The Church of the Nazarene’s denominational website, nazarene.org, is now available in Spanish.
Spanish is the second most-spoken language in the Church of the Nazarene with nearly 20 percent of all members attending a church where Spanish is the main language.
“This is an exciting development that will help us better reach Nazarenes around the world,” said Frank Moore, general editor for the Church of the Nazarene.
The nazarene.org website is designed to provide easy-to-find information for both first-time visitors and longtime users. Visitors can use the site to learn more about the Church of the Nazarene, its beliefs, and mission, while providing clergy and Nazarene members with resources, inspiration, and denominational news.
The translation process is an ongoing, collaborative project led by members of the Global Ministry Center’s information technology and communications teams. Nearly all pages are translated and will continue to be updated as more resources are added to the site.
Additional website translations will be available in the future as part of the denomination’s effort to resource its diverse members. Other materials available in multiple languages include the Church of the Nazarene Manual (15 languages), the Articles of Faith (30 languages), Nazarene Essentials (16 languages), and the Wesleyan-Holiness Digital Library, which features resources in 71 languages.
To view the website in Spanish, visit nazarene.org/es.