This Week At Harrison
Click on the Harrison Happenings image to be taken to links/information for each specific event. We hope to see you this week!
ESL Volunteers Needed
English as a Second Language (ESL) is looking for volunteers for the fall session. There are several volunteer positions needed: registration, teacher assistant, inventory manager and teacher for an evening class. If you feel that this is an area where you would like to serve, please email at ESL@harrisonchurch.org. No previous experience necessary.
Collecting Toiletries for Charlotte Rescue Mission
Collecting Toiletries for Charlotte Rescue Mission, August 7-21
We will be collecting toiletry items for Charlotte Rescue Mission. You can bring your donations of: Deodorant (Anti-Perspirant), Toothpaste (Full Size), and Gym Shorts (M, L, XL) THIS IS A HUGE NEED! to collection bins located in Hammill Hall, the sanctuary and the church office beginning August 7 until August 21.
Our support gives people struggling with addiction the tools they need to change their lives.
Second Sunday Summer Series
Theology Uncorked: Randomly selected podcasts from “The Bible For Normal People”
The week prior to our meeting we will send the podcast that will be discussed at our gathering. Therefore we NEED you to REGISTER for EACH session event month. These lessons will be different each time so you do not need to attend all three. We will need to have at least 7 folks to have class. We will have to cap the class at 9. If there is enough interest, we can try adding a second class.
Don’t let the thought of a podcast keep you from registering — its just click! If you need help with it, just ask! Finally, this is a great time to invite a friend who is not a church member (yet!)
Aug. 14 - Kate Bowler - The Prosperity Gospel and a Theology of Suffering
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Harrison Youth Summer Hang Outs
Despite it being summer break for the youth ministry at Harrison, there are still ways several opportunities for youth to connect through a series of summer hang out events. Youth events are open to students 6th-12th grade. CLICK HERE to see the schedule of hang outs.
Women’s Book Club
Tuesday, August 16 at 10 a.m.
The book selected for discussion is Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers. This is a historical romance novel set in the 1850’s Gold Rush in California. The story is inspired by the Book of Hosea from the Bible. We invite you to come and join us in our study. There is no ‘sign up’ to attend, just come when you can.