Youth Groups

Three youth groups meet on Sundays. Together, they share in fun, fellowship, service, and conversation. Youth group meet on Sundays from 5:00 pm to 7:40 pm. Each youth group has it’s own schedule:


Senior High (Grades 10 – 12)

5:00 p.m. Omega Choir Rehearsal-Choir Room
6:00 p.m. Senior High Dinner-HPC Dining Room
6:30 p.m. Senior High Hang Out-YMMC
6:40 p.m. Senior High Youth Group-YMMC



Junior High (Grades 8 & 9)

5:00 p.m. Junior High Youth Group-YMMC
5:50 p.m. Junior High Dinner-HPC Dining Room
6:15  p.m. Junior High Recreation-Fellowship Hall
6:40 p.m. Alpha Choir Rehearsal-Choir Room



Middle School (Grades 6 & 7)

5:00 p.m. Middle School Recreation-Fellowship Hall
5:30 p.m. Middle School Youth Dinner-HPC Dining Room
5:50 p.m. Middle School Youth Group-YMMC
6:40 p.m. Alpha Choir Rehearsal-Choir Room




Youth Groups gather in the Youth Ministry and Mission Center in the Pleune-Mobley Building. Choirs sing in the Choir Room (Church Building). Recreation by the Highland Avenue entrance to the Pleune-Mobley Building.


Youth Choir is an exciting part of Youth Ministry.


Overnight Events
Each youth group has two overnight events (lock-in) each year. One in the Fall and one in Winter/Spring.


Worship is an integral part of youth programming at Highland. We do everything from planning entire worship services to simply leading parts of worship regularly. Please check the youth newsletter for more information about upcoming opportunities to lead in worship.


Summer Trips

Each grade level is invited to participate in two trips each Summer. One is a conference experience and one is a mission opportunity. Summer Trips are a highlight of participating in Youth Groups at Highland Presbyterian Church.


For more information or to connect with these great communities, contact Rev. Doodle Harris at or at 502-451-2910 x240.

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