Welcome!

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

We invite you to be the church.

You Are Invited

SUNDAY WORSHIP @10AM

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

2023 Pledge Drive

We hope that you have had a chance to look over the stewardship packet.  We encourage you to make a financial pledge in support of the work and ministries of Heartland Presbyterian Church.  We are grateful for the pledge cards we have already received. If you have not returned your pledges yet, please mail them to…

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Adult Sunday School: The Gospel and Mental Health

Pastor Alex will lead a new class this fall, running from October 9th – November 6th, entitled “What Does the Gospel Say About Mental Health?”. This class will be a terrific resource in partnership with our fall sermon series on mental health and the Gospel. Classes will meet Sunday mornings in the session room from…

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Ravin’ Rev, The Gospel and Mental Health

In the coming weeks we will be exploring questions around mental health and the gospel.  More specifically the meaning of Grace amid the normal struggles of our psychological well-being as well as those times when more serious mental illness may affect our lives. It is with some trepidation I approach these questions in part because…

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