We invite you to join God’s work of restoration in Myanmar by responding to a request from Soren and Lisa Samuelson, our ministry partners who lead Eden Ministries. The recent military coup has put great strain on the people of Myanmar, resulting in loss of jobs and increased food insecurity.
Please prayerfully consider making a financial contribution to help feed the many hungry people who do not know how they are going to survive.
Until the end of February, you can give online or by check by designating “Eden” on the memo line. In addition to the donations received, Highland will give $5,000 from budgeted funds.
Together, in our homes and at Highland, we are adjusting to a new normal.
1. An in-person blended worship service will be held at Highland's auditorium and will be streamed at 10:00am, as well as available on demand throughout the week (digital bulletin). An outdoor service expression, Highland at the Park, will be held at 3:00pm (weather permitting) at Festival Gardens at Nelson Park.
2. Each week we are creating online Bible classes for children, students, and adults, along with some digital resources.
3. We would like to communicate with you during the week via email. If you’re not currently receiving emails from Highland, sign up now!
5. During this challenging time, we believe it is important to continue to serve together while using courage and wisdom.
“Though outwardly we are wasting away, yet inwardly we are being renewed day by day.” - 2nd Corinthians 4:16
A Gradient of Lent resource prompts are designed to give you small prompts each day to be mindful of how we are all preparing for the hope of God found in Christ’s death, burial, and resurrection.
These prompts provide a tangible way to engage with Lent, as well as potential questions to share your answers with your connection.
Printed versions of A Gradient of Lent are available for pick-up at the Highland office during normal office hours, as well as Sunday mornings.