Our intergenerational, active missions services for all ages takes place on the third Wednesday of each month. Our next missions service is in May. Potluck dinner at 6:15 p.m.
The latest issue of NCM Magazine is now online! We are excited to share stories of Nazarene churches who are serving with Christ’s compassion around the world.
In this issue, you will read stories of churches who are illuminating dignity and hope for people who are vulnerable, hurting, and alone. Read today about an urban ministry uplifting the Near Eastside neighborhood of Indianapolis, medical professionals who volunteered in the Navajo Nation during the COVID-19 pandemic, and an outreach to those facing addiction in Moldova. When hope seems farther away, the church is present to bring it a little closer.
Prayer Mobilization Line
Country of Focus: Cambodia
General: The Church of the Nazarene began work in Cambodia in 1992. It is a country in southeastern Asia, bordering the Gulf of Thailand. It lies between Thailand, Vietnam, and Laos. Cambodia is a challenging missions setting. Despite these challenges and lack of resources, God is transforming lives as the church makes disciples who make disciples. The Cambodia District was first organized by a local pastor who migrated to the United States; however, the first work was not very successful because of the social and political situation. The district was reorganized in 2010 with 13 churches.
Mission and Ministry
Churches: 29 Organized, 45 Not yet Church
Ministers: 50 District Licensed
Nazarene Mission Statement
To mobilize the church in mission through praying, discipling, giving, and educating.
~ To encourage people to pray for all efforts of world evangelization
~ To inform people of the world’s needs and what the church is doing to meet those needs
~ To challenge children and youth to learn about and participate in the mission of the church
~ To raise funds for mission outreach.
Nazarene Missions International: https://nazarene.org/mission