The Stilwell Church of the Nazarene is a “Holiness” church formed in the Wesleyan-Holiness tradition. We believe that God calls all Christians to a life of holy living, a life that is distinguished by the ongoing work of the  Holy Spirit to fill the individual with love for God and humankind.

Time of Services:

Sunday School – 9:30 AM
Worship – 10:45 AM


In the heart of Stilwell, our first service was held on September 2, 2012, in the original United Methodist Church building on the corner of Main and Park Street.

On July 6, 2017, the church purchased the building across the street, which was the original Baptists Church in Stilwell.

When older church buildings were built, they were often placed in the center of the community. They represented a place that brought people together. Today we want to continue the tradition of bringing people together.  We have adapted our old church building to allow easy access to the sanctuary and Sunday School/Small Group classrooms.


The Stilwell Church of the Nazarene has something to offer: intimacy. Our goal is to allow more opportunity to let relationships run deep, with God and our neighbors.  We offer a genuine sense of belonging to a community of individuals who share the love of God.

Holding onto the traditional elements of our Holiness beliefs, we sing hymns, do responsive readings, pray at the altar, teach from the Bible, and close with a benediction.

Pastor’s Study

Statement of Belief

These are the beliefs the Church of the Nazarene hold to be true: We believe in one God—the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We believe that the Old and New Testament Scriptures, given by plenary inspiration, contain all truth necessary to faith and Christian living. We believe that man is born with a fallen nature, and is, therefore, inclined …


The Church of the Nazarene believes every Christian should live a sanctified life.  A life free of deliberate sin where disobedience to God should rarely occur. We are to live by the power of the Holy Spirit as God’s Spirit transforms us to be like Christ. Sanctification comes from the verb sanctify. Sanctify means to be “separate” or to be …


Upcoming Events

We meet for Sunday School at 9:30 AM.
Our Church Service begins at 10:45 AM.