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You can give by check or cash using the offering plate that is passed during Sunday services.
Or the offering boxes available in the church lobby and assembly room.
Give a one-time gift or set up recurring giving using your checking account, savings account, or a debit or credit card.
You can give by check through the mail, made the check payable to Hardingville Bible Church and send to 979 Whig Lane Monroeville, NJ 08343.
General Fund Benevolent Fund Missions Fund Sunday School
If your gift is intended for a special fund, please specify with your gift.
Giving sacrificially of our finances is an act of worship and reflects a grateful heart that wants to give back to God a portion of what He has given us. We are grateful that God provides for ministry at Hardingville Bible Church, in our community, and around the world through the tithes and offerings of cheerful givers (2 Corinthians 8:1-7, Philippians 4:14-19).
Two of the most pervasive lies of our culture are, accumulating stuff will bring happiness and that you have to start accumulating that stuff now by purchasing on credit. As individuals and as a church, we reject the idolatrous nature of mounting debt to fill needs that are only meant to be ultimately filled by Jesus.
For every gift given by credit/debit card, Hardingville Bible Church pays processing fees. This compares to a smaller transaction fee that is charged for bank payment (ACH). While we do accept credit cards, we would love for you to consider giving through a bank payment. We want your offering to go as far as possible in accomplishing our mission.
We believe giving to the Lord’s work is an act of worship, faith, and obedience.
We never want people to go into debt in order to give money to the church; that is not the spirit of New Testament giving. We DO want our people to live differently than our unbelieving friends in relationship to money, to sacrifice the “desires of the eyes” in order to see the gospel advanced throughout the world, and to watch God faithfully provide as He has promised (Matthew 6:25-34).