Forest Hills Presbyterian Chr
Churches in High Point, NC
We're people of all ages - a community of diverse people who celebrate and express the nice news Jesus Christ preached and lived. We invite you to join this community as together we grow in faith. We trust that God is calling each of us to use our varied presents to suit requirements, engage with issues in our community, and so, give glory to God. I invite you to check us out in person. You are welcome at any time. Worship is Sunday morning at 11:00 a.m. I promise you'll be greeted with the hospitality of Christ.
read moreAs disciples of Jesus, we affirm and practice the hospitality of the one who received everyone and drew people into a deep, life-changing encounter with God. Our call is to follow Jesus' way, engaging with our heads, our hands, and our hearts. As a member of More Light Presbyterians, we are committed to full inclusion for LGBTQ people of faith, and we affirm their unconditional belovedness and spiritual gifts. We welcome LGBTQ folks into all aspects of life and leadership in the congregation. As a community of faith, we do our best to live out the Gospel's call to radical hospitality.
read moreSpiritually we are a diverse group of people who recognize we are called by God to practice faith and serve others. We find these practices to be challenging and life-giving even though we are far from perfect in our practice. We are praying that God will call you here to join us in learning what "practice" means and be together in faith community. Come up the drive! You will be greeted warmly. Enter through the large front doors to get directly to the Sanctuary. Take a left at the cross section of our driveway and find the entrance to our Commons which has easy access to the Fellowship Hall, the Education Wing, and the Office.
read moreOur JoAnn Urwick initiated this project in November of 2014 where each church attendee is encouraged to bring one can of food each Sunday. All donations go to the food pantry of Caring Services. We support this recovery ministry with food, cash and volunteer contributions. The amount of food is translated into a monetary amount by multiplying the number of cans by $1.80. So far we have delivered over 12,200 cans, which equates to a total value of $21,960! Forest Hills Presbyterian Church and our members have been involved with Mobile Meals for the Elderly for many years.