Outreach

Outreach is just that- the activity or process of bringing information or services to people. 

Reaching out to those in need and gathering  those who want to serve.  

Our pillar of purpose is to be generous givers to the widow, orphan and the needy among us. (James 1:27, Acts 2:45) developing relationships with them and inviting them in to share the Good News of Jesus Christ. The King will reply, "Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me. Matthew 25:40

Below are areas and opportunities that you may serve.


EASTER "LEAVING FOOTPRINTS"

APRIL

HARVEST PARTY

OCTOBER

THANKSGIVING "BOXES OF HOPE"

NOVEMBER

CHRISTMAS "ANGEL TREE"

DECEMBER

MEALS 4 NEW MOMS

ALWAYS




info@harvestvalley.org

    Outreach

    Valerie Fleming

    Valerie has always loved to help people with whatever their needs are. Growing up in a single-parent household she understands the financial, physical and emotional needs people that are struggling, go through. She organizes the various outreach events throughout the year and works with people to help them find the resources and/or connections they are in need of. She also oversees our mom's group Mom2mom based upon the Titus 2:4 concept of older women teaching and encouraging younger women in their relationships with their husbands and children. 


    Valerie and her husband Dennis have been married for over 27 years. Valerie is blessed to a have a wonderful relationship with her step-daughter and step-son who both live in Washington. She and her husband have 3 incredible daughters together as well as 5 adorable grandchildren they enjoy spending time with. They enjoy the outdoors, especially camping, playing in the snow, hanging out at the beach and going on amusement park rides. 


    Together, their hearts desire is for people to rise above their circumstances and grab a hold of the victory that God has for their lives and ultimately live their lives with the purpose and destiny God has for them.

    contact: outreach@harvestvalley.org

    world missions

    At Harvest Valley, we believe it is our obligation and mandate (Mark 16:15, Matthew 9:38) to partner with men and women who are passionate and have a vision for reaching the lost. We realize, as a church, that God has given us a responsibility to identify those who have a calling to share the Gospel and make disciples of all nations. We want to always ask the question, “God, what role, as a church, do you want us to play in their mission?” It is out of this response that we have created a Missions Department, whose duty it is to simply find, fund and send worthy candidates to the mission field.

    Our world view is not limited to the countries or places we understand or can wrap our minds around. We envision a missionary family that reaches into all nations and places. We see ourselves sending missionaries into the remote and Godless places of our world; places that are foreign to the way we live in the States. We desire to send men and women to cultures few are willing to go.

    Our vision to support missionaries is not limited to those who minister in foreign lands. We see the value in supporting those who reach the lost and hurting within our own country. America, in the last several decades, has drastically declined as a God-fearing nation. Nationwide, statistics show that only 7% attend Evangelical churches. This statistic tells us that we need revival in America. It tells us that we need to rally behind missionaries that are passionate about reaching the lost and hurting in America.

    We support missionaries all over the world including: 

    Kenya, Cambodia, South Africa,Uganda, Philipines & Uzbekistan


    Contact:  Missions Director, Suzanne Houde-missions@harvestvalley.org

    missions

    Suzanne Houde

    In the World Missions Ministry, we believe that Christ gave the Church a mission to accomplish while we are on this earth, to share God's Plan to the ends of the Earth. Suzanne has a heart to see the World come to Jesus, one by one. She is also keeping her life full with serving as the receptionist here at HVC. 

    Contact: missions@harvestvalley.org