Get involved at Harvest
While Sunday services at Harvest are perhaps the centerpiece of our ministry events schedule, there are other things taking place every day on our campus. These events are not scheduled because we believe programs are the answer. Our mission is to help people develop a heart for God. Therefore, these activities are primarily focused on pointing people to Jesus Christ and His Word. See what ministry opportunities are available for you and your family.
Adult Bible Fellowship - ABF
Adult Bible Fellowships are small groups that meet before the morning worship hour. The purpose of ABFs is to learn practical ways to grow in our walk with Jesus and in our relationships with each other. ABFs start at 9:30 am every Sunday morning. There are a variety of different ABFs for adults as well as programs for children and teens.
Contact Bryan Lenartz, for further information on Adult Bible Fellowship.
We provide loving care for children 0-2 years in our nursery during our Sunday morning and evening services as well as our Wednesday night gathering. Because babies usually have their first exposure to church in the nursery, we strive to provide them with a comfortable and secure atmosphere where they can experience God’s love through His people. We require all our volunteers to be trained and screened and maintain strict teacher-to-child ratios to ensure safe care. Please let us know of any allergies or medical conditions your child may have.
Contact Aaron Engelhardt, for further information on the Nursery program.
Children 2 Christ - C2C
Join us as we walk through the scriptures with our three year age-appropriate curriculum. We are excited to have the opportunity to teach God’s Word, lead learning activities and reach families for Christ.
The C2C program meets in the Family Life Center on Wednesday nights from 7:00-8:00 pm. The age group C2C focuses on are children from 2-5 years old as well as 1st-6th grade.
On Sunday mornings, 1st through 4th grader will meet in the Family Life Center. 5th and 6th graders, however, will meet in the music room where they watch the streamed adult service as we help train them to take notes and follow along with the sermon.
Contact Aaron Engelhardt, for further information on the Children 2 Christ program.
HEART for Christ - H4C
HEART for CHRIST is a ministry of Harvest Baptist Church on the Island of Guam. It is the goal of Harvest Ministries to help people develop a heart for God. As a ministry of Harvest Baptist Church, HEART (Harvest’s Earnest Attempt at Reaching Teens) for CHRIST seeks to assist families in producing Christ-like teenagers.
HEART for Christ exists to bring teens to Jesus by…
- Meeting together for spiritual encouragement [Fellowship]
- Proclaiming the good news of Jesus Christ [Evangelism]
- Instructing them through the Word of God [Discipleship]
- Equipping them to serve the church with their gifts and abilities [Ministry]
- To love and adore God with their entire being. [Worship]
H4C meets together in the Fellowship Hall on Wednesday nights from 7:00-8:00 pm and on Sunday mornings from 9:30-10:15am. If you are in 7th-12th grade, we would love for you to join us!
Our WatchCare program is another great opportunity to get plugged in at Harvest Baptist Church. The goal of WatchCare is to take our larger church and break it up into smaller groups. This allows individuals to get to know other believers in a unique setting. WatchCare helps further Christian fellowship and accountability, as well as help believers exercise spiritual gifts so that they may grow in the grace and knowledge of Christ.
The average meeting takes place every 6 weeks in place of the Sunday evening service, most meetings involve a meal, devotional, and great fellowship. If interested in joining one of our WatchCare groups, please contact the church office, visit our welcome center after the Sunday morning service, or submit a message on our Contact page.
Single and unaccompanied military personnel
Single and unaccompanied military personnel get together for fellowship at our GI ministry events. The group meets for lunch in the Harvest cafeteria on the first Sunday of every month following the morning worship service. A fellowship, led by Pastor Leo Osborne, is also planned for the 3rd Saturday of the month. Food and a time of study in God's word are enjoyed at each event.
For our military families serving here on island, Pastor Leo Osborne also meets with them every first and third Friday of each month at 7pm at Big Navy.
DYA and DOC Ministry
Harvest Baptist Church provides Bible Studies and counseling to the youth, men and women on Guam who are residents of the Department of Corrections Prison, Jail and the Department of Youth Affairs. These ministries are intended to evangelize the lost as well as encourage and edify believers. These ministries also provide valuable opportunities for church members to use their gifts for the Lord.
Contact Pam Daniel for further information.
Our DYA ministry team joined Take Note live on KHMG to sing their favorite songs from the Thursday night outreach. Click the playlist to hear their music.