Not only has God called us to reach our local community, but He has turned our eyes and hearts to several unique places across the globe.
Christians are part of a global network of other Christians with a Biblical responsibility to carry the “Good News” of Jesus everywhere. At Harvest, we desire to help people engage in the work of local and global missions. We are working to build long-term relationships with ongoing missions both locally and abroad.
What might God do through you as you partner with others to follow Jesus locally or even internationally?
Local Causes We Support
We're partnering with Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida to meet this critical need.
We'll collect food annually to donate to our community through Second Harvest. Additionally, we encourage you to consider volunteering and supporting this great local organization.
We're partnering with Victory Sports to offer free after school sports programming to local Orange County and Osceola elementary schools.
Additionally, we offer on-site, day-long sports and S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) camps in summer, spring, and winter. Learn more or get involved.
Choices Women's Clinic
We choose to honor and support those who, despite difficult circumstances, choose life. Choices Women's Clinic provides the highest level of care for women's services, with a heart to help women make an informed choice with the knowledge and the means to continue a pregnancy even when doing so is difficult.
Our team has long-term ties to the nation of Cuba and a passion to see this nation reached with the good news of Jesus.
We currently are training and supporting church-planting pastors. We will offer limited opportunities for short-term trips in 2020.
Togo, Church Planting
Togo, the birthplace of voodoo, is a nation that desperately needs to hear the good news of Jesus. In 2020 we took our first planning trip with Converge partners. Currently, we are supporting Converge Church-planter, Josh Freeman.
We are laying the foundation for future short-term missions trips to begin in 2021.