Discover Harvest (Carmel)
May
26
10:45 AM10:45

Discover Harvest (Carmel)

Get to Know Us!

Discover Harvest is a discipleship class designed to give you a deeper understanding of Harvest. The class focuses on:

  • What we believe as a church

  • Why we exist as a church

  • What we do in ministry at Harvest

    • How you can connect with our faith family

Discover Harvest will take place in Room 159. Childcare is not provided; however, if you have children in Harvest Kids during first service, they can stay in their assigned room for second service while you attend this class.

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Do you have a spouse who will be attending with you? *
If yes, please submit a separate registration for your spouse.
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Junior High Jump Start
Jun
1
12:00 PM12:00

Junior High Jump Start

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Bounce into Summer!

We’re excited to welcome incoming 7th graders to Harvest Students by spending an afternoon together with our 8th graders at Defy Indianapolis! This will be a celebration for our new 7th graders as they graduate form Harvest Kids and enter Harvest Students. Students will be provided with pizza, a fun time of bouncing, and will leave with their new Harvest Students binder.

Event starts right at 12:00pm and pickup will start at 2:00pm.

Parents, please register your student by May 28th and complete the Defy Indianapolis waiver online before the event.

Student Name *
Student Name
Grade entering in the fall *
Emergency Contact Phone Number *
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Harvest Kids Camp
Jun
10
to Jun 14

Harvest Kids Camp

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Harvest Kids Camp is a high-impact, high-energy day camp for K-6th graders! Each day is packed full of worship, activities, group games, and all the fun you can fit into one week! Campers get their choice of two activity tracks for the week where they will learn skills and get to know new friends with similar interests!

This camp takes place at our Carmel Campus: 14550 River Rd, Carmel, IN 46033.

Activity Tracks:

Man Track
Are you not phased by bugs, snakes, and the great outdoors? Are you as tough as nails? Do you march to the beat of your own drum? Did you make the drum yourself? Then you have exactly what it takes to be in the man track.

Disclaimer: This is not a track for the faint of heart.

Nerf Wars
Are you a undercover warrior who wouldn’t mind shooting a couple of friends with some high-speed foam bullets? Are you ok with going into the Quadragon to protect your team’s flag above all cost? Then we would be glad to welcome you to our ranks, soldier.

Disclaimer: This is war, y’all.


Girl Track
All sorts of fun await the girls who join the Girl’s Track! The week will be full of glitter, painting, dancing and excitement as we make new friends, bedazzle everything in sight and study God’s Word.

Disclaimer: Against our better judgement, there will be glitter.

S.T.E.M*
Science, Technology, Electronics, and Mathematics. Need we say more? Yes? Ok. There is a strong emphasis in robotics in this new addition to Harvest Kids Camp! Come tap into your inner nerd with us!

Disclaimer: None. This track is legit.

Crossfit
Burpees are gnarly and they aren’t for everyone. But if you want to get ripped, then you gotta do them. Join us at the box for an high impact workout, as Coach Cody and Coach Katy bring Crossfit to a whole new level.

Disclaimer: This is a workout track.

Ballet*
Tutus and tiaras. Learn the beginning skills of what it takes to be an elegant ballerina by signing up for this newly added track.

Disclaimer: This is a performance track that will perform during our Variety Show on Friday. Parents are welcome and encouraged to come watch!

Cheer*
Lets go, Kids Camp! Let’s go! *CLAP CLAP* Learn the beginning skills of cheerleading from expert coaches, including a former Butler cheerleader!

Disclaimer: This is a performance track that will perform during our Variety Show on Friday. Parents are welcome and encouraged to come watch!

Superheroes*
Do you truly believe that you have super hero abilities and that all the villains out there have nightmares about you? Then this is your track. Kids will work on creating their superhero suit as well as sharpening their superpower abilities.

Disclaimer: To infinity and beyond! This track is open to kiddos in Kindergarten - 2nd Grade.

Oregon Trail*
This is our take on the classic computer game from the 90s! Learn some primitive life skills like making candles, pulling taffy, how to use an actual washboard, and much more!

Disclaimer: Don’t worry, no rivers will be forged in this track.

Carpentry
Have you always wanted to use power tools but never had the chance? Do you have a creative mind and enjoy working with your hands? This track is for you - just as long as you’re prepared for the possibility of a rogue splinter!

Disclaimer: This track is highly supervised by adults. Safety around power tools is our #1 priority!

Worship
Do you have musical talents that you would like to use to bring God praise? Do you want to develop new musical skills? How would you feel about leading worship from the stage? If you answered yes to all three of these questions, then this is the track for you!

Disclaimer: This is a performance track that will perform during our Variety Show on Friday. Parents are welcome and encouraged to come watch!

Drama*
Are you a performer? Did God give you a flair for the dramatic side of life? Yes? Then come be dramatic with us!

