About Us

Who we are, where we come from, and where we're headed as a church family

Our Mission

We believe that names have significance. They declare value and purpose over an individual or an organization. We commonly use the word “Vintage” to describe an old car, bottle of wine or a beat up piece of furniture. However, when we use the word 'Vintage', in regards to our church, we are describing a faith that is classic, excellent and of high quality. God desires an intimate relationship with us, strength and passion as a group and community impact as a whole. We base our lives on the authority of the Bible and the life of Jesus. Vintage Faith Church is here to model and display the good news of Jesus Christ. Accordingly, we focus everything we do on these three elements: Encounter God, Equip the Church and Love the City. 

Where We Come From

The Christian movement that was born out of the faith and expression of Jesus and his followers can be experienced today. We make the choice to live in the knowledge and experience of a relationship with God. We engage in the process to be equipped and enjoy the unique purpose that God has for each of us. We are proactive about loving our city just as Jesus would. We believe the Bible is fully true and God inspired. We believe Jesus Christ is God, is the only way to Salvation and that He radically loves all. 

We are a Foursquare Church. The organization was founded by Aimee Semple McPherson in downtown Los Angeles at Angeles Temple in the early 1920′s. The Foursquare Church believes in the Four fold ministry of Jesus Christ as our Savior, Baptizer with the Holy Spirit, Healer, and Soon Coming King. Learn more about The Foursquare Church Denomination

Church isn’t as much about Sunday as it is about participating in God’s work Monday through Saturday. On Sunday we celebrate and learn so Monday we can engage our city.

Where We're Headed

What's the bottom line? At Vintage Faith we want to encounter God, equip the church, & love the city. We hope people experience the extravagant and personal love of God, identify and mobilize our collective gifts, talents, and passions, and run to the needs of the communities we live in.

What This Means for You