Our first night will be September 19! What is King’s Kids? At HBC we believe in the importance of reaching children for Christ. Our King’s Kids program is a weekly ministry for children ages 4 to 6th grade that is centered on teaching and on applying God’s Word in a safe and fun environment. What is a typical evening like? The King’s Kids program meets Friday nights from 7-9 PM.Read More
Our first night will be September 19! New things happening at youth group this year: One youth group. Jr. High and Sr. High are now combined! Youth Choir. Even if you don’t feel as though you are talented in music, we can all join our voices together in praise to our God! Service. Ever wonder just how you can put into practice serving God and serving others?Read More
Gloucester County Christian School has been a ministry of Hardingville since May of 1997. The school is owned and operated by the church, and the Pastor, Principal, and deacons comprise the school board. They meet monthly to review reports and amend or develop school policy. Don Netz, a staff member at HBC, serves as the school principal and Mary Davis serves as the Elementary principal. The enrollment at GCCS [Pre-K – 12] this school year is 354. For more details regarding the ministry at the Christian school, visit the website at www.gccs.co.
Truth Bible Church is a recent church plant of Hardingville in the Mannington, Alloway, Woodstown area. A group of 25-30 went out from HBC to help start this church; this included two of our deacons. After a time as a Bible Study, the church moved to regular Sunday services in October of 2009 under the ministry of Pastor Dave Field, a former assistant pastor at HBC. The church meets in its new facility at 27 Alloway Friesburg Rd. Alloway, NJ. We rejoice in all that the Lord is doing through the ministry of this new church here in southern New Jersey.
We are members of the Fellowship of Fundamental Churches (FFBC), a fellowship of churches that desires to stand together with other churches of like precious faith as a national voice for fundamentalism. The FFBC is not a denomination, and as such, each church is independent and autonomous, yet as a fellowship, we desire to serve one another and pool our resources and strengths to benefit each other.