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SUNDAY SCHOOL 10:00 AM
MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 AM
EVENING WORSHIP 6:00 PM
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PRAYER MEETING 7:00 PM

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STAFF

Falls Road Baptist Church Staff

Pastor: Rev. Steven Harduk

Church Secretary: Larry Todd

Financial Secretary: T. J. Bauguess

 

BIOGRAPHY OF PASTOR STEVEN HARDUK

Pastor Harduk was born and raised in the Cherry Hill area of New Jersey. At the age of seven, after a Sunday School lesson on John 3:16, he repented of his sin and asked Jesus Christ to save his soul. During the High School years God placed different people in his life to encourage him to consider the ministry. During an Army chaplain's challenge at church one Sunday he yielded to the Spirit's leading toward ministry. After High School he attended Baptist Bible College where he earned his A.A. (1979) and B.R.E. (1981). Pastor Harduk recently (2010) earned his MDiv. from Trinity Seminary. During the college years Pastor Harduk was able to do an apprenticeship under his pastor, Robert Dyer, in his home church in Vincentown, N.J.. After college, he attended Baptist Bible Seminary for two years during which time he met his future wife, Anne. During their engagement Bible Baptist Church extended a call to join the pastoral staff as an assistant. After their marriage in 1983 the Harduks were sent from Bible Baptist to plant a church in Newtown Square, PA, where they served until 1987. It was during this time that their first son, Greg, was born. In 1987 the Harduks accepted a call to Grace Baptist Church in Dansville, NY where they served until 1998. During the time at Dansville the remaining four children of their five were born. In 1998 God directed the Harduks to the First Baptist Church of Alto, MI, where they served until 2009 when they began their ministry at Falls Road Baptist Church in Rocky Mount, NC. Through the years God has shown His faithfulness again and again through five precious children, various ministries, and mission trips abroad (Jamaica, Ghana, Moldova, Romania, Israel, Philippines, and Ukraine). As Asaph said, "Truly, God is good". May our lives be lived, "for the word of God, and for the testimony of Jesus Christ." Revelation 1:9.