We are so excited about the 7th annual Race to the Heights 5k which will take place at the Church of the Highlands Grants Mill campus! It will start at the north entrance and proceed onto Overton Road. The "Race to the Heights 5K" is a fun race that offers two different course options: road and trail. The scenic trail course is for advanced runners and is carved out through the woods behind the church. The road race goes down Overton Road and is stroller and pet friendly. We are excited to announce that this years race will include dri-fit race shirts, prizes for top finishers in each category, and awesome door prizes!
The road course is certified by USA Track & Field under measurement certificate code AL14062JD.
We are thrilled to announce our new beneficiaries for this years event! This year we will be benefitting Grace House, Trafficking Hope, Christ Health Center, and The Birmingham Dream Center, Lifeline Children's Services, and ARC. Grace House ministries is a residential group home facility located in Fairfield, Alabama. They serve girls ages 6-21 that have been abused and/or neglected and removed from the custody of their parents or families. For more information please check out: http://www.grace-house.org/#!aboutus/csgz. Trafficking Hope exists to eradicate sex trafficking across the nation while empowering churches and local organizations. You can find out mroe about this organization at www.traffickinghope.com. Christ Health Center is a mission focused medical left in Woodlawn, Alabama. They offer medical, dental, and pharmacy needs and are committed to the physical, mental, and spiritual well-being of each patient. For more information follow this link: http://christhealthleft.org/. The Birmingham Dream Center is the outreach ministry left for Church of the Highlands and is also located in Woodlawn, Alabama. For more information check out: http://highlandsdreamleft.com/about. Lifeline Children Services mission is found in James 1:27 and is to care for the orphaned and vulnerable child. More information can be found here: www.lifelinechild.org. The ARC, or Association of Related Churches, works with church planters and leaders to provide support, resources, and guidance to launch and grow life-giving churches. Find out more at www.arcchurches.com .