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Superb Owl Party

snow owl

Come join us for the Superb Owl party, where we get together and watch the Superbowl.On February 7th bring a dish and root for your favorite team.

It will be held at Pastor Joe’s house at 13 Daisy Lane Franklin Maine

Map of 13 Daisy Ln, Franklin, ME 04634

Get a Free Ice Cream!


As part of our Missions Reading Goal, we have partnered with local ice cream shop Morton’s Moo to dish up an incentive for completing all six Missions books: a free pint of ice cream!

There are 2 different sets of books for adults and children, but all are invited to participate, read and discover about the work of the Church of the Nazarene around the world. The books are available in the Missions Library in the foyer, where books and DVDs from past years are also available to check out. In order to earn the free ice cream, you must read the set of books for the current year.

Fine Print: You can pick up a bookmark which has each book listed on it. After reading the book, catch up with our Missions President Cara Raymaker for her signature on the bookmark. Don’t lose it! Complete and hand in before March 31st, 2016 – Cara will reward you with a gift card for a free pint of ice cream at Morton’s Moo!

Tonya Kucey Maine Tour


July 16th – July 20th, Missionary to Haiti Tonya Kucey and her family will be visiting churches across the Maine District. Come on out to hear about the work that is happening in Haiti!



Thursday, July 16 


Millinocket Church of the Nazarene

134 Forest Ave, Millinocket, ME 04462



Friday, July 17


Dover-Foxcroft Church of the Nazarene

4 Paine Rd, Dover-Foxcroft, ME 04426



Saturday, July 18


Mechanic Falls Church of the Nazarene  
19 Sunday


Ellsworth Church of the Nazarene

445 High St, Ellsworth, ME 04605

6:00pm Strong Church of the Nazarene

Main St, Strong, ME


Coming Up: Missionaries to Haiti Darin & Tonya Kucey

Kucey Family 2013

In July we will have the great opportunity to hear from Darin & Tonya Kucey, Missionaries to Haiti. An article in Engage magazine describes their experience, and it is a profound description of the work of the Church of the Nazarene, which “is the largest protestant denomination in the country” which is “the most impoverished nation in the Western hemisphere.”

The full article can be found here, Explosive Growth in Haiti Creates Opportunity for Work and Witness.