Sheila Walsh – Praying Women Live Simulcast

Join other women at Harvest Community on February 5- 7:45 pm for a live simulcast with Shelia Walsh.  Come at 7:00 pm for coffee/tea, desserts, fellowship.

Prayer changes you and it changes the world. You may have tried before, but if you’re ready to start again in your relationship with God, discover how to become a strong praying woman.

Shoebox Time

Shoebox Time

Update – November 25, 2019. The boxes are on their way to the regional drop off center – 111 of them! We exceeded our goal of 100 boxes this year. Thank you everyone who helped in any way to make this happen.


is coming on July 9. Kids ages 4 thru 5th grade are invited to share in the dangerous Journey of Paul, the Apostle. Sessions will be Tuesday through Friday, 6-8 pm. Friday’s session will conclude with an ice cream social for all family members. Watch for a link to pre-register your child(ren).

Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Packing Party

The kids and adults packed 61 boxes that were sent to the distribution center and from there will go to children around the world.  Thanks to all who helped!

On Sunday, November 18 our Sunday School classes will work on filling shoe boxes  with toys, hygiene items, school supplies etc. to be sent to Operation Christmas Child through Samaritan’s Purse.

Treasure Hunt Event

This event has been rescheduled for February 2, 2019 2-4 pm. An event for the entire family. Free and Fun! Castaways will move through a variety of stations that reveal the amazing treasure we receive when we’re friends with JESUS. Each station helps kids and their families find all they need in Jesus – friendship, comfort, help, do-overs, and power!  Click Here for Tickets

Babylon Day 1

The Marketplace is abuzz. There is talk of someone named Daniel, who was taken captive and is in the charge of Ashpenaz, a very important man in Babylon – the king’s chief of staff. He is the one who changed Daniel’s name to Belteshazzar. He also changed the names of Daniel’s three friends to Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego. What strange names!