Highland Women exists to provide intentional environments where women can walk together as disciples of Jesus. Our desire is to equip women to know God, to grow in Christ together, and to make disciples in our spheres of influence (Eph. 4:11-16, Col. 1:28-29).
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To subscribe to Highland Women's newsletter, contact Emily Kelly.
All women, eighteen years and older, are invited to join Highland Women for The Retreat on March 15 and 16, 2024. This year The Retreat will take place at Lakeview Camp & Retreat Center in Waxahachie. The weekend will include worship, Biblical teaching from three beloved Highland women, two meals on Saturday, fun give-aways, and time to build relationships with other women. We will REST and enjoy the goodness of God and the implications of His goodness for our lives! Learn more and register HERE.
On Thursday, February 22, Highland Women is partnering with Together for Good (https://tfgood.org/) to host a training for those seeking to serve with the mission of Together for Good through providing respite care and crisis hosting, relational support, and wrap-around care so that no family walks alone. Click HERE to register!
Join our Women’s Inductive Study each fall and spring semester, as we seek to know God as He has revealed Himself through the Scriptures. We do this through in-depth, individual Bible study, round table discussion, and large group teaching. Our two study options are Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8pm (childcare available) or Thursday mornings from 9:30-11am (no childcare).
For more information, contact Emily Kelly.
Subscribe and watch our large group teachings HERE.
The mission of The Little Years (TLY) is to serve moms of preschoolers by providing a consistent ministry of spiritual nurturing, fun, fellowship, and service. We meet every other Monday at Highland to equip moms through mentoring and Biblical teaching.
Register for The Little Years HERE.
Each Sunday, women gather in the Wellness Center, Multipurpose room A, from 8-8:30am to pray for one another and for our church. This is an opportunity for women to serve our church and community together through intercessory prayer. For more information on our Women's Prayer Team, contact Emily Kelly.
Soul Care Groups provide an intentional and compassionate environment for people to seek healing from all manner of suffering. Suffering can come as a result of our own sin, the sin of another person, and/ or from the pain of living in a broken world. In Soul Care Groups, women share their struggles with each other and with God, turning to Christ for strength and healing, through His Spirit and by His Word.
Soul Care Groups meet on Wednesdays from 6:30-8pm each fall and spring semester. Each group intentionally covers one topic for the duration of the semester, incorporating a ministry of prayer and presence, and directing one another to the hope of Jesus Christ.
For a full listing of Soul Care groups see the Adults page.
One-on-One Soul Care exists to serve as time-limited, focused care for those walking through difficult seasons to help them remain connected to the heart of Christ and His Church. The goal of this ministry is to  provide space to process trials, sufferings, and sin in the context of God’s unwavering love and grace (Ps 103:8-14),  to encourage participants to consider the Lord’s desire to minister to their feeble, broken hearts (Ps 34:18, 22), and finally  to help participants practice courage in entrusting these circumstances to a body of believers for the sharing of burdens and restoration of life [Jm. 5:16]. One-on-One Soul Care is not professional counseling. If the observation is made that professional counseling or another trained specialty is better suited and equipped to treat a participant’s current circumstances, the appropriate referrals will be made.
For more information and to connect with a lay leader for one-on-one soul care, fill out a request form HERE.
Adult Discipleship Assistant