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.
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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


Going On

& Coming Up

Family Camp & Early Registration Discount

The time is now (through March 31) to register and receive a discount for Family Camp at New Life Ranch, May 15-17.
This is a wonderful opportunity to connect, grow, and have fun with other New Heights families.
Both campuses will send families, and we anticipate a sellout. So visit the link above now for more information and to secure your spot!

Lent – Giving Up to Give More

Lent is a traditional season of personal inventory and alignment with God for the celebration of Resurrection Sunday. Consider refraining or fasting from a regular indulgence in the weeks leading up to Easter, in order to spend more or more focused time in reflection and prayer. Also, let sacrificing in some way re-direct you toward sensitivity and action for the practical needs of others. Connect with Jesus in His 40-day Wilderness fast in these ways. Let these thoughts inspire you:
Lent: Beyond Yourself
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The mighty men and women of God in scripture always combined fasting with prayer. Moses, David, Elijah, Esther, Jeremiah, Daniel, Ezekiel, Nehemiah and other prophets from the Old Testament knew the power of fasting and prayer. In the New Testament, Jesus Christ himself fasted forty days in the wilderness when preparing to begin his ministry. He taught and encouraged his disciples to fast with prayer in order to be better prepared and empowered to serve.

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


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.
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.
 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.


Listen Online


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.


Use It or Lose It

Luke records a sobering parable in 19:11-27. Through it, Jesus reveals how stewardship of resources He entrusts to us now affects our future experience of His Kingdom, including the possibility of gracious reward. Those who reject Jesus now are warned that when the King returns, they will face the full weight of His justice.

A Radical Conversion

Jesus engages a corrupt, wealthy, yet curious businessman named Zaccheus in Luke 19:1-10. Nick helps us consider how God pursues us to fill our created core desires for His love and acceptance. Relationship with Jesus sets us free to give and serve others instead of ourselves.

Eyes to See

In Luke 18:31-34 Jesus gets more explicit than ever about His upcoming rejection, sacrificial death, and resurrection. The disciples still did not understand how the Deliverer could suffer such a fate. Rob reminds us that we too can get foggy on God’s Plan as we lock on to certain aspects of Jesus but overlook others. A desperate beggar in verses 35-43 encourages us to trust, worship, and sacrificially follow Jesus through our struggles.

One Time or Recurring

Give Online

At New Heights, we use a simple online resource called GraceBase to process all online giving.  You will need to create an account to set up recurring giving, or you can give anonymously.



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