In-Person Church Service This Sunday
Please join us on Sunday, June 6th, at 9 am, for an in-person church service at the church facility. This Sunday we will also be recognizing our graduates during the service.
Please enter through the main doors at the top of the stairs. There is a ramp located to the left side of the building that you may use to enter instead if needed. Please remember to wear a properly fitted mask and remain physically distanced from people not in your household. Childcare will be provided for ages 4 through 4th grade (more details below in the May Ministry Spotlight).
City Kids Sign Up for This Sunday
Please use this form to sign up your children (ages 4 thru 4th grade) for City Kids class on June 6th. If you have any questions about City Kids you can contact Anna Talaiver or check out our City Kids page on the church website.
Sunday Message Videos
Please be sure to catch each week’s installment of our Acts 2 series. Weekly Sunday message videos will continue through June 13th, and then they will be posted every other week. You can find each message on our Facebook page, YouTube channel, podcast, or website.
- June 3rd, 7pm All-Church Life Group
- June 4th CHC Youth Meeting
- June 6th, 9am In-Person Sunday Church Service, Graduate Recognition
- June 10th, 7pm All-Church Life Group
- June 12th CHC Youth End of the Year Celebration
- June 17th, 7pm All-Church Life Group
- June 18th CHC Youth Meeting
- June 20th, 9am In-Person Prayer Meeting
- June 24th, 7pm All-Church Life Group
- June 27th, 10:30am Outdoor Fellowship Gathering
Good to Know
CHC Summer Schedule
- Sunday Morning In-Person Church Services: June 6th, July 4th, August 1st, September 5th
- In-Person Prayer Meetings: June 20th, July 18th, August 15th
- Outdoor Fellowship Gatherings: June 27th, July 25th, August 22nd
- Life Group (on Zoom): You can continue to join us on Zoom every Thursday night at 7pm for prayer, fellowship, and discussion of the daily Bible readings.
Outdoor Meetup Ideas
If you have ideas for outdoor, physically distanced, and masked activities that the church can plan, please share your ideas with Leah and Ben Weybright.
Using Planning Center Services
City Harbor Church uses Planning Center Services to schedule our volunteers for Sunday services, prayer meetings, Life Groups, and other events. Even though you can access Planning Center Services on the web, they have a mobile app that is very easy to use. Now that we are having some in-person services and meetings, we need all of our volunteers to either sign back in to Planning Center Services (for returning volunteers) or create an account (for new volunteers). If you are a first time volunteer, you will receive an email invite from Planning Center Services to create an account.
How Do I Get the Planning Center Services App?
The Planning Center Services app is on both the App Store (iPhone & iPad users) and Google Play (android users).
For iPhone & iPad users: Using your iPhone or iPad, click here to find the Planning Center Services app on the App Store and click GET to download the app on your device.
For android users: Using your android phone/tablet, click here to find the Planning Center Services app on Google Play and then click INSTALL to download the app on your device.
How Do I Use the App?
Please watch the video below for instructions on how to sign in and use the app.
What If I Still Need Help?
Please reach out to Anna Talaiver for any questions you may have about the Planning Center Services app. If there are any questions Anna cannot answer, she will contact Abby Vazquez (our Planning Center Services expert and administrator), and then Anna or Abby will get back to you.
What If I Forgot My Password?
If you have already set up your Planning Center Services account in the past, but have forgotten your password, please email or text Abby Vazquez and she will send you a link to reset your account.
In John chapter 18, Peter betrays Jesus three times, just as Jesus predicted. This becomes a significant memory in the relationship between them. From this day on, every time Peter mentions forgiveness the people who heard him registered this personal significance. Jesus brings forgiveness to the repentant. Jesus forgives the sin of personal betrayal. A sin that brought Him suffering. Pilate makes a point of Jesus’ identity and the idea of Jesus being the king of the Jews. The crowd in Jerusalem betrays Jesus by asking for the release of Barabbas instead of Jesus. Do you see a Redeemer who suffered personally?
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