New Project: Harvest Bible Chapel Groundbreaking

Newest Harmon Project, Harvest Bible Chapel, Held Groundbreaking Ceremony

Sunday, July 1st marked a historical milestone for Harvest Bible Chapel, an Olathe-based church whose story began in 2010 when they officially launched. The groundbreaking ceremony consisted of standing hand-to-hand on the outline of what will be their new building, praying over the construction process, and, of course, breaking ground with golden shovels.

Harvest Bible Chapel Groundbreaking 

Harvest Bible Chapel Groundbreaking

Sitting on just under 8 acres of land in southwestern Olathe at the northeast corner of 159th and Ridgeview, the building will be 24,280 square feet. It will include an auditorium seating 400 people, k-12 classrooms, nursery, offices, coffee bar (cafe), bathrooms, and a training center. The inside of the auditorium will come with a unique feature in the window design, they will be tinted and reflective glass, placed very high, and will allow for natural light to stream into the space. Exterior features will include landscaping and a parking lot of about 185 spaces.

Harvest has been working toward their ‘Forward Together Capital Campaign’ for some time now, stating it’s vision is to honor Christ by funding the construction of this facility. The facility will be dedicated to worshiping Him and equipping His people for effective discipleship. They are excited for the opportunities it will provide to intentionally live out their four pillars: “unapologetic preaching, unashamed adoration, unceasing prayer, and unafraid witness.”

Check out more about Harvest Bible Chapel here.

Harvest Bible Chapel Rendering

We’re thankful for our partnership with Alloy Architecture’s Dave White and David Riffell, who provided architectural services for the project. Alloy has granted permission for the use of the rendering shown above. Electrical Associates have also played a substantial subcontracting role up to this point.

Our Harmon team has been hard at work to get this project up and running, Matt Miller will take the reigns as Project Manager, and Ron Merrill will lead from the field as Superintendent. Completion of this project is scheduled to take 11 months, and will be ready to open in June of 2019.

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