Pastor Daniel L. Justice is retiring from the First Church of the Nazarene in Washington C.H.
He has served the Lord and the Nazarene Church for 44 years as a senior pastor. He has served five churches in Ohio and two churches in Michigan. He, under the Lord’s direction, was able to merge two churches into one congregation. He received his music education from Olivet Nazarene University in Illinois and his pastoral degree from Mount Vernon Nazarene University in Mount Vernon.
Pastor Justice said he has no regrets. He has served the Lord and the Nazarene church and seen 11 young men and women enter full time ministry. “Many souls have knelt at altars and lives have been dramatically changed,” he said. “There is only one opinion that matters to me and that is to hear my Heavenly Father say ‘Well done’ when I am finished here on Earth. I do not know what lies ahead in retirement but I am sure God has a plan. Thank you all who have listened as I have tried to honestly preach the gospel.”
Pastor Justice will be retiring as of Sunday, June 28. The church will have a farewell dinner following the morning worship service. The First Church of the Nazarene is located at 990 State Route 41 Southwest in Washington C.H.