An E-note from Heritage

//An E-note from Heritage

An E-note from Heritage

Here’s What’s Happening at Heritage!
Join us Sunday, March 8 at 9:00 and 10:30am 


The Message: Through Him


Scriptures: Psalm 121 and John 3: 1-17


The Choir anthem at 9:00 am wil be Fall Slow Tears


Join in the singing at 10:30 am. Our set list includes:

*My Lighthouse* Praise You inThis Storm* Kyrie Eleison*

*How Great is Our God*

Listen here:








Do1Thing: Learn what to do
when you hear the words ‘Take shelter’

Know how to respond safely when instructions are given to evacuate or take shelter.





Identify the best storm shelter in your home and practice getting to the shelter with your family.Choosing the best place in your home or workplace to shelter from a tornado isn’t always easy. Many newer buildings don’t have a really good shelter area.



Learn how to safely shelter in place. In an emergency like a chemical spill, you may be told to “shelter in place”. This means to make the place where you are a safe place to stay until the danger has passed.



Make a Go Bag for emergency sheltering. Emergency shelters will be opened when people are displaced from their homes. In most areas emergency shelters are operated by the American Red Cross.


Click on the underlined tasks for links to more information.




IHN Training Opportunity !


Learn more about Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN) & become a trained volunteer! Join us for a volunteer training    session, Tuesday, March 10 at 6:30pm at Overland Park Christian Church, 7600 West 75th Street, OPKS.  Full attendance is required to be considered an IHN trained volunteer. Questions, contact Jackie William,






Heritage Preschool Enrollment!


Class openings are available for fall! For more information or to enroll, contact Cathy Lancelotta,









A sincere thanks to everyone,(you know who you are), who helped to tear down after the Potluck and put Fellowship Hall back together. One person asked if I needed help with tables. I said yes! One minute later there were too many men to count putting everything away. Ladies I noticed you, too, packing up food, washing serving utensils, cleaning out coffee pots. I feel so blessed to be part of this community that is so giving, caring and hard working. Thank you all.  Sally Williams



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