In response to the concerns over large group meetings, the Session at Highland has decided to CLOSE HIGHLAND UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. (Except by appointment). Please scroll down on this homepage to access our virtual services and find out more information about our virtual events and upcoming workshops.

We will continue to update and engage with you through e-mail, our website, and social media. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation during these difficult times.


An abbreviated virtual service has been recorded and is available here:

Weekly Devotional

Outdoor Service at Highland

When: Sunday, July 5, 2020, at 9:30 am. Rain date 7/12/20.

Where: In the administrative parking area of the church and surrounding grounds. Park near the Samaritan Center and walk towards the administrative entrance.

Details: This service is NOT a replacement for our weekly online worship, which will continue in its current format. Those who do not feel safe or have conditions which put them at higher risk should feel no obligation to attend.

This will be a shorter service (~40 minutes), with prayers, music, and a brief message for the July 4th weekend. It will be lead by Rev. Dr. Noe Juarez

Participants will need to bring their own chairs or seating. There is insufficient grass to allow blankets

Come prepared for sun and heat-casual dress, hats, sunscreen, even umbrellas. The site has been chosen to provide some morning shade, but there is no place outside the church that can accommodate everyone and keep them all shaded.

Ushers will be available to help maintain social distancing, assist older individual with their chairs, etc.

A collection box will be provided as you leave.

Guidelines: All family groups will need to maintain a minimum 6 foot distance from other groups or individuals

Masks are strongly encouraged

Church will not provide seating

Bathrooms will not be available except in an emergency            

Please no congregational singing


This document is a guideline for safe, phased re-opening of the Highland Presbyterian Church building for staff and church members in consideration of, and compliance with, local, state and Donegal Presbyterian policies.  These guidelines may be revised with new information and recommendation from officials and governmental bodies. 

Highland Resource Bulletin

Click the “Download” link below for a list of resources available to you!

*July 5 – July 11*