New Heights Church Bentonville

In the Community

New Heights Bentonville launched in the Spring of 2013 as a church plant of New Heights Church in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Informational meetings led to monthly services, and eventually a weekly service at an incredible location in the heart of downtown Bentonville. New Heights meets every Sunday Morning at 10:30 in the Old High Middle School auditorium.
Looking for New Heights Church in Fayetteville?  Visit newheightschurch.com to learn more.

Intimate and passionate worship fuels what we do, and it sensitizes us to God’s power and presence. It’s our highest calling.

The Church Team

Staff

Going On

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All Worship & Ministry in Commons Area July 12

Join us in the Cafeteria-Commons area Sunday, July 12. You can park in the main Old High lot and enter through the playground entrance (Early Childhood Ministry will be here). Or you can park in the RE Baker lot in front of the Commons, accessed via NW 3rd St. Elementary Ministry will be close to this entrance.
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We believe all people matter to God. We believe that we are especially called to care for the hurting, the broken, the poor, and the marginalized.

The Body of Christ

Ministries

Children
We offer Sunday morning Children’s Ministry for the following age groups: Birth-24 mos., 2-3, 4-5, & K-6th grades. K-6th has a big group worship time and then breakout small groups: K-2nd boys, K-2nd girls, 3rd-6th boys, & 3rd-6th girls. You will need to check your children in before you head into the worship service.  A greeter will point you to our Children’s Ministry check-in table. If it is your first Sunday to visit New Heights, come about ten minutes early so we have plenty of time to get your kids checked in. Email Mark Hale for more information.
Students
We include 7th-12th grade students with the adults in the main worship service. Emily and Taylor Amadon lead the teens in Sunday evening gatherings and other activities. Email Taylor Amadon for more information. 
Small Groups
We invite you to join a small group to get involved in Christ-centered Community and in Gospel Mission with us. If you are new to New Heights, Discovery is an 8-week introduction to New Heights’ beliefs and ministry approach. Through Discovery, you will also get to know others far better than by simply attending the worship services. Email Rob Alexander to get connected.
Service
 One of our main priorities is Christ-sharing service to each other and to others in Bentonville and beyond. There are all sorts of ways we do so, on Sunday mornings and throughout the week. We would love to help you serve others in Jesus’ name. Email Adam Fortin if you are interested in serving with us.
In the Community

Partner Ministries

We value the Word of God. We read it, meditate on it, teach it, and apply it to our lives by embracing Biblical values as a lifestyle.

Messages

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Listen to recent sermons from New Heights Church Bentonville online, or subscribe to the podcast on iTunes. Don’t see the sermon you are looking for? You can look through the entire archive here.

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Resurrection Help & Hope

Luke 24 opens with the Empty Tomb. Jesus’ Disciples tell us that He appeared in bodily form to more than 500 people over 40 days following His crucifixion. Rob cites other historical evidence for the Resurrection, describes barriers to belief that remain, and reminds us of the supernatural help and hope that empower followers of the Resurrected Christ.
*Sorry – Rob opens by referring to a Secondhand Lions clip that didn’t record; there is also a 1:45 minute silence during another clip later in the message.

The Cross & Personal Choice

Luke 23:26-56 details the crucifixion, death, and burial of Jesus. And it describes personal responses to Jesus in the process. Jim Hall gives us OT prophecy that was fulfilled and key meanings of the cross. He also challenges us to remember that individual responses to God’s Revelation, especially to Jesus, have serious consequences both for individuals and our collective society.

Injustice for All

Though perfectly righteous, Jesus suffered all kinds of injustice on our behalf. In Luke 22:63-23:25, we see Him go through four unjust “trials” at the hands of others before His crucifixion. Ron Sweeney helps us recognize four corresponding paradigms that block faith in Jesus to this day.

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At New Heights, we use a simple online resource called Elexio to process all online giving.  You will need to create an account to set up giving, but it is quick and simple. If you have any questions along the way, let us know and we will be glad to help.

 

 

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