Start the year centered on Christ! Come to Highrock Cambridge to pray for God to move in the Boston area, for our churches, and for personal joys and concerns.
Join us for a drive-thru mini church experience on August 9th between 9am and 11am in the parking lot of Dane Street Church. This is a chance to remind each other and our neighbors that the church is not closed and never has been, but is alive and still present, and that we are still connecting to God personally, God's people, and God's purposes.
Our first station is where you will drive thru to receive communion. We will be passing you sanitary cups with the wafers.
We know that some of you aren't able to leave your house during this time, and we would love to bring communion to you! If you'd like to receive communion at home, you can sign up on this form. If you'd like to help deliver and share communion with a Highrocker who is unable to leave their house, please sign up to help!
Greet us as you drive by! We will have pre-packaged snacks and drinks for you and your family to pick up. We’d love to (briefly) hear how you’re doing!
We're collecting school supplies for Fostering Hope and The Forgotten Initiative. We would love your help supplying students with backpacks and any school supplies, no matter what this school year is going to look like for them. We have a list of supplies we're looking to collect at the link below. There will be a donation station to collect anything you're able to donate in the parking lot.
Please feel free to arrive at the Dane Street parking lot anytime between 9am and 11am. Whether walking or driving, please enter the parking lot via the entrance on KNOWLTON Street, and please depart via the exit onto CHARNOCK Street (the one way on the North side of the building).
When you arrive, when there is a car behind you, we'll need to keep moving through the stations so that the next car or group behind you can also get through. Otherwise, we might back up traffic onto Cabot Street!
All volunteers will be wearing masks and gloves. The folks delivering communion will also abide by our safety precautions for contactless delivery. When they deliver the communion elements, they will either leave it in your mailbox and ring the doorbell/knock, or leave it on your doorstep and knock.