It’s been a year. That simple sentence holds a wealth of meanings that we all feel on an almost visceral level, no further explanation needed. It’s been a strange year, a challenging year, a painful year. Most, if not all, of us have suffered physical, emotional, social, or spiritual damage. We all feel the weight of this season, and we’re all so ready for it to be over. And so we cry out: let the healing begin!
Highland’s vision is to be a natural sanctuary where people of all ages can come to revitalize their spirits and refresh their relationships. As we’ve mentioned before, we have felt a special call to share that natural sanctuary with people in this strange year when outdoor settings have carried special significance. Even in this year when we have been so limited in the guests we can serve, we have delighted in hosting the individuals and families that have come to camp, to hike, to sit by the stream, to meet with friends out in nature. We know that there is very real healing to be found in such simple things, and we have rejoiced for each person who has come to Highland and experienced that feeling of sanctuary.
Now that we are looking forward to restrictions lifting in the weeks and months ahead, we are eager to get back to a place of health that will enable us to serve more families and groups that are in need of a natural sanctuary, a place of rejuvenation, and the opportunity to heal. To kick-start this season of healing, we’re planning some special days for people of all ages to come out to Highland and simply enjoy themselves in the natural setting we have been blessed with. Click a button below to learn more about the free activities and fundraiser opportunities that will be part of the Highland Days events.