Let us take this opportunity to congratulate you on your engagement, pending wedding ceremony, and the incredibly enriching and ongoing process of “Becoming Married.” We are pleased to be a part of the newness continually created and offered by God. Don’t hesitate to call or emaRaderer Weddingil us with any questions about scheduling procedures, available staff and space, or anything we have to offer that will make your ceremony proceed as smoothly as possible. Please check out our Wedding Guide at the bottom of this page for more information.  The wedding ceremony in a church is a service of worship. The people who gather do so to worship God and, in the process, to give witness to marriage. Christian marriage finds its unique meaning in the fact that it is patterned after the covenant relationship, which God has established with the church. God has promised to love the church in joy and in sorrow, in plenty and in want, in sickness and in health.   In Christian marriage you will promise before God to do the same for one another. Marriage ceremonies may be held during the regular Sunday worship service or at a special service at another time. Regardless of when you decide to schedule it, we ask that, as you plan, you think of this time as a worship service directed toward God.   Learn more about a wedding at Highland Presbyterian Church by downloading the Current Wedding Guide.


Sunday Worship

Third Sunday of Advent

Dec. 16, 2018

Sunday School For All Ages: 9:30 a.m.
Two Worship Services: 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.
Preaching: Rev. Cynthia M. Campbell
Scriptures: Zephaniah 3:14-20, Isaiah 12:2-6, and Luke 3:7-18
Music: Ensemble and Chancel Choir

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