The Dayton Vineyard is an outward focused church...we embrace go.

We seek to promote our Kingdom focused values toward the people of the Vineyard and beyond by creating outreach opportunities that are connecting, fun, impactfull and doable.

Outreach is in our DNA.
Years ago Doug Roe and Scott Sliver came to Dayton to plant The Dayton Vineyard. As they started the church they decided to pool their money and began to reach out to the people of Dayton. Their projects ranged from passing out cokes, cooking hot dogs on street corners, visiting the sick in hospitals, to taking bags of groceries to the poor of the city.

Every week we actively reach out to the people of our community. 

As we go, serve, and reach we create God space where God things can happen.

Vineyard  outreach opportunities:

Vineyard Dayton on Main St. Campus

What: Joseph Project Breakfast. Dayton Thursday Breakfast. Serving the less served by serving, caring and praying.
When: Every Thursday 9am - 12pm
Where: Dayton Campus 1222 N. Main St.
How: Show up

Vineyard Beavercreek Campus

Joseph Project Food Behind the Scenes:

What: Set up in the morning or pack Groceries or help pack grocery bags in the afternoon.
When: Every Wednesday at 10am or 5:30pm
Where: Meet @ The Vineyard Beavercreek.

Joseph Project Go with Mobile Food Truck.

What: Show care by carrying groceries, by giving listening encouragement and by praying for people.
When/ Where: Show up at Beavercreek 10am to receive instructions and help load truck, or meet us at the location.

1st Saturday Fairborn Elementary 10:45am
3rd Saturday Huber Heights Destiny Church Buford Ave.10:45am
Last Saturday of the month. 9:30amish Dayton Vineyard 1222 N. Main St. 9:30am

Vineyard Both Campus

What: Back to School Backpacks
Where: At the Vineyard purchase a backpack, fill it up using instructions bring it back by Wednesday, August 15th.


What: Super Saturday Free Flea Market.
When: Saturday August 18th. Set up 8am, Serve Set up 8am, Serve at event 9am.

Bring items to Beavercreek Vineyard the week of 13th - 18th and help sort and stage items. 9am to 4pm.


Gee think we need to do some training?

Interestingly we have had hundreds of people helping us love our community into a relationship with Jesus Christ. ...serving our way into the heart of our community. Most people serving have had little or no training... This just proves on the job outreach training works in most cases.

Now we are discovering we need to launch into some specific training to help people develop their outreach skills. We've looked at what's out there and have developed e:training. Gleaning from the best of the best. Our desire is to connect you to great resources that will help you grow from a self-study learning experience (see resources below). We will also be hosting e:training an inter-active hour conversation on the 2nd Saturday of each month.
Every 2nd Saturday we will meet for about an hour. The first half an hour will be practical tips training, the second half an hour will be conversation answering questions, modeling prayer, and praying for each other. July 14th 9:30am to 10:30amish is the first date for the training.

We will be learning:
Future/Past Lessons learned from our outreach e:history.

Creating God Space where God things can happen.
5 step prayer model.
Servant Evangelism Breaking down barriers, building bridges.
I'm wondering?? How to ask great questions.
Just walk across the room How to share your unique story.
The good news is still the good news How to lead a friend / person to Jesus Christ.

Suggested Book List

God Space Doug Pollock  
Conspiracy of Kindness Sjogren
Just walk across the room Hybels
An Unstoppable Force Mcmanus

dave is a down to earth pastor who has more passion than anyone I know
steve sjogren has several sites that encourage the heart
my friend doug who thinks often outside the box
leading someone to Jesus is relational
my web with many stories etc