Vacation Bible School has gone virtual this year! Registration open May 29th - June 7th.
Along with community organizations, Highrock seeks to support the spiritual, emotional, social, financial and physical needs in and outside of our worshiping community. No single organization can meet all the needs that will come up during this time, but by letting us know how you would like to help we can connect you either with an internal effort within Highrock, or get you plugged into a local and trusted volunteer organization.
We have instituted a Community Aid Fund to directly help people suffering from this crisis. 100% of the money will be used to help local people who are hurting, as well as those who are on the front lines. Please note that the account is set up through PushPay to Highrock Arlington our sister church with whom we share staff, budget and other resources.
If you are in need of physical help like meal or prescription delivery or are experiencing financial hardship due to COVID-19, we want to help. We will mobilize volunteers to meet your need or connect you with a relevant resource.
Are you, or someone you know, in need of social, emotional or spiritual help? Whether you want someone to talk or pray with during a crisis, or just want someone to check in and chat, the volunteers on the Isolation Care Team are committed to caring for you in this time.*
*If you are experiencing a physical or emotional crisis, please call 911 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
A list of trusted organizations that we have partnered with in the past to positively impact our community.
Family Promise MetroWest
For families struggling with homelessness
Needham Youth & Family Services
For the care of elderly and isolated populations
Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services
For mental health services, or support with substance abuse (list of services compiled by Needham Youth & Family Services