How it all started...

In 2016, Pastor Josh Robinson was ordained and commissioned by New Heights Church and Acts 29 Network to plant a church in the heart of the Coalfields in West Virginia. The church started off as believers gathering, learning about, and worshipping the Lord together in homes.

During this phase of the church plant, it was obvious that God’s will to bless this church plant. Week after week, people were piling into homes. People were being baptized in Tractor Supply horse troughs in garages. Things were bursting at the seams and homes were being outgrown as meeting locations. 

Expanding the vision...

In early-2017, the church began public gatherings for corporate worship together in Logan County. They originally gathered in Chapmanville Regional High School.

In late-2017 the church moved just outside of downtown Logan gathering  at Heritage Primary Christian School. The church gathered there until mid-2018 and moved back to its Beacon Ridge Road location in Chapmanville. For three years there, the church thrived and grew.

After three years of being in Logan County, the church thrived and grew so much that it eventually outgrew its meeting location. While many churches struggled during the COVID pandemic, New Haven Church grew. Every Sunday, the parking lot was so full that people were having to park on the edge of Corridor G to walk into the building.

In 2021, the church moved to and was able to purchase to a historic building in the heart of downtown Madison in Boone County. The first services in Madison was Good Friday and Easter Sunday. 

Where we are headed...

New Haven Church has now grown exponentially from its humble beginnings in homes.

The church is very engaged in the community and works along side of organizations like the City of Madison, the Boone County Sheriff’s Department, and the Boone County Quick Response Team and churches and church planting organizations like New Heights Church and Acts 29 Network to see their community thriving in a wholistic way. 

New Haven Church loving God by worshipping Him and giving glory to Him and loving neighbor by opening their doors to serve the homeless, needy, and the community at large. The church prays for more opportunities to serve the community in new ways and for opportunities to plant churches in the surrounding counties to replicate the work of God across the Coalfields.

New Haven Church continues to labor in the Coalfields for the purposes of seeing Madison transformed into a Garden City for the glory of God. 

Be a part of our story...

Join us every Sunday as we gather to worship together at 11 am.