OUR BELIEFS

United Methodists come in all sizes, shapes, colors, dispositions, outlooks and life stories, but share a unique history and faith perspective. Our members speak many languages and live in many countries.

No matter how or where they serve Jesus Christ, United Methodists do God’s work in a unique structure—referred to as “the connection.” This concept has been central to Methodism from its beginning. Connectionalism comes to life through our clergy appointment system, our mission and outreach, and through our collective giving. We live out our call to mission and ministry by engaging in ministry with the poor, combating diseases of poverty by improving health globally, creating new places for new people and renewing existing congregations, and developing principled Christian leaders. No one congregation can do all these ministries, but together—through the power of our connection—we can make a tremendous difference.

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SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES

Best Class

Location: Room 207
Ages: Adults
Leader: Susan Legler

Children’s Sunday School

Location: Children’s Wing
Ages: Pre-K to 5th grade
Leader: Vicki Ihrig
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Daughters of Grace

Location: Room 205, 2nd Floor
Ages: Adults
Leader: Cindy Williams

Dialogue Class

Location: Room 202
Ages: Adults of All Ages
Leader: Chris Tabberer

Joy

Location: Room 204
Ages: Adults
Leader: Joy Farnsworth

New Discovery

Location: Room 201
Ages: Adults
Leader: John & Jan Lapham

Nomads

Location: Conference Room
Ages: Adults
Leader: Joseph Watt

Nursery

Location: Children’s Wing
Ages: Infants – 3-year-olds
Leader: Vicki Ihrig

Quest

Location: Room 206
Ages: Adults
Leader: Billy & Patty Olsen

Young Adults

Location: Room 203
Ages: Mid 20′s to Early 40′s
Leader: Michael and Dee Francy

Youth

Location: Youth Room
Ages: 6th Grade – 12th Grade
Leader: Matt Morgan & Erika Maxey

Welcome Class

Location: Second Story Balcony Lobby
Ages: Adults
Leader: Andrea and Chuck Crowl

OUR MINISTRIES

Alzheimer’s Support Group

Care for the one you love.

As a caregiver for an Alzheimer’s patient, you’re all too familiar with the frustration and heartache that come from trying to stir the memory of someone you love. But when you attend our Alzheimer’s Support Group, you can discuss the challenges you face, meet others with similar experiences, and find solutions that can improve the quality of life for you and your loved one.

Second Thursday of Every Month
6:30 PM
Heritage Methodist Church, ROOM 202
5300 E. Kenosha
Please RSVP to Miranda at 918-849-0166

 

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LYFE Bible Study 
Wednesday’s 10:00 AM

Mens’ Bible Study
Monday’s 06:30 PM
We are currently studying “Men in the Bible – Examples to live by” by Don Charles.

Women’s Bible Study
Monday’s 06:30 PM

Pastoral Care is Just a Phone Call Away

Hospitalization* Illness* Surgery* Emergency* Family or

Personal Crisis* Emotional and Spiritual Support

 

Heritage has a deeply compassionate ministry of care that provides our

faith community with spiritual support and encouragement. If you

would like a pastoral visit, to be added to the prayer list, to have a

pastor bring you communion or to be connected with a Stephen

Minister, be sure to contact Dana Watt at 918-357-2211 or

dana_watt@yahoo.com. After hours call 918-629-8455.

Purpose Statement

Our purpose for Children’s Ministry is to share the love of Jesus Christ with all children. To train up children in the way they should go by assisting them in developing a relationship with God through Jesus Christ, worship, prayer, and developing an understanding of God’s Word. “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.”-Proverbs 22:6

Vision for Children’s Department

It is our desire:

  • To present children with the truth of Jesus Christ at an early age.
  • To pour the love of Christ into their lives, so that Christ would be real to them.
  • That all children would have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
  • That the children would be presented the plan of salvation.
  • To help them grow in a closer walk with God, a relationship.
  • To teach children to pray and how to study the Word.
  • To provide the children with an atmosphere that is safe and welcoming to the Holy Spirit.
Heritage Christian Academy provides a loving environment where children can grow spiritually, physically, mentally, and emotionally.

Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
9:30 AM – 2:30 PM

 

LYFE (Living Your Faith Everyday) ministries provides events, dinners, and fun for senior adults.

Senior Day Out

(Every Wednesday)

 

Schedule (Come & go as you please):

9:30 – 10:00 a.m. Coffee & Conversation – Catch up with friends while enjoying assorted

beverages & snacks.

10:00 – 10:15 a.m. Hymn sing with David Weldy

10:15 – 10:45 a.m.  Announcements, prayer concerns and praise reports

11:00-12:00 p.m. Bible study with Pastor Scott

12:00-1:00 p.m. Lunch

1:00-02:00 p.m. Open Activities Puzzles, crafts & games

 

Dinners

We meet every third Sunday at 5:00pm for a get together pot luck dinner and special programs.

 

Field Trips

We go on occasional outings in the community including mission and outreach events, visits to museums, and entertainment events.

Heritage goes on several missions each year. Please contact us to find out about upcoming missions.

Regularly Scheduled Activities

Wednesdays 06:30-08:00pm – Adult Choir meets

Stephen Ministry helps those hurting from crisis in their lives.
You can check it out at www.stephenministries.org or ask one of us–we love to talk about Stephen Ministry.If you have any questions call or email Sharon Wilson.
reaXion Student Ministries strives to encourage 6th grade students through High School Graduates to develop relationships with God through Jesus Christ. That is our number one priority, however, we don’t just stop there! We share Biblical principles and help youth develop their own ideas about contemporary issues facing teens and the Church. We try to encourage faith development and an individual prayer life. We try to help youth develop relationships with each other and other members of our faith community. We lay foundations for a life in service to God and community. We teach individual responsibility, commitment to community, and a life that reflects what we believe…

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United Methodist Women is the largest denominational faith organization for women with approximately 800,000 members whose mission is fostering spiritual growth, developing leaders and advocating for justice.

Would you like more information about Heritage United Methodist Church? What is Methodism all about? Come to one of the Vital Connections sessions and find out. Our sessions are offered as a 4 week class explain the different ministries of Heritage UMC.

Walk to Emmaus is an Upper Room program that calls forth and renews Christian discipleship. Like its predecessor, Cursillo de Cristianidad (Spanish for “short course in Christianity”), the Walk to Emmaus is a three-day experience which takes a New Testament look at Christianity as a lifestyle. It is a highly structured weekend designed to strengthen and renew the faith of Christian people, and through them their families, congregations and the world in which they live. Emmaus is a combined effort of laity and clergy toward the renewal of the church.

Pastors

founder01Rev. Scott M. Rodgers

Sr. Pastor

Our Staff

core01Matt Morgan

Youth Minister, The Foundry

core03Deva Beebe

Church Administrator

core04Vicki Ihrig

Children’s Director

core02David Weldy

Music Minister