Disclaimer: This is a performance track that will perform during our Variety Show on Friday. Parents are welcome and encouraged to come watch!

Iron Chef*
Can you remain cool and collected under the pressure of a timed cupcake war? Can you withstand the perils of Taco Tuesday while handling some of the spiciest ingredients native to plains of the Midwest? Can you dice a potent onion without bursting into tears? Then Iron Chef is the track for you!

Disclaimer: Ingredients such as egg, dairy, gluten, soy, and refined sugar will be attending this track with us. If you have severe dietary restrictions, we recommend choosing a different track.

Weird Science*
BOOM!!!! Are you pumped up by medium-scale explosions, soda geysers, and more experiments of various oddities? Do you pride yourself in being a little weird? Then come be weird with us in Weird Science!

Disclaimer: a chemistry team from Eli Lilly will be conducting all sorts of loud explosions on the final day of camp. Our friends with sensory limitations might want to consider a different track.

LEGOS*:

This ain’t your little brother’s lego set. This track will take the brains of future architects and challenge them to build lego structures larger than themselves.  We also caught wind of there being a zip line to send lego creations down to battle creations of others. Will you destroy or be destroyed? 

Disclaimer: This isn’t a free-for-all. You will have to follow the blueprints of the Head Architect as you work together to create a grand structure. 

*Indicates Kindergarten-friendly track

Sample Schedule:

8:45am - 9:00am: Power Time
9:00am - 10:00am: Large Group Worship/Teaching/Dismissal
10:00am - 11:15am: Track 1
11:15am - 11:30am: Huddle Time
11:30am - 12:15pm: Lunch (bring your own lunch)
12:15pm - 12:30pm: Transition to Track 2
12:30pm - 1:45pm: Track 2
1:45pm - 2:00pm: Bible Time
2:00pm - 2:40pm: Camp-wide Big Game
2:45pm: Dismissal

Cost:

The cost of camp is $100/camper, with a maximum cost of $300/family due at registration.


Activity tracks will fill up quickly, so set your alarm for registrationto open at 12:01am on March 1st!

PLEASE NOTE BEFORE CLICKING “REGISTER”:
If you do not have a Realm log-in, please register using your student’s name at the link below. If you do have a Realm log-in, enter your own information to log into your account and continue to select the names of the children you are registering for the retreat. If you register as a guest, the cost cap of $300/family will not be automatically applied. If that is the case, please email Cody Donald at cdonald@harvestnorthindy.org.

Check out last year’s recap video!

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Harvest Students Camp
Jun
11
to Jun 15

Harvest Students Camp

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We’re partnering with other Great Commission Collective churches in our area to put on an amazing camp for our 7th-12th grade students this June in Lake Ann, Michigan.

Registration starts on Monday, March 11 at 9 a.m. and closes on Thursday, May 23.

Harvest Summer Camp is open to incoming 7th graders through graduating seniors.

All activity tracks will be first come first serve.

Click on the “learn more” below to learn how Lake Ann can meet your student's dietary needs.

Scholarships are available for Summer Camp.  If your student is in need of a full or partial scholarship, please email Harvest Students.

Transportation:

Transportation to Lake Ann will be via chartered bus or passenger van. 
Once we have received all registration, we will contact you with transportation costs.
Transportation costs will range from $100 to $150, in addition to the 'base cost' of camp. 
These fees will be due Friday, May 31st.

Help our Harvest Students get to camp!

Help our students raise money for summer camp and shorten your to-do list, all in one!

Do you need a babysitter? Rent-a-Kid!
Do you need your garage cleaned? Rent-a-Kid!
Do you need your dog walked? Rent-a-Kid!
Do you need your car washed? Rent-a-Kid!

Every year, we have a number of students that need financial assistance in order for them to attend summer camp. In an effort to help them raise money themselves, we are giving them the opportunity to earn funds for camp, and you the opportunity to shorten your to-do list!

HOW DOES IT WORK?

To Rent-A-Kid, click here to fill out your request. Once your request has been submitted, one of our rentable students will get in touch with you to work out the details (there are no pre-set rates)!

Maybe you don't need help with your to-do list, but you would like to donate money to our summer camp scholarship fund. Click here to give online (tax deductible, of course!).

To attend Summer Camp, all students will need a 2019-2020 Waiver on file and Permission to Administer Medications form, if desired.  Please download these forms below and email your completed waivers and forms to Harvest Students.

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Serve Saturday
May
4
9:30 AM09:30

Serve Saturday

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Join us as we head out to serve and love our community on May 4th! 

Please see individual opportunities for specific serving times.

PRAYER WALKING - CARMEL (Unlimited participants - all ages)

Led by Jason & Rachel Stephens, we will spend the morning walking through and praying for the neighborhoods surrounding the church. Meet in the parking lot of the church (14550 River Rd., Carmel, IN 46033) at 9:30am.

