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Belong to the Greatest Family in the World

We all search for a place to belong. We no longer have to search to belong. Each of us are pursued by our Heavenly Father to respond to His invitation to join the greatest family in the World – His! We are adopted, chosen, purchased, loved, forgiven, united and sealed to Jesus. (Ephesians 1:11-13). Nothing tops belonging to God’s global family, but what enhances it is belonging to a local faith family.

Join the Family of God

If you have just made a confession of faith in the Lord Jesus or would like to, join us in our Welcome Center after the service. There, we want to welcome you to the family and/or answer any questions you may have. Bring your response card for a free gift.


Join the Highland Park Family

If the Lord is leading you, we would love to have you in the CBC-HP Family. We want to let you know what we believe and why. Here at Highland Park, we are intentional about Belonging, Becoming and Being. Join us on our journey. Membership class is the 4th Sunday of the month at 11:30 a.m.  Click here to register.

Believer’s Baptism

We follow Jesus’ example of being baptized. Baptism is immersing a willing Christian under water in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. It is an act of obedience that identifies a person with Jesus Christ (Acts 2:38). Being immersed under water symbolizes a believer’s burial of the old sinful way of life. Arising out of the water symbolizes a believer’s new life in Jesus Christ (Romans 6:4). Baptism class is held at 11:30 a.m. on the third Sunday of each month. Baptisms are held on the fourth Sunday of the month. Sign-up in the Welcome Center or click here to sign a child up for class and baptism. Click here to sign an adult up for class and baptism.

Koinonia is a Greek word that occurs more than a dozen times in the Bible. Koinonia’s primary meaning is “partnership, joint participation, social interaction, communion, giving, sharing and fellowship.” The first occurrence of Koinonia is Acts 2:42, “They devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.” Koinonia is a key aspect of the Christian life. At Highland Park Koinonia happens organically and often including the