Our priority is to gather women of all ages, study God’s Word, and grow together in our walks of life. We strongly desire to be a dynamic team of Christian women who serve as a lighthouse of hope to our community and world. We want to be an ever-growing yet intimate community as modeled to us in Acts 2:42-47; a people who are carrying out the great commandment of our Lord which is in essence to… "Love God, Love People."
Beginning May 15th, we will begin a new 6-week series on Mondays at 6:00pm called "What Love Is" - a study of the letters of John. Believers will be challenged to look at the contrasting themes of walking in light vs. dark, truth vs. lies, selfishness vs. community, and loving God vs. loving the world.
The cost of the study is $20.
Dinner is available at a cost of $30 total for six weeks. Childcare is available at no cost.
Note: No meeting on May 29th.
If you would like to be a part of our Highlands Women email list, please contact us at .
Highlands Women support two amazing Valley organizations assisting women in their time of need: House of Hope and With Child. Volunteer opportunities include light cleaning, organizing dontions, and assisting counseling staff.
To get involved, please contact Pat DeMott
Nourish - Cooking Class
June 2 in the Highlands Kitchen
Come learn why providing healthy meals for yourself and your family is biblically based! We'll cook together, learn lifestyle tips for wellness, then share a meal together.
On the alternating weeks of the women's Bible studies, our Moms Group meets every-other-Tuesday morning at 9:30am in the Worship Center. The Moms Group is a group of moms of young children who are seeking to know what the Bible says about themselves, their world, and their families. Visit the Moms Group page to find out more!
B - BIBLICALLY BASED
In strongly believing that "all Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness…" (2 Timothy 3:16), we desire to communicate God’s Word in a clear and practical way.
R - REACHING THE LOST
The clear purpose of Jesus was to "seek and save that which is lost" (Luke 19:10). As a church we desire to follow His example as we attempt to bring the good news of Christ to a lost world.
I - INTIMATE, PARTICIPATORY WORSHIP
We promote the heart-felt expression and participation of believers in worshipping God when we assemble together. We value variety and desire to reach and minister to the masses with our focus primarily toward a current musical style.
D - DEMONSTRATIVE LOVE
In our conviction that love should be expressed and hospitality shown, (1 Peter 4:8-9; Hebrews 13:1-2), we endeavor to encourage our body to exhibit a sincere love for people that is demonstrated both corporately and individually.
E - EQUIPPED FOR SERVICE
Believing that our mandate from God is "for the equipping of the saints for the work of service…" (Ephesians 4:12), we strategically nurture believers toward Biblical life-change and equip them to discover and employ their giftedness (1 Peter 4:10).