What is “Church in the Park”?

What exactly is this event?
We are joining the Spirit of Boise Balloon Classic. For more information on this event click here.

When should I plan on being in the park?
You’re welcome to join us for any or all of the day’s events. We’d love to see you there!

Sunday, September 2 schedule:
7:15am Balloon Launch
8:00 Pancake breakfast will be served
9:00 Church
10:00 Church is finished
10:30 River Baptism

Where is it at?
Ann Morrison park. Click here for information on parking.

Do you have Childcare?
This is a family friendly event, but we won’t have childcare or Sunday School specifically for the little ones. Children are encouraged to join their parents. We will have face painting and balloon animals to add to the festivities.

How much does it cost?
The whole event, from balloons to pancakes, is free to everyone. So feel free to invite your friends and family.

What do I need to bring?
You’ll want to bring a blanket or chairs for your family to sit in. If you are getting baptized you’ll want a towel and/or a change of clothes.

Are you taking up an offering?
We will not be taking an offering that day. We are asking the Vineyard family to tithe by mailing in your check to 4950 N. Bradley, Garden City, 83714 or click here to give online.

If I want to get baptized what do I need to do?
The only thing you need to do is let us know. We’ll have a sign up at Vineyard Boise each of the Sundays leading up the event, or you can just let us know the morning of. For more information about baptism click here.

Is there anything going on at Vineyard Boise on September 2?
We will not have any services that Sunday on the Vineyard campus. We are taking church to the park that day. For a schedule of events or location see the above question.

How do I volunteer to help?
We’d love your help. As you can imagine, it takes a lot of people to throw a great party.
Contact Angelia Jones for more information on how to volunteer.

Vineyard Boise wishes to thank…
United Dairy-Men of Idaho
Culligan of Idaho
Dawson Taylor
and Peak Broadcasting