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2801 SW Walnut, Blue Springs, MO 64015

From I-70

Exit at the Blue Springs Woods Chapel exit and go south. Turn east on Walnut.

From I-470

Exit at the Blue Springs Woods Chapel exit and go east. When you arrive at 40 Highway, go east. Turn north on Woods Chapel, then turn east on Walnut.

From 40 Highway

Turn north on Woods Chapel and turn east on Walnut.

The church is on the north side of Walnut across from the Blue Springs Cemetery.

Click here for driving directions

2801 SW Walnut, Blue Springs, MO 64015

From I-70

Exit at the Blue Springs Woods Chapel exit and go south. Turn east on Walnut.

From I-470

Exit at the Blue Springs Woods Chapel exit and go east. When you arrive at 40 Highway, go east. Turn north on Woods Chapel, then turn east on Walnut.

From 40 Highway

Turn north on Woods Chapel and turn east on Walnut.

The church is on the north side of Walnut across from the Blue Springs Cemetery.

Sunday Worship, 10:45 am

Sunday Bible Study, 9:30 am

Wednesday Teen Group, 7:00 pm

For current activities, check our Events page.

Jonathan Weathers, Lead Pastor

It’s been my pleasure to serve as Lead Pastor at Blue Springs Nazarene since 2012. From growing up in Kansas, then pastoring in Michigan, I can tell you that my family and I love being here in Blue Springs. Krystal and I met in college (MidAmerica Nazarene University) and have been married for more than 20 years now. We have two incredible daughters, Audrey and Jenna. Our family enjoys exploring KC together, walking trails nearby, and walking the best dog in the world, Mocha.

~Jonathan

Ashley Marquess, Office Manager

We are very grateful to have an amazing church family and we are lucky to have made several great friends. I’m a former preschool teacher turned stay-at-home mom to office manager part-time. We are so glad to be here and love meeting all of you.

~ Ashley

Jessica Vogt, Associate Pastor

I’m so thankful to be a part of this church family and for the opportunity I have been given to learn and serve the Lord with you! God is faithful, abounding in love, and is so good! I look forward to what God has in store for Blue Springs Church of the Nazarene!

~Jessica

Sarah Thompson, Associate Pastor

I’m so excited to be a part of what God is already doing within the Blue Springs Church of the Nazarene. I have been called to serve in several different areas in the church. Thank you for such a warm welcome into this church family.

~Sarah

Rick & Teresa Long, Marriage & Family Ministry

Rick Long did his undergraduate and graduate studies at Central Missouri State University. After 30 years of service, he retired from the Fort Osage School District as a teacher, school counselor, and Director of Guidance. Since his retirement, he has led the Marriage and Family Ministries in three previous Nazarene churches and is currently leading the same ministry at Blue Springs Church. He taught classes in the Licensed Professional Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy programs at MidAmerica Nazarene University for seven years and resigned from his teaching responsibilities in July 2007. He shares his ministry with Teresa, his wife of 49 years. She is also a graduate of Central Missouri State University and has retired as an elementary teacher at Elm Grove Elementary in the Fort Osage School District. She is Rick’s loyal partner in ministry. Rick and Teresa are the proud parents of Eric and Kristen. Eric and his wife, Rachel, are currently teachers in the Oak Grove School District, and Kristen is busy being a stay-at-home mother and in assisting her husband, Bob, who is a pastor and teacher at Staley High School. Rick and Teresa are the very proud grandparents of Carter, Rance, Aubrey, Faye, and Gayle who are the delight of their lives. When they are not with family, they can be seen driving into the sunset in their 1936 Chevrolet and 1962 Studebaker Lark convertible street rods.

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