WHERE TO GO
We are honored that you are at our website reading about our church. Going to a new place can be overwhelming for people and churches can be confusing in their layout and feel. Hopefully we can set your mind at ease, give you a feel for what to expect and help you have a pretty good idea of where to find what you are looking for.
When you top the hill going north on Council Road look west (left) and you will see our red brick and metal building.
If you are coming to the service on Sunday, this south entrance is the easiest entrance to use. On the north side of our facility handicapped parking is available, as well as a covered entrance on the north side for rainy day drop-offs. Back to the south side, look for the large white sign outside and the smiling faces waiting to open the door and greet you as you make your way into the area we call The Commons.
Once inside you will see the doors to the Worship Center directly in front of you.
There will be ushers looking to greet you and hand you the Worship Guide for the morning and a busy building full of people moving to find a place to sit. Join in and meet some new people in the process.
As with most churches, the Worship Service is an important part of our church family. Like the family coming together at the dinner table it is important for the whole church to gather together for corporate worship.
We are wanting this time to be thoroughly God-centered and God-honoring. Our praise and preaching is based on the Word of God and it will be evident in every aspect of this time. We want to read the Word, preach the Word, pray the Word, sing the Word, and see the Word (symbolically through baptism and the Lord’s Supper).
There will probably be some questions, and just outside the auditorium is our Welcome Center where friendly people are there to assist you by answering questions or helping you get where you want to go in the building. Just a short walk from there is the Children’s Resource Counter where you can get information about our Children’s Ministry.
The building is a blessing from the Lord, but it is not what makes Heritage special. The most important thing is not the features, but the fellowship and worship of God happening in this place. We hope you will visit with us and get to know us, and that you will pray about where God would want you to join in serving with a local body of believers.