Here’s a list of all the Harvest Music and Playlists…
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The number one downloaded Harvest Song is Nothing I Hold Onto, on the Harvest Worship Band – Living God album.
This song was written by Will Reagan and the Harvest version was recorded in 2017:
Tim Price – acoustic, vocals and bells
Hailee Anglin- vocals
Drew Allsman and Brian Caringer – drums and percussion
Bobby Fairless – keyboard
Alex Mitchell – tech assistance
Chase Weber – guitars, bass, recording, mixing, mastering
Recorded at Gnome Studios, Nashville, TN
Glad to talk with Paul Fernandes on the Go Harvest Podcast! Paul is planting a church in Belleville, IL and is at the very beginning stages of getting things going.
On this episode, we talked about:
- Faith of your kids as you take a leap of faith in ministry and calling.
- How to raise funds and share vision during tough times.
- Christians are marked by giving.
- Going out on a ledge when God calls.
- Taking steps of faith, like finding the rocks just under the water.
How to support / join Paul: www.supportlivinghope.com
Glad to have Marc Sikma of Matthias’ Lot Church in St. Charles, MO on the podcast today – great conversation on:
– Connecting with Young Adults (Without Social Media)
– Church Planting and Seasons Of Church
– Why Obedience Is A Bigger Deal Than Outcome
I’ve known Marc since he was a kid and student at summer camp. Over the years, he has been a part of our conferences as a speaker, and we’ve been together in ministry on many occasions. I’ve always been inspired by his focus and enthusiasm and you don’t want to miss this episode!
Listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify (below) or search “Tim Price Go Harvest” wherever you listen to podcasts.
Harvest is available to come share in parking lot worship concerts at your church and in your community.
Though we’re getting through this pandemic, here’s a list of details to make safe, healthy, fun and effective.
If you’d like to book a date or have a question, contact me, Tim Price at 618-541-8291.
WHAT IS THE PARKING LOT WORSHIP CONCERT?
You talk with your church, pick a Saturday or Sunday evening, invite your church, neighbors, and the community to bring camping chairs, and join in an evening of music (about an hour-long).
WHAT HARVEST PROVIDES:
- Harvest will provide the sound and will bring the team (4-6 people).
- Harvest will arrive about 2.5 hours before the event to set up and be ready.
- We can tailor the event to fit your structure – 4:00 pm, 5:00 pm or 6:00 pm is a good time slot for an evening event, but we’re happy to choose another time. If the pastor would like to share during the event, we can arrange the music to allow time for that. Since we would strive to make this a family event of all ages, the music would be a mix of modern worship songs (typical to ones played on Christian radio stations), kids/camp-style songs, and some more traditional music.
WHAT THE HOST CHURCH PROVIDES:
- PROMOTION: We’re asking the host church to provide promotion for the event – invitations to neighbors, other churches, the congregation and anyone else they can think of! Use Social Media, images, posters and most importantly, personal invitations to others to attend.
- ELECTRICITY: We will need electricity for the sound – if we are set up near a building, we can plug into an outlet just inside. If we’re farther away, we will need extension cords.
- HARD, FLAT, CONCRETE SURFACE: Provide a place for the worship band to set up. Since the crowd will be spread out, a stage isn’t necessary (unless you have one), but we will need to be on a hard surface and not on grass.
- PARKING PERSON: Provide a parking attendant (if needed) to make sure people park in the right place and the area for enjoying the concert will well marked and safe. People will most enjoy setting their chairs out on concrete or asphalt so they aren’t in the grass which might be buggy in the evening.
- DOUBLE CHECK WITH CITY: Talk with your city to see if you need a permit to host an outdoor event with sound. Hopefully, you can clear it with your community and neighborhood to have an outdoor concert with no trouble. One great idea would be to take fliers around those homes closest to your building and let them know this event will be taking place and that they are invited.
- HONORARIUM: A typical honorarium is about $500 plus travel. Thanks for your partnership and support as we continue to think of ways to reach out! Call Tim Price at 618-541-8291 to talk through this and thanks for having the honorarium available at the close of the event. Checks to Harvest MInistry.
- We’re praying for great opportunities to encourage the church and witness to communities.
Info (use what works for you!)
Since 1996, Tim Price and Harvest Ministry have led worship for conferences, churches, camps and events all over Illinois and the midwest. Most summers, a team will travel to serve as a worship team for camps. Most school year seasons, we pull together worship bands for various weekends. Because of the variety of church styles, events and ages, Harvest is diverse in style. Music ranges from modern songs, to ancient hymns to interactive kids songs. Depending on the setting, Harvest will incorporate these styles.
Most often the team is comprised of vocals, percussion, acoustic, and bass.
Listen to the playlists as www.harvestminstryteams.com/playlist.
The fall Harv-A-Thon is a virtual event and a fun way to invite others to join us in the mission by giving financially! Without the generosity of so many people, it would be difficult for Harvest Ministry to thrive the way it has for 25 years! We praise the Lord for his faithfulness and provision and for the awesome opportunity we’re given to do this together.
Over 100 people gave during the Harv-A-Thon and the goal was met – just a hair over $20,000 was given during the event! This money will be used as we kick off 2021 and continue finding ways to reach out through music and ministry to the church and the next generation!
Of course, you’re always welcome to give and here are the ways to do so.