Heritage Kids is our children’s programming which happens during weekend services.
Please check-in your child at the Children’s Check-in Station to obtain a child’s name tag and matching claim check tag. Take your child(ren) to their age-specific classroom(s). Pickup will occur at the same classroom as drop-off and you will need to show your sticker with matching 4 digit code to collect each child.
Please check-in your child at the Children’s Check-in Station to obtain a child’s name tag and matching claim check. Take your elementary child(ren) up the back stairway to their classroom (2nd floor of the Children’s wing). Pickup will occur upstairs at the same place and you will need to show your sticker with matching 4 digit code to collect each child.
Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8:00pm, we have AWANA for children 2 years old through 6th grade. AWANA stands for Approved Workman Are Not Ashamed, from 2 Timothy 2:15. The AWANA Clubs mission is to “reach boys and girls with the gospel of Christ and train them to serve Him.”
Each week, children learn a new scripture verse and recite the verse to their teachers. During AWANA, children participate in Bible lessons, scripture memorization, recreation and small group time.
HBA is a home-school co-op for Christian home-school educators which gather at Heritage. HBA offers classes and other educational opportunities in a positive & encouraging environment.
Contact Jean Powell for more information about Heritage Builder Academy and to request an application.
HBA group classes seek to:
JAM is a class for elementary/middle schoolers with special needs. Students in our JAM classroom have a wide variety of unique personalities and abilities. We give students who need a more personalized church experience a place to feel loved and relax while their families are able to go worship. In the JAM classroom, you will be able to show and teach the love of God through your interactions and patience with some of our students who benefit from a quieter environment.
The truth taught in Deuteronomy 6:7 is that parents are primarily responsible for guiding the spiritual development of their children. Child Dedication enables a parent to come before the Lord and church to publicly express their desire. Taking this step will help parents gain more confidence that they have a support structure for this significant step.
For more details, contact Matt Liston about having your child dedicated.
Baptism is a witness to the fact that we no longer belong to sin but to Jesus. His story becomes our story, his death our death, and his resurrection our resurrection (Romans 6:3-5). We’ve created a guide explaining baptism at Heritage and how to know if you child or student is ready to be baptized.
For more details, contact Juanita White at 614-898-9412 x112.