Southwest Florida - Fort Myers
Vine Church Fort Myers was established on September 2, 2012. On that time, over twelve people were meeting in only one life group after almost a year of total engagement of missionaries from The Vine – South Florida. They were meeting every Sunday night in a small room at Central Baptist Church. The group was mainly made of Portuguese speaking families. Over the next few years, we could see an exponential growth
Why Fort Myers? With a very diverse community and influences of all nationalities, Fort Myers is a city that grows and moves forward with a even greater mixing of generations. This mix of influences and geographical and historical particularity attracts even more people all over the world. Today we have cells and small groups that speak all languages. We also do a weekly worship every Sunday at 10.30 AM at 9250 College Parkway, Unit 7, Ft. Myers, FL 33919. Our telephone number is +1(850)207.8989.
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Vine Ministry is a network of churches of all denominational backgrounds who are brought together over 1200 churches worldwide who walks in cooperation, love and alliance. Our affinity is based on the following aspects: We are more of a family than an organization. That is, we’re together because we want to be together. Acknowledge paternity and authority among us spontaneously and not by denominational levy. We are a charismatic movement. We believe, experience and enjoy the live action of the Holy Spirit today. His gifts, His manifestations and experience of the baptism in the Holy Spirit are real and fundamental to the advance of the Church. We live based on the practice of LifeGroups. Despite the controversy and confusing terminology throughout the past few years, the simplest way to involve every believer for the performance of his priesthood in the Church is in LifeGroups.
The Church of Acts was not focused in the temples neither centralized in one single personality leadership; We live in the restoration of the Church. Thus, we are inclusive, we see ourselves as part of the Church. We are part of the result of centuries of work of the Holy Spirit in history. We have a lot of the Reformation, the later movements of the Baptist, Presbyterian, Methodist and Pentecostal churches. Today, we are determined to serve the Body of Christ which is His Church.