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"Should a tyrant succeed in destroying the Holy Scriptures
and only a single copy of the Epistle to the Romans and the Gospel
according to John escape him, Christianity would be saved." —Martin Luther

Our preferred method of studying scripture at Harvest is to walk through a passage, chapter, or book of the Bible verse-by-verse.

PAST SERMON SERIES

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By Faith

Faith is the substance on which we base our life. It is the evidence of things not seen. In this sermon series, we study faith through a verse-by-verse study of Hebrews 11.

Ruth

Our preferred method of studying scripture at Harvest is to walk through a passage, chapter, or book of the Bible verse-by-verse. In this sermon series, we walk verse-by-verse through Ruth and learn God's plan for a big little love story.

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The Weary World Rejoices

For centuries, the people of God hoped for someone to come to their rescue. Instead, they were helplessly sinful and broken beyond repair. That first Christmas, the arrival of Jesus, was what they had hoped for. He came to free them from their bondage and despair, forgive them for the endless way they had gone astray, and heal their broken hearts. 

Out of Slavery

In this sermon series, learn from Scripture how to break free and find freedom from the slavery of money.

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Thanks for Nothing

This study of Joseph's life shows how you can give thanks even through the worst circumstances.

Ornaments

of Grace

Rebels. Embarrassments. Outcasts.

These are the type of people that Matthew draws attention to in the lineage of Christ. 

John

Our preferred method of studying scripture at Harvest is to walk through a passage, chapter, or book of the Bible verse-by-verse.

The purpose of the book of John is summed up in John 20:31 "But these are written, that ye might believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing ye might have life through his name."

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Together for

the Gospel

What does a fashion designer, ex jailor, and a previously demon possessed woman have in common?

Visit our Campus

224 Harvest Lane, Natrona Heights, PA

Worship Times

Sundays

Early Service:

Worship Service @ 9:00 am

Sunday School Classes @ 9:15 am

 

Main Service:

Main Worship Service @ 10:30 am

Sunday School Classes @ 10:30 am

 

Evening Worship Service @ 6:00 pm

Wednesdays

Group Bible Studies @ 7:00 pm

Youth Programs @ 7:00 pm

What to expect at Harvest

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Is there a dress code?

We want you to feel comfortable and relaxed when you come to Harvest. There is no dress code. Sundays are exciting and we want you to feel at home. On any given Sunday, you may see those dressed in suits and ties and others in their work clothes. What matters to us is that you have come to worship Jesus with us!

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How long are the services?

In total, you can expect the service to be about 75 minutes. Our services begin with our choir singing an uplifting song. Our worship leader will then lead the church in music with song lyrics projected on the screens so you can sing along and engage with us in worship. After the music portion of the service, one of our pastors will share a Bible message from our current message series.

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What about my kids?

We believe that our kids are not just the future of our church but an active part of it, and at Harvest, we make kids a priority. Because of that, we have a very detailed check-in process that ensures your child is safe and well taken care of. You may want to give yourself a few extra minutes to get your children signed in for Kid City for the first time. Kid City is offered for both of our Sunday morning services and Wednesday Bible studies for infants through 6th grade.

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you're coming!

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