We all need people we can count on. Who really know us and care about what we bring to the world. It might be the friend who gives you balloons on your birthday. The pal who calls just to chat. Or the friend who always remembers your coffee order.

At Alex Nazarene, we’re friends who feel like family. We’re finding community and so much more. We’re finding a God who loves us and the family we’d been missing. We always have room for more. So come say hi! We’d love to connect. 

Pastor Aaron Chester


Worship with us this Sunday!

Worship in person or online: 10:30 AM

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Frequently Asked Questions

What should I wear? This is a common question with an easy answer. Come as you are! Most of us dress comfortably and casually.

10:30 am. No worries if you missed your morning coffee. You will love our cafe where we serve specially roasted coffee from the Maranatha Coffee Company.


We encourage you to park in our visitor parking spaces located in the south parking lot in the front of the church. This parking lot is the closest to 11th Street. There are two entrances in the front of our church. The south entrance connected to the south parking lot is the best place to enter. When you enter, the coffee bar is on your left and there is signage letting you know where to go. You will be greeted by our welcome team and they can answer any questions you have. Feel free to enjoy a cup of coffee and spend time getting to know people in the lobby before joining worship in the sanctuary.

We have a great kids experience for your children ages 4-12 during the morning worship. They can join you in worship in the sanctuary or go to our kids' experience on the bottom floor of our Family Life Center. We also have a nursery just off the lobby for children ages 0-3. All of our volunteers are MinstrySafe certified.

Alex Nazarene Youth is for our middle school and high school students. They meet weekly on Wednesday and Sunday nights. Learn more about Alex Nazarene Youth.

We believe that worship is all about putting God in His rightful place in our lives, families, and community. Each time we gather for worship we want to celebrate with joy who God is and who we are in Christ. We sing, pray, and listen to God’s word. Our celebration usually lasts about one hour.