Ordination Service Update
As you know, our ordination service is scheduled for August 16, 2020 at 6:30pm. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and governmental guidelines we are having to limit in-person attendance for this event. While we are disappointed that we cannot welcome all who wish to attend, we are excited to stream the service on YouTube and encourage everyone to tune in and enjoy this special service. It will be very similar to the experience so many of you had when attending our recent district assembly online.

We are asking that only those participating in the service and those directly invited by our ordinands attend in person. Just this group puts us near the current capacity for the venue if we are to stay within the guidelines for public gatherings. Honoring this limitation will allow our ordinands to invite those they most desire to be with them for this special day. The ordinands have already been informed about how many they can invite and they were all so understanding. I am certain each ordinand would invite more than we are able to accommodate, but this plan will allow them to be ordained without having to wait another year.

Thank you so much for your understanding. Please share this information with your churches. We look forward to next year when we can all be together.
If you would like to watch the service online, please click in the area below.
Ordination Service is August 16, 2020. Ordination will take place at the Aurora Tower Community Fellowship Church of the Nazarene at 6:30pm.
Below is the YouTube link for the Ordination Service on August 16, 2020. Click the link to watch the service.


This class will be held the weekends of September 18-19 and September 25-26. 2020.
Living Ethical Lives 2020

Course Description

From its very beginning the Wesleyan-Holiness tradition has emphasized the moral implications of the gospel. This theme is not unique to the Holiness tradition because all Christians understand that healthy Christianity bears fruit. The purpose of this class is to call attention to this reality by pointing toward the multiple sources and resources for Christian character found in Scripture, as it has been handed on to each new generation. Special attention will be given to the unique way in which moral reflection has characterized the Wesleyan-Holiness tradition in a discipleship manner.

Another trajectory for this class is Christian character. Such things as integrity, fidelity, consistency, and generosity speak to the work of the Holy Spirit in the life of the believer. Part of the importance of this class is to be found in calling attention to the crucial sense in which embodying the faith should be understood as a material outgrowth of the preaching of the gospel. In other words, to preach the gospel without the intention to live it out is unthinkable in the Wesleyan-Holiness tradition.

Rev. Mickey Cox is the instructor for these classes.

Colorado District
Ministry Candidate Weekend 2021


The Ministry Candidate Weekend is for those ministers applying for their first district license. You must have held a local license for at least a year and have completed at least one-fourth of a validated course of study (including Becoming a Holy People and Nazarene History & Polity) to be eligible for a district license. Any history of divorce must have already been addressed, or will be addressed as a part of the Candidate Weekend process. The endorsement of your local church pastor will also be required in order to attend. If you have questions regarding eligibility, or wish to request an application packet, please contact Dr. Kevin Compton at kcompton@conazarene.org.
Registrations are due October 31, 2020.