Welcome to services at 10.30am & 7pm that no longer require registration.
Kids still meet outside for outdoor children’s church at new times.
The service will also be livestreamed from our YouTube-channel at 10.30.
MINI/MIDI (4-9 yr) and MAXI (10-12) will meet for outdoor children’s church outside the church at 10.30 AM.
MIKRO (2-3 yr) and their parents meet in the basement room opposite the kitchen.
In Copenhagen Vineyard we don’t just have network groups, we see ourselves as consisting of network groups. So it is an essential part of our idea of being a church together.
And especially during this time, the network groups are essential. Many network groups meet online or outdoors, and you are always welcome to join.
If you are not part of a network group, take a look HERE and find a group.
All groups are open and the network group leaders are always happy to include more in their nice groups.
If you have questions or need help finding a group – call Anne Aagaard (+45 5353 9355) and she will be happy to help you!
Come and join the praying for our church, our city, and our country. In the week before The Great Day Of Prayer (Store Bededag), we will launch a new concept: 24/7 Prayer. That is a week where the church will be praying 24/7. Practically, the goal is to cover the entire week in prayer.
It is an option to participate either from home or at the church. The church will be open between 8-22 all days.
You submit to praying by writing your name or mark an hour as booked. You book for 1 hour at a time.
For questions, please contact Christian Engberg (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kirstin Mortensen (email@example.com).
Would you like to talk to someone about the challenges in your life?
Copenhagen Vineyard offers counseling and our team consists of counselors of different age groups, gender and educational background. We believe that talking to someone can make a difference. We will listen to you, ask questions, offer advice and pray with you. Maybe you are in the process of making an important decision in your life or have broken up with your boyfriend or girlfriend; Maybe you doubt God, struggle with low self-esteem, or are in the middle of a conflict or something else. The counseling sessions are not therapy. However, we can refer you to a professional therapist in case you need one.
We offer 1-3 conversations with a counselor from the team. Each conversation lasts for an hour. You and your counselor agree on a time, and then you can call each other or meet at zoom.
All conversations are confidential.
Read more here
Do you want to speak with a counselor or do you have any questions? Feel free to contact our coordinator Maria Lysholm at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you want to be part of the counseling team, please contact Julie at email@example.com.
Contact the church
Get in touch with the pastors, the office or other staff. Find information here: http://cphvineyard.dk/staff/
You are welcome to contact us, if you need to talk, a prayer or something else.
You can also contact the counseling team if you need some longer talks over a period of time. They will be happy to help you!
Mercy Outreach and Covid-19 response
The corona virus is a global crisis. In Myanmar, most people live from hand-to-mouth without any savings, and we face a time when people will have to tackle challenges that go far beyond the health problems caused by the virus.
We have already started to see this as many people have already lost their income due to the closure of factories. Families are now being forced to send their children out in child labor, and we will see greater trafficking in women in the vulnerable areas around our centers.
Mercy Outreach is ready with a plan to help combat the biggest problems that this lack of work and basic necessities will cause. We have already purchased medicine to help 8,000 people, and we have begun to manufacture and freely distribute masks to our surrounding community using the existing sewing training facilities.
At the same time, our women’s groups have started mass-producing soap and hand sanitizer. In addition, we will distribute food to the families we work with. We also produce and distribute posters with key information on how to prevent and deal with the spread of the virus.
Our goal is:
– Medicine for 8000 people
– 36,000 masks
– 7.5 ton of food for 40,000 meals
– 16,000 bottles of soap and hand sanitizers
We know we can make a big difference in the lives of many people, but we need your support. Visit our website, www.mercyoutreach.dk, and read more about how you can help make a difference.