If you have questions about salvation, or you've just made the decision to trust in Christ, our staff is here to help.
At Highland Park, Sunday School Groups are our primary strategy for connecting people to Jesus, His Truth, and other people who encourage each other in their faith. In Sunday School, we grow in: community and fellowship with each other, understanding the Scriptures, and living out Christ’s mission to reach our community and world together.
Let’s get you connected! Our staff is excited to help you find a group.
Baptism is one of the most important steps a believer can take.
Jesus first showed us how important baptism is when He identified with us and set an example for us in His own baptism (Matthew 3:13-17). Baptism is also about our obedience. In Matthew 28:18-20, Jesus told His followers that they were to make disciples and then the next instruction is that these disciples are to be baptized. First, there is personal faith in Christ, then a step of obedience in baptism. Baptism does not save. Baptism is a picture that sends a beautiful message and illustrates what God has already done in the believers life. It's your way of going public with Jesus. Baptism says, “I’m a new person in Jesus, and I belong to Him now”(Romans 6:3-4).
Want to take a Next Step in Baptism or have questions? Our staff is glad to help.
1 Corinthians 12:12 shows believers that we are more than just individual worshipers who gather together on Sundays by teaching us, “[all the members of the body are united in Christ]” (1 Cor 12:12). As such, we believe the local church is a group of believers who have publicly united and committed themselves to each other in faith, purpose, and mission to glorify God, encourage each other’s growth in Christ, and take the gospel to our community by using our various gifts, experiences, and abilities.
Membership is important. #1, it’s Biblical. Whether its the early church’s records, the letters written to specific congregations in specific settings, or letters of recommendation as the believers moved from place to place, etc, the overwhelming testimony of the Scriptures is that God designed believers to be publicly united to each other in fellowship. #2, It makes a public commitment to the other believers of our church. Its your way of saying, “I’m all in. I want you to know I’m committed to you all. Let’s serve Jesus together.”
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