The mission of Harvest Bible Chapel is to glorify God through the fulfillment the Great Commission
in the Spirit of the Great Commandment.
Our mission statement isn’t clever. It’s not trendy. It’s biblical. Church consultants say you have to settle what your mission is. But God settled it in His Word. He gave us a clear directive: make disciples. And when we do, we glorify him. Since making disciples is the mission of the church, all the ministries of the church must support and serve the mission.
Therefore, our obedience to this mission is the foundation of every Harvest ministry. From worship services to Children's Ministry to Student and Adult Ministries, our chief aim is to make authentic disciples of Christ who follow His ways in their Worship, their Walk, and their Work.
These 4 Pillars are what make Harvest Bible Chapel unique.
They are the catalysts of our faith and the trademarks of our community.
WORSHIP + WALK + WORK
Disciple-making is worked out together in our ministry to one another. It's not about one or a small number of pastors bearing the full responsibility to care for our church (Ephesians 4:11-12). Rather it's about all who follow Christ using our God-given spiritual gifts to minister to each other, in the context of our Christ-centered church.
Which simply means we're becoming more and more like Jesus. Around Harvest you'll hear that described as worshiping, walking with, and working for Christ. When we're intentional about honoring God in these ways, we can't help but become "mature in Christ" (Colossians 1:28)—growing deeper in our relationship with Him and our relationships with others.
How do we do this at Harvest? It happens most effectively through our Small Group Ministry. We want everyone who calls Harvest their home to take part in a small group. These are regular times of meeting together where the Scriptures are opened, lives are shared, and prayer is happening. Small group ministry even takes place within our student and children's ministries. All kinds of Small Groups are available, and new groups are continually forming.