What to Expect at Harvest Church of God

what to expect

Visit us and expect to meet Jesus. Harvest Church is a multi-generational church where people of all races, backgrounds and walks of life come together to worship, grow in their relationship with God and discover authentic relationships. From students to professionals, preschoolers to senior adults, we have ministries designed specifically for every member of your family. Our prayer is that, through the ministry of Harvest Church, you will experience first hand the love and power of Christ. We trust that you will discover Harvest to be a church full of people who love God and are excited to serve Him.

When should I arrive?
Our Sunday morning worship service begins at 10 am. Plan to arrive about 15 minutes before the service starts. This should allow plenty of time for parking and to walk your children to their classes.

What should I wear?
You will find a wide variety of dress at Harvest. From suits to jeans, from dressy to casual, It’s up to you!

What do you have for kids?
We love seeing children enjoy coming to church and loving God! We have age-specific nursery and school-age classes available for children 6 weeks through 6th grade. We believe children should learn from a young age to have a real and active relationship with God through his son Jesus Christ. If this is your first time at Harvest, you may fill out our First Time Guest Form for your child, located on our forms page or the Kids City page. Please print this form off or fill it out online. This will help speed up the registration process upon your visit to Kid City.

What about youth?
If you are in Jr. or Sr. High School, Thrive Student Ministry is the place to be! Every Wednesday night from 6:30 – 8:30 pm, Thrive meets for an incredible time of worship with awesome music and life changing messages in our student center. For more information about Thrive Student Ministries, visit the student page found under the ministries section.

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