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314 N. Ft. Thomas Avenue
Ft. Thomas, KY 41075
Sunday Worship Services (Online and On-Campus)
At Highland Methodist, we love our red doors . They are a sign of welcome, warm meals, service, and fellowship. Highland United Methodist Church affirms and welcomes people of all sexual orientations, gender identities, ages, nations, and races. We fully include all in the life and ministry of the church as we seek to share God’s love in Jesus Christ.
In-Person worship is currently suspended due to COVID-19. Please join us for a livestream, Sundays at 9:30.
Santa is on his way to Highland Methodist! Your family is invited to a personalized video call with Santa, December 5. Register here for your timeslot for a donation of $10 to receive a link to reserve your timeslot. Your call also includes a special gift bag from Santa himself! Join us a for an awesome new Christmas tradition. Email Vera at email@example.com with any questions.
Sunday Morning activities at Highland Methodist are currently suspended. Please join us online for live worship at 9:30 every Sunday.
Watch this space for more information as it becomes available.
From Pastor John:
A heart-felt conversation ensued at a meeting of our governing church council Tuesday, June 2nd. Humbling. People of faith struggling to help make a difference. As the pastor, frankly, I was moved by the desire of our leaders to be responsible and thoughtful disciples of Jesus. It cannot convey everything, but it is a start. Look for opportunities to engage in some on-line conversations soon. Feel free to share. This church has already boldly put itself on the line in Kentucky Methodism by making it clear we invite and affirm ALL persons (regardless of how you may look or who you may love) to participate fully in the life of our church. So, here it is:
"Highland United Methodist Church is grieved by the countless individuals - many whose untimely and unwarranted deaths - have sparked sparked controversy in recent weeks. Such persons are discriminated against and marginalized simply due to the color of their skin. We affirm the lives of our African-American brothers and sisters and believe that they are a part of God's beloved creation.
As a local church:
-We commit to battle racism and hatred through both education and action so as to prevent further violence.
-We are actively planning to partner with minority organizations to identify meaningful ways our church may actively assist with creating meaningful change.
-We believe love and mutual understanding is the only way forward"
We welcome and and all to join us in these endeavors. Get to know Highland better by click to the About Us tab and reading our missing, vision. and welcome statement.
(The photo to the left is from The United Methodist Building on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. The UM Building houses the General Board of Church and Society. The GBCS is the advocacy arm of the UMC. The Board is called to advocate for the implementation of the denomination's Social Principles.)