"Declare his glory among the nations, proclaim his salvation day after day."
1 Chronicles 16:29
GCN missions combine local, district, and international outreach to share the Good News of Jesus Christ and express His love to a hurting world. Donations from those who attend GCN support our mission involvement. We contribute to the international mission outreach of the Church of the Nazarene and specifically partner with missionaries around the world. We also support mission outreach close to home in Stewartown, Baltimore, and Washington, DC.
The GCN Missions Council welcomes the participation of anyone with a heart for missions and a burden for the “least and the last.” Join us!
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Since 2008, GCN teams have traveled to Honduras, the second poorest country in North America. The teams serve at orphanages, homes for abused girls, homeless/feeding centers, medical clinics, and construction sites. Team members also teach classes in sewing, cooking, and the Bible at the vocational school; help with a huge community outreach event; and fund projects such as church construction, chicken coops, medical needs, and fellowship meetings.
Interested in learning more about the Honduras Trip? Email our office admin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GCN provides a scholarship to a needy student at Asia-Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary (APNTS), enabling her to complete her education and enter ministry. We also support the financial needs of an APNTS missionary, Floyd Cunningham, who has taught and served as an administrator there since 1983. Floyd grew up in GCN.
We support another missionary from GCN, Jennifer Moore, who recently moved from language school in Cambodia to working as a Christian educator with Global Ministries in the Republic of Macedonia. Please remember Jennifer in prayer as she begins her life with the peoples of that region, building up the church and empowering leaders to bring God's kingdom to their communities.
GCN supports missionaries in Uganda and hopes to sponsor a mission trip to Mozambique in the near future.