Wednesday, 24 July 2024


Sunday Worship - 9:00 am

Sunday School - 10:30 am


Established May 2009, Little Rock, AR


Sunday Morning Worship - 9:00 AM

Sunday School - 10:30 AM




New Millennium has adopted a refreshingly different approach to Sunday school and Bible study than traditional churches. Rather than using conventional materials, we have chosen to study religious books in conjunction with scripture.




Come join us for inspiring, educational, engaging, spirit-filled and lively discussions!

We are currently studying The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Color Blindness written by Michelle Alexander.

 The New Jim Crow


Below are the previous books we've studied:


The Spirituals and the BluesThe Spirituals and the Blues by James Cone 

Where Do We Go From HereWhere Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community? by Martin Luther King, Jr. 

Journeys Toward Justice: A Guide for Congregational Study by Taurean J. Webb, Itihari Toure, PhD and Iva E. Carruthers, PhD of the Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference, Inc.

To Serve This Present AgeTo Serve This Present Age: Social Justice Ministries in the Black Church by Danielle L. Ayers and Reginald W. Williams, Jr. 

Jesus and the Disinherited by Howard Thurman

Transitioning – Leading Your Church Through Change by Dan Southerland

Velvet Elvis by Rob Bell

IT'S TIME... a Journey Toward Missional Faithfulness by Daniel Vestal

My Moral Odyssey by Samuel Proctor

Jesus, the Bible, and Homosexuality by Jack Rogers

 The New Being by Paul Tillich The New Being by Paul Tillich 

God is Not a Christian by Desmond TutuGod is Not a Christian by Desmond Tutu

The Cross and the Lynching Tree by James ConeThe Cross and the Lynching Tree by James Cone

Ministry With Prisoners & Families: The Way Forward by W. Wilson Goode Sr., Charles E. Lewis Jr.Ministry With Prisoners & Families: The Way Forward by W. Wilson Goode Sr., Charles E. Lewis Jr.

Radical ReconciliationRadical Reconciliation: Beyond Political Pietism and Christian Quietism
by Allan Boesak and Curtiss Paul DeYoung

Strength to LoveStrength to Love
by Martin Luther King, Jr.

The Shack
The Shack by William Paul Deyoung