Calendar of Events
Our weekly service times are scheduled below followed by special events.
Sunday School: 9:30am
Wednesday Night - C3
Men's Bible Study
Tuesday Nights at 6pm
Join us for a fun-filled day of golf benefiting the summer ministry of Appalachian Christian Camp!
- Friday, September 22nd, 2017
- $95/person or $380/team
- 4-person select-shot teams - men and women welcome
- Lunch/Registration @ 11:30 am and Shotgun start @ 1:00 pm @ Elizabethton Golf Course
- Trophies and Special Prizes to Be Awarded to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place teams, Longest Drive, Closest to the Pin, and Longest Putt
To register today, you can click the "Register" button below or you can also download, print and mail this registration form.
September is childhood cancer awareness month. As Christians, we strive to raise children to have a fervent desire to help those around them. It is because of this desire that Harrison will host a fun evening on September 6 to raise support for the children of St Jude. All kids are encouraged to collect pledges and then on September 6 to bring their bikes, trikes, scooters, or big wheels to do laps with their friends. At the event, we will enjoy an evening cookout and carry in dinner. There will also be an opportunity to fellowship with members of our neighboring church and VBS partner, North Johnson City Baptist, while watching both churches’ kids ride for the wonderful cause of St Jude.
St Jude is a leading children’s hospital pioneering research and treatments for kids with cancer and other life threatening diseases. No child is denied treatment because a family is unable to pay. Unlike any other hospital, the majority of St Jude’s fundraising comes from individual contributions. And thanks to donations from events like this one, families never receive a bill from St Jude for treatment, travel, housing, or food.
How can you help? Over the next several weeks, kids will collect money through pledge sheets. There will also be opportunities at the September 6 event to give donations to support the children’s efforts. Last year, our children raised over $1,100 for St Jude. We would love to match or exceed that amount. Please keep the event in your prayers, and please encourage these children to grow spiritually in their mission to help others.
The cost is only $55/player and includes a catered lunch. Prizes will be awarded for various accomplishments and you can also purchase some coupons to be used in the tournament to “help” your team. Additionally, hole sponsors are available for $300 and cart sponsors available for $100. All the money raised benefits the ministry efforts of East Tennessee Christian Home and Academy.
The event will feature a 1 p.m. shotgun start. This tournament is designed for participation by both men and women of all skill levels. Twosomes of all men, all women, all seniors or mixed teams are encouraged.
• Play will be a two-person select shot format.
• Play will be in two teams (four players) on all holes. When the number of players exceeds 72, an additional two to four players will be assigned first to the Par 5 holes and then to the other holes as needed.
• Play will be limited to the first 50 teams who register.
• Refreshments and a meal will be served during and after the tournament.
• Trophies and prizes will be awarded in four divisions — Men, Women, Senior and Mixed — with three places in each division. Senior is 68 years and older.
• First place team winners will be awarded a trophy and a visit to the Prize Table to select a prize of their choice. Second-place and third-place team winners will be given an opportunity to visit the Prize Table to select a prize with the second-place winners going after the first-place team winners. Third-place team winners will select last.
The tournament will once again be hosted at the beautiful Elizabethton Golf Course at 185 Buck VanHuss Road in Elizabethton, TN. From their website,
“Elizabethton Golf Course is the home of the annual East Tennessee Amateur Golf Tournament and the home course for 3 area High School Golf Teams and the Milligan College Golf Team. Although not particularly long at 6,339 yards, the course offers some very challenging putting surfaces along with a good mix of elevation shifts to offer all types of players a tough yet fun golf outing.”
Learn more about the tournament location by visiting: www.elizabethtongolf.com
To register a player, team, or inquire about sponsorship opportunities, please call (423) 542-4423 or download and print a registration form and mail it to: P.O. Box 1147, Elizabethton, TN 37644
Family Sundays are always special at Harrison because it allows our families to worship together and we especially enjoy seeing our young people lead the singing, speak, and serve in the worship service.
But we’re hoping our next Family Sunday on July 30th is extra special as we’re going to incorporate the first of many future prayer initiatives within our church; and this first prayer initiative is going to focus on our young people and our members who work in the area school systems as they head back to school that following week.
Everyone is encouraged to be in attendance with your entire families. Invite your extended family, grandkids, teacher friends, the young family next door or across the street and join us for a special prayer moment during the service!
Please don’t miss Family Sunday on July 30th!
Saturday, July 8, VBS 2017: Camp Out. Once again, we will partner with North Johnson City Baptist who will serve as host church this year. Please make plans to attend this exciting VBS that centers around the truth that Jesus is the light of the world. More information will be coming closer to the event!
Lauren and Gary are registered at Target & at Bed, Bath, and Beyond.
The next Washington County Christian
Men’s Fellowship is Tuesday, May 9th
beginning at 6:00 p.m.
at Hales Chapel Christian Church
located on 280 Hales Chapel Road,
Gray, TN. 37615
Bill Booth will be preaching on the theme
“I Am the Light of the World” (John 8:12)
Our "Learning to PRAY with FAITH & PURPOSE" conference begins tomorrow afternoon (Saturday) with a leadership session at 3:00 p.m. (in the Fellowship Hall) All elders, deacons, and staff people are encouraged to be in attendance; but anyone is welcome to attend followed by a time of fellowship time with our speaker, Jon Graf, over pizza and desserts.
Session 1 begins at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday night (in the sanctuary). Session 2 will be during the regular Sunday School hour on Sunday morning (9:30 a.m. in the sanctuary), Session 3 will be during the regular Worship hour on Sunday morning (10:30 a.m. in the sanctuary), and then finally Session 4 will be at approx. 1:15 p.m. on Sunday afternoon.
Everyone is encouraged to join us for an all-church carry-in dinner on Sunday after our regular morning worship hour and morning prayer sessions (approx. 12:00 p.m.). Meat and drinks are being provided!
We have invited a lot of the area Christian Churches to join us this weekend. You will be blessed and challenged to grow in your prayer life and what it means for our church to become a house of prayer!
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER: Jon Graf (from Harvest Prayer Ministries)
Jon has been involved in prayer ministry both in the local church and in the international prayer movement since 1995, serving in a number of capacities including the founding editor of “Pray!” magazine, the President of the Church Prayer Leaders Network, VP of Harvest Prayer Ministries, Director of Prayer Mobilization for the Christian & Missionary Alliance, Executive Committee of America's National Prayer Committee, Executive Committee of the Denominational Prayer Leaders Network, and author or compiler of five books. Jon's passion beats for prayer and raising up more praying people in the local church. His speaking ministry primarily targets the average believer in the pews. He has a winsome style that seeks to motivate through encouragement rather than through guilt.
"Sunday Drive" was the 2014 Inspirational Country vocal group of the year. Visit their website at www.sundaydrive.com. We will be taking up freewill offering to help support "Sunday Drive's" ministry. Join us after for a carry-in dinner. Meat and drinks provided.
We BELIEVE this will be a Christmas Eve service you'll remember for years to come featuring a message from the classic movie "The Polar Express", the outdoor luminaries, a candlelight moment, "Silent Night", midnight Christmas bells, "Joy to the World", and more! Come early (10:30 p.m.) for some hot cocoa and cookies! And the kids are encouraged to come dressed in their pajamas!
Drive by our LIVING NATIVITY on Sunday, December 18th from 6:00-7:15 p.m. at HARRISON CHRISTIAN CHURCH. You will see a live camel and other animals; but most of all you will see and be reminded that Jesus is the reason for the season. We invite you to simply not drive by, but stop by and enjoy some hot cocoa and cookies while you visit the Living Nativity!