Church online just got better!
With the desire to support and honor our government officials and organizational guidelines, and for the health of our community, we have moved our service online through Facebook and YouTube Live. Easter Sunday will premier live on both platforms at 8:30, 10:00, and 11:30.
We are excited to connect, worship and lean into God’s Word together as one family online. Each service will be full of passionate worship, an encouraging and relevant message from Pastor Bill, an opportunity to pray with one another, church updates and ways to stay engaged and be the Church. Be sure to invite your friends and family to watch online with you, and we’ll see you at New Heights at Home!
Stay connected and up-to-date by following us on Instagram, liking our Facebook Page and Subscribing to our YouTube channel. Click the icons to go to our pages.
Our NH Kids team have created an online experience tailored to your child’s age group! They will be posting videos throughout the week for your kids to tune in. Subscribe to the church YouTube channel to stay up-to-date!
Our 4eighty team has created an experience for your 6th-12th grader on our Instagram page. Sunday we will release a youth message on IGTV and Youtube. Tuesday service will go live on Instagram at 6pm. Wednesday we will have a morning devotion live on Instagram at 10am. Friday will be an afternoon hang at 3pm live on Instagram. Saturday at 10am will be another live devotion on Instagram.
In other words, make sure to follow @4eightystudents on Instagram to stay up to date on the latest for youth!!
Update on teams and life groups: some of you may want to continue to meet, for others you may want to postpone, and for others you may want to start meeting virtually through platforms such as zoom, google chat, or Facebook messenger. Let’s get creative, but we must stay in community!
We encourage you to look for ways to serve for ways to serve each other during this time. Maybe you can bring someone a meal, run an errand for someone, or reach out via phone call or text. During this time as believers, God is calling us to be selfless, so let’s be kind and considerate of others!
During this time we are partnering with the East Valley Dream Center to provide some essentials for low income families. We would love for you to be a part in whatever way you can. You can pick up these items at a local grocery store and drop them off to a team member at the church on Monday, March 30 from 10-2. If you are unable to bring them during that time you can contact Danny Gonzales, the head of the East Valley Dream Center, at 480-522-4268.
- Body Wash
- Dish Soap
- Laundry Soap
- Bar Soap
- Toilet paper
- Paper Towels
- Hand Soap
- Playing Cards
- Small Family Games