Nazarenes in the News is a compilation of online news articles featuring Nazarene churches or church members.
Kentucky church to host interdenominational youth event
(The Independent Online, August 16) Paul Sallie has been working with youth most of his life.
The youth minister at Summit Nazarene Church understands the ups and downs that go along with it.
He also wants young worshippers of all denominations to feel free to express themselves together, which is why Sunday’s Breaking Down Denominational Barriers event is scheduled.
“I want this event to pull everybody together,” he said. “We want to get rid of all the flags of our churches and come and worship together in one place.”
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Crossroads Tabernacle organizes 7th annual prayer conference
The Awakening, Crossroads Tabernacle Church of the Nazarene's 7th annual National Prayer Conference, will take place October 24 and 25 at Lamar Baptist Church in Arlington, Texas.
A century ago, believers organized at a holiness conference in Pilot Point, Texas, to establish the Church of the Nazarene. During The Awakening conference, believers will again come together just 70 miles south of Pilot Point to seek God in prayer.
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California church extends invitation to 100th anniversary
San Diego, California
Church of the Nazarene Education Commissioner Dan Copp will be the featured speaker at Mission Church of the Nazarene's 100th-anniversary service. The celebration, to be held October 2 through 4, will feature a dinner cruise, banquet with special music and skits, a church history display, and more.
To learn more or register, visit missionnaz.org.
South Carolina church to celebrate 50 years
Goose Creek, South Carolina
Charleston Calvary Church of the Nazarene in Goose Creek, South Carolina, will celebrate its 50th anniversary September 19 and 20.
The church invites previous church members to join in the celebration. Event coordinator Brenda Lupton can be reached at email@example.com or 843-553-4964.
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--Compiled by NCN News