Go therefore and make disciples of all nations

Matthew 28:19

As a global community of faith, we are commissioned to take the Good News of life in Jesus Christ to people everywhere and to spread the message of scriptural holiness across the lands. Grounded in the Wesleyan tradition, Nazarenes understand themselves to be a people who are Christian, holiness, and missional, and they have embraced the mission statement: “To make Christlike disciples in the nations.”

Organized in 1908, the denomination is now home to about 2.5 million members worshipping in more than 30,000 congregations in 164 world areas.

Local Missions

Showered wtih Love Mobile Showers

Changing Lives, One Hot Shower at a Time.  The idea for Showered with Love Mobile Showers was birthed right here at Horizon by its Founder,  Mary Marsili.  Mary shared her vision and gained the support of several church members. Showered with Love currently  serves  our local unhoused  community 4 days a week with three private shower stalls and two shaving stations.  Visitors receive so much more when they visit Mary and her Team.  Learn how you can support this ministry!

World Missions

Meet Vidal and Marie Cole, our LINKS Missionaries serving in Africa

Rev. Vidal Cole is an ordained elder in the church of the Nazarene and he is married to Marie Cole. While working as a young man in one of the banks in Freetown, Rev. Vidal felt God calling him to the work of the ministry and he answered the call. For several years, Rev Vidal has served as District Superintendent of the Sierra Leone District while Marie served as the NMI president.

Rev. Vidal serves as the FSC for the Africa West Anglophone Field, coordinating the work of the church in the English-speaking countries. Vidal and Marie complement each other and together are a strong team. Vidal and Marie believe that God continues to call His people to participate in His mission around the world and feel privileged to respond to His call to serve.

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What is LINKS?

The Links program of the Church of the Nazarene is a network of personal connections between missionaries and Nazarenes around the world.  Missionaries are assigned to districts and, then on the district level, connected to local churches. Each church's mission is to to become personally acquainted with the missionary family and their field of service.

Alabaster Offering

Annual Offering  in February and September

The Alabaster Offering is collected world-wide two times each year and funds are used for the purchase of land and construction of churches, schools, medical facilities, and homes for missionaries and national workers.
Pick up an Alabaster Box at Guest Services and start collecting today and remember to pray for the people who will benefit from your offering.

Nazarene Compassionate Ministry

Women and Girls Suppot Project

When women are empowered to earn their own income, they uplift themselves, their families, and communities. While gender disparities persist around the world, when they are reduced, girls receive fuller access to schooling and the chance to dream bigger dreams for their future.

Local Nazarene churches are leading the efforts against gender-based poverty by giving women and girls the tools to learn, start small businesses, and earn a wage that helps support their families. Each project is designed to send the message that women are equally valued and made in God’s image.

Nazarene Missions International

The Church of the Nazarene is involved in missions locally and all over the world through Nazarene Missions International (NMI).  Nazarene churches are called to participate in missions through praying, giving, educating, and engaging children and youth.

NMI provides the infrastructure, the spiritual dynamic vehicle, whereby the local church is mobilized in mission. NMI brings missions into the local church in such a way that every Nazarene will be glad to be a part of global outreach, spreading the good news of salvation to the ends of the earth.