Summer Camp Registration

Summer Camp Registration is open for Kids and Teens

Teen Camp:  June 17th – June 21st

Primary Camp:  July 20th – 22nd

Preteen Camp:  July 23rd – 27th

Kids Bible Quizzing

Registration is open for next season’s Bible Quizzing for Kids!


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Discover met needs! Discover a place you make a difference, where you matter!

Discover a family where you belong!

Radio & Television

Voice of the Nazarene…BNC on Radio and TV

WMFD Channel 11 & 68 // 9am Sunday Mornings

Marion Channel 39.1 // Sunday 2pm & 7:30pm

Access TV Monday at 2pm and 8pm

Radio 1540 AM // Sunday 8:30am


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There are many ways we grow in our faith.

Two faith catalysts that we emphasize are Groups and Serving.



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 We look forward to ministering to you.  Our goal is to glorify our God through our mission of loving Jesus, loving people, and bringing them together.  You are invited  to accomplish our mission through weekly worship, small groups, giving, serving others and growing spiritually. 






As human beings, we all want to know what to expect and what we will experience.

Here you will find service times, worship styles, what programs are availabe for kids, teens, adults and more.

Interested in visting before visiting?  We can do that too.  It would be an honor to meet you, show you around, and answer any questions.



Sunday 9:00 am / 11:00 am

Children age 0-2 yrs old Nursery

Toddlers 2-3 yrs old

Pre-K 4-5 yrs old

Kids dot Christ – Kindergarten – 3rd grades

bTweens – 4th – 6th grades

Worship Services

Sunday 10:15 am Small Groups

Facilitator: Eric Griebling / Fellowship Room

Facilitator: Bob Hopp / Fellowship Room

Facilitator: Wes Craker / Room 304

Facilitators: Wanda Berry/Alison Allonas / Room 208

Sunday 10:30 am Teen Bible Quizzing

Sunday 10:30 am

Worship Service (West Campus Upper Sandusky)

Sunday 4:45 pm

Celebration Orchestra Practice

Sunday 6:00 pm Sunday School/Small Groups

Classes for Children nursery-6th grade

Teen classes for 7th-12th grade/Upper Room in Gym

Facilitator: Jim Mayes/Fellowship Room

Facilitator: Randy Diller/Room 306

Facilitator: Sharon Oberlander/Chapel

Facilitator: Bill & Tammy Bayless/Room 304

Facilitator: Howard Cole & Keith Martin/Cafe


6:00 pm Mission Transformed / Event Center

6:00 pm DivorceCare / Room 304

6:30 pm Parents of Prodigals / ROom 306

6:00 pm Angels of Comfort / 2nd & 4th Mondays Room 211


6:30 pm Bible Study / Room 304


9:30 am Bible Study / Fellowship Room

6:00 pm Drama Disciples (1st & 3rd Weds) / Fellowship Room

7:00 pm Wednesdays in the Word/Event Center

7:00 pm Kids WNL & Bible Quizzing / bTweens Room

7:00 pm SURGE (Teens 7th-12th)/Upper Room Gym

7:00 pm Celebration Singers/Orchestra Practice/Main Sanctuary

For more information about these and other activities, contact 419-562-0256



2024-2025 Kid’s Bible Quizzing Season

Registration is open!

Begins August 21st, 2024

Register today!

Kids Camp Registration!

Primary Camp July 20th – July 22nd

Preteen Camp July 23rd – July 27th

Teen Camp 

June 17th – June 21st





Patience Part 3

Patience Part 3

Last week, we discovered that to grow in patience, we must train in patience under the proper nutritional and recovery conditions – doing spiritual disciplines such as worshipping together in small groups, having private prayer time, and engaging in Scripture. These investments take time, as God does His best work while we wait. It’s all training…and in this case…training in patience.

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Patience Part 2

Patience Part 2

We get to choose, when the moment comes, to use patience we have or lose it and our temper. Choose to recognize this as an opportunity to utilize the patience I have. You don’t really run out of patience – what really happens is we leave it behind forgetting to utilize it Opportunity for God to work on me – realizing this changes my perspective! – Eating food (Digesting) Must be consuming the right foods and taking the appropriate downtime A few years ago I began training for a half marathon. While I’m not fast, I have some endurance, but my endurance only went to about 4.5 – 5 miles. I would get to 5 miles and would begin to feel pretty worn. So I began a training program where I would have long days followed by a few short days, and then a day or two of rest. I also began eating differently as I changed my diet, not to lose weight, but to support the strain I was putting on my body physically. I eventually reached the point where I could run 13.1 miles. There was not magical formula, no energy pill or drink. Just lots of discipline and training – definitely not comfort! There is no magical formula for developing patience either. Take a guess at what it involves? Discipline and training! NEXT SLIDE

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