Hello to our Guests

Welcome to the Heritage Church! We are thankful you are spending part of your Sunday with us whether it is in-person or online. Our goal as a church is to simply be good neighbors.

Thank you for your presence as we join together in this place and in heart to praise our Father. Our worship will include opportunities of praise, communion and a time in God's Word. Prepackaged all in one communion cups are available as you enter the school.

If there are questions or needs in regard to our church family, please don’t hesitate to contact our minister Travis Akins.

Can we pray for you or someone else close to your heart and mind? Follow the link and leave us the information and we will pray together.


We return to the elementary cafeteria next Sunday, April 11. Worship at 9:30 a.m. will be followed by First Step Bible classes from 10:50 to 11:15 a.m.

We continue to provide an environment inside that is as safe and sanitary as possible. For our entire policies for gathering indoors, CLICK HERE.

  • worship pdf

    Click HERE for a PDF of this morning's slides

    Travis' message can be found in the YouVersion Bible app HERE

  • communion

    During this time, we are not passing the bread and juice. We are offering prepackaged bread and juice packets that may be picked up on your way inside the gym. You are also welcome to bring your own bread and juice.

  • hkids message

    During worship we take time to share God's word to our children. During this time, however, we will not have our children gather at the front. A children's focused song will be proceeded by someone sharing a message for children of all ages.

  • Heritage weekly

    The best way to stay informed on the latest at Heritage Church is our Friday weekly email. You can sign up HERE

  • give

    Giving is an experience of grace and partnership with God. It is also a dynamic act of worship in which one expresses love for others and gratitude toward the Lord. You can give online HERE

  • February 28, 2020

    In-person Worship presence: 103
    Online streams: 13

    Contribution: $3,652

    Weekly avg. target: $3,950

    Actual weekly avg.: $4,092

    Building Fund to date: $200,899

  • Recent messages

    Catch up or re-listen to recent messages from the Gospel of Matthew. Multiple platforms to listen: website, Apple and Spotify

  • Heritage Leadership

    Our church community continues to be blessed with Elder oversight from Memorial Road Church of Christ. Specifically, Chris McKeever and Doug Rice serve with direct Elder oversight.

    Additionally, a Heritage Steering Committee consisting of members-Jeff Bingham, Bobby Kern, Brandon Scharrer and Tom Snider- serve in various shepherding roles assisting our Minister and Elders.

Welcome Book


  • Kristen Foshee has contracted COVID-19 and is home recovering. Prayers for health along with Christian and their children.
  • Bryson Bunger begins an internship with the Oak Cliff Fire Rescue this weekend. He’ll be working weekends there for the next six months before beginning his EMT training.
  • Heritage Elementary School TA fell recently on ice and broke her kneecap. Annie had surgery on Feb.19 and it will be a long road to recovery
  • Sherry Bingham’s Dad, Gary Alexander, fell on some stairs recently and broke/dislocated fingers on his right hand, as well as cutting it badly enough to require quite a few stitches while also hitting his head. Please pray for him as he recovers.
  • David Kern will have a procedure Mar. 19 to stretch his esophagus. Prayers for ulcers to clear up first and for his inability to eat hard to swallow foods the next month.
  • Sherry Bingham’s cousin’s granddaughter, Sadie Shields, has greatly improved and has gone home from the hospital. Her family greatly appreciated our prayers.
  • Leah English met with her neurologist and will have brain surgery this May.
  • Lindsey Glavan was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. She is asking prayer for treatments to all be worked out quickly and smoothly!
  • Deanie Collins' youngest daughter Barb Sexton is beginning her second round of chemotherapy this Friday.


The term "social distancing" is now part of our daily vernacular. And now it will be a part of our in-person worship. We know social distancing and face coverings will make church look and feel different, but we must learn and adapt and keep each other safe. It's the kind, neighborly choice.

Please do not shake hands. Do not hug. Do your best to stay six feet apart from people not in your family. This may feel weird in a church setting. But, these are practices that are mindful of others -- neighborly acts in an unusual time. As counter as it may seem in a church setting, we must practice them.

Face coverings are required by 1st graders and older the entire time inside. In all things and in all actions, let's love one another and be mindful of one another as we navigate these days.

Giving is an experience of grace and partnership with God. It is also a dynamic act of worship in which one expresses love for others and gratitude toward the Lord. The Bible teaches us that, “Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. And God is able to bless you abundantly, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every good work.” (2 Corinthians 9:7-8) We believe that God both blesses and empowers our generosity.


Dream of a church home at 4900 N. Broadway. Imagine a place where God’s love is experienced and known — a place where everyone feels at home.  Let’s dream of a place where souls are saved and lives are transformed; a place where a community worships, prays, and roots for each other. 

Heritage Church is that place. And 4900 N. Broadway is the dream. The 4900 Campaign asks every member at Heritage to give above and beyond regular contribution so we can build our first church home. Let’s make this dream a reality.