ASSEMBLE AND DELIVER SENIOR CARE PACKAGES (30-45 Participants - all ages)

Led by Rick and Sandy Ziraldo. join us as we assemble packages for local senior citizens through Shepherd Community Services. Once assembled, we will split into smaller groups to deliver the care packages and spend time talking with and praying for seniors in the Carmel/Westfield area. Meet in the lobby of the church (14550 River Rd., Carmel, IN 46033) at 9:30am. 

SORT ITEMS FOR GOOD SAMARITAN NETWORK (100 + participants - all ages)

Led by Jen and Tony LeCount, join us in assisting one of our local ministry partners, Good Samaritan Network, to sort clothing, food, pet food and other items for assisting the needy in Hamilton County. Meet at Good Samaritan Network (12993 Parkside Drive, Fishers - Southeast corner of the building) at 9:30am.

DEEP CLEAN THE KITCHEN AND SERVICE FACILITY OF OUTREACH INC (8-10 participants - ages 12 & up)

Led by Jason and Kim Kandel, join us as we go down to Outreach Inc (youth homeless service center) in Indianapolis to give their commercial kitchen a much needed deep cleaning as well as cleaning the other areas of their service facility. Meet at the church parking lot at 9:30 am to carpool to Outreach together. (14550 River Rd., Carmel, IN 46033) 9:30 am

LOCAL PARK MULCHING AND CLEANUP (25 Participants - all ages)

Led by Mark and Kyle Sadowski, join us as we clean up and mulch River Road Park located on River Road and 126th St. in Carmel. Plan to bring some work gloves and join us as we serve our community by taking care of this community resource. We will plan to meet directly at the park at 9:30 am. (River Rd and 126th St, Carmel, IN)

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Harvest 5/6 Service Project
May
1
11:00 AM11:00

Harvest 5/6 Service Project

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This Saturday we have the opportunity for a service project for your 5/6er at Grace House near downtown Indy! Grace House is a place for women recovering from addictions and is an extension of Teen Challenge.

We will be painting, mulching, planting, and things of the like so dress accordingly. This is one of our local mission partners, and we believe that this is a safe environment for your pre-teen. We will be providing transportation and lunch (pizza), but we also can use some parent drivers. We will leave from Harvest at 11:00 AM and return to our campus by 2:00 PM.

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Easter 2019
Apr
21
8:00 AM08:00

Easter 2019

  • 14550 River Road Carmel, IN, 46033 United States (map)
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Easter is right around the corner!

We cannot wait to celebrate the risen Savior with you! Make sure to register for which one of the three services you and your family will be attending. We can’t wait to see you there!

April 21st at 8:00am, 9:30am, or 11:00am.

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Harvest 5/6 Half Lock-In
Apr
12
7:00 PM19:00

Harvest 5/6 Half Lock-In

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On April 12th, Harvest 5/6 is having a HALF lock-in! It will be a night for worship, food, fun and insanity for students in 5th and 6th grade! We’ll be giving away a door prize to the student who brings the most first time guest friends. This is a FREE event!

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The Swap!
Mar
16
10:00 AM10:00

The Swap!

  • 14550 River Road Carmel, IN, 46033 United States (map)
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Calling all ladies!

One girl’s back-of-the-closet outfit is another girl’s staple! Bag up those gently-loved clothes and accessories you don't wear anymore and help us give them a new home! We're inviting women from all over North Indy to join us for a fun day of swapping closets and making friends.

Invite friends! This is a community event!  If you would like to contribute clothes or accessories to the swap, item drop-off will take place Sunday, March 10th before and after each service in the church office, and Monday, March 11th - Friday, March 15th between 5pm-7pm in the main building at our Carmel Campus. Donation is NOT required to participate in the Swap!

The first 50 women to show up with a guest to the event will receive a limited edition reusable shopping bag!

Are you willing to serve at the Swap? Let us know below!

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Harvest Students Winter Retreat
Mar
1
to Mar 3

Harvest Students Winter Retreat

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Our students are heading up to Gull Lake Ministries in Hickory Corners, Michigan for a weekend of fun, worship, and time spent digging into God’s Word together this March! We’re going to take it back to the basics and study the Gospel, seeking to understand what it truly is and how our response to it affects every area of our lives.

Activities will include bonfires, snow tubing (weather permitting), speed bowling, rock climbing, and much more! This will be a high-impact weekend that you don’t want to miss!

IMPORTANT DETAILS FOR PARENTS:

  • Retreat cost is $115 due at registration. Students will also need to bring extra cash for dinner on the way up and lunch on the way back.

  • You may drop off your student at Harvest on Friday, March 1 by 4:30pm and pick them up on Sunday, March 3 at 3:00pm. We will send more information regarding transportation in the coming weeks.

  • All students must have a 2018-2019 waiver on file. If you do not have one, click here to download.

