What is Christianity Explored
Christianity Explored is a 7 week journey that offers you time and space to think about life’s biggest questions. Throughout the 7 weeks you will discover more about the life of the person at the heart of the Christian faith: Jesus Christ.
What Happens At Christianity Explored
We will meet every Thursday night from April 12th to May 24th. Each session is relaxed and informal, running from 7-8:30p. You will have the opportunity to ask questions or just sit and listen to others. You are able to participate as much or as little as you’d like and you will never be asked to pray, sing or read aloud. You also don’t need to know anything about the Bible to participate!
True to its name, Discover Harvest is a great way to begin to get connected at Harvest Bible Chapel Durham. We invite you to come learn more about our church, hear the vision we share, and meet some of our ministry leaders.
Come join us at one of our upcoming Discover Harvest events, we welcome your whole family.
At Harvest Bible Chapel Durham our passion is to see Lost people saved, saved people matured, and mature people multiplied – all to the glory of God. We invite you to come check out Harvest 101 where we will look at what it means to be a mature disciple of Jesus Christ who Worships Him, Walks with Him, and Works for Him.
If you’re looking to learn more about being baptized, joining a Small Group, serving at Harvest, and what it means to be a member of our church, Harvest 101 is the class for you!
If you’ve not been baptized since placing your faith in Jesus for forgiveness of sins, the Word of God says that this is the initial act in a life of worship.
What We Believe About Baptism:
Upcoming Baptism Services
Please contact our office at email@example.com to inquire of our next baptism service.
I Would Like to be Baptized
Disciples Striving Together Toward Maturity
God’s word tells us that we are to walk with Christ in community. Therefore, the purpose of Small Groups is to minister to and encourage one another in our walk with Him. We like to think of our Small Groups as disciples striving together toward maturity…
Serving In The Church
The Apostle Paul commands the body of Christ to “serve one another” through love (Galatians 5:13). When we work for Christ by putting to good use the gifts and abilities He’s given us, He is glorified as we look more and more like Him for the good of others…
For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many (Mark 10:45)
If you desire to make Harvest your home, where you’re connected with others who worship, walk with, and work for Christ, join with us in making a formal commitment.
I affirm, believe and support the teaching of this church. And God says the believers had all things in common including devotion to the Apostles’ teaching (Acts 2:42–47). I desire to associate with people of like mind and conviction and embrace the authority of God’s Word in my life and the life of the church.
I share the same ministry goals as Harvest. And God says that believers are to be committed to one another for the sake of spiritual impact (Ephesians 4:16). I believe that Jesus has work to do in the Durham Region and around the world, and I am willing to join with others who have the same vision to see that it gets done.
I accept responsibility for a group of fellow believers in the family of God. And that is God’s plan as well (Galatians 6:1–2, 10). I want to be part of a caring network of people, sharing one another’s joys and sorrows, and helping one another grow through worship, Bible study and fellowship.
I am accountable to mature brothers and sisters in Christ for my walk with God. And God warns against spiritual autonomy (Hebrews 13:17, Matthew 18:15–20). I want to receive the guidance, equipping, and assistance necessary to remain on target and I do not want to go it alone in standing for Jesus Christ.
I accept responsibility for how things are done here. And God says that is how it should be (1 Corinthians 12:20–27). Elders, deacons, and other church leaders are called from within and serve the congregation. I believe every member needs to contribute their unique gifting and passion to contribute to a healthy body.