** Every Sunday but the 4th Sunday of each month we get together for a church service at World Vision House from 10.15 AM for a free breakfast and coffee and a 10.30 AM start – we’d love to see you there. On these 4th Sundays there will be no meeting at World Vision as the church leaves the building! We call these Sundays the ‘Big Weekend’ and go out into our city and communities to serve and share the love of Jesus through various projects, events and activities such as HOTS (Healing on the Streets), a free meal for those in need, socials, neighbouring and GUV Love community action. For more information about all this and these weekends, what’s happening where and when and how you can get involved. Please go to the Diary Page where you can find out further details or email us at: email@example.com or call 01908 233 725. **
Welcome to the Grand Union Vineyard website.
This is our little slice of cyber space, thanks for stopping by. Whether you’re checking us out for the first time or already part of the church, these pages include everything you need to know about us, our vision and values, how you can get involved, who we are and what’s going on via our diary page.
We hope that all the info you need is on the site, but if you want to get in touch please don’t hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office on 01908 310528.
Grand Union Vineyard church is a group of ordinary (but beautiful!) people journeying together to understand more of what it means to commit our whole lives to Jesus Christ and practically show love and compassion within our community.
We are a place where everyone is welcome and in the words of Nirvana, ‘come as you are’ whether you’re curious or convinced, disillusioned or envisioned, hurting or life’s feeling pretty good, we’d love to see you.
We have a Facebook page (like every other organisation known to man) which is kept up-to-date with the latest church news, events and general musings! We would also encourage you to visit The Hub, a place where anyone can come, offer their opinion, suggest resources for further study, and most importantly ask questions.
Why the name Grand Union? Well for us it not only reflects the amazing, deep, life changing and personal ‘Grand Union’ relationship we can all have with God, but is also inspired by the Grand Union canal, which weaves through the heart of the city and surrounding countryside connecting our communities…
Finally, this website is going to have a wee makeover in the next few months in order to ensure it contains even more of the key info, news and resources we think would be helpful, so watch this space!
Gareth and Andi Russell