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What You Can Expect

The first time you join us. 

What To Expect

Relaxed atmosphere, enjoyable music, and engaging community. 

This is a place where you can come as you are, not a place where everyone has it all together. Heritage United is a safe place to explore and grow in your faith - join us this week! 

When you are new...

and arrive on a Sunday morning. We remember the feeling: standing at the entrance, looking in, and realizing you don’t know anyone there. It can be a little intimidating, right? At Heritage, we offer a welcoming atmosphere that embraces traditional church folk as well as those who have never been inside a church before. There are no secret codes or special handshakes; we are regular people sharing together. If you’ve never been and you’re considering coming out, here’s what you can expect…

We meet Sundays at 10:00 am

7046 11th Concession Road.
And we’re saving a seat for you!

[Map/Directions] [Virtual Walk Through]

Approaching the Church

We have parking available in the front of the church on both sides of the street (11th Concession Road). 

Then come on in! We have greeters who will help you with any questions you may have and give you a worship bulletin. The bulletin clearly outlines the order of service and is also projected on a screen during the service. Along with the worship bulletin, you will receive a copy of our Heritage Weekly Newsletter highlighting the scripture of the day, upcoming church and community events, joys, celebrations, concerns and contact information for the church.

People In Church

What should I wear? 

Our Sunday atmosphere is relaxed and casual. People wear anything from business casual to jeans and a t-shirt. Wear whatever you are most comfortable in! 

Children coloring

What is there for kids?

If you bring your kids, they will join in our worship service.

Young children will be provide with a some resources that they can colour, read and interact with during the service, and of course we have a dedicated time - our Storytime for the Young and the Young at Heart during worship.

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