Ministries


It is our desire at Heritage to focus our activities and ministries toward bringing the greatest good to the souls of the members and all Christians. Our interest are more in people than programs. Apart from our regularly stated meetings of worship and our Sunday School program for all ages, we have family fellowships, mens’ meetings, ladies’ fellowships and youth activities, each held at different times of the week, the month, and various times of the year. Each activity is organized and scheduled to minimize time taken away from the family, which is of primary importance. Some of our regular activities include:

Each Lord’s Day
• Three to four Adult Sunday School Classes on a variety of biblical subjects (9:30 am)
• Spanish-speaking Adult Sunday School Class (9:30 am)
• Youth and graded Children’s Sunday School Classes (9:30 am)
• Two Worship Services* (9:30 am and 1:30 pm – Only one service on the 2nd Sunday)
• Hospitality Meal (Noon to 1:30 pm – except for the 2nd Sunday)
• Small Group Bible Studies (2nd Sunday from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm)

*Services can be heard in Spanish via audio head-set.

Wednesday Evening (From 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm)
• Children’s Bible Buddies Class
• Children’s, Youth, and High School Bible Drill
• Adult Prayer Meeting
• Free ESL Classes (utilizing the Gospel of Mark)

Other Opportunities
• Men’s Bible Study (Friday mornings from 6:30 am to 7:30 am)
• Women’s Bible Study (Tuesday mornings from 10:00 am to noon)
• Men’s Mentoring Class (2nd Saturday from 8:30 am to 10:30 am)
• Outreach (2nd Saturday from 10:30 am to noon)

Annual Events
• Young Adult Winter Retreat (First week in January each year)
• Men’s Spring Retreat
• Vacation Bible School
• Summer Youth Bi-weekly Bible Studies and Activities
• Building Tomorrow’s Missions (Mission Trip) in Santa Teresa, New Mexico and Juarez, Mexico
• Building Tomorrow’s Churches (College and Career Retreat)

On a national level, Heritage is an active member of both the Southern Baptist Convention and the Association of Reformed Baptist Churches of America (ARBCA). With all these churches we unite for cooperative efforts in several areas: foreign missions (where we send and support church planting missionaries who carry the gospel of God’s free and sovereign grace to the ends of the earth); home missions (where we assist established congregations to plant new churches in the US); theological training where men train for the gospel ministry.

On the state level, we are members in cooperation with the Louisiana Baptist Convention. On the local level, we are in members in cooperation with the Northwest Louisiana Baptist Association.

We are a friendly church and seek to worship and serve the Lord God in an atmosphere of warm Christian fellowship. We extend to you a very warm welcome to come and visit with us. Again, along with Moses of old, we say “Come with us and we will do you good. . . (Numbers 10:29)