CommonHouse Vineyard Family & Friends,
To honor the guidance set forth by the CDC and WHO to practice social distancing, we as a church have decided to gather together virtually for the foreseeable future until the current coronavirus pandemic is no longer a threat to the health
and welfare of our community.
Change can and will be challenging, especially when it affects a number of our established practices. As a word of caution, learning to adjust and grow with this new way of gathering may and will feel clunky at times, take faith in us as a community and in God that we will do well in adapting to this practice.
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A PRACTICING COMMUNITY
CommonHouse Vineyard Christian Fellowship is a church-plant located in Woodinville, Washington.
We are a group of people who share a faith and a love for God and His word.
We believe it's not just enough to learn about God. But a full life in the Spirit,
consists of regularly practicing our faith with the gifts God has given us to serve
His church and those in the communities where we work and play.
We believe that worship is an “active” practice and central to our life, experience, and communion with God. Whether we are singing songs to Him, serving the poor, or gazing out at a beautiful sunset, we recognize that worship encompasses our whole life and whole being in the praise and celebration of God’s extravagant
love and goodness.
We have the regular practice of sharing a meal together as part of our Sunday Gathering. This gives us opportunity within community to share thoughts, experiences, and emotions. But even more important, it is the way in which we can collectively maintain
necessary social relationships.
We believe God loves all people. It is our practice to be listening and responding to those in need of hope and encouragement through prayer, as well as, our time, gifts, talents, and resources. Prayer and ministry is core to the health and longevity of our community, where we can visibly observe and tangibly experience
the practical and relational
expressions of God’s love.