Vineyard Columbus

★★★★☆
  • 6000 Cooper Rd

    Westerville, OH 43081

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  • 614-890-0000

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When home in Central Ohio, I look forward to the warmth and loved shared with friends and family on Sunday mornings. My experience at the Vineyard is always emotionally moving and deeply profound. Rich never fails to deliver a dynamic, encouraging and impassioned sermon.

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When home in Central Ohio, I look forward to the warmth and loved shared with friends and family on Sunday mornings. My experience at the Vineyard is always emotionally moving and deeply profound. Rich never fails to deliver a dynamic, encouraging and impassioned sermon.

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I believe Vineyard attempts to address areas of concern and tries to show acceptance in ways that many churches today won't even try to address. Perhaps it is because they believe they care they are willing to try, but often there is an arrogance and pride that can be belittling to those they "help". Worse is the belief that at a church with Vineyard's "accepting" reputation, one may find they are excluded from help, pushed out of support groups for any number of reasons or generally ignored with the emphasis placed on "what God is donig" as some kind of boundary. If Christians are "God's body" aren't we supposed to know Christians by their love. If a person comes to a church are they not seeking God and Christian help through others. If God uses people as servants is it not the responsibility of those people to sacrificially give to the rest of God's creation- and none of this has to do with dollar value. For the excellent biblical values, initial acceptance and wide range of needs Vineyard tries to meet there is an underlying pride that seems to take root in the leaders which can be abusive to the congregation when needy

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I believe Vineyard attempts to address areas of concern and tries to show acceptance in ways that many churches today won't even try to address. Perhaps it is because they believe they care they are willing to try, but often there is an arrogance and pride that can be belittling to those they "help". Worse is the belief that at a church with Vineyard's "accepting" reputation, one may find they are excluded from help, pushed out of support groups for any number of reasons or generally ignored with the emphasis placed on "what God is donig" as some kind of boundary. If Christians are "God's body" aren't we supposed to know Christians by their love. If a person comes to a church are they not seeking God and Christian help through others. If God uses people as servants is it not the responsibility of those people to sacrificially give to the rest of God's creation- and none of this has to do with dollar value. For the excellent biblical values, initial acceptance and wide range of needs Vineyard tries to meet there is an underlying pride that seems to take root in the leaders which can be abusive to the congregation when needy

Pros: good at big functions, accomodating for these, trying to tackle needs

Cons: use God as a boundary or shield for abusiveness at times

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I was drawn to Vineyard Church of Columbus by my older brother, who was actively involved. It is a great modern style church, with large services that encourage worship and praise in an open way.

The thing that makes Vineyard excellent for families is that it's very big and can afford the type of services that keep kids/teens involved. It also has an excellent young adults program.

I only moved on, because my brother left town and it was a bit too modern for my fiance.

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★★★★☆

I was drawn to Vineyard Church of Columbus by my older brother, who was actively involved. It is a great modern style church, with large services that encourage worship and praise in an open way.

The thing that makes Vineyard excellent for families is that it's very big and can afford the type of services that keep kids/teens involved. It also has an excellent young adults program.

I only moved on, because my brother left town and it was a bit too modern for my fiance.

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