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The young people using Harvest House have proclaimed it to be
"a great place to pray and play."
Harvest House provides building space and recreational and cooking facilities.
Users must provide a retreat team or leader and their own food.
Harvest House is the former South Presbyterian Church and Sunday school building. The main building includes: a gymnasium; fully equipped kitchen; dining room seating 90; a conference room with a table that seats 18 people; a game room with air hockey, skee ball, pool table, pin ball, foosball, two video games and a juke box - all free; a main sanctuary seating 300 people with an Austin 17 rank, 1,544 pipe organ and a grand piano; an intimate second floor chapel with free spiritual library; five carpeted living room style meeting rooms in various sizes holding from15-90 people. The building has 13 toilets, 18 sinks, and 10 private showers. Harvest House has an elevator providing access to all rooms except the gymnasium. The building is equipped with panic hardware on all exterior doors, exit lights and central fire and burglary protection.
Spiritual functions and retreats are held in comfortable, carpeted living room settings. Each room has individual heating controls. Three rooms have A/C. The largest room can comfortably seat 45 people on living room furniture or 90 people by adding folding chairs. Sleeping is dormitory style on couches or on the carpeted floors. Sleeping mats can be provided. Groups prepare their own meals in the fully equipped kitchen.
The Harvest House facilities are available to any Christian denomination for retreats, prayer services, Bible Study and other spiritual programs.
Fees for using the facility are:
The above is suggested fee only. If you can afford more, it would be appreciated and if you need to pay less, that is also acceptable. We do not want to turn any group away for their inability to pay.
* During the busy summer months the minimum number for weekly retreats is 20 people or $1,000.