Harvest Bible Chapel is a church existing to glorify God and make disciples. Our story is still being written, as God continues to change lives by His Spirit through the ministries and people of our church.
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We’re seeking to lead people further into a life-altering relationship with the living God—and our worship services reflect that. The authority of God’s Word is preached without apology and His Son is exalted with gratitude and adoration.
When Pastor Trent is out of town, our Pastoral staff and, occasionally, guest preachers supply preaching. Sermons are captured on audio and are available by Monday at noon on our website.
Children’s Ministry for boys and girls from birth through sixth grade is provided.
The mission of our ministry is to glorify God by making disciples—to fulfill the Great Commission in the spirit of the great commandment (Matthew 28:19-20; Matthew 22:37).
Our obedience to this mission is the foundation of every Harvest ministry. From worship services to Children’s Ministry to Student and Adult Ministries, our chief aim is to make authentic disciples of Christ who follow His ways in their Worship, their Walk, and their Work.
Disciple-making is to be worked out mutually in ministry to one another. We believe it’s not about one or a small number of pastors bearing the total responsibility to care for the entire congregation (Ephesians 4:11-12). Rather it’s about all disciples using their God-given spiritual gifts to provide mutual ministry, in the context of a vibrant and strong local church.
Our primary means to develop these gifts, and to build up and serve one another is through our Small Group Ministry. Everyone who calls Harvest their church home is strongly encouraged to take part in a small group where the Scriptures are opened, lives are shared and prayer is upheld. Small group ministry even takes place within our Student and Children’s Ministries. We have several groups to accommodate different situations, and new groups are continually forming.