First of all, welcome! We’re glad you came to Highland Presbyterian Church. We are a creative and dynamic ministry providing ever-expanding opportunities for all to experience and share the good news of Jesus Christ!

On Sunday mornings, we have two worship services, a Traditional service in the Sanctuary at 9:30 a.m. and a Contemporary service at 11 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Both services provide an emphasis on prayer and spiritual connection while supporting the different styles of music.

We want you to be comfortable during your worship at Highland. Whether you are in dressy, casual, or business attire – you’ll fit right in with us. Children are encouraged to learn while they play and so use your best judgement with what would keep your little one would be comfortable.

Children’s Sunday School takes place during the 9:30 service in our Sunday school hall. Attenders of the 11 a.m. service are welcome to visit our “Prayground” in the back of the Fellowship Hall or grab a “goodie bag” to take back to your seat.  This allows children to engage in an activity relating to that Sunday’s sermon.

At Highland, we offer full nursery where infants are nurtured and cared for and toddlers to 3 years old have an opportunity to play and explore in a loving and safe environment.  You can enjoy worship knowing your child is safe.

Whatever your needs are for Sunday mornings, Highland is willing to help you accomplish them. Feel free to ask any usher to point you in the right direction, or call the church office 717-569-2651 or email to plan ahead for your morning.


Highland is located on a 24-acre tract at 500 East Roseville Road in Manheim Township, Lancaster, PA. The two major roadways that directly lead to Highland are Route 30 (an east-west corridor) and Route 222 (a north-south corridor).

There are exits from Route 30 from both the east and the west to Oregon Pike, which is also known as Route 272 North. Landmarks near the intersection are the Eden Resort, Sheetz gas station, the Outback Restaurant and the Lancaster Shopping Center. Going north from Route 30 on Route 272, turn right at the first traffic light; proceed east to the first left, onto Roseville Road. Driveway entrance is 1/4 mile north on the left. 500 East Roseville Road.

The church has ample parking areas for more than 300 vehicles.

The Highland campus is also the location of the Samaritan Counseling Center. In 1989, Highland was a founding church of this inter-denominational counseling center and today is one of more than 28 partnership churches that help sustain the Center’s diverse services of personal and family counseling.