A Safe Place Where Everyone Is Welcome

Author: Connie Hollon

Missionary News

Our NMI (Nazarene Mission International) is a very active program within our church and the President, Connie Hollon, is very proud of how our council keeps the program up to date at all times. We put together over 2,500 Crisis Care Kits this June and along with many other Nazarene Churches at the Village of Oak Creek Nazarene Church under the leadership of Pastor Jim Cunningham. Not only was it successful, it was fun getting to know other Nazarene friends from many locations in Arizona.

Our Nazarene Mission International has been supplying the hundreds of Crisis Care Kits that have gone to the flood victims and other crisis events that been happening all over the world.  If you want to give towards this project, you can use the donate button on this website. Please indicate where your donation is to go.

We do have new projects for 2022-23, and perhaps those of you, who like to look and read our website, would like to join in on the giving! We have our PayPal button that can be used for this type of giving.

Also, through our Nazarene Compassionate Ministries, we sponsor children all over the world. We have thousands of children waiting to be sponsored and it only takes $30 a month to care for one child. When you become a child sponsor, you will say to a child, “you matter, and God loves.” You will build a relationship through letters and regular updates. You will provide education, life skills, health care and spiritual nurturing. You will help a child gain opportunities for a brighter future. You will encourage a child to grow into the person God created him or her to be. Just call us at 928-646-6024 and leave your message and we will call you back to give you the information on how to sign up to become a sponsor or use the donate button on this website.

L.I.F.E. – Ladies Ministry

On Wednesdays, the Ladies’ Bible Study is held at the church Fellowship Hall and starts at 6:30 pm.

We are studying from the Bible and using the book named “The Armor of God” by Priscilla Shirer. This study is very powerful, so please come and join us. We are located at 1710 S State Highway 260, Cottonwood.

Calendar of Events

Sunday morning services start at 10:45 am and Bible class starts at 9:30 am. We also have classes for children. Any questions, you can call the church office at 928-646-6024, leave a message and we will return your call. Thank you.

  1.  Sunday Service, August 7,  Dr. Jerry Ferguson will be bringing the message to us while Pastor Jake is on vacation.  Pastor Jake has asked our people to keep praying as God leads us. We know that God is doing something great in our church.
  2. Please see our Facebook page, Verde Valley Church of the Nazarene and like it. Call the church for questions. In case you have offering or tithe and are unable to attend the services, you can mail it to the church at PO Box 176, Cottonwood, AZ 86326. We also have PayPal donation right here on our website.
  3. Prayer Service Every Wednesday night from now on, at 6:00 pm to 6:30 pm in the Church Sanctuary.  Prayer is the answer for spiritual growth! 
  4. Men’s and Ladies’ Bible Study is on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 pm in the Fellowship Building.
  5. Men’s Prayer Breakfast is usually  the third Saturday of the month, but due to a family death, it is cancelled this month. 
  6. Communion is offered every other month on the  first Sunday of each month, but this month it will be done on Sunday, August 14, during the morning service and Pastor Jake and family will be back!

The Benefits of Revival

By Rev. Norman Moore

1. Lost people can be saved.

2. Believers can be sanctified.

3. Individual Christians can be renewed.

4. Those who have strayed can return to the Lord.

5. The church can be awakened from apathy and stagnation.

6. Families can be healed in their relationships.

7. Church unity can improve.

8. Lay leadership can make new commitments.

9. Church finances can improve.

10.The pastor and spouse can be encouraged in their ministries.

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