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  • Mailing Address: 5501 Windsor Road, Loves Park, IL 61111



3 Ways to Give this Season

Your gifts of winter gear will help keep kids of Windsor Elementary warm as they walk to school, or allow them to be able to play in the snow during recess. You can drop items off in the bins located in the lobby any time during the month of October. The complete list of needs is below. If you would rather we shop for you, you can give online via myHarvest here

Since our church was planted nearly 15 years ago, we have supported a small church in Shablykino, Russia.  This annual collection provides a Christmas outreach for kids and their families in their community. Your gift of $25 will help provide a gift and an opportunity for a child to hear the gospel. Any time during the month of November, you can take a Star Ornament home. Hang 1 half on your tree to remember to pray for your child. Return the other half with your $25 gift (checks written out to Harvest; Immanuel's Child on the memo), and we'll send that half of the star over to Russia to be received with your gift. 

You can also give $25 online through myHarvest or at the Harvest Rockford App. 

Your financial gift of any amount will help provide food packs for children of District 122 during winter break that are at risk of going hungry without outside assistance. Most are part of a "backpack program" that provides food over the weekends for them.  However, during the long winter vacation food can become sparce.  These totes provide snacks and easy-to-prepare meals for children to make and eat while off from school. We provided 138 totes last year and would love to do even more this year! 

Give online here through myHarvest or at the Harvest Rockford App. 

Bless Tote-Packing Event December 18

Would you like to join us at Harvest to help compile all the purchased food into totes? Join us on Tuesdsay, December 18 from 6:00-6:30pm in our food-packing assembly line! RSVP here so we know how many people to expect. (Please note: in the past, this has been a women's event; this year it is open to all).