Highlands Family Christmas November 30

Join us from 5:00-7:00 p.m. Sunday, November 30 as we begin the Christmas season together! The evening offers a variety of activities including a bonfire and hayride behind the church. A chili cook-off and hot dog supper will be held with homemade Christmas cookies for dessert. After supper, the children will share Christmas music with us and we will enjoy a devotion for Advent. Come home for Christmas to Highlands!



Women’s Christmas Event December 7

Join us Sunday, December 7 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. as we continue with our theme, Unwrapping Grace through Prayer. Our speaker will open to us “The Prayers of Christmas.”  The Mustard Seed Bells of Faith Handbell Choir will perform. Bring a gift card of your choice from Malco Theaters, Dairy Queen, Michaels, Chick-fil-a or Barnes & Noble to donate for them to use on their “Fun Friday” outings.  Bring an appetizer or dessert to share with everyone.


Christmas Caroling at The Waterford

Please join us at The Waterford Tuesday, December 9 at 5:30 p.m. to share Christmas carols and cheer with the residents! We will provide song sheets and everyone is welcome, no matter your singing ability! The children will also share their Christmas play. For more information, please contact Laurie Nordan. Click here for directions.


Midweek@Highlands Continues This Wednesday!

Join us this Wednesday as we continue Midweek@Highlands. The dinner line is open from 5:00 until 6:30 and children are dismissed to their classes at 6:00. All activities conclude by 7:30 p.m.

This session’s topics include:

Prepared to Give an Answer: What the Bible says about Religion, Science, Suffering, Gender, Heaven and Hell, and Itself – taught by Brad Mercer

The Doctrine of God: He’s even greater than you thought! taught by Joseph Wheat

Faith and Life in Interesting Times: The Story of the Book of Daniel – taught by Lee Hutchings


Highlands Elects Church Officers

We are pleased to announce that at the Congregational Meeting on September 21 the congregation elected four new Deacons and two new Elders. These men will be ordained and installed in the near future. Those elected to the office of Ruling Elder are Trey Toler and Max Yates. Those elected to the office of Deacon are Randy Assink, Matthew Bailey, Bill Sigler and Chandler Strain. They will join the following men who currently serve as officers at Highlands: