South Harbor Church

One Church Family. Where you live.

1951 64th Street
Byron Center, Michigan 49315
616.531.3500
Sundays 9:00am & 11:00am

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  • 40×4

    August 4, 2015

    One of the most valuable parts of church planting is the parent church. I’ve already been so blessed by the great support South Harbor Church has been providing to our team as we prepare to launch Jamestown Harbor Church! We are already experiencing life-change, we have folks who are getting baptized this coming week. There […]

  • MOVEMENT

    July 29, 2015

    “The church is not an institution, it’s a movement.” By now, many of you have likely heard me say those words hundreds of times in hundreds of ways. The thing is, I truly believe it. I believe that the church is so much more than just “showing up” on a Sunday. The church is more than […]

  • Planting Jamestown

    July 16, 2015

    Jamestown Harbor Church update Great things are happening already at Jamestown Harbor Church. We’ve worked over the past 2 months to gather a core “Launch Team” that will help do the work of launching this new church. This will center mostly around intentional PRAYER, reaching into our relational networks and meeting new PEOPLE, and throwing […]

  • WORK | PLAY | HOME

    June 17, 2015

    Seek the peace and prosperity of the city to which I have carried you into exile.  Jeremiah 29:7 In a world where everyone has an opinion, and everyone shares that opinion without regard for how it may affect others, what if the church embraced a different approach? What is everything we did, we did on […]

  • Sticks and Stones (pt. 3): Forgive and Forget?

    October 29, 2014

    Finish this phrase: “Forgive and _________.”   How did you finish it? “Forgive and be free?” “Forgive and let it go?” “Forgive and find joy?”   That’s not how you finished it, is it? You said what I would say: “Forgive and forget.” This phrase is used so often in our world that it seems […]

  • Sticks and Stones and Middle School Flashbacks (pt. 1)

    October 11, 2014

    We get wounded. It’s universal. It’s inevitable. It’s a curse as old as the fruit on the tree in the garden. I had a professor in seminary who once said: “The only two universal human emotions are shame and loss.” If he’s right, that means that not everyone has felt joy … or peace … […]