Aug
21
9:00 AM09:00

Church Wide Fast

We hold the church-wide fast each Wednesday, during lunch.

  1. Ask our Lord to start cleansing our church, starting with our families.

  2. Ask God to make our lives “Gardens of Eden” - places of unbroken fellowship & intimacy with the Lord.

  3. Ask God to cleanse our community of a spirit of destruction and a spirit of deafness (Matthew 17).

Let's also move in obedience regarding the challenge for us to fast, as a church. When the disciples asked Jesus why they were unable to cast out the demon in Matthew 17, His response to them was

1) "…because of your little faith" and

2) "But this kind does not come out except by prayer and fasting."

Highland Family, the world needs to see the power of God working in and through the church. The world needs to see churches who live by the verse, "not by might, not by power, but by My spirit, says the Lord!". By engaging corporately in a season of prayer and fasting we are asking that the Lord use Highland Community Church as a way to display His power and glory as He fulfills His promise to both cleanse us and rebuild us (Ezekiel 36:33-36). Here are the motivations for our fast:

  1. Fasting gives us a heightened sense of the work and power of the Holy Spirit in our life and in the life of others.

  2. Fasting is our soul crying out, “This I want more than food!”.

  3. Fasting is for those not satisfied with the status quo and who feel truly desperate for God to intervene.

  4. Fasting is our soul longing for the promises of heaven to be made known on earth. “Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven.”

We will not relent in our pursuit of the Lord until we see Him "perform with His hand what He has spoken with His mouth" (2 Chronicles 6:15).

View Event →
Membership Program Postponed
Aug
18
1:00 PM13:00

Membership Program Postponed

This class has been postponed. Please sign up to receive information about the next class.

Potential members will be expected to participate in the church's new member orientation program as developed and implemented by Highland Community Church. The membership and orientation process at Highland Community Church is as follows: 

  1. A person who desires to become a member of the church has to make that desire known to a Team Leader/Church Leader.

  2. From the date the person expresses the desire to be a member, at least a 6 month commitment is expected from that partitioner to demonstrate an evident commitment (Luke 3:8, Galatians 5:22-26) to Jesus and our church body.

  3. When the New Member Window opens, the person must take part in the Membership Class of Highland Community Church, where they are introduced to the fundamentals of Christianity:
    a. The identity and person of Jesus Christ.
    b. The inerrancy of the Scriptures (God's Word is the final authority).

  4. The class also includes information on the church structure, by-laws and vision.

*Potential members must be in line with and submit to these fundamentals in order to be brought before the membership of the church to be received as a member. All persons are expected to follow all federal, state, and local government laws during church activities and on church property and expected to strive to be law abiding in their personal life (Romans 13).  If you have any further questions, please talk to Pastor Rob.

Sign up here:

Name *
Name
View Event →
Aug
14
9:00 AM09:00

Church Wide Fast

We hold the church-wide fast each Wednesday, during lunch.

  1. Ask our Lord to start cleansing our church, starting with our families.

  2. Ask God to make our lives “Gardens of Eden” - places of unbroken fellowship & intimacy with the Lord.

  3. Ask God to cleanse our community of a spirit of destruction and a spirit of deafness (Matthew 17).

Let's also move in obedience regarding the challenge for us to fast, as a church. When the disciples asked Jesus why they were unable to cast out the demon in Matthew 17, His response to them was

1) "…because of your little faith" and

2) "But this kind does not come out except by prayer and fasting."

Highland Family, the world needs to see the power of God working in and through the church. The world needs to see churches who live by the verse, "not by might, not by power, but by My spirit, says the Lord!". By engaging corporately in a season of prayer and fasting we are asking that the Lord use Highland Community Church as a way to display His power and glory as He fulfills His promise to both cleanse us and rebuild us (Ezekiel 36:33-36). Here are the motivations for our fast:

  1. Fasting gives us a heightened sense of the work and power of the Holy Spirit in our life and in the life of others.

  2. Fasting is our soul crying out, “This I want more than food!”.

  3. Fasting is for those not satisfied with the status quo and who feel truly desperate for God to intervene.

  4. Fasting is our soul longing for the promises of heaven to be made known on earth. “Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven.”

