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.
Start your Christmas at Heartland Presbyterian ChurchFriday, December 24 Heartland will be offering two Christmas Eve Candlelight-Communion Services both in person and online. 5:00pm – Family Friendly7:00pm – Traditional We invite you to attend one or enjoy both!
A new adult Sunday school class on religious art will begin on Sunday, November 14 at 9:00am. In this class you will study some of the religious icons of the Russian Orthodox Church, and the religious paintings of Rembrandt, Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Picasso, Van Gogh, Hicks, Blake and Sallman. They will be using Hugh Stone’s … Continue reading New Adult Sunday School Class
With the resettling of many Afghanistan refugees, some of us at Heartland Presbyterian Church are interested in the possibility of Heartland hosting a refugee family. We have many questions and almost no answers at this point. The first question we seek to answer is “are enough people at Heartland interested to even make such a … Continue reading Hosting a Refugee Family