Tuscaloosa Vineyard Community, Non-Denominational Church

Service Times: 9AM & 11AM

Frequently Asked Questions

It’s not uncommon to have question…lots of questions, when attending a church for the first time.


What are your services like?

Our services last 80-90 minutes and we believe it may be the best 80-90 minutes of your week. We will begin with high energy worship and invite everyone to sing out to God. After 25 minutes Jon Quitt, our pastor, will give a message out of the bible that will last anywhere from 30-40 minutes. There will be an opportunity for you to receive prayer at the end of the service.


What kind of church is Vineyard?

Vineyard is officially part of a network of churches called Vineyard (that makes sense!). We are a protestant, evangelical, contemporary church that believes the bible and conservative orthodoxy. Check out a comprehensive look at Vineyard USA.


What do I need to wear?

You’ll find everything from button downs and khakis to jeans and flip-flops. Come in what is comfortable for you, because Vineyard is not about what you look like or what you wear.


Do you have a midweek service?

Currently we do not have an adult midweek service. We have a variety of small groups that happen on Wednesday night and offer a children’s worship environment called KidJam and Vineyard Youth that corresponds with small group meetings.


What about my kids?

Here at Vineyard your children are a top priority. Our nurseries are clean, safe, and staffed with loving workers. We offer a dynamic children’s ministry called KidZone where your kids (birth-5th grade) will be loved and challenged to put their hope in God.


How can I meet other people?

There are several ways to meet new people at Vineyard. You can begin by coming to our Empowerment 101 class or by attending a small group.


How can I get involved in a small group?

Getting involved in a Small groups may be a little intimidating, but well worth your time. We offer dozens of opportunities for you to meet new friends, grow in your faith and encourage someone else.