About Harvest Community Church in Omaha, NE

Harvest Community Church | PCA

Our Vision

Harvest Community Church (PCA) desires to be a closely knit welcoming community transformed by the Gospel of Jesus Christ to worship the Father in the Spirit of truth, to make disciples of the nations through the ministry of the Word and sacraments, to assist parents in their responsibility to raise their covenant children in the fear and admonition of the Lord, to model cross-cultural reconciliation, to serve our community through deeds of justice and mercy, and to nurture God’s people in the Reformed faith.

Our Distinctives

Our Worship

Our worship services are patterned after the Gospel message, incorporate a variety of musical styles, and utilize the confessions and creeds of the church; the preaching is expository and Christ-centered; and the Lord’s Supper is observed weekly.

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Our Beliefs

We believe that God’s Word is inerrant and infallible, fully sufficient for faith and life and is faithfully summarized in the Westminster Confession of Faith and the ancient creeds of the church.

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Our Community

Harvest seeks to be a genuinely friendly church that is a safe place to explore and grow in one’s faith and to find encouragement to exercise one’s gifts.

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Our Ministries

Harvest is a Midtown church with compassion for the lost, a heart for the ministries of mercy and justice, and a commitment to racial and cultural reconciliation and the edification of God’s people, young and old.

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Our Leadership

We are “presbyterian” (ruled by elders) in church government and are a member of the Presbyterian Church in America.

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Our Denomination

Harvest Community Church is a member of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), a conservative, evangelical, and reformed denomination. We affirm that the scriptures of the Old and New Testaments are inspired by God, free from error, absolutely authoritative, and are the only infallible rule of faith and practice. Our doctrinal standards are the Westminster Confession of Faith, together with the Larger and Shorter Catechisms and the Book of Church Order.

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