Wholehearted living is our dream - if it is yours also, you belong with us! We are on a journey of identity discovery, loving who we find ourselves to be, and activating into our God-given designs. We’re a family you can belong to who is in relationship - each member encouraging another. It’s fun, happy and fruitful. Come see for yourself!
— Pastor Doug Heck

Service every sunday @ 10:30 AM


identify.  activate.  equip.



Help you know God and know who God designed you to be


Embrace you in a family where you can grow and activate your gifts


Give you teaching and resources to help you grow


Horizon Church exists to bring you into your God-designed purpose.
— Pastor Doug Heck


core values


Hearing God

Yes, we can all hear God’s voice. He is speaking, but are we listening? At Horizon we want to help you recognize the voice of God. We can learn to distinguish His voice from: our own voice, other people’s voices, and the voice of Satan. As we walk together with God, we find complete peace, confidently knowing His direction and purpose for our lives.


Knowing Your design

You are uniquely created by God with a specific design. We are here to help you understand that design and discover how you are created. Understanding your wiring changes the way you view yourself, relate to God, and to others. This understanding frees you to be who God designed to be, releasing a sense of fulfillment and hope.


Bondage Breaking

Each of us has un-Biblical thinking that has become roadblocks to our destiny.  Breaking through these roadblocks starts by identifying ungodly thought patterns, forgiving ourselves and renewing our minds.  Often this requires the supernatural intervention of the Holy Spirit to reveal to us the “what” and the “how” to come into the freedom Jesus purchased for us. Old things pass away, and all things become new.


Spirit of Sonship

God is moving us from servanthood to sonship.  This is a big transition and changes the way we relate to God.  He is no longer the "boss" or "taskmaster" but, instead, He is our “Father.” We develop a relationship of walking together daily, enjoying our Father’s friendship, and watching our authority increase as we take on His character.  As a result, our discipleship takes on the character of being a son, and growing into complete maturity. This results in us becoming fathers ourselves to spiritual sons and daughters.