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Local Partners

At Harbor, we celebrate generosity by partnering together with local and global initiatives to help further our goal of meeting the physical and spiritual needs of those around us.

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Summer Reading List: A Call to Action

Members of Harbor have compiled a "Summer Reading List" of books that they have read on their own or learned about from their current popularity.  In a desire to keep the conversation about racism going we are sharing this list with you.  You will find novels, memoirs and history books included.  Hopefully you find a book that is new and from a perspective you have not heard before, maybe one that challenges you. (The elders and staff have not read all of these books and thus this is not an endorsement.)

We hope to have journey groups in the fall that will further the conversation. What is the church's role in fighting racism during this time in America? What are our individual roles? 

OPEN THE LIST

 

OUR Local Partners


Table of Plenty logo

Table of Plenty in Chelmsford, Inc. is a non-profit organization in Chelmsford, Massachusetts consisting of volunteers who desire to share community with those in need.  We serve a free weekly meal to alleviate hunger and social isolation for individuals and families in a friendly and welcoming environment.  All are welcome— no questions asked, ever.

More information, including their current donation needs, can be found at their web site: TableOfPlentyInChelmsford.org


Place of Promise logo

Place of Promise is a Christian non-profit organization that provides Christ-centered programming for men, women, and children to rebuild their broken lives: physically, emotionally and spiritually.

More details at their web site, https://placeofpromise.org/

 



Living Waters: Center of Hope
Living Waters continues to serve the homeless community of Greater Lowell with a variety of programs that help strengthen individuals in both their spiritual and emotional growth. They give out personal hygiene packs, food packs, clothes, blankets, as well as coffee, tea and baked goods.


The Wish Project
Providing $1 million in value of free furniture, home, clothing and baby goods so that 27,000 needy people per year are better housed in the Merrimack Valley, MA. Every $1 donated is leveraged into $4 in value of free goods given and 2/3 are children. And every couch and lamp recycled means one less in the landfill.


Do you have a heart for serving your communtiy?
Looking for ways to get involved? 
Contact Maeghan for more information!