At Heartland, we invite you to do more than come to church…

We invite you to be the church.

You Are Invited


At Heartland, we are focused on personal connections: within our congregation, within our community, and with God.  We welcome any searching member of the community, no matter where you are in your faith journey, regardless of age, race, gender or sexual orientation.  We offer an uplifting weekly worship service focused on grace and hope, as well as many opportunities for education, service, and fellowship for all ages. 

Jazz Makes Heartland Unique

Wait, did you say jazz?  At church?? 

Absolutely!! One of the first things you will notice about Heartland is the music.  Our band is anchored by professional jazz musicians, and is a source of great joy within our congregation.  While our worship service is what most would consider traditional, expect to hear everything from a unique spin on your favorite hymn to a classic jazz standard during our weekly worship.

Worship With Us

Worship at Heartland takes place Sunday mornings at 10:00 am CT. If you are unable to be with us physically, you can still worship with us via Facebook Live.

Heartland Happenings

Fall 2023 Sermon Series

In a time when we yearn for community and connection, we will explore how the early followers of Jesus embodied community through Allelon (Greek Word for One Anothering).

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Contemplative Corner – “The Summer Day”

The Summer Day  Who made the world?Who made the swan, and the black bear?Who made the grasshopper?This grasshopper, I mean–the one who has flung herself out of the grass,the one who is eating sugar out of my hand,who is moving her jaws back and forth instead of up and down–who is gazing around with her…

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Ravin Rev, Connecting to God Through the Arts

Hello Heartlanders! We are excited about the conversations around the Strategic Planning Vision as our members and friends provide feedback on the initiatives presented to the congregation. It has been invaluable to hear the affirmations, questions, and thoughts around some of the ideas presented in the Connection and Creation strategic plan. We hope many more…

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