We will not relent in our pursuit of the Lord until we see Him "perform with His hand what He has spoken with His mouth" (2 Chronicles 6:15).

View Event →
Aug
7
6:00 PM18:00

Men's Small Group

We will be going through “Mere Christianity”, by CS Lewis.  A Study Guide will be provided, as well as your book.  Please let me know if you intend to come so that we can purchase the correct number of books. We will meet each first Wednesday of the month, scheduling our reading as we move through the year.

August 7th, is when we gather again.   We are now entering Book III.  This section is centered around Christian Behavior.

We will cover these sections of Book III.  Try and complete them before we meet:

2. The "Cardinal Virtues"

3. Social Morality

Click here for Study Guide.

Originally, we were going to meet and discuss Worry, Worship and The Word of God in a more detailed way.  Due to the personal nature of those topics, a better plan seems to be that if anyone would like to meet privately, please consider scheduling to meet with me at 5pm on the first Wednesday. I am also able and willing to meet with any of you at any time you reach out to me as well.

View Event →
Jul
14
1:00 PM13:00

Membership Program

The Membership Program opens this May. Please sign up below.

Potential members will be expected to participate in the church's new member orientation program as developed and implemented by Highland Community Church. The membership and orientation process at Highland Community Church is as follows: 

  1. A person who desires to become a member of the church has to make that desire known to a Team Leader/Church Leader.

  2. From the date the person expresses the desire to be a member, at least a 6 month commitment is expected from that partitioner to demonstrate an evident commitment (Luke 3:8, Galatians 5:22-26) to Jesus and our church body.

  3. When the New Member Window opens, the person must take part in the Membership Class of Highland Community Church, where they are introduced to the fundamentals of Christianity:
    a. The identity and person of Jesus Christ.
    b. The inerrancy of the Scriptures (God's Word is the final authority).

  4. The class also includes information on the church structure, by-laws and vision.

*Potential members must be in line with and submit to these fundamentals in order to be brought before the membership of the church to be received as a member. All persons are expected to follow all federal, state, and local government laws during church activities and on church property and expected to strive to be law abiding in their personal life (Romans 13).  If you have any further questions, please talk to Pastor Rob.

Sign up here:

Name *
Name
View Event →
Jul
3
6:00 PM18:00

Men's Small Group

We will be going through “Mere Christianity”, by CS Lewis.  A Study Guide will be provided, as well as your book.  Please let me know if you intend to come so that we can purchase the correct number of books. We will meet each first Wednesday of the month, scheduling our reading as we move through the year.

July 3rd, 6pm, is when we gather again.   We are now entering Book III.  This section is centered around Christian Behavior.

We will cover these sections of Book III.  Try and complete them before we meet:

1. The Three Parts of Morality 

2. The "Cardinal Virtues"

3. Social Morality

Click here for Study Guide.

Originally, we were going to meet and discuss Worry, Worship and The Word of God in a more detailed way.  Due to the personal nature of those topics, a better plan seems to be that if anyone would like to meet privately, please consider scheduling to meet with me at 5pm on the first Wednesday. I am also able and willing to meet with any of you at any time you reach out to me as well.

View Event →
Jul
3
9:00 AM09:00

Church Wide Fast

We hold the church-wide fast each Wednesday, during lunch.

  1. Ask our Lord to start cleansing our church, starting with our families.

  2. Ask God to make our lives “Gardens of Eden” - places of unbroken fellowship & intimacy with the Lord.

  3. Ask God to cleanse our community of a spirit of destruction and a spirit of deafness (Matthew 17).

Let's also move in obedience regarding the challenge for us to fast, as a church. When the disciples asked Jesus why they were unable to cast out the demon in Matthew 17, His response to them was

1) "…because of your little faith" and

2) "But this kind does not come out except by prayer and fasting."

