As the faithful are quick to attest, it’s not where you meet that matters. But why. The Church of the Highlands location in Troy joins the fold of more than 20 branches of Alabama’s largest church. Indeed, Church of the Highlands boasts a thriving congregation, with a reported 52,163-person weekly attendance across all campuses.
Troy Enters the Flock
With Troy’s entry in August, our city joins a string of recent Highlands’ church openings, including new locations in Huntsville, Fultondale, Auburn, and Gadsden. As of now, the Church of the Highlands’ reach stretches from North Alabama to Western Georgia.
The Troy Highlands’ exploratory meeting drew more than 200 people to the Trojan Center in March. Associate Pastor Layne Schranz presided over the gathering. After encouraging signs, Pastor Chris Hodges announced the Church of the Highlands location in Troy.
A Growing Mission
With home base in Irondale, Church of the Highlands streams Sunday sermons to 21 branches. Out of those 21, 10 reside in permanent, brick-and-mortar sites purchased by the church. All land acquired by the Highlands came from church coffers, without the help of loans.
In addition to the Church of the Highlands location in Troy, Highlands has other plans for growth: five Birmingham-area locations will soon boast permanent homes. Final property procedures are underway for Woodlawn, West Birmingham, McCalla, Sylacauga, and Alabaster.
The Church of the Highlands location in Troy plants a new meeting place that offers sturdy roots. We’re excited by this new addition to our hometown!
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