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We are excited to introduce you to our church!  We believe that you were never meant to go thru life alone, and we would love to invite you to go on this journey with us.  

Here at Highway Community Church, our doors are wide open to people from all backgrounds, regardless of where they are on their spiritual journey. You will hear us say often that, “It’s ok to not be ok, it’s just not ok to stay that way”. Our desire is to create life-giving weekend services thru engaging worship and practical teaching in a welcoming environment.  In doing so, we will experience moments that encourage us to become fully engaged followers of Jesus.

Our hope is that through our weekend services and Life Group gatherings, our relationships with each other and Jesus will be strengthened. At the beginning of our church, our Pastor wrote down what he felt Highway Community Church would one day become. It’s titled, ‘The Community I See’. Please feel free to read ‘Our Story’ and ‘The Community I See’ to learn more about how it all began and where we are headed as a church. If you have any questions, please let us know! We would be happy to answer them.

We look forward to meeting you!

The Highway Story

We are excited to introduce you to our church!  We believe that you were never meant to go thru life alone, and we would love to invite you to go on this journey with us.  

Here at Highway Community Church, our doors are wide open to people from all backgrounds, regardless of where they are on their spiritual journey. You will hear us say often that, “It’s ok to not be ok, it’s just not ok to stay that way”. Our desire is to create life-giving weekend services thru engaging worship and practical teaching in a welcoming environment.  In doing so, we will experience moments that encourage us to become fully engaged followers of Jesus.

Our hope is that through our weekend services and Life Group gatherings, our relationships with each other and Jesus will be strengthened. At the beginning of our church, our Pastor wrote down what he felt Highway Community Church would one day become. It’s titled, ‘The Community I See’. Please feel free to read ‘Our Story’ and ‘The Community I See’ to learn more about how it all began and where we are headed as a church. If you have any questions, please let us know! We would be happy to answer them.

We look forward to meeting you!

The Community I See

Acts 4:32 The whole congregation of believers was united as one-one heart, one mind! They didn’t even claim ownership of their own possessions. No one said, ‘That’s mine, you can’t have it.’ They shared everything.

I see a community that is vibrant, alive, and powerful; Full of hungry and thirsty people desiring more of God: His word, His presence, His direction.

I see a community filled with all races, colors, and ages; People longing to be family, to be friends, to be loved and to love; Young learning from the aged and the aged lifted by the youth.

I see a community that is fulfilling the ministry that Jesus left to be finished; An organism that reaches into the darkness, to the wretched, to the lost; To bring hope, to bring sight, to bring life.

I see a community that is filled with leaders reaching into all fields of business; Creating and inventing, organizing and streamlining; Administrating out of the wisdom of the master craftsman.

I see a community erupting with an uncontrollable desire to reach the world; Where missions is a mandate and financing the kingdom is a high calling.

I see a community filled with worship and adoration to the King of Kings; A ministry so passionate about praise and contagiously anointed that new songs spill forth out the reservoir of God-moment experiences.

I see a community where the prophetic is present and the supernatural is obtainable; Where the miraculous is commonplace but never common.

I see a community filled with laughter, with tears of joy, with healing and restoration; A place where the heart of God is revealed and where His pleasure rests.

– Pastor Steve Crowder, 2007