Welcome to HeritageWe want the people of San Clemente to experience the authentic relationships, love for our community, and transformative hope found in following Jesus.
After months apart in an effort to help stop the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we are excited to be holding services in our building again. We are truly grateful to be able to gather together in person as a church family!
It will, however, come with restrictions and limitations as we seek to meet the necessary requirements outlined by our government and health officials. One of these requirements is that we not exceed 100 people at a time, so we will be collecting reservations to help ensure we can welcome as many people as possible to our two services in a safe and organized way.
We will also livestream our services online for those who are unable to attend.
8:30 am & 10:30 am
Kids 9:30 am | Service Livestream 10:30 am | Youth 11:30 am
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We are a church family that’s been building community in San Clemente for over 25 years. We’re committed to loving and serving God, reaching out to others, and living out our faith in our daily lives.
How Can We Help?
If you need prayer or assistance getting essentials, or would like to help those affected by the coronavirus, let us know. If you’d like someone to call you, feel free to leave your number.
Every Sunday, our Kids Ministry team is working hard to put together a kids program with either an activity, a story, or worship that airs at 9:30 am, before the main service.
We also have curriculum updated weekly, with interactive lessons for you to help facilitate your kids’ spiritual growth at home.
Our youth pastor, Jay, will be sharing messages for youth students 6th-12th grade on Sunday mornings. Wednesday nights, students are invited to virtual youth group. Connect, play games, and discuss the message from Sunday!
Community groups are the foundation of our church and now more than ever, the best way to stay connected in a potentially isolating time. Although we aren’t currently gathering in person, many communities and groups are meeting online and welcome to new additions!