Other Buildings, Sites and Events

Here you will find pictures of buildings, sites and events significant in the history or ministry of the Church of the Nazarene.

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 Colleges/Universities/Seminaries

Quincy, Massachusetts Eastern Nazarene College

Quincy, Massachusetts Eastern Nazarene College Campus

Quincy, Massachusetts Eastern Nazarene College

Quincy, Massachusetts Eastern Nazarene College, 1920s.

Quincy, Massachusetts Eastern Nazarene College, Memorial Hall

Quincy, Massachusetts Eastern Nazarene College, Memorial Hall

Quincy, Massachusetts Eastern Nazarene College, Munro Hall

Quincy, Massachusetts Eastern Nazarene College, Munro Hall

MVNC R. R. Hodges Chapel

Mount Vernon, Ohio. Mount Vernon Nazarene College (now University). From back of postcard: “R. R. Hodges Chapel-Auditorium and Fine Arts Center at Mount Vernon (Ohio) Nazarene College. Dedicated in 1990, the center is a focal point of spiritual, cultural and educational activity at the college.” (author’s collection)

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Nampa, Idaho Northwest Nazarene College

Nampa, Idaho Northwest Nazarene College (now University). Postcard from many years ago.

Nampa, Idaho Northwest Nazarene College (now University) Administration Building

Nampa, Idaho Northwest Nazarene College (now University) Administration Building. Postcard from many years ago.

NNC Student Center

Nampa, Idaho, Northwest Nazarene College (now University) Student Center. From back: “This spacious Student Center, erected in 1962, provides modern facilities for numerous services. It has become a most popular meeting place for student activities.”

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Olivet Nazarene College

Kankakee, IL: Olivet Nazarene College (now University), Administration Building

ONC Dormitory

Kankakee, Illinois, Olivet Nazarene College (now University) Dormitory. From back: “Dedicated to the high ideals of providing a liberal education in an environment of Christian culture, conserving fundamental, spiritual and moral values.”

Olivet Nazarene College

Kankakee, IL: Olivet Nazarene College (now University), Gymnasium

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Nashville, Tennessee, Trevecca Nazarene College New Fine Arts Building

Nashville, Tennessee, Trevecca Nazarene College (now University) “New Fine Arts Building” newspaper clipping.

TNC Living Waters Cascade

Nashville, Tennessee, Trevecca Nazarene College (now University), “The Living Waters Cascade helps to create a special atmosphere at T.N.C.”

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Busingen, Germany, European Nazarene College

Busingen, Germany, European Nazarene College, 2010 (photo: Daryl Densford).

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Kansas City, Missouri, Nazarene Theological Seminary

Kansas City, Missouri, Nazarene Theological Seminary

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South American Nazarene Seminary

South American Nazarene Seminary, Buenos Aires, Argentina (photo: Daryl Densford).

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Pilar, Argentina, Nazarene Seminary

Pilar, Argentina, Nazarene Seminary (photo: Daryl Densford)

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Quito, Ecuador Church of the Nazarene Seminary

Quito, Ecuador Church of the Nazarene Seminary.

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Headquarters/Global Ministries Center/Offices

Church of the Nazarene International Headquarters

Kansas City, Missouri, Church of the Nazarene International Headquarters, the Stewardship Building, housed the general offices of the denomination until 2008 when they moved to the Global Ministry Center in Lenexa, Kansas

The Stewardship Building

After sale of the former headquarters complex, the Stewardship Building was demolished, 2012 (photo NCNNews).

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Church of the Nazarene Global Ministry Center

Lenexa, Kansas, Church of the Nazarene Global Ministry Center, 2009 (photo by Americasroof on Wikimedia Commons).

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South_America_Regional_Offices-COTN-Pilar_Argentina

Pilar, Argentina, Church of the Nazarene South America Regional Offices (photo: Daryl Densford).

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Busingen, Germany, EURASIA Regional Office

Busingen, Germany, EURASIA Regional Office, 2010 (photo: Daryl Densford)

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Publishing/Bookstores

Kansas City, Missouri, Nazarene Publishing House

Kansas City, Missouri, Nazarene Publishing House.

Kansas City, Missouri, Nazarene Publishing House

Kansas City, Missouri, Nazarene Publishing House.

Kansas City, Missouri, Nazarene Publishing House

Kansas City, Missouri, Nazarene Publishing House.

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Pasadena, California Nazarene Bookstore

Pasadena, California Nazarene Bookstore, originally part of Pasadena College.

Pasadena, California Nazarene Bookstore

Pasadena, California Nazarene Bookstore.

Pasadena, California Nazarene Bookstore

Pasadena, California Nazarene Bookstore.

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Toronto, Canada Nazarene Publishing House Bookstore

Toronto, Canada Nazarene Publishing House Bookstore.

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Other Interesting or Significant Sites

Vicksburg, Michigan, Indian Lake Nazarene Camp Tabernacle

Vicksburg, Michigan, Indian Lake Nazarene Camp Tabernacle

Indian Lake Nazarene Camp Nazarene Worker's Home

Vicksburg, Michigan, Indian Lake Nazarene Camp Nazarene Worker’s Home

Vicksburg, Michigan, Indian Lake Nazarene Camp

Vicksburg, Michigan, Indian Lake Nazarene Camp Cabins

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North East, Maryland Camp meeting house and grounds

North East, Maryland, North East Camp (Campgrounds of the Washington and Philadelphia Districts of the Church of the Nazarene) Camp meeting house and grounds

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Pentecostal Advocate

“In 1901 the first congregation of the Independent Holiness Church was formed at Van Alstyne, Texas, by Charles B. Jernigan. At an early date, James B. Chapman affiliated with this denomination, which prospered and grew rapidly. In time, the congregations led by Dennis Rogers affiliated with the Independent Holiness Church.
Several leaders of this church were active in the Holiness Association of Texas, a vital interdenominational body that sponsored a college at Peniel, near Greenville, Texas. The association also sponsored the Pentecostal Advocate, the Southwest’s leading Holiness paper, which became a Nazarene organ in 1910. E. C. DeJernett, a minister, and C. A. McConnell, a layman, were prominent workers in this organization.” (From nazarene.org)

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Significant Events

Hallelujah March Pilot Point TX 1908

Pilot Point, Texas, “The Hallelujah March” celebrating the union of various holiness groups forming the Pentecostal Church of the Nazarene, 1908.

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General Assembly 1932

Eight Quadrennial General Assembly of the Church of the Nazarene, Whichita, Kansas, 1932

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