Worship Arts

We recognize that there are many ways to worship our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ. "All things were created by God and for God" (Colossians 1:16), so all of our gifts and talents can and should be used to praise our Father in heaven. If God created it, we should try to validate it in our church by turning it back into praise. 

For more information, contact Pastor Kim Brock.


Sunday School & Discipleship (SDMI)

Come join us for a closer look at the Bible in a small group setting.

Sunday School classes meet on Sunday mornings in both the 9 am & 10:30 am time blocks

For more information contact Diana Wilson, SDMI Director

Children's Ministries

We are excited to welcome your child and introduce him/her to Jesus Christ. We offer age appropriate classes in a safe environment with fun, creative activities and screened volunteers. 

Click here to find out more!


Refuge Student Ministries

Throughout history God has used young people to carry out His divine purpose. We believe this generation of youth is no exception. Our desire and passion is to empower teenagers to make life choices based on the truth they learn in the Bible and through the leading of God's Spirit. our youth ministries equip students to navigate life and prepare them for future success.

We serve students from 7th - 12th grade and assist their parents in teaching them to be influential men and women of God. There is a specific ministry, The Gathering, for college students and young adults.

Weekly Sunday morning service, Sunday school, Wednesday night youth group and special events create an engaging environment where students can experience God's presence and begin to explore God's purpose for their lives.



Mosaic's main focus is to serve families and individuals living with disabilities. We recognize that ALL are created in God's image, and we are determined to provide a positive spiritual environment for ALL God's children and families. A Special Needs Advisory Panel consisting of family members, professionals, pastors and those living with disabilities, meets periodically to survey our church, establish any needs, and provide any support necessary.



Man Church

Men's Ministry exists so that men have a place to grow in their relationship with God, families and other men. We believe that through social, service and spiritual events we can achieve our goal of moving closer to God. We love to have fun, work hard and eat great food.

For more information, contact Mark Stevens at mstevensd@gmail.com or you can check out our Facebook Page!


Women's Ministry

The focus of Women's Ministry is to enable women of all ages to connect with other women and to fellowship in a warm, friendly atmosphere due to the presence of God. We believe EVERY woman matters.

Within this ministry, our vision is that:

Through the connection of relationships and programs that WM offers, women will be drawn to salvation and a desire to find a place of service in the church.

Through mentoring, we would desire to raise up the next generation of leaders who will, in turn, focus on both church and community service.



Our church has a heart for missions. We recognize that we are responsible to our own community and the world. Through our Faith Promise Giving, we help support over 712 Nazarene missionaries in 159 world areas. Participation in missions is encouraged at all ages at PFN through our summer "Think BIG" mission trips and involvement in a number of local missions' projects we sponsor throughout the year.

For more information, contact Ken Roles, NMI President.


PFN has a very active Senior Adult Ministry called PrimTime for people ages 55+. PrimeTime has regular gathering for fellowshipo, as well as scheduled day and evening trips and are also very much involved in active ministry to our shut-in's and local nursing homes.

For more information, contact Brenda Harrison.


Faith Ministries

Faith Ministries is brand new at PFN. Our desire is to encourage our Church Family and community with acts of kindness and generosity. Needs are constant within our community and at PFN, Faith Ministiries will assist in the organization of meeting those needs. Health screenings, home-bound visitaiton, help at home, Living Alternative Pregnancy Resource Center volunteers, Marigold Festival volunteers, Share-A-Meal, Turkey Give-Away and Winter Car Care events will all be supported through Faith MInistries.

For more information, contact Denise Wood.


YES! is the newly organized First Impressions Team at PFN. YES! is a place that anyone in the church family can serve. YES! wants you to serve! YES! YOU can play a vital role in forming a guest's first impression of our church, creating a warm and friendly atmosphere for all who attend Pekin First Nazarene and, to some, giving them a first impression of Jesus Chirst.

For more information, contact Pastor Lloyd Brock or Judy McClanahan.



The purpose of the PFN Financial Ministry is to keep accurate records of all monetary gifts to the church and all expenses. We desire to be good stewards of the money our Church Family has given to support the ministries to reach others for Christ.

For more information, contact Brenda Blanchard.


Church Community Builder (CCB)

Church Community Builder exists to connect our PFN church family. As friends update their profiles, CCB will be used to fill service opportunities, create groups and teams, and communicate messages to organize each. After all friends have included a picture on their profile, directories may be created for each/group/class/team as well as the entire church.

For more information, contact Jake Smith.


Production Ministry

The PFN Production Ministry exists to support all we do at church through the use of technology. We use various means to communicate the message of God's love and hope as well as enhance our services. The sound, projection and video systems are all included in this ministiry.

For more info, contact Jake Smith.


Church Support Ministry

Church Support Ministry exists to encourage and maintain communication throughout PFN. The Office Manager, Director of Finance, Receptionist and volunteers lend support to all PFN Pastors, staff, ministry leaders and church family. They maintain CCB, Family Time With God. They also make the weekly bulletins, newsletters, etc. Church Support keeps PFN organized and aware.

For more information, contact Rachel Morrow.



The Kitchen Ministry is responsible for supporting Church meetings, gatherings and special events through the presentation of food. The ministry plans, purchases, prepares and serves meals, as well as implements the set up and break down of the Fellowship Center. Meals may be served at many events including, congregational gatherings, ministry meetings, funeral dinners, district events, etc.



Church Support Ministry exists to encourage and maintain communication throughout PFN. The Office Manager, Director of Finance, Receptionist and volunteers lend support to all PFN Pastors, staff, ministry leaders and church family. They maintain CCB, Family Time With God. They also make the weekly bulletins, newsletters, etc. Church Support keeps PFN organized and aware.

For more information, contact Randy Martin


Building / landscaping / lock-up Ministry

Building/Landscaping/Lock-up Ministry exists to support all we do at Church through facilities upkeep. We will build teams for each area. Building Team will be in charge of upkeep for our facilities; custodial, painting, plumbing, regular maintenance. Landscaping Team will be in charge of plantings, mowing, weed-eating, snow shoveling, trees and bushes. Lock-Up Team will be in charge of making sure the building is secure and all lights are out after each even and service.

For more information, contact the Church Office.

Safety Training Class

People interested in working with Children and Youth at Pekin First Nazarene should email Earlene Lucas, Safety Director, at safety@pekinfirstnaz.org for the password to access the Children and Youth Worker Safety Screening video class.

Once obtained, please download and print the Safety Training Packet. This packet includes you volunteer application, safety workbook & safety quiz. Then click here to view the video. Fill out the Safety Workbook while watching the class. Then take the quiz based on the information you just learned. Fill out the application including the 2 personal reference checks and background check information.

If a person volunteers with the Northwestern Illinois District at an overnight event, a safety class must be taken through the District Office. If you have completed this class, please print the certificate upon completion of the class. The completion certificate must be turned in at the time of your interview. Print and complete the Volunteer Application, including two personal reference checks and background check information. You must also complete an interview mentioned below. The Northwestern Illinois District class simply replaces our PFN online video class. 

Watch the bulletin for the next Children and Youth Worker Safety Screening interview night. Bring completed quiz and application with you. Your interview will last approximately 20 minutes, first come, first served. This class must be completed every other year to be current with Pekin First Nazarene policy.

Any questions? Contact Earlene Lucas.