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Our Core Beliefs

Explore the foundational beliefs that guide our faith and community at Nashville Nazarene. From the nature of God and the authority of the Bible to the transformative power of Jesus Christ, learn how these principles shape our life and worship together.


We believe in one God who is involved in our world and has expressed himself in personal ways. We know God’s personality as Father, Son and Holy Spirit – the Trinity.


We believe the Bible communicates God’s saving message and is our reliable authority in all matters related to faith and Christian living.


We believe that all humankind struggles with a downward pull that leads us to sin, or make choices that oppose God’s best for our lives.


We believe that we experience God’s help and salvation through a faith commitment to Jesus Christ, our future is one of eternal union with God and all that is good in the Kingdom of God.


We believe the love and grace of God is extended to every person in the provision Jesus Christ made in his death and resurrection. By turning from our own selfishness and trusting Jesus Christ, we experience a new life, being freed from the old patterns of self-destructive acts called sin.


We believe our new life in Jesus Christ is the gateway to transformation. Following our moment of faith in Jesus, we believe there is another moment in which we present our life completely to Christ (we give God all of ourselves) in order to live under his authority and to experience his transforming power through the Holy Spirit.


We believe that Christian experience is more than a change of mind. It is accompanied by assurance that is grounded in the Scriptures as well as the inner witness of God’s Spirit.


We believe that all who live for Jesus Christ have an eternal future. Our belief in such a future includes the fulfillment of God’s creative purpose as well as the accountability of all persons endowed with the power of choice.

Religious Meditation

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