For too long, the church has been known for what it’s against. We want to be known for
what we are for.
We’re excited to see things unfold!
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We’ve never been content with the lost remaining lost. We strive for exponential growth through multiplication. Our ministries currently reach over 5,000 people every month. All this is made possible by multiplying our locations, our groups, and our influence. This isn’t about being big – we’re already big. It’s about reaching people by creating inspirational experiences and irresistible environments that attract unchurched people. It’s about a partnership for the greater good. We can build together what we cannot build alone.
We move people in two ways. First, we move people from unbelievers to believers; from lost to found. Second, we move people through the three steps of discipleship: Worship God, Connect with Friends, and Invest in Others.
The goal is to create environments that complement this vision and remove every barrier to Jesus. We must work harder today than ever before to overcome church stereotypes and help people feel welcome instead of unworthy. It is undeniable that our spaces play an important role in creating A Perfect Place for Imperfect People.
Excellence is important to the lost being found. Every ministry environment communicates something; there are no neutral environments. The messages our environments communicate have the potential to distract people from or connect people to our primary message. The quality, consistency, and personal impact of our ministry environments define our church. To put it another way, our facilities often determine what comes to mind when people think about Highpoint. This is especially true for first-time attendees. You’ve heard it said before: first impressions are thrillers or killers. We want to maximize excellence in order to maximize our impact in people’s lives.
It’s our responsibility to shape the way people view our church. We can’t leave this to chance or to the previous owners of our facilities. Our goal is to create churches that unchurched people love to attend, and that requires us to create irresistible environments.
Our explosive growth demands that we create empty seats and a broader reach. This involves renovating the auditorium at our East Memphis campus by expanding the seating capacity from 1,300 to 1,800, improving and advancing our technology so we can have a media center to reach the world with the gospel, as well as strategically improving our Collierville campus by investing in a permanent home.
people within 5 miles of the East Memphis Campus.
people within 5 miles of the Collierville Campus.
people within a 20 minute drive of both campuses.
Celebrated with 253 people “going public” in baptism.
Seen regular attendance increase 100%.
Served 16,999 during Holy Week.
Reached 82 different ZIP codes.
Started a campus in Collierville, TN that is experiencing exponential growth.
Helped start Innovation Church which is averaging over 400 in attendance.
Walked with 946 through Growth Track.
Trained over 160 couples in 3 semesters through our Making Marriage Make Sense course.
Seen 614 women experience the Miss Perfect study.
Sent people to Peru, Cuba, and Kenya.
Reached 146 countries with our website.
Our giving to God is always proportional to our trust in God, which is why we are asking all Highpointers to participate in the No Greater Joy campaign. We know that not everyone can give equally, but everyone can give sacrificially.
Look at the chart below and find your place, then commit to move up at least one level as an act of faith. This chart gives you a snapshot of the number of givers and amounts needed over the next 26 months to reach our goal.
|Commitment Level||Monthly Payment (26 months)||Partners Committing||Total Commitment|
We will have firm dates as the campaign progresses. Below is a list of what we plan to complete during Phase 1:
East Memphis Campus:
Our goal is to raise $5 million dollars through the No Greater Joy campaign. Numbers will be finalized for each phase of the project in the coming months.