Meeting in our homes to eat, talk, pray, and take care of one another
We seek to love one another well in fulfillment of the Bible’s many one-another commands.
Heritage is a big church and Shepherding Groups are the way we make sure it doesn’t feel that way. The early church met in homes to read the Bible, pray, and eat (Acts 2:42). They also met one another’s needs with “glad and generous hearts” (Acts 2:46). That’s what we want to happen among us.
We meet as brothers and sisters, young and old, rich and poor, white collar and blue.
SERMON-BASED DISCUSSION & PRAYER
Leaders facilitate a discussion on what we heard in the Sunday sermon and how that can affect us in our daily lives.
YOUR CONNECTION TO AN ELDER
Every Shepherding Group is cared for by a team of one elder and one deacon who pray for you and serve as your connection to the leadership of the church.
We have groups spread throughout Greenville, Taylors, Greer, and Simpsonville.