  • All medications must be given to our nurse, Kim Kandel, when you drop your student off. Please include written instructions.

PLEASE NOTE BEFORE CLICKING “REGISTER”:
If you do not have a Realm log-in, please register using your student’s name at the link below. If you do have a Realm log-in, enter your own information to log into your account and continue to select the names of the children you are registering for the retreat.

Registration for this retreat is closed.

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EQUIP: Bridges Seminar
Feb
23
8:30 AM08:30

EQUIP: Bridges Seminar

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Hear amazing accounts of God’s work among Muslims, and gain a solid understanding of Islamic beliefs to become an effective ambassador for Jesus!

The Bridges Seminar is a dynamic one-day seminar that equips Christians to compassionately and effectively share Jesus with their Muslim neighbors. Through real-life stories and practical teaching, participants learn how to “bridge” the gospel using concepts familiar to Muslims, and how to respond to common objections Muslims raise regarding Christianity.

Learn more and watch what people are saying about the seminar at crescentproject.org/bridgesseminar.

Cost (includes materials and lunch):
Early Bird Cost (Register by February 11th) - $20 
Regular Cost (Register after February 11th) - $30

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Harvest Kids Volunteer Training
Jan
26
10:00 AM10:00

Harvest Kids Volunteer Training

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Harvest Kids Volunteer Training
For new and current volunteers!


Harvest Kids is growing and thriving, and we always want to look for new and better ways to serve our Harvest families! If you are currently a volunteer in Harvest Kids or would like to hear more about serving in this ministry, this training is for you! On January 26, we’re excited to share our vision for the upcoming year, go over some new policies, and make sure that you have no question about your role on our Harvest Kids team. We appreciate our volunteers and are thankful for the opportunity to spend this day pouring into you!

We’ve broken this training into different time slots depending on the area in which you serve. See the slots below and plan to join us for the slot that corresponds to where you serve:

10:00 - Early Childhood
11:00 - Kinder - 2nd Grade
12:00 - 3rd - 6th Grade

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Purposeful Disciple-Making Training
Jan
11
to Jan 12

Purposeful Disciple-Making Training

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Cultivating a Culture of Care and Disciple Making

As we head into a new season of intentionality in disciple-making at Harvest, we are committed to being more cohesive in our approach to community, counsel and care. To do this, we need leaders who are trained and ready to lead with humility, teach with wisdom and shepherd with integrity. In 2019, we are training all of our church leaders in the core principles of shepherd leadership by partnering with Great Commission Collective as they stage regional Purposeful Disciple-Making workshops. These workshops will focus on leadership development and practice across the discipleship journey by training participants in the convictions and skills of shepherd leadership.

Cultivating a Culture of Care and Disciple Making is a training designed to help small group leaders, apprentices and coaches shepherd their people well. There will be six sessions focused on why small groups can be a crucial element of mature disciple making. Several sessions will focus on helping leaders to cultivate mutual care in and outside of small group. Participants will be equipped to both draw out the heart to get to core issues as well as how to speak into the heart with truth and love. We will share best practice tools for directive soul care. To make learning come to life we will have practical breakouts where we immediately discuss or practice new insights and skills. Finally, we will explore how to multiply healthy leaders and healthy groups based on maturity and good preparation.

We are asking all Harvest Elders, Deacons, Small Group Coaches, Small Group Leaders, and potential Small Group Leaders to attend this workshop. See below for the schedule and follow the link to register.

Friday Night - January 11

6:30 pm - Doors Open

7:00 pm - Session 1

8:00 pm - Session 2

9:00 pm - Dismiss

Saturday Morning - January 12

7:00 am - Doors Open

8:00 am - Session 3

9:00 am - Session 4

10:00 am - Break

10:15 am - Session 5

11:15 am - Session 6

12:00 pm - Dismiss

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Small Group Night
Jan
9
6:30 PM18:30

Small Group Night

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We’re looking forward to our next small group term beginning this January! If you are currently in a small group at Harvest or are interested in joining one, this night is for you. Join us as we celebrate the fruit of our Small Group ministry this fall and cast vision for what the new year holds as we dive deeper into walking alongside one another in small groups this winter.

If you have waiting for the perfect opportunity to get connected to a small group, this is your chance!

Childcare is full for this event.

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Women's Equip Classes
Jan
9
to Jan 16

Women's Equip Classes

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We are excited to offer three Equip classes for women this winter. Materials for each class will cost $13, due at registration. See the descriptions below for all the information you need to know about each class!

*PLEASE NOTE* - Childcare is FULL for all ages.


