What Can You Expect?

What Can You Expect?

What Can You Expect?

When you visit Hardin Valley Church you can expect several things:

1. You can expect a very family-friendly atmosphere, smiling faces, and a warm welcome. Hardin Valley is known for being a friendly church where everyone is welcome no matter their background, ethnicity, or financial status. We want you to feel at home.

2. You can expect Biblical preaching that is based solely on the Word of God. Our Pastor believes the Bible has the answer to man’s problems and our Pastor is known for taking an expository approach to preaching God’s Word. Since preaching is considered to be the most important part of our services, everything that we do whether by worship, giving, or singing all prepares the congregation to hear the Bible declared and applied to our lives.

3. You can expect a well-staffed and safe childcare program for your little ones. If you choose to leave your child at the nursery, you will receive a pager that will alert you if you are needed to return to your child for any reason. Sanitation and safety are considered a very high priority.

4. You can expect exciting, Christ-honoring worship that involves the entire congregation. Whether you are a child, a young adult, or a grandparent, you will find it easy to lift your voices in worship at Hardin Valley Church. Here are a few of the ways that we worship at Hardin Valley: singing, praying, giving, hearing the Word of God preached, etc. We believe that we serve the living God and that His Word is alive and so should our worship to Him. In a world that is bent towards entertainment, we are committed to providing an atmosphere that is godly and can be looked to as a haven away from the noise of the “world.”

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    • Hi there, we have all kinds of folks from all kinds of backgrounds if that’s what you’re asking. Our services mainly focus on the scriptures including public reading of the Bible and congregational singing.

    • It means we associate with other churches of like faith in our “group” for fellowship and missions. It also has to do with our rejection of the idea of reprobation, I.e. that God has decreed that some people do not have the opportunity for salvation – they are created reprobated.

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