Endicott Community Church of the Nazarene
Who We Are

Welcome to our website.  As you journey through these pages, you will discover who we are and what we believe.  

It is our hope that you will not only visit our site, but you will visit us personally.  It's not important what you wear or whether you have your life all together.  It is in coming together as a church that we help each other to learn of God's grace and of His love for us.

What we Believe

We believe in the Trinity, the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.  We believe that we all are sinners in need of God's grace.  God loves us so much that He sent His son Jesus into this world so that we might have life.  Jesus was crucified, died and rose again.  Through repenting of our sins and our belief in Jesus, we can have life with Him.

Mission Statement

The Endicott Community Church of the Nazarene exists to connect individuals to Christ, others and the church; to grow disciples of Jesus Christ and to serve God by serving others.

Upcoming Events

Sunday Morning Service

  We hope that you will join us for worship service Sunday mornings.  However, due to Covid restrictions,  we will still not have onsite Sunday School or nursery.  Sunday School for adults will still be held via zoom from 8:45am - 9:45am and the the service will still be streamed via the churches facebook page for those wishing to remain in their homes.

    For those wishing to attend service in person, we ask that you maintain the following Covid safety precautions:

      - Please practice social distancing by staying 6 feet apart
      - When sitting in the sanctuary please keep one row ahead             and behind you between you and the next party, and 3                 chairs on either side of you and other people
      - Families please sit together
      - Restrooms are restricted to one person at a time
      - Parents please escort your children to the restroom
      - Please wear your face mask at all times until you are                     seated
      - The use of the education / fellowship wing is restricted                 except for the restrooms
      - Please be considerate of the health concerns of others

    We look forward to you being a part of our service in whichever manner you choose.  If you have any questions/concerns, please don't hesitate to contact us.

   Sunday School/Wednesday Night Link

(password 449959)


Please join us on zoom for Sunday School and Wednesday evening Study

Zoom Link

password 449959

"I wait for the Lord, my whole being waits, and in his word I put my hope."

                                       Psalm 130:5

 Due to the increase in illnesses,  we will not be having "in house" services through the month of January.  We will have the Sunday messages on line through our Facebook page.  The message will begin at 10:30.  We hope you will join us.

  In House Church Services Cancelled Through Month of January

Let's Continue Bath Our Nation Prayer

What happens in one part of the world is not isolated but impacts us all. This is certainly true as we reflect upon the pandemic and the ways in which it has touched the whole world. This can also be said of political unrest, which creates uncertainty and destabilization around the globe. It is in these precarious times that God’s people turn toward the sure and certain hope that is found in Jesus Christ.

As followers of Jesus, we seek ways to be loving, forgiving, and charitable. In Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount, He reminds us: “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God” (Matthew 5:9). He continues by telling us that we are called to be salt and light in our world: “… let your light shine before people, that they may see your good deeds and praise your Father in heaven” (Matthew 5:16).

Like the Lord we follow, we are called to be peacemakers and to have a positive impact as salt and light in our world. This cannot be done apart from God’s grace experienced through the power of the Holy Spirit.

 When the church joins in prayer and acts in unanimity with Jesus’ vision, we are assured that God will do what we cannot.

Please, join us each day next week as we focus on the need for spiritual renewal within the Church and for healing the great divides in our world.

Monday — Pray for spiritual renewal and revival to come to the Church.

Tuesday — Pray for peace and opportunities to show Christ’s love to others.

Wednesday — Pray for the persecuted church around the world and for our missionaries.

Thursday — Pray for those who are suffering as a result of the global pandemic.

Friday — Pray for unity among God’s people and for healing across the nations.

Saturday — Pray for those who have yet to come to faith in Jesus Christ.

Sunday — Pray for the Holy Spirit to fill us again so that we may            be empowered to be Christlike in this world.

We will be simulcast host to Tragedy into Triumph series to provide real help & hope to people all over our tri-cities area that are hurting.  We are pleased to announce the nationwide simulcast of the Tragedy into Triumph Series, which will feature well known athletes, authors and people in the news.  The simulcast will be April 20-22, 2021. This series will show how God can bring triumphant change into our lives, even in the midst of tragedy. This is event free to the public and is being simulcast exclusively at our church.
On Tuesday (4/20 @ 7:00 pm) Pattie Mallette, mother of Justin Bieber will share how abuse, addiction, and bad decisions almost led to her destruction, until she found Jesus.
On Wednesday (4/21 @ 7:00 pm) Kylie Bisutti, former Victoria’s Secret Super Model, will share what happens when you accept Christ, and walk away from the “self” oriented modeling industry.  On Thursday (4/22 @ 7:00 pm) Chad Williams, US Navy Seal, will share how God has led his life through adversity.

For more information go to www.tn2tsimulcast.org.

April 20th - 22nd 2021