LIGHT FOR MY PATH

Carmel Campus:
Wednesdays from 9:30-11:00am beginning January 9 and ending March 6
Wednesdays from 6:30-8:00pm beginning January 16 and ending March 13

Cost: $13

Have you ever desired to understand God better, but you don’t know where to start in the Bible or how to take passages apart once you tried? The problem often is that we have never been taught how to explore the depths of God’s Word on our own. As we grow in our relationship with God, it is vital to learn how to dig into His Word for ourselves and have the confidence that any believer can understand it. So whether you are a seasoned veteran or a new believer, this women’s Equip study is for you. Light to My Path, written by Laura White, is an 8 week study where you will learn, practice and use 6 different Bible study methods to take apart and glean from the book of Colossians. Begin this new year with a renewed commitment to God’s Word!


NO OTHER GODS

Carmel Campus:
Wednesdays from 9:30-11:00am beginning January 9 and ending March 6

Cost: $13

We are excited to offer this study by Kelly Minter on Wednesday mornings this fall!

"Often, idols are obvious—money, power, fame. But subtler idols can sometimes take the form of sweet loved ones, Instagramable interiors, and busy seasons of ministry. But if your heart is prioritizing any of those pursuits before God, they are taking up space meant for Him alone.

In this 8-session study, learn to identify the functional gods you are serving daily and the lies they tell. Only when you learn to dethrone modern-day idols can you pursue a deeper, more meaningful relationship with Jesus.

*Description taken from Kelly Minter’s Website

This class will cover chapter 1 during the first session. Books will be available at the church one week before class and can be picked up on Sunday, January 6.


CHILDCARE:

Childcare will be available for children 5 and under for the morning classes only.
Cost: $20/child, $40 maximum (non-refundable, due at registration)

*PLEASE NOTE* - Childcare is FULL for all ages.

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First Sunday
Jan
6
6:00 PM18:00

First Sunday

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First Sunday: January 6th

As the new year quickly approaches, we want to enter 2019 with expectant hearts. Our First Sunday on January 6th will focus on asking God move in a mighty way and setting the tone for the year ahead by quieting our hearts in prayer and worship together. We’ll meet together at our Carmel campus at 6pm.

Childcare is available for children Pre-K and under for those who register below by January 2.

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Christmas Eve Services - 3:30pm & 5:00pm
Dec
24
3:30 PM15:30

Christmas Eve Services - 3:30pm & 5:00pm

Services at 3:30pm & 5:00pm

In a season intended to focus on the peace and joy found in Christ, it can be easy to be get lost in the noise of everything else surrounding the holidays. Quiet your heart and join us for a special candlelit Christmas Eve worship service as we turn our attention to the hope and comfort found in our God who came to dwell with us, our God who would ultimately go to the cross to bring salvation to all who call on the name of Jesus!

Carmel Services: 3:30pm & 5:00pm
Anderson Service: 5:00pm

Childcare registration is now closed for this event.

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Harvest Students Christmas Party
Dec
16
6:00 PM18:00

Harvest Students Christmas Party

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Harvest Students 2018 Reindeer Games!

Put on your most festive pj’s, lace up your tennis shoes, and join us for our first ever Harvest Students Reindeer Games! It will be an evening of fun competition, sweet treats, and a White Elephant gift exchange!

Things to note:

  1. Be on time! We will sort everyone into teams right at 6pm!

  2. Bring a White Elephant gift worth under $5

  3. Wear your pj’s and tennis shoes

  4. Bring a friend!

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First Sunday - Christmas Kickoff
Dec
2
6:00 PM18:00

First Sunday - Christmas Kickoff

Kick Off the Season Together!

Start the Christmas season right with a night of prayer and worship together with our church family! We’re excited to welcome Tim and Vanessa Dalrymple for this special evening as we worship our God who came to dwell with man! This is a night you don’t want to miss!

Harvest Kids Registration is closed for this event.

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Harvest Kids Volunteer Breakfast & Training (Anderson Campus)
Nov
11
8:45 AM08:45

Harvest Kids Volunteer Breakfast & Training (Anderson Campus)

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We love and appreciate our volunteers! If you are a volunteer in Harvest Kids, we want to treat you to breakfast on Sunday, November 11. We will also have a short time of training to make sure we are consistently doing our best to faithfully show the love of Jesus to our Harvest Kids!

RSVP Below:

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First Sunday
Nov
4
6:00 PM18:00

First Sunday

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First Sunday: November 4th

First Sunday is coming up November 4th! We’re looking forward to another night together as a church family in prayer and worship focused on being thankful in all things! Stick around afterward to help sort the items we collect from our Coat Drive. While you’re putting this on your calendar, go ahead and save the date for our Christmas kickoff on December 2nd…it’s going to be awesome!

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Anderson Campus Fall Party
Nov
3
4:00 PM16:00

Anderson Campus Fall Party

  • 4519 West 8th Street Road Anderson, IN, 46011 United States (map)
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The air is cool, the leaves are falling, and we want to enjoy this beautiful time of year with our Anderson Campus family! Join us for baptisms, delicious food, hayrides, apple cider, and games for the whole family on November 3rd!

