New Heights started with phrases such as “Come as you are”, “No perfect people allowed”, “Love God & Love Others” and “We want to remain, God-centered, Bible-based, Spirit-led, Outward-focused and Community-minded.”
At New Heights we hope to create a safe place for folks to come to investigate the claims of Christ on their schedule and God’s timeline. When someone discovers a personal relationship with Jesus, we expect them to learn with us follow Christ in all things He has taught.
AWANA is an acronym for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed. AWANA is a
children’s and youth ministry that focuses on the Bible. Bible lessons are shared each
week Game time is always fun. A portion of the weekly sessions include AWANA
Book Time. Each age group has a book they will work through, as they progress awards
are earned and “AWANA Bucks” are given to spend at the AWANA Store we prepared 3
or 4 times throughout the year. AWANA is in session during the school year and meets
on Sundays from 6:00 to 8:00 PM. AWANA starts in the fall with those 3 year old
through Jr. High students.
Youth Bible Study
The Youth generally meet on Wednesdays from 7:00 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. throughout the year. Led by Klinton, the youth are challenged with reading the Bible or all its worth, deep theology, hard questions and taking God seriously. For Middle School-High School.
Wednesday Night Prayer Group
This group meets from 6:30 to 7:30 on Wednesday evenings for an hour devoted to prayer.
Right Now Media
New Heights subscribes and makes available to anyone looking for some video studies
on Right Now Media. To sign up for this resource, one will need to provide an email
address to the pastor or church secretary. There are literally 1000s of Christian studies
that target a variety of topics from apologetics to Veggie Tale videos for the children.
Most popular are the studies that focus on one book in the Bible at a time.