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We seek to provide a haven where kids can draw closer to God and learn how to model Christ to others. With programming for multiple age groups as well as parents, we hope you will connect with other families who can journey with you in raising a Jesus-loving generation.

Our mission is to shepherd children in personally connecting to God, God’s people, and God’s purposes by teaching and modeling a Christ-centered life that is empowered by the Holy Spirit.

The middle school years are full of excitement and change as students transition from being “kids” to “youth.” It is a time of personal discovery, crisis, increased social and self-awareness, and a journey of discovering how to relate to God and others. Our Middle School Ministry welcomes all students in 6th – 8th grade, their parents/guardians, and their Small Group leaders to walk through this pivotal time together.

Highrock’s High School Ministry comprises rising 9th graders through 12th graders (adolescents about 14 years old through 17 years old). The high school years can be both formative and turbulent. It is our desire that—in the midst of all the challenges and changes—students continue to grow in their personal and communal relationships with God, the church, and one another.

If you are a mom of a teen, toddler, newborn, young adult, special needs child, a child of color, working in the home or out in your field, or parenting on your own, we have a group of moms who would love to hang out with you!

Resources for Parents

  • Milestones

    Created by Pastor Brian, this program walks parents through key spiritual milestones for their children, from cradle to college.

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  • Growing With

    Starting in about fourth grade, a child's capacity to understand faith and wrestle with big questions begins to take off! Highrock's Growing With resources are designed to help parents connect with their tweens, teens, and young adults.

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  • AccessAbility

    The AccessAbility team works with children and adults experiencing disability and their families to remove barriers to participation, and to facilitate inclusion in all aspects of church worship and activities.

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