June 15: Forth George: Creating Lasting Connections (Father and Son)

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Who we are

What it comes down to is this: at Harvest Bible Chapel TCI, we care about Jesus Christ above all else. We are a group of people who have discovered salvation in Jesus and now want to share that hope with as many others as possible.

Where we've come from

In 2006, a Canadian family who had been active members of Harvest Bible Chapel Oakville, Ontario, moved to the TCI. Desiring a Bible-based church family, they began living room worship meetings with three other couples. These early meetings were patterned after worship services at Harvest Bible Chapel, Illinois, and they named the church Harvest Bible Chapel, Turks and Caicos Islands. The meetings quickly grew, and in 2007, the first baptisms were held, followed by the first official members committing themselves.

That same year, the church began formalizing HBCTCI as an official Harvest Bible Fellowship (HBF) church plant.  In April 2008, the church was officially incorporated under the laws of the Turks and Caicos Islands.

The membership of HBC TCI is in a constant state of fluidity. The original families who began meeting together in 2007 have since moved away from the Turks and Caicos Islands. The congregation has become rather diverse, representing at least fifteen different nationalities, brought together with one common factor - Jesus Christ.

Where we’re headed

So, what is the bottom line? Harvest Bible Chapel TCI is more committed than ever to building a family centered on Jesus Christ, fellowship, and love - love for people and love for Jesus. As a church family, loving God and loving one another will always be at the heart of who we are as followers of Christ.

What this means for you

What does this mean for you, my friend? Of course, you're always welcome at Harvest Bible Chapel TCI! We've got a seat saved just for you! No matter where you are in your faith journey, we hope and pray that you'll encounter Jesus Christ when you come to visit or worship with us.