Rest. Recognize. Restore.
Highland University Ministry participates in the restoration of God by prioritizing: rest, recognizing God living in one another, and restorative practices. We believe rest is both a blessing and a command from God and it requires intentionality. We believe one of the best ways to know God is to recognize God in others, and let others see the God that lives within us. This means we commit to sharing our lives with each other and remaining open to the ways God is speaking to us, through one another. Finally, we seek out and practice restoration, by living for God’s future in the here and now.
Sunday Morning Class
Our Bible Class is at 10:00AM in the University Classroom (NW Corner on the 2nd Floor) at Highland. Our usual routine is to begin with a few minutes in fellowship before jumping into a lesson. Our current series is Mark.
Discipleship In Groups (DIG)
Being part of a smaller community is part of what it means to belong and be recognized in University Ministry.
Discipleship in Groups is our expression of small groups for college-aged people in Abilene. It looks like a small cohort of people with a couple of Spiritual Mentors (some older adults who committed to investing in you) for an hour or so on Sunday evenings at 5:00pm at Highland’s main building (425 Highland Ave).
Monday Night Fellowship
Every Monday night we gather in various locations (check our Instagram for details) at 8:00 to spend time together. This can look like playing games, watching movies, worship, or just hanging out. We believe we will recognize God in each other and ourselves when we get to know each other through worship, fun, and fellowship.
Fall Retreat is one of our favorite HUM traditions. Check out this video from last year's retreat!
Get Connected at Highland
We value University students as full members of Highland. There are an abundance of ways to get connected to Highland outside of University Ministry.
Realm is Highland's online ministry database. Being in Realm is the best way for you to stay connected to life at Highland.