First Prayer Focus
Every January, our church sets aside 3 weeks to dedicate ourselves to prayer and fasting to begin the new year. From January 9-30th, Pastors Ben and Rebecca invite our church family to change up our normal habits, slow down our level of activity, and spend more time resting in God’s presence. We will be providing information about in-person and virtual prayer times that will replace our normal Life Group format during that period.
Church Anniversary Service
Save the Date! On Sunday, January 30th, we will celebrate our church’s 11th anniversary together! More information about this special service will be provided later.
New Life Groups Launch
Thursday, February 6th, we will be launching our new Life Groups! Stay tuned for more details as we get closer to the launch.
Life Group Tonight
Join us tonight for Life Group at 7pm via Zoom as we pray together and encourage one another. You should receive an email today with information on how to join the call.
No Church Service December 26th
As we have heard that many people will be out of town or unavailable, there will be no church service this Sunday, December 26th. Our weekly Sunday services will resume the following Sunday, on January 2nd. Life Group will meet every Thursday night in December, so please continue to participate in Thursday Life Groups.
- December 23rd, 7pm Virtual Life Group
- December 30th, 7pm Virtual Life Group
- January 2nd, 9am In-Person Church Service
- January 6th, 7pm Virtual Life Group
- January 9th, 9am In-Person Church Service
Good to Know
Last Sunday’s sermon is available on the church website in case you were unable to attend in person. You can also find other past messages there as well.
In Revelation chapter 14, the prophet John sees a vision of people who are faithful to God. People from the tribes of Israel and people from every nation will give glory to God. They will see the victorious peace of God. There will also be people who reject God and will find the consequences. John sees Jesus Christ in ultimate victory. There will be people who remain faithful as followers of Jesus. They will worship God in spirit and in truth. They will patiently endure the challenges of this world and see the victory of Jesus. They will keep faith in Jesus, obeying His teaching. They will be blessed. They will find rest. You and I can be counted among them.
City Harbor Church is a safe place to find and follow Jesus. Click here for more information about us and what we believe.