All the congregations of Mid City Church of the Nazarene invite you to come in to our website to discover more about who we are and how you can be a part of us!
We believe that we are reconciled to God and one another through the sacrifice and resurrection of Jesus Christ and recognize the power of the Holy Spirit to transform and sanctify the lives of all people. We, therefore, devote our lives to God and to one another, embracing the spirit of the early Church, the Wesleyan vision and the mission of the Church of the Nazarene as we work together with other believers extending God’s Kingdom and grace through the proclamation of the gospel, sharing of the sacraments and serving Christ among the poor.
Our Worship Service times and locations are ~
Cambodian ~ 10 am SS ~ 11 am Worship ~ ground floor ~ small fellowship hall
English ~ 10:45 am Worship ~ main sanctuary
French ~ 9:30 am SS ~ 10:45 or 11 am Worship ~ SS downstairs under main sanctuary - then Chapel for the service
Samoan ~ 8:30 am ~ main sanctuary
Spanish ~ 11 am ~ upstairs main fellowship hall
Sudanese ~ 11 am ~ downstairs under main sanctuary
Swahili ~ 10 am ~ downstairs under fellowship hall
MULTI-CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTMAS WORSHIP SERVICE
Sunday December 8, 2013
@ 10:40 am
join our entire Multi-Congregation on Sunday morning for our worship service!
Music and the Word in seven languages ~ with a focus on Haiti and the upcoming trip to build a church and dig water wells for one of our two Nazarene churches of over 300 persons in each congregation!
A glimpse of the Haitian congregation that we will be raising funds to help provide food and water ~ if you would like to contribute, click on the
“Donate” button to the right.
More pictures will be shown during the service and Pastor Antony will be sharing about the congregations in Haiti. He will be part of the team going to Haiti in October of this year.
A multi-cultural meal and fellowship will follow immediately after the worship service this Sunday and all are invited!
Nations will come to your light
And kings to the brightness of your dawn
Lift up your eyes and look about you
All assemble and come to You!
Isaiah 60: 3-4