Nazarenes in the News

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Nazarenes in the News is a compilation of online news articles featuring Nazarene churches or church members.

Cornerstone Church partners with Good Samaritan 

Cullman, Alabama

(The Cullman Tribune, 20 September) Cullman’s Cornerstone Church of the Nazarene began a new partnership with Good Samaritan Health Clinic, as Cornerstone Church Pastor Joe McNulty came to the clinic to present a $1,000 check to GSHC Executive Director Jolanda Hutson.

While GSHC offers a wide array of medical services, Cornerstone was particularly impressed with the mental health care the clinic has provided for a member of their congregation.  

“Mental health has always been something that’s been near and dear to me, and I feel like, to a large degree, the Church has missed the mark," McNulty said.

McNulty hopes the check will be the first of many monetary and service contributions his church will be able to make.

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Lynchburg church heads to NC to help Hurricane Florence victims

Lynchburg, Virginia

(WSET, 23 September) After Hurricane Florence ripped through the Carolinas with its high winds and flooding, many people who live there need help.

Lynchburg First Church of the Nazarene hopes to give relief.

Volunteers decided to refurbish an old trailer and outfit it for disaster relief. A group of 10 volunteers from LFCN will travel to Beaufort, North Carolina, from 23-29 September to offer help where it is needed.

"We do this because we feel that this is what God calls us to do," volunteer Bill Strong said. "He calls us to go out and be his servants to the community."

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Upper Room Mission and Soul’s Harbour partner to serve the community

Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada

(Truro News, 27 September) The Soul's Harbor Rescue Mission building in Truro is also now the home of the Upper Room Mission Church of the Nazarene, and Pastor Terry Dryden feels it’s a great fit.

Dryden has been doing a lot of work in the community with Steve Lumsden, who is leading the Soul’s Harbour work from the basement of the building. Upper Room church will gather in the building's sanctuary.

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