Highland Park Community Church
Casper
Wyoming

82609


Who we are

Taking Risks to Pursue God and Love Like Jesus

We believe that pursuing God with your whole heart can sometimes feel risky, but is always worth it. Jesus was a risk taker. He risked humiliation, ridicule and most of all His life to reach the lost and to show them the love of God. We want to be a church willing to take these same risks to reach our community for Christ!

Our Beliefs

Jesus is Lord

The singularity, the exclusivity, the divinity of the one Lord Jesus is central to who we are. He is the Bread of Life. The Water of Life. The Lamb of God. The Way, the Truth, and the Life. The one Mediator between God and humankind. The Lord of lords, the King of kings. The Son of Man. The Son of God. The Word become Flesh. The Name at which every knee shall bow. Jesus is the subject (Acts 2:36).

Holiness

The Person, the work, and the power of the Holy Spirit is fundamental to who we are as a people. We unabashedly own the truth that the Spirit can transform us, possess us, equip us, and empower us. It is the work of the Holy Spirit that sanctifies us, makes us holy, sets us apart for sacred service, and seals us for eternity’s sake. It is the Spirit that convicts us of sin and enables us to overcome sin. It is the Holy Spirit that can breathe supernatural gifts into us, for Jesus’ sake. He is the Comforter promised by Jesus and the witness of our redemption (Gal 5:22–23).

Unity

We are a people uniquely called by God to be a catalyst for Christian unity, believing that the division of the body of Christ is hell’s greatest weapon to thwart heaven’s ends in this world. We are convinced that the splintering of the body is not the Lord’s work, but the enemy’s; we believe that hell trembles at the prospect of a people united, redeemed by the blood, and possessed by the Spirit (John 17:21).

The Great Commandments

Love God with your whole self. And, love your neighbors as yourself. The Scripture tells us this is the sum of the Law and the Prophets. When a teacher of the Law sought to test Jesus (Luke 10), asking, “What must I do to have eternal life?” Jesus asked him what he read in the Scripture. When the man replied with the Great Commandments, Jesus approved, saying, “You have answered well; do this and you will live.” It was this exchange that birthed the seminal parable of the Good Samaritan. As a people in the pursuit of holiness, the Great Commandments clothe us.

The Supremacy of Scripture

We are a people of the Bible—the Old and New Testaments, supernaturally inspired, preserved across time, cultures, and continents, delivered to us, useful for reproof and instruction, for righteousness. The Scripture is our backstop, the ultimate field of inquiry and judgment, the measure of conduct, faith, and practice. Whatever the question, whatever the test, whatever comes before us, in the end, it is the Scripture, above all other disciplines, that informs and defines us. All other sources of knowledge fall beneath its shadow (2 Tim 3:14–17).

Great Commission

To go and make disciples is the divine privilege and responsibility given to each of us. We champion the work of evangelism and discipleship in our own neighborhood, as well as the sending of international and home missionaries to places beyond our individual reach (Matt 28:19–20).

Kingdom of God

The rule and reign of God is a present reality to be embraced and experienced today. His kingdom is not of this world, and will therefore never be about earthly politics. As children of God, the spiritual riches of the King of kings are ours to claim and steward as we preach the good news of the kingdom to the world (Luke 17:20–21)

The Trinity

Thought difficult for the human mind to fully comprehend, our one God expresses himself in three persons—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Each person of the Trinity serves a unique role to bring God glory and accomplish his purposes in the world (Gen 1:26; 2 Cor 13:14)

Women in Ministry

The distributions of gifts by the Holy Spirit for the edification of the body of Christ is not determined by gender. God has poured out his Spirit on all people, and both sons and daughters will prophesy—and teach, and shepherd the flock. In Christ, in the kingdom of God, that which once divided us—Jew, Gentile; slave, free; male, female—no longer separate. From the earliest days of the Church of God movement, we’ve celebrated the ministry leadership of outstanding women clergy and continue to do so (Acts 2:17; Gal 3:28).



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Highland Park Community Church
5725 Highland Drive
Casper, WY 82609
United States
Phone: 307-265-4073
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Mike Fackler
Mike Fackler
Lead Pastor
5725 Highland Drive
Casper, WY 82609
United States
Phone: 307-265-4073
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Quote of the Day
1 John 5:4

For whatsoever is born of God overcometh the world: and this is the victory that overcometh the world, even our faith.

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5:00PM

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9:00AM & 10:45AM

At Highland, you'll be welcomed into a friendly, casual environment by people who are excited to see you. We want you to have an idea of what to expect when you arrive here. All you have to do from here is come as you are and find out more for yourself!

Highland Park worship and production is one team dedicated to leading people into the presence of God by creating an atmosphere of worship.

Each week, you'll hear thought-provoking, relevant teaching from God's Word.

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History of Highland Park Community Church Casper WY

A Story of Faith

God led a handful of believers and a bi-vocational pastor in 1952 to begin a house church. Two years later construction began on a building at 955 South Washington, and we became The First Church of God. By faith and the labor of willing volunteers, the church was completed and God filled the building with people.

Our Beginnings

God led a handful of believers and a bi-vocational pastor in 1952 to begin a house church. Two years later construction began on a building at 955 South Washington, and we became The First Church of God. By faith and the labor of willing volunteers, the church was completed and God filled the building with people.

The Dream Continued

The dream continued and faith expanded when the small church stepped out again in 1975 to relocate to 12th and Missouri. Upon completion three years later, we took the name of the community we hoped to serve and became known as Highland Park Community Church.

As the congregation continued to thrive, the building was expanded several times until space limitations necessitated another relocation, this time to the vacant LaBelle's building on 2nd Street. God honored our faithfulness and continued to bring significant growth and impact, not only in Casper but literally around the world.

Where We Are Now

Over the course of two decades that building was remodeled, completed and filled to accommodate four-weekend worship services, vibrant children, and youth ministries, a life-changing counseling center called The Healing Place, over 100 community groups for youth and adults, and a Faith Promise Missions outreach that spanned the globe.

But the story didn't stop there...

God brought us into a new house, the place we sit today, a house that HE built. But with this gift comes great responsibility. What now? How can we utilize this new "hub" to serve God? To serve others?

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