A Global Mission
Our mission is to make Christlike disciples in the nations. Find out how we serve and how you can, too.
The British Isles South District recently welcomed leaders from unique ministries to its family holiday gathering, including representatives from a coffee shop ministry, an addiction recovery group, and several multicultural church plants.
The Southside Church of the Nazarene in Indianapolis has embraced a congregation of immigrant Matu families who have fled religious persecution in Myanmar to raise their families as Christian in the United States. The two groups share a building, worship together quarterly, and ensure their...
The Mesoamerica Region recently challenged church leaders to evangelize as part of everyday life during two trainings in Guatemala. The sessions are part of a regional emphasis on the book Evangelism with Passion.
Resources are now available for the upcoming Offering of Thanks for Nazarene Missions, including social media graphics, videos, posters, brochures, a PowerPoint graphic, and bulletin inserts to support local churches.
Initiatives and Announcements
The Church of the Nazarene encourages its members to engage in the biblical practice of storehouse tithing. Because of your generous giving, we are able to share Christ’s transformational love with the world through compassion, evangelism, and education.
David Graves delivered the annual Board of General Superintendents' Report during the 96th Session of the General Board 24 February in Overland Park, Kansas, USA.
Hurricane Florence hit the U.S. less than a day before Typhoon Mangkhut hit the Philippines. Both storms are massive in scale, affecting millions of people in the two areas. The Church of the Nazarene is already responding thanks to disaster response teams that were in position before the storms even hit.
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.
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