Highland Family, the world needs to see the power of God working in and through the church. The world needs to see churches who live by the verse, "not by might, not by power, but by My spirit, says the Lord!". By engaging corporately in a season of prayer and fasting we are asking that the Lord use Highland Community Church as a way to display His power and glory as He fulfills His promise to both cleanse us and rebuild us (Ezekiel 36:33-36). Here are the motivations for our fast:

  1. Fasting gives us a heightened sense of the work and power of the Holy Spirit in our life and in the life of others.

  2. Fasting is our soul crying out, “This I want more than food!”.

  3. Fasting is for those not satisfied with the status quo and who feel truly desperate for God to intervene.

  4. Fasting is our soul longing for the promises of heaven to be made known on earth. “Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven.”

We will not relent in our pursuit of the Lord until we see Him "perform with His hand what He has spoken with His mouth" (2 Chronicles 6:15).

View Event →
Vacation Bible School
Jun
17
to Jun 19

Vacation Bible School

Vacation Bible School will be held at Highland on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, June 17-19 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm daily. All children entering Kindergarten through those who have completed 5th grade are invited to attend! A huge thank you to Edgewood Baptist and Wynnbrook Baptist for all of their help to make this happen! Please call or email the church for more info.

View Event →
Jun
12
9:00 AM09:00

Church Wide Fast

We hold the church-wide fast each Wednesday, during lunch.

  1. Ask our Lord to start cleansing our church, starting with our families.

  2. Ask God to make our lives “Gardens of Eden” - places of unbroken fellowship & intimacy with the Lord.

  3. Ask God to cleanse our community of a spirit of destruction and a spirit of deafness (Matthew 17).

Let's also move in obedience regarding the challenge for us to fast, as a church. When the disciples asked Jesus why they were unable to cast out the demon in Matthew 17, His response to them was

1) "…because of your little faith" and

2) "But this kind does not come out except by prayer and fasting."

Highland Family, the world needs to see the power of God working in and through the church. The world needs to see churches who live by the verse, "not by might, not by power, but by My spirit, says the Lord!". By engaging corporately in a season of prayer and fasting we are asking that the Lord use Highland Community Church as a way to display His power and glory as He fulfills His promise to both cleanse us and rebuild us (Ezekiel 36:33-36). Here are the motivations for our fast:

  1. Fasting gives us a heightened sense of the work and power of the Holy Spirit in our life and in the life of others.

  2. Fasting is our soul crying out, “This I want more than food!”.

  3. Fasting is for those not satisfied with the status quo and who feel truly desperate for God to intervene.

  4. Fasting is our soul longing for the promises of heaven to be made known on earth. “Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven.”

We will not relent in our pursuit of the Lord until we see Him "perform with His hand what He has spoken with His mouth" (2 Chronicles 6:15).

View Event →
Jun
9
1:00 PM13:00

Membership Program

The Membership Program opens this May. Please sign up below.

Potential members will be expected to participate in the church's new member orientation program as developed and implemented by Highland Community Church. The membership and orientation process at Highland Community Church is as follows: 

  1. A person who desires to become a member of the church has to make that desire known to a Team Leader/Church Leader.

  2. From the date the person expresses the desire to be a member, at least a 6 month commitment is expected from that partitioner to demonstrate an evident commitment (Luke 3:8, Galatians 5:22-26) to Jesus and our church body.

  3. When the New Member Window opens, the person must take part in the Membership Class of Highland Community Church, where they are introduced to the fundamentals of Christianity:
    a. The identity and person of Jesus Christ.
    b. The inerrancy of the Scriptures (God's Word is the final authority).

  4. The class also includes information on the church structure, by-laws and vision.

*Potential members must be in line with and submit to these fundamentals in order to be brought before the membership of the church to be received as a member. All persons are expected to follow all federal, state, and local government laws during church activities and on church property and expected to strive to be law abiding in their personal life (Romans 13).  If you have any further questions, please talk to Pastor Rob.

