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Common Questions

Where and When do you meet?


Where and when do you meet?


We meet every Sunday morning at 10:00 am on the second floor of the Wadsworth Building, right above the Meat Market!


What can I Expect when I visit for the first time?

What would I expect the first time I come?

If you are visiting for the first time, we will not embarrass you, have you stand up, or ask you to give money. We know that many people want to check out the church and “be anonymous” for awhile—and that’s fine with us! Come in, enjoy the relaxed atmosphere, and see if this is the church for you.


What Should I Wear?

What should I wear?


When it's cold, wear something warm, when it's warm, wear something cool.  Seriously, come in what is comfortable for you, because Harbor City Church is not about what you look like or what you wear.


What about my Children?

What about my children?


Harbor City Kids is an interactive and safe learning experience for newborns through second grade. Here, they will discover how every part of the Bible points to Jesus and how following Him is truly a grand adventure. You are more than welcome to keep your little one with you in worship!  We love to see families worshipping together. All Children workers require CORI background checks, so drop off the little one and grab a cup of coffee and a pastry.


What Denomination are You?

What denomination are you?


We are a Christian church made up of people from various church backgrounds. We are joined by one common denominator - Jesus - the reason we have life and the one worthy of our allegiance and devotion. We voluntarily join with like-minded churches through various partnerships. As for our beliefs? We have a whole page explaining what we believe. 


What are Small Groups and why do you have them?

What are small groups and why do you have them?

Small groups are an important part of Harbor City Church; in fact, you haven’t fully experienced the church until you've  experienced our Small Groups. Groups allow you to meet other members and develop relationships that will spur your relationship with God. Groups allow us to stay connected and grow spiritually. Learn more about why we’re big on small groups.


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