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Sunday Worship Services

Traditional Worship
Sanctuary
8:30 & 11:00 AM

Connection Contemporary Worship
Bradley Hall
8:45 AM

Sunday School (for all ages)
9:45 AM

Sunday Mornings

(And whenever a Special Service is Streaming)

Connection Service begins at 8:45 AM

Traditional Service begins at 11:00 AM

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Highland United Methodist Church gathers for three worship services each Sunday morning. Our pastors offer biblically-based sermons to proclaim the good news of God’s grace through Jesus Christ. We celebrate the sacrament of Holy Communion the first Sunday of each month at all three services.

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Traditional Worship

8:30 & 11:00 AM in the Sanctuary
Our traditional worship services celebrate the best of our Wesleyan heritage with praise, music, prayer, and proclamation. The organ joins voices singing the hymns of our faith as various choirs and ensembles provide musical leadership. A warm and welcoming congregation greets one another, shares their joys and concerns, and seeks God’s will for their lives and for our church. All are invited to join this family of faith as it offers its praise and worship to the Lord.

Click here if you would like to learn more about Highland's wonderful Casavant organ.

Connection Contemporary Worship

8:45 AM in Bradley Hall
The Connection offers a comfortable and casual, energetic opportunity for praise and worship. Led by our pastors and the Connection Praise Team, the Highland family comes together to sing contemporary Christian music, to pray together, and to hear God’s Word for us today. Lyrics, scriptures, and multimedia are projected on a large screen for all to follow along. Coffee and snacks are available before, during, and after the service. Restless children are welcome to roam the back of the hall. Whether new to the Christian journey or a more seasoned disciple, all are welcome to come connect with God and each other in this time of worship.

Connection (525 x 317)

Sunday Morning Nursery Care

nursery crib (sm)Nursery care is available for children during all Sunday worship services and during Sunday School.  Paid staff and volunteers provide care for infants and toddlers in rooms 106 & 108.  Volunteers keep preschool-aged children in room 107 during worship services.  Click here for more information about Highland's Nursery Care.

Seasonal Worship Services

Highland celebrates in worship with special services throughout the year, often marking the holy days and seasons of the Christian calendar. In preparation for the Easter celebration, we begin the season of Lent with an Ash Wednesday service and then we gather on Tuesdays through Lent for a brief time of worship and a light lunch. Holy Week includes services for Palm/Passion Sunday, Maundy Thursday worship, and Easter Sunday services, including a sunrise service on Highland’s front lawn. The Advent season is rich with music and programs, three Christmas Eve services, and a Moravian Lovefeast. Come and join us for all of these wonderful opportunities for worship and celebration!

Sacraments

In keeping with our Methodist heritage, we celebrate two sacraments at Highland:

Baptism is the outward and visible sign of an inward grace, God’s work in our lives. Baptism marks our entrance into the community of faith and, therefore, is celebrated in the community during Sunday morning worship. Those seeking infant or adult baptism or with questions about this entry into the faith are invited to contact our pastors by e-mail or by calling the church office.

Holy Communion is the sacrament that sustains us and nourishes us for the Christian journey. Gathered around the table, we remember Christ’s sacrifice for us, celebrate God’s love and forgiveness, receive anew God’s gifts of grace, and are reminded of God’s presence in our midst. We celebrate an “open table,” meaning that you do not have to be United Methodist or a member of Highland UMC to join us in Holy Communion; all who seek Christ and seek to live in peace with others are welcome. Following our Methodist heritage, we use bread and grape juice to celebrate the sacrament.

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