Serving isn’t simply about volunteering. It’s also about growing in community and growing in faith.
In the Community
New Heights In Motion provides a way for people to serve in simple, selfless and spiritual ways and impact the community around them. We have relationships with the Clark County Food Bank, schools, senior centers and more.
New Heights also serves the community through two special ministries, Thanksgiving Table and Christmas Sharing Tree. Each year, we collect and distribute food through an effort called Thanksgiving Table. Another ministry, Christmas Sharing Tree collects and distributes gifts for kids and families.
At New Heights
You may be wondering if there’s a place for you to serve at New Heights. After all, things seem to run pretty smoothly week after week. Could we possibly put your service to work too? You bet we can!
New Heights couldn’t exisit without the help of our many volunteers. While it’s certainly not the only way, serving at New Heights is one way to contribute to God’s Church. If you feel He’s calling you to serve, we’d love to hear from you. It’s a great way to meet others and grow in your faith.
Help make an exceptional worship experience. We have opportunities for Greeters, Ushers, Hospitality, and Welcome Center help. This is a great way to connect more deeply within New Heights and meet some great people!
The New Heights Clinic has needs for translators, and medical and dental volunteers, students and professionals. Specifics are listed in the clinic section of this site. Please be sure to review this information.
Wonder what it takes backstage to make the worship services happen? Interested in sound, lights, video, and what goes onscreen? The Tech Ministry may be for you. No prior experience is needed. We’ll train you!
Middle School and High School are formative years in spiritual growth. Our student ministries are rewarding and exciting places to serve. We have a wide range of opportunities. Some of them are working directly with the students. Others support the ministries with behind-the-scenes needs.
Are you handy around the house? Do you get satisfaction out of small tasks that help people? Or maybe you’re the type of person that simply enjoys spending time with folks who could use some company. Helping Hands may be a fit for you. We have a wide range of opportunites that all focus on serving individuals that could use a little extra help.
Even though our weekend worship services end on Sunday, there’s plenty of follow-up work come Monday. If you enjoy either clerical or hands-on labor this may be a great opportunity for you to get to know more folks at New Heights as you serve.