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Sendas Reconnects with Cuba

The pandemic has brought every kind of surprise. Just over a year ago the Seminario Nazareno de las Américas (SENDAS) was thinking about how to restart theological education in places where technological resources for communication are scarce or non-existent to the population. This has been the case for many ministry students in Cuba, said Dr [...]

Registration nears for GA service opportunity

Nazarenes around the globe are invited to join Love Your Neighbor, a service project taking place in Indianapolis, Indiana, 9-14 June 2023, in conjunction with the 30th General Assembly. Registration begins in July 2022. The Love Your Neighbor project will partner teams with local churches in the Indianapolis area during three workdays. The teams will [...]

Nazarenes offer support to migrants in Trinidad and Tobago

Language differences were not an issue for the Arima Church of the Nazarene in Trinidad and Tobago (English-speaking) as they ministered to a community of Venezuelan migrants (Spanish-speaking). After reaching out to the community and learning about their needs, they began teaching English-language classes, provided tabletop stoves, gas tanks, and in some cases, financial assistance. [...]

March 11th, 2022|Caribbean Field, News|

European Nazarenes respond to crisis in Ukraine

Even though more than a million people have already fled the country, hundreds of thousands are still vulnerable in Ukraine as the Russian Army continues to advance. Meanwhile, Nazarene churches and leaders are showing compassion and hospitality to communicate the presence of God in a time of upheaval. As the crisis escalates in Ukraine, workers [...]

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