Harvest began in 1995 when Alliance Fellowship Church, a Korean immigrant church, had the vision to plant a church that would reach their next generation and beyond. In 1997 Harvest became an independent church plant, and God has expanded our vision and ministry beyond the Korean-American context.
In 2009 we left the facility of Alliance Fellowship Church to hold Sunday services at Hoffman Estates High School. We also leased a Ministry Center down the street that is home to our offices and weekday ministries.
We started out as part of the Christian & Missionary Alliance denomination, and enjoyed many years of fellowship with that movement. But in 2012, sensing God’s leading to build a smaller, more intimate coalition of churches, we left the Alliance to form the Thrive Network with our sister church, Immanuel Community Church.
As God continues to work in and through Harvest, we welcome you to join us and become part of our story.