We will provide the main dish (chicken), but kindly ask that If your last name begins with:
A-M - Please bring a side
N-Z - Please bring a dessert

Address:
4519 West 8th Street Rd., Anderson, 46011
Located between Layton Road & 500

Let us know if you’re coming and what you’re bringing below and don’t forget to bring your own chair!

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Kingdom Life Conference
Oct
27
to Oct 28

Kingdom Life Conference

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OCTOBER 27-28, 2018

God’s Kingdom isn’t just a thing we experience on Sunday mornings and then vanishes during the week. On the contrary, His kingdom is changing every part of the world around us; everywhere we go. As followers of King Jesus, we bring His kingdom to work. We bring it to school. We bring it into our homes.

At the Kingdom Life Conference, we’re seeking to understand what God’s Kingdom really is and how that reality should affect every facet of our lives. Join us as we welcome Skye Jethani along with other speakers who will point us to what God's Word says about His Kingdom. 

ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS

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Skye Jethani is an author, speaker, consultant and ordained pastor. He also serves as the co-host of the popular Holy Post Podcast (formerly the Phil Vischer Podcast), a weekly show that blends astute cultural and theological insights with comical conversation. Between 2004 and 2015, Skye occupied numerous roles at Christianity Today, a leading communications ministry launched by Billy Graham. He served as both the managing and senior editor of Leadership Journal and as the Director of Mission Advancement for CT. He was also the senior producer of This Is Our City, a multi-year, multi-city project telling the stories of Christians working for the common good of their communities.

Skye has been a sought after consultant for groups facing challenges at the intersection of faith and culture like The Lausanne Movement, The White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, and theInterfaith Youth Core. Apart from Christianity Today's magazines and websites, Skye has also written for The Washington Post's "On Faith" column, Relevant, ChurchLeaders.com, and he is a regular contributor to The Huffington Post. Skye is frequently featured on radio programs around the country including Moody Radio's Midday Connection, WORDfm in Pittsburgh, Chicago Public Radio's Vocolo, and 180 with Karl Clauson on 1160am in Chicago.

Prior to his roles with Christianity Today, Skye served for six years in full-time pastoral ministry at Blanchard Alliance Church in Wheaton, Illinois, as a teaching pastor. He is a "Featured Preacher" on PreachingToday.com, and Skye speaks regularly at churches, conferences, colleges, and retreats both in the U.S. and internationally. He has been invited to speak at events including Q, Catalyst, Newsong Church, Mars Hill Bible Church, Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church, and the U.S. Naval Academy Chapel. In recent years he has preached at both megachurches and led small workshops on topics including faith and consumerism, leadership, interfaith cooperation, spiritual formation, global mission, church trends, Christianity and politics, biblical justice, faith and vocation, and Common Good Christianity.

Skye has authored multiple books: The Divine Commodity: Discovering a Faith Beyond Consumer Christianity (2009), WITH: Reimagining the Way You Relate to God (2011),   Futureville (2014), and the award winning Immeasurable (2017). His latest writing project is the WITH GOD DAILY DEVOTIONAL, a subscription-based daily email designed to help a smartphone generation begin the day with God.

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Brian White.
Since 2007, Brian White has served as Lead Pastor of Harvest Bible Chapel, North Indy – a thriving, Gospel-centered church in central Indiana.  He is a graduate of Cedarville University (B.A., ‘97), The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (M.Div.), and is currently completing his doctoral work at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, NC. Besides his ministry at Harvest, Brian serves as the Executive Director of the Great Commission Collective, A global fellowship of church-planting churches.

He and his wife, Laura (Cedarville, ‘98) reside in Noblesville, Indiana where they enjoy life and ministry with their 5 children.


BREAKOUT DESCRIPTIONS

Kingdom in Finances: Led by Phil Kostaroff, this breakout session is designed to encourage you to more fully understand the importance of stewardship of resources that the Lord has provided. Focused on a Biblical understanding, you will learn how to be a better steward, learn to think Biblically about money, and hear ideas on how to use your resources for Kingdom impact.

Kingdom in Business: Led by Earl Seals, this breakout session is designed to help you understand some important principles that ought to govern us as we engage in the business world. Learn how to think biblically about loving-management, using profits effectively, hiring & firing, and how to integrate your faith in the workplace. Join us in a discussion about what it means to be an Kingdom employee even in difficult working environments.

Kingdom in the Arts: Led by Kyle Fredricks, this breakout session is designed to help you understand the God-given importance of beauty in the world through the arts in a variety of media. Learn how to impact the world around you by creating and cultivating beauty. Discuss the opportunities this affords to get involved in communities of people outside the church and use your talents to connect people to the Author of all beauty.

