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Join us this summer for our Sunday School Shake-up classes! Classes will focus on how to help others in your life (or yourself!) with practical issues people face every day.
|301||Forgiveness (David Sperr and Charles Dickens)|
|302||Anger (Pastor Drew, Jeremy Smith, TJ Carney, and Matt Beach)|
|303–304||Anxiety and Depression (ladies only class; Penny Merck and Cyndi Bennett)|
|204||Fear (Pastor Randy and John Hill)|
Join us for Vacation Bible School June 10-14th from 8:45-12:00 every day! As they examine the events surrounding the tower of Babel, kids will learn that God is calling people from every tribe and nation through his Son, Jesus Christ, the Savior of the world. And that he wants us to share this good news in kindness and love with our neighbors nearby and far away. THE INCREDIBLE RACE is open for children entering the 1st grade to those entering 6th grade. In addition, they will enjoy fun with games, snacks, and crafts. Get a free T-shirt when you REGISTER HERE!
On Friday, May 10, 2019 Harvest Baptist Youth will host ALCATRAZ, a youth event unlike any other. There will be games, food, and a 300+ ft. cardboard maze to navigate and find your way out. There's only one way out. Choose wisely. Register here. Cost is $5 for “church teens,” visitors are free.
You are invited!
Harvest Baptist Church invites you to join with us as we dedicate our newly built Welcome Center to the Glory of God.
Installation Service for Pastor Randy Hibbs
Please join us this Sunday Evening, March 10th, for a special installation service for Rev. Randy L. Hibbs as Associate Pastor of Discipleship. During the service, we will rejoice in how God has clearly led through this process. After the service, plan to stay for a time of food and fellowship!
Beginning February 3, 2019 we will have the following dual service schedule on Sundays:
8:15am– Worship Service
9:45am– Sunday School
11:00am– Worship Service (streamed)
6:00pm– Evening Service (streamed)
Please join us this Sunday, December 16 for our annual Christmas Cantata starting at 6pm. Lessons and Carols features traditional Christmas carols with choir, orchestra, and congregation as well as Scripture readings on Christ’s birth.
In preparation for painting and carpeting the auditorium, many came to help during the Sunday Evening Service on October 28th to clear out the chairs and rip up the carpet. We are so appreciative of everyone who pitched in to make it possible! You can watch the action in the video below.
Two drone videos of framing work.
Some more photos: