Pursuing the heart of God...together!
Heartland Church is a community of believers committed to pursuing the heart of God. We invite you to come as you are and join us as we seek to worship and serve our wonderful God.
You're sure to meet someone at Heartland you can identify with since our members come from every age group - young families with children, empty nesters and retired persons, as well as from every walk of life - military, education, business, agriculture, homemaking, and more.
While our church campus is located in the rolling hills north of Knob Noster, our congregation reaches out to people living in and around Warrensburg, Concordia, Sweet Springs, and La Monte. We are an open, welcoming group of believers who eagerly desire to encourage and support new members with the love of Jesus Christ.
Please take a few moments to explore our website and learn more about Heartland Church. Feel free to contact us with questions or needs. We'll certainly do our very best to serve you!
We Welcome You!
I have come so that you may have life,
and have it abundantly.
Join us for worship this week and pursue the heart of God with us. Together we'll experience Christ's promise in John 10:10 -
Coming at Heartland
Sunday Morning Worship
Our church ministry council has met and developed plans for where and how we will meet for worship in the near future. We look forward to seeing one another and worshiping God together with great anticipation!
May 3 and 10
We will continue to meet online at 10 am May 3 and 10. On May 10, we will observe Communion in our homes during the online service. To prepare for this, we encourage you to have juice and crackers for each member of your family.
We will gather at our church facilities for worship at 10 am. We will wait until later in June to hold Sunday School.
If you or someone in your family is in a high risk group, we encourage you to be safe and stay at home. Our worship service will be broadcast live on Facebook.
When you arrive at church, we encourage you to use hand sanitizer as ushers guide you into the sanctuary and seat your family. As much as we enjoy seeing one another, we should avoid handshakes and hugs. Families will sit together and be seated six feet away from other families. Every other pew will be closed in order to increase the distance between families. Also, we will need to remain seated for the entire service and wait for ushers to dismiss us by families.
We will continue to monitor the progress of the COVID-19 "curve" to determine how we will meet for worship and when Sunday School and other church activities will resume.
Thank you for your understanding and prayerful support!