January 23 – February 27 • Classes 6:30-8pm • Optional meal 5:45-6:30pm

What is the Harbor?

• An environment for parents and kids to grow together •

• A place for kids to have fun and learn to serve others •

• Variety of meaningful classes for parents to choose from •

• A place to meet other families and make a big church smaller •

Winter Harbor Classes for Parents

• Classes run for six-weeks, January 23 – February 27. Financial Peace University ends March 20 •


Financial Peace University

Financial Peace University is a nine-week money-management class taught by America’s most trusted financial guru, Dave Ramsey. Dave and his teaching team will walk you through the basics of budgeting, dumping debt, planning for the future, and much more. Facilitated by Brandon Cass $109. (*9 week class, ends 3/20/19)

Single Moms

This is a safe place that welcomes all single moms. You’re not alone in the challenges you face! This class will encourage you to build healthy relationships with ex-spouses and raise your kids to love and honor God. You’ll will find practical, biblically-sound guidance on being loving, caring, and effective parents to your children. Facilitated by Susan Kolonay. Free.

Marriage Skills: The Basics

Strengthen, heal, and renew your marriage by learning how your family of origin contributes to your relationship, taking responsibility for your emotions and behavior, and living out the truth of your identity in Christ. You’ll come to understand the covenantal meaning of marriage, your “usness” as a couple, your pain & peace cycle, and forgiveness. Facilitated by Jeff & Robin Reinke and the Marriage & Family team. $35/couple.

Raising Teens in A Contrary Culture

Understanding the influences a teen must deal with today calls for a new way of parental engagement and a shift in parenting styles. This short study by Mark Gregston (founder of Heartlight Ministries) will enlighten you with creative and successful ways to  deal with today’s issues and develop a deeper relationship with your teen. $10/family.

What’s the Story?

A class for 4th-6th graders and their parents about the Bible’s Big Story. In six weeks, you’ll learn how all the little stories in the Bible fit together. Class is interactive and fun, and uses the books “The Story” and “The Story for Kids”. $10 per person.

Bringing Heaven Home

Fathers, mothers, coaches, mentors – we all play a key role in the development of our children and youth today. Sadly, too many kids lack the support they need. What if the way to solve the world’s problems was to start by facing this one? What if we could be used to redeem the effect of absent role models? Come and learn practical ways and tools to Bring Heaven Home – for the benefit of your own kids, and every child in your world. $20 per person or couple.


Winter Harbor Classes for Kids



Early Childhood Care (Under Kindergarten)

Childcare for babies-pre Kindergarten is available when parents are taking a class or volunteering. ($30/ child for the six-week session).

GameLife (K-5th)

Game Life is an innovative approach to teaching Bible principles using sports and games. Each week includes the Game Zone where kids experience God’s word through an easy-to-learn game that teaches that session’s Main Truth; the Discovery Zone where kids explore the truth from the Bible; and the Life Zone where kids exercise the truth they’ve learned. To read more about GameLife, click here.

Note: GameLife will run for eight weeks, until March 13 (two weeks longer than the six-week Harbor parent classes). $40 for new students. Free for returners. Kids should also bring their Bible with them. We recommend a translation like NIV, NIrV or NLT. One good Bible for kids is The Adventure Bible.

What’s the Story for 4th-6th Graders

See description above. Kids must take the class with an adult.

The Wave for 6th Graders

For 6th graders only, 6:30-8pm in the Surge room. For those who want to grow in relationship with God and others! Free.

BreakPoint: Jr High

A midweek environment for 7th & 8th graders that meets 6:30-8pm Wednesday nights during the school year. It’s teaching, it’s small groups, it’s social, it’s fun…and most importantly, it’s a break from the weekly routine. Small groups are one of the best ways for kids to plug in, meet leaders and other kids, and grow in their faith.

VOX Live: High School

A community of youth who are being transformed by Jesus in order to help transform our world! Meets Wednesday nights from 7-9pm in the High School room.