Knowing God

Knowing God is not about joining a religion, following a set of rules, or even about being a “good person.” Knowing Him is about having your own personal relationship with the Creator of the universe, discovering just how much He truly loves you, and embarking on the journey of loving Him back. In these uncertain times where financial stability is shaken, justice is threatened, natural disasters loom, and our own personal trials persist—God is there. He has promised to never leave us or forsake us (Hebrews 13:5), to walk with us through the valleys of life (Psalm 23), and to rejoice with us during times of celebration (Romans 12:15). The fact is, God loves us.

You Are Loved

The Bible says that God loves you so much that He sent His Son, Jesus Christ, to die for you (John 3:16), and stand in the gap for all of our sins. It also says that no matter what our past has been like, or what bad decisions we have made, we are forgiven (Acts 10:43). We can have a fresh start on life and a hope for the future (Ephesians 4:17-32)!

Jesus is our connection to God and to His grace (John 14:6). It is through a personal relationship with Him that we are saved. Not by our works (Ephesians 2:9) or anything we have done—it’s all about having a real relationship with Him. A relationship is what He wants from us, and the Bible says that when we draw near to Him, He draws near to us (James 4:8).


If you have never had a relationship with Jesus, or perhaps you once did, but you’re now away from Him, right now we want to encourage you to pray this prayer:

“Dear Jesus, Right now, I want to make the decision to stop living my life my own way, and begin living it Your way. I ask that You would forgive me for all my sins, give me a brand-new start today and a hope for the future. I want to be a Christian, a follower of Jesus Christ, for the rest of my life. Amen.”

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Learn more about Harmony Church and how you can live your life to the fullest. Pastors Gideon & Catherine Hoekendijk share the vision and values of the church and how your purpose can work together with the church for the greatest Kingdom results.

Baptism - Declare your decision!

We believe baptism is a public declaration of faith, and the second-best decision you can make (after accepting Jesus into your life). Baptism is not required for salvation, but is an outward expression of your internal transformation and desire to follow Christ.

Explore the Christian faith

If you have questions about God, the Bible, or the Christian faith, Alpha is a great place for you! Whether you’re new to faith, returning to church after a while, or are looking to answer questions you’ve had for a while, Alpha is for you! Connect with other information seekers in a small group environment that is a safe place for you to ask questions and get answers! Learn More

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