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Sign-up is necessary for in-person worship due to COVID regulations. To sign up for this coming Sunday, April 25, please use the following links:

9am: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/805084AA4A923AAF94-april7

11am: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/805084AA4A923AAF94-april8

Or participate virtually using these links:

9am: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kreUZ9IwRx4

11am: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4uLk8vOsUI

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.

CLICK HERE to view our calendar.

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Harbor Community, You are invited to participate in Worship on Sunday, April 25 either in-person or virtually. Please use the links below. For in-person worship, remember to sign-in once you have arrived using the green “connect card”. This confirms that you are attending and helps us know who needs care. Thank you for consistently filling out those cards! Sign-up for in-person worship: 9am- https://www.signupgenius.com/go/805084AA4A923AAF94-april7 11am - https://www.signupgenius.com/go/805084AA4A923AAF94-april8 Participate virtually via YouTube: 9am - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kreUZ9IwRx4 11am - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4uLk8vOsUI
Harbor Community,
You are invited to participate in Worship on Sunday, April 25 either in-person or virtually. Please use the links below.

For in-person worship, remember to sign-in once you have arrived using the green “connect card”. This confirms that you are attending and helps us know who needs care. Thank you for consistently filling out those cards!

Sign-up for in-person worship:

9am- www.signupgenius.com/go/805084AA4A923AAF94-april7

11am - www.signupgenius.com/go/805084AA4A923AAF94-april8

Participate virtually via YouTube:

9am - www.youtube.com/watch?v=kreUZ9IwRx4

11am - www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4uLk8vOsUI
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Mid-Week Morsel - April 21, 2021 Scripture: 2 John 1-6 (Read it here: https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2+John+1%3A1-6&version=NIV) Reflection: Today would have been my father’s 95th birthday. We lost him in 2009, but believe me, many in my family still feel his presence with us every day. He was an extraordinary man in many ways, and at the same time, a humble, simple man. As I read today’s scripture in preparation for this morsel, I immediately thought of the plaque that is pictured here. For some reason, as a little girl, I bought this for Daddy as a Christmas present! Looking back, I realize it was a very odd gift to give my farming father; but there it is. I bought it because even as a little girl I saw these things exhibited in him. Fun, truth, and love. And then here is the Apostle John speaking about similar things. Verse 3 of today’s passage speaks of grace, mercy, peace, truth & love. And while fun is never mentioned by John, I can see the relation of grace, mercy, and peace giving us those same content feelings and emotions that we get from the everyday experience of fun. Perhaps this is bad theology but stick with me a moment. When we offer grace and mercy to others, there is a kind of joy and contentment to our life. When we are able to live in peace, we are happier and more satisfied with our days. And if we add fun, the enjoyment of daily living grows and grows. Grace, mercy & peace may not exactly equal fun, but I’m putting them in the same ballpark! John goes on to focus more on truth and love. He finds joy (fun?) in the knowledge that the reader has been walking in the truth. In just four short verses, we read the word ‘truth’ four times; seems he’s serious about it! In these confusing days of alternate truths (depending on which news service you follow), perhaps we should read this passage every morning for a while to get us back on track. But finally…love. It’s all about the new commandment to love one another. John defines love as walking in obedience to God’s commands. “As you have heard from the beginning, his command is that you walk in love.” Or as the odd gift from a child to her father says, “Fun is good, truth is better, and love is best of all.” Breath Prayer: Father God, help me walk in love today. Prayer Emphasis: Anyone grieving the death of a parent. Daily Challenge: Reach out to a family member or friend and share a memory of fun! Submitted by Claire Young
Mid-Week Morsel - April 21, 2021

Scripture: 2 John 1-6 (Read it here: www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=2+John+1%3A1-6&version=NIV)

Reflection: Today would have been my father’s 95th birthday. We lost him in 2009, but believe me, many in my family still feel his presence with us every day. He was an extraordinary man in many ways, and at the same time, a humble, simple man.

As I read today’s scripture in preparation for this morsel, I immediately thought of the plaque that is pictured here. For some reason, as a little girl, I bought this for Daddy as a Christmas present! Looking back, I realize it was a very odd gift to give my farming father; but there it is. I bought it because even as a little girl I saw these things exhibited in him. Fun, truth, and love.

And then here is the Apostle John speaking about similar things. Verse 3 of today’s passage speaks of grace, mercy, peace, truth & love. And while fun is never mentioned by John, I can see the relation of grace, mercy, and peace giving us those same content feelings and emotions that we get from the everyday experience of fun. Perhaps this is bad theology but stick with me a moment. When we offer grace and mercy to others, there is a kind of joy and contentment to our life. When we are able to live in peace, we are happier and more satisfied with our days. And if we add fun, the enjoyment of daily living grows and grows. Grace, mercy & peace may not exactly equal fun, but I’m putting them in the same ballpark!

John goes on to focus more on truth and love. He finds joy (fun?) in the knowledge that the reader has been walking in the truth. In just four short verses, we read the word ‘truth’ four times; seems he’s serious about it! In these confusing days of alternate truths (depending on which news service you follow), perhaps we should read this passage every morning for a while to get us back on track.

But finally…love. It’s all about the new commandment to love one another. John defines love as walking in obedience to God’s commands. “As you have heard from the beginning, his command is that you walk in love.”

Or as the odd gift from a child to her father says, “Fun is good, truth is better, and love is best of all.”

Breath Prayer: Father God, help me walk in love today.

Prayer Emphasis: Anyone grieving the death of a parent.

Daily Challenge: Reach out to a family member or friend and share a memory of fun!

Submitted by Claire Young
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