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No matter who you are, we believe God loves you and has a purpose for your life. ​Come and be a part of something bigger than yourself!

Whether you’re hungry or hurt, lonely or lost, full of questions or looking for a home, there’s a place for you at the Harmony Vineyard.

The reason you’ll fit right in is because we really value diversity. Our church is made up of people who are short, tall, big, little, black, white, wealthy, struggling, young, old, married, single…in fact, we look exactly like the community we live in.

We also believe in and value authenticity. We encourage people to be real here, to be exactly who they are, warts and all. After all, none of us are perfect, so what’s the point of pretending we are?

Though we are all different, what unifies us is our desire to know God and to become fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ.




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The Harmony Vineyard Way

The Harmony Vineyard Way is the way we have chosen to “be the church.” It consists of six principles that guide us as we walk out our journey of faith together.

Identity: We are a family who desires God’s will for our lives. We choose to live out of our true identity as a beloved son or daughter of God and seek to replace our will with His, knowing that the Father always gives good gifts to His children.

Mission: To make disciples. We believe that the best way to do so is by practicing a “naturally supernatural” lifestyle, obeying the words of Jesus and doing the works of Jesus. We actively look for ways to reach out to our neighbors and our community.

Growth: We understand that our personal growth comes through regular study of God’s word and through relationships with other believers. We embrace small groups as our primary means of growing in grace and connecting with each other.

Diversity: We are committed to ethnic diversity. We believe all churches, and specifically our church family, should consist of people from every nation, tribe, and people – God’s picture of the church in the Book of Revelation.

Unity: Together, as a family, we will laugh, cry, struggle, succeed, disagree, and reconcile – and in all things give glory to God, who unites us in our faith.

Truth: “And above all these put on love, which binds everything together in perfect harmony.”
–Colossians 3:14

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Jeff Fehn,
Jeff Fehn,Senior Pastor

About our Pastor

A man everyone looks up to (because he’s 6’8″ tall), Pastor Jeff and his wife Sally founded HVC in 2007. Jeff’s vision for the church is for it to be as diverse as God’s kingdom. He and Sally have two adult children, Barbara (who is married to Brian) and Jarrett (who is married to Jennifer), one granddaughter, Joanna, a Weimaraner named Gabriel, and a very old cat named Charlie.

Education: Education: Butler University, 1974-1978; Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in Speech/ Communications. Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University, 2004-2007; graduated magna cum laude with a Master of Divinity (M.Div) degree. Regent University, 2010-2015; received a Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) degree; his doctoral dissertation was titled “A Training Curriculum Model of Multi-Ethnic Ministry Best Practices Designed for Harmony Vineyard Church.”

Previous career: After a brief start in advertising, held a variety of information technology positions with American States Insurance, Coopers & Lybrand, Markel Corporation, the Virginia Farm Bureau and IPC Technologies.

Ministry experience: Served as the head of two different church’s governing boards; previously ordained as a both a deacon and an elder; participated in numerous Walk to Emmaus, Chrysalis, and Kairos spiritual renewal weekends; has studied healing prayer with Francis and Judith MacNutt and began a healing service in 2002. Planted Harmony Vineyard in June, 2007.

Ordained: By the Association of Vineyard Churches, USA, on May 13, 2007.

Miscellany: Attended Butler on a basketball scholarship and was a four-year starter at center; rides a 2003 Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail Classic.

In the summer of 2004 Jeff was growing increasingly frustrated and unhappy with his job as I.T. Director at Virginia Farm Bureau. When he returned to work after a two-week beach vacation and realized he felt just as tired and burned out as before he left, he had lunch with a friend and shared his unhappiness. When his friend suggested he might want to consider “something in the theology field” there was an immediate connection with those words, as if the tumblers to a combination lock had finally fallen into place.

He immediately sought the counsel of his pastor, who affirmed God’s calling on his life. That affirmation was quickly seconded by his wife and most of his friends, all who admitted they had been waiting for him to realize this calling for several years. After spending time in prayer to discern God’s direction for him, he enrolled in the School of Theology at Virginia Union (STVU), from which he graduated in May of 2007.

Jeff has been a devotee of Vineyard founder John Wimber’s teachings on healing, and so the Association of Vineyard Churches was a logical place for him to pursue both his pastoral calling and his belief that God’s healing power is still available to people today. He believes God’s vision for the Ashland Vineyard is that it would be a place of restoration and healing.