Trinidad and Tobago rally encourages missionary service, giving

San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago

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 make disciples in the nations by developing and sending out members to serve both locally and internationally.

The featured speaker was Nazim Mohammed, senior pastor of the Tunapuna Church of the Nazarene and a Work & Witness volunteer. Mohammed explained that even though missions can be challenging, God protects, provides, and purifies His people to get the work done.
 
District Work & Witness coordinator Courtney Greene shared about a W&W trip to Dominica earlier this year. There was even a short interview with former Genesis missionary Crystalla Williams, who shared about her time serving in Grenada. 

Children and youth were an active part of the rally. Three children from the Sangre Grande Church of the Nazarene sang the Revelation Song in English and Spanish, and Ariana Thomas, a youth from Couva Church of the Nazarene, led a dance performance.

Local NMI presidents also filmed one-minute video clips to encourage attendees to continue giving toward Nazarene missions and praying for those who are sent. 

At the end of the event, former District NMI Secretary Pearl Harris was recognized for more than 40 years of service on the local and district levels.

--Church of the Nazarene Mesoamerica