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Bible studies and small groups meet to help us learn more about our faith and to grow in our relationship with God and one another.

Wednesday Nights

Join us November 8 - December 6 for Evenings of ThanksLiving.  Building on our sermon series, adults will join our preaching pastors for Bible Study, diving into the Scriptures heard in Sunday morning worship and asking questions about how our lives are lived differently when lived with gratitude. Children will read those Scriptures, make crafts, hear stories, and do mission projects that reflect how we live with an attitude of gratitude. Join the Highland family as we learn to live differently - abundantly, thankfully and joyfully - because of God’s amazing grace.

 Friday Women's Study

God Unbound by Elaine Heath, Fridays October 27 - December 15, 9:30 - 11:30 AM in room 202

Led by Janet Baucom

Elaine Heath invites you to join her in reading Galatians, and to hear Paul’s advice for a church experiencing a massive cultural shift that radically expanded their idea of God and God’s mission for the church. God Unbound reflects on the current cultural shifts the Church is experiencing and Paul’s guidance and wisdom about a God who is more than we expect or imagine.

Monday Night Bible Study

James, Mondays 6:30 – 8:00 PM, 5 weeks beginning October 23 in room 304

Led by Bruce Taylor & Connie Williams

James has been called the most practical letter in the New Testament. James’s premise is that our words and our works should demonstrate our faith and that faith without works is a dead faith. In other words, true faith will bear fruit. Study James and his godly wisdom to be challenged in your faith and to lead a fruitful life.

Studies focus around these areas:

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Biblical Literacy
Worshipful Living
Worshipful Living
Mission & Witness
Mission & Witness