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When you visit
you should expect:
to hear the good news that Jesus Christ is the eternal Son of God who died on the cross, in your place, to save you from the consequences of your sin and that by believing in His name you may be reconciled to God and have life everlasting.
to be warmly welcomed and loved no matter who you are, where you are from, or what you are wearing.
to hear about how you can plug into the life at Heights, including Life Groups, discipleship opportunities, and special events.
& LIFE GROUP TIMES
We offer a worship service and Life Groups for all ages at 9:00 am and 10:30 am.
When Should I arrive?
To give yourself plenty of time to park and then to enter into the Worship Center and check your child in, plan to arrive at least fifteen minutes before the service time.
WHERE DO I PARK?
We have guest parking near the Main Worship Center and the Children’s building.
Handicapped parking is in front of each building.
What Do I do First?
If you have children, then your first stop will be the Children’s Lobby to check into our Kid's Ministry. The check-in will allow you to register your children and provide you with a safe and smooth way to get them to the right place and to pick them up after the morning’s activities. If you don’t have children or plan on attending the service with your children, then enter through the Worship Center where you will find restrooms and the Information Boards. These information boards offer materials you can take to tell you about Heights, upcoming events, Life Groups, classes, and ways you can get involved. Greeters will be able to answer your questions and help you find a place to sit.
What is the
Our morning worship features singing, prayer, and a Bible-centered message. We sing a blend of traditional and contemporary songs accompanied and led by our praise team. The service includes a time for us to give financially, but we don’t expect our guests to contribute. The typical service lasts about 75 minutes.
my child with special needs?
Children with special needs are just as important to us as any other child. We have trained special needs buddies who can be paired with your child so he or she can participate in any of our children ministries. Just let us know what the needs are so that we can work appropriately with your child.
What should I wear?
Good question! The dress at Heights is as varied as are the people. You’ll see jeans, t-shirts, sweatshirts, business casual, and dresses. We only ask that you dress modestly and respectfully so that all members and guests feel welcome.
What Are your office hours?
Our office is open Monday – Thursday, 8 am to 5 pm.