Last updated 3/20/20 at 11:00 AM
Beginning Friday, March 20, our offices will be closed to love and protect our staff and community. You can still get in contact with us with any questions or needs at 218-525-3462 or [email protected]
At this time, our events are being postponed or will be happening online. To find out about a specific event, go to
Many of our Small Groups are meeting in new formats or are temporarily canceled. To find out if and how your small group is meeting, please contact your small group leader. 
The Fruit of the Vine Food Shelf is still open to anyone in the community Tuesdays from 6-8pm and Saturdays from 9:30-11:30am by drive-through or walk-up at this time. 
Again,If you have any questions, feel free to call the office at 218-525-3462.

Last updated 3/13/20 at 2:36 PM


Going Online to Love Our Community

Beginning this weekend, Saturday, March 14 and Sunday, March 15, the Duluth Vineyard will be meeting exclusively online for worship services. To love and protect the most vulnerable in our Midwest community, we will not be hosting our services at our physical locations through at least Sunday, April 5. We welcome you to join us online at Our Sunday, March 15 Unchained service is also canceled.

As of now, we’ll continue our mid-week events and small groups as scheduled and our Fruit of the Vine Foodshelf will remain open to serve those in need. We will continue to post updated information on social media and our website.

Why We Are Glad To Go Online?

As followers of Jesus, we are to Love God and Love People. Going online allows us to love people, including people we don’t know and who don’t come to the Vineyard. We will intentionally inconvenience ourselves and make this sacrifice for others because that is the Way of Jesus.

Our hope is to help “flatten the curve,” in an effort to save the lives of those most vulnerable amongst us and supporting our local medical professionals and systems. While difficult, it is best to take the necessary steps now to avoid the possibility of far more catastrophic consequences later.

Keep Our Eyes on Jesus

This is a stressful time and it’s natural to feel that stress. Jesus said, “In this world you will have trouble.”  But he also said, “Take heart! I have overcome the world.” In this difficult time, the God that has overcome the world can give us the peace and comfort we need. Go to Jesus. Please take some time at home (praying, reading your Bible, meditating, etc.) to experience the love of God. It is so good.

We will continue to closely follow local and state guidelines and will post updates daily on this webpage as the situation changes.
For any event or scheduling changes, please check back here or follow us on our Facebook page.

Updated 3/12/20 at 1:46 PM

The Senior Leadership Team of the Duluth Vineyard is monitoring COVID-19. We have increased the cleaning of our facilities as a precautionary measure and are monitoring this rapidly evolving situation closely. We're closely following local and state guidelines and will post updates daily on this webpage as the situation changes.

At this time, we're continuing to meet as planned for all worship services and events, and our building is open as regularly scheduled.

For any event or scheduling changes, please check back here or at our website.