Navajo Christmas Project Update

February 24, 2021

To all Colorado Churches:

Just a note to remind you that we will be delivering the gifts that were collected for the Navajo Christmas Project on 3/6/2021. We will be leaving for Ramah, NM on Wednesday, March 3, 2021. All gifts must be delivered to the drop off points before the pick-up times on 3/3.

Wednesday: March 3, 2021 –9:00am Northern Co. and The Greater Denver Area The Crossing Church of the Nazarene 3501 W. 104th Ave., Westminster, CO 80031, Church hours are 8:00-4:30 please call before delivering boxes, 303-469-5149Drop off date is Monday, March 1 – Wednesday, March 3. Truck will be loaded, and Rick will be leaving no later than 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, March 3.  

11:00 am Colorado Springs – Greater Springs Area The loading time may be earlier, perhaps as early as 10:30am. Eastborough Church of the Nazarene 4123 E. Pikes Peak Ave., Colorado Springs, CO 80909- 719-596-1929 Please call for appointment. 

1:30pm Arkansas Valley – Pueblo – Pueblo First Church – 84 Stanford Ave., Pueblo I-25 to Central/Northern Ave., turn right, turn left on Northern, go to Lehigh and turn right, turn left on Stanford. 719-564-3209 Please call for appointment.

3:30 pm – Trinidad Nazarene Church

Please remember that we will not be taking gently used clothing this year. We will be taking the gifts that have been assigned and non-perishable food items.

Thank you for your support of this wonderful ministry, 

God bless,
Pastor Rick Davis
NMI Colorado District President
Communicating the Gospel in a Pluralistic World 2021

This course is taught by Rev. Rick Edwards. It will be an online class, with the Zoom link sent out by the Instructor. Dates are:

Monday, March 1

  • Complete registration for course.
  • Begin reading Meacham textbook.
March 6 and March 12/13, 2021
:The purpose of this course is to help prepare Christian ministers in the Church of the Nazarene for ministry in a religiously pluralistic world in which there exists no single religious perception of reality that is universally applicable and binding; that is, the belief that no religion can legitimately claim to proclaim the truth for all persons. Central to the course is the question, How is one to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ in a pluralistic world from within a Wesleyan theological perspective? This course will seek to answer that question, while being faithful to apostolic faith and doctrine that affirms that Christian faith is not just one more acceptable religious option among others.

For more than 100 years, the Church of the Nazarene has been on a mission to share the hope of Jesus Christ with our world. This mission is still alive and thriving in this season of hope. You play a vital role in this mission every time you pray and support your local church and World Evangelism efforts.

The Easter Offering for World Evangelism resources are now available for download or order at