WelcomeWe don't care how you're dressed, how many tattoos you have, or what candidate you voted for. We're a church full of broken, imperfect people with every kind of story imaginable, and we're saving a seat for you! What to expect
A safe place to explore…
You belong here! The Vineyard is a safe place for you to explore what it means to follow Jesus and learn about the kingdom of God with other people just like you! Our church is full of people from all walks of life who have many of the same questions you have!
Followers of Jesus have gathered together to sing, pray, read Scripture, and encourage one another for nearly 2,000 years. At the Vineyard, we do this during our three weekly services as well as in other spaces such as Core Groups, etc.
While we all “come as we are,” in the space of worship, we believe that the Holy Spirit is changing each of us to become more like Jesus. The Kingdom of God influences every area of our lives and we grow in each area, though often at different paces!
As we receive from God and his gracious love, we are invited to participate in God’s kingdom to love the world around us! After all, the church is the only organization that exists for the sake of its non-members! So we give of our time, energy, and finances to serve those in need!
We’d love for you to join us!
Latest From Our Blog
This blog piece is part one of what will be an ongoing, monthly series at Vineyard Missions, as we journey with Red Bluff Vineyard in their process of discerning the specifics of their global missions engagement. Stay tuned for future installments. Vineyard Missions...
Growing up, I always went to Sunday School and Vacation Bible School (Christ Lutheran Church in Monterey Park, CA). I finally got old enough to join the church choir and the high school youth group! I just loved everything about growing up in the church. I loved...
On Sunday, I shared a message addressing the question, "Is Christianity oppressive to women?" Take a listen by clicking "play" above or go here and download it. My conclusion is that, yes, sometimes Christianity has been oppressive to women and has marginalized...
Why do we exist?
Our mission is to know Jesus and make Him known, which leads to our vision of changing the world, beginning here in Red Bluff!
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+(530) 527 2449
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738 Walnut St.
Red Bluff, CA 96080