The Plainville Church of the Nazarene is located in Plainville – in the heart of Kansas. We are a strong group of Christians dedicated to serving the Lord in our community and beyond.
Below are questions to some commonly asked questions – feel free to contact us using the form at the bottom with any other questions.
We look forward to meeting you and are glad that you are here!
Where is the church located?
109 S Meridian
Plainville, Kansas 67663
What are your service times?
Sunday School – 9:45 am
Sunday Morning Service – 10:45 am
Sunday Evening Service – 6:00 pm
Wednesday Evening Service – 7:00 pm
Where is Plainville from surrounding cities?
25 miles North of Hays via Highway 183
43 miles West of Russell via US-281 N and KS-18 W
76 miles East of Quinter via I-70 E and US-183 N
37 miles South of Phillipsburg via Highway 183
Do you offer childcare during church services?
Childcare is provided from birth up to age three in the nursery on Sunday’s during Sunday School and morning service. Although not provided regularly, arrangements can be made if childcare is needed during Sunday evening services and Wednesday evening services.
What denomination is the Nazarene Church?
The Church of the Nazarene is a Protestant Christian church in the Wesleyan-Holiness tradition.
What do Nazarenes believe about God?
As part of the Christian community, Nazarenes understand that there is one God, who has always existed and will always exist (Deuteronomy 6:4). We believe that He is creative (Genesis 1; Isaiah 40:25-26) and holy (Leviticus 19:2; Isaiah 5:16, 6:1-7) and that His purposes are carried out in this world (Jeremiah 29:11; Acts 1:6-7).
We also understand that God’s nature is “three-fold”: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit (Matthew 28:19-20; 2 Corinthians 13:14). This concept of God’s three-fold nature, the Trinity, was understood by the early Christian Church as the best way to explain what they had experienced. They knew from their Jewish roots that there is only one God, but they also knew that Jesus acted as if He were God. In addition, the Holy Spirit, empowering the church as promised by Jesus and the Old Testament, seemed to have all of God’s power as well. Thus they understood that Jesus and the Holy Spirit are parts of the one God who has always existed. Nazarenes embrace this belief borne out by God’s Word.
Is there an official website of the international Church Of The Nazarene?
Yes. Located at www.nazarene.org