We thank you for stopping by our website and allowing us the chance to show you a small picture of how much the members of this congregation enjoy being church together. We are thrilled to be this church active in this community.
We are a congregation of about 100 members with a vibrant worship experience that blends both old and new. Our music program is rich with talent. We have an active brass choir, an adult choir, a chime group, and wonderful opportunities for kids to participate musically.
We are God’s hands in our world in many ways, supporting local, national, and international ministry and mission. In our work and in our worship, we have fun together as God’s people.
Sunday services during Lent will find us contemplating the things we wish Jesus hadn’t said.
Worship on Sunday April 2, will include music and contemplative prayer in the Taizé style.
Palm Sunday, April 9, we will remember Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem with palms and songs.
Maundy Thursday, April 13, we will have a simple supper together beginning at 6 p.m. and then celebrate The Lord’s Supper around tables.
There is no Good Friday service. If you wish materials for a personal devotiion time, d365's Journey to the Cross has a good on-line meditation with music and prayer.
Easter Sunday, April 16, begins with Easter Breakfast at 8:30 followed by joyous worship at 10:00 as we remember the resurrection of Jesus and share The Lord’s Supper.
During January and February, Heritage Church "Hit the Road" sharing our Montreat-style Water Service with three area Presbyterian churches.
We were blessed to have experienced the joy and meaningfulness of the Montreat services in North Carolina. This service gives us a chance to share our gifts of music and drama with the wider community, as well as support one of our mission areas, the Ribe Water Project in Kenya.
Thank you for being a part of this wonderful opportunity for experiential worship that spreads awareness of the worldwide need for fresh, clean water.