Harvest House of Prayer – Worship

April 30, 2021

We all can remember a scenario that made us uncomfortable. That awkward moment when something out of the ordinary occurs and we are not exactly sure how to react. Our internal reflex seems to go haywire. Not knowing the appropriate response, we often remain silent and blush, or we blurt out something even more inappropriate to make the situation that much worse. Or perhaps we just retreat from the situation altogether, leaving someone else to face the tension and break the ice.  Can I be honest with you? I truly despise these scenarios. As an introvert with a semi-passive personality, I prefer to steer away from these instances completely. You know what is worse, though, than your everyday awkward moment? It is when that moment happens in the context of worship. You know what I am talking about. It is when we’re content to give Jesus the bare minimum of our adoration and someone else isn’t. They do something extravagant and outrageous, like dance in front of the altar, while our hands are in our pockets, and we’re thinking about the next meal that we will eat. It’s a painful combination of awkwardness and conviction. Awkward because it breaks the status quo. Convicting because it bruises our pride. Mary of Bethany is someone who caused this same concocted blend of awkward conviction to fill the room of Simon the Pharisee’s dining room. She barges in to this nice and cozy dinner scene, pays no mind to any other guest except the one she came to worship- Jesus, the Messiah. You know the rest of the story. Breaking open an...

Harvest Night

Did you know every third Thursday of the month believers from all over the Valley area are gathering to worship Jesus and to pray over their communities together? One of our core values here at Take the City concerns unifying churches from all different denominations and cultural backgrounds. For us it is one of our greatest joys and privileges to use the prayer room, Harvest House of Prayer, for this very purpose.

We invite you to come join us and see what God is doing on these Harvest Nights! These nights of worship combined with our Saturday outreaches create a powerful equipping force in the lives of believers, as we learn what it means to worship, pray, evangelize, and make disciples who make disciples in our city and beyond. So come on out, get involved, meet like-minded believers, and let’s worship the Lord together!


6:15pm Doors Open

6:30pm – Welcome and Worship

7:45pm-8pm – Intercession & Close