Current Schedule

Colonial Heights Campus, 9 & 11am

Midlothian Campus, 9:15 & 11am

We are excited to be having worship services back inside of our buildings! Both services will be online in all of the usual formats: live.thb.church, our church app (click here to download), our main Facebook page: theheightsbaptist, Roku, and AppleTV. Please download our church app for sermon notes and access to our online bulletin.

Preschool, children’s programming, and youth at both campuses will be available beginning this Sunday, July 12, at the 9am service only.

Life Groups

Life Groups will begin meeting at the Colonial Heights Campus on Sunday, July 19, with classes divided into alternating schedules labeled Yellow and Green. Yellow will meet on the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sundays and Green will meet on the 2nd and 4th Sundays. Groups are encouraged to meet virtually or in home groups on the weeks they do not meet on campus. Life Groups schedule information is available here. Midlothian Campus Life Groups continue to meet virtually. Please contact your leader for details.

As we begin to phase in to meeting in-person again, please make yourself familiar with our Sunday Worship Service Safety Protocols.

Upcoming Schedule Change

Beginning Sunday, August 23, our Colonial Heights Campus will return to our regular service times of 9:15am and 10:45am! Our Midlothian Campus service times will be 9:30am and 11am. Here at The Heights we are continually researching the latest innovations and best products for safely cleaning our building and for ensuring the safest environment for those attending here. We are consistently the first in our area to discover and utilize these products as they are tested and available. Among those products is a proven, longer-lasting formulation from BIOPROTECT. This innovation allows us to reduce our time between services. As we introduce new products and procedures, we continue to meet and exceed all the mandatory state and CDC requirements for cleaning and maintenance.


Online Schedule of Events
during COVID-19 Social Distancing

Worship Services
Sundays at 9am & 11am
Both hours will be on our livestream: live.thb.church, church app (click here to download), and main Facebook page: theheightsbaptist
A children’s activity sheet is available at thb.church/activitysheet
Missed the livestream? Catch it on-demand at thb.church/watch-read

Kids Worship
Sundays at 8am
on our Children’s Ministry Facebook page: theheightschildren

Children’s Ministry Devotions
Monday – Friday at 9am
on our Children’s Ministry Facebook page: theheightschildren

Preschool Puppet Show
Tuesdays at 9:30am
on our Children’s Ministry Facebook page: theheightschildren

Preschool Story Time
Tuesdays at 7pm
on our Children’s Ministry Facebook page: theheightschildren


Connection Card

At The Heights we often say that “life is better connected.” While that may be different and more challenging these days, we still believe that to be true. We would love to connect you to a life group, talk to you about a relationship with Jesus, or be able to pray for you! Click here to let us know how we can best connect with you.


Love804 Opportunities

Volunteers to Make Fabric Masks
We have a unique opportunity during the COVID-19 pandemic to help the 804 community by making and distributing fabric face masks to area healthcare facilities. Please sign up to help fulfill the needs in the following ways: fabric cutting, sewing, delivery, and donations. Details and sign up here!

Blood Donation
There is currently a critical need for donation of blood and platelets. Right now, eligible and healthy donors are strongly encouraged to make an appointment to provide lifesaving blood products to patients. The Heights Colonial Heights Campus is hosting a blood drive on Wednesday, September 2. The Midlothian Campus is hosting a drive on Tuesday, September 8. You MUST make an appointment. Register here.

“Hello Neighbor” Cards
We know many of you have already reached out to neighbors to help in the ways that you can.  Feel free to download this card to be filled out and given to those neighbors that live around you or others that you may know may be hesitant to go out or need a call.

Bless Every Home
We may not be able to physically gather together as the church, but we are well equipped and have plenty of opportunity to “be” the church to those around us. The Southern Baptist Convention of Virginia has developed this tool which allows you to pray for your neighbors by name. We want to encourage you to use this resource so you can be praying specifically for your neighbors, by name, during this time. To sign up visit blesseveryhome.com.

Chesterfield Food Bank
Those that would like to volunteer, need to call 804.414.8885 the day BEFORE they want to volunteer in order to make sure the food bank needs volunteers that day. The Chesterfield Food Bank is located at 12211 Iron Bridge Road, Chester, VA 23831.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Project Volunteers
Volunteers are wanted for VCU Health-sponsored projects that are currently ongoing in Richmond, VA surrounding PPE manufacturing for VCU Health and other local health systems. Volunteer duties would mostly be related to assembling 3D printed face masks and other manufactured PPE. Register to help here.


Three Simple Ideas for Our Peace:

Notes from Our Pastor’s Sunday Sermon

  1. Be Still
    Crisis leads to anxiety leads to “do something, anything”. the Bible calls us to do just the opposite. Our first response is to stop, be still; “Be still and know that I am God…” (Psalm 46:10)
    The beginning of Psalm 46 says He is our very present help in trouble. So be still until you recognize that presence and know that help.
  2. Pray
    Philippians 4:6 tells us not to be anxious, but instead pray. Ask God for wisdom, strength, help in what to do, when to act, how to respond; and then be willing to be still until He reveals His answer. He always does.
  3.  Take the step that most responds to God
    Our steps should acknowledge God, not our fears, not our crisis. Our actions should acknowledge God, not the world. That is the fear of the Lord. Fearing anything in the world leads to more fear, but “In the fear of the Lord one has strong confidence…” (Proverbs 14:26)

We understand that COVID and social distancing can be very isolating and stressful for people living with or in recovery from mental health and substance use disorders, as well as caregivers and family members of individuals with mental health and substance use disorders.

If you are experiencing a crisis and need immediate assistance, contact your local behavioral health emergency services department, call 9-1-1, or visit the nearest emergency room

Dial 211 – 211 is a free, confidential referral and information helpline and website that connects people of all ages and from all communities to essential health and human services they need, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 211 can be accessed by phone or computer.

Helpful Links:

Information from our local government and public health officials:
Chesterfield County COVID-19 Updates

Virginia Department of Health:
VDH COVID-19 Updates

Nationwide information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:
CDC COVID-19 Updates

The President’s Coronavirus Guidelines for America:
15 Days to Slow the Spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Resources for those in need:
CCHASM Alliance for Social Ministry
Celebrate Recovery Official YouTube Channel
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Phone Meetings or Online Groups
Al-Anon Electronic Meetings
Chesterfield Crisis Line: 804.748.6356
District 19 Crisis Line: 804.862.8000
Chesterfield Police Non-Emergency Number: 804.748.1251
Mental Health America Warmline: 866.400.6428
Alive RVA Warmline: 1.833.473.3782
Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Cope with Coronavirus
Coping with COVID-19 in the context of PTSD
Military Service Members Veterans and Family Resources
Families First Information (English/Español)
Current Food Resources and Distribution Locations
Greater Richmond Area Resources (Alphabetical)