Dodge City Church of the Nazarene


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Welcome to the DCNY page!

A little bit about us...

At DCNY we run off of three guiding principles, which are Love God, Love Others, and Make Disciples. These principles guide most of our youth functions. What we teach, how we interact, and what we do must lead back to one of these principles in some manner.

Our ultimate purpose in arranging our ministry around these three principles is so that we can equip the youth of our generation to understand the purpose and need for a life filled with relationships; relationship with God, relationships of fellowship, and relationships as ambassadors for God to the lost.

For this reason, relationships are a key part of our ministry. We strongly believe that relationships are the key to successful ministry and the call of the Church. We strongly believe that the Church (community of believers) is a necessary part of the Christian life.

With that said, it is important to note exactly what is meant by "Church". Often when teens (or even adults) think of church they get an idea of church cultures. When we say Church we are speaking of a community of believers that comes together to grow in our walk with God. We believe in building each other up, encouraging one another, holding each other accountable, worshipping together, and discipling each other towards growth in our faith.

Because of this perspective, we have worked and continue to work at stripping away the irrelevant parts of church culture and building up the relational part of our church culture. Instead of meeting in a traditional Sunday School classroom, we might meet over a bonfire. Instead of potlucks, we might fellowship over pick-up games of basketball or strobe-light dodgeball.

We do loud music, crazy nights, and weird events, but we never compromise on the Gospel message: Jesus is life.

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Led by Phillip Brown
Our Youth Sunday School is currently working through the narrative of the Bible. Often students will say, "I want to  read the Word but I struggle understanding it." This is your chance to come discover God's Word as it applies to your life. More importantly, give yourself a foundation for how to continue to discover God's Word to us through the Bible on your own within your own personal devotional time.

Wednesday Evenings 5:45 - 8:00 PM

Led by Phillip Brown
Our midweek service is available for all 6th-12th grade students to come experience the presence of God. Throughout Wednesday evening services, we learn what it looks like to Love God, Love Others, and Make Disciples. We like to have some fun with it too, because the Christian faith is life-giving and not drab and boring. Meals are served at 5:45-6:45 alongside fellowship, basketball, hangout time, etc. Service itself runs from 6:45-8pm. Rides are available if needed.