ALABASTER OFFERING

We collect our Alabaster Offering once in February and once in September during both services. Alabaster Boxes are available in the weeks leading up to the offering. Take a box home and fill it with loose change...or even dollar bills...or you can even write a check! This money will be used on the mission fields of the Nazarene church to purchase land and build churches. Help us spread His Word to the ends of the earth! Click here to find out how it works!

Crisis Care Kits

Crisis Care Kits (CCK) continue to meet the needs around the world. The kits have gone to places like Belize, California, Dominican Republic, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Haiti, Jamaica, Jordon, Louisiana, New York, Philippines, Senegal, Sri Lanka, Ukraine, and Zambia. Your generosity makes an incredible difference! 


Use the shopping list below, place items in a 2-gallon size ziploc bag and return to the church.

  • 1 Shampoo (12 to 18oz)
  • 2 Bars of Soap (bath size or larger)
  • 1 Toothpaste (4.0 to 6.4oz)
  • 3 Toothbrushes (in original package)
  • 1 Box of Bandaids (30 or more)
  • 1 Fingernail clippers 1 Sturdy hair comb
  • 2 Hand towels
  • 4 Pocket-size packages of Kleenex
  • 1 Beanie baby-size stuffed animal

Kits should only contain the items/quantities listed.

  • Nazarene Missions International

    NMI Mission Statement:  "To mobilize the church in mission through praying, discipling, giving, and educating."  


    NMI Objectives:

    • To encourage people to pray for all efforts of world evangelism
    • 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
    Visit NMI
  • Extreme Nazarene

    Extreme's mission is to find needs around the world and find people to fill those needs. The ultimate goal of Extreme Nazarene is to spread the news of Jesus Christ by building churches around the world.


    Visit the website for complete details and trips available.

    http://www.extremenazarene.org

  • Nazarene Compassionate Ministries

    Mission Statement:

    “Following the example of Jesus, NCM partners with local Nazarene congregations around the world to clothe, shelter, feed, heal, educate, and live in solidarity with those who suffer under oppression, injustice, violence, poverty, hunger, and disease. NCM exists in and through the Church to proclaim the Gospel to all people.”


    In keeping with the spirit of our Nazarene founders, NCM exists to minister to the whole person. We bring the hope of Jesus to a needy world through providing for people’s physical needs of food, clothing, and shelter. Additionally we offer long term relief and development assistance in an effort to combat the root causes of poverty.


    We have a strong drive to educate; this exists on two levels. We want to provide basic education and training for people who would not otherwise have access to it; we also want to provide the Nazarene constituency at large with resources like our newsletters and on our website, that encourage and call forth compassion as a lifestyle. We will never abandon our role in diligently calling the church to be the people of compassion and simplicity that our founders envisioned.


    The vision that drives NCM is simply that God's compassion would weave into the fabric of the church. We do not want Nazarene Compassionate Ministries to be just an organization within the Nazarene structure, but rather that NCM would exist only because there are things that we, as the church, can do collectively that we can't do individually. NCM would then become the collective response of the church. Our prayer is that social holiness would erupt in every local church and that we could come alongside faithful members and resource them to serve.


    As a part of this vision, we implore God to use us to minister to our suffering and dying world. Our vision for ministering to poverty stricken, sick, and hungry people has no limit. We can dream as big as the church will allow, through its continued prayers and financial support. We seek to implement this vision through managing resources, empowering people, enabling compassion, and especially through extending the hope of Jesus to the world.


    Visit NCM

    http://www.ncm.org