Whether you're new to High Point or have attended for years, there's a small group for you. Fill out the form below to let us know when and where you're available to check out a small group!JOIN A SMALL GROUP
Our small groups are focused on five things that make our gatherings vibrant and effective at developing disciples. The 5 practices are: Community, Spiritual Growth, Prayer, Missions, and Service. The purpose of striving for these practices is to develop spiritual friendships within the group and encourage group members to be disciples of Jesus both inside and outside of the small group setting.
Come meet other High Point Men and hear a speaker share how God is working in the good, the bad, and the ugly of his life. Contact Craig Fonzen for more information.
To be solidly masculine as God intends us to be, guys need to escape the emasculating slavery of sexual sin. The only way to be substantively free from sexual sin is holistic accountability in an environment designed to produce sexual wholeness and freedom from sexual addictions, and that is exactly what Forgiven & Free exists to be. Through our Gospel-centered community that meets every Saturday morning, we pursue freedom from sin and greater Godliness in a no-judgment space. Sign up to join here.
In 1 Corinthians 11:1, Paul says, “Follow my example, as I follow Christ.” We grow in our relationship with Jesus through relationships with others in the local church. Spiritual mentoring at High Point Church is a way for you to grow in your faith through an intergenerational, spiritual friendship with another man a few steps ahead of you in life experience.
If you already know you want to get plugged in with a mentor or if you are interested in being a mentor, fill out one of the forms below. We’ll follow up with you!
Come pursue wholeness, forgiveness, and freedom, through exploring how the Gospel affects how we interact with God and the world as women. If you are a woman struggling sexually in any way, including wrestling with femininity, habitual sin, or abuse, this class is for you!
Every Thursday (except Thanksgiving) from September 14 to December 17 from 6:30-8:30pm in the High Point Church Prayer Room. Sign up by September 7, 2023 to join for the fall group by emailing Amanda Bria at
On October 6 we will be hosting a bonfire event at High Point Church. More details to come!
Like volleyball? Want to connect with others in your life stage? Come join us at High Point Church in the gym at 7:30pm on Tuesday nights.
Like basketball? Want to connect with others in your life stage? Come join us at High Point Church in the gym at 7:30pm on Monday nights.
We do events often. Email to receive emails about what's coming up!
Rhythm breakers are special events that happen on the first Wednesday of each month.
We are meeting in person at High Point Church at 6:30-8pm Wednesday evenings.
Raising children for Christ in our cultural context is challenging. Parents now more than ever need to be prepared to thoughtfully and adequately address the messaging their children receive that is contrary to the message of Christ.
Awana is a global ministry that helps parents and churches raise children to know, love, and serve Christ. It is a Bible-based children’s program that is centered on the Gospel and makes Scripture memorization fun.
As parents, spiritual growth in our kids sometimes seems like an overwhelming responsibility. As an Awana parent, you have an age-appropriate resource to help you disciple your children in understanding the Bible and learning scripture. We're excited for the time you'll be able to spend with them in scripture!
Awana is held Thursday evenings from 6:30pm-8pm at High Point Church. Awana begins Thursday, October 5, 2023 and ends May 16, 2024.
This once-a-month respite opportunity is for families who have a child with a disability, ages 4-14, and their siblings. During Revive, the children and their adult buddies enjoy free choice and cooperative play, engaging art projects, fun music, a Bible story, and more. Revive is a fun place to be a kid.
Oaks groups are relational and spiritual environments for you to discover what it looks like to walk with Jesus through specific psychological needs alongside trained volunteers with similar experiences or training in a specific area. Through Oaks groups connections, you will gain tools to empower you, relational support, and biblical clarity for psychological issues as we learn to walk with Jesus in the process of healing as part of our faith and discipleship.
All Oaks groups are open to anyone who would like to participate, no matter where you are in your faith. To sign up, click the link below or go to highpointchurch.org/oaks and scroll down to the "Get Connected" section.