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Our Mission:

Equipping people, Building relationships, Bringing hope to a hurting world

Welcome!

We are the Vineyard Church of the Peninsula, currently meeting via Zoom, as well as in person once per month. We are happy to be in Hampton Roads as members of the growing Community of Churches called ‘Vineyard’ across the US and beyond. As a church of families, we like to celebrate the life Jesus has given us. Ours is a contemporary, non-stuffy manner when we meet on Sundays at 10 AM. You’ll find normal people sipping caffeine and munching on some kind of donut or other similar nutrition source. We try to focus on making our 21st Century lives work with The Bible as a ‘Life Bible’. We pray, teach and encourage. And we like each other, often hanging around long after our meeting time is over when we meet in person. Whether you just moved to Hampton Roads, got transferred here, have lived here forever, or are just vacationing here, we’re always excited to include new folks in our family. So, the welcome is sincere. Drop us a line if you’d like to join us!

This Week’s Message

Oozers of Hope

November 27, 2022
God, in His infinite mercy, has unfailingly provided abundant doses of hope to his often-erring, wayward, distracted people, through the voices of His attentive, obedient servants.  Even the bleakest of times…

Meeting Sundays

In Person

and on Zoom

at 10:00 am

Where We Meet 

Our hybrid services meet weekly in person, as well as via Zoom.

We meet in the larger conference room at the WorkPlace, in Newport News, located at:

733 Thimble Shoals Boulevard
Newport News, VA 23606

If you are interested in joining us on Sunday mornings at 10 am on Zoom, please send us an email and we will send you the link.

A Note From Pastor Don

We’re glad you’re here!

We’re glad you’re here!

Flying into the Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport recently, the typical ho-hum taxiing to the gate lit up an adventure in my imagination. As we drew closer to the terminal, it struck me that, on the...

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Don’t Muddy the Waters

Don’t Muddy the Waters

Blue. MacKenzie. Torch. Crater. Tahoe. According to some online sleuthing, these are the names of the world’s top five clearest lakes whose underwater visibilities range from a maximum of 249 feet...

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The Primary Source

The Primary Source

I don’t know if you’ve noticed in you’re reading of the Bible, but God never pretties up the gritty, stark reality in the lives of his people. The scandalous and outrageous and cringeworthy are all...

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People of the Story

People of the Story

Me: Hey Steve, I have an idea for your next film. Mr. Spielberg: Who is this?Me: You don’t know me, but, as I was saying, I’ve got a fantastic idea! Mr. Spielberg: I’m busy...

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One word at a time

One word at a time

How fond are you of statistics? For me, after two or three pie charts or percentages, my head starts spinning and the numbers blur. So, just one set for today: ‘How many words are there in the...

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Not the bench press type

Not the bench press type

It was just a quippy puzzle in a newspaper, but a voice, familiar and non-judgmental, challenged me to take a closer look at my solved riddle. It read something like this: ‘What do you call people...

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