experience the harbor

“They rejoiced when the waves grew quiet.

Then He guided them to The Harbor they longed for. .”

Psalm 107:30


Join us for our Sunday Morning services at 10AM, in person or through Live Stream.


You can also check our past services online via our YouTube Channel.





We all have dreams of a perfect Christmas with flawlessly wrapped gifts under a immaculately lit tree. But life is not a dream, and Christmas is not founded on fairy tales.


Christmas is about God sending His son, Jesus Christ, through an immaculate conception and virgin birth. to bring hope, joy, love, peace, and salvation to the world.


This Christmas, we will look beyond the fancy Christmas themed ornaments and packages to get our minds dreaming of the hope, joy, love, and peace that makes us white as snow.


The Harbor Church in Odessa, Florida has a casual style church service every Sunday at 10am


Our service style is casual and comfortable! Once you check the kids in to their classrooms, feel free to grab coffee or tea and a breakfast snack before joining us in the service. Grab a bulletin if you like to take notes or read along using the YouVersion app on your phone!

The Harbor Church in Odessa, FL has Biblically based messages every Sunday at 10am


Preaching by Senior Pastor David Towner and his team is mostly expository but can also be topical. You can expect the teaching to be Biblical, theological, and practical with a “Home Application” section you can use at home for the week.

The Harbor Church in Odessa, FL has a contemporary worship service every Sunday at 10am


We have a contemporary worship style centered on the message of Jesus Christ. Our worship experiences are inspired by artists such as Hillsong, Bethel Music, Chris Tomlin, Elevation Worship, and others.

The Harbor Church in Odessa, Fl has communion for believers in their services every Sunday at 10am


Jesus never asked His disciples to remember His birth. But He did instruct them to remember His death and resurrection. He gave the church two visible symbols as reminders of His death. One of these is the Lord’s Supper. The Harbor offers communion every Sunday.