-Sunday Worship. Join us for one of our two services and bring your friends as we continue to meet with COVID safety guidelines in place. We worship in-person for Alpha and Omega services while we live-stream our Omega Service. This Sunday, we’ll continue our sermon series called, “What a Friend We Have in Jesus” as P.DL preaches on how Jesus was a friend to a woman who had been shamefully bleeding for 12 years. We will also hear a testimony from high school senior Sarah Park, who confirmed her faith publicly last week. Please pray for our services, for our worshipers, and for all who serve and lead, including our presider P.Josiah, our preacher P.DL, Sarah Park, and Brian Min and our praise leaders. Let’s come early, eager, and ready ready to worship and to give your best to the Lord.
-Prayer Meeting. Wednesday Prayer Meetings will be meeting IN-PERSON in the Kingdom Keepers Sanctuary in the Education Building, starting at 7pm each week.
-Praise and Prayer Night. Our next Praise and Prayer Night will be held on Friday, November 5 at 7pm. This is a time for both youth and adults of our church to come together to worship God, hear the Word, and to pray and worship together with others. Child care is NOT provided but children who are of age can join their parents or play in the conference room.
-Three Strand Prayer. Our Three-Strand Prayer Meetings will take place from November 1-11. Registration is now open and will be every Sunday after Omega Service. Anyone is welcome to partner with two others and join for ten days of morning prayer on Zoom. Zoom doors open at 5.50am and we will start at 6am. Those who come can find two other people to form a prayer strand of three people to pray for one another and for their urgent prayer topics for ten days in a row. Last year, many people saw prayers answered and were blessed and strengthened. This year, we will read through Dane Ortlund’s book, “Gentle and Lowly” which is available online. You can also pick one up on Sundays for $10, which will be returned to you once you finish the book.
Start thinking about what your urgent prayer requests will be and who your prayer trio will be. Talk to them and register this Sunday.
-Baptism/Confirmation Class. The four-week class to prepare candidates concludes this week. Statements of faith will be due.
-Harvest 101. This Sunday is the first day of Harvest 101. These are our “Meet Harvest” Classes. It will begin around 12.30 and go until 2pm in our conference room. Harvest 101 is a prerequisite for membership and for serving in different areas of our church life. It is also required for most people wanting to commit to a house church. There is no commitment if you take the class but it is where you will learn about the vision, values, mission, and other information about Harvest. Class will meet October 17, 24, and 31.
-Serving our Church. If you’re looking for new ways to serve or want to get involved for the first time, here is the link to a short survey of interests: http://www.harvestkpco.org/news/service-form
-Women Serving Opportunity. As a way to build fellowship amongst the sisters of Harvest, there is a service opportunity Christian Service Center downtown on Saturday, November 6th from 9am-1pm. Those serving can eat lunch together afterwards. Please talk to JP Kwak ([email protected]) or complete the form to serve together: https://forms.gle/Tgr8g9cZF6hUq2fM7
-First Family Volunteer Day - First Saturday of Every Month. The First Saturday Family Volunteer Day brings families or large groups together to serve on the first Saturday of each month at the downtown location. Duties may include, but are not limited to: light outdoor landscaping, indoor and outdoor cleaning, indoor and outdoor painting, light clerical work, food and clothing donation sorting. Please talk to JP Kwak ([email protected]) with any questions or to sign up.
*Individual volunteer registration is not necessary via their website since our church is registered as a group*
-Serving Breakfast. Some of our servants arrive early on Sunday morning to lead our church in worship by serving at Alpha and Omega services. If you would like to serve breakfast for about 10-15 servants, please talk to Jaime Fan
-Join a House Church. Anyone who would like to be placed in a house church can fill out a house church application found here.
Youth and Children Ministry News
-SNF - On Saturdays, our youth ministry gathers for Saturday Night Fellowship starting with dinner at 5pm. This weekend we continue our series on “I Wish Someone Had Told Me”. This week’s topic is anxiety, insecurity, and depression. Come prayerfully and bring a friend who needs to hear this message.
SNF is our youth ministry’s main weekly gathering, with typical meetings including times of praise, teaching, prayer, and small groups, in addition to exciting activities to bring our youth into deeper community. Small groups are on a break until the new school year begins. Please bring your own water bottles and a Bible and journal and writing utensil to SNF. For more info on our youth ministry or if you would like to receive youth ministry-related emails, email our youth pastor Josiah at [email protected]
-Youth - ParTAY. Disciples grow as parents and church work hand in hand to raise children in the faith. Our youth ministry’s Parents, Teacher, And Youth Time will be held on Sunday, October 17 after Omega worship service. Parents will “Meet the Teacher” so that parents and teachers can disciple our youth together.
-Heavenly Celebration. The theme for our annual All Saints Day celebration on October 31 is, “The Greatest Story Ever Told.” This children’s event takes place at 4.30pm and will include Bible time, worship, games, food, and fun. Admission is free. Bring your friends out and talk to Mrs. Jeannie for more information.