Our World


Following the example of Jesus, Nazarene Compassionate Ministries (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 of the Nazarene to proclaim the Gospel to all people in word and deed. Find specific ways to be involved here.

Doug  and Jennifer Mann

Doug was born in Washington, DC and now considers Boston his home away from the field. Jen was born in Dundee, Scotland. The Manns have lived in Lima, Peru; Tirana, Albania; Prishtina, Kosovo and now Sofia, Bulgaria. Currently, they are working with existing Missionary and Bulgarian leadership team to work towards nationalizing the leadership of church efforts in Bulgaria. They have three children.

Andrew Tarrant and his wife Haley serve in El Paso, Texas,  with their children, Samuel and Rees. Their ministry encompasses both Rendezvous and Nazarene Border initiative. Rendezvous events help missionary kids (MKs) navigate and prepare for significant life changes and cultural transitions as they live in new world areas (more info at www.RendezvousMK.org).Nazarene Border Initiative equips, and encourages volunteers, local churches and future missionaries by working closely with the Church of the Nazarene districts on either side of the US/Mexico border to encourage and disciple young Hispanic/Latino leaders, training them for lives of service and missionS.


What is LINKS? A report from Anna Vriesema

LINKS stands for Loving, Interested, Nazarenes, Knowing and Sharing. This program connects each church with a missionary, either active or retired. This gives each church an opportunity to become personally acquainted with the missionary family and their field of service. Typically, churches send cards, cash gifts, packages, and other remembrances to their LINKS missionaries. READ MORE