We hold an in-person worship service on Sunday Mornings at 11am in the Sanctuary at The Church @ Highland Park.
Please note: Now that Travis County’s Covid-19 risk level is LOW, we are not requesting fully vaccinated attendees wear a mask, though we do ask you to conduct a health check before coming to church. If you are not fully vaccinated, please wear a mask. If you are not comfortable masking or are experiencing any symptoms of sickness, we invite you to attend virtually on our live-stream via our Facebook Page or YouTube Channel.
About our Worship Services
The Church at Highland Park finds that a liturgical style of worship is a meaningful way to be in the presence of God, and we follow the Christian church calendar including Advent and Lent. Additionally, worship scripture readings and sermons are based on the Lectionary. We utilize a wide variety of musical styles in worship and samples of worship music can be found below, along with selected sermons.
Other Worship Services
Worship of our God on December 26. The sermon by Rev. Masyn Evans-Clements entitled “Wrapping Up”.
Worship of our God on Christmas Eve. We enjoyed candlelit carol-singing and a short homily. Special Music by Chris Vineis and Brenda Nelson.
Sermon “What’s Love Got To Do With It” by Rev. Cheryl Kimble and “All You Need Is Love” Rev. Masyn Evans-Clements.
Sermon “A Weary World Rejoices” by Rev. Masyn Evans-Clements and Rev. Cheryl Kimble.
Watch as our Minister for Youth and Outreach is ordained to the Gospel Ministry.
This morning Rev. Cheryl Kimble and Masyn Evans-Clements preach “Prepare for Peace”. Our scripture this morning is Malachi 3:1-4 and Luke 3:1-6. Our Liturgist is Abby Byrd.
Worship Planning and Participation
Our Worship Planning team is responsible for planning each and every Worship Service at Highland Park. If you’d like to be a part of that team or learn how you can be a part of the Worship Service, click below.