Sturgis Church of the Nazarene

"Our Church can be your Home"

          Welcome to our Churches Web Site. Look around and get better acquainted with us and we will look forward to a time when we can meet personally. 
            These are days with uncertainty and change all around us. Most of us have never lived through anything quite like this. But, I want to remind you that God is still on the throne and He is ever present in our time of need. None of this has taken Him by surprise and as I heard someone say the other day - He is not  on vacation - He is as close as the mention of His name.
               We are happy to announce that we once again have "in House" worship. We have one service at 10 AM on Sunday morning. We are asking you (if possible) to wear a mask as you enter and leave the building. Once you are in your seat you may take the mask off, if you desire. We have every other seat blocked off in order to keep social distance. You may sit in a seat with other people but if they don't live in your home please keep a distance of 6 feet between. Dismissal at the end of the service is like a wedding, the ushers dismiss by rows and we do ask that you not linger in the foyer but go right outside and then visit with your church family still keeping the social distancing.  Things are different but we are so glad to be back worshiping together in God's house. We are still doing live stream at 10 AM for those who can't come or don't feel comfortable coming. 
           Sunday School and  Wednesday nights  are canceled until further notice. We hope by fall that we will be able to start them back up, but at this point don't know for sure.
           "Our Daily Bread"  is "on Hold" until September. We hope to resume it on Wednesday, Sept. 9th.
           May God be with you and may you rest in Him as we walk together through these "new" days that we are all facing. Remember, "Many things about tomorrow I don't seem to understand; But I know who holds tomorrow, and I know who holds my hand"!  

                                                                                              John L. Shoup, Pastor