Checking out a new church isn't always easy. We want you know what to expect. Highland is a casual, friendly church. Feel free to come just as you are.
We provide child care, kids classes and adult services.
Our building and facilities are handicap friendly.
Planning your Time
Sunday morning is the best time to check out Highland Church.
Our service is Sunday morning at 10:00 am. We wrap up around 11:15.
During the school year, we have Sunday School classes for all ages from 9:00 - 9:40 am.
We are located at 700 Hoover Avenue in Plover, WI 715•341•4640
During the Service
•Find a comfortable place to sit. You can sit anywhere you would like, as there is no reserved seating.
•Check out the bulletin for more info about what is going on at Highland.
•Fill out a Connection Card and drop it in the offering at the end of service.
•We will sing about 3 or 4 songs of worship to God.
•After a time of prayer, we will let you know about upcoming events and dismiss our kids.
•A message from the Bible will be shared.
•An offering will be given. As our guest, please do not feel the need to give.
•We usually conclude our time together with a song of praise.
What do we offer for Kids?
There is something for every age at Highland.
When you enter the main doors, there is a check-in station just to your right. Someone will welcome you and your kids and get them ready for church using our secure check in system.
Children younger than kindergarten age will go immediately to their classrooms for a Bible lesson and care.
Kids grades K-6 will join the adults for the song portion of our service. When it is announced, kids can meet our awesome Highland Kids team in the foyer. They will head to our KidsRock room to enjoy games and an age-appropriate Bible message. (At any time, you are welcome to join your kids to see how this ministry is presented.)
At the end of service, you will be able to pick up your children with the personalized sticker you were given at check in.
In Room 6, we offer a live feed of the service, available for nursing mothers, who are always welcome to use this space.