Nazarenes in the News

Nazarenes in the News is a compilation of online news articles featuring Nazarene churches or church members. 

Trevecca students create original opera

Nashville, Tennesse

(New Channel 5, April 22) Students from Trevecca Nazarene University went above and beyond what was necessary for a school research project by creating a full-length opera.

About 70 students from different departments came together to create the original opera.

It was supposed to be a 25 minute, 1 act opera, but it turned into a two hour, two act show called "Requiem for the Living: An Opera."

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New Mexico church invites thieves to pray after break-in

Albuquerque, New Mexico

(KOB 4, April 29) A local church is struggling to recover after thieves did a lot of damage last Friday to one of their campuses.

Insurance won’t cover the damage at Sandia Mountain Church of the Nazarene on Central Avenue because they had a damaging fire about six years ago. Pastor Steve Marjerison has invited the thieves to come pray with them.

“The church was wrecked,” he said. “They had taken an instrument and broke off the push bar in one of our daycare classrooms.”

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