Our AGM is an opportunity to hear what we've done over the last year, get a sneak peak of what's coming, hear from our Board and Lead Pastor, and have your voice heard through voting!
All are welcome to attend, but you must be a member to vote and members must register to attend.
Members - REGISTER HERE and save the date!
Please join the meeting prior to 6:30pm, to ensure your audio and video is working and allow us to confirm attendence. Once the majority of members are connected, our host will walk through how to engage, vote, chat and ask questions in the meeting prior to the start time.
Figuring out who Jesus is and what He has done for you as evidence of God’s love for you is life transformative. Participating with a group of like-minded believers supports the journey of faith that we all need. Becoming a member of VAC raises the level of ownership and commitment and can be a very important step in your journey of faith. It affirms where you belong, what you believe, and who you will become. It is a step of faith, of discipleship, and of community.
We want to make it easy for you to participate in the life of the church here at VAC.
Membership is not required to be involved in many areas and to grow in & be supported in your faith.
The concept of membership reflects the organic nature of participants as “members” of Christ’s body, which is the church. While all believers are part of the body of Christ regardless of whether they are members of a local church or not, identifying ourselves with a specific local body says, “I’m not alone in this. I am a part of you and you are a part of me.” There is accountability and strength in that. We are not a group of dismembered body parts, but rather a body knit together as God’s agent, at work to bring about his Kingdom in the world.
Formal membership is valuable to the leaders of the church as they seek to fulfill the God-given call to shepherd his people. It is important to identify those who are “in” Vernon Alliance Church and who can be counted on to participate in and sustain its ministries.
Most importantly, membership benefits you, the individual. In a culture where commitment is not often valued, membership is an important step that moves each of us out of the vague clouds of good intentions into the clear light of committed participation. It presents a challenge for you to “stand up and be counted,” to have your voice and your vote count in matters of church direction, budget, in the affirmation of elders as well as to participate in leadership roles at VAC.