Zillah Church of the Nazarene

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Connecting People to the Living Christ


 and to His Church

Welcome to Zillah Church of the Nazarene!

Our Sunday service begins at 10:45 am.


Sunday School classes are available for all ages and begin at 9:30 am. A nursery is provided during Sunday School and the morning service. 


Wednesday evening activities include THRIVE (youth Gr. 7-12) and a prayer meeting time. 


Please check our calendar for more special events.


Feel free to contact the church (829-5338 or office@zillahnazarene.orgfor more info. 

Do you love Christmas carols? Please join us at 6 pm on Sunday, December 10th, for an evening of carols and special music. 

If you’d like to participate by playing an instrument, singing a solo, doing a seasonal reading, etc., we’d love to have you! Contact Meghan Schoonover (969-8968) for more info or to sign up.

Welcome!

“So then, just as you received Christ Jesus as Lord, continue to live in him, rooted and built up in him, strengthened in the faith as you were taught, and overflowing with thankfulness.” (Colossians 2:6-7)

“Overflowing with thankfulness.” This is just one of many verses in Scripture where we are encouraged to remain thankful. The reasons for our thankfulness are so numerous it seems like it should be easy to count our blessings and remain grateful. But this isn’t always the case. Life seems to interfere, and we are easily distracted by our challenges, needs, doubts, and fears. A spirit of thankfulness can be fleeting. 

That’s why I appreciate this month in which we celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday. It is when we are reminded and encouraged-perhaps even “forced”-to look at life with a thankful heart. I imagine, even if you are in a season of great difficulty, you can find reasons to be thankful. So, I encourage you to follow the Apostle’s instructions here and “overflow with thankfulness!” A spirit of thankfulness can lighten the holiday spirit, but it can also change your perspective and maybe even your life!

Grace and Peace,

Pastor Thomas