Highland Presbyterian News and Activities

Latest Updates:

September 10:  Please remember our shut-in members and other members who need our prayers for healing: Judy Capezio, Maura Fornataro, Fran Heasley, Bill Heasley,  Bernadette Schaffner, Dan Simpson, John Crawford, Nancy Richards,  Bette Meek, Jean Pitzer, Tom Evans, and Lorri Stroia.


Biblical Holy Days at Highland during Worship Service 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

September 17:  1) Feast of Trumpets

September 24:  2) Yom Kippur

October 1:        3) Feast of Tabernacles

October 14:  Saturday 6:00 p.m. Fall Gathering at Don and Alma Thompsons

Sunday School Every Sunday from 9:15 - 9:50 starting September 10, 2023.

Christianna Kinney teaches  a class for Preschool thru 2nd Grade in Nursery Room. 

Danielle Pacchioni and Maggie Stroia teach a class for 3rd - 6th grade.

Bryan Lewis teaches a class for Junior/Senior High School

Pastor Rich teaches the Adult Class

*Short Lessons for Preschoolers will be offered during the Worship Service 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.  in the   Nursery Room.

The Worship Service will begin at 10 a.m.

Basement Classroom Repair 2023

Basement Classroom Repair 2023 August

Church Picnic 2023


Pool Party 2023


Flag Day 2023


SonWest Roundup - VBS 2023

Family Game Night


Installation of Deacons and Elders

We have many events, activities, and ways for you to be informed and connected with us here at Highland Presbyterian Church. Here we present a list of our most frequent ways to be informed and to connect with us.

Each item is also covered in more detail on each linked page. If you have any questions about any event or activity, please use the contact form at the bottom of this page.

Highland Happenings - a collection of news, events, and activities.

Events Calendar

Small Groups - We encourage everyone to be a part of a small group for personal growth and encouragement.

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