Heritage Presbyterian Church:
A family in Christ that strives to serve others in His love
“Now remain in my love. If you keep my commands, you will remain in my love, just as I have kept my Father’s commands and remain in his love… My command is this: Love each other as I have loved you.”
(Excerpts from John 15:9-12)
Who We Are
About our Worship
Heritage Presbyterian Church is a family serving others. We are a community in Christ seeking to serve others in His name. We would love to meet you and your family and welcome you to become a part of our congregation, either as a visitor or a member.
We strive to be inclusive
Our doors are open to everyone who desires to worship God, learn more about His Son and serve others. Christ Jesus is the focus of our fellowship at Heritage. We gather to praise and glorify Him as the center of our lives, and to learn from Scripture about what it means to be the people God created us to be.
We are back to worship in-person, at 10:00 AM each Sunday. Masks are required and there are some modifications to our normal service. See our coronavirus precautions.
What to expect
We are a relatively informal church. Come as you are; some people will be in business casual, while others are in jeans and t-shirts! Our music and worship services tend towards the traditional, but we do experiment with new formats and experiences regularly.
Watch on Facebook Live
You do not need a Facebook account to watch the service live. Just go to https://www.facebook.com/heritagepresby/ at 10:00 AM on Sunday! The video is also available after the service if you can’t make it at that time.
The Church office remains closed, but we monitor our e-mail and phone messages. If you have questions or needs that we can help with, please contact us.
We are holding in-person worship services: see our coronavirus precautions.
Our services will also be broadcast on Facebook Live.
ALL Church meetings, Bible Studies and other events are still being conducted virtually.
Thanks all for your understanding. Please get vaccinated or if unvaccinated, continue to wear your mask.
“Welcoming. Excellent preaching. Deep meaningful service. Great opportunity to grow in your faith in a warm, welcoming community.”