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Our Projects

The Harvest Conference has embraced our mission and created a variety of ministries to extend the reach and share God's love with their local and global communities. There are numerous ways you can pull up your sleeves and get involved in Kingdom work. If you would like to get involved with one of these ministries or have a ministry idea of your own contact us Here.

 Below we spotlight three of those ministries.  


God's Choice

Rev.  Shirley Elosh

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3rd Step Church Recovery Ministry

Pastor Raeanne Barlow


Operations 6:12

Pastor Paul Fehr

The Harvest Conference introduces individuals with special needs to the light of Christ through God’s Choice Ministries. God’s Choice is a church planting initiative that focuses on ministering to individuals with special needs, their families, and their caregivers through weekly services that include worship, crafts, and activities. This ministry, which has grown exponentially since its inception in 2010, is now hosted at nine Harvest Conference churches and six additional churches in other Free Methodist conferences and denominations. God’s Choice Ministries continues to grow, and we are excited to see God work in the lives of so many.

3rd Step Recovery Church is helping people partner with Jesus in their recovery from all sorts of addictions. 3rd Step is part church service/AA meeting and is a big family help each person achieve health spiritually and physically. The church is lead by Pastor Raeanne Barlow.

Operation 6:12 is a gateway to a life with purpose. A place where it’s OK to be not OK. A sober living environment consisting of a brotherhood of Men & Sisterhood of Women whose willingness and determination to help one another is what sets 6:12 apart. A place where you can gain true freedom from any of life’s struggles through Jesus Christ. An organization I am blessed to be a part of and fortunate enough to call my family. – Matthew Sedjo

Pastor Manu De Maleprade

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Mission Pittsburgh/
City on the Hills

We have all been commissioned to spread the Gospel, it is the responsibility of every believer, which is why we have partnered with the Church Development Network to expand the Kingdom of God! Through Biblical teachings and motivated mentors we help you to fulfill this command with the dream and vision God has placed on your heart!

Pastor Emmanuel "Manu" De Maleprade is one such mentor, he and his wife Emma are leaders of Cornerstone church in Pittsburgh, Pa, and experienced church planters. Together they have one son, and are heading up the Harvest Conference's Church planting initiative called "City on the Hills, Church Network" 

Pastor Manu brings both experience and energy to his church planting efforts as he plants churches himself and mentors others to plant churches in Western Pa, WV, and Eastern Ohio, with a strong focus on the city of Pittsburgh and urban ministry. With years of experience planting churches in France, Manu and Emma are fulfilling God's calling over their lives here by continuing that multiplication.


For More information on City on the Hills click here!

Dinner Churches

Are you looking for a church experience that's a little different? The Harvest Conference is proud that several of our Churches have opened their doors to host Dinner Churches! A come-as-you-are type of service where fellowship and breaking bread together help build a sense of security and community!

Dinner Churches

Saturday Evenings

Alpha Dinner Church

 Penn Hills Church

5:30 PM 

715 Universal Road, Pittsburgh, PA

Everyone welcome to join!

Dinner Churches
West Virginia
Dinner Churches

2nd & 4th Thursdays

Arbor Dinner Church

5:00 PM

208 south Chester Street New Cumberland, WV

For more details:

Everyone is welcome to join!

Church Affliation

The Harvest Conference Free Methodist Church welcomes inquiries from independent congregations who wish to explore the benefits of affiliating with the Free Methodist Church.  Congregations established outside of Free Methodist sponsorship who wish to become part of the denomination may enter as affiliate congregations.  As an affiliate congregation, benefits include:
1. A clear statement of beliefs that are historically Christian, grounded in Scripture, and evangelical in nature 
2. Opportunities to partner with other churches in a regional effort to reach people for Christ and to establish new campuses and churches
3. Training programs for pastors and church leaders to sharpen leadership and evangelism skills with the goal of multiplying ministry, planting churches, and more
4. A worldwide missions movement that gives congregations global opportunities to support missionaries and partner with ministries in other countries
5. A process for persons to become ordained ministers for Jesus Christ
6. A pension program for pastors and church employees
For more information on becoming part of the Harvest Conference Church Affiliation Network, contact the conference office by phone at (878) 207-2936 or by email at 

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