Harvest Kidz’ Easter celebration service saw over 1,500 people giving their hearts to Jesus.
Two City Harvest cell groups show what the “season of giving” really means by blessing children at Harvest Kidz with brunch and bicycles.
Harvest Kidz workers had a wonderful time of refreshing and learning at the recent R Conference.
Two single mothers share their journey of not just overcoming the trauma of a broken marriage, but regaining their strength and forming a network of support for other single parents.
For 20 years, Harvest Kidz has been bringing the unconditional love of Christ to children, often going beyond just being a Sunday school.
It’s true. I did not attend church service for two years after my son was born and I’m glad for it.
What started as a simple call to “find a need and meet it, find a hurt and heal it” 20 years ago became City Harvest Church’s turning point. We look back at two decades of the Church Without Walls movement.
Nineteen-year-old Megan Mok recalls the transformational role of City Harvest Children’s Church teachers in her life—from a timid child with poor self esteem to a confident youth sold out for God’s calling on her life.
For the last 20 years, CHC’s Church Without Walls program has been fulfilling its vision of helping those beyond the walls of the church and bringing the Gospel to them.
What is the true meaning of Easter? This was the lesson gleaned by the children of Harvest Kidz.