Community Outreach Ministry
The Community Outreach Ministry serves the community through partnerships with St. Stephen’s Kitchen (food for the homeless), the Share Ministry, and other activities. These outreach efforts all provide fellowship and service opportunities for the entire Congregation.
Health & Wellness Ministry
The Health and Wellness Ministry informs and educates the Congregation and the community on mental health and wellness through programs of advocacy, health education, preventative care, and health screenings. The ministry also provides and supports church-wide and community based mental health and wellness activities.
The Intercessory Prayer Ministry is the interceding prayerful component for our Church community. Members continually pray for others.. Members pray for the furtherance of the Kingdom of God as they support Heritage, our Pastor, leaders, ministries, and whoever calls upon them for prayer.
Jail & Prison Ministry
Our Jail and Prison Ministry shares the hope and deliverance message of Christ to the youth and adults who are incarcerated in Fairfax and Prince William County facilities. Volunteers may participate in group Bible study or individual mentoring.
The Missions Ministry leads and partners with missionaries to continue the cultivation of the gospel seeds throughout the world. We participate and support missions trips and we provide discipleship and mentoring for missionaries in international locations.
S.H.A.R.E. Food Program Ministry
SHARE (Self Help and Resource Exchange) Cooperative Food Program is available to all members of Heritage and the community. The SHARE Value Package contains an exciting variety of quality food items costs only $22 and has a value between $40 and $45 when compared to local grocery stores. That’s 50-60% savings!
SHARE purchases the food from growers, brokers and packaging plants. SHARE Food is never donated, government surplus, or salvage.
The Stephen Ministry provides trained volunteers who support and encourage individuals experiencing a life crisis such as the death of a love one, separation or divorce, job loss, illness, etc. A Stephen Minister meets regularly with the person and gives distinctively Christian care until the crisis subsidies.
As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God's varied grace.
1 Peter 4:10