Church News

Andrew’s Baptism

We enjoyed a wonderful time of worship and joy as Andrew was baptized in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. May all praise be to our Savior!!!

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Memorial Day Weekend Fellowship

We enjoyed a beautiful evening of fellowship at Jack’s property.  Thanks to all who came out and had fun!

We’ve Updated Our Website!

If things look a little different since the last time you visited our site, or even if you are a first-time visitor, we hope you enjoy the upgrade to our website design and format. We believe the new look will make it easier for you to catch up on the latest information about the activities at Heritage Baptist Church and get a better idea of how we are striving to glorify Christ in our corporate worship, fellowship, and service in the furtherance of God’s Kingdom.

We are still doing some tweaking here and there on our pages, but we invite you to explore our site to learn more about Heritage. If you have any questions or want to comment on the new design, please go to our Contact page and let us know.

Sunday, February 6th: Special Service Featuring Jim Elliff

On Sunday, February 6th, Heritage will host a special service with guest speaker Jim Elliff (click here for biography). Our focus during this service will be on faith. We have invited Jim to give a presentation on the life of faith demonstrated through George Muller. In our planning of this service, we realized that one hour was not enough! So, Jim’s presentation will be given in two parts, both in our worship service and our Bible study hour. We hope you will be able to join us.

If you would like a preview, please see an introduction written by Jim Elliff for the book Autobiography of George Muller, or, A Million and a Half in Answer to Prayer by George Muller. The text of Jim’s introduction can be found here.

As Jim writes:

“Muller’s view of faith was simple, almost childlike. He believed that everything he did was to be guided by Scripture. He was no mystic, refusing to be lead by impressions or even to take Scripture out of context. He believed that living by impressions would lead Christians into much error. Rather, as a man of confidence in the Bible, he found out what God had promised and rested on it. Faith, to Muller, was finding out what God said or what he permitted, and doggedly hanging on to the promises even when circumstances were screaming otherwise.”

We will meet and begin worship in prayer and song at 10:00 AM. We will break for a meal together at around 11:30 and then resume Jim’s presentation after that.

Fellowship meal on December 12th

On Sunday December 12th, we plan to worship together and observe the Lord’s Table and break bread together in a celebratory meal.  You are welcome to join us for our feast and fellowship.

Our sermon’s focus will be on the strength of God perfected in our weakness.  I found this quote from Spurgeon to be especially encouraging:

“It is easy to believe in grace for the past and the future, but to rest in it for the immediate necessity is true faith. Believer, it is now that grace is sufficient: even at this moment it is enough for thee.”

An Evening of Hymns and Communion

On November 21st, we plan to gather to sing hymns, pray, and give testimony of the glory of God’s sovereign grace and rejoice in the love of the Body of Christ. Pastors from Heritage Baptist Church and Wornall Road Baptist Church will be leading in song, prayer, and Communion.

Please RSVP so we can have enough chairs!

Week of March 28

This Sunday, we looked at Acts 15 in the sermon and Proverbs 1 in our Bible study. Looking forward to studying Galatians 3 in our study tonight! May God guide us through His blessed Word.