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KY Flood

Nazarenes respond to flooding in eastern Kentucky

Over the course of 48 hours, the Appalachian mountain region of eastern Kentucky received 8-10½ inches of rain, which overwhelmed 20 waterways that span 60 miles, causing massive flooding and impacting more than 100,000 people in multiple counties.
04 Aug 2022
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Ukraine Food Distribution

Ukraine churches support families amid food crisis

In response to the food insecurity crisis in Ukraine, Nazarene Compassionate Ministries has partnered with four Nazarene churches in Ukraine to collect goods, assemble them, and distribute food packages that will feed 1,000 families each month for the next six months.
04 Aug 2022
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NCM Ukraine Release

Global Nazarene family continues Ukraine crisis response

Three months into the war in eastern Europe, Nazarenes have responded compassionately to those who have been displaced and are seeking refuge both within Ukraine and around the globe.
26 May 2022
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Displaced Persons

Regional conference equips South American Nazarenes to aid displaced people

The South American Region hosted the first conference on displaced persons 17-20 March in Bogota, Colombia. A total of 36 participants attended the meeting with representatives from all 10 countries of the region.
31 Mar 2022
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Ukraine

Ukrainian Nazarenes persevere despite challenges

The number of Ukrainians who have fled the country now exceeds two million. Many describe the struggles they face, either within Ukraine or as they flee the country. Amid such crisis and uncertainty, Nazarene workers continue to serve the people around them.
11 Mar 2022
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European Nazarenes respond to crisis in Ukraine

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.
01 Mar 2022
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The Mango Tree Center van covered in ash

Recovery efforts continue in Tonga

Recovery efforts continue in Tonga after an undersea volcano eruption and subsequent tsunami caused chaos for the island nation on 15 January.
11 Feb 2022
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Shechem Christmas

Shechem Children's Home brings Christmas hope to residents

Every year, the celebration of Christmas brings hope to many people. Likewise, Shechem Children’s Home has been sharing and giving hope.
14 Jan 2022
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Kentucky Storm Damage

Kentucky churches serve in aftermath of tornado outbreaks

An outbreak of tornadoes plowed through five states on 10 December, killing dozens and leaving thousands without water, heat, or electricity. The First Church of the Nazarene in Mayfield, Kentucky, served as a storm shelter the night of the tornadoes and has since become a Red Cross shelter for
16 Dec 2021
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Nazarene church celebrates 100 years in Middle East

2021 marks the 100th anniversary of the Church of the Nazarene's presence in the Middle East, which began in Palestine and Syria in 1921. Their early roots of compassion are still alive and well today.
10 Dec 2021
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