La Junta Nazarene
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growing in christ together


La Junta Nazarene will be having our Sports Camp VBS Jul. 30 - Aug. 01, 5:30-8:15pm with Dinner served at 5:00. Ages 2 - 6th Grade. This year's theme is "The Comeback." Come to play games and learn about Jesus! Register through the link below. The first 120 kids registered will receive free backpacks with school supplies, and all participants will receive a $10 Off Certificate to the Caring Community Family Disc Golf Tournament on Aug. 05th. We hope to see you all there!


Service Times

Sunday School.................................9:15 am

Sunday Morning Worship................10:30 am

Sunday Evening Youth Group...........6:30 pm


Office hours

Monday - Wednesday....................9:00 am - 2:00 pm


Upcoming Events

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our church

About us

Our purpose as a church is to magnify the living Christ by impacting our community and world through sharing our faith, caring for others, worshiping together, and equipping believers to mature in Christ.


Discipleship Ministries

We are passionate about about helping people develop a deep, personal relationship with Jesus Christ. It is our desire that you find a ministry where you can grow as a disciple, where your gifts are put to fruitful use, and where you can connect with and grow to love others.


ministry team

Meet our pastoral staff! As ministers of the Gospel, we desire to introduce you to Jesus, help you grow in him, and to help you find a place within the work and community of the church.


Church Life

Ours is a vibrant community and we are passionate about living out Jesus' gospel message.  We've gathered some pictures here that show our church in action.


The Pastor's Heart

A blog including periodic readings for further reflection, a liturgical calendar for Wesleyan-Holiness readings, and a collection of each week's sermons. Visit often for updates!

We must love God, before we can be holy at all; this being the root of all holiness. Now we cannot love God, ‘till we know he loves us.
— John Wesley