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GUYMON 

CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE


"Becoming the People of God, Reflecting the Kingdom of God."







Fall Retreat 2020 Update

Unfortunately, due to New Mexico Department of Health restrictions and mandates from the New Mexico governor, we have decided to cancel this year's Fall Retreat. We feel that the mass gathering and quarantine restrictions along with food logistics have made planning this event too difficult for us to hold the retreat in a safe as well as functional way.


Please hover over the "Events" tab at the top of this homepage and then click on "Fall Retreat 2020" below it to read more cancellation details if you have already signed up and/or paid your deposit.

COVID-19 UPDATE

Watch this important informational video from Pastor Craig with instructions on how we as a local congregation will begin to meet inside our building again.

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A Letter from Pastor Craig

To Our Family at Guymon Church of the Nazarene,

 

I greet you in the name of our Lord Jesus. I pray you are well and comforted by God’s presence. It is with great joy that I am writing you today to communicate the plan for re-gathering inside. I will present each phase according to what we know today, and along the way I am sure there will be adjustments. I want to say thank you to our staff, church board, and volunteer task force who have helped us get to this point.

 

First, let me present Phase One: this is a two week phase that looks much like what we are currently doing. However, we are inviting you to bring your lawn chairs and place them in a section we will have marked off in the front of the South parking lot. We remind you to engage in social distancing. We encourage you to wear a mask. You may even want to bring water and a cooling device. This phase will give us opportunity for some limited and hopefully responsible interaction we have been longing for. It will also give us better insight into those we might expect to return when we move back inside. Again, Phase One starts this Sunday, Jun 7 and goes through Sunday, June 14.

 

Phase Two: There will be two parts to phase two, and part one will occur on Sunday, June 21. We will have an indoor service that your church board and volunteers will attend. This will give us a practice run at some of the various changes that need to occur in order to safely be together. One June 21, we encourage you to tune in either on Facebook Live or KKBS 92.7.

 

On Sunday, June 28, we will meet for the first time inside. Here is what you need to know which is so important that you help us with: Please use the East, South, or North doors. All of the other doors will be locked. You will probably want to park nearest the section you sit in unless there are physical restrictions. These doors will be propped open so you can enter without touching them. We have hand-sanitizing stations available at each of these entrances. We will have volunteers who will help you find your seat. We may only use every other row, and there will be no more than 8 people per row or two families. We will attempt to inform you about your seating prior to your arrival.  We do encourage you to wear a mask. We will dismiss you by section, and we would ask that you fellowship outside of the building. There will be no bulletins, no handouts, and nothing in the pew backs. Thus, if you need a coloring book or a pen, please bring it and take it with you. Offering will be received at designated places in the sanctuary with no contact. 

 

Phase Three and Four will be determined at a later date. These are the additions of Wednesday night programming and Sunday school. How we proceed will vary from person to person and family to family. I know there will be some who will not come back for a while, and that is okay. We have live streaming available every week and KKBS throughout the month of June. I hope we can be a people who can extend grace and understanding. This is not a measurement of their faith in Jesus or their value as a person to our faith community. When we talk and act in such ways, we demonstrate the contrary. If you feel for any reason you need to stay home, please do so. If you are considered high-risk, we ask that you proceed with caution. If you are sick for any reason, we ask that you stay home. If you become ill after attending service, we ask that you notify the church office. This will help us notify the congregation.

 

These have been some troubling days for me as pastor. I have seen some of the best of the Church, and she is beautiful. I have also seen some of the worst. It is my prayer that God will help us BE the Church and not just settle for coming TO church. In order for us to do that, to become God’s people, reflecting God’s Kingdom, it will take all of us. It will take new and creative measures. It will take a people who are bold enough to lead, and a people who are courageous enough to follow. I hope we can be those people. We are better together walking the Lion-Lamb Way.

 

Peace of Christ to You,

Pastor Craig Shepperd

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Guymon Church of the Nazarene is located in Guymon, Oklahoma. If you're a Panhandle native or  you're just visiting our town, please stop buy to say hi. We love meeting new people and we would love to meet you!


Location: 2214 North Sunset, Guymon, Oklahoma 73942

Phone: 580.338.3553

Email: office@guymonnazarene.org

Prayer: 8am

Family Communion:  9am

Sunday School: 9:30am

Sunday Service: 10:45am

Sudanese Service: 1:30pm

 Choir Rehearsal:  5pm

Sunday Life Groups: 6:30pm