August is Global Missions Month

The Global Partnerships Mission Team welcomes you to our special emphasis on global mission work for the month of August. We partner with the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship (CBF) to highlight the work of field personnel around the globe, collect a … Continue reading

Mission Opportunities During the Pandemic

As these days of social distancing amidst the pandemic persist, we seek ways to be present and accountable to the organizations that we serve beyond the walls of Highland Baptist. The Mission and Justice Ministry Group, along with several mission … Continue reading

Ways to Support Others Locally

The following are some ways that you can help others in our community during the COVID-19 pandemic: * Highlands Community Ministries has a growing need for personal hygiene items: bar soap, shampoo, toilet paper, toothpaste and toothbrushes, deodorant, and laundry … Continue reading

An Interim Word from Fred Bogert

It has been my privilege (and challenge) to serve two churches who are both between pastors. They have both felt to me like sailing vessels at sea, kept on course by crews waiting for skippers. Neither has been adrift, thank … Continue reading

Reflection on Trip to Morocco by Joey Eubank

Greetings from the Protestant churches in Morocco to the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Kentucky Baptists! I traveled to Morocco with 13 other Cooperative Baptist Fellowship (CBF) of Kentucky Baptists from Owensboro, Georgetown, and Danville. The first Sunday, our whole group … Continue reading

CBF Morocco Dinner This Sunday, August 19, 6:00 p.m.

Highland will host a special Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Kentucky event this Sunday, August 19, at 6:00 p.m., in Fellowship Hall, to welcome supporters of our joint ministry in Morocco. Guest speaker will be Rev. Karen Thomas Smith who serves as … Continue reading

Do. Love. Walk.—Mission and Justice with Highland June 3

The Mission and Justice Ministry Group enthusiastically invites you to this wonderful event on Sunday, June 3, right here at church. Throughout the morning in the Commons, you will discover a variety of opportunities for ministry beyond the walls of … Continue reading

Compassionate Neighbors Testimony

Kentucky Refugee Ministries (KRM) has been making Kentucky home for refugees since 1990. In our 27-year history, the agency has resettled over 15,000 refugees with over 45 different ethnic and national backgrounds including Somalia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Syria, … Continue reading