What does it mean to be a Member?

At First Naz, everyone who attends our services is part of our church family.

Beyond simply attending our church, there is another level of involvement we call "Membership". Everyone who holds a leadership position in our church is required to be a Member, but that is not the main reason people become Members at First Naz. Becoming a church Member is part of the spiritual growth and discipleship process that is taught in the early church in the New Testament.

If you want to know more about Membership, download the Membership packet and sign up for the next Membership class. And remember, even if you don't pursue Membership, we still encourage you to embrace the commitments it represents.

We would love to be part of your journey of spiritual growth and be a place where you can make meaningful connections. Please contact Pastor Trent if you have any questions about our church or what it means to be a Member at First Naz!

Step 1: Membership Info Packet
Step 1: Membership Info Packet

Download the membership info packet to get a sneak peek at a First Naz membership class.

Step 2: Register for Membership Class

Membership classes are offered a few times each year. Register through the link below and we will send you the class info. Classes are typically held in-person at the church.

Step 3: Start Volunteering!

All First Naz members are expected to contribute with their time. Volunteers make church happen!

If you aren’t already volunteering at First Naz, please fill out this form to let us know how you would like to be more involved. There is a place for everyone to serve!

Step 4: Get The App

Stay connected through our Church Center app! This is how you can manage your volunteer schedule/preferences, update your profile, access the church directory, donate, and keep in touch with your small group.

Step 5: Start Tithing

Beyond giving of your time as a volunteer, members are expected to support the church financially, as it demonstrates their commitment to their faith and supports the work of the church. Tithing fosters a sense of stewardship, gratitude, and unity among church members, playing a vital role in the growth and impact of the church both locally and globally.