Staying Connected

These coming days and weeks continue to be unpredictable. More and more of us are vulnerable and uncertain. People range from being inconvenienced to being crippled with fear. Wherever you find yourself on that spectrum, know that we are praying for you. May God’s peace keep your hearts and minds in him in the middle of this storm.

Harbor Christian Center remains committed to you even while we cannot physically gather. Beyond HCC @ Home on Sunday morning we are exploring other ways to connect with you during the week.

We are specifically praying for people as they send us their request. We post “How can we pray for you?” on Facebook and Instagram every Monday. Our HCC App has a “Prayer Request” link. We also post those request on the APP under “Join the prayer team” so that you can join in praying for people at HCC and in our community.

Many small Groups are using online tools like ZOOM. If this is a new resource to you, know that it is easy to use and anyone can join a meeting that you set up.  []

All of us can continue to honor God as our source by giving online on our website ( or the HCC App. Call us if you need any help setting up online giving (253-853-4787) As always, you can mail your gift to: HCC. P.O Box 1610 Gig Harbor 98335.

Ann Webb, our Family Ministry Director, is offering creative lessons and activities, posting short lessons and handouts to assist families as they learn together at home. You can watch and print out the worksheets that go with each of the lessons. You can access Facebook or the HCC website [] or the HCC app to access these resources.

Our Student Ministries, Generation Church, are doing their small groups in very creative formats. Pastor Kramer is taking this opportunity to personally call students, staying in touch and caring for our students one by one.

Though many of us are anxious, this is also an opportunity to show our community love and goodness by supporting those around you. Check in with them, drop off food and other supplies, help lift a burden, and continue to pray for them.

Stay Healthy,
Gino Grunberg