DUCs is the youth group for students in grades 6-12.
Group leaders are Andy Singsaas, Patty Wahlgren and Jennifer Dierks.
We typically meet on Sunday mornings at 9:30am September - May for Sunday School, and once a month for a fun fellowship activity. New youth are always welcome and can join at any time.
For more information or to be added to the DUCs email list, contact Patty Wahlgren at email@example.com
Heritage DUCs 2015 Promotional Video
We are currently meeting mostly virtually to keep everyone safe.
Sunday School at 9:30am
To join us via Zoom click here.
Meeting ID: 824 7275 2330
May 16th will be our last Sunday School meeting before we recess for the summer.
End of the Year Fellowship Fun
Sunday, May 16th, 2:00-4:00 PM
IN-PERSON at church
Souper Bowl of Caring
$764 was raised in 2021 for Matt Talbot Kitchen and Outreach! Thanks to everyone who helped us achieve DOUBLE our original goal!!
Schedules for Summer Camp at Calvin Crest are available now!
DUCs Sunday School
Sunday mornings are a time when we explore our faith in a variety of ways. Whether it's playing a game, watching a movie, doing a craft project, or even cooking in the kitchen we are always discovering new ways to learn what it means to be Christian and more specifically, Presbyterian.
Some DUCs have completed confirmation (which is separate from Sunday School) and others have not, which means that there is a wide range of perspectives for our lively discussions. Connecting biblical topics and stories to current events often helps connect schoolwork to faith.
The approach is casual and fun, but the discussions and insights are thought-provoking and educational. Every Sunday is different so you never know what to expect!
DUCs in Worship and More!
DUCs are active in the church throughout the year. Opportunities include assisting with communion, assisting with the visual tech, serving as ushers, singing in the chancel choir, playing in the bell choir, or providing special music.
Outside of worship they are serving on church committees, helping with the annual Easter Egg Hunt and Vacation Bible School as well as participating in church mission projects. Whatever the interest, there's a way for youth to be actively involved at Heritage!
Fun activities vary from movies or church scavenger hunts to a wide assortment of games including: