The Almont Vineyard Church is a Christ centered community of believers empowered by the Holy Spirit to build God’s Kingdom. We use the acronym BUILD to represent:
- Being doers of God’s word, faith in action
- Upholding Jesus’ commission, reaching out to those in need
- Involving and empowering people to serve, using their gifts and abilities
- Loving all people, as Christ loves us
- Discipling and equipping people, in all areas of life
Below are some basic statements describing what we believe at the Almont Vineyard Church. If you’re interested in reading more you can click the link to download a brochure with more details.
The Bible is inspired by God, reveals who God is, and is trustworthy and authoritative. For more information read this brochure – The Bible (PDF)
The Holy Spirit is the felt presence of the invisible God. You can experience the Holy Spirit in your life. For practical suggestions on how to do this and more information, read this brochure – The Holy Spirit (PDF)
Baptism is a public profession of your faith and commitment to Jesus as Lord. To find out more, read this brochure – Baptism (PDF)
If you’re a New Christian, there are several key things you can do to grow closer to God. Read the bible and spend time in prayer every day. Stay in close relationship with other Christians. Share Jesus with others. To learn how to get started in these basic disciplines, read this brochure – New Christian (PDF)
You can have a deeply fulfilling, real Relationship with God that brings holiness and contentment. You can begin this relationship today through belief in Jesus and His death on the cross for you. To learn more, read this brochure – Relating with God (PDF)
Small Groups are a great place to get connected; to God, to each other and to our community. To find out more about why we value Small Groups and what to expect when you attend one, read this brochure – Small Groups (PDF)
During Worship we seek an encounter with God. We worship our Lord with music in order to praise him, seek him, and express our joy and thankfulness for who he is and what he had done. To find out more about how and why we worship, read this brochure – Worship (PDF)
The Bible is our final authority in matters of faith and practice. Our Statement of Faith expresses what we believe and how we are to live out that faith. To read what we believe, read this brochure – Statement of Faith (PDF)
Our Motto at the AVC is Jesus’ motto: It’s not what you’ve done in the past, but what you’re going to do in the future.