---Welcome to the table!


Pull up a chair at our family table. Experience true community and reach your full potential with Christ.

Here you will find a place to belong and grow in a loving community. Thanks for stopping by for a visit! We look forward to meeting you in person.

 Our Team

Life is better together. Meet some of our amazing team members who make ministry possible here at HPWC. Want to get involved? Let us know! We believe that everyone has a part to play in reaching this world for Jesus. 

 Our Services

Sunday morning is our main time to celebrate together. We believe that God is still in the business of proclaiming good news to the world, setting people free, healing the sick and declaring his favor. Come check out what God is up to!

 Our Ministries

Church is more than just Sunday mornings. Its about life together. We have several opportunities to get together and have a good time. 




--- Our Pastors


“Our desire is that you experience a loving, restoring relationship with God through a family centered community.”

Pastor Wes is the Lead Pastor at HPWC. Previously he and his wife, Christina, served as campus pastors at REACH International Church in Dearborn. Pastor Wes graduated from Lee University with a bachelors degree in Pastoral Ministry and in Spanish. Christina graduated with a bachelors degree in Anthropology and currently teaches elementary school. They have one daughter and are passionate about evangelism, discipleship and missions. Wes enjoys reading and running, and Christina enjoys art and music. They both love community and company.



--- Core Leaders


---Family Events

Here are just a few of our family events that we celebrate together at Highest Praise! Come on out and join us for a great time!
Coffee with Pastor
at HPWC 

 ---Upcoming Events

Join us live or on-line!

Stream our services live into your home each Sunday by Facebook.
 Sundays 10:30 AM
Highest Praise Worship Center


Join A GO Group Today!

Go groups have started. Sign up in the sanctuary.
 Various Times
 Various Locations 

--- Table Talk

Love: Experience the Pudding

This is how God showed his love among us: He sent his one and only Son into the world that we might live through him.
~ 1 John 4:9

I love pudding, especially banana pudding (although chocolate comes in as a close second). Who doesn’t love pudding? Maybe its the weird word or the way it makes your face look when saying it. Or that awkward moment when someone calls you pudding when your twelve and you think you’re grownup. How many of you have ever sang that Christmas song “We wish you a merry Christmas” and got to the line about bring us some figgy pudding and asked “what is that about”? I did some digging and realized that it is a a variation of a sixteenth century English tradition. While I won’t get into all the details of a weird figgy pudding. I got to thinking about the old saying “The proof is in the eating of the pudding”. This phrase means essentially that until you’ve tasted or experienced the pudding you don’t know how good it is, or what’s in it for that matter. To make a long story short. This got me to thinking about love.


Borrowed Hope

May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.
~Romans 15:13

Excuse me, I seem to have lost my hope. May I borrow yours? I’ve been asked for a lot things over the years, even the proverbial cup of sugar. I never recall being asked for a cup of hope. Or perhaps they were asking the question another way and I just didn’t realize it? The reality is hope seems in short supply these days. In recent months, our nation has been inundated and rocked with news of international and political division as well as racial and sexual misconduct. Dialogue has reverted to 140 character jabs at one another. Yet, we do not need to be hopeless. A great light is shining among us.


A Question of Opportunity

David asked, “Is there anyone still left of the house of Saul to whom I can show kindness for Jonathan’s sake?”
~ 2 Samuel 9:1

Have you ever read a familiar passage and suddenly had new insight? The passage may be simple, but then God begins to show how incredible it is. That is what happened to me this week as I read this question. At first glance, David’s question seems so simple to understand. In fact, it is simple. However this question reveals many important ideas. It is just full of meaning. I want to point out two revelations that have stuck with me this week from David’s question of opportunity. David intentionally sought out opportunities to demonstrate his love for others in concrete, tangible ways. Let’s break this thought down.



Need Prayer?

We firmly believe in the power of prayer! If you need prayer don’t hesitate to contact us. We meet regularly to pray together.