Gather | Grow | Go


"Let love be genuine. Abhor what is evil; hold fast to what is good. Love one another with brotherly affection. Outdo one another in showing honor. Do not be slothful in zeal, be fervent in spirit, serve the Lord." Romans 12:8-11.


We gather on Sunday mornings and evenings, at Harvest, and on Wednesday and Friday nights. Our connection groups meet to learn about God in settings that encourage and challenge. Some groups meet consistently, and others have impromptu gatherings that happen throughout the week. We know that we are stronger when we gather, learn, show love to those in need, and encourage each other to reflect God's goodness, even during challenging times. These are just some of the reasons why we gather, and we hope you'll join us soon!



At Harvest, the Word of God is elevated, explored, and unpacked. The people of God are served in practical ways outside of the walls of the church throughout the week as we visit and pray for the sick, deliver meals, open our doors for community events, and volunteer at homes.

The leaders, teachers, and members are committed to investing in the growth of the local body of Harvest and the greater Charlotte community and beyond. The Harvest community participates in teaching series, weekly classes and video sessions along with volunteer opportunities. Come grow with us!


At Harvest, we are incredibly blessed to have a pastoral team that leads by serving in deeds, not just in words. The serving does not just happen within Harvest, but also out in the community: as we feed those less fortunate, visit the sick among us, meet practical needs like mowing lawns, share the good news in prisons, assist those moving to new homes, make handicap railings, counsel those who are hurting, and partner with organizations to clothe the homeless, and pursue ways to be light to those in need.

A history of serving is in the DNA of Harvest Church. For over 44 years, we have found ways to be relevant through service in our communities, as long as there have been needs. Harvest and its members have visited nursing homes, served those in need of food and clothing, comforted those plagued with addictions, shared the good news in prisons, and taken on countless home/small construction or moving projects to help many in the Greater Charlotte area.