Harbor Church exists to connect people with Jesus and with each other. Located in the heart of Cape Cod, we strive to provide hope for the journey to those who are messed up (because we're pretty messed up too). We meet Thursdays @ 7 PM and Sundays @ 8, 9:30, & 11 AM at 957 Falmouth Rd. Hyannis, MA 02601
Every week in our American Idols series has been great, but we've got something extra in store for you today - get ready to dig into the book of Job, hear from a special guest, and see what happens to our relationships (with others and God) when we only see things OUR way.
This message is for everyone who has secretly counted the number of people in each grocery store line to make sure you pick the fastest one. Sure, it feels good to be successful, maybe beat your friends at board games- but God's called us to something a little different with our lives. It's another week of American Idols at Harbor!
Do you ever wish you could turn back time and change your past? Or maybe it seems like nothing will ever beat the good old days. Today, let's talk about what happens when we focus on the past and miss out on what God is doing here and now.
We're kicking off a brand NEW series 'American Idols'. Today Pastor Josh will be talking to us about how we often put our own emotions as more important than God's truth and wisdom. Let's dive in together!
It's Easter Sunday- let's celebrate with some good worship and the GOOD news that Jesus has risen! His resurrection brings us HOPE- everlasting and confident hope. We hope that you can rest in that today while watching the message and hearing from God.
It's Palm Sunday! Thanks for tuning in to listen with Harbor. Palm Sunday is a pretty special day leading up to Easter weekend- but where do 'palms' come into play? Let's talk about what it really means and what we can learn from Jesus' entrance into Jerusalem.
Guest speaker and Church planter, Pastor Donald Sevigne brings a power message this week. We hope you've got your paper and pen to take some serious notes. Let's dive into why we go through trials and challenges in life. How can we still know and trust God through the challenges in life?
We've talked a lot during #ThrowingShade about how our words make a big impact- both good and bad. How can we use our mouths to share our story can bring life, not death. It's the final week of Throwing Shade series- settle in, it's going to be a good one!
We've spent the past few weeks talking about the power of our words, and today we're going to face the facts about that juicy little pastime we pretend not to take part in: gossip. Let's be real; we've all been victims of it, and we're all guilty of it. But what does gossip have to do with our spiritual lives?
We're continuing on with the Throwing Shade series. You know what they say... liar, liar, pants on fire… plants for hire? However you say it, lying is against the rules- and it's not how God wants us to use our words.
It's the end of January- have you spent this month looking BACK to learn some lessons from past mistakes? This morning, we're going to talk about when that happens, how we can take those lessons to teach us where and how to go forward!
We're continuing on in our "Refocus" series, using different perspectives from the Bible to get a little hindsight of our own (because if we made it through 2020, we ought to at least look back and learn something from that nonsense).
Let's get into the second week of our #ReFocus - Hindsight is 20/20 series. Maybe you've gone through something that felt like a BATTLE- God brings us through these trials and hopefully we can look back, reflect, and learn something from it.
It's another week of Songs of Christmas, and today we've got a special treat - we're doing something we've never done before on our Podcast. Today we have Pastor Josh and his wife Kaleigh speak on relationships.
We may know the true meaning of Christmas (spoiler alert - it's Jesus) but we also know another part of the holiday season that everyone looks forward to: GIFTS. But the gifts we're looking at today aren't the kind you buy or wrap; they're the kind that can't be taken away, and that bring purpose to every moment. The question is, what do we do with them?
We're getting deeper into the Christmas season, and it's time to see what Elvis has to say about it....well, sort of. Sometimes at Christmas we don't always feel merry and festive and bright - sometimes we feel BLUE. Let's dive into what happens when this season isn't quite what we hoped it might be, and what Jesus offers us even when this ISN'T the most wonderful time of the year.
It’s officially Christmas- and we’re kicking off a NEW series! ‘Songs of Christmas’ is celebrating the classic holiday songs we all love, and how they relate to the real meaning of this Christmas season! This week’s song we’re highlighting is “It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas”. Check it out and have a listen as you get ready for the message. Let’s get into it together!
We've got a special guest speaker for you- Harbor's own John Petty! John will be talking to us about wearing yet another mask- a mask to cover up your mistakes and your sin. Just pretend it's not there and it won't affect anything or anyone else, right? (spoiler alert: no). Let's dive in and hear from God together!
We’re onto the third week of our MASKS series, and this time we're getting into the Protective Mask, aka what we look like when we start to get defensive. Normally we'd throw in a sarcastic comment here but...might go against the spirit of the message. Get ready to let your guard down, take off your mask, and see what God can do when we let Him (and others) in.
Let's get into a NEW series! MASKS is about the masks we've actually been wearing all along. No, not the surgical ones. The mask that covers the mistakes, the regrets, and the not so pretty parts of ourselves.
It's the weekend- we hope you're excited to hear from God with us today. We're going deeper into life's storm stories with #ShipShape. How does Jesus handle being in an actual storm?? It might surprise you.
What happens when someone doesn't just ignore God's direction but goes the OPPOSITE way?? Let's learn about a guy named Jonah who really understood what "seafood" means. It's another week of #ShipShape.
There's a NEW series starting this week! SHIPSHAPE - time to check yourself before you wreck yourself. Let's learn from stories in the Bible about how God saves, protects, and stays with us in the storms of life.
At Harbor Church, our women's ministry ‘Anchored’ is where the women of our church do life together. Our summer gathering, Kaleigh Adams brought a riveting message of encouragement to our group; we hope that is will be a blessing to you as well!
It's a new week and a new chance to learn more about BUTS. We're continuing in our series about the big things that get in the way of trust and following God. Today, Pastor Ron Sears addresses doubts people have towards the authenticity of the Bible.
Let's dive into another week of Villian - How we can learn the good lessons about life from the bad guys. This week we look at the life of Nebuchadnezzar and how his pride and arrogance led him to fall into insanity; but in his humility God restored him and his life changed for the better.
We've got a BRAND NEW series for you, and it's going to be BAD. It's time to check out some classic villains (of the pop culture and the Biblical varieties) and see what God has to show us when we take a look at the bad guys.
The relationships we have with those we work with can easily become strained; however, Pastor Josh looks at the relationship between Paul and Barnabas in the book of Acts as an example of how people can handle conflict in a work environment.
Just because we are physically close to someone does not mean we have a solid relationship with them. Pastor Josh and his brother Pastor Judson take a deeper look into the prodigal son’s brother’s heart, and share how we can have an authentic relationship with God.
Relationships are hard, and sometimes it just feels easier to run away - from friends, family, spouses, and even God. Join us as we dig into what it looked like to find restoration over rejection, and salvation over shame.
Today we kick off our new series called, “Fixer Upper” as we talk about letting God redesign our lives. Today we look at the foundation of what everything is built on; which is to be on mission for God.
We’re kicking off our brand new series today as we gear up towards the holidays we take a look at the movie, “Planes, Trains, and Automobiles” and see what lessons we can learn from a biblical perspective.
Today we wrap up our series talking about the things that scare us about church and religion; specifically, what it looks like when we sweep things under the rung and pretend we haven’t made any mistakes.