Services at Poole Vineyard

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We would love to see you at one of our services and always welcome visitors.

At present, we are changing the way we meet in person on Sunday so please keep an eye our Facebook page and the website calendar for dates.

 Search for 'Poole Vineyard' on Youtube to watch our previously recorded lockdown services or email us at poolevineyard@gmail.com to receive information about our current meeting schedule.   

1st Sunday of the month:

Our meetings are informal and exciting! We serve refreshments from 10:00 and begin our meeting at 10:30. We tend to begin with sung worship before moving on to a talk. We have a flexible structure and are happy to mix up the way we do things, being led by what the Spirit wants us to do during our time together. We want everyone to feel they can join in and participate and are happy for people to share in our gatherings if they feel God has given them a word or picture. 

Kids church operates on this week and they go out during worship to their own space where they worship have fun and do various led activities.

3rd Sunday:

On the third Sunday of each month, we host our Cafe Communion. This is a great opportunity to grab a bacon roll or a sausage sandwich and socialise and get to know each other better. Then we will have a short all age communion service. Everyone is welcome to join in, from the very youngest to the oldest. 

 (Please see our CALENDAR or FACEBOOK page for any changes or special services we put on).

In the evening of the fourth Sunday of each month, we have our Encounter evening service, starting at 7.30pm.

The busyness of life can make it difficult to slow down and reflect. Encounter is our monthly opportunity to make time to intentionally seek God's intimate presence, to meditate, listen and bring whatever is on our hearts to Him. We are also open to hearing what God is speaking to us or calling us to; this may be as individuals, a church or even wider than this. Encounter creates a space for us to be open and available for the Spirit to work, not restricting God to our own agendas.