The pinnacle of our week.

"Worship is the pinnacle of our week." This is a phrase you will frequently hear at Harvest. It is a phrase that captures a very significant core value. Our worship is purposefully patterned after the Gospel message, dialogical in its liturgy, and is led by our elders.

Blended Music

In keeping with our vision to model reconciliation, we intentionally incorporate a variety of musical styles, both traditional and contemporary. We sing Christ-exalting, theologically rich songs written by a wide variety of people from a wide variety of times and places.


Recognizing that we are surrounded by a great cloud of witnesses who came before us (Heb. 12:1), we utilize the historic creeds and confessions of the church through the ages, including the Apostle’s, Nicene, and Athanasian Creeds, the Westminster Confession & Catechisms, and others.


Because we believe that the good news of Jesus Christ through the authoritative word of God is our only hope, the preaching at Harvest is biblical, expository, and Christ-centered. We preach Christ crucified as the only Savior for sinners as we expound the whole counsel of God.


We believe that God answers prayer. Therefore, our worship services are filled with corporate prayer as we together petition God the Father to dwell among us by his Holy Spirit, to exalt Christ in our midst, and to meet the needs of his people—both our spiritual needs and our physical needs.


Our worship is dialogical, which simply means that our worship is two-way communication. God calls us into his presence, and we respond with praise. God convicts us of our sins, and we confess those sins before him. God pardons us through the gospel, and we praise him for his mercy.


As we look together to Christ alone for salvation, we rejoice to receive God’s gifts of the sacraments of baptism and the Lord’s Supper. We baptize believing adults and their children, and we celebrate the Lord’s Supper every week.

Because corporate worship is so important, we take strategic measures to prayerfully plan the worship service and prepare ourselves to worship. Learn more about our worship by exploring our Philosophy of Worship.