Every Sunday at 10am at the Inlet Theatre we create a space to relate with God through activities such as singing and silence, scripture and teaching, prayer, holy communion, and story. Children and youth gather in age-specific groups during the liturgy. Most people stay after in the galleria for coffee and conversation.
Small groups meet regularly to live the Christian life together. Each group has a unique identity based on the lives and seasons of the people in the group. Groups engage in activities that cultivate spiritual living such as community meals, dialogue, prayer exercises, Bible reading, service, and enjoying friendship.
Similar to liturgies and home groups, spiritual direction is a context for formation. It is a relationship with another person, often our pastor, who helps people pay attention to God’s activity in the heart.
How This Looks
The genuine work of God in each unique heart is reflected authentically in our lives. You can see some examples of what God is doing at Heritage Church on this website, but they are intentionally brief because we are a people to be engaged with.
Begin a Relationship with Us
One way to get to know our church family in person is to attend a liturgy where our approach to ministry is experienced. Another way is to contact our pastor, Paul Truman. You can email him, meet with him, or connect with him on Twitter. He also writes a weekly letter to our church family you can preview or subscribe to below.
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“He who carries God in his heart bears heaven with him wherever he goes.”