We first assembled in 1906 with a small congregation having a strong desire to live a life of holiness. In 1913, this small group of believers joined with the Church of the Nazarene denomination and became The East Rockaway Church of the Nazarene.
Throughout the years, we have continued to grow spiritually and numerically. Members have remained committed to reaching out to the surrounding community.
Today, we look to the future with an ever-increasing sense of excitement and great expectations of the mighty things God is going to do in us and through us.
We continue to hold firm the importance of carrying out the Great Commission. This we are very confident of "...that He who has begun a good work in us will complete it, until the day of Jesus Christ". (Philippians 1:6)
The Wesleyan revival that saved 18th Century England from revolution, reaffirmed the testimony and experience of the Early Church, that God is able to forgive man's sins and cleanse his heart from all unrighteousness.
Towards the close of the 19th Century, a revival of this message in the United States led to the formation of congregations that banded together in 1908, as the Church of the Nazarene.