Bishops Stortford Vineyard Church
Welcome to the Bishop's Stortford Vineyard website. We are a Christian church affiliated to Vineyard Churches UK.
We meet at 10am at Bishop's Stortford College, Hadham Road, Bishop’s Stortford, CM23 2QY, in the Ferguson building to the right of the Memorial Chapel. We have 30 minutes of chatting, pastries and coffee, and the service and Children's Ministry start at 10:30am. We worship together, often have communion and then someone brings a talk from the bible, finishing at 12pm.
Please have a look around the website and contact us if you have any questions.
We value children and want church to be an amazing experience for them.
We run a Crèche and Children’s Church and our vision is that children have fun, learn about Jesus and experience God’s love themselves. We include worship, bible stories, games, snacks and prayer times as part of our children’s ministry.
Outside of Sunday mornings, we have parties and celebrations throughout the year, which involve food, craft, games and bouncy castles.
Tots Together is a group for parents or carers to bring babies and toddlers. It is a friendly and welcoming group, where a cup of tea awaits your arrival. There are toys, crafts, a snack time and singing.
It it is run by a group of ladies from BSV church and the Methodist church.
Tots Together meets Fridays from 9.45am-11.15am at the Methodist Church hall.
For more informtation please contact Jennie Franklin
Bishop’s Stortford Vineyard Church has a great men’s ministry called ‘The Yard’ which is run by Roy Chisnall. The Yard is a bunch of normal blokes who like to hang out, do sport, drink beer and talk about life and stuff that counts.
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At BSV we want to contribute to serving the local community; we are currently supporting the foodbank in Bishop’s Stortford and the local YMCA.
As a church we value marriage and want to support couples in preparing for marriage and in being married. Chris and Ginny currently run regular marriage courses, currently using material by Mark Gungor ('Laugh Your Way to a Better Marriage')