Highland Presbyterian News and Activities

Latest Updates:

June 23 - Danielle requests our prayers for Jason's Aunt Elvira.  She had a massive stroke and is not doing well.  Please also pray for Jason's elderly grandparents, who are also not in a good condition.
 
A second prayer request comes from a man who lives right next to our church.  His son is in jail in Florida, and our neighbor is worried to the point of heartbreak for him.  He requests our prayers for the best possible outcome for his son.
 
Another prayer request just came in.  Lonnie Davis requests our prayers for Herb Davis, who is very sick with COVID-19.  Herb is Lonnie's ex-Father-in-law, a very godly man.  Herb lives in Eastern PA, and is 89 years old.  His temperature yesterday was very high. 
 
(If you know of someone  who would like to be on the Prayer Chain to receive Prayer requests, please let Pastor Rich  know.  We need as many people praying as we can, but I don't want to burden people with what are often sad and difficult requests.)
 
May the Lord also strengthen your spirit and fill you with hope as you lift up these requests in prayer.  When you pray, God's Spirit prays with you, so be encouraged!
 
In Christ's love,
Pastor Rich

Worship Services Resuming -

Sunday, May 31, was our first Sunday back in Church.  Many changes and precautions were in place. 

 
The Worship service will begin at 10:00 a.m. Summer hours. 
 
Masks & Sanitizer: Bring your own mask, or a mask will be provided at the door.  A member of the Security Team will provide 1 sanitizing towelette per person. 
 
Social Distancing: We've got a big building, spread out and use it!  On the lower level, signs will be placed so that people will sit in every fourth pew.  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: We will not be doing communion at this time.
 
Dismissal: We will be dismissing by pews, and will not be socializing or fellowshiping after the  service.   
 
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 YouTube.  (I will probably put a delay on the release, so the sermon can't be viewed until 10 a.m.)  The Session is in the planning stages of video recording and live streaming the worship service.

God in Your mercy, please hear our prayers.

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.

Congratulations Preston Turk on your Graduation from Neshannock High School!

May the Lord bless you and guide your path in your future. We are so proud of you!

1-2-1 Mentoring Program Spring Planting

Every year on Pentecost Sunday the members of the church are asked to bring one or more red geraniums so that the children in the 1-2-1 program and their mentors can plant the flowers to beautify our church.

Unfortunately, this year due to Covid-19,  only the mentors planted the flowers.

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