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 making some changes, not because of panic, but to follow the guidelines that are being set forth to help keep the virus from spreading. Starting on Sunday, March 22nd  we will no longer have in house worship, BUT we will still have worship via live streaming. On Sunday morning at 10 AM click the link - either facebook or Utube on this page and it will take you right to the service that we will be having each Sunday morning. So, even though we won't be in the same building we can still worship together, with singing, scripture and the message. I also want to remind you that you can click the "on Line" giving link along the top of this page and it will direct you to how you can give your tithes/donation. Of course you can always mail your gifts to the church as our expenses continue. If you have any questions you can contact us at 269-651-1724 or 269-251-5618.  
           Our  Wednesday night "Kid's and Teen's Under Construction" and Prayer Meeting are canceled until further notice along with all other services and activities.
           We are uncertain about  "Our Daily Bread" for the month of April. Be watching as we will post whether we will be having it or not. As of right now it is scheduled for April 8th the 2nd Wednesday from 9 AM - 10:30 AM.  
           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