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Confessio: A Night of Hymns and Songs with The Gettys

Confessio: A Night of Hymns and Songs with The Gettys

We’re excited to once again be hosting Keith & Kristyn Getty along with their team for an evening of worship and praise on Friday, March 11, for their brand new hymns tour: Confessio: A diary of hymns and songs that underscore the Gettys’ Irish American journey. This collection is a ‘confessio’ in word and note of the musical and spiritual roots that continue to call us to the ancient paths. “For he grew up before him like a young plant, and like a root out of dry ground… Surely he has borne our griefs and carried our sorrows… and with his wounds we are healed” (Isaiah 53). The Gettys have written or arranged many of the songs we love singing together each Lord’s Day, and we are eager to sing along with them. Purchase your tickets and join us! Special pricing for all tickets is available through January 31. 

Scripture & Song

Scripture & Song

Join us for a Christmas service, Scripture and Song: King of Angels, Sunday, December 12, at 4:30 p.m. Through a lessons and carols format of music and Scripture readings, we will celebrate the story of God’s redemptive plan for mankind through the coming of our Savior. This is a wonderful opportunity for you to invite friends, family, and neighbors to hear the story of the incarnation of Jesus. 

Following the service, we will have a churchwide supper in the Fellowship Hall. This is a catered meal, so we must have an accurate count of those planning to attend. A $4 contribution per person will be collected at the supper ($20 cap for families). We must have an accurate count for the food no later than Thursday, December 9, so please sign up below and make your plans to join us! 

Women’s Christmas Brunch

Women’s Christmas Brunch

Ladies, please make your plans to join us for our annual Women’s Christmas Brunch on Saturday, December 4, from 9:30-11:30 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall. We will enjoy a delicious brunch prepared by Kirk Flinte, followed by a talk from special guest Kelly Collier. Kelly is the wife of Matt Collier, former pastor and current President of the Wilds Christian Camp and Director of Camps Abroad, the missions arm of the Wilds. Kelly is a certified Biblical counselor who enjoys counseling both at the Wilds and in her local church. She is passionate about knowing God and helping others to come to know Him in a personal way. The brunch is a wonderful opportunity to invite friends, neighbors, and co-workers so be thinking about who you will bring as your guest. Tickets are $10 per person and will be available for purchase in the South Lobby on Sundays, November 14, 21, and 28. We hope that you, your daughters, and your guests will join us for this beautiful morning of food and fellowship as we head into the Christmas season!

Taylors Christmas Store

Taylors Christmas Store

This holiday season our church will partner again with Community Mission Baptist Church (CMBC) to provide a Christmas Store for low-income families in the Taylors area. CMBC hosts this store at their church facility, 1950 Boling Road Extension. The store is based on the concept that families would prefer to provide for themselves at Christmas rather than receive a handout. Gifts of all kinds are donated to CMBC, and families come to the church to purchase gifts at discounted prices. This gives joy to the children and dignity to the parents. Our role with the Christmas Store is two-fold:

1. Donating gifts

2. Volunteering in the store.

The store will be open December 6-11, daytime and evening hours, and we will collect donated gifts here at Heritage on the two Sundays before that, November 28 and December 5. Make your preparations to contribute to this special holiday outreach. Specific details about gifts and volunteer opportunities are available here.

Trunk or Treat – Oct. 29

Trunk or Treat – Oct. 29

We are excited to be able to host Trunk or Treat again this year on Friday, October 29. If you live in our community, we invite you to join us! In addition to lots of trunks with free candy, there will be free hot dogs and magic shows at 6:30, 7:00, and 7:30 p.m.

Heritage family, in the past, we have had big crowds, so let’s be eager in opening our hearts and arms to people from all over our community. Every member of is encouraged to participate in several ways.

  1. Pray. Ask our Father and God to open doors for the Gospel. Ask Him to give us eternally significant conversations with people who are searching for joy and purpose and meaning—people who need a Savior.
  2. Plan a “Trunk.” Start thinking about some creative design ideas, and sign up in the North Lobby this Sunday. Our goal is to have 50 decorated trunks in our parking lot this year.
  3. Donate candy. Whether or not you are able to participate in Trunk or Treat on October 29, you can contribute to our church’s community outreach by donating candy. Buy wrapped fall candy and bring it to church; we need lots and lots! Drop it off at the display in the North Lobby.

In past years we’ve seen more people come onto our property and interact with us through Trunk or Treat than through any other event. This is a creative way that we can reach out into our community and communicate our love and care for people. We don’t know how our God may work, but may Christ use our efforts to bring us into contact with seekers who need the Savior!