Highland Oaks Church of Christ

Highland Oaks Church of Christ


Listening online from Denver, CO. Thank you for preaching the truth. God will not abandon you. My birthday is circled.
I am looking for a gravesite “look up” in the Western Heights Cemetery in Dallas to confirm if a family member is buried there. Also, I’m looking for details (plot number/name, etc), if any, on two other family members that are buried in same cemetery, according to the”FindAGrave.com” (FaG) site. FaG lists the Trinity Oaks Church of Christ as the organization that maintains said cemetery. However, when I search for a tele # or an email address for Trinity Oaks, I find none. The cemetery is located in the NW corner of Ft. Worth Ave. Exact address 1617 Ft. Worth Ave, Dallas, Texas, 75208. Do you know if Trinity Oaks has changed names or if some other Church of Christ in the area is now maintaining the records, if any. This is the where Clyde (of Bonnie and Clyde fame) is buried, but I’m looking for my 3 King relatives from early 1900s that were not famous. I live in Georgia and would like to visit the cemetery once the pandemic is over. Any advice will be appreciated.
THANK YOU! Thank you to the Praise Team, the Technical Team and Staff and Ministry Team members who continually bless us with meaningful, uplifting, inspiring worship opportunities. Philippians 1:3 "Every time I think of you, I give thanks to my God."
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Thank you for the daily devotional! I’m truly enjoying them!
This was written by a friend of mine from high school (Woodrow Wilson) and posted to his page regarding our beloved Mr. English. Drew Diener is a wonderful writer. I thought this was worthy enough to forward. ❤️ FYI: "Everyone needs a champion...that person who is unfailingly in your corner, always supporting you, always encouraging you, always believing in you, always rooting for you no matter what. When I began my teaching career at Skyline High School in Dallas, Texas 17 years ago, I needed a champion, and I found one in Ward English. Ward came to Skyline High School as the Dean of Instruction at the beginning of my second year of teaching. He began his career in public education as an English teacher in the 1970's and ultimately moved into administration. But unlike many administrators who seemed to forget their classroom roots, Ward never lost touch with teachers, and was in turn, revered by most of all of us. -Not because he was the always the most pleasant person to deal with, because he was not, but because we knew he deeply cared about us and most of all, about the children we were entrusted to educate. When I walked into Ward’s office in August 2005 a few days before school started and nervously informed him that I would be leaving at the end of the school year to attend law school, I expected him to tell me not to bother to set up my classroom. But instead he held me in his gaze, a warm smile washing across his bespectacled visage, and gently and sincerely told me: “I’m gonna to miss you Bubba.” Ward unhesitatingly wrote letters of recommendation and encouraged me throughout the application process. After I moved to Oregon and started law school, I did not think I would ever hear from Ward again. But sure enough, that first winter in the Northwest brought a Christmas card in the mail from Ward. I knew then that I had made a friend for life. There would be no shaking Ward English. Each subsequent Christmas brought another card from Ward, and with it a lengthy, single-spaced letter recapping in sometimes mind-numbing detail just about everything he had done during the previous year. Readers were regaled with tales of the good life he was living now that he had retired -- the Canasta games he played with his closest friends, the Texas Rangers games he attended in the hot summer sun (he was die-hard fan and season-ticket holder), the hearty lunches and dinners at this restaurant or that one with former colleagues (he loved to eat), the Sunday school class he taught at his church (he loved children and was a true Christian), the trips he took here, there and everywhere (he always seemed to be going on or planning his next cruise), the former students, colleagues and otherwise notable people he encountered at the polls each election day (the consummate citizen, he volunteered at polling sites each year), the One-Act Play and Academic Decathlon competitions he judged (he was a staunch supporter of these extra-curricular activities and got me involved as an Academic Decathlon coach when I was at Skyline). Since I joined Facebook nine years ago, I have used it as a venue for my first love – writing. And my favorite subject to write about has always been my dad, the late Paul Diener, who died October 10, 1984 when I was 10. Ward never tired of my stories about my dad, a man he never knew in person, but came to know and revere through my stories. Ever my champion, Ward unfailingly posted thoughtful and encouraging comments about those stories, emboldening me to continue to share them and to not stop believing in my abilities as a writer and storyteller. Two days ago, my champion, who had recently beaten cancer, fell and hit his head. Yesterday, October 10, 2018, he died. In reading the posts on Ward’s page today, a realization hit me. Ward English was not just my champion. He was the champion of each and every one of the thousands of students, teachers, colleagues, neighbors, friends, family members, and Rangers fans whose lives he touched. I'm gonna miss you Bubba, and so is everyone else."

Highland Oaks Church of Christ - Dallas

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Back Then Right Now - Episode 1

When Jesus talks about anger, there’s more going on than it may appear. Join Kevin and Betsy as they dive deeper into the cultural context and background behind the topics from this week’s sermon, because how things were back then matters a lot for how we follow Jesus right now.


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youtube.com When Jesus talks about anger, there’s more going on than it may appear. Join Kevin and Betsy as they dive deeper into the cultural context and background beh...

Matthew 5:21-26

Sometimes our anger feels so familiar and comfortable that we choose it over the tools and characteristics that actually allow us to move further into the way of Jesus. For our hearts to be set free, we must choose the hard work of reconciliation, forgiveness, and love. For out of our hearts, our mouths speak, our hands do, and our lives move. #hoccheartsetfree #HOCCVision #hoccgrowing

Wherever you find yourself this morning, we hope you’ll join us on YouTube for an hour of worship. We will listen to and discuss the words of Jesus from the Sermon on the Mount as part of our new series, “Heart Set Free”. #HOCCVision #HOCCGrowing #HOCCHeartSetFree


In December we had a chance to practice loving well with “Merry Mail”, an opportunity to share some jolly joy with others at HOCC!

