We welcome you to worship with us at 10:00 a.m. this Sunday in Ragan Hall.04-27-14
Welcome! This page is designed to give new friends a sense of our church life and services. Also we hope to provide ongoing updates and information for returning friends.
High Point Friends Meeting is a Christian Quaker fellowship affiliated with North Carolina Yearly Meeting of Friends and Friends United Meeting. We are committed to allowing the love of Jesus Christ to shape our church community as we follow the leading of God's Spirit.
At High Point Friends Meeting we strive to welcome and nurture people of all ages and backgrounds. Through our various ministries we provide opportunities for WORSHIP, FORMATION, and MISSION that connect us to each other and help us grow in our love of God.
We hope you enjoy your visit to our web page and will visit us in person.
In the Peace of Jesus,
We welcome you to our Easter service at 10:00 a.m. in the Worship Room this Sunday.04-20-14
Holy Week Services: April 18, Good Friday Service, Haworth Chapel, 6:00 p.m April 20, Easter Sunrise Service, Floral Garden, 6:30 a.m. April 20, Easter Sunday Meeting for Worship, 10:00 a.m.
We welcome you to worship with us at 10:00 a.m. Sunday morning in the Worship Room.04-13-14
This month’s Caring Friends Ministry will be on April 1st. Volunteers are needed to help prepare and deliver a hot meal to homebound neighbors and members of our community. The group will gather in the kitchen at 10:30 a.m. Note the sign-up sheet located near the side door.
Reconciliation in 3D On the Christian calendar, late winter and early spring marks the start of the Season of Lent. This year Lent begins on March 5th. I realize that Quakers do not give much attention to these high holy days, but we certainly value spiritual readiness and preparation. Lent is the season to prepare […]
When I read the New Testament, I am amazed by the power of Jesus’ simple invitation, “Come, follow me.” These words shaped the lives, transformed the character and gave purpose to those who accepted this invitation to become Jesus’ disciples and apprentices. Consider the callings of Simon, James, John and Levi (Read Luke 5:1-11,Luke 5:27-32). The text […]