Sunday Worship Update

Here is the latest update regarding our church services as of April 25th, 2021.

We are planning on resuming our worship services in May 2021. We will be utilizing the appropriate COVID-19 precautions, i.e. hand sanitizing stations, social distancing, mask wearing, etc… More specific information will be coming in the near future. Stay tuned to our website or Nazarene’s Facebook page:

Due to COVID-19 precautions, we will not have a congregation for worship effective as of Sunday, March 22, 2020. Sunday School is being done via Zoom. For information on Zoom classes, you may reach us by visiting the Contact Us page making an inquiry. We will be worshiping together at 11:00am here on the website through livestream. You can watch the live stream of the service on the homepage or on Nazarene’s Facebook page: If you miss the service, you can rewatch the video afterwards.

During this time, we encourage you to use our website to seamlessly listen to the Word, receive updates, and conveniently bring your tithe or offering.

Nazarene is a family and we stay connected in every way we can. To contact the office, you may leave a message on the Contact Us page, send an email to, or you may contact your ministry head to get in contact with Shelantea directly. You may also contact your ministry head or leave a request to be connected to your ministry director for updated information.

At this point, we are moderating our steps to keep everyone safe. Our website can be used as a resource to view or listen to services as provided. We are currently setting up steps to view services by LIVE stream and to offer options to still attend classes via Some classes have already started meeting with Zoom to continue their weekly Word study.

This is a good time to set up online giving with Givelify which has proven to be a reliable and secure resource in giving your tithes and offering and any other donations you would like to give to a ministry.

For Events and trips that were scheduled at a later date, we are watching conditions to see how they effect these plans. We will notify you via this website with updated information for the Upon This Rock Trip and other events.

The office is closed to visitors, but Shelantea can be reached by email at, by the Contact Us page, or by phone through your ministry head.

If you have any needs or are experiencing problems, please reach out to us. I am praying that all are kept in his Gracious Hand until we worship together again soon.
Pastor Larry Rascoe