- Making disciples who make disciples
- Introducing people to Christ across the street and around the world
- Loving the least among us with grace
- Leading together through teams
- Empowering the church through passionate prayer
- Worshipping as a lifestyle
- Embracing ministry with a Kingdom mindset
In light of all of the restrictions that have been suggested, declared or proclaimed by medical experts and government officials, our idea of church must adapt for the next several weeks.
So then, what does Heartland Church ministry look like under the current circumstances?
Sunday Worship: We will offer live worship online at 10:30 am. Go to www.hcbchurch.org or our Facebook page @HCBchurch to join in. However, if you miss the live broadcast, we will provide a link on the website to watch it recorded.
Wednesday Night: Kids ROCK, TakeTwo Youth, Adult Prayer Life and Transportation are indefinitely suspended until further notice. However, we are delivering meals to all of the kids and their families who ride the vans on Wednesday nights.
Saturday “The Most Excellent Way” (TMEW): Meetings and transportation are suspended until further notice.
Small Groups: We recommend groups (no more than 10 people) continue to meet and new ones to form. Pastor Tony will provide discussion guides tied to the sermons.
EMAW/CHB: We recommend groups continue to meet and new ones to form.
What can you and your group do to look out and care for one another?
Giving: You can give online by going to our website www.hcbchurch.org and click the “Give” button in the top right corner. You can also mail a check to the following:
2201 West 19th Street
Sioux City, IA 51103
We also encourage you to stay abreast of prayer requests, service opportunities and news and updates by visiting our website https://hcbchurch.org/portal-login/ [Note: if you don’t have a password, request one from one of our pastors]
NOTICE: Based on CDC guidelines, Heartland leadership recommends that anyone who is sick, elderly or having ongoing medical conditions to avoid contact with other people. When you have contact with other people, remember the advice of medical experts for social distancing