What We Believe

What We Believe

Harvest Time Assembly is a member of the Assemblies of God Fellowship and adhere to the doctrines and beliefs of the Assemblies of God.

You can view the beliefs and core doctrines of the Assemblies of God here:

The Affiliation of Harvest Time Assembly with The Assemblies of God:

  • Smokie Mountain Section
  • General Council of The Assemblies of God

We have over 31,000 ministers. We have 18+ Bible colleges, institutions, and seminaries. We have over 500 home missionaries and more than 1,500 foreign missionaries, who serve in 128 nations. Overseas, we have 23+ mission members and adherents.

Currently, we are a “General Council Affiliate” church. As a church of this status, we basically are self-governed and determine our own affairs. We hold title to our own buildings and assets. We determine our own programs. Our church is lead by the senior pastor and advisory board as set out in the Constitution and By-laws.

The church is also in a cooperative fellowship under the leadership of the N.C. District Council of the Assemblies of God. This relationship still ties us to the district in matters of fellowship, joint mission, cooperative programs of ministry and church discipline. We chose to place ourselves under their leadership and authority.

Our Vision:

  • To have a place where the hurting, depressed, frustrated and confused can find love, acceptance, help, hope, forgiveness, guidance, and encouragement.
  • To share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with the surrounding communities and the world.
  • To develop spiritual maturity in the lives of people through Bible studies, seminars, retreats, and camp meetings.
  • To equip the believer for ministry by helping them discover and implement the gifts and talents that God has given them.
  • To send out hundreds of career missionaries and church workers into all the world to spread the gospel. We want to send our members on short-term mission projects to every continent. We want to start satellite churches, reaching out to our neighboring communities and the world.
  • To build a Worship and Prayer Center in Buncombe County, North Carolina, U.S.A. that seats thousands.
  • For this facility to be a haven where every person can receive spiritual, emotional, physical, and social healing