Sunday Morning Outdoor Worship: Lasting Impact – The Church Begins to Grow

Event details

  • Sunday | September 20, 2020
  • 9:30 am - 10:30 am

BOTH/AND – This Sunday morning, weather permitting, we will gather for Sunday morning worship   BOTH  outdoors at Heritage  AND  online on Facebook and on our website at  Both services will have the same sermon/message.
Starting, Sunday, September 20 – Nursery, Children’s Worship, and Just Betweens will be available during our 9:30 Outdoor In-Person Worship.

We will continue our new sermon series on the Book of Acts called Lasting Impact: When God Changes you He changes the world.
This Sunday we will focus on Acts 3-4  and the early church beginning to grow through the power of the Holy Spirit.
We will focus on the 4 characteristics of a growing church.
We will also receive a ministry update from Kid’s Hope and welcome new member Kim Diekevers to Heritage.

We will gather together outdoors (weather permitting) at 9:30 AM   in song, prayer, and God’s Word.
Worship safely and socially distanced from a blanket, a lawn chair, or your vehicle.
Remember to use the WEST entrance.
Bring your Bible and a friend.
Weather-related cancellations will be posted on our website, Facebook, and emailed out by 8:00 AM.

Dear Heritage Family,
As we worship outdoors, we ask that you observe the following things:

  • Please bring a lawn chair or blanket and your own Bible.
  • Use the west parking lot entrance as the east entrance will be closed off to facilitate our seating area.
  • You can park on both sides of the church, however, there will be parking spaces on the east side that will be coned off for those wishing to remain in their car during the service.
  • There will be parking attendants to help direct you.
  • The ARK entrances will be closed.  If you must enter the building to use the restrooms, please enter the doors on the east side by the main office and use the restrooms in the Fellowship Room.
  • The nursery facilities will not be available.
  • If you have any respiratory symptoms or are not feeling well, please don’t attend.
  • Please practice social distancing.
  • Masks or no masks are at your personal preference.
  • Please be aware that not everyone present will be at the same comfort level with personal contact.  We ask that you refrain from handshaking and hugs.
  • Hand sanitizer, gloves, and a limited number of masks are available if needed.
  • Gifts, tithes, and offerings can be placed in the baskets on the tables where water will be available.