We invite you to join your Harvest family to attend
one of three Christmas Eve services!
If your children will be with you in the service, they will also need to be registered.
Childcare will be provided up to age 3. Please indicate childcare requirements during registration.
Since we will see you at one of these special evening worship events,
we will not be holding services on Sunday morning, December 24.
Jesus said, “It is more blessed to give than to receive” (Acts 20:35). Let’s live out that truth through our Harvest Helps Christmas 2017 initiative. Choose from the following giving and serving opportunities, each of which expresses our heart to assist those in need and show them the love of Christ.
Prison Fellowship Canada’s Angel Tree Christmas program connects church communities and individuals with the families of inmates through the delivery of a Christmas gifts on behalf of the incarcerated parent. Your donation will help to get gifts to First Nations children in remote areas.
The Harvest churches in Cameroon struggle in many areas. Your gift will help them meet a variety of needs as they worship Christ, walk with Christ, and work for Christ in their cities.
We are actively engaged in our multi-year 5000 Hours initiative, with a goal of contributing that much time in community service to various agencies. Remember Jesus’ words in Matthew 25:40 that “whatever you do to the least of these you do to me.”
Browse the website and find a spot to serve on your own, with your family or friends, or as a small group and then record your hours on the website. Two great seasonal opportunities to consider are Barrie & District Christmas Cheer and the Salvation Army Christmas Kettles.