This series highlights Women of the Bible who acted FEARLESS in their situation by leaning on the promise that Perfect Love casts out all Fear. We get that love from God and we can look to these women and learned how to be FEARLESS by leaning wholly on God.
Join us Sundays at 10 a.m. The series starts on October 28th.
Saturday October 20th, A21 Freedom Walk
Come join us at the Freedom Walk. We believe that every step we take locally leaves footprints globally. Every dollar fundraised, every poster seen, every person made aware of the issue of human trafficking, add up to one Global impact – a world where everyone is free. Wear all black clothing. Registration is free but please consider making a donation to support their efforts.
12:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Lenxea City Center
8750 Penrose Lane
We will worship together and hear from special guest speaker, Rev. Nell Becker Sweeden about what we as the church can do to combat this injustice.
New Vision Church of the Nazarene believes that in order to be the disciples that Christ calls us to be we have to be intentionally living out the scriptures and proclaiming the hope that is Christ.
Biblical Applications and Spiritual Educations
Our B.A.S.E Groups (small groups) are designed around the sermon. We do this because we feel it is so important to not just listen to the sermon on Sunday mornings but to dig into the scriptures that the pastor preached on and apply it to our daily lives.
New Vision men are having a campout Sept. 14-16 at Montrose Conservation Area in Montrose, MO. Bring your gear: tent, sleeping bag, camp chair, fishing tackle and license and of course your Bible. For more information contact John Clark, Larry Stock, Alex Oliver or Jeremiah Reynolds.
September 15, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at New Vision Church
All women and teen girls are invited to join us for a time of fun, worship and Bible study. Beth Moore will be bringing a message of hope and understanding for women of all ages. Discussion times will help us apply the information to our individual situations. Breakfast, lunch and snacks will be provided. Feel free to bring a dessert to share.
Cost is $10.00 per person (will help cover the cost of the Simulcast fees). Invite as many friends as you would like, the more the merrier. Sign up Sundays in the Church Lobby or contact the church office by phone (816.348.0303) or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sept 24th is Freedom Sunday. Please join us as we begin the conversation on how we as a community of Faith can help in the ending of Human Slavery. We will be having a brunch at 10:00 am in our worship center. We will also be having speakers talk about ways that we can join the fight; Trades of Hope and Free the Girls will be sharing information with us in regards to helping those who are caught in Human Trafficking to be able to earn a fair wage and get out of the bondage to others. Pastor Casey will then bring a message on what our response as Christians should be and what steps we can take in our community and around the worlds to help free those who are bound in slavery. Hope to see you there. Children will have their own regular kid’s church.
During our regular 10 a.m. service on Sunday, September 17th, our guests will be Eurasia Regional Director Arthur Snijders and his wife, Annemarie Snijders, the M+ Power Coordinator. They will be sharing their experiences in the Eurasian Mission Field.
Interested in getting connected but not sure which group is right for you? Come check out our Connection Group Fair where you can; meet the leaders, ask questions, hear more about the subject, and more. Our connection group fair is Sunday, March 5th from 9:45-10:00 (before service) and for 20 minutes following service.
I am pleased to announce, that Rev. Casey McDorman has accepted our invitation, by today’s vote of the congregation, to be the pastor of New Vision Church of the Nazarene. The process of calling Pastor Casey as our next pastor has been a healthy and spiritual journey for all of us, however, it is not an end but a beginning, as God continues to clarify our mission and ministry through Pastor Casey’s leadership.
As we welcome, Pastor Casey, Jamie, Jason and Kylee, let’s bathe them in prayer and ask for God’s blessing to be poured out on them.
Fred LaPlante, Church Board Secretary
New Vision Church of the Nazarene
In Kid’s Church this month, the theme is, Behind the Scenes: Finding Love in Every Story. Here’s what the kids will be learning each week-
This week we will learn to love others because Jesus loves you. As kids lean about Jesus’ sacrificial love for us, I pray they will start to understand how they can show love sacrificially to the people in their lives. When we being to see our potential to love in light of Jesus’ love for us, we will understand that showing love, even when it is difficult, is worth all the effort.
This week we will learn to comfort others who are hurting. We meet people everyday who need comfort. We pray that as kids discover how Jesus showed love in comforting his disciples during the storm, they will start to become aware of ways they can show love and comfort to people in their lives. We can all learn to encourage people in our lives and show them how much God cares about their needs.
This week we will learn to give to others who are in need. As we start to see others the way God sees them, we will become more aware of their needs. We have opportunities everyday to help others meet their needs. This can be as simple as lending a pencil to a friend or offering to share apart of our lunch. It’s amazing how kids will start to show love to others when they become aware of the needs around them.
This week we will learn to love others because they matter to God. We won’t always get along with everyone we meet, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t deserving of God’s love. Through this story, we pray that kids will see that all people matter to God, and we should show His love to everyone we meet.
In consultation with Dr. Jeren Rowell, our District Superintendent, the church board has voted unanimously to extend a call to Rev. Casey McDorman to be our next pastor, and as such, to place his name in nomination before the congregation, for election by the members of the church. This step was taken after seeking the direction of the Lord in prayer and fasting. The board has also held several interviews with the McDormans as well as interviews with other candidates.
Rev. McDorman has accepted the nomination of the board and has agreed to place his name before the church. This election, by ballot, will be open to all members of the New Vision Church of the Nazarene who are at least fifteen years of age. The vote will take place on Sunday morning February 5, 2017, during the morning worship service.
We will hold a congregational meeting this Thursday evening, January 19 at 7:00 pm in which Pastor McDorman and his wife, Jamie, will meet the church and will share with us their testimonies, his vision for ministry and his pastoral experiences. There will be a time of questions and answers between the McDormans and those in attendance.
We encourage all of our New Vision family to join us for this meeting and to continue in earnest prayer for the selection of our new pastor.
Secretary of the Board
New Vision Church of the Nazarene
Our district is having a great lock-in just for 3rd and 4th graders at the Westside Church of the Nazarene. The cost is $20 per student. We will be meeting at New Vision at 6:15 pm on Feb. 3rd and returning at 8:30 am on Feb. 4th. If you would like more information contact Pastor Catie at 816-266-3354. Register Now