Welcome to Harvest Church

Again Jesus spoke to them, saying, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.” John 8.12

Resources

Info about the OPC

Find resources, news, and other information about the Orthodox Presbyterian Church here. 

WHAT WE ARE ABOUT

We are a Christ-centered, Reformed church that exists to worship our God, enjoy him, and bring him glory. It is our desire and mission to help one another grow in Christ, and witness to the love of Christ with one another and our community.

LEARN MORE
Ministries

Get involvolved in life at Harvest. 

Sermons

Listen to the latest sermon online. 

Blog

Latest from Our Blog

Check out our blog, updated weekly. 

Resources for Family Worship

Family worship is not easy. With the craziness of the day, each member of the family having a different schedule, the mountain of things to do it, and the embarrassment[…]

Read more

Speaking God’s Word to One Another

The Bible has much to say to the importance, responsibility, and gift of speaking God’s word to others. We often think it is the preacher’s job, and that’s true; but[…]

Read more

The Christian’s Gym

Unfortunately, if you lifted weights for me, it wouldn’t make me stronger. I have to lift my own weights to be healthy and strong. Sometimes, we think the same way[…]

Read more

Leadership

Pastor Dick Gerber

Pastor

Dick has been an ordained minister of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church for over 47 years. 

Dick and Rita have been married for 51 years. They have three grown children. Dick, Rita, and granddaughter Michelle moved to Moodus in 2015.

Dick  is a graduate of Moravian College in Bethlehem, PA and Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. He has been active in church ministry since his mid-teens.

Jeremiah Dickinson

Pastoral Intern

Jeremiah is the year-long intern at Harvest Church. 

Jeremiah and his wife Natalia have been married for three years, and have a crazy, fat cat. 

He is originally from mid-coast Maine. After oyster farming for 15 years, he attended Grove City College and received a Bachelor of Arts, and Reformed Theological Seminary (Orlando) where he received his Masters of Divinity.