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Our church building used to be a Greek community hall complete with columns at the entrance. Ask to see a picture!

 


Celebration Services

Louise Street Community Church of the Nazarene is about relevance. In our preaching we strive to relate the truths of our faith to life in the 21st Century. It really speaks to the question of authenticity: How real is our faith? Is it something that we just do on Sundays because that is what we do on Sundays? Is it something we do because we did it growing up? Is it something we do because it is true and a part of who we are?

As we look at the Bible each week and find ways to apply it to life you will be challenged and encourage to pursue God and to find ways to connect to Him. You'll find out how much He loves you, and that He wants for you to find your place in this world He has created.

At the end of each sermon there is a time to discuss what was presented. It is an opportunity to dialogue with the pastor and others about the sermon, about what you liked or didn't like, about something you connected with or reated to. This service is not a show. We want it to be part of our ongoing conversation with each person and God about the common journey we are on.

We meet Sundays at 10:30 a.m. for worship through music, sharing and encouraging, tithes and offerings, and a look at God's word. Join us for refreshments following the service! Dress is casual. Feel free to dress up or down. From September to May we offer a children's teaching time during the last half of the Sunday service.

June and July
We look at the Psalms over the summer months in our Psummer Psalm Pseries. A bit more laid back, a bit more time to talk. Pastor Debbie will be preaching July 17 and July 24, while Pastor Steve preaches for the other services.

Why don't you consider joining us for adult Sunday School? We also run a children's Sunday School for Grades K-6. Sunday School allows you to interact on a more personal level. Sunday School runs from September to the May long weekend. Sunday school starts at 9:30 a.m. and goes until 10:15 on Sunday mornings.