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History of Vineyard Brussels

Vineyard Brussels is a dynamic, growing church that started in 1987 when several families from the US came to Brussels with a vision to plant a French-speaking church. They met together for fellowship in one of their homes. As others joined them it became clear that God was bringing into being an international church, which became known as International Christian Fellowship (ICF). It grew steadily, moving out of the home to several different locations in central and east Brussels.

In the mid 1990's the church enjoyed significant contact with the Vineyard movement in the UK. Teams from the UK visited Belgium, relations deepened and many of their values, materials and practices were adopted. In 2002 the leadership believed it was time to explore the possibility of becoming a Vineyard church and began to build much stronger links with the Benelux Vineyards. After we re-examined both our beliefs and practices to see if we were truly aligned with the Vineyard movement, we were officially welcomed as a full member of the Association of Vineyard Churches (AVC) in January 2004.

In December 2004 we moved to a venue in Evere, which we rented 24/7, giving us both office, meeting and training space. In April 2013 we moved to our current facility in Auderghem. People now come from Brussels and throughout Belgium to join us both on Sundays and during the week.

Vineyard Brussels is a member of Le Synode Federal des Eglises Protestantes et Evangeliques de Belgique (SF)/Federal Synode van Protestantse en Evangelische Kerken in BelgiŽ through its affiliation to A-net and through this, we have acknowledgement from the Belgian government as a "culte reconnu/erkende eredienst".