Highlands Presbyterian Church
2390 Pattison Avenue
(About a mile north of Dell Range on Mountain Road)
We value diversity and God’s children without judgment. We welcome all persons regardless of race, sexual orientation or identity, immigration status, or other characteristics that may define cultural differences.
Highlands's worship service is 10am Sundays both in the Sanctuary and on Zoom.
If you'd like to join us by Zoom, please send your email address to email@example.com and you'll receive the link on Saturday evening.
If you have been vaccinated, you are invited to join us in the Sanctuary. Masks are now optional.
Want to help Highlands support community missions? Click on the link or send a check to :
2390 Pattison Ave.
Cheyenne, WY 82009
For information contact Rev. Rodger McDaniel at (307) 634-2962 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to our friends at Cheyenne's Allen Chapel AME Church
and the Wind River Indian Reservation
Highlands members and friends have had a busy January, enjoying time with old and new friends from the historic Allen Chapel and from Wind River.
We wish to thank Dr. Hilton McClendon Sr. and the congregation of Allen Chapel for their generosity and warmth as we shared time together on two Sundays, worshiping together and honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Thanks are due to our special guests from the Arapaho Nation, Allison Sage and Leslie Spoonhunter, who presented the January 15th service to our congregation. We also thank Highlands member Chesie Lee from the Riverton Peace Mission who assisted during the service and coordinated the visit to Highlands.
Highlands is a faith community where God’s love is manifest by lifting up individuals and our local, national, and global communities through inclusive fellowship, progressive Christian study and worship, and service to our neighbors in need.
Faithful to the words of the hymn, “We will work with each other, we will work side by side; and we’ll guard each one’s dignity and save each one’s pride and they will know we are Christians by our love.”
The Zoom club will resume meeting in September. They will be reading The 1619 Project and will be led by Barbara Gose at 6 p.m. on Wednesdays.
The in-person book club continues to meet on Monday afternoons at 3:00 p.m. in the Church Sanctuary. This group began reading Neither Wolf nor Dog: On Forgotten Roads with an Indian Elder by Kent Nerburn in September.
You may attend either or both book studies. We ask that attendees for the in-person book club have been vaccinated. Please contact Rev. Rodger McDaniel if you have questions about either book club.