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Wednesday Nights At Highlands

All Wednesday Night offerings begin September 13


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Adult Bible Study

The Story Luke Tells

4:45-5:45 p.m. | Griffin-Williams Room

Led by Reggie Holder

A study of the Gospel of Luke highlighting key themes, including God's great reversals, shared meals, new insights into gender issues, and the passionate underscoring of both the saving work of Christ and the in-dwelling of the Holy Spirit, including how Luke invites us to continue his gospel witness today.

Children's Choir

4:45-5:45 p.m. | Room 208

Led by Mary Elizabeth Neal

Make a joyful noise in Children’s Choir!  We sing, dance, play instruments, prepare songs to be offered during worship, and grow together. Children’s Choir is open to all elementary school-aged children and meets each Wednesday during the school year. Carpool/transportation is available for families with working parents! Contact Mary Elizabeth to arrange transportation.


Fellowship Dinner

5:45 p.m. | Fellowship Hall

Adults $10 | Children $5 | Dine in or Take Out

RSVP to PJ Ellis at PJBE324@gmail.com by Monday each week.  All are welcome to join us for dinner!


13th In-Depth Discussion

6:30-7:30 p.m. | Griffin-Williams Room

Led by Don Delashaw, Malcolm Carmichael, and Jody Stewart

Short viewings and in-depth discussions of the documentary 13th, exploring the history of racial inequality in the United States, focusing on the fact that the nation's prisons are disproportionately filled with African-Americans.  The full film may be viewed on Netflix.

Childcare is available for Wednesday night program and adult choir rehearsal by reservation only. Please email Kristin Harper to request childcare at least one week in advance.

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Adult Choir Rehearsal

6:30-8:00 p.m. | Room 200

Rick Phillips, Choirmaster and Organist

The adult choir at Highlands offers praises to God through leadership in music and liturgy each week in worship.  Membership in the Choir is open to all, following a simple audition with Rick Phillips.  Reading music is a plus, but not a requirement.

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