Joe Phelps Participates in Panel Discussion about Race in Louisville

On Friday, August 12, our pastor, Joe Phelps, participated in a panel discussion about “Race in Louisville.” WLKY, in partnership with the Louisville Urban League, guided this 60-minute, commercial-free broadcast. Other panelists were the president of the Urban League, Sadiqa … Continue reading

Empower West Community Dialogue

Community Dialogue on Race, Slavery, and A Way Forward featuring Edward Baptist, author of The Half Has Never Been Told Monday, February 29, 7:00 p.m. at Highland Baptist Church Secure reservations here All citizens of Louisville are asked to read … Continue reading

A Reflection from Good Friday’s Way of the Cross by Laura Garrett

VERONICA WIPES THE FACE OF JESUS: Let us respond to suffering with kindness, by Laura Garrett Veronica made no plans to comfort Jesus. She didn’t do fundraising projects, or sit through committee meetings to prepare for the big event. No: … Continue reading

Glimpses from Saturday’s Christmas Store at Highland by Kim Waters

Fellowship Hall is set up with about a dozen round tables in a u-shape, and two long tables running down the center. Each table is covered with a red or green Christmas tablecloth, and is piled with an impressive display … Continue reading

Highland Creates Tangible Way to Engage and Serve through Do.Love.Walk. Missions & Justice Weekend

In an effort to be intentional about our commitment to missions and justice in our church’s life together, Highland is offering our first-ever missions and justice weekend, September 26-28. Called Do.Love.Walk. in connection with the Micah 6:8 commandment to “do … Continue reading

Shelby Park Ministry Begins Anew for the Year

Highland’s weekly ministry in our nearby Shelby Park neighborhood begins on Tuesday, September 2, fresh with new approaches to ministry and full of excitement for this work of Love in our own backyard. While you may have heard about our work … Continue reading