Communion this Sunday!
Sunday, April 26th
We are having communion this Sunday during our Facebook Live stream service. If you can get grape juice or red wine and bread, that's great! If not, please don't fret; you are still welcome to partake with whatever it is that you do have.
Sunday Services Are Now Streaming on Facebook Live and Youtube
Yes, it's okay to watch church in your pajamas. All sermons can also be found on our website.
New Zoom Life Groups Now Forming!
Feeling alone at home? Are you getting cabin fever? Do you miss connecting with those at The Harbor Church? Would you like to have some Christian fellowship during the week? Maybe you need to join a Life Group at The Harbor Church.
As you know, due to COVID-19, we can’t meet in person in groups of over five people. So how do we do Life Groups? The answer is by meeting on a Zoom video chat. If you would like to be part of a new Zoom Life Group at The Harbor Church, please click HERE and scroll down to the Zoom Life Group sign-up section.
If you would like to be part of a new Life Group that is starting tonightclick HERE at 7:00pm.
Men's Prayer Meeting on Zoom
Wednesday April 29th, 7:00pm
The men at The Harbor Church will be having a special prayer meeting on Zoom. To sign-up contact Bob Hartman at [email protected]
Becoming a Church Member
Becoming a member of The Harbor Church means that you are not just attending our church, but that you are actually a part of our church. It means you belong. It means that you are not on the outside looking in, but rather a real, active, and valued member of our loving, caring, and safe church family. Beyond that, it means that you agree with our teaching, that you are committed to using your gifts, talents, and resources to see our church flourish and grow, and that you identify The Harbor Church as your church home. If you have been attending our church worship services for at least three weeks, we encourage you to pursue becoming a church member. To get things started or to learn more click the link HERE.
Are you experiencing financial difficulties due to the impact of COVID-19?
If you attend The Harbor Church and have lost your job or had a reduction in hours and are unable to provide food for your family, make a rent or mortgage payment, need help covering medical expenses, utility costs or other practical material, our church may be able to provide some short-term assistance. For details, please contact the church office HERE.
Groceries and Errands
If you or someone you know is over the age of 60 or have a compromised immune system and are concerned about being out in public due to the coronavirus COV-19 pandemic, please allow The Harbor Church to take care of grocery shopping or errand running for you. You can request assistance on our webpage HERE or by sending an email to [email protected]
*To stay up to date with scheduled events, go to our website.