Who We Are
We are a people-developing community; we develop people who follow Jesus, who are changed by Jesus and who join Jesus on His mission.
- To pursue God
- To build community
- To unleash compassion
Where we're headed
What's the bottom line? More than ever, Vineyard Church ABQ is committed to fostering a family built around hope. Hope for the future. Hope for better. Hope for progress. Hope in Jesus. And as we move forward as a church family, inclusion and belonging remain at the center of who we are as followers of Christ.
To reach out to Albuquerque with good news, to train and equip believers for ministry, and to care for people in practical ways.
Perry and Kasey Floyd will celebrate 47 years of marriage this May 23.
They were both born and raised in the Southern Baptist denomination in Texas, met in SBC colleges, married in 1975.
Perry earned a B.A. in Bible & Philosophy, Kasey earned a B.A. in Bible and Psychology. Perry earned a M. Div. from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 1978, and has served local churches as Youth, Associate, and Senior Pastor in Texas, Southern California, and New Mexico since 1973.
They planted a Vineyard in the San Diego area in 1987, and have planted three Vineyards here in New Mexico. Planting Vineyards in New Mexico is their dream.
Perry has served as Bible Teacher and Chaplain at Hope Christian School for 28 years. Kasey has taught Family Living, Bible, and Psychology at Hope Christian School for 16 years.
Perry and Kasey have four adult children who are all married and 6 grandchildren, all of whom live here in ABQ.
Both have been committed to Jesus and to the ministry to his church for over 47 years.
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.