INTERESTING NAME... BUT I DON'T GET IT.
Our kids church has:
* Music kids love,
* Crafts that are super fun,
* Friendships that last,
* Bible lessons they'll love,
* Free ice cream every week! (What? Yep, free ice cream for the kiddos.)
Where was that when we were kids? Haha…
God is doing a new thing in West Allis, Milwaukee and we would love for you to join us. "Do not dwell on the past. See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland... to give drink to my people... that they may proclaim my praise." - Isaiah
What is this new thing? We're starting a new non-denominational Christian church called "New Vintage Church".
The familiar saying "New Vintage" is mostly recognized in the vinification industry. The term denotes an exemplary year of winemaking. You may have heard someone say something like, "Ah, I'll never forget the white Bordeaux wine of 2007... sublime!"
Well, that was nothing compared to the wine Jesus turned the water into at that famous wedding party 2,000 years ago, for that miracle pointed to the most indescribably exemplary year humanity has ever or will ever know. The year of A.D. 33.
That was the year that Jesus died on the cross, spilling His blood to redeem the world from sin. In establishing the New Testament ordinance of communion, He said, "Take, drink, this wine symbolizes My blood of the New Covenant." Jesus, eternal God veiled in flesh, was ushering in a whole new era in humanity, the era of, "All who call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved!"
A.D. 33... The most indescribably exemplary year indeed!
Will you come to New Vintage Church
with us this Sunday?
At NVC you are going to have a blessed time.
When you arrive, you'll be greeted by sincerely friendly people ready to help you and answer any of your questions.
Wear whatever you want, bring your coffee in the sanctuary, enjoy great music, and listen to an encouraging message.
Looking forward to meeting you!
(Well, go ahead. Click the red box.)
What's up with the church name?