Heritage grew out of home Bible studies that were being held by a group of believers who had a friendship and worship history
In early 2004, the church purchased the old Presbyterian Church building in Remington, IN, that had been abandoned 2 years earlier. After much renovation and cleaning, the first public worship service was held in Feb 2004. It’s a beautiful old building, constructed in 1913, and still has the original wood-work and stained glass windows.
Remington is situated in NW Indiana, on I-65, exactly halfway between Chicago and Indianapolis. It’s an old community that has roots in agriculture, which remains a primary local industry. Heritage is the only Bible exposition oriented ministry in Remington, and is attempting to reach a part of the community that has been largely un-reached to date.