A wide variety of programs provide opportunities for guidance, encouragement, and instruction for a growing faith in Jesus Christ. Included in these programs are discipleship programs, covenant and accountability groups, international and domestic mission trips, and community service opportunities.
Chapel Services, Convocations and Campus Ministries:
Why is "chapel" a required part of the NNU experience?
There are some things we all need to learn. The life of the mind and life of the heart come together as we gather for chapel.
There are some things we all need to hear. There are voices of challenge and hope, and cries of desperate need that you may not hear anywhere else.
There are some things we all need to do. No one seeks the kingdom of God alone. We worship together, we pray together, and we make a difference together.
Why do we have chapel at Northwest Nazarene University? Because there are some things we all need.Sunday Worship: All students are encouraged to become involved in a local church of their choice.
Lecture Series: Several special lecture series have been established across the years to enhance the chapel/convocation programming. A brief description of the major lecture series follows:
The E. E. Wordsworth Holiness Lecture Series has been endowed by the Wordsworth family to honor Rev. E. E. Wordsworth for his years of service to the Church. The purpose of the series is to emphasize the Wesleyan doctrine of perfect love.
The Mangum Missionary Lecture Series was established by the family to honor Dr. T. E. Mangum, Sr., for his dedication to medicine and missions. A missionary-in-residence is scheduled to make the college community aware of the needs of the world.