WE WOULD BE HAPPY TO MEET YOU!
We understand that visiting a new church can contain many variables and unknowns. Heritage has a unique service schedule on Sundays that includes a lunch-break followed by an afternoon Hymn-sing service. We also gather for Bible study on Wednesday evenings. Take a moment and find out what to expect when you visit us the first time.
Sunday A.M. Service
Hymnsing and Afternoon Service
We are located in the heart of Wayne County, Ohio in the small town of Smithville. Below you will find our address as well as a map to our location.
Heritage Baptist Church
679 W. Main Street
PO Box 425
Smithville, Ohio 44677
9:00 AM - PRAYER
This is a time for us to meet for prayer before the services. Men and Women meet in separate rooms to lift up requests to the LORD, and prepare our hearts for the services
9:30 AM - SUNDAY SCHOOL
The Sunday School hour is set aside for devotional-style Bible study. The youth and adults are currently meeting together in the main sanctuary, and a class is available for the pre-school and elementary age children. Sunday School wraps up at approximately 10:10-10:15
10:30 AM - MORNING SERVICE
During our traditional Sunday Morning Service we enjoy a mixture of hymn singing, special music, prayer, Scripture reading, and expositional preaching from God's Word. This service typically finishes between 11:45-12:00 [Baby nursery available]
Many in our church family bring a picnic lunch and spend the time between the morning worship service and the 1:00 p.m. Hymn-sing eating together and encouraging one another in the Word. Visitors are always welcome to join us.
1:00 PM - HYMN-SING AND AFTERNOON SERVICE
We love to lift our voices in praise to our great God and Savior. This service is set aside for 20-25 minutes of congregational singing and scripture reading. This will be followed by a 15-20 minute time of application of the Morning Service, communion, testimonies or a devotional. We dismiss at approximately 1:45.
6:30 PM - PRAYER
7:00 PM - BIBLE STUDY
Families meet together in the auditorium for singing, prayer, and expository teaching.