What to expect?

With members from more than 50 nationalities and a wide variety of life backgrounds, Vineyard Brussels is an international church in Brussels with a strong local presence.

All services are in English and are translated into French.

Although there is great diversity at Vineyard Brussels, we are all united in our belief in Jesus Christ, and welcome everyone who is interested in getting to know Him better. So you’re VERY welcome to come and say hi, explore life together, and to join us for a coffee or talk.

Where to go on a Sunday morning?

As you come into the Vineyard Brussels building, walk straight along the corridor to the main hall where a member of the ushering team will welcome you. They will give you a sheet of paper with information about the service and upcoming activities. They are there to answer your practical questions, too, ­or even help you find a seat. Don’t hesitate to ask!

What is the Sunday programme?

A typical Sunday service lasts about one and a half hours, and consists of a time of modern-style worship (singing), followed by announcements, a coffee break, a sermon (talk) and a time to be prayed for. As our tag-line says, our goal is to connect with God and with people.

What if I have kids?

If you have kids or teenagers with you, on the way into the building stop off at the family welcome table in the entrance hall where children register for their class. We offer supervised children’s programmes and a crèche (nursery) only during the first service: children aged up to 14 join us for the first part (singing) and then they are invited to join their own classes (there will be an announcement on the overhead screens). Teenagers from 14-18 years old meet every other week after the coffee break. You can find more information on our activities for kids and teens under the menu tab “for families” at the top of this page.

What about the speakers?

The topics of our sermons vary greatly, as we do both series over several weeks/months (e.g. what does the Bible say about love? following a specific book of the Bible…) as well as one-off talks based on relevant topics. Reflecting the diversity of our members, there is a great variety of speakers: young and old, men and women, Vineyard Brussels leadership team and staff, and invited speakers.

What do people wear?

The dress code is “come as you are”: you’ll see suits & ties, traditional or smart dresses, as well as T-shirts and jeans.