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About HPC

Founded in 1903, there were eight churches in Houston Heights. While Heights Presbyterian Church was not the first congregation established in the Heights, it is the oldest church still worshipping in the Heights. In the very beginning, Heights Presbyterian was known as The First Presbyterian Church. Since then, Heights Presbyterian Church has served the Heights community and believes that God created us to live life fully with all the joy, grace and love we can - God is good, even when life is challenging.

On March 26, 2014, a devastating electrical fire destroyed the HPC educational building and heavily damaged the church sanctuary, which sustained smoke and water damage. Since then, the sanctuary has been completely re-built and is once again the center of Heights Presbyterian’s worship services.

As we step boldly into the future, we carry this same vision with us, to have a living and active faith. We always welcome your ideas and suggestions to better our community. Please let us know how we can help serve our community and come see how you can get involved here.

We are a small congregation with a big heart that is passionate about helping our community. We have a community meal on the last Saturday of every month and we serve a Thanksgiving dinner for anyone who needs a comfy meal on that special day. We love to sit and talk to our neighbors and hear their stories. All are welcome.

We participate in White Linen Nights along with Mistle Toe Madness for the Heights area. Our ladies of the church have been sewing quilts that are taken to the Children's Assessment Center along with nursing homes as special gifts. They prepare sack lunches to have on hand for those that come knocking and need a meal.

Please come visit, get involved, and see how you can help us grow.