Potluck Picnic

Greenleaf’s multi-ethnicity team invites you to join them for a potluck picnic after church on August 19th! All are welcome. We want to celebrate everyone’s heritage by asking you to bring your favorite dish growing up! Let’s appreciate our diversity, rejoice in our unity, and live like family.

Greenleaf Pool Party

What says Summer more than a POOL PARTY? Join in on the fun with our second Summer Connections family event–this is fun for the Greenleaf family of all ages! Come dressed for fun in the pool. Bring your towel, a chair, and a snack to share! RSVP at greenleafvineyard.com/pool

Better Together (May)

Our next Multi-Ethnicity Team meeting is on Thursday May 17th from 7:30-9:30pm at Greenleaf Vineyard Church. We welcome all people from the community, even if it’s their first time.  We will view a sermon entitled “Vineyard Origins: Hindrances to Multiethnicity in Our Movement,” by Rich Nathan. Come and gain perspective on Vineyard’s history and how …

Bring a Picnic Basket Lunch

Bring a Picnic Basket Lunch

Kick-Off our Summer Connections with a friendly shared picnic! BYOB (bring your own basket and blanket) on Sunday, May 20th and Live Like Family. After church, we’ll get the yard games out and eat and play together.

Ladies’ Night Out: Escape Room

Greenleaf ladies, come out for a challenging escape room adventure! NC Escape, May 8, 7:20PM – 8:40PM. Cost is $20/person and the fee is due by no later than Sunday, May 6. Limit of 10 ladies. Contact Terri Gengler if interested.

Better Together (April)

Join us! Our next Multi-Ethnicity Team Meeting is on Thursday April 19th from 7-9pm at Greenleaf Vineyard Church. All people from the community are invited. We will view a talk entitled “The Power of One,” by Dr. Korie Edwards. Come and join the discussion on power inequalities and what we can do about them.  Child …

Why Does it Matter That Jesus Rose from the Dead?

“Why does it matter that Jesus rose from the dead?” Great question. One could argue this has been one of the great questions of the past two-thousand years. And not without reason–well, two good reasons: First, it’s rather preposterous, if you think about; and yet, second, it’s the cornerstone of the Christian faith. It’s almost …

Good Friday at the Forest Theatre

A community gathering lead by many churches together to remember the full weight of Good Friday, at Forest Theatre. We will share in song, a time of teaching and Holy Communion as we look to the Cross of Jesus. Remembering His death and three days in the grave, we prepare our hearts and our lives …

Stations of the Cross & Kids Movie Night

STATIONS OF THE CROSS An evening following the final footsteps of Jesus. Join us for a contemplative service of music, readings, and prayer as we prepare our hearts for Good Friday. Tuesday, March 27, from 7-8pm KIDS MOVIE NIGHT In the last week before his death, Jesus celebrated Passover with his disciples. We call this …

Better Together (March)

Greenleaf’s Multi-Ethnicity Team warmly invites everyone (in and outside of the church) to our next meeting on Thursday, March 15th from 7-9pm. We will view a talk entitled “Race Economics,” by Dr. Michael Emerson, the author of Divided by Faith. Please join us in learning more about the social disparities that affect our local and …