Sign up here:

Name *
Name
View Event →
Jun
5
6:00 PM18:00

Men's Small Group

We will be going through “Mere Christianity”, by CS Lewis.  A Study Guide will be provided, as well as your book.  Please let me know if you intend to come so that we can purchase the correct number of books. We will meet each first Wednesday of the month, scheduling our reading as we move through the year.

July 3rd, 6pm, is when we gather again.   We are now entering Book III.  This section is centered around Christian Behavior.

We will cover these sections of Book III.  Try and complete them before we meet:

1. The Three Parts of Morality 

2. The "Cardinal Virtues"

3. Social Morality

Click here for Study Guide.

Originally, we were going to meet and discuss Worry, Worship and The Word of God in a more detailed way.  Due to the personal nature of those topics, a better plan seems to be that if anyone would like to meet privately, please consider scheduling to meet with me at 5pm on the first Wednesday. I am also able and willing to meet with any of you at any time you reach out to me as well.

View Event →
Jun
5
6:00 PM18:00

Men's Small Group

We will be going through “Mere Christianity”, by CS Lewis.  A Study Guide will be provided, as well as your book.  Please let me know if you intend to come so that we can purchase the correct number of books. We will meet each first Wednesday of the month, scheduling our reading as we move through the year.

July 3rd, 6pm, is when we gather again.   We are now entering Book III.  This section is centered around Christian Behavior.

We will cover these sections of Book III.  Try and complete them before we meet:

1. The Three Parts of Morality 

2. The "Cardinal Virtues"

3. Social Morality

Click here for Study Guide.

Originally, we were going to meet and discuss Worry, Worship and The Word of God in a more detailed way.  Due to the personal nature of those topics, a better plan seems to be that if anyone would like to meet privately, please consider scheduling to meet with me at 5pm on the first Wednesday. I am also able and willing to meet with any of you at any time you reach out to me as well.

View Event →
Jun
5
9:00 AM09:00

Church Wide Fast

We hold the church-wide fast each Wednesday, during lunch.

  1. Ask our Lord to start cleansing our church, starting with our families.

  2. Ask God to make our lives “Gardens of Eden” - places of unbroken fellowship & intimacy with the Lord.

  3. Ask God to cleanse our community of a spirit of destruction and a spirit of deafness (Matthew 17).

Let's also move in obedience regarding the challenge for us to fast, as a church. When the disciples asked Jesus why they were unable to cast out the demon in Matthew 17, His response to them was

1) "…because of your little faith" and

2) "But this kind does not come out except by prayer and fasting."

Highland Family, the world needs to see the power of God working in and through the church. The world needs to see churches who live by the verse, "not by might, not by power, but by My spirit, says the Lord!". By engaging corporately in a season of prayer and fasting we are asking that the Lord use Highland Community Church as a way to display His power and glory as He fulfills His promise to both cleanse us and rebuild us (Ezekiel 36:33-36). Here are the motivations for our fast:

  1. Fasting gives us a heightened sense of the work and power of the Holy Spirit in our life and in the life of others.

  2. Fasting is our soul crying out, “This I want more than food!”.

  3. Fasting is for those not satisfied with the status quo and who feel truly desperate for God to intervene.

  4. Fasting is our soul longing for the promises of heaven to be made known on earth. “Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven.”

We will not relent in our pursuit of the Lord until we see Him "perform with His hand what He has spoken with His mouth" (2 Chronicles 6:15).

View Event →
May
28
5:30 PM17:30

Strength and Stretch Fitness Class and Dinner

Highland is so excited to partner with Mercy Med to offer a new wellness opportunity in the neighborhood. Strength and Stretch is a basic, foundational fitness class that will be taught in the sanctuary at Highland. This is a great class for all levels of fitness. Alana Spiece will teach the class, and Keith Sims and crew from the Mercy Med Farm will provide a healthy dinner after each class. Wear your tennis shoes and bring a water bottle and hand towel and get ready to give back to your body. All are welcome to join! Please call the church if you have questions.

