A chain depends on every link to be strong. The Church should consist of every believer in connection as one body to help one another grow stronger. When one link is weak, it affects the whole chain and weakens what the Church could and should look like! If one link is missing, it shortens the opportunity for our reach for the Kingdom of God.
Let's make the most of every opportunity this year to be strong and connected, lacking no one, bringing ourselves into full maturity, thus making the Church body full and complete! James 1:4 says, "Let perseverance finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything."
What's missing? That missing link may just be "you".
Let us know how we can connect you in a way that deepens your faith and builds up others as well!
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SMALL GROUPS are essential to growth and connection at Heritage Church. We have various types of small groups (Growth, Life, Fellowship, and Ministry) that share a common purpose: people helping people become who Jesus created them to be and to make disciples who will make disciples!
Growth Groups are Gospel-centered meetings where people grow in their knowledge of the Word and how it applies to their lives. Each Growth Group may vary in content and structure but all with the same goal: equipping us to be disciples who make disciples.
Growth groups are the best way to surround yourself with other Christ followers as you learn to be a disciple-making disciple. Each group has a central focus on deepening your knowledge and application of the Word. Many of our groups meet on Sunday mornings as well as several throughout the week.
Life Groups are community-based, gospel-centered gatherings where people discover and deepen a relationship with Jesus Christ.
Life Groups are the best way to surround yourself with other Christ followers as you learn to be a disciple-making disciple. Each week groups meet either at church, or in homes, campuses, and businesses throughout the community to study the Word, pray and deepen their relationship with Jesus Christ.
Fellowship Groups connect one another through commons interests and hobbies. From biking to eating at restaurants, these groups foster community and care while enjoying activities with one another.
Ministry Groups are designed to help people connect to serving within the church and to the community. This allows people to exercise their gifts and abilities while serving God through serving others.
If you would like to know more about the different small groups we offer, download our "get connected" below.