To love and lead people into encounters with the fullness of God.
Six ways the Lord is leading us to accomplish His Kingdom culture.
We believe everyone should have someone ahead, beside, and behind them. We understand the incredible worth of exchanging Godly wisdom and experiences with one another. Each of us has something valuable to offer, and through mentoring, we can all benefit and grow together.
God has been so generous to us. As a church, we strive to embody this same spirit of generosity in every aspect of our lives, not limited to finances alone. It is an attitude we cultivate—a mindset of giving abundantly, whether it be our time, talents, resources, or compassion. We believe that by embracing this all-encompassing generosity, we can truly reflect God's love.
We see everything that we do as a church as outreach. It's not just that we have outreach; rather, we consider ourselves an organization dedicated to outreach in its entirety. Whether it's through Harborside Chapel, Harborside Music, Harborside Kids/Students, Harborside Marriage, Haven House, Harborside Cares, or any other endeavor, our mission is to love and lead people into encounters with the fullness of God.
"It is not good for the man to be alone..." Genesis 2:18
God's purpose has always been for humanity to cultivate meaningful relationships with one another. We facilitate people's journey towards interconnectedness, enabling them to experience the richness and completeness of encountering God through community.
The bible is absolute truth without error. We teach the Bible because it is the divinely inspired Word of God and serves as final authority on what we believe and how we live. It is our guide to understanding God and the meaning of life.
We joyfully worship a God who exists as a divine Trinity—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Worship is not a ritual; it is the act of ascribing immeasurable worth to something or someone. In our case, we honor and exalt the triune God, acknowledging His incomparable value and expressing our deep appreciation for all that He means to us.
Let's get down to the basics. Our beliefs about these are fundamental to everything we do.
The Father: God from whom all things came and for whom we live (1 Corinthians 8:6).
Jesus: Fully God. Fully man. Our only MEDIATOR to God.
The Holy Spirit: God in Us. An Unseen POWER.
The Bible is absolute truth without error.
We believe the Bible is the divinely inspired Word of God and serves as final authority on what we believe and how we live. It is our guide to understanding God and the meaning of life.
The Church is a spiritual family. We believe the church is God’s family on earth to spread the good news of abundant life, both now and for eternity.
Simply put, God loves you. He has incredible plans for your life. God has given each of us purpose and meaning. Moreover, God doesn't just want you to "get into heaven", He wants Heaven to be inside you. With the Holy Spirit inside you, now Heaven pours out on others around you. This is our purpose.
Next is a 4-week class to help you get connected to our church and learn more about Christianity. It’s where you’ll get answers to questions about baptism, membership, or how to get involved at Harborside.
Five Headlines We Would Love to See About Harborside
“Harborside raises up the Next Generation.”
We don’t just do ministry, we raise up ministers of God and others.
“Harborside Commissions the Church.”
We want every person that comes to Harborside to see themselves as a contributor of the kingdom of God.
“Harborside advocates for the Family Unit.”
We value worshipping together. Caring for the whole Family.
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Yes, every single week. Communion is of high value and importance to us. It is a weekly reminder of our salvation and a remembrance of the Lord Jesus's sacrifice that secured it. Matthew 26:26-28 — “While they were eating, Jesus took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to his disciples, saying, ‘Take and eat; this is my body.’ Then he took the cup, gave thanks and offered it to them, saying, ‘Drink from it, all of you. This is my blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins.”