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If you're searching for a religious home where people honor each other's different beliefs and worship together as one faith, find us. We are a loving, open-minded religious community that encourages you to seek your own spiritual path, wherever it leads. Join us on Sunday and discover Unitarian Universalism.
Please join us for services at 10:30am on Sunday mornings.
Children and youth Religious Exploration (RE) occurs at the same time as the service. The RE classes join the congregation for the beginning of the service. We later sing them out to their classroom.
Nursery care is available during services.
Please check the "Visitors" page for additional information you may find helpful including an explanation of our four types of services.
Upcoming Service Dates Include:
March 9: Heartland Member Service: First Principle Dilemma - The Inherent Worth and Dignity of "Really Bad" People
Worship Leader: Donna Bays
March 16: Guest Speaker Servie: Rev. Forrest Gilmore: Like a Box of Chocolates
Worship Leader: Susan McClelland
March 23: Heartland Member Service: Our Seven Principles Series - Sixth Principle
Worship Leader: Kris Barksdale
March 30: Heartland Member Service
Worship Leader: Jan Eason
April 6: Guest Speaker Service: George Kelley: From Slavery to Peoplehood: The Passover Story of Exodus
Heartland Unitarian Universalist Church
The Heartland Unitarian Universalist Church was recently formed by a group of Greater Indianapolis-area residents in hopes of fulfilling the need for a religious community in the North/Northwest portion of Greater Indianapolis (including northern suburbs such as Zionsville and Carmel) where people can nurture their spirits and help heal the world. We are dedicated to promoting the ongoing search for truth and to affirming the inherent worth of the individual.
of Greater Indianapolis
Next Service: March 9th, 10:30 AM
Heartland Member Service: First Principle Dilemma - The Inherent Worth and Dignity of "Really Bad" People