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Once you’ve made gathering with us to worship on Sunday morning a habit, we believe a great next step to grow spiritually is to Find Your People. Jesus wants to transform us and make us more like him, and one key way he does that is through other people.

The best way to find your people at Heartland is to join one of our Groups or to serve on a Team. 

All of our Group and Team Leaders are trained to expect new people to join in, so feel free to let them know you are interested by clicking on the “Request to Join” button once you find what you’re looking for after following the above link.

Going Deeper

Sometimes people are looking to go a bit deeper beyond our normal Groups and Teams.  If that’s you, here are some great opportunities.

Spiritual Direction

Spiritual Direction is a deeply personal and transformative one-on-one ministry facilitated by a skilled and formally trained listener. In these sessions, your unique narrative is attentively heard, insightful questions are posed, and together, you embark on a journey of self-discovery, unraveling the ways in which God is actively at work in your life. These sessions provide a sacred space for introspection, allowing you to delve into the intricacies of your existence and address the profound questions of faith that naturally arise. The process not only helps you navigate the challenges inherent in your spiritual journey but also illuminates the moments of joy and connection with the divine. To explore the availability and fees of our Heartland Spiritual Directors, please click Learn More.

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The Journey

A spiritual formation pathway that moves a person into a deeper level of relationship with God.  It consists of 21 sessions broken out into three stages of 7 sessions each.  It requires a higher commitment level than most groups but it’s also high yield in terms of impact. 

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Heartland College

A fully accredited bachelors or masters degree program that allows students to engage with Scripture in a more structured way, explore what key thinkers have said about God, the world, and our place in it, and integrate what they are learning in your everyday life and ministry.

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