Spiritual Growth

Presbyterians are known for their commitment to education. We believe that faithful people struggle with questions and can best grow in their faith by studying, learning and sharing in community. At Heritage, we are committed to providing quality learning opportunities for all ages. 


Traditional Sunday morning Church School is not being offered. Meeting in a senior living community gives us wonderful opportunities to create one-on-one connections between children, youth, and older adults. Music remains a big part of our program and children are invited to sing, dance or play instruments during the worship service.


Youth are invited to all of our adult offerings, to sing in our choir, and to participate as ushers and liturgists. They may also serve as companions to our older members with memory problems, helping them find their place in the order of worship, assisting them with communion, and escorting them to and from the memory care unit at Tudor Oaks. Confirmation is offered as needed.


An adult class meets regularly on Sunday mornings at 11:15. Currently we are using "The Wired Word" a study of current events and faith. Older youth are also invited to this class. We have been studying on our own during COVID, but hope to be back together soon.

Other adult groups meet at different times during the year. Topics vary. This October we are offering a workshop on antiracism. Past topics include book studies, a study of Advent hymns, and an interactive art workshop on the Psalms.

A study of the Scriptures for the upcoming Sunday meets mid-week with the pastor. This class is open to anyone interested.