Let everything that has breath praise the LORD!
A special note to our guests …
Entering the Sanctuary through the double doors at the end of the Main Hallway puts you in the front of the room. If you desire to enter from the back of the Sanctuary (which is the side closest to State Road 580), go out through the glass doors and follow the sidewalk to the rear entrances.
We believe that worship is meant to be a life-changing encounter with the living God – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and we offer two services on Sunday morning that are meant to be opportunities for this divine encounter. Our faith family at Heritage is made up of people of all ages and with varying backgrounds in worship. With that in mind we offer two worship styles at two different times.
Chapel: 8-8:30 am:
Morning Prayer in the Chapel. Led by Rev. Curtis Paige
Traditional Worship with Choir and Special Music: 9-10 am:
Sunday School and Connect Groups for those who normally attend Contemporary Worship. Children’s programming will begin with age-appropriate, small group classes. On the first Sunday of each month we will have a Family Connect Event called “The Gathering” on the second floor of Building D.
Connect Time: 10-10:30 am:
Inter-generational connect time with coffee and juice fellowship in Building A.
Contemporary Worship with Praise Band: 10:30-11:30 am:
Sunday School for adults (currently meeting at 9:45 am) will begin. Large group programs for children will continue in Building D. (Snack will be provided.)
We celebrate Holy Communion on the first Sunday of each month in all our worship services. In accordance with our belief in God’s prevenient, justifying, and sanctifying grace, we honor the United Methodist tradition of offering Holy Communion to all who desire to receive it: members and non-members, children and adults.
Baptisms are celebrated in each of the worship services and are scheduled by request after completion of the baptism class. If you are interested in being baptized or having your child baptized, please contact Pat Bluhm in the church office.