New Harvest Community Church

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527 Maple Street
Millerstown, PA 17062

About Us


We are part of an expanding network of Brethren in Christ Churches of North America. We are casual and relaxed, with contemporary worship teams and relevant messages that will touch you no matter what your walk of life.

Our greatest desire is to help everyone that enters through our doors to feel welcome, have a sense of belonging, and most importantly, encounter the presence of God!

The mission of New Harvest Community Church is to introduce people to Jesus Christ and develop them into fully devoted followers of Him.

Adult Education classes (Sept-May) begin at 9:00 A.M. 

Regular Worship Service and Youth/Children's Ministries (Harvestland) begin at 10:00 A.M.

Come as you are!- Dress is casual 


We believe music is an important part of our worship service. It has a way of softening our hearts and helps us to focus our attention on expressing our love, gratitude, and even our need for God. Guitars, drums, keyboards, and vocals with both contemporary worship songs and reworked cherished hymns create a worship environment for everyone.


Messages at New Harvest are geared to be practical, encouraging, challenging and speak to the heart.  To take you from where you are right now and draw you closer to God and his Son, Jesus Christ, as well as to build your relationships with others. We all need people around us as we journey through our seasons of life.


Nursery: Children, Newborn to 2 Yrs.
Harvestland: Students, 3 Yrs. – 5th Grade

During the Worship Service, we provide a staffed nursery, as well as Kid’s Harvestland ... an exciting, interactive worship & lesson time geared for your child lead by compassionate and trusted adults and student leaders.

Youth: Students, 6th -12th Grade

On a regular Sunday our youth worship with adults & then have scheduled class times and are dismissed throughout the service. 

New Harvest partners w/CPYM (Central PA Youth Ministries), which gives our youth the opportunity to participate in many activities with their friends throughout the week.

Shirey Little, Perry County CPYM Leader: