Nazarenes in the News

Nazarenes in the News is a compilation of online news articles featuring Nazarene churches or church members.

Grandfather, grandson lead West Virginia congregation

Stonewood, West Virginia

(The Exponent Telegram, 21 April) A grandfather and grandson not only offer alternative preaching to more than 100 local residents weekly at Clarksburg First Church of the Nazarene, but they also inspire church members to participate in local missions.

Pastor Richard Settles has led the congregation at the church since March 2000 and grandson D.J. Hoff has been his associate pastor for nearly two years.

“I felt that we don’t get enough strong biblically-based preaching,” Hoff said. “We believe in the Doctrine of Holiness. We believe that the Bible is the final authority in everything that we do.”

Church members give food to needy residents and to Norwood Elementary students via the Backpack Ministry every month, and they give annually to other outreach initiatives.

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Sterling Nazarene Church celebrates 90th anniversary

Sterling, Colorado

(South Platte Sentinel, 23 April) The Church of the Nazarene is celebrating 90 years of serving the Sterling community.

The Church of the Nazarene started its presence in Sterling in 1929. Since then, the Sterling Nazarene Church has had several locations in the community, and it has had several pastors in its history.

The day-long celebration features Jim Deil as a guest speaker during Sunday service, a potluck lunch, and a banquet dinner with former pastors speaking in the evening.

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