Across the U.S. Vineyard churches, diverse in shape and size, are impacting the world for the glory of God and the well-being of people. This is our story.
Join Vineyard churches across the U.S. as we seek the Holy Spirit together through this 6-week series beginning after Easter & leading-up to Pentecost Sunday on May 28.
A conference for the entire family July 31 - Aug 3 just outside Asheville, NC with focus on evangelism, church planting, and global missions.
Starting on February 3, free practical training on how to practice Kingian nonviolence -- justice walking hand in hand with the teachings of Jesus.
Join us starting Sunday, November 27 for daily prayers & reflections, with Scripture, guided art meditations, and songs designed to provide space for connection with God as we prepare for Christmas.
Vineyard churches across the United States, diverse in shape and size, are impacting the world for the glory of God and the well-being of people. This is our story.
National Director, Jay Pathak, shares every 100 days on what's in the forefront at Vineyard USA. Jay shares highlights of the newly appointed National Team’s work together and focus for the next 100 days and beyond.
In the book of James it says, peacemakers who sow in peace, reap a harvest of righteousness. In times of war, the Vineyard is called to pray and act for peace. We have a practical opportunity to sow seeds of peace through strategic financial giving with our new fund for Ukraine.
The new year begins with new changes across our Vineyard family of churches. After hours of prayer, staring at the map, and communication with so many Vineyard pastors, we are excited to share the finalized new map of our nine new regions.
In this episode of We Are Vineyard, Jay talks with Ranjo Clements about traveling from Bombay, India to the US with his parents at age 5, the disconnect he felt moving back as a young teenager, and his experience of re-learning how to be Indian. They discuss some cultural values and norms that are strengths, and others that require navigation in a mixed-culture environment. Ranjo shares about the life events that led him to taking diversity issues seriously, some of the challenges and benefits he has found in being a part of the Vineyard, and what he finds valuable about Vineyard USA Associations.
Ranjo joined the Vineyard in 2013. Although originally from India, he is a card-carrying “third culture kid,” having spent multiple stints in India and the US. He is passionate about equipping worship leaders, building multiethnic communities, and creating “safe spaces” where people encounter God and operate in their gifting. Ranjo served as a worship pastor in India before returning to the US in 2008 to pursue an M.Div. in worship studies at Asbury Theological Seminary (ATS). He has since served as Associate Pastor at GCF Vineyard in Wilmore, KY, and is on the core team for Vineyard USA’s AAPI association. He is also pursuing a Ph.D. in Asian American studies at ATS. His research interests include Asian American identity and theology, worship, ethnodoxology, and missiology. Ranjo and his wife, Aletha, have five beautiful daughters. They love hosting people, singing, sharing stories, laughing, and eating all kinds of ethnic food, especially spicy food.
2023 VUSA National Conference “Making All Things New”
Learning Our Names by Sabrina S. Chan, Linson Daniel, E. David de Leon, and La Thao
Ridgecrest, NC | July 31 - Aug 3, 2023
A conference for the entire family — adults, kids, & teenagers — just outside Asheville, NC with focus on evangelism, church planting, and global missions.
More than forty years ago, God gave the Vineyard a gift to steward. It was a gift rooted in a powerful vision of what church could be like with Jesus’s theology and practice of the already and not-yet Kingdom of God at its center.