Welcome to the Mullica Hill Baptist Church in New Jersey. We have served our community for years since 1845 with Biblical Christian Values.

We truly believe that Jesus Christ is still the answer for you and I, for our families, and for our country. Our goal is to teach our community the Knowledge of God's Word in showing the way of Salvation for Eternal Life and prepare us for Godly service.

Why not come to our Sunday Services? Please accept this invitation to visit us. We would like to invite you to come and fellowship with us for prayer, relationships, salvation, baptism and communion.

In reaching our online community worldwide, may we offer you a personal guide for daily living, and sermons for online Christian training


Since 1845
Traditional services preserve our historic setting
Serving our community of Mullica Hill New Jersey

Sunday Service   9:30am
Sunday Service 11:00am


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Pray? Do I really need to pray? What if I don't know how? If prayer is talking to God, then who am I that He should listen to me? Honestly, I don't even know what to say to God. I don't know where to start!

I sometimes wonder if there really is a God. How could anyone be certain that they would go to Heaven? With so many religious views on God and heaven, how can I know the truth, and how would I know the difference?

What is baptism? Is it really important? Does baptism ensure my passage to heaven? I was already baptized as an infant; isn't that enough?

Communion is the symbolic reenactment of the Last Supper; the final Passover feast that Jesus celebrated with His disciples. It would be the last time they would share this traditional meal together,

From the opening pages of the Bible and throughout its text the triunity of God is taught. Although a search through Scripture to find the word "triune," or any derivative of it, will be futile because it is not a biblical word, but yet, its principle is evident.

On the day of Pentecost when the Holy Spirit had come upon the disciples, as Jesus had promised, they began to witness and explain the wonderful acts of God. Many people responded to the gospel message, and were saved and baptized.

The pastor is Christ's example to the church. He is to "pursue righteousness, faith, love and peace" (2 Timothy 2:22). He is held to a high standard of pure and godly virtues because he shepherds God's flock, and we are His sheep. The pastor must accurately teach Scripture by consistently presenting God's intended meaning.

There is no shortage on ministerial needs. In fact, there is a wide spectrum from which to choose where your talents, spiritual gifts, interests, and current skills will lend themselves to serve in Christ's ministry.

Scripture shows that the giving of tithes and offerings to the local church is necessary, and carries with it the promise of spiritual blessings. Often, we want blessings without the responsibilities, but God's word teaches us that our dutiful giving is accounted to us. It is a future reward that is kept securely for us in the heavenly kingdom.

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