As a congregationally led church, members vote to make decisions like what the budget is, who our pastors are, and what our constitution and bylaws say. The membership process at HPC involves attending High Point 101, having been baptized by on one's own confession of faith, and interviewing with an Elder and Deacon.
High Point 101 is an 8-week track to holistically grasp what it looks like to be a member of the High Point Church family.
If you haven't been baptized yet, you can get more info on baptism and sign up to get baptized here.
We believe it's important for each member of High Point to be credibly regenerate having placed their faith in Jesus, which is why we have each potential member talk with an elder after taking High Point 101. To learn more about this part of the membership process, contact Jim Tanner.
Other questions? Contact Erin Hesse, our Connections Coordinator.