Harvest Lakeshore exists to glorify God through the fulfillment of the Great Commission.
Our focus is to honor God by fulfilling the mission the Lord gave His followers to make, baptize, and teach disciples to follow His ways (Matthew 28:19-20; Colossians 1:28-29).
When do I need to arrive?
It’s a good idea to arrive at least 15 minutes early for our weekend services to find your way around, check your kids in if you have them, and be in your seat when the service begins.
Where do I park?
There will be Welcome Team members directing you where to park as you arrive. We are keeping a portion of the parking lot free so that YMCA members have a place to park when the YMCA opens at 11:30 am.
What should I wear?
You’ll find a wide variety of dress among our congregations—from casual jeans and shorts, to more formal. We simply aim to dress so as not to draw attention to ourselves, but keep the focus on Jesus Christ alone.
Online Connect Card
CLICK HERE to fill out our online connect card. This will help us keep you informed on church updates and events and allows you to share your contact info or a share a prayer request.
Is there a place for my kids?
HarvestKids, for boys and girls from birth through sixth grade, is provided in our weekend services. We encourage you to arrive early if you are checking your child in for the first time. Here’s what to expect the first time you bring your children.
We use a parent page system. Please check your child in at the Children’s Check-In Desk and take part in the adult worship service knowing that your child is in loving and trustworthy hands. If it is your first time visiting, you will want to arrive at least 15 minutes early to register your child(ren).
Why do I see differing names and logos?
If you are just visiting our site and our church for the first time, you may notice a we refer to ourselves with variety of names and logos. As a church plant, it is often difficult to know where you will land permanently, as many church plants rent temporary meeting spaces. This was the case for us and why we have addressed ourselves as 'Harvest Bible Chapel St. Joe' and 'Harvest Lakeshore.' As of April 2019, we will merging congregations with Lakeshore Baptist Church in Stevensville to become one faith family. It is our plan to move to Stevensville by the end of summer 2019 and therefore we will then be called Harvest Lakeshore permanently. For the complete story on how we came to be, our name changes, and our logos, please see Our Church Plant Story.