Aaron Blue leads the Charis Project in Mae Sot, Thailand, which is on the border of Myanmar. Aaron is part of our Vineyard family in Thailand. He and his team have been working tirelessly to help with the flooding that occured in July 2018 in Myanmar (Burma). Please watch the 3 minute video.
The 2000 people mentioned in the video are a mixed group of people hated by the Myanmar government and... more
We have just had a fantastic week in Montreal with Vineyard Canada, with strong participation with our international friends. Having been involved in Africa for 13 years now, we continue to see the open door of partnership with our Vineyards in Canada. Right now we have 2 official partnerships there, one with the Vineyard in Rwanda, and one in Burundi. Antoine and Florence lead the churches in... more
Jeff, an engineer, grew up in a Buddhist home in Thailand. He became a seclusive and quiet young man, due to his home situation. Education was his way out of the chaos of his home life. As an adult, through relationship with some missionaries Jeff encountered Jesus and He changed his life. Today Jeff and his wife Tida run the Yindee Coffee house in Rayong, Thailand, which also serves as the home... more
The village of Muyange is developing into a more affluent neighbourhood and land is being swallowed up quickly. Opportunity has arisen for the ministry to purchase two adjoining pieces of land which would allow proper vehicle access to the church building as well as the necessary space for the expanding ministry. The reality is that once this land is taken... more
The New Dawn Vineyard in Bangkok,Thailand secured a location in the middle of Kloney Toey (the largest slum in Bangkok) in 2007. A team lived in the KT area in a smaller facility for the previous 7 years. The renovated 5 story facility, with financial help from the Canadian Vineyards, held a gathering place and kitchen on the first floor and rooms for music classes and English classes on the 2nd... more
Chumpoo (pronounced Chum – poo) lived in Kloney Toey, the largest slum in Bangkok Thailand, when the vineyard team first met her. Over 100,000 squatters live in squalor in Kloney Toey; an area between the freeway and the Chao Phraya, a major river in Bangkok. Together, with her adult daughter, Chumpoo found herself caught up in the lifestyle of addiction. Her daily routine orbited around her drug... more
They live in Northern India on the outskirts of Dehradun. For centuries, as a people, they found their livelihood in snake charming. You may have seen them featured on the pages of National Geographic. Walking the streets of India I have witnessed their magic. They carry their snakes in baskets and wow their onlookers with their imaginative control over this ever so crafty creature. It is a sight to... more
Patrick, Valerie , Joel and Brendan Finnerty set out in 2006 to take up the challenge of spreading the Vineyard Movement into Rwanda. Their hearts had been set toward crosscultural work and they carried a vision for the refugee community of Rwandan people they had come to know in Uganda. The Halifax Metro Vineyard scoped out the land with them and sent them on their way with much hope and little... more
Welcome to Casa de Luz!
Headed by the Abbotsford Vineyard in B.C.
We are a gospel-centered, community based ministry in Primo Tapia, Mexico. Our work includes a Children's Centre, focused on supporting single and impoverished families in Primo Tapia, a thriving micro loan program for education and business development, an ongoing partnership for home ownership within our community, and a deep local... more
The first Vineyard community started in 1998 in Bangkok, Thailand. It all began after a Buddhist man named Sukit encountered Christ in a vision while in Australia for University. He later returned to Bangkok and connected with Jackie Pullinger - To in Hong Kong. Jackie, the founder of St, Stephens Society, and a Vineyard Church leader began to mentor Sukit in his faith and in relating with the poor... more