Adult Faith Communities
Highland believes we are created with an innate drive to live in community with each other, and that through our relationships with each other, our relationship with God is strengthened. What we’re trying to do at Highland is create the kind of community that allows people to invest in each other, helping one another into a closer relationship with Christ.
We believe small groups are a vital part of building community within a church. God calls us to be in relationship with each other. It’s easy to get lost in the shuffle of a large church, and small groups give us the chance to build relationships on a more personal and intimate level. In small groups we can enter into intentional Christ-centered relationships with each other. We strive to directly address the mission of the church by allowing the Holy Spirit to create an environment of: belonging & safety, service & sacrifice, challenge & accountability.
To join a small group go to: highlandchurch.org/joinasmallgroup/
For leaders of small groups: highlandchurch.org/smallgroupleaders/
Bible Classes are a great way to continue to grow in the Word and in community. Bible classes meet each Sunday at 9:45.
There are a number of Bible studies that meet during the week.
Ladies Class – Tuesday mornings at 9:30 am during the school year.
Jesus, The One and Only, a Beth Moore Study – Monday nights at 7 pm beginning Sept. 10 – Nov. 19
Highland MOPS has been serving Abilene and the surrounding area since 1998. Whether you are expecting your first child or your youngest is in Kindergarten, MOPS is for you. We meet at Highland Church of Christ at 425 Highland Avenue in Abilene.
The cost is $5 per meeting and there is an annual $23.95 fee that goes directly to MOPS International. You’ll receive a subscription to MomSense magazine along with other benefits that change yearly.
Your first meeting is free and and we have scholarships available! Childcare is available.
Go to abilenemops.com for more information.