Welcome

We are a caring and welcoming church where people love the Lord and love one another. If this is what you are looking for, we invite you to make us your church home.  Our worship service begins at 10:30 (Mountain Time) on Sunday mornings and includes a mix of contemporary Christian songs, familiar hymns, a children’s message, and a pastoral sermon.

 

News/Events

Our Current Worship Options

1.  WE ENCOURAGE ALL WHO CAN TO WORSHIP ONLINE WHEN POSSIBLE in order to avoid potential exposure to the coronavirus and/or to avoid spreading the virus if you unknowingly have it;
2.  Please worship online if you are not feeling well physically or if you have a temperature.
3.  Please worship online if you are in a high-risk age category, if you have had a recent surgery, if you are planning to have surgery anytime soon, or if you have been around anybody within the past 14 days who has the coronavirus.
4.  Please worship online rather than in person if anybody in your household has COVID-19, or has had the virus within the past 14 days.
5.  If you do attend worship in person, please adhere to the CDC requirement of 6-foot distancing and wear a mask when within 6-10 feet of others.
Worship service begins at 10:30 a.m. (Mountain time).  It will be streamed live on our Facebook and YouTube pages.  The video of the service will be available on the Video Broadcast link under the “Sermons” tab on the church website after the service concludes. Sunday School classes are postponed for the remainder of the calendar year.

Nazarene Navajo Nation Mission

The Nazarene Navajo Nation (NNN) Ministry mission trip December 4-5 to Gallup, New Mexico is cancelled. The Navajo Reservation is on lockdown due to COVID until December 6. People can still bring their gifts to the church by Friday, November 27. Gifts will be stored until they can be distributed. The Colorado District plans to distribute the gifts sometime early next year.

Mission Project

One of the mission projects for the Nazarene Navajo Nation is helping our Navajo friends to have access to water they need. A 1,200-gallon water cistern is $1,032. The Grand Junction First Church of the Nazarene is selling Christmas wreaths with the proceeds going to help purchase these water cisterns. The wreaths are available at the church. To learn more about the Navajos and their need for water cisterns, click on the links below:

https://www.navajowaterproject.org/products/water-cistern