• Welcome to Hardingville Hardingville Bible Church We are a local Bible-believing body of Christians who believe that the Bible is the inspired, inerrant, and authoritative Word of God, and that it has been preserved for us today. Christ is exalted at Hardingville through the teaching of the Word, godly music, and faithful ministry to the entire family. Our ministry exists solely for the glory of God, and our mission statement is to strive to honor the Name of Christ, strengthen believers in the faith, share the Gospel with the lost, and stand for truth...
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Christian School

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.

Church Plant

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.

Our Fellowship

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.

Most Recent Sermon

  • Let’s Go Fishing for the Lord
    Text: Luke 5:1-11 - This sermon examines the account of Jesus' calling of Peter as a disciple. Having recently heard and seen the power of Jesus, He responded to Christ immediately, trusting Him to lead him in a life of more value than his former life as a fisherman. He immediately recognized his own sinfulness like Isaiah (6:1-3), and Job (42:5-6). People who sense their own sin deeply are often the most useful servants to the ... Read More →

Latest News

  • Drew Franklin Obituary
    Andrew Franklin, born August 25, 1984, went to his home in Heaven on October 5, 2016 after an arduous battle with cancer.  Andrew leaves behind his wife of ten years, Melissa (Greenwood), three children, Braydon (6 years), Blake (3 years), and Reese (2 years), his mother Elizabeth, his sister Victoria, her husband Aziz and their son Owen, his brother Kirby and his wife Chrissy, his brother Asa, Melissa’s parents, Bill and Debbie Greenwood, their children, ... Read More →

From the Pastor

  • Listening Well To The Sunday Sermon
    Practical counsel from 17th century English Puritan pastor Thomas Watson, on how to listen to sermons with spiritual profit on the Lord’s Day Be dressed in your soul with prayer. Come from your knees to the sermon and go from the sermon to your knees. Come with a holy appetite. Good appetite promotes good digestion. Come with a tender, teachable heart. Ask the Lord, “What do You want me to do?” Be attentive to the Word preached. Hear the ... Read More →