1222 N. Main St. Dayton, Ohio 45405
Sunday services begin at 10:00am.
Our Dayton Campus Story
When Scott and Bonnie Sliver, Marcie and Doug Roe first came to Dayton to start the Vineyard, they weren't sure where to start. So they prayed and asked God to show them where to begin. Doug was directed to an area north of downtown Dayton at the crossroads of Main Street and Helena Street. They started serving groceries out of the trunk of Doug's Toyota, connecting with the people and offering prayer and support. As the church grew in size and strength others have joined and have continued to serve the people of this city in many different ways
A few years ago Doug had several dreams about developing a Dayton location. He decided to experiment by launching a youth basketball event, going door to door with bags of groceries, and offering prayer. Again, he was unsure where to begin, so he asked God, "Where do you want me to start?" He sensed he was to start where he started back in 1991 -- "down on Main Street."
During this time Memorial Baptist Church on Main and Helena contacted Doug. The congregation had been in decline and the leaders began praying about their future. They decided to use their assets to serve the people of the city and began a search seeking an outward-focused group that would love and care for the people of their neighborhood. They began accepting proposals from non-profits and other faith-based groups for the future use of their building. We were asked to submit a proposal. The proposal was accepted. Since that time we have transformed the facility into the Dayton Campus and have nurtured and developed a thriving congregation that carries their legacy into the community.
We are currently in the process of raising capital to make some improvements to the property. The HVAC system has been updated and we have plans to update other areas of the complex.
The Dayton Campus environment and atmosphere is very similar to the Beavercreek Campus, but also has its own unique flavor. You are most welcome to join us as we worship every Sunday at 10:00am.
We also host a community breakfast every Thursday morning at 10:00am. Eggs and bacon, french toast, grits and great coffee are staples on the menu. Volunteers arrive to help prepare at 8:30am. The doors open for the public at 10:00am.
The last Saturday of the month at 9:30am we offer groceries, encouragement and prayer in partnership with The Dayton Food Bank and The Hope Foundation.
You are welcome to come and be a part of this exciting venture as we continue to meet the needs in the surrounding neighborhood and community.
It is our sincere desire to honor what we have been given.
Caleb Roe is the Dayton Campus pastor.
The worship team is led by Jim Conti.