Locking arms with other churches is vital to the global mission of Jesus. We're thankful for networks of churches that pour into us and we eagerly pour into new churches.
North American Mission Board
New Heights was planted as a Southern Baptist Church and is funded and fueled by the North American Mission Board (NAMB). We continually work with NAMB to raise up new church planters and start new churches. NAMB helps us fund a pipeline of developing leaders in our church and in our state.
New Heights is part of Acts 29, which is a diverse global family of church planting churches. Specifically, we're a part of the North Atlantic Network, which spans from Virginia up through Maine. Pastor Will is the area leader for Act 29 in West Virginia and leads area cohorts and conferences.
Cross Lanes Baptist Church
CLBC is the sending church for New Heights. They offer us coaching, accountability, and financial support. They have been an integral part of the mission of New Heights from day one and continue to help us fulfill that mission.
New Hill Church
New Hill is a church plant in Medina, OH. Lead Pastor and planter, Michael Meadows helped plant our church and was sent out from our church as a missionary three years later. A portion of our tithes and offerings go directly to the mission of New Hill.
New Haven Church
New Haven is a church plant in Logan County, West Virginia. Josh Robinson is the church planter for New Haven and he's completing a residency with our church. We're excited to see gospel work in the southern part of our state and hope to continue to send people and resources to this nearby work. A portion of tithes and offerings go directly to the mission of New Haven.
Philadelphia Church is located in Ternopil, Ukraine. This church is led by Pastor Edik Kurat. He and his family live in a city of a quarter of a million people but only a few protestant churches. Our church loves this international partnership and it's a joy for us to send resources and people to Ukraine. A portion of our tithes and offerings go directly to Philadelphia Church to support gospel work in Ternopil.