“Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be frightened, and do not be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go”
(Joshua 1:9).

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to evolve throughout the world, we want you to know that your health and safety is our highest priority as it relates to the ongoings of Highpoint.

See below for a 3 Phase Re-Gathering Plan:

3 Phases To Re-gathering

at-home watch parties

Invite neighbors, family and friends to experience Highpoint at Home in your driveway, backyard, basement or living room.

Pray together and discuss the message together after the service.


Join your Campus Pastor for a watch party hosted at your campus. Experience Highpoint at Home together in larger community up to 50 people.


Re-gather for in-person live worship services at your campus up to 25% venue capacity with family units social distanced from each-other.

Masks are strongly recommended.


  1. TRUSTING IN GOD: Viruses are a part of this fallen world. Romans 8:22 says that “the whole creation has been groaning as in the pains of childbirth right up to the present time.” Our world needs Jesus, and as a result of the fall, our imperfect bodies are susceptible to viral disease such as COVID-19. That’s why it’s important to keep our heavenly perspective and “trust in the Lord with all your heart” (Proverbs 3:5) and remember His promises: “God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble” (Psalm 46:1).
  2. ENGAGING IN PRAYER: The Bible calls us to come to Jesus in prayer–especially when we are anxious saying: “do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God” (Philippians 4:6). In times of trouble, prayer is a powerful tool that can and should be utilized. Together, let’s pray for those closest to us, our community, those affected by the virus, those who are struggling with fear, our leaders both locally and nationally, researchers, and those on the front lines caring for others such as our doctors, nurses and caregivers.
  3. BEING A LIGHT: As believers, we are called to “let [our] lights shine before others, so that they may see [our] good works and give glory to [our] Father who is in heaven” (Matthew 5:16). In times of trouble, the world looks to believers to see how we respond. Through faith, and intentionality God can use us to minister to others who might be more open to hearing about Jesus and in need of hope and healing.
  4. STAYING INFORMED: As a staff we are committed to staying apprised on this situation by following the Center for Disease Control’s recommendations as we plan for the coming weeks and months:
    1. CDC on COVID-19: The US Center for Disease Control provides up-to-date resources on coronavirus as new developments arise.
    2. CDC Resources for Community and Faith-Based Organizations: The CDC has resources specifically related to faith-based organizations with regards to how to respond to an influenza pandemic, applicable to COVID-19.
  5. TAKING PRECAUTIONS: COVID-19 spreads from person-to-person contact–similar to the cold and the flu–good personal hygiene of staff, volunteers and attenders along with the cleanliness of our facilities is very important amongst all who attend on-campus events and services.
    1. SOCIAL DISTANCING: In accordance with the CDC’s recommendation, we ask everyone to practice social or physical distancing by staying at least 6 feet from others who are not from your household.
    2. FACE MASKS: In accordance with the CDC’s recommendation, we strongly recommended those attending and participating in Phases 2 + 3 of our Re-Gathering Plan to wear face coverings.
    3. PERSONAL HYGIENE: We encourage everyone to wash hands frequently and to refrain from simple actions such as shaking hands. Also, if you or your children are feeling ill in any way, please stay home and attend our Online Weekend Experience.
    4. FACILITIES: We are taking every precaution and have enhanced our already-thorough and professional cleaning procedures. This includes utilizing medical grade cleaning products for comprehensive daily cleanings of all restrooms and various touch points (doorknobs, handles, water faucets, handrails, etc.). In addition, our facilities staff continually cleans throughout and between each service. The children’s classrooms and toys are disinfected after each service by HighpointKids staff and volunteers at each campus.
  6. ADDITIONAL STEPS: In addition to these practical steps, we’re also doing the following:
    1. We’ve received and implemented professional medical advice from the head of our Medical Deacon Team.
    2. We’re in direct communication with local and national public health officials.
    3. We’re in direct communication with a network of churches in the area so that we are unified as we closely monitor COVID-19.
    4. We’re providing up-to-date information regarding COVID-19 and Highpoint on our website. Latest updates can be found on our homepage by going to
    5. When in Phases 2 + 3 of our Re-Gathering Plan, greeters will nod and waive during weekend services, in lieu of handshakes and high fives.

9:15 + 11:15 A.M. / 1:15 + 7 P.M.

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Highpoint Russian service postponed

“Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths”
(Proverbs 3:5-6).