A Global Mission
Our mission is to make Christlike disciples in the nations. Find out how we serve and how you can, too.
Initiatives & Announcements
When we give back, we recognize God as the giver of all good things. Through this fall's Thank Offering, we remember now so that we never forget: it’s All From Him.
Our hearts are grieved and saddened by another act of hatred and violence. We extend our sympathy, thoughts, and prayers to the families and friends of those who lost their lives in the Orlando, Florida, USA, shooting and to those injured in this incident.
Jerry D. Porter delivered the annual Board of General Superintendents' Report during the 93rd Session of the General Board 28 February in Ede, Netherlands.
Nazarene Publishing House continues to move forward with significant innovation in a season of reinvention, including the sale of the administrative offices located on Troost Avenue in Kansas City, Missouri, and the relaunch of Lillenas Publishing Company.
“Nazarenes are among those who have had to flee their countries to escape violent conflict,” the Board of General Superintendents wrote in a letter to the church. “Nazarenes are also among those who have had to flee because faith in Jesus has put their lives in danger. And Nazarenes are among those who have been ministering to refugee families who are seeking safety and hope.”
The Church of the Nazarene, through Nazarene Compassionate Ministries, is hosting a global Compassion Conference July 14-16, 2016. Compassion Conference is a global event designed to bring together church and regional leaders alongside learners and practitioners to equip churches for holistic, transformational ministry.
Housing and event registration is now open for the 2017 General Assembly and Conventions.
Tens of thousands of people were affected at Typhoon Haima caused flooding, landslides, and power outages in the Philippines. At least seven people died and 44 churches and 24 preaching points were impacted.
Dozens of churches were collapsed and hundreds of Nazarenes families' homes were destroyed following Hurricane Matthew, the strongest storm to hit the Caribbean in nearly 10 years. In the U.S., churches served as shelters for hundreds displaced by floods. (Slideshow)
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