Kingdom Conversations: Led by Jason Kandel, this breakout session is designed to help you learn how to capture those everyday moments that happen in your life at school, work, at the ballpark, and at home and transform them into opportunities to point people to King Jesus. Learn and discuss how to turn normal conversations into Kingdom Conversations.

SCHEDULE

Saturday, October 27th
9:30-10:00 am - Check-In
10:00-10:30 am - Worship (HBCNI Worship Band)
10:30-11:30 am - General Session1 (Brian White) - “The Kingdom Blessing of Work”
11:30-11:45 am - Coffee Break
11:45-1:15 pm - Breakout Sessions:
        - Kingdom in Finances
        - Kingdom in Business
        - Kingdom Conversations
        - Kingdom in the Arts
1:20-1:50 pm - Lunch Break
2:00-3:15 pm - Kingdom in Education Panel Discussion/Kingdom in the Home Campfire Chat
3:30-5:00 pm - Breakout Sessions:
        - Kingdom in Finances
        - Kingdom in Business
        - Kingdom Conversations
        - Kingdom in the Arts
5:00-5:15 pm - Coffee Break
5:15-5:45 pm - Worship (HBCNI Worship Band)
5:45-6:30 pm - General Session 2 (Skye Jethani) - “Cultivating God’s Kingdom - Beauty, Order, and Abundance”
6:30-6:45 pm - Recap, Prayer, and Dismissal

Sunday October 28th

9:00 - 9:30 - (1st Worship Service) HBCNI Worship Band
9:30-10:20 am - (1st Worship Service) General Session 3 (Skye Jethani)- “Your Kingdom Come on Earth as it is in Heaven”
11:00-11:30 am - (2nd Worship Service) HBCNI Worship Band
11:30-12:20 pm - (2nd Worship Service) General Session 3 (Skye Jethani)- “Your Kingdom Come on Earth as it is in Heaven”

COST

Registration is $25 per person and includes conference materials, coffee, refreshments, and lunch.

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Parent Child Dedications
Oct
21
9:00 AM09:00

Parent Child Dedications

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Our next child dedications will take place Sunday, October 21. This is a great opportunity to gather alongside family and friends to dedicate your child to the Lord. A required meeting for all participants will take place on Sunday, October 14th at 10:00 a.m. in the church office conference room, and we strongly encourage both parents to attend.

Registration is now closed for this event.

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First Sunday
Oct
7
6:00 PM18:00

First Sunday

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Save the Date: October 7th!

Beginning this October, we’re setting aside the first Sunday evening of every month to spend time together as a church family! Each of these nights will have a different emphasis with the purpose of seeing how God is at work in different areas of our church! Pull out your calendar and make plans to spend the first Sunday evening of the month with us from now on!

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Discover Harvest (Anderson)
Sep
30
8:30 AM08:30

Discover Harvest (Anderson)

GET TO KNOW US!

Discover Harvest is a discipleship class designed to give you an understanding of Harvest and what it means to join in membership with our church. The class focuses on:

  • What we believe as a church
  • Why we exist as a church
  • What we do in ministry at Harvest
  • How you can connect with our faith family

Discover Harvest will take place at before our worship service in the conference room of Anderson Anderson High School at 8:30am.

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Harvest Women's Conference
Sep
21
to Sep 22

Harvest Women's Conference

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"Do not let your heart be troubled." These words from Jesus in John 14 are hard to remember when the chaos of our lives pulls us in all directions and competes for attention. We are often left troubled, anxious, worried, weary and depressed. At our women's conference on September 21-22, Kristen Wisen is going to walk us through John 14:1-6 and show us what Scripture says about how to take our anxious thoughts captive and set our minds on the things of Christ. We hope you will join us for an incredible weekend of time spent worshiping together, digging into God's Word, and deepening relationships with other Harvest women.

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ABOUT OUR SPEAKER

Kristen Wisen is the wife of David Wisen, the senior pastor at Harvest Spring Lake. She grew up in the Chicago area and moved to western Michigan twenty-five years ago. She is the mother of six and grandmother of eight little ones.  Kristen has taught women's bible studies for twenty years and is an ACBC certified biblical counselor. She has authored two novels and three Bible study books, and has taught women's conferences in Israel, Romania, and Liberia, as well as in the states.

SCHEDULE

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21
5:00pm - Check-in begins
6:00pm - Dinner
7:00pm - Session 1
9:00pm - Free time
10:30pm - Depart for home/hotel

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22
7:30am - Light breakfast available in lobby
9:00am - Session 2
12:00pm - Lunch
1:00pm - Time for personal devotion and prayer
1:45pm - Free time
3:30pm - Session 3
5:00pm - Dismissal

COST

Registration includes hearing from our weekend speaker, Kristen Wisen, during three different sessions, praise and worship led by Rochelle Burlock along with other women from our Harvest North Indy worship team, Friday night dinner, Saturday lunch, endless coffee and snacks, as well as a small weekend take-home. This weekend won’t disappoint!
 
