The Single Vine is an inviting community of single adults, ages 30 and older, who are:
No church affiliation is required to participate in Single Vine events; if you are single, you are welcome!
Tuesdays, 7:00-8:30 PM, MAC
The Gathering is the heart of our singles ministry where good friendships are made. Join us for fun fellowship, discussion, snacks, and study. The Gathering is the best way to get connected to the Single Vine.
On the fourth Tuesday of each month, we also enjoy eating a nice meal with friends before our study. Please bring a dish to contribute.
Saturday, December 13, 7:00 PM, MAC
Bring a wrapped white elephant gift (something nice you have, but just don’t want) and a holiday appetizer or dessert to share.
* Starred events are open to supervised children. Others are adults only.
This small group for single parents provides support, encouragement and motivation to raise kids with God as your partner. Click here for more information on Single & Parenting.
Find hope and healing in the midst of a separation or post-divorce. Click here for more information on DivorceCare.
Get your marriage off to the best possible start! Click here for more information on our premarital ministry.
If you're on our email list, then you already know that Joan Hoffmann, Community Life, Team Leader, has started sharing her thoughts each week as part of the weekly emails. Well now you can read all the entries!.
It is with a heavy heart that I share that our dear Bob Newcomb passed away Friday night. I just talked to a close friend of the family who wanted to be sure that everyone at Single Vine knew about Bob’s passing and how important Single Vine was to him...
This is how I began my message letting our Single Vine leaders know of the passing of our beloved Bob. If you never met Bob, you missed a real gem.
Quiet, humble, and on the shy side, he nonetheless made a point to shake my hand and greet me each night when he arrived and again when he left. It wasn’t long after Bob first came that a few of our guys invited him to one of our dances and offered to meet him there. He not only came, but when the sign-up sheets for serving at the next dance were put out, Bob was the first one to sign up to help. And from then on his name was always at the top of any volunteer list.
As we got to know Bob, we grew to love and appreciate him and his dedication. He was gracious, gentlemanly and considerate to a fault. We invited Bob to serve on a crew team, and he faithfully arrived early on his assigned Tuesday nights, putting out table cloths and preparing our snack and beverage tables with his team. He proudly wore his bright green Single Vine shirt when he served and eagerly offered to help. Bob was happy to be with us, and we were happy to be with him. We encouraged Bob, but more importantly, he encouraged us to be the family God intends.
When I think of Bob, I think of the beauty and diversity of the church. As we demonstrate love for each other, we glorify God himself. We’ll always recall Bob with fondness as we recall his place with us. We loved Bob and he loved us. How beautiful and glorifying is that?