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Road Trip

Summer is the season to pack our bags, fuel up, and hit the road! Whether we travel with family or friends, trips include frustrations and joyful memories alike. Christian life is a journey too and the relationships we make along the way may not make life simpler, but certainly make it better. Join us for worship this summer as Highland explores the journey of building friendships on the road of discipleship.

June - Road Trip: Life is a Highway

Christ sends his followers out on the road, but He promises to go with them and provide them everything they need.

July - Road Trip: Travel Buddies

Along the road, we build friendships with those who guide us and those we help guide.

August - Road Trip: Homeward Bound

Home is where you are known and loved, where you have community around you, and ultimately live out faith in day to day life. How is Highland home for you?

Back to School Sunday - August 26

Before leaving his followers, Jesus assured them that he would always remain with them thanks to the presence of the Holy Spirit.  What better time to remember how God is always with us than when it's time to go back to school! In all worship services, we will ask God's blessing on all our students -- preschool to grad school -- and teachers beginning a new year of learning and growing. Students are encouraged to bring their backpacks to worship and will receive a small gift to help remember God's presence with them throughout the year.

Our House

What does it mean to be the Church, the Household of God? In this series we will compare the ways we build and care for the homes we live in to the ways we build our church community.  As we begin to prepare for our Habitat for Humanity build, we'll let the building process inform our conversations around personal, communal, & invitational discipleship.

  • September 2: The Half-finished Home
  • September 9: Building the House of God
  • September 16: Everyone's Sweat Equity
  • September 23: Open House

Learning to Ride Out the Storm - A Reading of Job

The book of Job explores one of the most enduring questions of humanity: Why do bad things happen? Join us as we study this faithful--yet afflicted--biblical figure.

  • September 30: Not All Suffering Is Our Own Doing
  • October 7: It's Okay to Question God
  • October 14: God's Answer to the Struggles of the World Is...God
  • October 21: Life After Grief