The primary purpose of the Church as given by Jesus Christ is to “Go and make disciples of all people, baptizing them in the Name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey all that I have commanded” (see Matthew 28:18-20).

A disciple is a “student” of a Teacher – an “apprentice” to a Master – one who follows in the footsteps of Another so as to become like Him.

“Discipleship” is the intentional practice of learning from Jesus so as to become like Him.

The primary practices of a disciple are prayer, study, and service.

Opportunities to practice these disciplines are provided at East Highland and can be seen by clicking on the links in this section.