HIGHLAND'S HISTORY

"And as for what you sow, you do not sow the body that is to be, but a bare seed, perhaps of wheat or of some other grain. But God gives it a body as God has chosen, and to each kind of seed its own body."   1 Corinthians 15:37-38

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4/13/1911

6/25/1911
 

10/13/1911

4/17/1912

4/23/1913

9/7/1913

1/1/1923

10/18/1936

1/1/1941

1/1/1945

3/1/1950

10/1/1950

1/1/1954

12/20/1959

9/10/1961

Commission appointed to inquire into starting a new Presbyterian church on Haymount Hill

Commission meets, 39 residents of the Haymount area sign a petition asking for a new church to be organized. Petition was granted

First service held in the old Buieville Academy. Originally named Haymount Presbyterian Church

After members’ suggestions were submitted, the name was changed to Highland Presbyterian Church.

Congregational meeting minutes record “trustees instructed to purchase a lot on Hay Street on which to erect a church building.”

The new church on Hay Street held their first service. Church membership totaled 60.

Additional parlor and offices were added.

Observance of 25th Anniversary of Highland Presbyterian Church.

Due to growth of membership and activities, an enlargement plan was adopted.

Building Committee was appointed.

First phase of new plan completed, consisting of an Educational Building, Chapel, Library, Church Parlor, Offices, Kitchen, and Fellowship Hall

Church auditorium inadequate, worship services held in new Fellowship Hall.

Old building torn down

Dedication Service held on the church grounds where the Sanctuary was to be built.

Construction completed, Dedication Service held. ​ ​

Highland Presbyterian Church

 

111 Highland Avenue

Fayetteville, NC 28305

910-485-2147

hello@hpchurch.org

Sunday Worship

 

Chapel

8:30am

Traditional Service

 

Second Mile

9:00am

Informal Contemporary Service

 

Sanctuary

11:00am

Traditional Service

 

 

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