Highland is a very active church in supporting the missions of God’s work throughout the world. Throughout the year teams of men and women respond to emergency cleanup, rebuilding requests, and a returning to damaged neighborhoods to continue rehabilitation.

Every July upwards to 100 Highland men, women, youth and children transform lives in Mars Hill, North Carolina while adults and teens alike travel to international work sites in Central and South America. Just last year, our mission team had a successful journey to El Salvador and enhancing our partnership with the Reformed Calvinist Church of El Salvador. There they worked side-by-side with the church and community in El Limon to help the people build rooms in the church dedicated to small business development. The team saw first hand the work of Highland-supported missionary, Kristi van Nostram who is a facilitator for the Joining Hands program in El Salvador, an initiative of the Presbyterian Hunger Program.


Mars Hill Mission Trip
July 16-22
Mars Hill, North Carolina

Join us for this unique opportunity to serve God and grow in your Highland community. Through this inter-generational  experience you  will join others from our church  for a week of service, fellowship, and worship. You will create amazing memories and make life long friendships. You will grow closer to God as you do His work and love on the people we serve. This trip has been a life changing experience for many people traveling to  Madison County, one of the most economically depressed areas in the United States.

Interested? Download our brochure and registration form for more details. Questions? Contact the church office 717-569-2651

Peru Mission Trip
June 19-26
Annie Soper Chirstian School, Moyobamba, Peru

Sixteen Highland members and friends will be traveling with the Rev. Noé Juarez to his hometown in Peru to help with a vacation bible school, planting trees, and serving the surrounding communities in need. While its too late to volunteer to work on this mission experience, your prayers are still greatly appreciated.