Worship - Sundays at 10:00 am

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2142 U.S. Highway 206
Belle Mead, NJ 08502

Harlingen Church 

2142 U.S. Highway 206
Belle Mead, NJ 08502



A typical service at Harlingen Church starts at 10:00 on Sunday mornings.  In fact, we are here every Sunday morning, and although our sanctuary is traditional in structure, we strive to offer a blend of music to include piano, some guitar, and occasional band, and yes, we even provide some organ.  The message is structured to be inspirational, constructive, and faith-building from the new to faith to the mature Christian.  They are designed to be relational in material, and not necessarily as heavy into the biblical academia.  In other words, we want you to be more living in your faith than in knowing what the old theologians have to say about the bible.

You can join us in several ways:

  1. Join us at 10:00 on Sunday in church.  We are Mask Recommended for those who have received the COVID-19 Vaccination.  As before, if you are experiencing flu-like symptoms, or just not feeling well, please stay at home and watch on Facebook or under our Livestream tab.
  2. Join us using the Livestream link under the Worship Tab above.  Streaming starts about 9:55 to make sure you have a few minutes to work out any bugs before we start (make sure your sound is on).
  3. Join us on our Facebook page.  There you can also join in our community by saying hello, letting us know where you are tuning in from, and contributing to some of the conversation during church (yes, we allow you to talk in church - but preferably only on Facebook).
  4. Watch just the teaching on our Sermons tab above.  A separate teaching video is typically added by Wednesday morning.  Please forgive us if it takes a little longer; small staff with lots of tasks...sometimes life takes over from routine.


We celebrate the Lord's Supper on the first Sunday of the month (with a couple exceptions which we announce on our Facebook page).  All are welcome to the table.  The table is not limited to the wooden table in the front of our sanctuary, but we realize in today's world, as it always has, extends into your homes as well.  If you join us for communion, we ask you assemble your own elements (bread and juice).  You can use what works for you.  We have heard of people using crackers, pita, rolls, and many other options.  It isn't what you use, but why you participate that is important.