Since we are resurrected, the answer is yes.
Since we become immortal with all the sensory organs; this implies that space and time remain realities in Heaven.
Since in Heaven we participate in the ongoing work of God's creation; this suggests that creation includes space and time as realities.
This suggests that reality is perspectival - that the broad assumptions of Einstein's theory of General Relativity are correct. We know from a place in time and space.
There is no instantaneousness of anything, there is no simultaneous-eternity.
Distance also makes a difference.
In Heaven we will not become indifferent to time, we will continue to be affected by distance - so that proximity will (there as here) be superior for knowing, and for loving.
We will continue to want to see, hear and touch those we love. Close-up is best.