Harvest Train at Falcon Children’s Home is an important event in the life of the IPHC. Each year, children in need are blessed through this important ministry and the generous gifts of members of the IPHC. This year, the Harvest Train service will be available via live stream HERE.

According to John Wheeler, chief operations officer of Falcon Children’s Home, “We will be streaming the entire event, beginning with the Pre-Service program at 9:15 AM with the Emmanuel College Singers, and will continue through the program and the presentations by the Women’s Ministries.”

Harvest Train “At The Kings Table” is on Tuesday November 21, 2017.  The parade will begin in Falcon town hall at 8:30 AM. The program “At The Kings Table” will be held at J.A. Culbreth Memorial Auditorium at 10:30 AM. Lunch will be serve on campus immediately following the program.


Location: J. A. Culbreth Memorial Auditorium

Falcon, North Carolina
Date: Tuesday, November 21, 2017
Time: Pre-service at 9:15am EST, program at 10:30am EST

Livestream LINK

For more information about the event, please go HERE

Falcon Children’s Home has been providing a home for children for over one hundred years. Established in 1909 it has been estimated that approximately ten thousand lives have been either directly or indirectly touched by the various programs and ministries offered by Falcon Children’s Home. We are a fully accredited home that is licensed by the State of North Carolina. Our campus consists of twelve cottages and many other buildings such as a gym, pool and cafeteria that assist us in providing care for our students. The campus is located in northern Cumberland County in the small town of Falcon. We are presently licensed to serve 109 students.

Throughout its decades of serving students, the Home has had to adjust and adapt its programs to ensure we are effectively meeting the ever changing needs of the populations we serve. That has never been more evident. We have improved and enhanced our Transitional Living Program, launched a Teen Mothers and Babies Program, and successfully merged with the Royal Home Ministries, a residential maternity home, and A New Life Christian Adoption Agency. In 2011 we started our own private school on campus that is focused directly on working with students who are in the foster care system. In 2012 we received our license to begin licensing foster homes under the umbrella of Falcon Children’s Home. Exciting things are occurring at Falcon Children’s Home and Family Services, and it is our goal to continue to look for and develop new initiatives that will allow us reach and serve even more children in need. It is our wish that every child could be raised in a family home setting, but for those who are not able to and are placed with us, we will make every effort to provide an environment that will nurture and develop that child to be as successful as possible in life. Falcon Children’s Home and Family Services is making a difference.