Sunday, August 3, we are looking forward to a powerful time of sharing our testimonies and the work that God is doing in our lives and the life of Karcher church. Cardboard testimonies are short phrases of God’s personally redemptive work written on two sides of a piece of...Read More
Labor Day Weekend we’ll end the summer with a celebration picnic as a church family! Sunday, August 31, bring your lawn chairs and plan to spend the afternoon in the Karcher Park. There will be horseshoes, volleyball, and a softball game. Karcher will provide grilled chicken;...Read More
This summer we’re excited to offer—for the first time ever—a free summer concert series. There will be three concerts, one a month, throughout the summer. Each will feature local or regional bands and will be held in the Karcher Park. There will be a food truck at the...Read More
Introducing electronic giving from Mogiv! You can now give online, via email or even through mobile text messaging! It only takes a few minutes to set up a new account, and once you do, you can give anytime, in any amount from anywhere! Below are the answers to some questions...Read More
The Church of the Nazarene is among those Churches known as holiness Churches. We believe that one’s relationship to God in Christ Jesus means more than simply that we get to go to heaven when we die. We believe that we are transformed in this life to be able to love God fully with heart, soul, mind, and strength, and to love our neighbor as our self.
Pastor Mark and his wife, Glenda, began their tenure at Karcher in November of 2010. Karcher is Mark’s third ministry assignment: three years in Alaska, twenty years in Monterey, CA, and now Nampa, ID. A graduate of both Northwest Nazarene University and Point Loma Nazarene University, Mark is committed to Biblical teaching with excellence.
Orthodoxy and Doctrinal Statements
Karcher Church is a member Church of The Church Of The Nazarene International. Therefore, we uphold the doctrine of the Church Of The Nazarene. This summary statement of faith is not meant to fully explain nor detail the doctrinal statements of the Church, but to give a brief overview.