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Churches in Nashua, NH
1.New Beginnings Fellowship Assembly of God
6 Spruce St0.57 mi Nashua, NH Assemblies of God ChurchesChurches & Places of WorshipPentecostal Churches
Does this Pastor favor his own company business more than New Beginning Fellowship? I often wondered about this. The church's name was changed from Sheepfold Fellowship more than a decade ago, yet even with having its sermons aired on local cable TV and YouTube for the past couple years, it probably has less members now than it did when it was still called, Sheepfold. I realize this church is not exactly located in the best neighborhood in Nashua, but for about the past dozen years, NBF has seemed to be still in the "planting" stage with no hope for any growth in sight. I'm also well aware that, according to national Gallup polls over the past several years, New Hampshire has long-time been deemed to be one of the Least Religious states in the country. The NBF Pastor doesn't respond well to suggestions and constructive criticism -- especially when a good portion of the congregation has either formerly worked for him, or currently works for his company business, which just happens to be immediately adjacent to the church itself. I left NBF about eight months ago because I felt it was a stagnant congregation with just over a dozen members, and it seemed like any new visitors were leaving NBF as if there was a big revolving door in front of the church. I sort of viewed the church's situation like Paula Abdul's famous song, "One Step Forward and Two Steps Back". I wouldn't have minded if NBF had, at least, tried some innovative methods to try to grow its membership (i.e. obtain a temporary college Intern, retain a consultant trouble-shooter, etc.) and still remained a small congregation, but the Pastor just seemed complacent on keeping the numbers low. What made me especially upset was when a female visitor asked an irrelevant question at a Wednesday night Bible study last year, and the Pastor automatically deviated from our scheduled topic just to accommodate this woman for the next two weeks. And, oh yeah, this woman quoted ZERO Bible scriptures to substantiate her argument and, within a couple weeks, chose no longer to attend NBF. I'm not suggesting there was anything immoral or unethical about the whole "bizarre" episode with that woman except that the Pastor NEVER displayed the same type of reaction or body language with me or most other men regarding similar type Bible-related questions. It seemed like every other month, the Pastor would announce that NBF was about three weeks away from closing its doors due to "lack of financial support". As the old cliche goes, the definition of "insanity" is doing the same thing over and over again, and expecting a different result. The Pastor's strategy to move NBF forward is: pray about it, sit on our butts, and then simply wait for God to add more members to the congregation. Needless to say, I DEFINITELY DO NOT believe that the Holy Spirit ever gave the Pastor this instruction for increasing the congregation. Before I left, NBF seemed more like a very small social clique (of mostly his employees and their relatives) than any semblance of a growing, thriving church. Delete review
2.St Joseph's Parish
777 W Hollis St3.36 mi Nashua, NH Churches & Places of WorshipCatholic Churches
The webpage is very interesting and informative, but it would be helpful if they had the Hours of Masses on the webpage. If they are there, they are difficult to find. I went through the webpage looking for them and couldn't find them.
3.Crossway Christian Church
503 Main Dunstable Rd4.16 mi Nashua, NH Christian ChurchesChurches & Places of WorshipInterdenominational Churches
4.Community Chapel Church-Nazrn
5 Saint Laurent St1.35 mi Nashua, NH Churches & Places of WorshipNazarene ChurchesInterdenominational ChurchesChurch of the Nazarene
Great church. Caring pastors and loving congregation.
5.Calvary Chapel Of Nashua
48 Bridge St C0.91 mi Nashua, NH Churches & Places of WorshipPentecostal ChurchesInterdenominational ChurchesNon-Denominational Churches
6.Heritage Baptist Church
105 Lock St0.63 mi Nashua, NH Baptist ChurchesChurches & Places of WorshipGeneral Baptist Churches
I have been attending this church for a few years, and love it!! The pastor teaches the Bible with fervor, humour and humility. If you are looking for a Bible believing and following church, this is the one for you!!
7.First Baptist Church
121 Manchester St1.00 mi Nashua, NH Baptist ChurchesChurches & Places of WorshipGeneral Baptist Churches
In 1822, six men and nine women established First Baptist Church of Dunstable ( later to become Nashua ). Services were held in public meeting houses, schools, and homes, led by itinerant preachers until 1833, when a church building was erected on Main Street, north of the Nashua River, and a regular pastor was obtained. In three years, membership had grown to 350. In 1884, a mission church was built in the Crown Hill district of Nashua known at first as the Crown Hill Chapel and later as the Crown Hill Baptist Church. This was destroyed by fire in 1930, and was not rebuilt. Almost all of its members joined First Baptist Church. In 1980, the church moved to its present location at 121 Manchester Street. The church has always been active in speaking out on issues affecting the community or nation. In 1964, the church body supported a recommendation on racial equality. With the coming of the ecumenical movement, interfaith services were held with members of the Jewish and Catholic communities, as well as other Protestant churches. Refugee families were sponsored, and opportunities were provided for foreign students to study in this country. After the Universalist congregation joined the Unitarian church on Lowell Street, the window was boarded up and almost forgotten. The building housed many businesses over the year, including Nashua Trust Company. The historic window was discovered by a church member, the late Stanley Brooks, who worked at Crosby Bakery. Stanley thought that the window would be perfect for our new building erected in 1980. A generous gift by Frank and Marvis Mellen allowed the window to be removed, refurbished, and installed in its present location. The beautiful window is no longer forgotten by anyone who has been in the sanctuary of First Baptist Church. We are fortunate to have this mechanical-action organ that was built in 1902 by Hutchings-Votey Organ Company of Boston for The Church of Our Savior located in East Boston. In 1980 the organ was completely rebuilt by Philip Beaudry of Lowell Massachusetts for placement in our sanctuary.
Seems like we hit a network glitch.