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Trinidad and Tobago District celebrates third group of Venezuelan ESL graduates

The Arima Church of the Nazarene in Trinidad and Tobago held a graduation ceremony 25 June for 23 Venezuelans who completed the church’s English as a Second Language program. This was the third group of Venezuelan migrants to graduate from the program. The ESL courses are part of a growing outreach
18 Jul 2019
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Caribbean Field NCM prepares coordinators for disaster response

Nazarene Compassionate Ministries coordinators from across the Caribbean Field participated in a two-day disaster response workshop 20-21 May held at the St. James Church of the Nazarene in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. This training marks the first time that all the district NCM coordinators
02 Jul 2019
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Trinidad and Tobago District promotes new church, spreads the gospel

Approximately 150 Nazarenes from the Trinidad and Tobago District participated in a street rally event 26 May in the Maracas/St. Joseph community, where the district hopes to plant a new church. The district Nazarene Youth International and Nazarene Missions International teams coordinated the event
31 May 2019
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Trinidad and Tobago CCO encourages children to serve in missions

The Trinidad and Tobago Nazarene Missions International team led a Cross-Cultural Orientation 12 April for more than 50 children at the annual Children’s Bible Camp in Arouca. The event focused on different areas of missions, including missionary work, prayer, and Work & Witness trips. The goal of
26 Apr 2019
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Trinidad and Tobago youth quizzing event makes Nazarene doctrine fun, memorable

The Trinidad and Tobago District East Zone held a youth Bible quizzing event 30 March called Bible Battlemania: Gameshow Edition. Participants came from three of the four zones to compete in a Jeopardy-style trivia event that covered Genesis, Kings of the Bible, The Life of Jesus and New Testament
12 Apr 2019
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Retired missionary, minister Merlin Hunter passes away

Merlin, his wife, and their four children (Facebook photo). Retired minister and missionary Merlin Hunter passed away 16 March at the age of 88. Merlin received his Bachelor of Arts from Northwest Nazarene College (now University) in 1953 and his Master of Divinity from Nazarene Theological Seminary
27 Mar 2019
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Trinidad and Tobago church reaches out to Spanish migrant community

Arima Church of the Nazarene recently launched a ministry to the growing Spanish migrant community in Trinidad and Tobago. Many Venezuelan families are fleeing their homeland due to economic and social unrest. Thousands have migrated to the Caribbean English-speaking nation of Trinidad and Tobago to
11 Jan 2019
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Trinidad and Tobago District hosts first mentorship roadmap event

The Trinidad and Tobago District hosted its first Ministry Mentorship Roadmap for new local and district licensed ministers 15 December. The event was led by the District Intentional Discipleship Committee and sought to provide the new ministers with resources and knowledge on matters relevant to
19 Dec 2018
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Trinidad and Tobago suffers damage after floods

Many churches and homes were damaged last week by severe flooding after heavy rains caused rivers to overflow in Trinidad and Tobago. Some buildings were left with major structural damage, including the Church of the Nazarene in Piarco. Local fire departments have rescued several people who were
26 Oct 2018
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Trinidad and Tobago rally encourages missionary service, giving

The Trinidad and Tobago District encouraged churches to be sending churches during a recent missional rally, held 18 September at San Fernando Church of the Nazarene. The district Nazarene Missions International team challenged attendees to intentionally fulfill the Church of the Nazarene’s call to
28 Sep 2018
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