The Northwest Vineyard is a Vineyard neighborhood church in the northwest part Denver, CO with the vision of transforming lives, transforming everything. We exist as a part of the Mile High Vineyard family of neighborhood churches.
This week Pastor Becca Knudsen discusses Comfort. In our American culture, Comfort means a lot of things to people. But Becca challenges us to consider where true lasting comfort comes from and how we live into the comfort given to us by God.
Pastor Scott Engebretson launches us into our new series called Anchor. For the next few months we will be engaging in the practice of Catechism. This is an ancient practice of learning the foundations of our faith. Every week we will be following the Heidelberg Catechism. There will be additional resources every week at https://milehighvineyard.or…
Founding Pastor Jay Pathak celebrates Mothers on a day which is both a day of celebration and a day of grief for many Mothers.
This Sunday we celebrate Baptism Sunday as well as looking forward to our next series called Anchored. Today Pastor Scott Engebretson gives a prelude to our Anchored series by diving into the book of Hebrews to pull out some vaulable lessons.
What does it mean to welcome people well into our communities? How does it shape people to feel welcomed? This Sunday Hannah Engebretson helps us to think through this extremely important practice.
On this Easter Sunday Pastor Scott Engebretson shows us the peace, purpose and power that Jesus offers to us through his sacrfice.
Pastor Scott Engebretson closes our series on Desire by talking about the Beauty of Gods creation.
Pastor Scott Engebretson continues our desire series looking at our desire for intimacy. You have probably heard said that we have a God shaped hole in our hearts but have you considered that we have a people shaped hole as well. We are built for intimacy that only can come through community.
Pastor Becca Knudsen continues our desire series taking about our desire for spirituality. We all seek spirituality one way or another but is spirituality formed around Jesus all that different? Becca helps unpack what spirituality looks like within the Christian faith.
Pastor Scott Engebretson continues our Desire series discussing justice and hope for a better world.
Founding Pastor Jay Pathak challenges us to consider where we are finding true meaning in our lives.
Pastor Scott Engebretson kicks off our lent series discussing the purpose of desire and why we were built to desire.
Hannah Engebretson helps us be invitational to those around us who are skeptics about the Christian faith.
Pastor Becca Knudsen asks the question that if live our life knowing God in a deep and meaningful way what kind of hope will we have for what is to come.
Pastor Scott Engebretson uses the story of Jesus first miracle in the Book of John to understand the role of expectation in our life with Jesus.
Founding Pastor Jay Pathak wraps up the Bless series by talking about the power of shaing our stories.
Pastor Scott Engebretson continues the Bless series talking about ways that we can serve our neighbors.
Sharing a meal with a neighbor can create a deep and lasting connection. Pastor Becca Knudsen continues our neighboring series encouraging us to use something we do every day to help bring our neighbors into relationship with Jesus.
Pastor Scott Engebretson continues our neighboring series showing how the act of active and engaged listening can have a profound impact on people.
Founding Pastor Jay Pathak kicks off our new neighboring series discussing the very simple yet impactful practice of praying for your neighbors.
Pastor Scott Engebretson continues our Advent series on Joy. Have you found Joy easy in your life? Or is true Joy harder to find than you realize?
Founding Jay Pathak kicks off our annual series on Advent discussing how hope should play a vital role in our spiritual journey.
Pastor Becca Knudsen continues our Every Week series addressing the reasons we take communion and baptize in our community.
Pastor Scott Engebretson talks about how import gathering or worship is on Sunday mornings.
Founding Pastor Jay Pathak kicks off a new series called Every Week. The series will focus on the reasons why we are called to gather and what we are trying to do when we gather. This week the question is why Sundays.
This week Pastor Scott Engebretson continues our series on Drift focusing on the rhythms of our spirituality.
Continuing in our series on Drift, Founding Pastor Jay Pathak shows how easy it is to fall into unhealthy habits with our families without defined family values.
Pastor Scott Engebretson continues our series focusing on marriage. In this sermon, he explores three rituals of marriage in the context of scripture: Connection, Intimacy and Community.
Kicking off our new sermon series Drift, Pastor Becca Knudsen discusses how the pandemic has revealed some of the surface level friendships we might have had and what it truly means to be a friend in the Kingdom of God.
Our new teaching pastor Scott Engebretson brings a message from Isaiah 61 giving us hope in the midst of a pandemic and the current political and racial tensions in our country.
Founding Pastor Jay Pathak continues our series on the Book of Daniel by connecting the story of Daniel to our experience living in America today and how we are connected to God not by who we are as Americans but who we are as a bit part in the epic story of the entirety of the Bible.
Pastor Becca Knudsen continues in our series on Daniel with Daniel 8. A passage usually skipped over for its confusing imagery but in this sermon we focus our attention on how faithful Daniel is even when he doesn't have an answer to his questions.
Pastor Ben Folman dives into the very complex visions of Daniel 7 and helps to show how they communicate hope in the midst of heartache.
Pastor Becca Knudsen continues in our Book of Daniel series in Daniel 6 as Daniel is thrown into the lions den and how important it is for us to establish a consistent practice of prayer and trusting God.
Pastor Becca Knudsen continues the series on The Book of Daniel and helps us consider how idols work in our own lives.
Pastor Becca Knudsen dives into 1 John to show the heart of the true Father as we celebrate dads on this Fathers Day.
Founding Pastor Jay Pathak continues our Pentecost Series looking at the miracles in Acts and helping us understand how miracles happen even today.
Pastor Danielle Pathak kicks off Pentecost unpacking how the Holy Spirit influences the mission of the Church.
Pastor Becca Knudsen wraps up the Party Like Jesus series diving into the story of the Prodigal Son and how this story reveals God's love for us and those who are lost.
Founding Pastor Jay Pathak walks through the story or Mary and Martha to help put Mothers Day into context.
What happens when you throw a party and no invited guests come? Pastor Becca Knudsen tackles this common fear and illustrates the heart of Jesus in these moments.
Jerry Lanier continues the Party Like Jesus series by sharing how he found Jesus during a series of parties.
Founding Pastor Jay Pathak kicks off our new series Party Like Jesus by showing how much Jesus liked and participated in parties. And how by doing this he was able to reach the outsider who was desperate for him.
On this Easter Sunday, Pastor Becca Knudsen highlights the story of Mary encountering the risen Jesus. This intimate moment provides us a roadmap for how Jesus wants us to come to Him.
Pastor Jay Pathak continues our 40 Days of Prayer series leading up to Easter and gives us a very practical way to live out our prayer life by praying for others.
Speaker Tad Inboden highlights how Jesus as a refugee himself calls us to care for the refugees among us.
Pastor Jay Pathak calls us to join in the mission of Jesus in relation to Women and Widows in the midst of the chaos of our current cultural moment.
Pastor Jay Pathak describes our relationship to Jesus as a slave/master relationship and how seeing yourself in this way helps you find peace in the midst of chaos.
Wrapping up the series, Pastor Ben Folman encourages us to consider who we are and who we want to be as followers of Jesus in our current political climate.
Pastor Becca Knudsen continues our series by showing how the early church caused cultural disruptive unity by loving and serving those they disagreed with.