July 28-31, 2019


“He is before all things, and in him all things hold together.”


The world is alive with the presence of the Divine. Though at times it seems that difficulty and anxiety win the day, there is a whole reality available to us to experience peace and fun and beauty and contentment. In this reality, everything is part of God’s great work. The key is learning to see it!

Doin’ The Stuff 2019

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Doin’ The Stuff, is a term that comes from one of the Vineyard movement’s founders, John Wimber. Soon after he became a Christian and began reading the Bible, he innocently asked some Church people, “When do we get to ‘Do the Stuff?’” He was referring to actually participating in doing all the things that Jesus did and taught his disciples to do.

This three 3 day conference will have daily service projects, worship, teachings, workshops and fun & games that will invite students to participate and engage in creation all around us.

Speaker / Worship Leader

Brian and his wife Kristy are both native New Orleanians having grown up just a few miles from each other. Brian served as an associate pastor at the Vineyard Church in Kenner, LA for more than 17 years before planting Mid-City Vineyard. Looking for a sustainable faith that is deeply rooted in the ordinariness of everyday life, Brian and Kristy started Mid-City Vineyard with a number of amazing people who are looking for ways to connect the dots between their spirituality and real life.
Ethan serves as Worship Pastor at Vineyard New Orleans, joining the Vineyard Staff in June 2018. A graduate of Samford University, he has spent the last decade leading worship across the Southeast. Ethan and his wife Hannah are passionate about building community and welcoming all people into the kingdom of God.

Who’s it for?

All VSCR students grade 6th-12th for the 2019/2020 school year as well as all Vineyard youth pastors and leaders.


Cost for the conference is $75 per student through June 30th. After that, the cost will increase to $90. Your registration includes all meals, activities, etc. while on campus. You are responsible for your own lodging and meals outside of conference hours.

Cost for the first two Youth Pastors/Leaders is free. Each additional leader is $30. When registering, please use the coupon code FIRSTTWO for the first two leaders.


Sunday, July 28th

6:00 PM – Registration/Dinner
7:30 PM – Session One

Monday, July 29th

8:30 AM – Morning Devotion
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM – Service Projects & Bag Lunches
1:00-3:00 PM – Free Time
3:00-5:00 PM – Workshops
5:30 PM – Dinner
7:00 PM – Session Two

Tuesday, July 30th

8:30 AM – Morning Devotion
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM – Service Projects & Bag Lunches
1:00-3:00 PM – Free Time
3:00-5:00 PM – Recreation/Games
5:30 PM – Dinner
7:00 PM – Session Two

Wednesday, July 31st

9:00 AM -Final Worship-Celebration
After Dismiss to individual group NOLA Day (Activities at your own expense, if desired)

Reserve your spot!