Community & Discipleship

are the primary aims of our Adult Ministry. We believe that God's Word calls believers to cultivate productive relationships with other believers for the sake of growing in holiness and being more effective amabassadors to the world.


The Women’s Ministry at Highview strives to help women discover and embrace God’s created design and mission for their lives, reflecting the beauty and heart of Christ to our world. We are intentional about passing Truth to the next generation. Our Bible studies and events are designed to encourage women to grow in their faith in Christ. We understand that women find encouragement and support through their relationships with other women and feel that one of the best ways to develop these relationships is by joining a group of like-minded women. For more information about connecting with the women's ministry at Highview, contact our Women's Ministry Director, Ruth McCoy.

Senior Adults

The Senior Adults Ministry is open to all those who seek to honor God, by providing opportunities to grow spiritually, fellowship with one another, and reach lost and the unchurched in the community. The abundant life in Christ expressed in John 10:10 defines how many Highview Baptist Senior Adults are living their lives.Through outreach opportunities and involvement in various ministries, this growing ministry encourages senior adults not to "retire" in their service to Christ.

Adult Ministry Staff

Jeff Goodyear, Executive Pastor of Ministries
Scott Long, Discipleship Pastor
David Duncan, Senior Adults and Pastoral Care
Ruth McCoy, Director of Women's Ministry
Bob Melton, Family Pastor (East Campus)
Josh Hardin, Family Pastor (Valley Station Campus)
Darlene Shirley, Ministry Assistant

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do you have men's and women's ministry events?

    We do have some events that are specifically geared towards men or women. Typically, however, we push men and women—both single and married—to develop sustainable, healthy relationships within our church family that will enable them to grow and will challenge them to reach the lost. This is both within a mixed-gender community group and a gender-specific discipleship group.

  • Connecting on Social Media

    Each campus has a Kids Ministry Facebook group where we share helpful information about upcoming events and other important announcements. To request to join a group, visit the page and click "Join Group." East Campus | Fegenbush Campus | Valley Station Campus