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CANCER: Now What?

May 2nd, 2018

$20

This five week course study is based on the book “Cancer Now What?” by Rev. Kenneth C. Haugk, and will address questions and concerns that arise for people receiving a diagnosis of cancer. Guest speakers will lead discussions about medical, emotional and spiritual issues, and will teach patients, their families and friends how to navigate this journey. Class meets on Wednesday nights at 6:30 p.m. beginning May 2 and continuing through May 30. The cost for the class reading material is $20. Deadline for registration is April 18. For more information, contact Sybil Porter at sporter@portercs.com or Sandra Petrucci at skprn@verizon.net.

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Harvesters' Mystery Dining Adventure

May 6th, 2018

Just how adventurous are you when it comes to dining? Are you someone who returns to the same few “favorite” restaurants time and again? o you order the same thing every time you go to a restaurant? Or...are you someone who likes to mix things up and try something new? Whatever your choice is, the Harvesters’ gathering for May is a “Mystery” Dining Adventure.

The dining adventure, to be held Sunday evening May 5th, will consist of a three-course meal to be enjoyed during a period of approximately 3 ½ hours in three different locations, sort of like a progressive dinner. The “mystery” part comes into play because you will not know ahead of time where each of these establishments are located. The Harvesters’ dining adventure will begin at the Harvest parking lot so that carpools can be arranged. There you will receive the address of the first location where you will enjoy the appetizer course (appetizer, soup, salad). You will receive the second location (entrée) when you are ready to leave the first location, and . . . you get the idea. The circuitous route will be approximately 50 miles in length.

While the whole idea is to create a new dining adventure, the chosen restaurants have been selected because they (hopefully) have something that will please even the most discriminating palate and price point. It will be a mix of old Florida and more modern restaurants. Perhaps at least one of the establishments is a place that you have never visited or always wanted to patronize.

You will be ordering off the menu at each establishment, so it will be a pay-as-you-go affair. Your cost will be determined by what you order. A suggested monetary range would be $30/person not including beverage, tax or gratuity.

Registration deadline is May 1. If you have any questions, please contact Bob and Mary Stark at (231) 564-0677. Look forward to dining with you!

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End of the Year Banquet

May 6th, 2018

$4

We will gather for dinner, worship with our Harvest Youth Praise Band, a time of celebration for this school year, and a time to recognize our seniors who will be graduating. Parents of youth will also receive summer and fall info! Dinner is $4 per person, $15 max. Please join us!

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Habitat for Humanity Interfaith Build

May 19th, 2018

Harvest and other faith communities have partnered with Manatee County Habitat for Humanity for its 2018 Interfaith Build.

Join us for Harvest workdays - and bring a friend! - on 3rd Saturdays of the month - starting April 21 - at the homesite: 604 11th Avenue East, Bradenton, FL 34208.

Harvest contributed $10,000 towards the site prep and construction costs of this home.

Visit Manatee Habitat's website to learn more, including the story of the family who will live in this home.

What can minors do? It is the policy of Habitat that children under the age of 14 are not allowed at a Habitat work site while there is construction in progress. Federal regulations prohibit minors between the ages of 14 and 15 from working in general construction. They may, however, engage in limited activities such as cleaning lots, landscaping, or painting. Minors between the ages of 16 and 17 may perform general construction work, but may not engage in certain activities that are considered ultra hazardous. These activities include the use of ladders, power tools & motor vehicles, demolition, roofing and excavation operations.

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Harvesters Are Invited to a June Wedding

June 9th, 2018

$44

The Harvesters are going to a wedding! You have an invitation to attend "Tony N’ Tina’s Wedding", an interactive comedy dinner theater presented by the Manatee Players on Saturday, June 9th., beginning at 6:30 PM.

At this dinner theater, staged in two separate areas of the Manatee Player’s Theater, you will first witness the marriage of Tony and Tina and then be escorted into a second area as you join in the fun as this boisterous Italian-American wedding reception, and all the mayhem that ensues as part of it, gets underway. It is a funny, dysfunctional wedding that is full of improvisational entertainment at its best where you will have the opportunity to talk to the actors and get involved in some of the action as you become part of the festivities.

The reception will include a buffet-style dinner complete with Italian food (what else would there be!) and wedding cake! Total cost for your invitation is $44/person which includes the wedding, dinner and reception. If you would like to register for this bliss-filled (?) event, register on this page.

Registration is limited to 25 people. Due to guidelines from the Manatee Players, registration deadline is Friday, May 11th. Registrations are non-refundable.

If you have any questions, please contact Bob and Mary Stark at 231-564-0677. Hope to see you at the wedding!

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VBS - AMPED

June 11th - June 15th, 2018

$0 - $25

LIVE FULLY ALIVE!

There is no Preschool VBS registration at this time. Preschool VBS is reserved for VBS volunteers only.

Please register as a volunteer first and then we can complete your preschoolers registration at that time.

Summer 2018 is going to be ELECTRIFYINGLY fun!

We don’t know if that’s a real word, but we DO know that
you’re going to have an EXTREMELY awesome week at Harvest VBS when we play, create, sing, dance, and learn about why God wants each of us to be
OVERLOADED with CONFIDENCE.

Through interactive Bible Stories, extremely fun games, jammin' music, creative crafts and yummy snacks, our students will have an experience they won't soon forget this Summer!

He wants us to live our lives FULLY ALIVE because
we can believe that what He says is TRUE!

Our memory verse is John 10:10
"I have come to that they may have life.
I want them to have it in the fullest possible way."

This is what we are learning every day this week!

DAY 1

Bottom Line: Live like you know God is with you.

Bible Story: The life of Joseph.

DAY 2

Bottom Line: Live like God has a plan for you.

