We invest at least 10 percent of all contributions to God's mission outside of our church fellowship. Approximately half of that money is invested in global ministry partnerships. We support several overseas special projects. The Mission Advisory Council (MAC)provides oversight of our missional vision and support through discerning strategies for our overall approach to missional life, stewardship of our designated financial resources for missional purposes, and providing relational and practical support for various partnerships and individuals involved in missions.
Global Training Network: Linus Morris trains Majority World (non-western) church planters, pastors and Christian leaders so that they can more effectively equip their congregations to evangelize and disciple their communities for Christ.
John, Rachel, Isaiah, and Ezekiel Snowden live in Kathmandu, Nepal. John is working to provide training and jobs to raise up Nepalis as leaders to address poverty in their own communities and to be involved in God’s kingdom.
Vineyard India Partnership Church Planting in India - We are committed to partnering with Indian national leaders as they plant Vineyard churches and participate in the expanding Kingdom work in that nation.
Mothrowala Vineyard Center: Sanjay Gurung, Pastor - This village church was planted from the Dehradun Vineyard, with whom we’ve enjoyed a relationship for years. Our focus of partnership is now on this village congregation and its plants.
Ethnos ASIA Ministries (EAM): Sonny L, EAM strengthens and serves the Body of Christ in persecuted nations in Asia through the training of national leaders and by providing Bibles. Assistance is given to pastors & the families of imprisoned & martyred pastors. Marion Wu leads yearly teams to encourage the believers in Asia by providing Bibles, conducting children’s and medical outreaches. A pastor also goes to teach church leaders.