Heritage Kids FAQ

  • When are we having Heritage Kids available for in-person services?

    As we are able to more broadly open our physical locations, we anticipate reengaging our Kids ministry environments and hope to have specific dates to share with you soon. We will be taking our cues on this from what our local school systems develop as best practices for having children in a group space without parental supervision. Parents will be invited to interact with these opportunities as they are most comfortable. We will also need to have volunteers who are comfortable and willing to work with children in this new paradigm. We understand that this is going to require new volunteer training and recruitment prior to reopening these spaces. Children’s ministry spaces will need to be deep-cleaned and sanitized following weekend gatherings in this phase, so we are working toward a feasible plan for that.

  • Can I bring my kids into the main service?

    Of course! We love it when families worship together. We do ask that your children remain with you at all times—it doesn’t come naturally for our little ones to socially distance and know you’ll likely need to help them be mindful of how to honor the needs of others. We have “busy bags” with coloring and activities for kiddos to interact with during services, as well as designated family areas if you need some space for an active child.

  • How does the Family Worship Experience work?

    Each week, we’ll post a single video on heritageqc.com that includes ways your family can interact, worship, and process your experience together. You simply need to click then press play! You can even get the Family Worship Experience delivered right to your inbox by signing up for our weekly Heritage Kids newsletter.