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Summer Ministry Group Homecoming Concert September 13

September 11, 2009, 4:05 am
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NNU’s traveling summer ministry groups have returned to campus, and in their honor, College Church of the Nazarene will host a homecoming concert Sunday. The goal of the three summer travel groups was to provide visibility for the university through worship, song, drama and relationships.

“The summer travel groups provide us with an opportunity to showcase the best and brightest that NNU’s student population has to offer,” Mike Marston, assistant director of admissions and director of the university’s summer ministry groups, said. “Ministering to others in this venue is at the heart of the mission of NNU and the Church of the Nazarene.”

Covenant, a musical performance group; Parable, a drama ministry group; and Witness, an outreach youth ministry group visited churches and youth camps throughout the Northwest this summer and have now returned to campus for another academic year. The community is invited to enjoy these travel groups in concert at College Church—located on the corner of Dewey and Juniper—on Sept. 13 at 5 p.m. Admission is free.

For more information on any of NNU’s public relations groups, please contact Mike Marston at mmarston@nnu.edu or by calling (208) 467-8000, or visit www.nnu.edu/ministrygroups.


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