A Global Mission
Our mission is to make Christlike disciples in the nations. Find out how we serve and how you can, too.
History was made this week on the Church of the Nazarene’s USA/Canada Region as an all-female ordination class was ordained by a woman for the first time on the region.
A group of pastors from across the Mesoamerica Region recently traveled to Cuba to provide support following the plane crash that killed 10 pastoral couples. Dhariana Balbuena, Nazarene Compassionate Ministries coordinator for the Mesoamerica Region, shared her experience during this time.
Beirut Church of the Nazarene in Lebanon partnered with a nearby African evangelical church to hold a community Pentecost celebration. More than 170 people gathered to sing, pray, and hear the gospel, and many people asked for more information about the church.
Initiatives and Announcements
Eugénio R. Duarte delivered the annual Board of General Superintendents' Report during the 95th Session of the General Board 25 February in Kansas City, Missouri, USA.
Virginia church opens doors to a hurting community, aims to be part of solution after Charlottesville
Nazarene Pastor Wynne Lankford believes his Chesterfield County, Virginia, church is not only a place of worship but also a center for the community. As Virginians attempt to recover from the recent Charlottesville violence, Lankford said the feeling in their part of Virginia is “tense” with a “racial divide.”
As a result of global Nazarenes’ generosity at the 2017 General Assembly, more than US$100,000 will be donated to Nazarene Compassionate Ministries for refugee support
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