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Prayer Request

April 12:  Lonnie Davis request prayers for Tara Carte, a 36 yr old woman life-flighted to Pittsburgh this morning with liver failure.  Tara is the step-granddaughter of Lonnie's husband, Dale.
April 7:  Judi Naugle requests prayer for Sally Latsko, who suffered a second stroke last week. 
               Bill Stroia requests prayer for his son, Adam.
               Let us place their names, in prayer, into the hands of God.
The Worship service will begin at 10:00 a.m.
Masks & Sanitizer: Bring your own mask, or a mask will be provided at the door.  Sanitizers will be available for anyone who wants one.
Social Distancing: We've got a big building, spread out and use it!  Feel free to venture to the balcony and have fun sitting in those far off seats that are never used.  We can make this fun, and easily worship without being in spitting distance of another soul!
Restrooms: Use of restrooms will be limited to one person at a time.  
Bibles and Hymnals have been removed from pews, and we will not be passing out a  Bulletin.  We want to avoid touching things.
The Offering will not be collected during the worship service.  After the service, your offering can be deposited at the door, monitored by a member of the Safety Team.
Communion:   Will be served in individual cups with the bread and wine in one.  We are taking precaution because of Covid.   
Those not able to come: We understand that many in our congregation are not yet ready (or physically able) to come to Church.  I will continue to put my sermons on Facebook live streaming and our website. 

God in Your mercy, please hear our prayers.

Donate Your Gently Worn – Used – and New Shoes

Highland Presbyterian Church

April 1 thru April 30, 2021


Help us raise funds for our roof by donating your gently worn, used, and new shoes.


Contact:  Lonnie Davis Buxton

724 614-6400


Easter Flowers 2021

In Honor Of—
The Stroia Family –by Bo Stroia Amabile
Sister, Alberta Tritt –by Rosemary Markowitz
Our Children, Carol, Bernie, Laurel, and Josh –by Greg and Martha Michalek
Parents, Peggy & John Gibbons and Betty & Keith Moser –by Erin, Steve, Sydney, and Kaelyn Moser
Our Grandchildren –by Dennis and Marilyn Nebel
Our Parents –by Jason and Danielle Stroia

In Memory Of--
Jimmie Abraham -- by Leona Abraham
Bill and Juanita Stroia – by Bo Stroia Amabile
Margaret Spencer – by Ambrosini Family
Kay, Bob, Ed, and Bill Brinton – by Ambrosini Family
Alton and Mary Wise, Andreas and Maria Both, and Vince Angiolelli -- by Andy and Judy Both
Sherry Bartlett – by Bill Coates
Mother, Miriam Seybolt – by Marilyn Cook
Parents – Ralph and Hazel Copper and Bill and Leona Vasconi – by Ernie and Mary Beth Copper
Cameron Houk and Velvet Audino – by The Dando Family
Parents -- Ann (Dolly) Cambro and Joseph R. Cambro –by Stephanie Holt
Tom and Sandra Hudak, Bill Both, and Baby Elena Hudak –by Mark Hudak Family
Karen Toth –by Sue Keely
Parents –by Dave and Carol Kennaday
Great Grandpa – Howard A. Kinney –by Maranatha Kinney
Grandparents – James and Barbara Ransom and William and Freita Zeo --by Christianna Kinney
Father – Timothy Howard Kinney –by Richard Kinney
Wife, Janet Markowitz –by Larry Markowitz
Husband, Ron Meek –by Bette Meek
Loved Ones – by The Naugle Family
Our Parents – by Dennis and Marilyn Nebel
Our Grandparents – by Jason and Danielle Pacchioni
Our Parents and Cory Fennell –by Alice Sacherich
My dear friend, Barb Sodersten –by Benadette Schaffner
Husband, Timothy Roe and our parents –by Rosemary Roe
Emily and Frank Simpson –by Dan and Marie Simpson
Great Grandma, Helen “Kay” Williams –by Lillian and Amelia Spiker
Parents, Bob and Agnes Wilson and Bill and Juanita Stroia –by Bill and Maggie Stroia
Parents, Son, and Brothers –by Don and Alma Thompson
Parents, Lloyd and Marie Thompson –by Barbara Thompson Wilkins
Velvet Audino –by Highland Deacons

Logo for Lawrence County Habitat for HumanityOn December 29, 2020, Lawrence County Habitat for Humanity dedicated its third house of the year as New Castle Mayor, Chris Frye, presented Tom Kelly, a member of our church, with his keys.

For more details and photos, visit our Habitat For Humanity page.

May 31st was our first day back to our Sunday Worship Service since March 15th. It was definitely a different experience with the masks on but, it felt so great to be back.

Praise the Lord! God is good!

We are all praying things will continue to improve and we will be able to continue to worship Sunday mornings in our sanctuary.

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