Sunday Morning Worship: 11:00 a.m.
What you’ll See: When arriving at New Heights Christian Church, you’ll see a wide spectrum of ages, nationalities, and people gathering together to worship our wonderful Savior. You’ll see children smiling and ready to be taught the Bible stories that will shape their faith, and you’ll see adults hugging and loving their Christian family as they gather to worship together. You’ll see some folks dressed up, and some dressed casually, but that is not the focus of our time. Our focus is Jesus, and His life, and what He has called us to do.
Order of Service: Our worship service begins at 11:00 a.m., with a welcome from our pastor. During this time we offer prayers, praise, and songs to the Lord, followed by the reading of Scripture, giving of offerings, teaching of the Word and brief time of reflection.
What we Sing: We realize that music is a very important part of a Christian’s life. The music we sing at NHCC is a blend of old and new songs. We love the doctrinally rich hymns of the past, and we find great blessings in the worship songs of today. Because of the diversity of our culture, we realize there are many different genres of music we have not previously encountered. Therefore, rather than making the style of music our focus, we endeavor to focus on content of the song and the Lord to whom we sing. You will not be watching a show, but are encouraged to sing in one voice praises to our Savior who redeemed us from our sinful condition.
What you’ll Hear: The preaching of NHCC is verse-by-verse exposition. The goal of expositional preaching is to declare the meaning of a particular biblical passage. Sermons typically last between 45-50 minutes and will be filled with in-depth truth that will impact every area of our lives. Our preaching is Christ-centered and gospel-driven.
In Summary: At a typical church service at New Heights, you’ll smile, laugh, and even cry a little perhaps. You’ll make a new friend, and maybe see some old ones. You’ll sing, listen, and learn about God’s love, judgment, and grace on our lives. You’ll leave, usually with a renewed vision of God and His glory, and how much you need Him in your life.