Churchwide Connect Group Session begins January 27
Most people don’t know how to be honest about themselves. Even if we don’t want to be honest, we need to be. When we experience true honestly regarding ourselves, it opens the doors for growth and freedom in our lives. We don’t always know how to talk about these tough topics in church, but we desperately need to. This will be our focus together, as a connect group. Let’s start 2020 off strong. Let’s be honest.
You can still jump into a group! Browse open groups online and email the leader to join.
10:00 AM | Room 218
In NEXT you’ll get to know Pastor Kurt Parker and other Harborside staff in a comfortable setting with coffee and refreshments. No sign-up is required. We’re expecting you. We want to help you connect with God and God’s people. Through Next, taught by Associate Pastor Tom Goodlet, we explore the basics of the Bible, our beliefs and baptism. Then we cover who we are, what we do and where you fit in (i.e. our values, programs and church membership).
Sunday, March 8
Daylight Saving Time begins Sunday, March 8!
Don’t forget to set your clocks FORWARD one hour, so that you’ll arrive on time for your desired service!
Harborside Moms Will Meet
on Tuesday, March 10
9:30AM to 11:30AM
From pregnancy through High School graduation, we bring
moms together for fellowship, fun, and friendships. We invite you
to walk through life with another mom in your same season.
We would love to have you join us!
Is Your Child Ready for Baptism?
How to Know the Next
Sunday, March 29
10am | Room 218
Is your child asking questions about baptism, salvation, or sin? Surfside Kids is excited to provide a workshop for parents who are interested in learning more about the NEXT step for their children. We want to partner with parents in answering these questions and determine the NEXT best steps for our children. Join us for a workshop developed specifically to answer these questions on March 29, 10 a.m. Room 218.
May 10 | 8:30, 10 and 11:30am
Baby Dedication will be celebrated on Mother’s Day Sunday, May 10, at the 8:30, 10:00, and 11:30am services.
Identical, mandatory parenting classes will be held on April 26 and May 3 at 10 am in Room 219. If you have previously taken this class for another baby dedication, it is not necessary to attend a class. However, you do still need to register your baby by May 1 by clicking the link below.
Harborside Chapel Open House
Sundays | 9am – Noon
Harborside Chapel is pleased to announce that we are now hosting open
houses EVERY Sunday from 9am – Noon. We invite you to walk over and
see the Harborside Chapel for yourself! A hostess will be available to
answer any questions you may have during your self-guided tour.
Gluten-Free Communion Bread
We are pleased to announce that we now have gluten-free communion wafers available for anyone needing or desiring them. They are free of wheat, dairy, yeast, eggs, soy, nuts, and corn. Stop at the Communion Preparation Room – located just inside the east Auditorium entry doors – prior to service on Sunday.
Sunday, September 2
Join us for this month’s Middle School and High School event. Its gonna be huge.
Harborside Chapel Blog
Available for Purchase in the Lobby
They’re great for taking notes in groups and Bible studies, journaling, tracking your prayer requests, or even to supplement your notes in the App on Sundays. Pick up one or more of the Harborside Journals today at Guest Services!
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Harborside Moms Ministry Is Growing!
Harborside Moms (Mothers of Pre-schoolers & School-Age Children) is a growing ministry with growing needs. To drive this ministry forward, we are looking to hire additional childcare workers for their monthly meetings, usually the second Tuesday of the month.
Text the word helpmoms to 555888 or email Pam@harborsidechurch.org for more information.
Taste of Grace
Get Involved Today
Taste of Grace volunteers use meals to offer comfort and encouragement, to show love, and to be vehicles for God’s love to those in need. We deliver food to people following a birth, surgery, illness, period of grief or other stressful situation. Simply sign up and you will be added to the email list to receive invitations to participate in a meal registry for families as the need arises. There is no pressure to take a meal when you receive the invitation, just when it works for you to participate. If you know of someone who is in need of meals, please reach out to us. For more information, contact Mary Alger at email@example.com. “Do not forget to show hospitality to strangers, for by so doing some people have shown hospitality to angels without knowing it. “Hebrews 13:2