Art Tables in the Sanctuary every Sunday morning, 9am & 11am

Join us on the west side of the sanctuary at our art tables for adults, where you can privately worship and pray to God through color and texture using simple art supplies we provide. Privately process the sermon or scripture through your art or writing, responding visually to what the Lord speaks to you. Our art tables are completely silent, with no talking or noise of materials. Anyone under age 14 MUST have a parent sitting at the art tables directly with them — absolutely no exceptions.

Open Studio in VineArts Studio, every Saturday 12-4pm

A place to relax and freely create! We are closed the week of Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. During summer months we reduce our hours; visit vineartsboise.org to see our schedule.

Art workshops and book studies for artists

We offer a wide variety of classes every year! Visit vineartsboise.org to see upcoming art workshops and book studies.

Art Exhibits

Art exhibits are held quarterly at Vineyard Boise and involve our visual artists and culinary group, as well as congregation members who are new to creating, non-members of our church, and people of all ages -- in other words, everyone! Pick up your entry packet inside the VineArts Gallery inside the church, or visit vineartsboise.org to see upcoming exhibit themes and how to enter.

Writers’ Group in VineArts Studio, 2nd Monday night of every month at 7:00 pm

This is a workshop-based exploration of various writing methods and topics for both published and unpublished authors.


Calling All Creatives Potluck Lunch, a bi-monthly gathering in the Front Porch.

This is a gathering of artistic and creative visual artists, photographers, poets and writers, fabric artists, musicians, dancers, performers, and culinary artists who are disciples of Christ. We meet mostly on even-numbered months and choose a Sunday afternoon right after church lets out, starting around 12:30pm. Bring a main dish to share as we converse about what it means to love God and love people through the arts.