Our hope is to equip and cultivate a community of people who intentionally care for the people in and around our lives. The journey starts with each of us. The Heartland Care team includes staff, pastoral elders and volunteers who are equipped to come alongside people in a time of need. Should your needs require attention beyond our care team, we will consult with you to find the best referral source to a professional partner.


Contact Us

You can reach us confidentially by clicking HERE to tell us your story, or by leaving a message on our Care Line at (913)341.5820 ext 330. One of our volunteers will respond to you within 48 hours. If this is an emergency, please call 911.


Care Resources

Our Care Resources include:

  • Care Team
  • Graduate Intern Therapists
  • Professional Partners
  • Pastoral Care
  • Compassion Fund
  • 1 to 1

Our Care Groups include:

  • AA
  • DivorceCare
  • Emotionally Healthy Relationships
  • Emotionally Healthy Spirituality
  • GriefShare

To connect with any of these resources or for questions the Care Team can be accessed by leaving a confidential message on the Care Line at (913)341.5820 ext. 330, or sending a confidential email to us at care@heartlandchurch.org. If you are interested in joining us on the Care Team please contact us at (913)341.5820 ext. 330.


Prayer Resources

We offer prayer following Sunday services, near the front of the auditorium. In addition, you can submit prayer requests below. Members of our prayer team will pray for you.

Throughout the year, we offer training opportunities for anyone wishing to grow in their knowledge and comfort level with prayer.

Send Prayer Request


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