A Safe Harbor
for All People

Harbor is worshipping in-person each week with no prior sign-up necessary. Although the mask mandate has been lifted, masks and social distancing are still encouraged, especially for those not yet vaccinated. Harbor’s staff continues to sanitize before and between services. 

If you prefer to participate in worship virtually, both services on June 20, 2021 are live-streamed on Harbor’s Facebook page and through these YouTube links:

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

11am – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QS_Wy4f7i-U

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 - June 16, 2021 Scripture: Luke 6:43-45 (Read it here: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke+6%3A43-45&version=NIV) Reflection: With everything that has been going on these last few years in our denomination and in our country, I have thought about these verses a lot. Not too long ago I was watching the news (something I do too much of for my own good) and I heard a politician, not going to say who, say something that I thought was a bit strange for this particular person given the history of their words and actions. Apparently, I was not the only one as the anchor asked a spokesperson about the comment. What happened next was interesting. Instead of answering the anchor, the spokesperson asked the anchor why she needed an explanation, why could she not just believe what the politician had said and take the statement at face value. The anchor pointed out again that it did not line up with the politicians past statements or actions. I am not going to get into this persons political stance or even say what party they belong to. What I will say is it was hard to believe that they were producing different “fruit” than they had before. Verse 45 tells us, “A good person produces good from the good treasury of the inner self, while an evil person produces evil from the evil treasury of the inner self. The inner self overflows with words that are spoken.” To celebrate Harbor’s 25th anniversary we are celebrating our “Acts of Service.” Like me, I am sure you know people (not inside Harbor) that have performed good acts or said “the right thing” depending on who is watching or listening, yet it doesnt seem to fit them. We wonder what they are up to: what they are trying to obtain or who are they trying to impress. Again, it is hard to imagine someone producing “good fruit when they have historically shown that they are not that kind of a person. On the other hand, when you see a person who you know to be a genuine good person, do you question their reason or motivation? Probably not. We admire them. What do people say about each of us? Do they admire us for our fruits or do they question them? I hope it is the former. Breath Prayer: God, help my good deeds to be genuine and a true reflection of me. Prayer Emphasis: Harbor’s congregation to spread good fruits throughout Wilmington and beyond Daily Challenge: What “Acts of Service” have you done this week? Email them to 9125@harboronline.org Submitted by Matt Lawing
Mid-Week Morsel - June 16, 2021

Scripture: Luke 6:43-45 (Read it here: www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke+6%3A43-45&version=NIV)


Reflection: With everything that has been going on these last few years in our denomination and in our country, I have thought about these verses a lot.

Not too long ago I was watching the news (something I do too much of for my own good) and I heard a politician, not going to say who, say something that I thought was a bit strange for this particular person given the history of their words and actions. Apparently, I was not the only one as the anchor asked a spokesperson about the comment. What happened next was interesting. Instead of answering the anchor, the spokesperson asked the anchor why she needed an explanation, why could she not just believe what the politician had said and take the statement at face value. The anchor pointed out again that it did not line up with the politician's past statements or actions. I am not going to get into this person's political stance or even say what party they belong to. What I will say is it was hard to believe that they were producing different “fruit” than they had before.

Verse 45 tells us, “A good person produces good from the good treasury of the inner self, while an evil person produces evil from the evil treasury of the inner self. The inner self overflows with words that are spoken.” To celebrate Harbor’s 25th anniversary we are celebrating our “Acts of Service.” Like me, I am sure you know people (not inside Harbor) that have performed good acts or said “the right thing” depending on who is watching or listening, yet it doesn't seem to fit them. We wonder what they are up to: what they are trying to obtain or who are they trying to impress.

Again, it is hard to imagine someone producing “good fruit'' when they have historically shown that they are not that kind of a person. On the other hand, when you see a person who you know to be a genuine good person, do you question their reason or motivation? Probably not. We admire them. What do people say about each of us? Do they admire us for our fruits or do they question them? I hope it is the former.

Breath Prayer: God, help my good deeds to be genuine and a true reflection of me.

Prayer Emphasis: Harbor’s congregation to spread good fruits throughout Wilmington and beyond

Daily Challenge: What “Acts of Service” have you done this week? Email them to 9125@harboronline.org

Submitted by Matt Lawing
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You are invited to participate in worship with Harbor Church on Sunday, June 20th! We will be recognizing and celebrating College & High School Graduates at both 9am & 11am. For those who wish to participate virtually, services will be live-streamed on this page, or use these YouTube links: 9am - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WSSSKXgzkw 11am - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QS_Wy4f7i-U
You are invited to participate in worship with Harbor Church on Sunday, June 20th! We will be recognizing and celebrating College & High School Graduates at both 9am & 11am.

For those who wish to participate virtually, services will be live-streamed on this page, or use these YouTube links:
9am - www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WSSSKXgzkw
11am - www.youtube.com/watch?v=QS_Wy4f7i-U
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