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Wednesday Nights

Wednesday Nights schedule (September – May):

  • Children’s Choirs
    • Cherub Choir (preschool/K) 4:45 PM
    • Chorister Choir (elementary) 5:15 PM
  • Church Family Dinner at 5:45 PM
  • Children’s Activities 6:30 – 7:30 PM
  • HUMRingers (handbells) rehearsal 6:30 PM
  • Connection Praise Team rehearsal 7:30 PM

Our Wednesday Night Meals

Paul Swartz will return to the kitchen on January 9 for another season of delicious Wednesday meals.  Our weekly Wednesday night meals are a great chance to sit down with family and friends to touch base and re-group.  

The cost of the meal is $7 per adult, $6 per youth, and $5 for children (ages 4-11) with a maximum of $24 per family.

Meal passes for the entire spring season (18 weeks, January 9- May 15, excluding April 17) can be purchased online at a discounted rate:

Puchase a Meal Pass

Not sure you can come every week?  Just let us know by noon on Monday if you plan to attend.  Your reservation helps us make sure we have enough food prepared each week.  Please note that Paul is happy to prepare vegan/gluten-free menu options if you make your request by noon the Monday before the meal.

Make a reservation for dinner Dinner Menus

After Dinner Activities

January 9 – Grab your drink and dessert and stick around to talk with our new associate pastor, Rev. Amanda Bunce

January 23 – All ages are needed to help pack hygiene kits for Church World Services, the agency that sponsors the CROP Walk.

January 30 – Holy Conversations – Join us in the Conference Room at 6:30 PM as we recall the practice of holy conversation and talk about the challenges and blessings of welcoming our neighbors.

February 6 – Holy Conversations – Join us in the Conference Room at 6:30 PM as we practice holy conversations around questions of human sexuality and the future of the United Methodist Church.

February 20 – Highland welcomes author Kate Turner Pope, who attended Highland as a child, and returns to share about her non-profit organization The Giving Crusade and the book she wrote of the same name, written to empower children and assure them that they can make big, positive changes in the world. Ms. Pope will be selling and signing copies of her book that evening as well.

February 27 – After learning about how the importance of Christian advocacy on Sunday mornings in February, we’ll get a chance to practice together through an offering of letters activity, brought to Wednesday nights with the help of our Micah 6:8 team.