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New Waverly sanctuary

Tennessee church celebrates new building after devastating floods

Waverly Church of the Nazarene celebrated the opening of its new building on Sunday, 4 February, at a new location for the first time in the church’s 80-year history.
07 Feb 2024
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Camp Garner Creek

Camp Garner Creek recognized as historical landmark

On 15 June 2023, Camp Garner Creek was designated as a historical landmark of the Church of the Nazarene during the Thursday morning business session of the 30th General Assembly and Conventions.
07 Jul 2023
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Camp Garner Creek 2021 Flood
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Floodwaters damaged Camp Garner Creek's dining hall (pictured above) in devastating 2021 floods.

Nazarene campground gifted generous grant from former camper

After devastating floods left Camp Garner Creek in Tennessee on the verge of closure, a former camper stepped up with a $1 million dollar grant to help keep the camp alive.
19 May 2022
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Waverly CoTN

Deadly flooding impacts Nazarene church, camp in Tennessee

Record-breaking rainfall sent floodwaters surging through low-lying areas of Middle Tennessee on 21 August. Waverly Church of the Nazarene and Camp Garner Creek were greatly affected by the deadly flash flood.
25 Aug 2021
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RonDeWitt

East Tennessee District elects new superintendent Ron DeWitt

The East Tennessee District elected Ron DeWitt on 14 July 2021 as its new superintendent. DeWitt currently pastors Shelbyville Church of the Nazarene in Tennessee.
16 Jul 2021
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Hermitage

Tennessee church embraces Hispanic congregation

Iglesia del Nazareno Betel Hermitage and Hermitage Church of the Nazarene host an event each year to celebrate the partnership the congregations have built that is helping reach more people for Christ in the surrounding community.
19 Mar 2021
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Libertad en Cristo

MidSouth District adds 7 Hispanic churches

The MidSouth District officially organized seven new Hispanic congregations in the months of January and February 2021. It was a triumphant conclusion to several long years of ministry led by pastors who were committed to expanding the Kingdom of God.
11 Mar 2021
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Harold Graves

Celebrating the legacy of Harold Graves Sr.

Harold B. Graves Sr., 92, of Georgetown, Texas, passed away 9 September 2020. He was a retired district superintendent and minister, serving the Church of the Nazarene for more than 50 years.
11 Sep 2020
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Mayor Copeland

Nazarenes in the News: August 2020

Nazarenes in the News is a compilation of online news articles featuring Nazarene churches or church members. Here are the new entries for August.
28 Aug 2020
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Gallatin First

Tennessee church holding drive-in services to help preserve community

Gallatin First Church of the Nazarene is getting creative with its services during the COVID-19 pandemic by hosting a drive-in church service in its parking lot. The drive-in service, similar to a classic drive-in movie, had a worship team on a stage set up at the front of the parking lot. Pastor
27 Mar 2020
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