We aren’t letting that opportunity stay in 2020!

Each month of this year, plan to receive a “Love First” challenge.

Here’s January’s challenge to get you started! As you participate, post stories or pictures using the tag #HOCCLoveFirst so we can celebrate how far our acts of kindness extend!


January 3, 2021 - A Strong Foundation (Live)

Today is a new morning. In a new year. Spend an hour worshipping with us and renew your vows to discipleship and to life on the strong foundation. #HOCCVision


youtube.com As we begin a new year in the life of our church family, we are reminded of the importance of our vision for loving, growing, and sending. In this, we hear a...


December 27, 2020 - Nothing But Joy (Live)

Join us as we worship today!


youtube.com As we close the book on one year and look forward to the next, we listen to James and learn the value of naming the tests and trials of 2020. By looking back...


Christmas Eve Service, December 24, 2020

Gather your loved ones around (in person or virtually) and worship with us this Christmas Eve! The link below leads you to a service you can watch at anytime tonight! #adventathocc #hoccvision


youtube.com Join us this Christmas Eve for a special celebration of the gift of Emmanuel into our world and as we hear the joyous refrain, “O Holy Night!” This virtual s...


HOCC Kids’ Christmas Musical 2020

Do yourself a favor and watch this joy filled HOCC Children's Ministry Christmas Musical 2020! This video is guaranteed to bring a smile to your face!

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youtube.com Bringing Christmas cheer and a retelling of the Christmas Story to you from the HOCCkids.com family of Highland Oaks.We may be socially-distanced, but we’re ...


HOCC Kids’ Trailer for the Christmas Musical 2020

Missing some Christmas traditions!? Well here is one that can continue! Our Children’s Christmas Musical! 2020 Style!

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youtube.com It’s been our tradition to hold a Christmas Musical in Kids Town each year. This year the children’s musical is held in your living room and was filmed in ho...

Recieving The Gifts of Advent: Love

One of our HOCC family, Ava Campbell, tells a beautiful story about how receiving love can have lasting impact. I’ll invite you to check out this authentic and encouraging video and then leave your own stories about receiving love in the comments below!

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When we see the favor of the Lord fall upon our lives and truly understand the phrase “For nothing will be impossible with God”, our hearts can be moved to mirror the response of Mary. To receive God’s love without condition or fear and allow ourselves to wholeheartedly pursue life alongside of Godself.

Luke 1:37-38

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Based on the people already signed up, our HOCC family will be sending over 80 cards or packages this week for our Merry Mail Challenge!

It isn’t too late! Sign up to send out some mail and let’s get that number over 100!


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December 6, 2020 - Come Let Us Adore (Live)

Happy Sunday! We’d love to worship with you online at 10am! Come Let Us Adore!


youtube.com Faithfulness in this advent season begins with our longing to see God as the love for the world. Join us as we gather with the angels and journey to witness ...

Vespers for Advent Introduction

It isn’t too late to jump in or catch up on our Advent Vespers. Here’s the Introduction and you can find the first four days on our YouTube Channel now!


Looking for a way to reconnect with God during the Advent season? Look no further and join us for the 28 days of Advent, as we meditate, pray and reflect on ...

On Wednesdays we share!

Leave your answers in the comments!

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Giving Tuesday

What does #GivingTuesday look like for us at HOCC?


Once again, the families we serve have requested Gift Cards so that they can purchase what their children need/want. Approximately 160 children have signed up for Christmas and we would like each child to receive a $50 Walmart Gift Card. This totals $8,000, and we need your help.

If you are able to donate to Caring and Sharing in addition to your general contribution, it would be greatly appreciated!

You can do so by check (made out to HOCC with Caring and Sharing in the tag line) or through our on-line payment service, Subsplash.


Go ahead! Make your donation now in honor of Giving Tuesday!

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Monday Advent Reminder

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Calling all “Hope Dealers”!

Sermon Sending Challenge for this week:

What’s one specific way you can share hope with your community this week?

Comment below to share your plan!

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Happy Thanksgiving!

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HOCC Family!

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Feedback Time!

What are you most grateful for about your HOCC Family?

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Highland Oaks

Join in person or online this morning at 10 as we discussed "Blessed".

It is unfortunate that "blessed" has become a way to categorize superficial spirituality. But Jesus didn't just use the word "blessed," he embodied the quality and bestowed it upon those around him. This morning we explore what it means to be "blessed" by God so we may live lives of blessing to others and our world.




The Names of God with Pat Bills - Week 2 (November 15, 2020)

The Names of God with Pat Bills - Week 2 (November 15, 2020)


youtube.com Join Pat Bills, Lead Minister at Highland Oaks, as he takes us through the second week of the Names of God study. This week we look into the name "Elohim."


The Names of God with Pat Bills - Week 1 (November 8, 2020) - YouTube

The Names of God with Pat Bills - Week 1 (November 8, 2020)


youtube.com Join Pat Bills, Lead Minister at Highland Oaks, as we begin a new study where we come to know more fully the many names of God.


Highland Oaks

Join us for live online worship this morning at 10am. We will begin a new sermon series entitled "Focus Forward". We hope you will join us!



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10805 Walnut Hill Ln
Dallas, TX

General information

Service Times Bible Class from 9:00am - 10:00am Worship begins at 10:15am

Opening Hours

Monday 08:30 - 04:30
Tuesday 08:30 - 04:30
Wednesday 08:30 - 04:30
Thursday 08:30 - 04:30
Sunday 09:00 - 12:00
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