We believe Jesus has placed us in our local community to love our neighbors and share the good news of Jesus. To fulfill this calling, we seek to meet the physical and spiritual needs of people in our community. Here are five ways we seek to love our neighbors!
1. Touch Of Love
Our “Touch of Love” compassion ministry has a passion to serve the widows, widowers, and shut-ins of Hardin Baptist by extending love, encouragement, and fellowship in various ways. We strive to help those of all ages maintain the joy of life by being a consistent source of Christian love. Those of our congregation who battle ongoing health issues are also encouraged and cared for by our awesome Touch of Love ministry team. Touch of Love has occasional meetings and activities.
2. His Right Hand
“His Right Hand” ramp ministry is our newest addition to compassion ministries. A team of volunteers assess the need and then follow through to see that the building of the ramp is done. This team enjoys a good time together while in service to those in need.
Through the generosity of giving people, we are able to help assist people in our community who are going through a difficult time. If you have a financial need, our ministry team meets on the second Wednesday of each month. Please contact the Church Office at 270-437-4868 for more information.
4. Food and Clothing
Samaritan’s Food Pantry provides food & basic necessities for people in need on a weekly basis. The Samaritan’s Pantry is open Monday- Friday, 8 am- 3 pm. All you need to do is call the church office to schedule a time, 270-437-4868.
Click here to download an order form.
In addition, Threads of Hope is our clothing closet that allows people to shop free of charge for their whole family. Threads of Hope is open every Wednesday (day and time is subject to change) from 1:00-3:00 pm. If you would like to make a clothing donation to Threads of Hope, we have a drop box located at our downtown location, in front of the (218 College Street, Hardin).
We not only seek to meet the physical needs of our community but the spiritual needs as well. Our counseling men and women love helping people work out problems in living, and are here to help people break the bondage of sin through the gospel of Jesus Christ. If you need to set up an appointment with one of our counselors please the Church Office at 270-437-4868 or firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about setting up an appointment. Our counselors are Joey Adair & Joetta Kelly.