Registration + Hotel Lodging: Need a night away from home?  Want to enjoy a freshly made bed and fluffy towels for an as-long-as-you-like hot shower? We have the answer for you! Enjoy a one night stay at the Renaissance Indianapolis North Hotel.  Your pillow top bed comes with down comforter and a bathroom stocked with designer toiletries. Rooms have one king size bed and one queen pull-out sofa. Rates for two people per room is $105/person and for three to a room is $95/person. These prices include your registration for the event.
 
Registration Only: If you think sleeping in your own bed is the way to go, then we have the registration only option for you! Sorry - there is no discount for only attending one of the two retreat days. Registration without a hotel room is $55. 

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Harvest Students Kickoff
Sep
9
6:00 PM18:00

Harvest Students Kickoff

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Let's kick off the school year with a party! Join us on September 9 for a night of worship, food, games, and our very own escape room! Come hungry and invite a friend!

There will be a parent meeting in room 157 at the same time to talk about our youth small groups and how we are going to partner with you to disciple your kids this year. All parents of Harvest Students are invited and encouraged to attend!

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Anderson Campus Adoptive Family Dinner
Sep
8
6:00 PM18:00

Anderson Campus Adoptive Family Dinner

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It's no secret that God loves the orphan! If you have adopted a child or are considering fostering or adopting in the future, please join us on Saturday, September 8 for our Adoptive Family Dinner. We're looking forward to introducing you to our orphan care team, celebrating what God has done through adoption in our church, and providing resources for those considering adoption. Please register below if you plan on joining us!

Address:  4519 West 8th Street, Anderson 46011

Registration for this event is now closed.

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Women's Fall Equip Classes
Sep
5
9:30 AM09:30

Women's Fall Equip Classes

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Fall is right around the corner, which means it's time for our Women's Equip classes to start! We're excited to dive into what God's Word has to say on two different topics. Materials for each class will cost $10, due at registration. Your book will be available at the church one week before the first class. See the descriptions below for all the information you need to know about each class! 

The Pursuit of God 

Carmel Campus: Full
Anderson Campus: Thursday Mornings from 9:30-11:00am beginning September 6

Christianity is a living, vibrant relationship with a personal God. The Pursuit of God, written by A. W. Tozer 70 years ago, reminds and challenges us to renew our relationship with our loving God. In each of the 10 short chapters, Tozer explains one aspect of hungering for God. This will be a powerful 8-week study! Come prepared to grow in your desire for God!

What Did You Expect: Redeeming the Realities of Marriage

Carmel Campus: Wednesday Mornings from 9:30-11:00am beginning September 5

If you're married, you know that romance and attraction will only go so far. Marriage is often a struggle that requires a shift in expectations, deeper commitment, and abundant grace. During this study, we are going to take a deep look at how the Gospel can speak life into our marriages as we study and learn from the grace-filled ministry of Jesus Christ through Paul David Tripp's book, What Did You Expect: Redeeming the Realities of Marriage.

Childcare:

Carmel: 
Childcare will be available for children 5 and under.
Cost: $20/child, $40 maximum (non-refundable, due at registration)
In order to keep the cost of childcare minimal, we ask each woman taking advantage of this service to rotate in as a volunteer once during the study.

Anderson: 
Childcare is available on site for children of all ages.
Cost: $20/child, $40 maximum (non-refundable, due at registration)

Registration for Fall Equip has closed.

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Ministry Vision Night
Aug
26
6:00 PM18:00

Ministry Vision Night

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Fall is right around the corner, and we are excited for the next season of ministry at Harvest! We're looking forward to sharing what God has been doing and where we are headed in each of our ministries at our Ministry Vision Night on August 26.

This is where we will launch our fall small groups, talk about what’s coming up in Harvest Kids and Harvest Students, Missions, and let you in on some other exciting things happening at Harvest this year!

Our pastors and leaders are pumped to share what the Lord has laid on their hearts going into this next season of ministry and we want you there! Put it on your calendar today, plan on coming and hearing how you can be involved in the Gospel work happening at our church this year!

Childcare registration is now closed for this event.

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NEW & EXISTING Small Group Leader Training
Aug
19
6:00 PM18:00

NEW & EXISTING Small Group Leader Training

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NEW AND EXISTING LEADER TRAINING:

Whether you are a new or seasoned small group leader at Harvest, please plan on attending this training on August 19 at 6:00pm. We will meet in worship center to brush up on the philosophy of small groups at Harvest, the responsibilities of the leaders in this ministry, and talk about your role in our upcoming Ministry Vision Night on August 26th. 

This training is for new and existing leaders. For those already leading a small group at Harvest, we kindly ask that you reach out to your group members to assist with childcare at this event and connect Katie Jessee (kjessee@harvestnorthindy.org) with any potential volunteers.

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