Welcome to Heritage Valley Pentecostal Assembly!

Heritage Valley Pentecostal Assembly is a place to explore and experience the love found in Christ.  If you're not sure you believe in God at all, you're welcome here.  If you've been following God your entire life or if you're new to faith, we hope you'll grow here.

No matter where you are on the road to faith, we are here to walk alongside you as you go.  Our wish is that on your journey, you'll discover a God who is loving, active and causing you to flourish in all that you do.


Join us at 10:30 AM Sundays in-person at Taylor Seminary.  Our services also appear live on our website at www.heritagevalleyassembly.com on Sunday's at 10:30 AM (MST) and appear in recorded form on our Facebook page and website for those unable to view the live stream service.

After the service, we invite you to join us for fellowship along with a beverage and Jaime's famous cookies!

Those attending onsite at Taylor will not be required to wear a mask. However, those who would like to continue wearing a mask for health or personal reasons, you are very welcome to do so. Thank the Lord we are free to do either. Nevertheless, we continue to encourage folks to refrain from onsite attendance if you feel sick. We also encourage hand sanitization etc.

Once again, thank you very much for your kindness and patience in this situation.

If you have any questions, please contact Janice Johnsson at heritageva@gmail.com or call/text 780 699 6315.

Also please refrain from wearing perfume or scented hand cream as there are some who have allergies. Thank you so much for your consideration. 

We love you all!
Pastor Larry

CONNECT TO OUR LIVE STREAM WORSHIP SERVICE AT 10:30 AM SUNDAY MORNINGS EITHER ON THE CHURCH'S YOUTUBE CHANNEL (you can use this link: Heritage Plus   We also continue to Livestream the service on our Facebook page (you can use this link:  Facebook .





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"Exalt Jesus Christ in 2023"
"A Prayer Journey with Jesus in 2023"

On Sunday morning, January 8, 2023, it was an honour and joy to share around our church family’s “kitchen table” as we laid out an overall spiritual focus and four spiritual initiatives for the next 12 months. We talked about “Exalting Jesus
Christ in 2023” in thought, word and deed; and reminded ourselves that we can do so in
prayer, study of the Scriptures, caring for and fellowshipping with others, and by proclamation
of God’s good news, the gospel of Jesus Christ, through missions and evangelism.

We also mentioned that as a church and individuals we would “Exalt Jesus Christ in 2023”
through prayer by praying in the following ways:  Please click on this link to view the full message with scriptures.

Exalt Jesus Christ in 2023

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After a period of prayerful reflection and research, we have crafted a  "Statement on the Public Use of the Verbal Gifts of the Holy Spirit". It reads as follows:
"At Heritage Valley Pentecostal Assembly, we believe in the public use of the verbal gifts of the Holy Spirit in corporate gatherings (ie. Sundy services, etc.). These verbal gifts include prophecy, tongues, and interpretation. These gifts are meant to be profitable and build people up (1 Cor. 12:7; 14:3). At the same time, we realize that the verbal gifts must be exercised properly so that they are beneficial to all. Indeed, the Apostle Paul issued the same decree when he declared that they should be used 'decently and in order' (1 Cor 14: 40).
Indeed for the gifts to be beneficial at Heritage Valley Pentecostal Assembly, we happily align ourselves with the Biblical pattern that allows for freedom yet provides boundaries to keep people safe. We believe that God has ordained pastors/elders to lead, and oversee the local church (1 Peter 5:2; Hebrews 13:17). That oversight extends into our worship services. In essence, our leadership decides when and if a message is appropriate for the service. Here are guidelines we follow:
1. If during a public worship gathering, you sense the Holy Spirit giving you a prophecy, tongues, or interpretation - please go to our Elders identified by their name tags and sitting near the entrance to the sanctuary. *Please note, if you begin to share the "word" before going to the elders first, the pastor/worship leader will lovingly and respectfully interrupt you and kindly ask you to chat with the elders.
2. Upon going to the Elders, they will ask you to chat with them outside of the sanctuary in the foyer of the church so the service can carry on without disruption.
3. Share the thought/"word" with the Elders, so they can discern its spirit and timing of its delivery.
4. The Elders may ask you questions for clarification sake and/or to sense how the "word" may fit into the worship service.
5. If the Elders deem the "word" appropriate, they will communicate with the pastor/worship leader that the individual with "word" be given the opportunity to present it.
*Please note, in order for the Elders to communicate with the pastor/worship leaders that the "word" is to be given, the Elders will go to the sound technician and obtain and hold a microphone. Elders will stand at the back of sanctuary by the sound booth, along with you, and indicate with an upraised hand to the pastor/worship leader that the individual with the "word" be given an opportunity to present it. The Elders may have you wait for a point later in the service when it will flow the best.
6. If you receive a "word" while the pastor/or his designate is delivering the sermon, please follow this same procedure (as outlined in points 1 - 5). Please refrain from interrupting the preaching of the Word. 
Lastly, for many individuals who have grown up or experienced Pentecostal or Charismatic churches, this described pattern may divert from their tradition where someone expressed a verbal gift without such guidelines/practices. We fully understand this matter. We appreciate completely that Heritage Valley Pentecostal Assembly's described model may be different from theirs.
*Please note, we are not indicating that Heritage Valley Pentecostal Assembly's approach is perfect, nor is it suited for every church. But it is how we humbly feel God wants us to order our church services. In short, at Heritage Valley Pentecostal Assembly, we welcome the public use of verbal gifts of the Holy Spirit as Scripture teaches, but also "decently and in order" (1 Cor 14:40) as the Bible also advocates. We believe this is a beautiful balance of Biblical truth and sound practice. We are so grateful to obey God and His Word, as we continue to move forward as an Evangelical, Pentecostal church desirous to be and do His will within our assembly and the watching world and community at large. May God be glorified and His Kingdom built in the days ahead.

Sincerely, Heritage Valley Pentecostal Assembly's Eldership Team and Pastor's Council