lIGHT IN A DARK WORLD

Bringing faith, hope and love to all we meet…


 

Heritage Presbyterian Church is a community of Christians seeking to increase our understanding and love of God and to teach our children in the way they should go. We would love to meet you and your family and welcome you to become a part of our congregation, either as a visitor or a member.

Our doors are open to anyone who desires to worship God and to learn more about His Son. Christ Jesus is the focus of our fellowship at Heritage. We gather to praise and glorify him as the center of our lives, and to learn from Scripture about what it means to be the people God created us to be. 

The church is conveniently located in Carol Stream, 965 Kuhn Road, across the street from Glenbard North High School and just south of Lies Road. We are approximately one mile south of Army Trail Road and one mile west of Gary Avenue. Our worship service is at 10:00 am every Sunday. Sunday school and Christian education classes are also offered.

Heritage offers many opportunities for members to come together in worship, fellowship and service. Continue browsing our website to learn more!

 

Victor Harris, Jr.

Pastor


 Victor comes to us by way of Princeton Theological Seminary where he received his Master of Divinity Degree in 2012, and a Master of Theology (Homiletics) in 2013. Victor grew up in Houston, and has a BA in Accounting and a Master of Finance from Texas A&M. He served as an Associate with Deloitte & Touche, LLP.

Victor loves baseball, golf and sports in general.  He is easy to talk to and has a great sense of humor. He has a caring personality and is a talented preacher.  He can clearly see that God has prepared the way for him to join this open, loving and welcoming congregation.

Victor has been married to Jennifer since 2006.  Jenn, also from the Houston area, is an elementary school teacher who enjoys running and just completed a half marathon. He and Jenn feel they are being called together to serve.

“I have never heard someone speak regretfully of the time they obeyed God’s call”