We’re Glad You’re Here.
Sit back; settle in. Here's what you can expect from our service:

Worship - Worship is our response to our knowledge and experience of God. One way that we worship as a community is with music at the beginning of each service. We will worship God together. 

Teaching from the Bible - Our pastor will deliver a message, applying biblical truth to everyday life. You can listen or watch pervious messages here.
Hearing assistance is provided upon request at the Welcome Center.

Take notes from the sermon on our Duluth Vineyard App. Download for Apple or Android. 

Prayer - We offer an opportunity for you to receive prayer every single week for whatever needs you may have. During ministry time, you can receive prayer at the front of the auditorium. If you have trouble hearing, feel free to move out in the hall or to the back of the room.

Vineyard Kids & Student Ministries - Like Jesus, we love and welcome kids at the Duluth Vineyard! We have in-person and online options for your children.  

Learn more about Vineyard Kids opportunities here

Learn more about Student Ministries opportunities here

Connect Form - We’d love to get to know you! If you're new, fill out this form and come meet us at the welcome center to receive a coupon for a free fancy drink at our coffee bar and a download of some great music from our community.

Been around for a while? The connect form is a great way to let us know how we can pray for you, what your current needs are, and any questions or concerns you have.

Generosity - The Bible says that tithing is a reminder that God is the supplier of everything. It teaches us to always put God first in our lives. We offer multiple ways for you to generously support the work of God’s kingdom through this church. You can give below.

If you'd like to give securely via text, send a text message that includes @vcduluth, the amount you’d like to donate, and the hashtag duluthvineyard to the phone number 52014. (Example: @vcduluth $5 #duluthvineyard)

Expressing Compassion - Everyone is encouraged to participate in giving to the poor by dropping one dollar in the Poor Boxes every time you come through the door of the auditorium. Contributions are used to purchase food for the Duluth Vineyard’s, food shelf, Fruit of the Vine. Every dollar buys ten dollars worth of food through Second Harvest food bank. To donate online, go to duluthvineyard.org/give and choose Fruit of the Vine and other Compassion Ministries.

Upcoming Events

Fruit of the Vine Food Shelf

Saturday, December 10, 2022

Weekend Worship Service -In Person

Sunday, December 11, 2022

Weekend Worship Service -In Person

Sunday, December 11, 2022

Finals Relief Night

Sunday, December 11, 2022

Fruit of the Vine Food Shelf

Tuesday, December 13, 2022

Fruit of the Vine Food Shelf

Saturday, December 17, 2022

Weekend Worship Service -In Person

Sunday, December 18, 2022

Weekend Worship Service -In Person

Sunday, December 18, 2022

Areas to Serve

Vineyard Kids - Do you have a passion for children? We'd love to invite you to participate in our kids ministry. From hanging out in a classroom, to check-in, to story-telling and worship, we have many ways to be involved with helping the youngest in our community become forever friends with Jesus and develop a foundation of faith to impact their entire lives. Sound like fun? Please email our children's pastor, Becca Eastvold to find out how you can get plugged in.
Duluth Warming House - God is our example of compassion and living compassionate lives is one of Vineyard’s priorities. To live compassionate lives means we are willing to be present and suffer right alongside those who are lost, hurting, and in need. We have an opportunity this winter season to show the compassion of Jesus at the Duluth Warming Center, an emergency overnight drop in center for people experiencing homelessness. It operates for the six coldest months of the year and provided a life saving refuge for 554 people last winter. Volunteers are needed mornings and evenings to assist with cleaning, sorting donations, food service, and being a friendly and welcoming presence. There is a required one-hour volunteer orientation. If this is a ministry area that interests you please contact Barry Schull, Compassion Ministries Director and he will get you more information.

Additional Resources

If you have questions, concerns, or complaints, we’d love to talk. You can call us at 218-525-3462 or send an email to [email protected].




In-Person Services:

Arrowhead – Sundays at 9am & 11am
1533 W Arrowhead Rd. Duluth, MN 55811

Eastside – Sundays at 6:30pm
3833 E Superior St, Duluth, MN 55804

Online Services – Sundays at 9 & 11am

Office Hours:
Tuesday – Thursday 9am-5pm
Fridays from 9am-1pm

(218) 525-3462 · [email protected]