About Us

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

About the Vineyard Movement

Who We Are

We are a charismatic community, serious about making disciples = people who follow Jesus, who are being changed by Jesus, and who join Jesus on his mission. The gifts of the Holy Spirit are still available; we use them as we pray for salvation, healing, deliverance and share the gospel with people.

We are part of a worldwide network of Vineyard churches (www.vineyardusa.org).

Our Vision

Our vision is to make disciples who plant disciple-making communities.

Our Mission

Our mission is to love God and people well so that Jesus is known and followed.

Our Highest Values

Our highest values are to pursue God, to build community, and to practice compassion.

Our Staff

Perry and Kasey Floyd serve as our Senior Pastor and Assistant Pastor. They have been planting Vineyard churches since 1987. Both have their B.A. in Bible; Perry has a M.Div. from Southwestern Seminary. They were married in 1975, have 4 grown children and 6 grandchildren.

Perry has pastored in Texas, Southern California and New Mexico for a total of 50 years. They both taught Bible and Psychology at Hop Christian School in Albuquerque; Perry still serves as Chaplain at Hope Christian School.

Kevin King serves as our Worship Pastor.

Calvin Cox a.k.a. "Youth Guy" serves as our Youth Ministry Leader. Calvin was raised in Albuquerque in a charismatic church. His goal is to empower youth to lead the church as early as possible while providing support and guidance for them. He was a missionary to Africa for 2 years and has deep passion for unreached people groups, teenagers and unity within the church. He's also the best foosball player I've ever met.

More About Us

​We are a charismatic community, believing that God the Holy Spirit gifts his church to do the work of ministry in these last days. We believe the "baptism of the Spirit" is part of receiving Christ, as Paul wrote, "For in one Spirit we were all baptized into one body--Jews or Greeks, slaves or free--and all were made to drink of one Spirit" 1 Corinthians 12:13.


There is one baptism of the Spirit, many fillings of the Spirit; He can be trusted to pour out gifts on believers, including tongues, prophecy, discerning of spirits, healings, miracles, words of knowledge and wisdom, faith, interpreting of tongues. We practice these gifts in our times together and in our daily lives. The Spirit bestows them as he chooses (1 Cor. 12:11). We do not believe any one of these gifts is the particular evidence of the "baptism of the Spirit" nor do we require speaking in tongues as a gift for everyone. Our attitude comes from 1 Corinthians 14, where Paul wrote:


  • I want all of you to speak in tongues, but more to prophesy 
  • I want you to excel in gifts that build up the church, not an individual 
  • Tongues without interpretation is out of order in a public meeting


We trust and expect God to release power, presence, and supernatural signs and wonders as we continually seek the Spirit's filling. We also seek the fruit of the Holy Spirit as he transforms our character into that of Jesus Christ.

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