Here at Vineyard Gilbert we build community around the study of Scripture, worship, and mission.


Connection Groups


Looking for ways to connect and grow? Join one of our communities!

Connection and Purpose

Join groups of people who are following Jesus together: growing in their relationship with God & each other, while living lives of mission - bringing the Kingdom of Heaven into their relationships.

Young Adults

Ages 18-29 | Sunday Evenings
The Young Adult community is passionate about Jesus - where worship, ministry, and connections happen.

Leader: Cody Gentes

Rhythms of Grace

Online & In-person | Once a Month on Monday Evenings
The Rhythms of Grace Community  is an intentional community of people, longing to do justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with God. It is centered around soul-care and a basic rhythm of life.

Leader: Joel Bidderman

Joy Builders

All Are Welcome | Once a Month on Saturday Evenings
The Joy Builders Community is a Kingdom Community dedicated to building joy strength and resilience in our lives and into the lives of our missionaries and cross-cultural workers.

Leaders: John & Debbie Hervey

The Deep Dive

 All Are Welcome | 1st, 2nd, & 3rd Sundays at 9 am
The Deep Dive is a group of people who will read through the Bible, utilizing the engaging Bible Project videos and materials.

Leaders: Josh and Jenn Wyss

The i-61 Community

All Are Welcome | Bi-Monthly on Sunday Evenings
The i-61 Community is a group of people who are seeking to embody the mercy and justice of Jesus Christ in practical ways.

Leaders: Joel Bidderman and Allen & Vicki Eaton


Looking for ways to connect? Our Connection Groups are more ways to connect and get involved at Vineyard Gilbert.

Vineyard Women

Be on the lookout for ways to connect with the women's ministry at Vineyard Gilbert!

Vineyard Men

As we build community in 2022, there will be coordinated times for men to connect, study the word, pray together, and more!

"The Church is not the building, it's the people, it's not just the gathering, it's also the scattering."

John Wimber