Welcome to Vertical Church!

We're glad you're checking out our website. We want you to know that Vertical Church is a place where you will be accepted as you are, where you experience real loving people, and most of all, where you experience God's love.

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Vertical Church Service Times
EVERY SUNDAY
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Annual Business Meeting

Annual Business Meeting takes place on March 14th at 12:30 pm

Current Vertical Church Board Members:

Reyna Pickrell

Mike Sison

Jake Wildschut

Melissa High

Ramie Pratt

Outgoing Board Member(s):

Mike Sison

Jake Wildschut

 

Click below to see the Board Member Qualifications, Nominating Committee, and the List of the Members.

*Only Vertical Church Members can vote. (Those who have taken the Partnership Class and have been approved by the Board)

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Begins the Week of February 14th | Bible Engagement Project
We are committed to helping believers grow in their relationship with God through weekly prayer and study in God’s Word, and to grow in relationships with others through genuine openness and love for each other. 
Meeting in homes allows us the opportunity to have open communication and transparency so we will be able to grow deeper in our love for God and love for others. 
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Fasting & Prayer

For the month of February we are coming together as a church to fast and pray! We encourage you to join us during these difficult times to seek God for a spiritual breakthrough.

Why Fast? We see fasting in the Old Testament when there needed to be a spiritual breakthrough.  Daniel fasted when he was looking for an answer from God, Esther asked Mordecai and her people to fast when the Jews were threatened and the Jews were called to fast regularly.  Both Jeremiah and Isaiah wrote about fasting. Jesus fasted (Matthew 4:2).  The Apostles prayed and fasted when they had major decisions (Acts 13:2).  Jesus taught about fasting (Matthew 6:17). When we combine fasting with reading the Word of God and prayer, the Holy Spirit moves in powerful ways in our lives and in the church.

What is Fasting? Abstaining from food for a certain period of time. You can miss one meal or a series of meals.  For example, eat dinner and then do eat until dinner the next day (basically 24-hour of fasting).  We would like for the church to participate in fasting any day within the month of February.  

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Upcoming Events

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