Playing the Comparison Game (Part Two)


Practical Parenting – March 21, 2017

School-Age Kids
Have you ever had one of those days when you just barely make it out the door, then you run into that family? The one that looks like they just stepped out of the pages of a magazine, kids are behaving perfectly and mom has brought homemade goodies for the kids to share. (more…)

Harbortown KIDS 411


March 19

Here is a quick snapshot of what your kids learned this weekend about how Jeremiah prophesied about a coming day when God would forgive sin and write His law on the hearts of His people.  (more…)

Movie Night


Friday, April 28, 7pm

Come enjoy a movie together as a family, and meet some new families. (more…)

Fifth-Grade Orientation


Sunday, May 7, 11:15am service

To help ease the transition to middle school, all current fifth graders are invited to preview The Union middle school service on this date. (more…)

All-In: KIDS


April 23, 11:15am

If your children have been asking about baptism, this class will help you navigate those questions and determine together if it’s a decision they are ready to make. (more…)

Sweet Life: Women’s Retreat


May 12-13

Where Women Savor Time with God and Each Other

This weekend will be a special time for women over age 16 to build new friendships, find and grow in community, and experience God’s peace and joy with other women. The lodge room format allows mother/daughters, sisters, and friends to come and stay together. No worries if you don’t have anyone in particular to come with! You will surely leave with some sweet new friends.  Balance is due to Linda Hutchinson or Information Desk by May 1. (more…)

College Ready


Sundays (starting March 19), 6:30-8pm

High school seniors, this small group is the first investment you can make towards your future. (more…)

Keeping the main thing the main thing


Last Saturday was the first concert in our new worship space (it was awesome!) and our annual congregational meeting/vision night (click here for the report). Needless to say, these are unprecedented times of blessing and growth we are enjoying as a local church. We must stay hungry, humble, and holy keeping our focus on Jesus and our mission. At this gathering, I shared that our vision has to be for those outside the kingdom of God. We exist as a church to reach the least and the lost. Bad things happen when we forget our true mission and core values. (more…)

Infusing God into Life (Part Two)


Practical Parenting – March 16, 2017

School-Age Kids
We’ve been talking about how to incorporate God naturally into your everyday family life. (more…)

First Friday FIESTA


April 7, 6:30pm

Young adults (18-26ish) are meeting up at Cancun for a First Friday FIESTA. (more…)

Catholic Family Seminar


Saturday, May 6, 9am-1pm

Come acquire some tools and strategies to discuss your faith with your Catholic family. (more…)

Harbortown KIDS 411


March 12

Here are some tips to talk to your kids about what they learned this weekend:  that God had a plan for Jeremiah before he was born and that each time God calls someone, He equips him or her to do His work. (more…)

5 Things I Want You to Know This Week


1. We are on a quest to forgive seven people this week. How are you doing with that? Our series on the Seven Last Words of Christ from the Cross has launched and these seven words have the power to change your life. Love to hear how your forgiveness journey is going. (more…)



Sunday, April 30

Come eat lunch and hang out with other Harbortown leaders as we see what’s next for Harbortown in 2017-2018. (more…)

Playing the Comparison Game (Part One)


Practical Parenting – March 7, 2017

School-Age Kids
Being a parent is hard work, and sometimes we wonder if we are doing a good job.  We hear about other families, other people’s kids, and it can be easy for doubt to creep in. (more…)

Harbortown KIDS 411


March 5

Here is a quick snapshot of what your kids learned this weekend about Joel announcing that disasters were the Lord judging the people for their sin. (more…)

Repentance Repositories


Need a bigger bag? Last Sunday I taught on Jesus in the Attic and we talked about the secrets that hold us back. The Live it Out assignment/homework for this week was to pick a sin from your life attic, repent of it, and throw it away. I asked our attendees to take a brown paper bag, confess a sin each day by drawing a big ‘X’ on the bag and then (here’s the scary part) bring that same bag back this Sunday with the ‘Xs’ on the outside, but an item on the inside that you need to repent of and throw away. I will have mine. (more…)

Egg Your Neighborhood


March 12-April 9

We’ve got “eggactly” what you need to connect with your neighbors. (more…)

Infusing God into Life (Part One)


Practical Parenting – March 2, 2017

School-Age Kids
This month’s Online Parenting Class focuses on Infusing God into Everyday Life. “God sightings” are just one fun way to do this.

CIY Believe


April 8-9

Believe is a high-energy weekend event for middle school students. By exploring 2 Corinthians 9, students on the Believe tour will learn how God is calling them to be Open … to be generous in every way. (more…)