Life at Harvest
At Harvest, children are a top priority! Our Kids Church programme provides a safe environment where children can enjoy great learning and loving relationships, this is for children ages 3 to 11. Each Sunday during our morning service a group of caring, trained adults effectively communicate truths from the Bible in a creative and enthusiastic way. Our Kids Services commence after the offering and run alongside our adult services.
On a Monday evening we have our fantastic Monday Club for kids of primary school age in the Community. Jam packed with activities, the kids enjoy an amazing time and also have an opportunity to hear about God. Hillhouse Community Centre 7pm.
For more information or if you would like to speak to someone regarding our Kids ministry please contact email@example.com
Oasis Cafe is a FREE brunch that we run in Hillhouse Community Centre, 11.30am - 1.00pm on the 1st Saturday of the month, we serve hot rolls and pastries all washed down with Tea and Coffee. There are crafts for the children and a pamper room for the ladies too. Oasis Cafe is normally on the first Saturday of the month, but please check our Events page for more information.
Oasis Cafe 2018 dates
3rd March, 7th April, 5th May, 2nd June, 4th August, 1st September, 6th October, 3rd November, 1st December.
If you would like to know more about this ministry please contact the church by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We believe in the power of God to heal us physically and emotionally, but we also recognise the importance of having someone available to support through life's difficult circumstances.
We have a ministry which allows you to speak to an experienced counsellor whatever your situation and although at this stage we have limited availability we will do our best to refer you on to other friends and partners who have similar training if we cannot accommodate you.
For further information email us at email@example.com or contact us on 07516 921235
As a church we recognise the difference prayer makes, that's why we take time in the middle of our week to support those in and around our church community by specifically praying for them.
We know life can be busy so we have two time slots, 6.30-7.30am and 12.30-1.30pm allowing those who want to come before work and those who want to come on their lunch break to get involved.
Please check the Events page for more information
Who are we?
We’re a group of women who love the Lord and want to know Him more. We are daughters, mothers, singles, wives, widows, grandmothers and friends. We are His Beloved. And we are on a journey...
What do we do?
We meet to be encouraged in the Lord and support each other. We get together several times throughout the year for different events put on by the Harvest women's ministry. It could be for a morning breakfast with a speaker, an evening of personal prayer, or a night of worship. And we love to have coffee and cake! We also support other women's events and will keep you informed of what's happening in our community and the nation.
We gather to develop a closer relationship with Jesus, to learn His ways and hear His voice. We also want to learn from each other and have FUN together!
Who can come?
Every woman of every age and background is welcome. We believe that unity in the Body of Christ will bring glory to God and good fruit in our lives and spheres of influence. The journey is meant to be shared, so that each of us receives and gives out from our abilities, gifts, Godly wisdom and experience.
Who do I speak to?
Liz Nolan, Heather Bath and Linda Miller oversee this ministry at Harvest. We bless you and welcome you to join us.
We love to get together from time to time to chat, eat, have a laugh, eat and much more (mainly food related). For men of all ages...contact Danny Martin or John Bath for more info and check out the Events section for upcoming activities.
In Harvest the welfare and wellbeing of the church family is very important to us, that's why we have a team of people in place called the Care team. Their heart is to practically meet the needs of the Harvest church family as they arise.
This includes visiting the elderly and sick, supporting new mums in those first few weeks, sending flowers or a card on those special dates and looking out for those that need to be encouraged.