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Harvest Fellowship is an independent, casual church in Leo, Indiana, just northeast of Fort Wayne. We are affiliated with the Calvary Chapel movement which originated in the 1970's in Costa Mesa, California, now numbering over 2000 fellowships worldwide.
Sunday Mornings:9:00am and 11:00am
11225 Grabill RoadPO Box 228 Leo, IN 46765
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Harvest Fellowship11225 Grabill RoadPO Box 228 Leo, IN 46765
This individual is responsible for recruiting, training, and scheduling worship leaders. He/she is also responsible for preparing and communicating the worship format with volunteers and ensuring that all technology is ready for worship each week, including slides. This individual will need to spend time in the Kids’ Worship service in order to evaluate and encourage worship leaders.
Each class is taught by a team of dedicated Christians who share the responsibility of teaching the class and building relationships with the students. The primary role of the teacher is to be prepared to teach the content and build relationships with the students in the class. All teachers in a class should work together to plan and facilitate a vibrant classroom environment. All teachers commit themselves to serve in our classrooms following a consistent schedule for one year. Teachers should arrive 30 minutes prior to service start time. Teachers should communicate any needs they have with the coordinator.
Classroom helpers share the responsibility of supervising classrooms and building relationships with students. Classroom helpers take direction from the teachers to facilitate a vibrant classroom environment. They commit to following a consistent schedule for one year. Helpers should arrive 30 minutes prior to service start time.
We encourage teens to serve in our ministry. Teens must be at least 12-years-old or in the seventh grade to serve in Harvest Kids. They must fill out a Harvest Kids’ Ministry application and be approved by the coordinator. They must volunteer with a trained and screened adult. Exceptions may be made for children working directly with their parent. Teens should engage in all training offered to Harvest Kids’ volunteers.