Highland Oaks Church of Christ

Highland Oaks Church of Christ


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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."
What a great day to kickoff with our #BulldogBuddyReaders with #HighlandOaksChurchofChrist
So last weekend we had a goal of 50 composition notebooks... WE BLEW IT AWAY!!! We got over 80!!! Thank you so much for your help!!! 4 more days to donate! I am talking to Beaumont ISD on when to donate all these supplies. I am hoping to drive down there next weekend. And we will need to get a TRAILER to deliver!!!
Kayla has set a goal this weekend to collect 50 composition notebooks since they are on sale for $.50 now! We will be at church on Sunday and look forward to worshiping with you!!! It is so amazing to see her heart and how she wants to serve! Thank you to those who pour into her and show her the love of God!!

Highland Oaks Church of Christ - Dallas

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[04/26/20]   Join us at 10am this morning for worship!



Pat Bills - 1 Thessalonians (April 26, 2020)

Pat's Class on 1 Thessalonians - April 26, 2020


Join Pat Bills, Lead Minister at Highland Oaks, as he dives into 1 Thessalonians 4: 13-18.


Pat's Friday Update - April 24, 2020

Pat's Friday Update - April 24, 2020


A weekly update from Pat Bills, Lead Minister at Highland Oaks Church of Christ.


"Sent in Place" # 4 with Josh Tracy (Wednesday Devotional) - April 22, 2020

HOCC Devotional - Wednesday, April 22, 2020


Join Josh Tracy, Sending and Missions Minister at Highland Oaks, as he discusses reading scripture through the lens of imagination, as well as what it means ...


"Sent in Place" #3 with Betsy Stratton (Monday Devotional) - April 20, 2020

HOCC Monday Devotional - April 20, 2020


Join Betsy Stratton, Community Life Minister at Highland Oaks, as she leads us in the practice of Lectio Divina in Mark 10. Feel free to leave a comment on t...


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Pat Bills - 1 Thessalonians (April 19, 2020)




Pat's Friday Update (April 17, 2020)

Pat's Friday Update - April 17, 2020


A video update from Pat Bills, Lead Minister at Highland Oaks Church of Christ.


"Sent in Place" # 2 (Wednesday Devotional) with Betsy - April 15, 2020

HOCC Wednesday, Devotional - April 15, 2020


Join Betsy Stratton, Community Life Minister, as she asks us this question: "What are some creative ways you're being sent during this time of sheltering in ...


"Sent in Place" #1 (Monday Devotional) with Kevin - April 13, 2020

HOCC Monday Devotional - April 13, 2020 - Sent in Place #1


Today, Kevin Harrington-Bain, Student Minister at Highland Oaks Church of Christ, introduces our new series for the remaineder of April. Join him as he invit...

Sent In Place

Join us starting tomorrow for a new series called "Sent in Place". Watch for videos on Mondays and Wednesdays! #HOCCVision #HOCCSentInPlace


April 12, 2020: Remembering Resurrection Words (Live)

Join us for our Highland Oaks Easter Service - April 12, 2020.

He Is Risen!!


Even though Eater will look much different this year, the story of resurrection remains the pivotal moment in Luke's gospel story. When two angels appear at ...


Good Friday Service Highland Oaks

Highland Oaks Good Friday Service - April 10, 2020


Join us for a contemplative journey into Good Friday at the Highland Oaks Church of Christ. Embrace the darkness of the light of the world being extinguished...


Pat's Friday Update (April 10, 2020)

Pat's Friday Update - April 10, 2020


A video update from Pat Bills, Lead Minister at Highland Oaks Church of Christ.


Passover Celebration Meal

HOCC Passover Celebration Meal - April 9, 2020


Join Chad Higgins, Worship M Before beginning this video, please make sure you've watched the first two videos in the Passover Celebration playlist. inister ...


April 8, 2020 - Wednesday Devotional

Highland Oaks Wednesday Devotional - April 8, 2020


A Wednesday devotional from Marla Finley, Children's Minister at Highland Oaks Church of Christ.

Passover Meal Shopping List


Passover Celebration Meal Preparation

Passover Celebration Meal Preparation


Shalom! Watch this video to get yourself ready to celebrate the Passover. You can find more resources at hocc.org by clicking on the Passover Celebration Mea...


April 6, 2020 - Monday Devotional

HOCC Monday Devotional - April 6, 2020


A Monday Devotional from Pat Bills, Lead Minister at Highland Oaks Church of Christ.


April 5, 2020: Disappointment With God (Live)

Live Stream Service - Sunday, April 5, 2020


Though many might consider Palm Sunday a time for celebration and praise, Luke presents a Savior who is weeping. Are we willing to examine the palm branches ...


April 4, 2020 - Daily Devotional

HOCC Daily Devotional - Saturday, April 4, 2020


A daily devotional from Betsy Stratton, Community Life Minister at Highland Oaks Church of Christ.


Pat Bills - 1 Thessalonians (April 5, 2020)

Pat Bills - 1 Thessalonians (April 5, 2020)


Pat Bills, Lead Minister at Highland Oaks Church of Christ, discusses 1 Thessalonians 4 and what Paul has to say about our sexuality.


Pat's Friday Update (April 3, 2020)

A message from Pat - Friday, April 3, 2020


An update from Pat Bills, Lead Minister at Highland Oaks Church of Christ.


April 3, 2020 - Daily Devotional

HOCC Friday Devotional - April 3, 2020


A daily devotinal from Marla Finley, Children's Minister at Highland Oaks Church of Christ.


April 2, 2020 - Daily Devotional

HOCC Daily Devotional - Thursday, April 2, 2020


A daily devotional from Chad Higgins, Worship Minister at Highland Oaks Church of Christ.

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10805 Walnut Hill Ln
Dallas, TX

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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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