Essential to Highland’s understanding of the Christian life is putting action to belief. Our mission statement calls us “to be so changed by God’s transforming love revealed in Jesus Christ that we are an intriguing, inviting, and inclusive community of faith, filled with generous hearts and passion for God’s justice.”
This summons to generosity and passion for justice finds its way in the many needs in our community and around the world. Highland’s members work tirelessly to be agents of peace and reconciliation through serving. On any given day, you could find our folks sharing meals at the Salvation Army, playing games and building community with kids in Louisville’s inner city, teaching English to refugee women, or traveling in the name of love to third-world countries for medical relief or musical leadership.
And so… we invite you to find your place. Listen deeply for your calling. Activate your calling to the work of Love in our world. Come and serve!
We invite you to fill out this short contact form so we can reach out to you for future volunteer opportunities: Volunteer Contact Form.
Current Volunteer Opportunities through Highland
- Join Highlanders and Kentucky Refugee Ministries in teaching English as a Second Language to refugee women in Louisville.
- Sort medical supplies with groups from Highland at Supplies Over Seas.
- Create a home for women and children who are homeless at Choices, Inc.
- Join one of Highland’s Women’s Mission Circle Groups, who meet monthly and engage in a variety of service opportunities throughout the year.
- Be a mentor who works with our Friday Church congregation.
- Grab your hard hat and join folks from Highland in building Habitat Houses with other Baptist churches here in Louisville.
- Travel to Morocco with a group from Highland to work alongside displaced sub-Saharan refugees who arrive in Morocco in great need of life’s basic resources.
- Collaborate with Highlands Community Ministries in the benevolence work they do, meeting the physical, financial, emotional, and spiritual needs of people in the Highlands neighborhood.
- Attend a weekly AA, NA, or Al Anon meeting that gathers at Highland and actively pray for recovery for those in the madness.
- Join those with special needs for dinner each Wednesday night at Highland’s Wednesday night supper.
- Work with the Justice Ministry Group on a variety of microenterprise projects that help to sustain peace-making endeavors in Louisville.