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Over the years, we have shared joy and a sense of accomplishment with our network of HPUMC core volunteers, building lasting relationships along with each new home.
One by one, they all came up, gathered around me and prayed for me. They prayed that I would be able to sing without making mistakes and that I would get the words right.
That has never been more true in my life than right now. This group has most certainly become the spirit of God, the word of God, and the most profound people of God to me. I have found beauty from ashes with Divorce Care, from the warm reception ...
You know those Facebook quizzes they have where you have to take a little test to figure out what color fits your personality, etc.? Well, welcome to the spiritual version!
2017 is going to be a BIG year in the life of Highland Park United Methodist Church. From celebrating Easter, to other programs, there is a lot to look forward to over the next 12 months. Here are just a few of the things we hope you'll mark on ...
On that day, facing the thought of standing in front of the church holding my cardboard sign, I had an epiphany. Sharing my story wasn’t just to help others, it was to help myself too. I realized in that specific moment, God’s plan was ...