Milton campus

Sunday Mornings @ 10:30am

Milton Elementary Cafeteria/gymnasium 

1201 Pike Street, Milton, WV 25541


About Milton

Milton is a small town located in the center of WV's western border and the capital city. Milton was our church's original location when we started in 2012. Milton has proven to be a sending hub for the I-64 corridor and we've seen phenomenal transformation in the town as well. Pastor Will moved to Milton to plant New Heights, seeing a need for a gospel centered church in a strategic area..

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Will Basham - Milton Lead Pastor

Will was born and raised in West Virginia. He married his high school sweetheart, Amanda, and they have three children: Bella, Micah, & Tevah. They're also currently fostering two other children. Will holds a master's degree in theological studies from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary. He planted NH in 2012. As the lead pastor, he casts vision for the church, leads the preaching, and generally oversees the mission.

Email: will@newheightswv.com

Phone: 1-844-HELLO-NH (Ext. 1)

Facebook: /wsbasham

Twitter: @will_basham

Blog: willbasham.com

 

 
  • Location - Milton Elementary Cafeteria/Gymnasium - Taking exit 28, the school is centrally located in Milton.
  • Parking - To find us, just look for bright green New Heights flags, signs, and traffic cones! Our parking attendants will greet you and show you where to go...we even have a parking spot waiting for you up front!
  • Service - Contemporary Service with Full Band lasting around 75 Minutes.
  • Kids - Milton offers 4 Classes for Kids Birth through 5th Grade - Check out our Kids Page for more information.
 

What to Expect at all nH locations

Expect a casual atmosphere and a relevant church service. We love to praise Jesus through music and a full band will lead us through some modern songs as well as some old hymns. One of our pastors will preach a sermon that is first and foremost rooted in the Bible but that is also practical, humorous, and relevant. Don't worry so much about what to wear...most people do not dress up but rather dress however they're comfortable (including the pastors).