Today we want to share an important change regarding the future of the Highrock Network and our shared life together. Nothing is changing immediately, but we want to share the direction we are discerning for the future.
Eat-Ups are small gatherings in backyards where we can reconnect with Highrockers we haven't seen in awhile, and get to know newcomers who have joined us in the last year.
Eat-Ups are small gatherings in backyards where we can reconnect with Highrockers we haven't seen in awhile, and get to know newcomers who have joined us in the last year. We're looking for amazing Eat-Up hosts!
While our service will continue to be broadcast on YouTube on Sundays at 10am, individuals and families can sign-up to experience the prerecorded service together in the church sanctuary.
We know it has been a hard year of isolation for many, including our kids and families. This spring, to give our kids and parents/guardians a chance to connect we’ll be meeting once a week at Dane St. Beach (weather permitting!)
Join our citizenship class (in person!) and help our students practice the reading, writing, and speaking sections of the citizenship exam through planned activities.
Alpha is a course used world-wide that explores what the Christian faith is all about. We'll be meeting on Zoom Sundays at 7:30-9:00pm from April 18th to May 30th.
One way that our church can be involved in supporting and serving the North Shore community, is by donating food to help those facing food insecurity. On Sunday, April 11th at the Highrock Express, we are holding a food drive for Beverly Bootstraps. See what items are most needed!
Brookline, Mass., March 1 - Highrock Brookline announced today that Kat Hampson will become its new Lead Pastor following a vote at a members’ meeting on February 28, 2021.
Highrock has several opportunities to engage in the remembrance and celebration of Jesus’ death and resurrection