Christian Heritage Church Ministries

Christian Heritage Ministries is a vibrant community with a rich spritual history spanning over 25 years.

Christian Heritage Church actively reaches out both inside and outside its walls.

Ministry opportunities include:

daily discipleship training

Children’s Ministry

youth ministry

Men's and women's ministry

overseas missions

prison ministry

homeless shelter ministry

food pantry ministry

Join us daily for our

Forward and Upward

Discipleship Training

in our Sanctuary

4121 Ave J

Mon - Sat 5:00 am - 7:00 am

Or join via the Zoom link below

Our Children’s Ministry is uniquely designed for children 1st grade through 6th grade with each having a time of worship, prayer, and interactive lessons.

We provide a safe environment for kids from 1st grade through 6th grade where they can learn about Jesus and connect with each other.

Our volunteers are the heartbeat of our ministry, and it’s an honor to serve with each and every one of them as they love on kids each week!


Movement Youth Ministry at Christian Heritage is a vibrant and growing place for junior high, high school and college youth. We go through scripture and find practical application for each scripture.

Our youth leaders are dedicated to providing a place for students Junior High through College to connect with God, with other students, and with older committed leaders that are dedicated to seeing students grow closer to Christ.

We believe that you can't do life alone, and that our youth are at a unique time of life where they can grasp the gospel and the impact of having the life of Jesus in their lives.

  Join the fun and experience a world where students meet Jesus on their level!

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We believe that all women must know that they are loved by the Lord regardless of their spiritual, socioeconomic, geographical, or physical status. All women are also encouraged to be actively involved in areas of ministry that complements their God given gifts to serve.  Titus 2:3-5 mandates older women to be examples to the younger ones. 

This we embrace by fostering spiritual growth individually and collectively. Prayer and teaching sessions, leadership groups, monthly meetings, evangelism and missions activities and yearly conferences and retreats help to meet varied needs of CHM women.

Our Motto “My sister, my friend” continues to be our approach to building vital relationships.

Being a man in today’s society can be confusing, with the varying standards and ideologies that challenge the very core of who God wants us to be. Our enemy, the devil, recognizes a man’s value in building a vibrant church and strong family and, accordingly, has been steadfast in his pursuit to distract him from his God-prescribed purpose. In a survey completed a few years ago and reported by Focus on the Family Publishing, it was estimated that:  

* If a child is the first person in a household to become a Christian, there is only a 4% probability that everyone else in the household will follow;

* If the wife, mother is the first to accept Christ, only 17% chance the rest of the family will;

* But if the man (husband, father) is the first person in a home to become a Christian, there is a 93% probability that the rest of the family will follow.

As Proverbs 27:17 tells us, “As iron sharpens iron, so one man should sharpen another,” we strive to build up each other through prayer, bible study and organized recreational events. We encourage our men to assume leadership positions and actively apply their spiritual gifts to the ministries and mission of the church.  

The purpose of missions at Christian Heritage Church is to fulfill the Great Commission, reaching beyond the needs of the local congregation.  The goal is to share the wonderful gospel of Jesus Christ, making disciples of those who receive the gift of salvation. 

The heartbeat of God is the souls of people everywhere.  The foundation of Christian Heritage Ministries is Missions.

Our Good News Club that was held every Friday in the 1980's was focused on the souls of over 140 children.  Held in a three story brownstone house in the Crown Heights and Bedford Stuyvesant areas of Brooklyn, this Club taught and reinforced the love of Jesus Christ, leading to the salvation of many.  Some of whom have continued to serve Christ in our local churches and elsewhere.

Due to the restrictions of COVID-19 our short term trips to the Caribbean, West  Africa, Mexico and South America have been put on hold. Our outreach to the Crossroads Youth Detention Center, Nursing Home, and Shelter Ministries are also temporarily on hold. In the future we aim to continue to increase the mission momentum, while we believe God for his financial provision. 

Our Mission of Hope to the community is also a response to the Great Commission.  We have tried to share the gospel of Christ as we try to meet physical needs and  have been providing over 100 supplemental bags of food on a weekly basis.  In the near future we will be able to again provide the much needed GED classes and the English as a second language  (ESL) program. We also plan to continue providing pro-bono legal advice as needed.

Thanks to all who have participated in this journey of reaching out to those who still remain in darkness, where we once were, until someone shared Christ’s love. Let us give back in response to what we have received and please our God today and always.