What To Expect

Services

Sunday - 9:30 AM Sunday School for all ages, 10:45 AM Worship Service

We Look Forward To Meeting You!

Welcome to Danielson Church of the Nazarene. We’ve put together some information here that anticipates and tries to briefly answer some of the questions you may have prior to visiting our church for the first time:


Atmosphere

It's important to us that you feel welcome when visiting. We hope our atmosphere will help you feel relaxed and comfortable. The music and worship are built around Biblical themes that are timeless. We are glad to have you join us in worship! You will be greeted and welcomed as you enter, but you will not be singled out for greeting during the service.


Family Friendly

We at Danielson Church of the Nazarene are excited for you to consider visiting and perhaps being a part of our church family! Our intent is to serve the whole family. During our worship service we have care available for infants and children. Your children will receive real spiritual training from a group of caring leaders during this time. Our worship times take an intentionally inter-generational approach, with all ages actively participating in various aspects of the worship event.


Sermon

From the pulpit you will hear sound expository preaching. The focus of each sermon is built around the point of the Biblical text being addressed, with emphasis on how to apply that principle to our lives today. This year's theme focuses on the practical nature of being an "Everyday Christian" by applying the teachings of Scripture to every day life. The pastor provides a “fill-in-the-blank” sheet that follows along with the sermon for note-taking.


Biblical Teaching

Here at Danielson Church of the Nazarene, we place a high priority on the preaching and teaching of God's Word. The worship service is a time for us to come together as a community to learn, be encouraged and to be challenged by God's Word. Other small group opportunities exist beyond the Sunday worship service where members have a chance to grow, fellowship, or otherwise be a part of a Church family that lives out their faith together.