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Sue Duckarmenn

SUE DUCKARMENN Sue Duckarmenn started serving brunch every Sunday Central Campus a few years ago as a way to serve our church family and give people a reason to stick around and mingle. She donates her time and money to lead an amazing team to provide an amazing brunch for us.

Jacquie Wagner

Jacquie Wagner wrote a poem about what God is teaching her. She has put great trust in the God who made her and has great joy in her relationship with Him. I Want To Be A Lakeby: Jacquie Wagner I want to be a lake ~still, glass flatreflecting, jade green,His standing, multi-membered forest,and flying friends in silver sky, oh Majesty! a loving messageHis creation ~ to send out and backpraise for His awesome work!  A lake? but an ocean! Surging, powerful, relentless ~ faithful icon…

Isabella Knapp

Written By: Matt Knapp (her dad) I’ve always told people that my middle child, Isabella (12), is the strongest person I know. She was born 5 lbs 2 oz and has always been on the shorter side. She wasn’t destined for great heights anyway (I’m 5′ 4″ and my wife is 5′ 2″), but when she turned 6 we found out why she was smaller than other kids her age. She gave me permission to tell you more about her story.……

Jim Bauml

Jim Bauml has been a part of Harbor Covenant Church for over 15 years. He is a very talented and self-employed contractor who finds a lot of purpose and connection to his faith in his career. He volunteers in our kids program on Sundays and is a mentor to our middle school group on Thursdays. This is his story. How did you come to faith in Jesus? Faith became something tangible to me after a couple difficult years in grade…

CMJ Sunday

CMJ SUNDAY Every year we cancel our worship services and go out in our community and serve as worship. This year you opened your hearts and arms to serve Minter Creek Elementary School, Harbor Ridge Middle School, Evergreen Elementary School, The NW Furniture Bank, and Habitat For Humanity. Check out what Mia Darnell had to say about her experience. “God has blessed me with a lot of skills and talents which could potentially inflate my ego and pride. I’ve had…

The Prayer Ladies

THE PRAYER LADIES Lifetime friendships are hard to come by, but if you’re blessed enough to have a few, they make all the difference. Especially ones that pray for you every week.  For the past 40 years Sandy Anderson, Dalen Mason, Joanne Cochrane, and Cathie Gates have developed one of the deepest friendships we’ve ever heard of. We call them the prayer ladies, because they have committed to meeting together every week for years to pray for each other, for…

The Newells

The Newells Conrad and Britta Newell, and their son Torben, are moving back to Chicago to be near family. The Newells have been an active part of Harbor Cov for 8 years. They have served on various different ministry teams, including Britta on the Leadership Team. We asked them to say goodbye, tell us their favorite Harbor Cov memories, and give us a little challenge. We will miss you Newells. God’s grace to you as you move back to Chicago.…

UNITE WEST

13 Teenagers and 4 Adults went to LA a few weeks ago and learned what it means to “Broadcast” the good news of Jesus. They attended a youth conference called Unite West, a gathering of Covenant Churches up and down the West Coast from San Diego, CA to Scammon Bay, Alaska.  To “broadcast” in its original medieval form means “to sow by scattering.” Students and their leaders spent time reading and studying Jesus’ parables and the truths in them. They were challenged to let those seeds take…

Jodi Marshall

JODI MARSHALL One thing that helps me feel more connected to God is Service Sunday. With all the busyness of life, for some reason working elbow to elbow with my church family getting dirty, getting sweaty helps me to hear God’s voice. The act of showing love to others unselfishly, quiets my inner selfish voice and allows me to hear God speaking truth and love and Grace into my heart. The physical act of seeing the results of our labor…

2021 Blooper Real

We filmed so much video this year. Not everything went smoothly. Enjoy these mistakes. Thanks for hanging with us online this year.

Lights of Remembrance 2021

LIGHTS OF REMEMBRANCE We have suffered an unprecedented amount of loss this year. We’ve said goodbye to those we love because of death. We have seen families fracture along political lines. We have had good friends and neighbors move away. And some of us have lost jobs, homes, and even dreams. How can we still be people of hope in the midst of so much darkness? What ever that process is for you we encourage you at least stop to remember…
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