Frequently Asked Questions?
What We Believe
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When Are Your Service Times?
Sunday Service begins at 10 am. The service begins with praise and worship in a semi modern contemporary style. We have a mix of old and new, with the focus of having presence driven worship.
Children’s Church begins after the joined praise and worship.
After the service we have always believed that fellowship with a tea or coffee is just as important as the meeting itself in getting to know one another in building relationship.
Is There A Dress Code?
You will see anything from shorts and thongs, to suits and ties. God is concerned about the condition of the heart, not the condition of the clothes and so are we.
Feel free to dress in whatever makes you feel most comfortable.
Where do I park and when should I arrive?
Guest parking is located near the front entrance, there is plenty of parking around the street also. We recommend you arrive about 10 minutes prior to service start, that way we are able to greet you and make you feel comfortable. There is also coffee and tea to be had pre-service.
Do You Offer Support Groups?
Sometimes life can throw a curve ball and we want to be here to assist you when you are having a rough time.
If you have an immediate need associated with a death in the family, new baby, major surgery or any other type of event please contact our Pastoral team.
Please contact the church for other support we may be able to offer.
If it happens we aren’t equipped to help with a specialised need, we will try put you in contact with those who are.
If I Attend Church Regularly Why Should I Become A Member?
For the person who has chosen to follow the Lord Jesus Christ, membership in a local church is important for three essential reasons…
A. It is Biblical!
Collective and corporate worship is a vital part of spiritual life (Hebrews 10:24). Therefore a commitment to a local body of like-minded believers will ensure three benefits in your walk with Christ:
Your personal spiritual growth and the fulfillment of your Christian responsibility (Eph. 4:11-15)
Your personal accountability (Gal. 6:1-2); and
Your Christian productivity (I Cor. 12:1-31)
B. It is Theological!
The New Testament affirms that when a person makes a personal commitment to follow Jesus Christ he is “baptized into one body” (1 Cor. 12:13). This figurative expression affirms that to be a Christian is to be an active member of Christ’s church. It is in the context of a local body (church) of believers that you exercise your spiritual gift, you receive biblical instruction, and you actively join with others to fulfill the Great Commission (Matt. 28:19-20).
C. It is Practical!
Your commitment to membership in a local church provides many practical benefits for you, your family, and your extended church family. Some of these benefits include: 1) The ability for us all to do more together than we could ever possibly do alone; 2) The confidence in knowing that you have found a place where you can meet new friends and develop meaningful relationships; and 3) The peace and assurance of having like-minded friends who will hold you accountable in your weaknesses, encourage you in your disappointments, and rejoice with you in your victories.
How Do I Join Harvest City ?
You can join Harvest City upon a profession of your faith in Jesus Christ as your personal saviour.
Extending the right hand of fellowship in making a commitment to join and be a part of our Church family.
There is no big process…just simply come.
The only thing I say to people is make sure you a planted somewhere….if it be with us…fantastic!
God is looking to plant people so they can put their roots down and grow, we would love it if the Lord is leading you to come and join and be planted with us.
Pastor Guy Rasmussen is always available to discuss salvation and baptism. To make an appointment with the pastor, please email him at via our contacts page.