HIGHLANDS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (PCA)
Meeting people where they are and helping them become maturing and equipped followers of Christ.
Worshiping Jesus and recognizing the world will know we are his disciples by how we love one another, we strive for intentional, transparent, warm, interdependent body life, welcoming newcomers into a community of grace in the context of mutual accountability.
OUR PASTOR - Tom May
Tom May attended Reformed Theological Seminary from 1983-1986. He and his wife, Linda, served with a Church Planting Team in Paris, France for 11 years. After serving in several churches in the States since 1997, God led them to Highlands in January of 2014.
“Coming to Highlands has been a great experience for us. This church community puts a strong emphasis on relationships and “being the church”, not just “doing church.” After meeting many of the folks here back in November 2013 the word that came to my mind was “unpretentious.” I tell fellow pastors that Highlands is the best kept secret in the PCA. Our Christ-centered focus is lived out as we seek to meet people where they are and help them in their spiritual journey to become maturing and equipped followers of Jesus.” – Tom May
Dr. Robert Borger
Bob Borger serves as Highlands part-time associate pastor. His duties involve pastoral counseling, serving as the Session's clerk, occasional teaching and preaching, and pastoral care. Bob holds a B.S. in Social Work from West Virginia University and an M.Div. and Doctor of Ministry from Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. He has been married to his wife, Jan, for 38 years and together they have four children, seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. In the past 40 years, Bob has served churches in Wisconsin, Michigan, Georgia, and Maryland before returning to Georgia in 2014. Bob has taught marriage counseling at a seminary in Uganda for many years. Together Bob and Jan have a passion for children's ministry and for the church fulfilling its role as salt and light in our community.
Worship & Youth Ministry
Dan found Highlands as a Covenant College student ('00). He now serves as the part time Director of Youth Ministry and Music. He is also a firefighter for the Dalton Fire Department. Dan and his wife Shanna have been married for 18 years and have 4 children.
Dan's desire for youth ministry is to support parents as they lead their kids through the teenage years. He is passionate about seeing young people wrestle with life's biggest questions and develop a coherent, Biblical worldview.
Dan's passion is for corporate singing to be part of the fabric of Highlands life. And for songs to come naturally in times of greatest joy and need.
Administrative Assistant & Children's Ministry Coordinator
Jennifer Fagan serves as the administrative assistant and the coordinator of all of Highlands Children's ministries. She has attended Highlands since her years at Covenant College where she earned a Bachelors degree in Childhood Education ('00). Jennifer has worked as a middle school math teacher in LaFayette schools. Jennifer and her husband Daryl have been married since 2003 and have 3 children. Her vision is for all children to feel God's love at Highlands and to grow deeper in their knowledge of Him and His Word.