Here at the Vineyard we have a slogan. No Logo, No Ego. What we mean by that is that we are not here to build a great church program. We don’t have to have every program under our control and leadership. Instead we seek to enable people to find places to serve that are already in existence.
Because of this attitude, we have people who are serving the homeless, the unborn, the hungry, and the elderly. We give our people away to the community with no strings attached.
Below are a few of the opportunities to serve the community.
Each month we choose an activity that exhibits the love of God through random acts of kindness. From paying for laundry loads at the laundromat, to giving away popcorn and bottled water at the park, we do something each month.
Contact Sue (email@example.com) for more information on how you can get involved in our conspiracy of kindness.
Many of our members are involved serving the elderly at Sequoia Village.
Sequoia Village is a group of local residents with the goal of helping the elderly stay in their homes while aging. They do this by providing access to support services that help people engage in community activities and continue to live independently.
They started in 2015 as Sequoia Village, serving members in Belmont, San Carlos and Redwood City, including Redwood Shores. In late 2016 they launched Mid Peninsula Village to serve the communities of San Mateo, Burlingame and Hillsborough. They hope to eventually create villages serving other parts of San Mateo County.