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Mark Lancaster

Mark Lancaster appointed superintendent for South Arkansas District

Mark Lancaster has been appointed superintendent of the South Arkansas District. Lancaster has served as the pastor of Memphis, Tennessee, Grace Church of the Nazarene since 1993.
23 Sep 2021
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Dorothy Diehl

Celebrating the life of Dorothy Diehl

Dorothy Diehl, 85, of Lakewood, Colorado, passed away 30 August 2021, after battling dementia. She is the wife of General Superintendent Emeritus Jim Diehl.
03 Sep 2021
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Church of the Nazarene Foundation seeks new president

The Church of the Nazarene Foundation is looking for a new president following the retirement of Kenneth R. Roney, who served as president for nine years.
05 Aug 2021
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RonDeWitt

East Tennessee District elects new superintendent Ron DeWitt

The East Tennessee District elected Ron DeWitt on 14 July 2021 as its new superintendent. DeWitt currently pastors Shelbyville Church of the Nazarene in Tennessee.
16 Jul 2021
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Michael Kraemer DS

Iowa District elects new superintendent Michael Kraemer

The Iowa District elected Michael Kraemer on 9 July 2021 as its new superintendent. Kraemer currently serves as lead pastor of Prairie Heights Community Church of the Nazarene in Bismarck, North Dakota.
15 Jul 2021
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Celebration of Grace

Celebration of Grace unites more than 65,000 Nazarenes

A Celebration of Grace, the denomination’s second virtual service, brought together more than 65,000 Nazarenes from 111 countries 26-27 June 2021. The service featured four songs in nine languages with more than 100 Nazarene singers and musicians.
02 Jul 2021
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GNEC Conference explores borderless, life-span education

The Global Nazarene Education Consortium met for its quadrennial conference 23-24 June 2021 to discuss borderless education and life-span education. Sixty-two participants from the denomination’s 51 higher education institutions attended the two-day online conference.
30 Jun 2021
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Celebration of Grace

A Celebration of Grace to premiere this weekend

A Celebration of Grace, the denomination’s second virtual worship service, will premiere worldwide Sunday 27 June. The hourlong service will be simultaneously broadcast every hour for 24 hours in five different languages: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Korean.
24 Jun 2021
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Manual

BGS statement on Manual of the Church of the Nazarene

The provisions of the current Manual remain effective until modified by the 30th General Assembly, scheduled to convene in June of 2023, and a new version is announced by the Board of General Superintendents.
18 Jun 2021
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Reflections of the post-pandemic church

Reflections on the post-pandemic church

The Board of General Superintendents has prayerfully reflected on the characteristics of a post-pandemic Church. While some things will likely never be the same again, we also recognize things that were first perceived as obstacles have become opportunities and open doors for our mission to be
28 May 2021
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