Go therefore and make disciples of all nations
At Highland, our family in the church and in our community are of the utmost importance to us! We have a 40-year-old Food Pantry program as well as a weekly group for our local "neighborhood" kids to come to for dinner, worship, and recreation time. We sponsor families for gifts during Christmas, Presbyterian Disaster Assistance groups, hand out meals at Thanksgiving, and make weekly meals for the homeless community with Operation Engage. Highland donated a parcel of land to Friendship House, and we are currently working alongside them in their mission to provide a faith-based community for young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families to provide intentional, transitional living as well as developing a community garden centered around Friendship House. Our members also work with several other portions of the community in Highland's name such as Interfaith Hospitality.
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Started in 2001, The Presbyterian Coffee Project offers a special link between congregations and communities around the world. Churches can now reach out to neighbors overseas, not only with the prayers and offerings we give, but with the goods and products we purchase. A warm cup of coffee in our hands is perhaps the most tangible daily connection we have with farmers around the world. It represents warmth, hospitality, fellowship, hard work and life's pleasures, both fine and simple.