The following FAQ section should answer most, if not all, of your questions. If you have a question not found here, please let us know. Contact us directly, and we’ll be happy to answer it!
As they travel at a higher speed, for the safety of others, rollerblades, Heelies, roller skates, scooters, and bicycles are not allowed in the Highland We Walk 5k.
Due to the size of the event, bag check is NOT AVAILABLE to event participants. We Walk participants are encouraged to keep any bags with them at all times.
You can pick up your t-shirt between after each Gathering on Sunday, Nov. 7 in the Life Center Lobby at the Go Table, or you can pick up your t-shirt when you check in for the walk, starting at 2:30pm, in the Gold Lot.
Yes. The person picking up the t-shirt will simply need the participant’s name.
Yes, we have paramedics, deacons, and police officers patrolling the course. If you need assistance, just ask a volunteer or an officer for help. There will be golf carts roaming the course as well and are available to provide any necessary assistance. We also have three water stops located along the course.
We will provide water for our participants along the route at no charge. We will also have water and snacks at the finish line.
Absolutely! We will ask those with strollers to line up at the back of the pack for everyone’s safety. Don’t forget to register your child, if they are 3 years and up, so they can get an official We Walk t-shirt with registration.
We will walk unless there’s severe weather (lightning in particular). Check the We Walk website for updates.
Proceeds from the We Walk 5k will benefit Highland ministry partners.
Park in the Red lot on the corner of Trice and 30th Street or in the Green lot at the South corner of 30th and Lasker next to the Life Center (please enter Green lot from Lasker or 30th) or the in smaller Gold Lot near 31st. We ask that you are respectful of our surrounding neighbors’ homes and refrain from parking on the streets around the church campus.
Online registration closes on Sunday, Nov. 7 at noon. You can still register at the event for the same price, but we will only accept cash or check. *T-shirt with registration will be available until Sunday, Oct. 24 at 11:59pm.
Due to our updated insurance policy, no dogs will be allowed on the course.
Of course not! You are welcome to create your own smaller loop. You will be able to turn around at any point and head back to the start/finish.
There’s no one timing you, and no pressure to finish the walk. Feel free to go at your own pace.
No, this is a neighborhood walk. Our goal is to benefit the community and to come together in fellowship and prayer for the community we serve, as well as raise funds for Highland ministry partners.