Partnering with The Vineyard Church

Why We Give?

  • It focuses our hearts on our true treasure which is Christ (Matthew 6:21)
  • It is an acknowledgement that God is the owner of everything.
  • It turns our focus from the idolatry of money to serving God (Luke 16:11-13)
  • It is an expression of our love for God and our devotion to Him.
  • It is born out of our free response to all He has done for us, not out of guilt or duty.

The Vineyard Church operates completely on the financial contributions of those who attend. Ongoing, generous financial gifts from worshipers at The Vineyard Church enable us to fund our various ministries, including ongoing care for the needy in our community and global impact.  All facilities, insurance, salaries, and operational costs depend on charitable giving.


Secure Online Contributions


The Vineyard Church utilizes PUSHPAY for its online contribution system. You may either make a simple one time contribution or, if you wish, set up an ongoing recurring gift set to your own preferences.

Click on of the buttons to the right to give.

Special Gifts

From time to time, special offerings are collected to fund ministry projects or other special needs. Simply select the “Give A One Time Gift” button on the right and choose the special project you would like to fund from the menu.

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Sunday Mornings
​5015 Grove West
Stafford, TX  77477

Rachel Conner

Executive Pastor

Rachel Conner has been a part of the Sugar Land Vineyard since 2001, and, along with her husband Stephen, has been an active participant in the life and activities of the local church. She served on the Senior Pastor’s Council for both Bert and Reagan Waggoner. Her family has been upwardly mobile so she has had opportunities to teach and lead prayer initiatives in the cities she has lived in, and the churches she has served in.

Rachel retired from AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals in 2012. While at AZ, she was a member of the National Diversity Panel, and led winning teams in the therapeutic areas AstraZeneca competed in. She came out of retirement to partner with a long time friend to start a company that assisted healthcare businesses with growth, sales and technology. While working with Dimedius she completed Sustainable Faith’s School of Spiritual Direction and became a spiritual director. Unforeseen circumstances led to the closing of Dimedius after a successful three- year run where she served as President and business development lead.

Rachel is now firmly entrenched into the daily operations of the Sugar Land Vineyard, teaching, enjoying her practice as a spiritual director, working with the pastoral staff and co-directing Thrive Plus, a year- long high level discipleship course.

Rachel and Stephen love traveling, walking on the beach and spending time with family and friends.

Contact Rachel

Sunday Worship

Every Sunday

10:00 AM


5015 Grove West

Stafford, TX  77477