Sunday School (9:15-10:15)
Jesus, however, said, “Let the little children come to me, and stop keeping them away, because the kingdom of heaven belongs to people like these.” Matt. 19:14
Providing the most loving environment for our little bundles of joy. After all, they are a blessing and a gift from our Lord Jesus.
Giving a strong biblical foundation at an early age is imperative. We do it with lots of love and fun. Our children are hungry for the nourishment of God.
We focus on guiding our youth to be strong future leaders of our church. What they learn now will follow them for the rest of their lives.
Whatever you do, do your work heartily, as for the Lord rather than for man. Col. 3:23
Mission Statement: To provide a welcoming environment where we can grow in Christ and learn from each other while we work alongside our church, reaching out and ministering to our community.
Class Description: We are a group of young and middle age (30+) adults that fellowship by studying God’s Word, sharing life experiences, and ministering to each other. The atmosphere is informal and open with lots of humor. The Connections Class enjoys serving together in church functions and occasional social outings. Oh, and yes we enjoy breakfast during our Sunday School hour.
College and Career;
The college and career class meets on Sunday mornings at 9:30. We try to be very purposeful about talking about real life subjects in our lessons and applying those lessons to our every day lives. We enjoy lots of discussion as well as getting deep in God's Word. I don't want Sunday School answers in my class, I want us to figure out how to get God's Word to invade every part of who we are and truly change us from the inside out.
Senior Ladies 1;
We are a lively bunch of women that enjoy life to its fullest. Come join us as we dive deep into God’s Word.
Senior Ladies 2;
Learning and growing in the Lord is what we do best. We enjoy each other, support each other, and love the Lord.
Senior Adult Class;
Loving the Lord with all your heart, mind, and soul is important to us. Let us help lead the way.
We are a group of ladies that learn and grow together in a Christ-like manner. We would love to have you join us.
We have a class for anyone, any age. We meet for Bible Study on Sunday 9:15 am. At this time we are using Dr. Charles Stanley on line daily devotions.
Keenagers Wednesday’s between 10-11am. Be prepared for a mighty good time.
Off Campus Bible Study groups
First Baptist Highland City
First Baptist Highland City
First Baptist of Highland City’s Member Covenant
Having received Christ as my Lord and Savior and been scripturally baptized, and being in agreement with FBCHC’s statements, strategy, and structure, I now feel led by the Holy Spirit to unite me with the FBCHC church family. In doing so, I commit myself to God and to the other members to do the following:
I WILL PROTECT THE UNITY OF MY CHURCH
A - By acting in love toward other members.
B - By refusing to gossip.
C - By praying, loving, honoring, and following the leaders.
“So let us concentrate on the things which make for harmony, and on the growth of our fellowship together.” Romans 15:19 (Ph)
“Have a sincere love for your fellow believers, love one another earnestly with all your hearts.” 1 Peter 1:22 (GN)
“Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of our mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs.” Eph. 4:29 (NIV)
“Obey your leaders and submit to their authority. They keep watch over you as men who must give an account. Obey them so that their work will be a joy not a burden, for that would be no advantage to you.” Heb. 13:17 (NIV)
I WILL SHARE THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF MY CHURCH
A - By praying for its growth
B - By inviting the unchurched to attend
C - By warmly welcoming those who attend as guests
“To the church we always thank God for you and pray for you constantly.” 1 Thess. 1:2 (NIV)
“Go out into the country and urge anyone you find to come in, so that My House will be full.” Luke 14:23
“Therefore accept one another, just as the Messiah also accepted you, to the glory of God.” Rom. 15:7 (NIV)
I WILL SERVE THE MINISTRY OF MY CHURCH
A - By discovering my gifts and talents
B - By being equipped to serve by my pastors
C - By developing a servant’s heart
“Serve one another with the particular gifts God has given each of you.” 1 Peter 4:10 (Ph)
“God gave some to be pastors and teachers to prepare God’s people for works of ministry so that the body of Christ may be built up.” Eph. 4:11-12 (NIV)
“Each of you should look not only to your own interests, but also to the interests of others. Your attitude should be the same as that of Jesus Christ who took on the very nature of a servant.” Phil. 2:3-4, 7 (NIV)
I WILL SUPPORT THE TESTIMONY OF MY CHURCH
A - By attending faithfully
B - By living a holy life
C - By giving regularly
“Let us not give up the habit of meeting together but let us encourage one another.” Heb. 10:25 (NIV)
“But whatever happens, make sure that your everyday life is worthy of the gospel of Christ.” Phil. 1:27 (Ph)
“Each one of you, on the first day of each week, should set aside a specific sum of money in proportion to what you have earned and use it for the offering.” 1 Cor. 16:2 (NIV)
“A tenth of all you produce is the Lord’s and it is holy.” Lev. 27:30 (NIV
Our Mission :
To declare Jesus as Lord and develop Christ-followers who love God and People.
To create an environment where people can embrace God, be united with others for encouragement and love, be equipped for service and ministry, and use their gifts and talents to embrace the world.
First Baptist Church of Highland City’s History
1906- The first church was known as Seward
Lake Church, where Methodists and Baptists
met together, in a small house in Highland
City. Baptisms took place in Lake Seward.
1908- Members quickly outgrew this little
house, a new building was purchased and
became known as Haskell Baptist Church.
1922- The Methodists withdrew their
fellowship as they found their own property
and built upon it.
1925- Haskell Baptist Church became
known as Highland City Baptist Church.
1944-The first church was destroyed by fire. After that our members met at the Highland City School’s auditorium while waiting to rebuild.
1945- The new building was built but they didn’t have much. Slowly items for the church were purchased as money became available.
1953- We became known as First Baptist Church of Highland City. Soon after, the first ministerial staff member was called, he was called the Choir Leader. Shortly after we had a secretary.
1960- A storm came through and damaged the roof. Insurance covered that expense and the church kept growing.
1972- The purchase of new property on Yarborough and Clubhouse went through. And just 2 short years later the church was built.
1976- The two adjoining acres were purchased. Our church now sits on 5 acres of land.
1980’s- The property was decorated with trees, bushes, and flowers. A computer was purchased. And the senior citizens group was started.
1999- Our church began a daycare/preschool.
2006- We celebrated our
2016- We continue to reach
out to our community
through different activities
that are open to the public
and we currently have a
food pantry for those in
need of meals.
Thank you for visiting our website.
Please take a few moments to check out what we can offer you as visitors to our church.
- Weekly Services: Sunday morning and evening; Wednesday evening prayer meeting and bible study.
- Sunday School Classes
- Childrens Church
- Our youth program.
- Missions Trips
- Counseling and pastoral support.
- Community Outreach.
- Activities for all ages, including: games night; women's and men's ministries; hobby night; missions trips and much more.