Bible Story: The life of Esther

DAY 3

Bottom Line: Live like Jesus is alive

Bible Story: The life of Jesus

DAY 4

Bottom Line: Live like people matter.

Bible Story: The Story of the Early Church

DAY 5

Bottom Line: Live like you’re part of a bigger story.

Bible Story: The life of Paul

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Habitat for Humanity Interfaith Build

June 16th, 2018

Harvest and other faith communities have partnered with Manatee County Habitat for Humanity for its 2018 Interfaith Build.

Join us for Harvest workdays - and bring a friend! - on 3rd Saturdays of the month - starting April 21 - at the homesite: 604 11th Avenue East, Bradenton, FL 34208.

Harvest contributed $10,000 towards the site prep and construction costs of this home.

Visit Manatee Habitat's website to learn more, including the story of the family who will live in this home.

What can minors do? It is the policy of Habitat that children under the age of 14 are not allowed at a Habitat work site while there is construction in progress. Federal regulations prohibit minors between the ages of 14 and 15 from working in general construction. They may, however, engage in limited activities such as cleaning lots, landscaping, or painting. Minors between the ages of 16 and 17 may perform general construction work, but may not engage in certain activities that are considered ultra hazardous. These activities include the use of ladders, power tools & motor vehicles, demolition, roofing and excavation operations.

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Middle School Mission Trip

June 25th - June 29th, 2018

$150

We are PUMPED about this trip!

This trip is for all rising 6th graders and current 6th, 7th, and 8th graders. Invite your friends to join us!

We will be heading back to Metropolitan Ministries in Tampa this summer from June 25th-29th, Monday through Friday. We will leave early that Monday, and get back after dinner on Friday.

Cost is $150 which includes: cost for Metro, our fun day expenses, all food, transportation, and donation to the church that will house us.

All details will be sent out in an email closer to the event including departure and arrival times, which adults are attending, packing list, what our fun day consists of, etc.

Please email Ginny Newton at gnewton@welcometoharvest.org if you have any questions. We're so excited!

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Habitat for Humanity Interfaith Build

July 21st, 2018

Harvest and other faith communities have partnered with Manatee County Habitat for Humanity for its 2018 Interfaith Build.

Join us for Harvest workdays - and bring a friend! - on 3rd Saturdays of the month - starting April 21 - at the homesite: 604 11th Avenue East, Bradenton, FL 34208.

Harvest contributed $10,000 towards the site prep and construction costs of this home.

Visit Manatee Habitat's website to learn more, including the story of the family who will live in this home.

What can minors do? It is the policy of Habitat that children under the age of 14 are not allowed at a Habitat work site while there is construction in progress. Federal regulations prohibit minors between the ages of 14 and 15 from working in general construction. They may, however, engage in limited activities such as cleaning lots, landscaping, or painting. Minors between the ages of 16 and 17 may perform general construction work, but may not engage in certain activities that are considered ultra hazardous. These activities include the use of ladders, power tools & motor vehicles, demolition, roofing and excavation operations.

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High School Mission Trip

July 22nd - July 28th, 2018

$200

We are STOKED for this trip!

This trip is open to ALL rising 9th graders and ALL current 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th graders. Invite your friends to join us!

We want to dedicated this summer to helping our neighbors. We will be heading to Collier County (Southwest, FL) this summer from July 22nd-28th, Sunday through Saturday. We will be working with UMCOR (United Methodist Committee on Relief) and repairing homes that were damaged in Hurricane Irma.

Cost is $200 which includes: all food, transportation, supplies, our fun day expenses, and donation for the church that will house us.

All details will be sent out in an email closer to the event including departure and arrival times, which adults are attending, packing list, what our fun day consists of, etc.

Please email Ginny Newton at gnewton@welcometoharvest.org if you have any questions. We're so excited!

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Habitat for Humanity Interfaith Build

August 18th, 2018

Harvest and other faith communities have partnered with Manatee County Habitat for Humanity for its 2018 Interfaith Build.

Join us for Harvest workdays - and bring a friend! - on 3rd Saturdays of the month - starting April 21 - at the homesite: 604 11th Avenue East, Bradenton, FL 34208.

Harvest contributed $10,000 towards the site prep and construction costs of this home.

Visit Manatee Habitat's website to learn more, including the story of the family who will live in this home.

What can minors do? It is the policy of Habitat that children under the age of 14 are not allowed at a Habitat work site while there is construction in progress. Federal regulations prohibit minors between the ages of 14 and 15 from working in general construction. They may, however, engage in limited activities such as cleaning lots, landscaping, or painting. Minors between the ages of 16 and 17 may perform general construction work, but may not engage in certain activities that are considered ultra hazardous. These activities include the use of ladders, power tools & motor vehicles, demolition, roofing and excavation operations.

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Habitat for Humanity Interfaith Build

September 15th, 2018

Harvest and other faith communities have partnered with Manatee County Habitat for Humanity for its 2018 Interfaith Build.

Join us for Harvest workdays - and bring a friend! - on 3rd Saturdays of the month - starting April 21 - at the homesite: 604 11th Avenue East, Bradenton, FL 34208.

Harvest contributed $10,000 towards the site prep and construction costs of this home.

Visit Manatee Habitat's website to learn more, including the story of the family who will live in this home.

What can minors do? It is the policy of Habitat that children under the age of 14 are not allowed at a Habitat work site while there is construction in progress. Federal regulations prohibit minors between the ages of 14 and 15 from working in general construction. They may, however, engage in limited activities such as cleaning lots, landscaping, or painting. Minors between the ages of 16 and 17 may perform general construction work, but may not engage in certain activities that are considered ultra hazardous. These activities include the use of ladders, power tools & motor vehicles, demolition, roofing and excavation operations.