Hello everyone! I have good news:
God is still on the throne and prayer changes things!
In light of the coronavirus we have a lot of people asking: Will we be having church on Sunday?
The answer is . . . OF COURSE!
However, due to the Governor’s request, we will NOT BE HAVING SERVICES ON-SITE THIS SUNDAY. All Harvest services will be ONLINE LIVE at www.harvest.org.
We need to hear God’s word and worship with His people more than ever.
There seems to be a lot of fear in America right now, especially in the light of COVID-19.
Listen: The promises of God are still true! God is bigger than the coronavirus.
And we at Harvest want to be there with a message of hope and assurance.
The mission of Harvest Christian Fellowship has always been to help people to know God and to make Him known. In light of all that is happening, Harvest is more determined than ever to reach as many people as we can with the life-changing message of Jesus Christ.
So, join us this Sunday in your homes for our service, and let your friends, co-workers, and neighbors know that we have a message of hope for everyone. We also want to ask you to help us share that message during this anxious time. Would you consider posting a one-line prayer on social media? Pray for our nation and for our leaders, pray for our healthcare providers, and for all of those in our country and around the world who are directly or indirectly affected by the coronavirus. We need God’s help.
This would also be a good time to download our app for your phone or tablet device.
There you can watch our service live wherever you are, but it’ll also provide lots of material for your spiritual growth.
Next week, we’ll let you know if we will be meeting together again, in person or online.
See you online this weekend!
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