A Zeal for Jesus Christ
Who We Are
Heritage is a member church of the Potomac Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). Heritage Presbyterian has a zeal for the proclamation of the good news of salvation through Jesus Christ. We are committed to vibrant biblical worship, deep discipleship through the preaching and teaching of the Scriptures, warm fellowship, and sharing the Gospel through personal and corporate outreach.
What We Believe
For those who are familiar with “The Presbyterian Church”, note that the PCA is not affiliated with the mainline Presbyterian denomination known as the Presbyterian Church (USA). The PCA is quite different from the PC(USA) in several important ways, primarily because the PCA continues to stand in the stream of historic orthodox Presbyterian beliefs and practices.
HPC exists to glorify God in every aspect of the believer’s life—worship, vocation, service, relationships—through the faithful preaching and application of the Word of God, and through the building of a community of believers being transformed by Christ. By proclaiming the gospel we call all people to a personal saving knowledge of the Lord Jesus and to maturity in Him, that believers will be equipped to glorify the living God—Father, Son and Spirit—in all the earth by...
God intimately through learning and discipleship
God's grace to others through acts of mercy and overcoming divisions
spiritually through worship, prayer, fellowship and service
into the whole world through outreach and evangelism
Rob served as Staff Elder at Heritage for over four years while he attended seminary. He was ordained as Associate Pastor in February 2008 and serves the Hispanic community in Fauquier and Prince William Counties as pastor of the HPC Hispanic ministry Cristo Redentor. Rob and his wife Julie have been married for over 30 years and live in Catlett.
Brian served as Pastoral Intern at HPC in 2009-2010 before coming on staff in January 2011 to prepare for ordination exams and begin ministering at HPC. He was ordained as Associate Pastor in December 2011. He and his wife Samara have been members since 2006 and have five young children. Their home is in Warrenton.