New is Good

We have all visited some place new and understand the need to find a semblance of comfort in an unfamiliar place. At Lake Highlands Church, our Frontline Ministry makes every effort to practice extravagant hospitality for our guests.

This looks like members wearing nametags when greeting and making everyone feel welcome before, during and after Sunday Assembly. We are available to answer questions about our Children’s and Youth ministries and explain what happens when the kids go to class or Power Up. We will also answer any question you may have about Lake Highlands Church.

Every church does things differently, and we try to explain in the moment what is happening and why. However, we are not perfect, so if you are confused or unsure what to do next please ask someone next to you or a member of the Frontline Ministry for more information.

There is always someone intentionally located in the lobby to help you before, during and after assembly.

What’s Next

After your first, second or tenth visit, please consider visiting a Lifegroup during the week and/or attending 9:30 a.m. Sunday Discipleship Class. Our Frontline Ministry volunteers can help you find a group/class, or you can call the office during the week and talk with Dennis Coleman (Classes) or Donjalea Chrane (Lifegroups) for more information.

Have Lunch With Us

If you’d like to know more about what it means to be a part of this family you and your family are invited to have lunch with our Senior Pastor and Elder Jim Reynolds after Assembly some Sunday.

We would love to get to know you and to share with you the mission we believe God has given us, and what it means to be a disciple (learner, student, follower) in this local church family.

Please talk with Dennis Coleman to schedule a time to meet.

Consider Us Family

After you make the decision to call Lake Highlands Church home, please make attending one of the Lifegroups a permanent part of your weekly schedule. It is within Lifegroup where real life happens and we have the opportunity to practice reciprocal ministry in the Spirit.

If you feel called to serve anywhere in the church using your skills and God-given talents, please talk with Dennis Coleman or your Lifegroup to find an area of ministry.