We believe that giving is an opportunity from the Lord. When you give financially to Highland, you are giving to support local and foreign missions, church ministries, missionaries around the world, and much more. Be a part of God's work today! 

Ways to give

Online giving allows you to prayerfully choose an amount and frequency of your giving, and then it is set, preventing forgetfulness or unforeseen events from hindering your giving.


Give from any text-enabled device, anytime and anywhere, simply by sending a text message.

  1. Enter a whole dollar amount (10=$10.00, 500=$500.00) into the message box.
  2. Send the text to (254) 220-4845.
  3. First time only, you will be sent a link. Click on the link and enter your information to complete your one-time enrollment.
  4. From then on, text any amount to the above number and give!
To give to a specific fund, you can add a keyword before the amount (i.e., to give $25 to Missions text Missions 25). All texting without a keyword will be given to the General Fund. Funds that you can give to include the Missions (keyword: Missions) and Wellness Center (keyword: Wellness). As we prepare to celebrate the Highland Centennial on May 7, we're looking to businesses, organizations, and families to help sponsor the Centennial. If you are interested in being a Centennial Sponsor you can use the keyword Centsponsor. Since God has been generous to us, we want to be generous to others. Highland has set the goal of $150,000 to be raised to help three new churches in Texas get started! To give towards the Centennial Church Plant you can use the keyword Centchurch.

Give to the Lord through our 6 giving kiosks located in the Lobby.

1. Simply choose to give to the General Budget, Missions or Wellness Center.

2. Swipe your card to give. It's that easy!

Before or after each Sunday Gathering you can place your check or cash into one of our drop-boxes located at each door.

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