Women's Ministry at Highland
The desire of Women’s Ministry is to support and encourage women through fellowship, doctrinally sound Bible teaching, prayer, mentorship, discipleship, and service to the church and community. Our main goal is to glorify God by helping women take the next step in their relationship with Jesus Christ.
It is our belief that as we study God's Word in community with other women, we will be built up and enabled to know God in a greater way, serve others better, encourage one another, and learn how to live worthy of the calling that the Bible reveals to us. Take the next step and join us.
Classes for women meet at a variety of times, places, and campuses. Please check the Highland Happenings publication on the Publications and Forms page or Highland's calendar for the latest studies. If a class requires registration it will appear on the Registration page of the website. New participants are welcome anytime to any of our studies.
Bible study resources are available for personal or group studies. Visit the Bible Studies Resource Document at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Gtf3zQu-IzIChrfNFtzjN0bob3s20n9_73YAVzqTzSg/edit?usp=sharing. If you are looking to check-out a study please contact Sue MacDonald-Director of Women’s Ministries at and she will help you check it out and get it ready for you to pick up in the office at the Wausau campus
Mothers of preschoolers (MOPS)
MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) Program: The MOPS International program at Highland is about celebrating motherhood, meeting needs, making connections, and experiencing God's love through relationships and resources. The purpose of MOPS International is to encourage, equip, and develop every mother who has preschoolers to realize her potential as a woman, mother, and leader in the name of Jesus Christ.
MOPS exists for all moms who share a similar desire to be the very best mom they can be! MOPS meets at Highland on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month during the school year from 9:15-11:15 a.m. Please check the calendar for 2020/2021 dates due to COVID delays.
Childcare is limited, so please call ahead if you are interested in attending and need childcare. Registration and scholarship forms are available on our Publications and Form page. If you have general MOPS or childcare questions, please contact Amanda McLellan at 715-212-3643 or
Moms NEXT Step Program: This is a ministry for moms whose children are older than preschool age. Join us as we seek to encourage moms of school-aged kids! We meet in conjunction with MOPs, breaking off from time to time for topics more specific to our stage of mothering. For more information, please email
prayer for schools
Moms in Prayer (MIP) are groups of moms praying for their children and their schools. There are several groups in the area; feel free to join in at any time. MIP desires that all schools be covered in prayer. If you are interested in starting or attending a MIP group for your child(ren)'s school, please email Debbie Myhrer.
Grapevine card ministry
If you are interested in gathering together to make cards that we send to those in need of encouragement, please check out Highland Happenings on the Resources/Publications and Forms page of this website or contact Cathy Livingston at 715-536-3606 to find out the next meeting time.
The Women's Ministries at Highland offer other ladies' events such as the annual IF:Gathering, retreats, campfires, book clubs, crafting opportunities, etc. If detailed information about upcoming women's special events is currently available, it will appear in our "Highland Happenings" publication which is available by going to the Resources/Publications and Forms page of this site.
Sign up to be on our email list to receive updates about our Women's Ministry. Go to our website's home page and scroll to the bottom to sign up. If you have questions, contact Sue MacDonald, Director of Women's Ministries, at .
Also, "like" our Women's Ministry Highland Community Church Facebook page to receive ministry updates.