Is this your first visit to Cape Church of the Nazarene? Then start here!
Here we try to answer some of the common questions people have before they visit us in person. On this page you can get to know our Senior Pastor, watch a sermon or video, learn about out vision and mission, and find out more about how we can help you grow more like Christ, serve each other, and share our stories.

 

Q: What is Cape Church of the Nazarene all about?
A: We have three main goals that we want to acheive:

Grow More Like Christ.
(Find out how we do this).
Serve Each Other.
(Find out how we do this.)
Share Our Stories.
(Find out how we do this.)

 

Q: What time is church?
A:
Church starts at 10:45 in our sanctuary. It's a good idea to arrive a little early, maybe around 10:30. This will give you a chance to grab a bulletin, get some coffee, and let our Welcome Team show you around!

Click here for a map to the church.

 

Q: What do I need to wear?
A:
Whatever you feel comfortable in! Cape Naz has some people in suits and ties. We have others in shorts and t-shirts. Come casual and comfortable!

 

Q: What is a service like?
A:
We keep everything low-key and people-oriented. We sing songs that celebrate God and His work in our lives. We commit signifcant time to greeting each other, praying for the needs of our community, and seeking God's presence together.

Each week Pastor Jason teaches out of the Bible but he makes it relevant to your life today! We focus on simple truths that will help you live a Christ-centered life. [watch a sermon]

 

Q: What about my kids?
A:
Your kids will love our Camp Naz Kid's Church, where we want every Sunday to be as awesome as a day at camp! We currently have 4 classes for your kids, Nursery (0-2), Preschool (3-K) and Elementary boys (1st-6th) and Elementary girls (1st-6th). You can find more details about our classes here.

 

Q: What do you believe/affiliation?
A: Cape Church of the Nazarene affiliated with the Church of the Nazarene. You can find more about the denomination, their beliefs and their statement of faith here.

 


Watch a Sermon