• Second Breakfast

    Second Breakfast – Sunday, October 13  will be the next breakfast-centred service during the main service. Starting at 10:30 a light breakfast of bagels and muffins will be served and all are welcome! After breakfast, we’ll stay around tables for some input and interaction. (Children will head upstairs after the breakfast time.) We’re hoping that this becomes a fun and creative way to get to know each other more on Sunday mornings and to learn and get inspired in new ways

  • Upcoming Events

    1. Broader Community

      September 8 - December 31
    2. The Gathering

      September 21 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
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    Date/Time
    Date(s) - 31/12/2018 - 31/12/2019
    12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

    Location
    St. Croix Vineyard Cafe

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    Prayer Room Brochure

    Healing & Prayer Room

    At the St. Croix Vineyard upstairs in the Café 12:30 pm Sundays

    What is the Healing & Prayer Room About?

    The purpose of the healing & prayer room is to provide a safe place for people seeking something from God, whether it is healing or otherwise.

     

    What to expect

    •   To be listened to by caring people who will offer prayers
    •   Two others will be present, at a minimum
    •   What you share is confidential unless there is an indication of danger to self or others
    •   To be asked how you would like to be prayed forWhat not to expect  Counselling on personal issues  Pressure to contrive a spiritualexperience  Long religious prayers  Guarantees on the result you seek  Advice contrary to medical professionals
    • Where/when will this be taking place?

      •   Upstairs in the café at the St. Croix Vineyard, 3232 Victoria Street, St. Stephen, NB
      •   12:30 PM on most Sundays unless there is not enough people available to pray (2 minimum).Interested in helping the prayer room?Contact UsAlex Henderson 506-321-1884

        ”You can’t learn how to heal the sick by reading a book or mastering a technique. You believe what Jesus promised and then you get out and do it .” – John Wimber