Ceremony of Installation Service for Rev Michael Hull
Sunday June 7, 2020 10:30 a.m.
Officiated by K. Ray McDowell, Assistant District Superintendent South Texas District.
The Installation of a Pastor is a sacred and significant event in the life of a congregation and in the life of a Pastor. The opportunity to celebrate the beginning of a new relationship will strengthen the ties between pastor and the people and receives the highest attention by all concerned. Click here to read the bio for Pastor Mike.
The Church Campus reopened Sunday May 17th.
Clear Lake Church of the Nazarene was open for Sunday Morning Worship services on Sunday May 17th @ our regular time of 10:30 a.m. Out of a measure of concern and caution we will be offering Family Worship Services in the sanctuary only through the rest of the month of May.
The anticipated schedule for the rest of the campus is as follows:
|Youth Group||June 3rd|
|Sunday School||June 7th|
|Midweek Services||June 10th|
|The Truth Project||June 10th|
|Children’s Church||June 14th|
During this time we will keep you informed as we move forward in the process of returning to our normal schedule of ministry activities.
In the meantime, we will continue online streaming Bible studies on Sunday mornings at 9 & 9:30, and Wednesday evenings at 7pm. Please be on the look-out for further details and notices to keep you informed and updated via our online service Announcements, CLCN Website, All-Church Emails, and Facebook postings.
Basket ball, pickel ball and volley ball schedules have not yet been published.
CLCN Social Distancing Policies
CLCN attendees that have elevated risk of infection due to age or health history are encouraged to watch services and Sunday School studies online from the CLCN Website, Facebook page or Youtube.
If you have a fever, cough, or any symptom of the COVID virus, please stay at home for your own protection as well as the health and safety of others in your church family.
Wearing a mask properly is strongly encouraged while inside the building, the Narthex. The mask may be removed when seated in a pew, leading worship, or preaching from the platform. At the conclusion of the service, please wear the mask until you exit the building
Hand sanitizer will be provided by greeters upon entry to the buildings.
Pew seating will be from alternate ends to assure a minimum of 6 feet of spacing between families. Please proceed no further than halfway into the pew. Please do not tamper with ropes.
In order to maintain social distancing, maximum restroom occupancy is 3 people. CLCN will provide restroom attendants.
Stewards will sanitize the buildings before and after each service.
Gloves will be used by ushers and those serving communion.
- After the service the ushers will direct you to exit a pew at a time, starting from the last pew to minimize interaction between the congregants,
Church Services Online Sunday Morning:
Zoom Sunday School for Teens on Sunday 9:30 a.m. and Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. Please contact Shawn Summers at 713-408-6553 For more information, or call the church office at 281-486-9581.
Every Sunday, and several other times during each week, people gather at Clear Lake Church of the Nazarene, located at 14310 Highway 3 in Webster, Texas. We come, first of all, to worship together as a community of faith. Fellowship with friends and family, acts of service to others in Jesus Name, and study of God’s Word are also important aspects of church life.
Our church intentionally strives to minihttp://www.clearlakenazarene.tv/ster to all generations especially focusing on children and youth. There are Sunday School classes for all ages, small group gatherings, and special events throughout the year. Christian counseling is also available.
When we worship we enjoy great music that includes mainly more current music but also includes some of the great hymns from the history of the church. We have some talented singers and musicians who know how to usher people in to the Presence of the Lord.
One primary effort is Upward Soccer, a first-class sports experience that emphasizes healthy competition, sportsmanship, skills building and fun versus the “win-at-all-costs” mentality found in many children sports leagues.
We also have a weekly Adult Sports program with Pickle Ball and Basket Ball. Each is open to the public.
Our teens, especially, enjoy our Activity Center, with lots of fun events geared to fellowship and fun with a Christian purpose.
Visitors to our church are greeted and made welcome but aren’t “put on the spot” in the service. In fact, if you want, you can check out our video stream archives or even watch a service live online. Whether you are looking for some answers to the big questions of life or just looking for a place to call your church home come and see us!