- What's for lunch?
Harvest Community Church shares its facility with another congregation and as such our service time falls to a later time on Sundays, 11AM. We have decided to use that later start time to our advantage by serving lunch once a month to our congregation and guests. This coming Sunday, you are invited to come enjoy lunch with us with our shortened service and spaghetti dinner. See you there at 11AM
- — EditedWhere did the Sermons go?
I like Ted talks. They are short, informative and give me an intellectual boost on demand. However, there is something missed by not being there in person; something is lost by watching and listening absent from real people and space.
As a church, we've decided to stop recording our services for a season. Church is not just listening to a sermon rather it is a tangible and community based gathering that is best experienced in person. We want each gathering to generate the feeling in our people that says, "We all felt the presence of God together in that place."
So, if you need a sermon, or want to sample what we are like, our library of past sermons is still online. We will be slowly adding more from this past year for your edification.
We want you to come and be a part of what God is doing in our midst.
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- Why we celebrate communion every Sunday.
When you worship with us on Sunday, you will notice that we eat the communion meal together. Many times people wonder why we do it every week and I can understand that question. The folks over at the internet Monk have an article that I agree with, that details the reasons why we do what we do. Take a look and let me know what you think.
- Invoking the Holy Spirit
Are we forgetting the third person of the Trinity in our churches? The podcast link below, is a discussion with Scot McKnight, a seminary professor at Northern Seminary, on the necessary role of the Holy Spirit in the Church.
- How to deal with politics as a Christian
Tim Keller offers a good perpective on how believers in Christ can be involved politically without sacrificing the gospel. Click the link below for the rest of the story.