UPDATED 12.13.2018.

-Staff News. Pray for Rev. Inki and Rev. DL and their families as they lead our church. Pray for vision and wisdom and protection. 

Pray for Josiah Cha, our ministry intern as he is also a student at Reformed Theological Seminary.  

Starting January 2019, Rev. Sung Jee Paek from Houston will serve as an associate pastor for Vision Church.

-Advent Morning Prayer. Harvest’s Advent Morning Prayer services continue this Saturday as Thailand HC Shepherd Eugene Kwak shares a devotion. 

Doors open at 5.45 for a time of silent, personal prayer.

Praise begins at 6.15, followed by a devotional and then time of personal prayer.

Attendees can leave whenever they are finished praying.

Attendees usually eat breakfast together after prayer meeting.

-Angel Tree Project. Angel Tree Project is a way for us to serve the families of people in prison, while also serving our neighbors and sharing the hope and love of Christ. The party will be held December 16 in our gym. Pray for this to be a powerful time of love, hope, and joy for us and those who come as guests.

Please come with a heart ready to welcome and engage our guests. Come with a heart to introduce yourself and engage in conversations with the children and their guardians. Pray that you will be a channel of light and hope to our guests.

The party will include food, worship, different stations, and gifts.  

If you would like to sponsor more children this Christmas season, consider talking to Joshua Ritter and serving through the “Shopping with a Firefighter” program.

-Christmas Presentations. There are several presentations going on for Christmas Day worship service for our whole church at 11am.

There are still opportunities to be in the choir. We would love two people from each house church to take part. If you would like to sing in a choir, talk to Margaret Fong. Practice is Sunday after worship service.

If you would like to play in an orchestra, talk to Brian Min.

If you would like to perform in a skit, talk to Michelle Shin.

-Books for Missionaries. Books are being collected for a seminary in Africa that our Korean Congregation is supporting. Talk to Chris Lee for more information.

-Design. If you would like to help design a t-shirt, baseball shirt, hat, hoodie, sticker, or insulated mug, talk to YK Lee ( or Jon Fong ( Merchandise will be available for pre-order for a limited time in the weeks to come.

-Harvest Podcast. Listen to sermons and testimonies at or at our podcast. Talk to Ryan Lee for info.

-Children’s Sunday Check-In and Check-Out. Kingdom Keeper is really trying to tighten security with our children so parents are being asked to check in and check-out their children. Check-in takes place at the entrance of the education building and check out is at the KK worship room after worship service.

Youth Ministry Announcements

-Saturday Night Fellowship. This weekend is our youth Christmas party! Come dressed in your pajamas for a night of fun and celebration. Those wanting to participate in a White Elephant Gift Exchange should bring a $15 gift with you and anyone who’d like to donate extra gifts can do so. Talk to Sarah Yi or other SLT members for info.

Here is a schedule for SNF for the next few weeks: 

12/22 - Showing Christ to Others // Josiah

12/29 - Reflection Workshop // Kenny

1/2-5/2019 – Youth Winter Retreat

1/5/19: No SNF due to youth retreat

If you have questions about SNF or our youth ministry, or if you want to provide a meal, or if you need a ride or can provide a ride, talk to Kenny Kuk or any of our youth leaders and please keep our youth ministry staff in prayer.

-Sign Up to Bring Food for SNF. If you’d like to sign up to bring food one Saturday night, please sign up on this Google doc

-Youth Winter Retreat. The regular registration/sibling discount deadline for students and counselors for our youth retreat is THIS SUNDAY, December 16.  The retreat will be held January 2-5, 2019 at Lakewood Retreat Center. Pastor Byung Ham will be preaching. For questions, talk to Minsun Kim, Kenny Kuk or PDL.  

All forms and payment should be given to Yoo Jin Hwang with checks made to “KPCO.” You can also talk to her to contribute to food costs or to help prepare meals. Visit: