The session of Heartland church is excited to identify Pentecost Sunday, May 23rd, for our return to in-person worship. The committees of the church are working hard to get ready for this long awaited and anticipated return to our embodied worship. We are still committed to providing a meaningful online worship experience for those not yet ready … Continue reading Update on Return to In-Person Worship
Pentecost Sunday, May 23, 10 AM The session of Heartland has voted to return to in-person worship in the building on Pentecost Sunday at 10 AM. The session thoughtfully and prayerfully made this discernment amidst climbing vaccinations and lowering infection rates. The session is aware that numbers may fluctuate and will be attentive to responding … Continue reading Heartland Returning to In-Person Worship
The Transitions Task Force appointed by session has been meeting and continues to meet to make their recommendations to session about when we return to in-person worship. At this point in time the Task Force is looking to recommend a return to in-person worship sometime this summer. The Task Force is fully cognizant that any … Continue reading Transition Task Force Covid 19 Update
A message from Pastor Alex concerning Heartland's plans to resume in-person worship...
Brothers and Sisters, One of the most difficult things about the Covid-19 outbreak for me personally is that the very things that bring me joy as a Pastor and as a human being are now discouraged for the purposes of protecting the vulnerable. Worship, fellowship, caring for each other, and the simple pleasure of just … Continue reading Heartland Coronavirus Update
With the current concerns around the Coronavirus, the session of Heartland Presbyterian Church encourages members and friends to be faithful in our response as followers of Jesus who brought healing to those considered untouchable. Amidst much of the fear and uncertainty surrounding this health crisis, we feel it is important to communicate our church preparations … Continue reading Coronavirus Concerns