View Event →
May
19
1:00 PM13:00

Membership Program

The Membership Program opens this May. Please sign up below.

Potential members will be expected to participate in the church's new member orientation program as developed and implemented by Highland Community Church. The membership and orientation process at Highland Community Church is as follows: 

  1. A person who desires to become a member of the church has to make that desire known to a Team Leader/Church Leader.

  2. From the date the person expresses the desire to be a member, at least a 6 month commitment is expected from that partitioner to demonstrate an evident commitment (Luke 3:8, Galatians 5:22-26) to Jesus and our church body.

  3. When the New Member Window opens, the person must take part in the Membership Class of Highland Community Church, where they are introduced to the fundamentals of Christianity:
    a. The identity and person of Jesus Christ.
    b. The inerrancy of the Scriptures (God's Word is the final authority).

  4. The class also includes information on the church structure, by-laws and vision.

*Potential members must be in line with and submit to these fundamentals in order to be brought before the membership of the church to be received as a member. All persons are expected to follow all federal, state, and local government laws during church activities and on church property and expected to strive to be law abiding in their personal life (Romans 13).  If you have any further questions, please talk to Pastor Rob.

Sign up here:

Name *
Name
View Event →
May
14
5:30 PM17:30

Strength and Stretch Fitness Class and Dinner

Highland is so excited to partner with Mercy Med to offer a new wellness opportunity in the neighborhood. Strength and Stretch is a basic, foundational fitness class that will be taught in the sanctuary at Highland. This is a great class for all levels of fitness. Alana Spiece will teach the class, and Keith Sims and crew from the Mercy Med Farm will provide a healthy dinner after each class. Wear your tennis shoes and bring a water bottle and hand towel and get ready to give back to your body. All are welcome to join! Please call the church if you have questions.

View Event →
May
1
6:00 PM18:00

Men's Small Group 2019

We will be going through “Mere Christianity”, by CS Lewis.  A Study Guide will be provided, as well as your book.  Please let me know if you intend to come so that we can purchase the correct number of books. We will meet each first Wednesday of the month, scheduling our reading as we move through the year.

Click here for Study Guide.

Originally, we were going to meet and discuss Worry, Worship and The Word of God in a more detailed way.  Due to the personal nature of those topics, a better plan seems to be that if anyone would like to meet privately, please consider scheduling to meet with me at 5pm on the first Wednesday. I am also able and willing to meet with any of you at any time you reach out to me as well.

View Event →
May
1
9:00 AM09:00

Church Wide Fast

We hold the church-wide fast each Wednesday, during lunch.

  1. Ask our Lord to start cleansing our church, starting with our families.

  2. Ask God to make our lives “Gardens of Eden” - places of unbroken fellowship & intimacy with the Lord.

  3. Ask God to cleanse our community of a spirit of destruction and a spirit of deafness (Matthew 17).

Let's also move in obedience regarding the challenge for us to fast, as a church. When the disciples asked Jesus why they were unable to cast out the demon in Matthew 17, His response to them was

1) "…because of your little faith" and

2) "But this kind does not come out except by prayer and fasting."

Highland Family, the world needs to see the power of God working in and through the church. The world needs to see churches who live by the verse, "not by might, not by power, but by My spirit, says the Lord!". By engaging corporately in a season of prayer and fasting we are asking that the Lord use Highland Community Church as a way to display His power and glory as He fulfills His promise to both cleanse us and rebuild us (Ezekiel 36:33-36). Here are the motivations for our fast:

  1. Fasting gives us a heightened sense of the work and power of the Holy Spirit in our life and in the life of others.

  2. Fasting is our soul crying out, “This I want more than food!”.

  3. Fasting is for those not satisfied with the status quo and who feel truly desperate for God to intervene.

  4. Fasting is our soul longing for the promises of heaven to be made known on earth. “Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven.”

We will not relent in our pursuit of the Lord until we see Him "perform with His hand what He has spoken with His mouth" (2 Chronicles 6:15).

View Event →