A Safe Harbor
for All People

Harbor is worshipping in-person each week with no prior sign-up necessary. Masks covering the nose & mouth are required and social distancing guidelines are in place. Harbor’s staff continues to sanitize before and between services. 

If you prefer to participate in worship virtually, both services on May 9, 2021 are live-streamed on Harbor’s Facebook page and through these YouTube links:

9am – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNESBLau1k4

11am – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RxSc2aqWYBk

SUNDAY WORSHIP

Traditional Worship – 9:00 AM

Our Traditional Service features hymns accompanied by choir and piano led by Jennifer Roden. Pastors deliver Bible-based sermons each week.

Contemporary Worship – 11:00 AM

Our Contemporary Service incorporates multi-media messages and praise worship led by Mollie Philbin and Pastor Russ Nanney.

Sunday School for all ages – Suspended until further notice

Sunday School from 10:10 – 10:50 a.m.

Nursery care provided for all ages 6 weeks –  3 years old from 8:30 A.M. – 12:15  P.M.

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Mid-Week Morsel - May 5, 2021 Scripture: Acts 10:1-34 (Read it here: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts+10%3A1-34&version=NIV) Reflection: Do you ever dream at night? Do you ever remember your dreams the next day? I do, and sometimes my dreams are so bizarre. I think a dream analyst would have a field day interpreting my dreams. Imagine what Peter thought after dreaming about all of those “unholy and unclean” animals coming out of the sky on a sheet. And then being told to go and kill and eat them? That was against the Jewish laws and beliefs. Why would God tell him to do that? Because the message wasn’t about food at all....it was about people and acceptance. God wanted Peter to meet with Cornelius in his home, even though at the time, this was unheard of. The Jews and Gentiles did not congregate in the same building but God wanted Peter to minister to the Gentiles in Cornelius’ home for a reason. The point of Peter’s dream was to show him that all of God’s creatures are “clean” and worthy of His love. Bringing the Jews and the Gentiles together was the beginning of letting certain prejudices go. This was part of God’s mission, and I believe still is today. I used to teach my fifth graders to break words apart in order to understand their meaning. If we break the word “prejudice” apart we get pre/judge, which means to judge before or to form an opinion about before we know anything. We are all prone to prejudice in some form or another. We tend to judge others in order to justify ourselves and our actions. It is easier to condemn others who are different rather than learn about and accept them as individuals. There are so many prejudices today - racial, cultural, gender, religious, political, socio-economic, educational, disability, weight, geographic, sexual orientation, age, etc........ Why? Why do we hold these things against people? Why do we prejudge people without even knowing anything about them? With our current social climate, prejudice has reared its ugly head. Though these prejudices have always been around, they seem to be more widely known and accepted these days. We need to change that. In order for God to use us effectively to carry out His mission, He must first break us of our prejudices. Because, at the end of the day, we are ALL God’s children and He loves ALL of us, not just a chosen few. God shows no favoritism. Breath Prayer: Lord, release me of my prejudices. Prayer Emphasis: To put our prejudices to death and accept and treat everyone as individuals. Daily Challenge: Make a list of your prejudices. What can you do to help break these barriers of prejudice and treat all people as equals?
Mid-Week Morsel - May 5, 2021

Scripture: Acts 10:1-34 (Read it here: www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Acts+10%3A1-34&version=NIV)

Reflection: Do you ever dream at night? Do you ever remember your dreams the next day? I do, and sometimes my dreams are so bizarre. I think a dream analyst would have a field day interpreting my dreams.

Imagine what Peter thought after dreaming about all of those “unholy and unclean” animals coming out of the sky on a sheet. And then being told to go and kill and eat them? That was against the Jewish laws and beliefs. Why would God tell him to do that? Because the message wasn’t about food at all....it was about people and acceptance. God wanted Peter to meet with Cornelius in his home, even though at the time, this was unheard of. The Jews and Gentiles did not congregate in the same building but God wanted Peter to minister to the Gentiles in Cornelius’ home for a reason. The point of Peter’s dream was to show him that all of God’s creatures are “clean” and worthy of His love. Bringing the Jews and the Gentiles together was the beginning of letting certain prejudices go. This was part of God’s mission, and I believe still is today.

I used to teach my fifth graders to break words apart in order to understand their meaning. If we break the word “prejudice” apart we get pre/judge, which means to judge before or to form an opinion about before we know anything. We are all prone to prejudice in some form or another. We tend to judge others in order to justify ourselves and our actions. It is easier to condemn others who are different rather than learn about and accept them as individuals.

There are so many prejudices today - racial, cultural, gender, religious, political, socio-economic, educational, disability, weight, geographic, sexual orientation, age, etc........ Why? Why do we hold these things against people? Why do we prejudge people without even knowing anything about them? With our current social climate, prejudice has reared its ugly head. Though these prejudices have always been around, they seem to be more widely known and accepted these days. We need to change that. In order for God to use us effectively to carry out His mission, He must first break us of our prejudices.

Because, at the end of the day, we are ALL God’s children and He loves ALL of us, not just a chosen few. God shows no favoritism.

Breath Prayer: Lord, release me of my prejudices.

Prayer Emphasis: To put our prejudices to death and accept and treat everyone as individuals.

Daily Challenge: Make a list of your prejudices. What can you do to help break these barriers of prejudice and treat all people as equals?
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Harbor Community, You are invited to participate in Sunday Worship May 10, 2021. No sign-up is needed for in-person worship, and for those who are still more comfortable participating virtually, follow these links: 9am - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNESBLau1k4 11am - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RxSc2aqWYBk
Harbor Community,
You are invited to participate in Sunday Worship May 10, 2021.
No sign-up is needed for in-person worship, and for those who are still more comfortable participating virtually, follow these links:

9am - www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNESBLau1k4

11am - www.youtube.com/watch?v=RxSc2aqWYBk
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