All the women of Harvest are welcome at Bobbi Oxenford’s home on Saturday, October 24th at 9:00am for a time of relaxing conversation and fellowship. Please bring a breakfast goodie to share.
There’s a signup sheet on the narthex table along with directions to Bobbi’s home.
Join us on Friday, October 16th at 6:30pm at Olszanowski’s Farm on Pughtown Road in Spring City. You can take a hayride, get lost in the corn maze or just sit by the bonfire. We’ll bring hot dogs and marshmallows; please bring a snack or dessert if you can.
Everyone age 4 and over needs a ticket. The hayride costs $5.00, the maze costs $8.00, and you can purchase a combo ticket for just $11.00.
There’s a signup sheet on the narthex table or you can call the church office to register.
During the month of October, we will be collecting items for our Food Bank shelves. We’re looking for the sorts of things that our clients prefer and that we often cannot get from Greater Berks Food Bank. So we hope that the next time you’re grocery shopping, you’ll add one or two (or more) of these items to your cart. There will be a box in the narthex for your donations.
We’re looking for boxed/canned main dishes/meals (but no mac and cheese, please), soups, coffee, and personal care items. Everything needs to be shelf-stable, and nothing in glass, please. Our Food Bank staff and clients will thank you!
Sunday, October 4th will find us gathering a little earlier than normal. Bring your best covered dish breakfast dish to share and we’ll eat together beginning at 9:00am. After breakfast you’ll be able to wander through the interactive booths of our Ministry Fair – learn more about how YOU can serve at Harvest Fellowship. Our monthly communion service will follow the breakfast time.
Our current Bible study electives focus on the theme of building. The first step in the building process is laying a firm and secure foundation. Only after that is done can the establishing of a structure begin.
Ron Mioni is teaching “Foundations of the Faith” using study material by John MacArthur. This study blends basic biblical truths with a call to personal obedience and service. With topics ranging from the character of God to church participation, it’s an ideal study for discipling new believers and serves as a helpful reinforcement and fresh encouragement for even the most seasoned saints.
Pastor Barry is teaching through the book of Nehemiah. The historic narrative of this book abounds with both spiritual and practical applications for the days in which we live. Nehemiah clearly displays the grace of God at work in the people of God causing them to work together for the glory of God. Even in times of turmoil when attacks come from within and without, God restores and secures His people.
The classes began in July and will continue through the fall. We begin each Wednesday at 7:00pm. We have childcare available and on September 9th we began an 8-week series about God and science for our pre-school through 3rd graders. Come and learn with us!!