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SONGS FOR LENT: UNLIKELY LOVE

This collection of songs reflects the worshipful gatherings of the music team at Highrock Acton as we journey into Holy Week. The songs are somber, soulful and passionate, which is how we imagine the songs sung by the disciples at the Last Supper would have sounded. We invite you to let these songs guide you through the days leading up Jesus' crucifixion and deepen your longing for the celebration of resurrection. We hope this album helps you discover sacred space in the busyness of everyday life and moves you to respond to the unlikely and overwhelming love of our God.

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Highlight: Ann's Dinner

Every third Friday of the month, Highrock Acton provides a monthly free meal for those hungry for food and fellowship. Highrock gets to carry on the legacy of this ministry at the Stow Chapel location.

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Summer Blast 2016

Our Summer blast 2016 was awesome! Our kids had a great time connecting to each other and to God during Cave Quest, learning that Jesus gives us hope, courage, direction, love and power -- so follow Him!

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The Great All-Highrock Get-Together Recap

What an incredible day we had gathering in one location with all the other Highrock churches for a day of fun, worship, stories, and communion - enjoy the recap video and be sure to join us next year at the Great All-Highrock Get-Together!

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Family Service

On May 15, Highrock Acton marked our first Family Service by sharing the story of what God is doing in in the lives of our children through KidsRock. We also celebrated baptism and confirmation for several of our youth. 

We took the cameras into KidsRock and asked "What is YOUR gift to the Church?" as part of our teaching series, highlighting the Apostle Paul's teaching from 1 Corinthians that we are ALL members of Christ's Body. Plus, a special sneak peek of the testimonies of five of our teenagers as they prepare for confirmation and baptism!

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The New Life: Prayer

As part of our teaching series "The New Life," Anne Castelline shares some principles and insights into how prayer forms and shapes our identity in Christ.

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