This year's Metanoia event for the Atlantic, Quebec, and Ontario regions will be held on Oct 4-5 in Cambridge, ON. Our theme this year is "Human Flourishing." Keep an eye out for more information soon!
This year's Metanoia event for the Prairie and BC regions will be held on Sept 27-28 in Calgary, AB. Our theme this year is "Human Flourishing." Keep an eye out for more information soon!
New possibilities are emerging for real strength and forward momentum in the Vineyard in Canada! We are initiating a "Foundations Team" to increase organizational health and to better enable David & Anita Ruis' leadership as our National Directors. The "Foundations Team" will be made up of some of our seasoned Vineyard leaders.
Watch the 3 minute video below to hear our vision for the Foundations Team... more
Since 2003 the Canadian Vineyard family has gathered together every year to simply seek the face of the Lord and worship Him. Come join us this year and take the opportunity to devote two days for this very purpose.
Go to http://www.vineyardsummit.ca for more information and to register!
Recorded Wednesday morning, July 25th, in the beautiful St. Jax church, downtown Montreal. Rohadi Nagassar facilitates an engaging and wide ranging dialogue about Kingdom and Community with panelists Dawn Humphreys, Drew Hart, Rick Bergen and Sukit Wangtechawat.
Sarah Bessey speaks to us at Portage, our Vineyard Canada National Gathering hosted in Montreal this past summer. Sarah leads us through a fresh exploration of the intentions, dreams and trajectory of the Kingdom.
Listen as Drew Hart speaks to us at Portage, our Vineyard Canada National Gathering hosted in Montreal this past summer. Here he speaks to the multi-layered conversation surrounding Kingdom, Empire and the Lordship of Jesus in our day.
Many of us associate sacred space with a religious site or a church, but in reality, it can be any place in which we encounter the Spirit of Jesus, any place that is set apart by and for the presence of God. A bush in the back side of the wilderness became a sacred space when it caught fire; its unusual flame attracted Moses to a missional encounter with YHWH. The muddy water of the Jordan River became a... more
Some reflections on what happens when the Church seeks first the Kingdom, on where the Vineyard has been, and where the Spirit is leading us. July 25, 2018, at Portage, the 2018 Vineyard Canada National Gathering, in Montréal.
Jesus gave me a gift today.
A beautiful gift.
I met Kareem.
It's certainly been a full week and a bit. Certainly blew me out of any social media presence as I've been pretty focused on serving with our amazing team of Vineyardites who were the blood and guts in pulling off our Canadian #VTribe National Celebration here in Montreal. Amazing time. My people. My home. Much to unpack about that later, and... more
We find ourselves in a time of social and cultural upheaval, where "hidden things are coming to light" and movements like #MeToo, #BlackLivesMatter, #IdleNoMore and LGBTQ equality are challenging traditional power structures and ways of thinking. In such seasons, it is easy to polarize along lines of "us and them" and treat people with different views as adversaries. Unfortunately, churches sometimes... more
This past weekend, Vineyard Montreal completed hosting the second module (of five) in the School of Mercy and Justice. Since this is the pilot year for this school, we didn't quite know what to expect. I am happy to report that thus far it has been a rich learning experience for all involved. The school's content encourages people to explore their own spiritual journey and, in doing so, become better... more