Worship is a way of life for us at Highland Hills, so when we come together as a community
it's simply a continued expression of a lifestyle of worship throughout the week.
We know it all begins with God, so we design every worship experience to be a memorable encounter with Him,
sparking life-change that is ongoing. We embrace Biblical teaching, the leading of the Holy Spirit, and cultural relevance.
God is the Creator of all things. When we use music and the creative arts as giftings within us
to express gratitude back to Him, we're honoring one of His intrinsic qualities.
Now that the CDC has relaxed the restrictions for meeting and the wearing of masks we feel that we are now once again at a time of stability in which we can safely gather together for corporate worship. We have embraced the optional policy for the wearing of masks at this time as the CDC has indicated that persons who have been fully vaccinated no longer need to wear masks. However, we understand that some are still reluctant to venture out and worship in public gatherings. We embrace your decision to stay home and be safe especially if you fit into the category of the elderly, health-impaired, immune-compromised or other issues that would put you at risk. For those who can't worship with us in person we do broadcast our worship service on Facebook Live on Sunday morning at 10:30 AM during the time of our regular service. If you do not have Facebook you can always listen to our pastor's message here on the website on Monday when it has been uploaded to our Media page or you can also view the entire service here on the website on our Video Library page on Monday after the video has been uploaded. Either way we are pleased to have you to be a part of our Highland Hills family!