Who Are We
Welcome To Vineyard Church Monrovia!
We are a group of believers who seek to live out our faith in a practical and meaningful way, by focusing on the needs of those around us and lifting up our voices in worship and prayer.
At our house church gatherings (in-person and online,) we focus on the power of prayer to transform lives and communities. We gather together regularly (via Zoom) to pray for one another, our community, and the world.
We believe that prayer is not just an individual activity, but a communal one, and we invite anyone who desires to be part of a supportive and prayerful community to join us.
Feeding the poor is also a key part of our mission as a house church. We believe that Jesus calls us to care for the most vulnerable members of our society, and we seek to live out this calling by providing food and support
to those in need - we do this every other week on Friday afternoons. We welcome anyone who has a heart for serving others to join us in this vital ministry.
Finally, worship is at the center of our community life. We believe that worship is not just a Sunday morning activity, but a way of life that permeates everything we do. Through singing, praying, and studying God's word together, we seek to deepen our relationship with God and with one another.
If you are looking for a smaller, more personal, and intimate worship context - or simply want to explore what it means to follow Jesus in a practical and tangible way, we invite you to join us at our small house church. We look forward to meeting you and sharing in the journey of faith together.
Pastor Rafael Gomez
Vineyard Church Monrovia
WE ARE HUMAN
As a group of people we are no different than any other randomly organized group. We deal with stress and jobs and family and all the things that make up life. We have insecurities, anxieties, and even doubts.
But we are called to something more. We are called to care for sick and hurt and broken people, the ones who society thinks are worthless. We are called to be more than our past, we are called to be different, a people on a mission from God.
We have genuine flaws, and we don’t hide from those flaws. Those flaws make us genuinely human, and our stories make us real. We know our flaws and our past. We are not perfect people we are a people on a journey to be more like Jesus Christ.