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Pastor's Corner

Harbor Communities

What's been happening with our partners?



We are so thrilled to announce that beginning on March 5, Sallims Christian Church will begin gathering for their Korean language worship at 10 am on Sundays in Searcey Hall. We will also be welcoming the children from Sallims to our Children’s Church experience on Sunday mornings. Another exciting thing to look forward to is the opportunity to gather more regularly for fellowship time following worship. This new arrangement of gathering times is going to be an amazing blessing for all of us.

Sallims Christian Church has been gathering online throughout the pandemic and they are able to accommodate their geographically diverse community in this way.
Sallims Members also have gathered regularly to enjoy food and fellowship.

This year, Harbor Christian Church partnered with Sallims Christian Church to host the Korean Convocation for our General Church. It was a wonderful week of fellowship, learning, fun, and amazing food! We are so grateful to have been asked to host this important event and we look forward to supporting the Korean Convocation in the future.

Below is a photo of Pastor Sadie welcoming the Korean pastors from across our country.

She shared the story of being welcomed into a home in Wando, South Korea for a lotus tea ceremony. This tea ceremony was a moment in Pastor Sadie’s life when she felt overwhelmed by generosity and hospitality. She shared that it was one of the most beautiful moments of the entire trip, and that she hoped so much that all of the Korean pastors who were visiting our campus would feel that degree of welcome at Harbor.

In this photo you can see a carefully prepared lotus flower, ready to have hot water poured over the top. As the water pours over the flower, its petals begin to open. It is stunning to watch.

In this photo, we see Pastor Sadie welcoming the Korean Convocation to Harbor.



2022 OC Architects for Justice Dinner hosted at Harbor Christian Church

Here are some photos from last May when we were privileged to host CLUE’s annual Architects of Justice event at Harbor. Remember when we got to listen to Rev. James Lawson (a giant of the Civil Rights Movement) speak from our own stage???

Our CLUE partners enjoyed our space so much that they are coming back! This year they will be hosting Architects of Justice Awards Celebration on March 16th. If you are interested in sitting at Harbor’s table at the event, let us know right away and we will reserve you a seat. Tickets cost $100 each. We appreciate your generosity, however, if you would like to attend and need a scholarship, please let us know by emailing Harbor's Office.

If you are in a position to purchase your tickets to this event, please use the link below.

If you are in need of a scholarship to attend please use the button below


Rev. YaNi Davis and the Peace People

Check out Rev. YaNi’s newsletter to see all she is up to!

If you would like to learn about upcoming events, classes, and opportunities, you can also sign up for her newsletter. Please also take the time to watch the videos of some of the powerful livestreams Rev. YaNi and the whole team offered last year. So much creativity, so much brilliance!!! Aren’t we lucky to get to support Rev. YaNi and all this good work?

Another exciting offering that will be coming up is American Sign Language classes. Some of you were able to participate in the American Sign Language classes that were offered through My SupaNatural Life last year, and it was a wonderful experience. We hope more of you can join this year.

If you feel moved to donate to Rev. YaNi’s work, you will be able to give directly through the link below. Keep Rev. YaNi in prayer as she continues to travel and bring the good news to diverse communities around the country and world. Pray for her wellness, her rest, her health, the three kidneys that sustain her, her blessed donor, and also pray for the people she reaches in her desire to BE PEACE everywhere she goes.