Easter 2021 at Harvest

Easter looks a little different this year. Our pastor’s vision for this Easter is to provide HOPE to those who experienced loss and hardship in their lifetime.
As a church, we will focus on sharing that HOPE by combining our resources to partner with Restoration House who is already serving survivors of human trafficking. We will also be prayerfully seeking out those people in our life who need to hear about Christ’s Redeeming Love.

HOPE in Worship: Weekly Devotions & Prayer Services

Each week, a weekly devotion and prayer diary are included in your handouts. We ask that you use these resources so our church body can pray together (corporately) as we prepare for Easter.
On Sunday evenings at 5:30, join us for prayer as we boldly approach the Lord as a church and focus our prayer on relevant areas of upreach, inreach and outreach.

HOPE in Outreach: Harvest Teams + You = Message Received

Starting March 14th, invitation kits are available in the lobby. Our Harvest Teams are prayerfully reaching their neighbors, families and friends and sharing invitations to our Easter services. Join forces with a Harvest Team or grab some invitation kits and canvas your neighborhood, sharing invitations to hear God’s Word at Harvest on Easter Sunday.

HOPE in Giving: Restoration House

We are partnering with Restoration House, bringing hope to survivors of human trafficking through love, guidance and the assurance of a long-term home. Our pastor is asking our church to raise $6,000 to present to Restoration House on Easter Sunday.

If you’d like to give towards this goal, make sure to designate FOCUS FUND on your check or giving envelope memo. Or, give online.

Why Restoration House?

R|H provides housing, food, healthcare, therapy, education, emotional and spiritual counseling, and job skill training without charge, without discrimination, to adult women and minor girl survivors of human trafficking.

Learn to Recognize the Signs of Sex Trafficking

OnWatch™ is a survivor-led training designed to empower you to spot, report, and prevent sex trafficking where you live, work, and play. Through true survivor experiences, industry experts explain the key indicators of trafficking, as well as how you can support a survivor’s path to freedom.

Easter for Kids

On Easter Sunday (April 4), we have services for Harvest Kids at 9 & 10:30 a.m.
Our Easter Egg Hunt follows our 10:30 service on the Harvest lawn, weather permitting. All children will leave with some Easter gifts.
Our Harvest Kids teachers and leaders have a fun-filled morning focused on the Easter story prepared for your children.