Comedian Nazareth Provides Entertainment and Prayers Each Evening Through Livestreaming Event on Facebook

Award-winning Comedian, Nazareth, is live-streaming a weeknight comedy show entitled, “Live With Naz- Quarantining in Corona”. The show will livestream on Facebook at 8:30 PM PST Monday to Friday.

Those listening claim that it’s the reason they are staying alive and hopeful during the COVID-19 pandemic. ” Live With Naz” has attracted viewers globally including Hong Kong, Italy, Germany, Canada, Jordan, Dubai, and the United States.

During the show, the audience becomes the comedian. Nazareth opens the show with a few jokes of his own, then asks the audience questions or prompts them to finish a statement. Some questions have included, “You know the pandemic has gone too long when…” and answers include, “When babies are born with face masks.”

The last ten minutes of the show ends with requests from the audience for prayer, and finishes with a word of encouragement.

Attendees have begun to consider themselves to be “family”. Viewers have welcomed new people, encouraged them, and prayed for them making this an incredible community centre.

Some of the comments about the show has included:

  • “I have overwhelming depression and attempted suicide 3 times, I wanted to say thank you for doing this show.” — C.L. from Ontario, Canada 
  • “Thank you for creating the show Nazareth, sometimes I am in pain, and this show keeps my mind away from the pain!” — V.P. from Florida 
  • “I will be watching Nazareth at 8:30 PM. You will feel better and anxiety is a lot more down. Laughter is a great med to have.” — A.A. from California

Nazareth says, “”I have something called comedy that can bring relief to anxious people. Why hold back? Although all my shows for the summer were cancelled, I believe that I can still bring laughter and encouragement to people online and be able to meet their physical needs.”

You can find “Live with Naz- Quarantining in Corona” on Facebook at

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