Sunday Services from Vineyard Anaheim
The story of Vineyard Anaheim has always been one of joining with the story of God, following where He leads and pursuing His presence. We are a community with a rich history in renewal and with a destiny to bring life to the city. Listen to our Sunday sermons here.
Kathryn shares on a Christmas that looks like Jesus – for whom powerful, redemptive kindness is normal, and who is always leaning into our lives.
This week, we shared a fireside chat with some from our team who carry a heart for where we are heading as a community.
Alan and Lambert share on the start of a movement of compassion at the core of who we are becoming.
As we continue our series on compassion, Jesus is leading us to release into the city dreams of compassion that we have held onto for years. Our one dream could impact thousands upon thousands of people.
Jesus' compassion is always going further, always at the vanishing point. We are pressing in to become like Him in His limitless compassion.
Alan shares this week on repositioning our heart for hunger – an awakened appetite and a yearning after God.
This week Jeremy Riddle shares on how we get to the fear of the Lord by dealing with the division in our hearts – the purity of hearts on fire, set on one thing.
This week, Alan shares on ways we can reposition for repentance, as we long to become a community of contrite hearts.
In this talk from our Encounter More conference, Alan shares on setting aside the creation of god in our own image, and longing instead for the One who longs for us.
As God looks over the earth, what does He search for in the heart of His people? Today, Alan explores contrition.