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We are a relational church;

living to follow Jesus,

growing in Him,

serving as He served,

and on mission together

in our communities. 

 We welcome you to join us, Sundays 10am

Our small groups and student ministry are active.
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A Little Remodeling

We will update the photo to a nicer view come Spring.

To assure people that we haven't moved, here is a photo of the improvements we've been doing to the building. Why the new name you ask? We, the fellowship, are reminding ourselves that the church is not a building, it is the people. We are not changing our name from VCF, just assigning a name to the building to make it easier to refer to for outreach groups, partnering churches we have relationships with, and future ministries. This is an exciting step forward into being on mission together. Thank you to the Plumbline Home Restoration team and all those who contributed to financing the project, bless you.

“Peace be with you! As the Father has sent me, 

I am sending you.”

~ John 20:21

Recent Series

See below for a recap of our recent series to follow our journey as a local body.

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When You Pray (_)


A closer look at posture, intercession, and other topics as we explore prayer.

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Hearing God (6)


A foundational equipping course to provide every believer with confidence that they can hear God speak to them.

The Word That Lives (4)


Scripture: the Word of God.

Heroes of the Faith (8)


Men and Women commended for their faith in God;
Hebrews 11.

Witnesses (11)


What it means to be witnesses of the Gospel.

First Things First (12)


Building momentum in the right direction; our spiritual habits.

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VCF DNA (10)


Stories Worth Sharing (12)


Rooted In Christ (8)


Our values as a local body, Vernon Christian Fellowship.

Stories from Jesus' life on Earth.

Growing deep roots in Christ and strong branches in our community.

Big Heart, Big Plans (9)


God's big heart and how to share God's big heart.

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"Multiply: Extraordinary Growth Through Ordinary People."

How do we see our community reached with the Gospel? Is it possible to see extraordinary growth like the Early Church did? Can ordinary people like you and I be part of God’s plans for this world? In this highly interactive and practical course we will look at questions like these as we seek to join God in His work of loving and saving all people.


October 13 - November 24.

This course has finished.


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