Sunday Worship


Worship at Summit Harvest Church (S.H.C.) is centered on scripture! The focus is on the Lord Jesus Christ and His inerrant Word. The elders pray that those who visit and attend this church are drawn by the power of God’s Gospel, as well as the observance of a genuine love of Christ within the church family for each other.


Each of the three S.H.C. elders prepares and gives a pulpit message one Sunday of every month. The other Sunday’s are split between guest speakers, the elders, and one of the deacons.


Each Sunday, Holy Communion is extended to those who have confessed a true relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. This is an internal confession between you and your Savior. First the bread and then the individual cups are passed in the pews. After each element is received, they are held until all have been served. The pulpit serving team will pray and signal the taking of each element.


The dress format is informal, but please select attire that is pleasing to the Lord and does not draw attention to a lack of discipline, provoking sensuality. Consideration . . . for both those formally dressed and those with respectful casual clothing . . . is practiced and appreciated.


Music is selected that blesses the congregation as they sing the enduring and rich words of Scripture. Singing at S.H.C. is not for entertainment, but to edify what God has written down. The selection of traditional hymns, as well as more recent meaningful songs and choruses, are for glorifying God and not appeasing man. We sing at times in celebration, and at times with sober-mindedness. But always, we sing for the glory of God!


There is an appreciated tradition in the beginning of each service for a few minutes. Anyone so led can read a verse from any portion of the Bible with everyone standing at their seats. This is as God inspires individuals with a specific verse through the week.


After each Sunday’s pulpit message, there is a 5 minute break before the SUMMIT SESSIONS begins. This is where the morning pulpit message is discussed and the congregation can respond with comments, concerns, or silence. The pulpit teacher for each Sunday prepares questions to involve the congregation if there are no “Berean” challenges.  It is a time that encourages everyone to ponder God’s truth and apply it in the days ahead.


Everyone is invited to stay for a fellowship after the service. We want this to be a time where the saints can get to know each other and deepen our relationships. Coffee and juice is always available. Then on the last Sunday of every month, we partake in a potluck-style fellowship meal. Again, we invite all guests to be a part of this and should not feel obligated to bring anything (except themselves) as we are certainly blessed to be able to serve each other in this way as we grow in the grace of our Lord and Savior.

Sunday Service:
Meeting at the Concord Community Center
W1095 Concord Center Drive,
Sullivan, WI
(In the Town of Concord)

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 224
Johnson Creek, WI 53038