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Matthew 25 at SHPC

Matthew 25 at SHPC

The Matthew 25 invitation focuses on Matthew 25: 31-46, the parable of the sheep and goats in which Jesus makes clear, that what we do matters to God and how we treat others is important to God. South Highland is a Matthew 25 congregation. Come back to this page for updates on SHPC’s Matthew 25 activities. For more information, contact Laura Chapman.

Presbytery Ponderings on Matthew 25
Some thoughts from Rev. Dr. Sue Westfall, General Presbyter of the Presbytery of Sheppards and Lapsley—January 2024 Greetings, friends, As you know, the Presbytery of Sheppards and Lapsley is part of …
Partnering to Relieve Homelessness
Avery Rhodes, Founder and Executive Director of Birmingham’s Community on the Rise, spoke to a warm and wonderful SHPC crowd at a special Chili After Church event on Sunday, January 28, …
Update on Our Afghani Friends
by Laura Chapman Editor's Note: We received word near the end of August 2023 that the Akbarys' asylum application has been approved. Thanks be to God! It’s been 2 years since …
Matthew 25: An Imperative
When Columbia Theological Seminary president Dr. Victor Aloyo visited South Highland in May 2023, he made a big impression with impassioned preaching and teaching. One highlight of his visit was a …
Thinking Outside the Toolbox
I was quite moved during the construction of a Habitat home for the Tonnesha Banks family last fall. On my first day at the build, I noticed a blessing written on …
Inside Matthew 25 at SHPC
South Highland has now completed two years as part of the Matthew 25 Initiative. The goals for this initiative are described on the Presbyterian Mission website. Building congregational vitality by challenging …