COVID-19 UPDATES

2021 Covid update  –  Harvest has resumed with In-Person Services, for all regularly scheduled Services.  The case numbers in Tennessee have been declining therefore we feel we can safely re-open the Church, praise The Lord!   We will continue to  follow health guidelines with distancing. Masks are not required but suggested.  Sunday Morning Worship Services begins at 10:00 AM.  There are currently no children’s programs available due to distancing availability!  Our midweek Services on Wednesdays will resume In-Person in March 2021.  Our once a month Prayer Service will resume the first Friday night in March 2021.   

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Harvest Church of Murfreesboro

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About Harvest Church

Harvest Church is a Spirit filled church in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Pastors Manuel and Joeline planted this church back in January, 2004.  Harvest has been part of many food outreaches and continues to give back to the Murfreesboro area. We put a high priority on loving each of those around us and pushing each other closer to God. Our primary focus is lifting up the name of Jesus, restoring honor to God, and realizing that He has a specific plan and purpose for each one of us. We allow the Holy Spirit to have free reign in all of our services. Loving God and loving people. Come visit our church family!

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Service Times

Sundays at 10:00 am

We’d love for you to join us for Sunday morning worship and a sermon from Pastor Manuel McGregor

Wednesdays at 6 pm

Join us for corporate prayer from 6-6:45pm, praise and worship from 6:45-7pm and Life Groups from 7-8pm.

What Drives Us

Our Mission

At Harvest Church of Murfreesboro, we pray for a move of the Holy Spirit and chase after the presence of God in our lives so we can impact our church and our surrounding community. We wish to see lives changed through the power of God and for His name to be lifted up. 

Get Involved

Harvest always has something right around the corner. It might be a worship night, conference, an outreach in the Boro, men’s breakfast, baptism service, bonfire, picnic, etc. We believe fellowship and community are essential to a person’s well-being. Click below to learn more