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Freedom That Lasts

FTL_Books_with_chains_900.pngAll of us face crises from time to time.

Perhaps you are in a crisis, right now, or have fallen again and feel that there is no use in trying any longer.

People in crisis often struggle with addiction to substances (drugs/alcohol), food, gambling, pornography, gaming and social networking. Or it can be workaholism, perfectionism, compulsive shopping, rituals, etc. No matter what we try, we can feel that there is no way out and lose hope.

Because God loves you, He wants to and can deliver you from these life habits and negative feelings. We want to help you find the answers you need to have a joyful, productive and stable life.

Come discover what saving faith means and how a thriving relationship with God through Jesus Christ will bring healing and freedom from the thoughts and behaviors that keep you in bondage.

Freedom That Lasts is for adults 18 and over. The meeting time (7-8:30 pm) includes a video, teaching, discussion and fellowship. 

Friday evenings at 7:00 pm in the Heritage Building (on the left as you enter the parking lot). We'll meet on the Lower Level.

Have a question? You can connect with us at (603) 475-7022 or info@hbcnh.org

We are here to help, and look forward to meeting you.

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Get Involved

Children and Teens
We encourage children and teens to get involved in ministry at Heritage. Whether participating in Sunday School, Youth Group, or one of our many outreach opportunities, your children will find a home here.
Adults
With special groups for men, women, young adults and parents there are many ways for you to grow at Heritage Baptist. Whether at the church or in member homes, opportunities for fellowship abound.
Building Program Giving
Aside from gifts specifically designated to the Building Fund, you can also give online toward our project.
Missions
At Heritage Baptist, we take seriously the call of the Great Commission. From supporting permanent missionaries in the field to encouraging and assisting members on short-term trips, our work spreading the gospel to all the world is never done.