We exist to lead people to experience the God who can change their life.

Our mission determines and dictates everything we do. It is the filter by which we run all decisions through, so that we have unity, clarity and precision as we execute with all excellence the vision of our church. Our mission is our final destination, the overall goal of the journey.


Through the power of the Holy Spirit, we believe that God is still calling us to the same mission that Jesus has, found in Luke 4.


The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recovery of sight for the blind, to set the oppressed free. Luke 4:18 NIV


At Heights, there are many different church backgrounds represented. While we celebrate our differences, we also need to come under the same vision and speak the same language, so that we can be the most effective we can be.


Our values help us create a clear culture so that you can come in and know how and why we do what we do. This is how we roll – the core values that guide and shape everything we do:

Because we choose to put God first, we believe that God has immeasurably more for us. We sit on the edge of our seats in anticipation.

Because our Father gave everything to us, our time, talent, and resources will reflect His place in our lives. It’s a joy for us to give to others.

Because fake is exhausting, God wants us, not the person you pretend to be.

Because “me first” makes me miserable, we prefer others above ourselves. We believe what we’re a part of is bigger than the role we play. We happily know that this is not about “me”.

Because everything we do reflects Jesus, we believe everything we do should be excellent. We will raise the temperature, tone, and mood of everything around us.

Because church isn’t an organization you join, but a family that you need to belong to, we fight to make sure there’s always room for more. Welcome home!

Because we love serving God and people, this isn’t an obligation, it’s a privilege. Serving isn’t what we do, it’s who we are. It’s not a “have to”, it’s a “get to”.

Because heaven and hell are realities, we will never stop moving. We will, “by all means” run our race to win and one day hear, “Well done”.


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