We are opening our doors for in-person worship beginning Sunday, Sept. 27!
For the safety of our community and in accordance with CDC guidelines for places of worship, services at HP Pres will have limited attendance to ensure social distancing, and each participant will be required to wear a face mask or cloth covering. To help ensure we hold our worship gatherings safely, we ask that you reserve a seat for you and your family using the form below.
Once the services have reached the max capacity and for those not ready to return to campus, we will continue to offer our online services at hppres.org/live, youtube.com/hppres, and facebook.com/hppcindallas.
We will have our Golf Carts operating to transport single or family units. At this time we will not offer parking assistance, child care, kids, students, or adults Sunday morning programming on campus.
Registration is open! You may register for services two weeks in advance.
8:30 am – Communion Service
9:15 am – Contemporary Worship
11 am – Classical Worship
While no one can guarantee a completely safe environment or social event during this unprecedented pandemic, we are working hard to keep our community safe and we are asking you to partner with us in that mission. We want you to know that your health and safety is of the utmost importance to us. Participating in worship or accessing the facilities at Highland Park Presbyterian Church could increase the risk of contracting COVID-19. With that being said, please see the below safety practices for worship:
Please arrive 10 to 15 minutes prior to the service start and enter through the main Sanctuary entrance off of University Blvd. When you arrive, greeters will guide you to your seating area.
Yes! All children and students will be required to sit with an adult member of their household, observe social distancing, and practice appropriate hand hygiene. Children over the age of two are also required to remain properly masked throughout the entire service.
Yes. Worship online at 9:15 and 11 am every Sunday. Choose from Classical or Contemporary at hppres.org/live and Youtube.
We ask that you not attend if you are sick, have recently been sick, or been in contact with others who are sick.
We strongly encourage people who are in vulnerable populations to stay home and worship online at hppres.org/live. According to the CDC, vulnerable populations which are at risk are those over 65 years of age, especially those with chronic lung disease; moderate to severe asthma; chronic heart disease; severe obesity; diabetes; chronic kidney disease undergoing dialysis; liver disease; or weakened immune system.
Yes. Please keep at least 6’ away from others, and avoid hugs and handshakes. Masks are required for all, and hand sanitizing stations will be available.
Your mask. Everyone must wear a mask that covers their mouth and nose at all times.
Nothing will be distributed before, during, or after our services. This includes food, drink, offering plates, bulletins, hymnals, and Bibles.
No on-site Sunday classes, fellowship time, child care, or parking assistance will be offered at this time. We will have our golf carts running to transport single or family units.