Discipleship Resources

Find messages and lessons on The Highlands app for our Kids, Middle School and High School Students, Celebrate Recovery, and Spanish ministries. We also livestream our Sunday morning and Wednesday evening services on the app and include fill-in message notes for each sermon. Download the app here for access to all of these great resources and more to help keep you and your loved ones focused on God's Word through this difficult time!

We also have various how-to videos available under the Discipleship tab on the app regarding Bible study, prayer, hosting watch parties and meetings, etc. Once again, you can download the app here for access to these helpful resources.

Church Resources

On the 2nd and last Saturday of every month, we are hosting a Drive-Thru Food Pantry from 12:30PM-1:00PM, in which families in need can receive food items as well as prayer. If you are in need, we would love for you to join us, and please be sure to share this information with anyone you know who has a need!

We also have a list of volunteers who are able to help with grocery shopping or other tasks for the elderly and others who are not able to leave their homes. If you  need assistance or would like to volunteer to help, please call the church offices at 661.273.1000 or email us at

Community Resources

Maintaining our mental health is extremely important, and Associated Christian Therapy Services has various Christian therapists who are able to  offer counseling during this challenging time. Visit their website here. We also offer Biblical guidance through The Highlands. Contact our church offices at 661.273.1000 to set up an appointment.

Grace Resources and AV Dream Center also offer various resources to the underserved populations of the Antelope Valley. Visit Grace Resources website here and visit AV Dream Center's website here.

Cognitive decline, deteriorating health, and limited mobility are just a few of the issues that come with aging, and that can make it harder for seniors to live independently. However, with proper preparation, appropriate home care services, and a strong network of support, seniors can thrive at home.

To help aging adults and their families navigate this option, we developed a resource that covers the programs, services, payment options, and providers for senior residents that are available in California. You can review our guides here:

COVID-19 Informational Resources

For statistics and updates as well as guidance and prevention, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website here.

You can also visit the United States Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration website here for further tips and updates on the Coronavirus.

***If you are aware of additional helpful resources, for the community or otherwise, please be sure to email us at