Harrison accepted Jesus Christ as His LORD, friend, and Savior in 2009. Listen to his story.
In 2011, Harrison & Kaitlyn got married and moved to Whitehorse, Yukon.
Fall 2014: Kaitlyn completed her BA in Social work, and currently works as a social worker.
2014: Harrison began his Masters in Biblical and Theological Studies through Knox Theological Seminary.
2010-2017: Both served in various capacities at Riverdale Baptist Church (RBC) in Whitehorse.
In summer 2016, they went from being anti-church planting in Whitehorse to having a complete change of mind after Harrison read an article in a church planting course.
From Sept. 2016-17 they prayed and hosted a weekly bible study to learn what the Bible says about church planting. During this time Harrison networked with Christian leaders in the Yukon, Alaska, and around Canada.
March 2017: Commissioned by pastor/elder team at RBC to go to Whitehorse Baptist Church (now Mountainview Church).
In 2017, Harrison created a master plan and vision for The Northern Collective.
May 2017: Kaitlyn and Harrison completed the C2C Church Planting Assessment in Montreal, Quebec
June 2017: Harrison is part of the pastor/elder team and oversees the Community Group ministry at Mountainview Church.
February 2018: Began weekly church planting team meetings in their home.
March 2018: Harrison resigns from his full-time job with The Kwanlin Dun First Nation as an early childhood educator.
April 2018: Harrison begins part-time work as a Pastoral Apprentice/Church Planter at Mountainview Church.
April 8 at 2pm: First Preview Service!
January 6, 2019: Moved Sunday Gatherings to 302 Strickland. 3pm.