Isolation doesn't mean you have to be alone.
Scroll down to see lots of ways you and your family can enjoy health-giving community even when we can't physically be together.
Live, interactive online meetings
Harvest City Kids & Youth
Harvest City's Children's Ministry is providing fun activities, resources and teaching on a regular basis, to keep kids and parents connected.
Parents can stay connected with other parents and families, to share your thoughts, creative ideas, and encouragements by joining our...
Parents' Facebook Group
Normally, Harvest City’s Life Groups meet in homes regularly (in many cases, weekly). During this COVID-19 time, when health authorities are calling for physical distancing, a number of Life Groups are finding other ways to connect and care for one another.
Use the button above for help with checking out Life Groups.
There are a number of ways to stay in the loop with the latest goings-on around Harvest City, including:
- Subscribe to Harvest City's email notices (weekly + occasional special notices).
- Go to Harvest City's Facebook page and give it a "Like" so you can receive news notifications and join in the commenting and sharing there.
- Visit Harvest City's YouTube channel to access our video library, subscribe, and receive notifications about live streams.
And while you're on our Subscribe page, you may want to sign up for RightNow Media under Harvest City's subscription. That will give you access to thousands of Christian video resources, with something for everyone.
Updates about our missions partners
As much as we are inconvenienced and challenged by all the COVID-19 changes, things are even more stressful for many of the self-sacrificing men and women we have come to know and love through our Global Focus missions outreach.
To know how you can pray and help,
stay informed by checking these updates regularly.
"A person standing alone can be attacked and defeated, but two can stand back-to-back and conquer. Three are even better, for a triple-braided cord is not easily broken." (Ecclesiastes 4:12 NLT)