Harvest Students

When:      Every Wednesday

Time:       7pm-8:30pm

Where:    285 St. Martins Dr.

What will they do: Our passion is to provide a fun and exciting avenue to disciple every student! They will dig into the Word and be impacted by our great leaders.

Not just the generation of tomorrow……the generation of today!

We want our High School and Middle School (6th-12th Grade) students to love, worship and enjoy God through a personal, intimate relationship with Jesus Christ! By partnering with parents, training leaders, and fostering small groups – our hope is to make disciples of Jesus Christ through Gospel-centered adoration, community, truth and service. HarvestYouth meets at 7pm on Wednesday nights and it consists of fellowship, small groups and, most importantly, time spent in God’s Word.

We will meet at a the Church office (285 St Martins Dr. Monroeville)
For directions and more information email us at info@harvestpittsburgheast.org.

Any, if not most, youth today fall into the mindset that these years don’t really matter, and the result is that their walk with Christ takes a back seat to things like sports, video games and popularity. However, we at Harvest Bible Chapel believe that they were made for more than simply having a lot of friends or making the football team. We desire to see youth make the most of their adolescent years for the glory of God.

We meet together regularly, youth will be challenged by the word of God. We will not compromise sound, biblical truth just to draw a large crowd. We believe that God has given the scriptures to us so that we may know how to live rightly in relation to Him and others; our desire is to impart this to the next generation. Are regular gatherings will be both instructive and engaging. While there will be solid, biblical teaching, there will also be times of fellowship spent playing games and bonding with one another in creative ways. Ultimately, our desire is that through biblical teaching and peer-to-peer accountability, the youth of Harvest will show themselves to be mature followers of Jesus Christ who eagerly seek to glorify God in all that they do.