Heritage Baptist Church was officially founded in 2008 through God’s providential leading. The church property had previously been home to the Heritage Christian Center, but after its decline, a group of believers began meeting and praying about a revitalized work at this location. In 2007 a Sunday morning Bible Study began with a core group of believers, and in 2008 the Lord lead Mark Brooks to be the first pastor of the new Heritage Baptist Church. Therefore, Heritage is a newer church with an older history orchestrated by the grace of God. We look forward to God’s continuing work on our story, and will strive to be a faithful light in our community until Jesus returns!
Mark Brooks, Lead Pastor
Pastor Mark has been with Heritage from our beginning in 2008. He is our primary preacher/teacher and shepherd under Christ’s headship.
Bryan Brock, Director of Evangelism & Education
Dr. Brock has been with Heritage since 2019. He helps Pastor Mark in areas of preaching, teaching, and administration.
We hold three regular services, each distinctly different. On Sunday mornings we start with informal Bible-study classes for every age group, children and adults. After “Sunday School,” our morning worship service begins, with an emphasis on God-honoring music and sound biblical preaching. Wednesday is our mid-week spiritual tune-up and re-charge, including a short Bible study and focused prayer. On the first Sunday of every month, we enjoy a special fellowship service in the evening, which usually includes food!
Services are informal, but reverent. The music is conservative. The preaching is relevant, challenging, and completely grounded in the Bible. We generally use the New King James Version or the traditional King James Version of the Bible.
Join us for any of our services. Nursery is provided for children through age two. Just before the Sunday morning message, children (K-4 through 3rd grade) are dismissed for an age-appropriate lesson of their own.
What To Expect
The atmosphere at Heritage is warm and friendly—our services are informal, but reverent.
The music is conservative—we sing both traditional hymns and newer doctrinally-sound songs.
The preaching is expository—God’s Word is the source of all of our preaching and teaching. We generally use the New King James Version or the traditional King James Version of the Bible.
There is typically Children’s ministry and classes during each service. Just before the Sunday morning message, children (K-4 through 3rd grade) are dismissed for an age-appropriate lesson of their own.
Nursery is provided during each of our services for infants through age two—we desire to be a blessing to families with small children.
The fun, Bible memorization AWANA program is offered during the school months.