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Sunday Worship

Join us at 11 AM on Sundays for live-streamed worship. (Click "Connection Service")

You can also watch recordings of Sunday services on the same streaming site.

Live Streams & Recordings

Virtual Narthex

As a family of faith, we often linger after a worship service to connect with others and catch up on one another's lives. We are offering a digital opportunity to gather via Zoom after our Sunday morning worship service on the 2nd Sunday of each month. Click here to join when the service concludes.

Daily Prayer

Join Pastor Amanda on Highland's Facebook page at 9 AM, Mondays - Fridays, for a brief service of Morning Prayer. She is using Common Prayer, which is also available daily online at commonprayer.net if you want to follow along.

Highland's Facebook Page

Faith & Fellowship

Online Studies - Pastors and staff are leading multiple studies using Zoom. View our studies page for details.

Highland's Facebook Page

Virtual Pub Theology - Join us on Zoom for Pub Theology on the Third Tuesday of each month. BYOB and join us around the computer screen for conversation about the intersection of faith and everyday life. (Sorry, no pizza included!) Contact Whitney White to get the link & join in!

Online Sunday School - Several of Highland's Sunday School classes have adapted through the pandemic to meet online via Zoom. Some classes have occasional outdoor gatherings for fellowship as well. The span different ages and interests, and they are meeting at different dates and times. Interested? Contact Rev. Janet Baucom to learn more.

Tuesday Morning Men’s Fellowship: Contact Barry Rodgers for more information.

Zoom?? Technical Assistance Needed

Zoom is an online video conferencing system that enables people to interact digitally, seeing and hearing one another. You don't have to have an account to participate. Here are a few tips for those just getting started:

  • To participate fully, you need a device with a camera and a microphone. This includes phones, tablets, laptop computers, and desktop computers with a webcam/microphone.
  • Zoom can run through a web browser, but on tablets (ipads) and phones it's easier to use the app. Zoom Cloud Meetings is a free app available from the Google Play Store (android) and App Store (ios). On computers, your web browser might ask to install a plug-in for Zoom, which can also be really helpful.
  • When you join a zoom meeting, your device may ask you about audio (you want to use device audio) and video (yes, you typically want to activate video). If you're a couple minutes early, you'll either be allowed to go ahead into the meeting or you will be in a "waiting room." In either case, the meeting host gets the whole thing started.
  • There's a little microphone icon -- it's location varies depending on what kind of device you have, but it should be visible somewhere on your screen. If you click it and it turns red with a slash over it, you are muted and others can't here you. This can be helpful if you've got family members chatting in the background, a barking dog, or something else you don't want broadcast to the whole group. Click the icon again to speak up and keep participating.