Students (7th-12th Grade)

The student ministry of Arrow Heights is the place to be for middle and high school students (grades 7-12) in Broken Arrow. With a regular schedule of worship experiences, Bible studies and small groups, as well as numerous seasonal activities and trips, your student will never lack for opportunities to connect with other students and strengthen their walk with Christ in community.


The Kids! ministry of Arrow Heights Baptist Church encompasses all children from birth through sixth grade. The teachers at Arrow Heights desire that your children have the best possible experience while they are at church. We utilize a digital check-in system and security policies to ensure your child's safety while they are in our care, and our programs are designed to effectively communicate the truth of God's Word in a way that your child can understand. We value our families and children, and we invite you to become a part of our family.

Adult Ministries

Arrow Heights offers adults a variety of opportunities for spiritual growth and fellowship. In addition to Sunday morning small groups, there is a time of teaching and training on Wednesdays with Cross+Training. We also offer GriefShare, a grief support group that meets each semester during the school year. Other special events throughout the year provide times for fellowship, fun, and ministry. Find out what's happening now in these and other ministries by visiting the Upcoming Events page.


At Arrow Heights, we are all about following Jesus in the real-life settings of family, work, school, relationships, even recreation. We are learning to live life according to the Bible. We believe Jesus is Lord, King over us, and His way of life is what is good and right. Learning to live that life is called in church language, discipleship. Some ways that we incorporate discipleship at Arrow Heights are through Congregational Worship, Sunday Morning Small Groups, and our Wednesday evening time, Cross+Training.


Missions is how Arrow Heights discerns our ministries. We encourage the congregation to participate in the various mission opportunities available, from local missions to long-term missions, as well as the cooperative program and seasonal missional offerings.

Homebound Ministry

Inspired by the teachings of Matthew 25:31-46, our church is embarking on a new journey of compassion and support. Our Homebound Ministry is designed to reach out to those among us facing physical limitations that hinder their ability to join us for worship, Bible studies, and other church gatherings.

This special ministry is dedicated to bridging the gap between our homebound members and the rest of our church family. We understand the deep longing for fellowship and connection, especially for those who were once active participants in our church family but are now confined to their homes due to health challenges.

Our mission is to provide both spiritual and practical support, offering visits, sending cards, and ensuring they stay informed about church activities. Many of our homebound members grapple with feelings of isolation and loss, be it in health, companionship, or mobility. They often yearn for spiritual nourishment and connection, which our ministry seeks to provide.

Who better to minister to them than their own church family?