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We are a church that reaches out to the community around us! How we serve changes as the needs of our community changes. 

It’s challenging to reach out with God’s love while we are shut in, but it’s not impossible.

Here are some ideas that might inspire you. Whatever you do, we’d love it if you would take a picture or video while you’re doing it and post it on a social channel with #miamivineyard.

Sewing facemasks for those at-risk

We have an opportunity to help those who are especially vulnerable to the coronavirus by sewing facemasks, which will be distributed by the Miami Rescue Mission to those in need.

If you would like to help with this project, please connect with our Outreach Team by sending a message to [email protected].

Download the pattern

On The Livestream

These are frightening times for people, and we believe that many are looking for answers and hope. At the Vineyard, we believe that Jesus is our hope, and we have been sent to partner with God as agents of hope. Call us “Hope Dealers!” We believe that during times like these, people are more inclined to talk about God. This weekend, more people will be in their own homes than any other weekend.

Here’s how you can help us bring the message of hope:

  • While watching a livestream on our website, use the “share” buttons to share our service with a friend or two. If you prefer Facebook live, share the livestream from there.
  • If you are not on social media, email or text out the links on our home page to let people know about our weekend service livestreams.
  • If you have coworkers or neighbors who are alone, invite them over for the livestream gathering. Remember to keep your gathering to 10 people or less.
  • Be prayerful about how God can use you during this time to share the hope of Jesus. The Spirit of the living God resides in you, now is the time to allow God’s light to illuminate.


Care for the Vulnerable

We have begun reaching out (via phone call & text) to the many people who call Miami Vineyard home. Many of our pastors and leaders are reaching out to our church family on an ongoing basis. But we would like to invite those who are able to help us support the vulnerable during this time.

Would you be willing to help care for the vulnerable by running errands, getting groceries, and picking up prescriptions? If so can help, you can email us at [email protected].