We gather together each week as a Church Family to spend time together and welcome new people in a relaxed environment.
We love to spend time learning more about Jesus through practical biblical teaching, singing worship songs to God and meeting and allowing Him to powerfully impact our lives as we invite the Holy Spirit to meet with us.
What to expect
If you are visiting, we like to keep things simple and informal, so no need to dress up, just whatever you feel most comfortable in. Here is an idea of what to expect when you join us on a Sunday.
Going Green - Tea and Coffee
We serve complimentary tea and coffee before and after our service. If you are visiting us on a Sunday, please visit the welcome area to get a free reusable cup as we do not provide disposable cups. Please feel free to bring your own cup.
If you would like to get connected to Sutton Vineyard we would love you to fill out a Welcome Card. By completing a Welcome Card this helps us connect with you and keep you up-to-date with what’s happening in the life of the church.
You can fill out a Welcome Card on a Sunday at the Welcome Area or alternatively you can complete the form online by clicking here.
We would love you to join us at our next Welcome Meal. This is a relaxed, friendly, free lunch where you can meet some f the team, hear the journey of the church, find out how to get involved and make friends with other people who are new to Sutton Vineyard.
We believe that Children are part of our Church and we want them to grow in their faith just as much as the grown ups! Kids is a fun and exciting place for children to play, make friends and learn about Jesus.
We have age specific groups for babies right up to those in year 6. Children begins 10.15am, and Kids can be signed in at this time. Sign out closes at 10.30am.
We are passionate about seeing young people grow in a faith that lasts. it be on a Sunday morning alongside the main service, or on a Friday or Sunday evening, we offer something for all our teenagers in school years 7-13 and is a great space for us to build friendships and community, and grow and hang out together
Water into wine- a miracle and and a sign of the new and abundant joy that Jesus announces for all people. How will you respond to this joy that Jesus offers?
The talk is given by Sarah Webb.
John’s Gospel: The First Disciples - John 1: 35-51
Where the other gospels unpack the history, John unveils the mystery; where the others lay out a biographical account, John sets out a series of signs and patterns with the clear purpose of presenting the Jesus he knew. This account of the calling of the first disciples is chosen and included not just because it happened this way, but because there are patterns here - for all of us. Come and See!
John’s Gospel: The Word of God - John 1:1-18
The Logos, the For-always Christ, chooses to punch a hole through eternity and to dwell among us.
Find out why as Pete kicks of our new series in John's Gospel.
Immunity to Change: Are You Holding Yourself Back?
We all know that often when we decide to make changes in our lives, life and many things kick back against us. In Romans 7, Paul shows us how ultimately we are the biggest thing that pushes back against ourselves why we need to understand that.
John’s Gospel: The Baptism of Jesus - John 1:19-34
Jason continues our series on John's Gospel with his talk Unworthy?: The Key To Self Confidence as he looks at the baptism of Jesus.
John the Baptist discovered security in who was and profound identity that is available to us today.
Outside In: The Guaranteed Route to God Blessing You
Life makes us fear, and worry lack, and then protect, hold back and conserved. Yet Jesus shows us that we open the door to God blessing us, by doing the opposite.