First Church of the Nazarene
2600 Avenue A


First Church of the Nazarene
2600 Avenue A


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First Church of the Nazarene
2600 Avenue A
Nazarene Member Recalls Out-Door Tent Meetings - History of Churches . . . (no date)
Will Burn Mortgage; Then Start Another Campaign - At 1st Nazarene April 16, 1955
Remodeling At Nazarene Church - Program To Cost About $35,000 October 22, 1955
First Nazarene Buys Property December 28, 1955
To Finish Work With Dedication - Nazarene Expansion Includes New Tower September 8, 1956
First Nazarene To Launch Building Fund Emphasis - Two Church Heads To Speak May 4, 1963
1st Nazarene Evening Service Features A 25-Piece Orchestra - Directed By Retired Major July 24, 1965
First Nazarene To Mark Golden Year - Powers To Speak September 16, 1967
Golden Observance Recalls Early Days - Dr. Powers To Speak September 23, 1967
New Church, Educational Units Are Big Projects Here For '72 December 24, 1971
Youths Have Things To Do - At First Nazarene October 14, 1972
New Church Sanctuary Proposed - At First Nazarene October 30, 1976
First Church Of Nazarene To Hold Opening Day Sunday December 9, 1978
Triple-Crosses Deliver Message April 14, 1979
New Sanctuary Dedication Set June 2, 1979
Nazarene Rally Slated October 6, 1979
Two Events Slated At First Nazarene April 12, 1980
Memorial Chapel Will Be Dedicated May 16, 1980
Foster Resigns Pastorate July 21, 1984


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1955 - 1984




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First Church of the Nazarene
2600 Avenue A


Council Bluffs, Iowa


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