Serve with Us Today!

“For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.” Mark 10:45

Jesus’ life was marked by service and likewise, His followers are called to serve one another in love. This is not only a blessing to the body but an act of worship towards Christ. At Heritage, we have over 100 different ways to serve so that anyone can find the best spot to volunteer.

For more information on serving, please meet with our Connection team in the IP on Sunday or visit this link here.

Food Drive - May 29

HBC is hosting a Food Drive for Park View Community Mission in the month of May with the final date of collection being May 29. Please bring your donations and drop them off in any of the donation cages around the church. Park View is in most need of the following items:
-Granola bars
-Sandwich crackers & cookies
-Peanut butter/jelly
-Canned meat (tuna/chicken)
-Hamburger Helper
-Stuffing mix/rice
-Macaroni & cheese
-Canned fruit/juice
-Body Wash- Men & Women
-Disposable Razors
-Deodorant- Men & Women
-Paper Towels
-Dish soap
-Laundry detergent
-Towels and washcloths
-General cleaning supplies
Thank you for your donation!

Adult Ministries Assistant

The Adult Ministries Assistant will provide administrative, organizational, & creative support to the Director of Adult Ministries as they work together to empower the adults of Heritage Baptist Church to embrace what God invites them to be and do for their joy in Jesus Christ. This is a full-time, benefitted positionRead the full Job Description here.

If interested, email your resume and cover letter to Pastor Ben Melin at bamelin@hbclynchburg.com.

Kids Ministry Volunteer Coordinator

The Kids Ministry Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for leading and developing volunteers to serve in all aspects of Kids Ministry at Heritage Baptist Church. This person will ensure that the quantity and quality of our volunteer team supports the ability to nurture the children of Heritage to understand what God invites them to be and do for their joy in Jesus Christ. This is a full-time, benefitted positionRead the full Job Description here.

if interested, email your resume and cover letter to Ashley Hamilton at aehamilton@hbclynchburg.com.

Time To Fly

Most blogs I’m asked to write are intensely of the theological variety (study of God, looking at Christ, implications to practical living, etc.). This one is unique for me, truly a glimpse into my heart as I think through what “words of wisdom and inspiration” (or something like that) to give to these seniors who are stepping into what’s next. This is more a topical look, digging deeper into one word: “Time”. While this will be a letter for seniors as they consider times gone by and times ahead, I hope it’s a letter any can read and glean from as well (even if graduation isn’t happening for you).
Continue reading more from Pastor Nathan Fox in our newest blog post, Time To Fly.

Alongside Ep. 26 - A Message to Graduates

On this episode, Mike welcomes Nathan Fox and Dave Ashburn to talk about graduation. Why is it such an important time in a student’s life? What are the difficulties with this transition for students and parents? What are some misconceptions about this transition that many students make? This is a fun and thoughtful conversation that is great for parents and students alike and we pray it is an encouragement to your family.

Rising 7th Grade Events

MAY 25 // Rising 7th graders and parents, you are invited to a Meet and Greet with Pastor Nathan Fox on May 25 in Korea directly after Awana Awards ends! This will be a brief meeting where you will get to meet Pastor Nathan and hear about summer ministry!
MAY 29 // Promotion Sunday! This is the first Sunday where rising 7th graders are invited to join our youth Sunday service, and we are having a pancake breakfast to celebrate!

Teaching Sessions Available

The 2022 Align Women’s Retreat was a blessing. Our prayer is that the time together under God’s Word was of great benefit to each lady who attended. If you were not able to attend or simply want to hear the session teaching again, you can do so by clicking here.

Heritage Helps

Last year, we began an initiative to help Afghan Evacuees in our community. Working with various organizations and alongside other churches, we continue to seek ways to provide practical help to families who now find themselves strangers in our country.

Find details here on how you can help show the love of Christ to our new Afghan friends.