Welcome! Hardin Baptist is a multigenerational, SBC Church that is growing, friendly, and excited about what God is doing in our Church.
The Church in short: Average attendance for worship is around 160, with a great Nursery and Children's Church.
Worship is a blend of mostly hymns with some comtemporary music, and some great soloists.
Classes (including nursery) for all ages at every service. (see schedule on left)
Located about 3 miles west of White Hall on Highway 270 (Sheridan Highway).
We love the Lord Jesus, one another, and would love to include you in our circle of family and friends.
Come see us this Sunday; let's worship Him together. ~Pastor Johnny D. Taylor
Funeral services for Bro. Joe Pitts will be held Friday morning at Hardin Baptist Church with Family Visitation at 10:00 am and Services at 11:00 am.
Your outpourings of love, prayer, and support are greatly appreciated.
Link for Bro. Joe's obituary: http://www.ralphrobinsonandson.com/obituaries/Joe-Pitts/
Funeral services for Bro. Kye Stewart will be held Thursday at Hardin Baptist Church.
Visitation at 10:00, and Funeral at 11:00. Burial to follow at Hardin Cemetery. Arrangements made by Cranford's Funeral Home in White Hall.
Please pray for the Stewart family during this difficult time.
BAD WEATHER POLICY:
If Church Service is cancelled due to weather, the decision will be made by 7:30 on Sunday morning, and by 3:30 on Sunday afternoon.
Cancellations will be posted on the Church website (www.hardinbaptistchurch.org) and on the Hardin Baptist Church Facebook page (Hardin.Baptist).
If you need to be notified with a phone call, please write your name, phone number, and the word "ICE" on a card and place it in the offering plate, or call the Church Office to be added to the call list.
If you or your child is sick, contagious, running a fever, etc, please contact us so we can pray for you, and remain at home until you are better.
We'll also cut back on hand shaking for the next couple of months since shaking hands with 100 people is a great way to spread germs.
Please be especially considerate of babies and the elderly as they are more susceptible to germs. A warm smile and a kind word will suffice.
But we won't be "germaphobes" that allow fear to keep us from serving and worshipping the Lord.
So if you're not contagious, put on your "Sunday Glad Rags", grab the hand sanitizer, say a prayer of protection, and come on to Church!
Yes we are having Church today!
There is no ice on the parking lot.
Drive safely and I'll see you at Hardin Baptist Church.
Sunday School at 10:00
Worship at 11:00
What a wonderful day God blessed us with at Hardin Baptist Church on Sunday.
The Choir and Bro. Randy did a fantastic job on the Christmas Cantata Sunday morning, and the Lord added a dear lady to our Family.
Sunday evening the kids did a great job on their play, “The Christmas Cross”.
As we wrap up the year may we all remember that Jesus is the reason for EVERY Season.
Merry Christmas, and God Bless
~Bro. Johnny Taylor
December 14, 2014
God blessed us with another beautiful day at Hardin Baptist Church. It’s so nice to see all the smiling faces in the Lord’s House on Sunday morning, and a great joy to watch all those smiling children marching off to Children’s Church.
I got the opportunity to preach about the true meaning of Christmas and the importance of making that a part of our family holiday traditions, and the Lord blessed us with two additions to our Church family.
Our new Family Life Center is coming along. Electrical, A/C, sheetrock, power lines and a new pole, all moved us closer to completion.
This Wednesday evening we’ll have the Christmas party for the kids (including Santa), and Sunday we’ll have our Cantata in the morning and the Kid’s Christmas Play in the evening.
This is a very busy time of year for everyone, but don’t be distracted by the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. Remember the message delivered by God through the angel…
“Fear not, for behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy which shall be to all people. For unto you is born this day in the City of David a Savior, which is Christ the Lord.” (Luke 2:10-11)
Report for Sunday, Nov 30, 2014
Another wonderful day at Hardin with lots of folks and many guests even though we had many who were sick or travelling.
Sunday morning we got Namaan the leper humble enough to dunk him in the Jordan seven times. Sunday night we gave all our rights up to the One who owns us, having purchased us with His precious blood.
God blessed us with the addition of a young lady, and we are very happy to have this family as part of our Church family.
Tuesday: A truckload of sheetrock has arrived at the new building.
Sunday report for Nov 23, 2014
“Bless the LORD O my soul and all that is within me; bless His Holy Name!” Ps 103:1
God blessed us with another good day at Hardin Baptist Church on Sunday. We had plenty of members and Guests alike.
About 125 of us stayed for Thanksgiving lunch. And “thank you” to everyone who did your usual outstanding job in serving the Lord through serving His people.
Monday evening we had eleven men attend a short work night on the new building. We cleaned out some stuff, moved some material, and hung some insulation. Again, thank you for all your help.
I would also personally like to say “thank you” to the many people who wished me well on my birthday. I have survived turning “#8” years old, and I appreciate all the well wishing, greetings, and prayers on my behalf. May God bless you for your kindness.
Now especially to our great God and King, the Lord Jesus Christ, be all the thanksgiving, all the honor, glory and praise. He is so very good to us all.
May His Spirit of peace, joy, and love warm your heart, keep you safe, and drive away your fears.
Heaven's gain is our loss. Thank God for the memories of our beloved people.
Then answered I them, and said unto them, The God of heaven, He will prosper us; therefore we his servants will arise and build:
Neh 2:20 (KJV)
God's blessing on Hardin Baptist Church has resulted in a need to build additional facilities, and the Church has voted to pursue a building program. Exciting, isn't it? I am filled with anticipation and joy at the prospects of what the Almighty has in store for this Church and our area. Let's keep praying, working, loving God and one another, and expecting Him to keep pouring out His grace and blessing.
God bless us as we "arise and build". Bro. Johnny