When you give, you partner with us in our mission of helping people find their way back to God.

Your generosity is important and provides resources for ministry within the church and our mission partners beyond the church. Together, we focus on the following priorities:

Multiplying Disciples

Multiply disciple-makers who take next steps in emotional maturity (heart), learning (head), missional living (hands), and disciplining others.
Matthew 28:19-20

Multiplying Leaders

Multiply a diversity of leaders through a Jesus-centered leadership culture in which every person is equipped to lead in their own lives, families, and communities.
Matthew 9:36-38

Multiplying Churches

Multiply communities of belonging so that every neighborhood, generation, and people group encounter the good news of Jesus Christ.
Matthew 16:13-20

Ways to Give

Mail: Harbor Churches, Finance Department
2900 Baldwin Street, Hudsonville, MI 49426

Direct IRA Contributions: For those aged 70.5 or above, a direct IRA distribution may be made to Harbor Churches. These gifts are sent directly from the custodian of your IRA.

Gifts of Stocks: Please contact Harbor Churches Finance Department

Learning to trust God with what God entrusted to you (from Faith Disciplines – Generosity)

Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moths and vermin destroy, and where thieves break in and steal. But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moths and vermin do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also. (Matthew 6:19-21 NIV)

According to Jesus, financial generosity isn’t a rigid requirement, a tool to accomplish something else, or even a bonus for the really good disciples…it’s a practice that shapes our hearts. Generosity is the best way to live!

Prayer shapes our hearts to listen to God’s voice. Sabbath shapes our hearts to delight and joy and trust. Financial generosity is a similar practice that shapes our hearts to see beyond our own needs and to challenge our tendency towards self-reliance. In fact, the consistent, intentional practice of generosity is such a counter-cultural way of living that we can’t help but rely on God instead of ourselves.

We hope you will join us in the journey of generosity. If there is any way that we can come alongside you in this journey, please let us know and we will be glad to help.