One of six Global Mission regions in the Church of the Nazarene denomination, Eurasia encompasses 93 sovereign nations or distinct areas across Europe, the Middle East, South Asia, North Africa, and the CIS.
This highly diverse region, home of major religions such as Islam, Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Christianity, provides great challenges in presenting the clear message of Christ in our Wesleyan Holiness Christian tradition.
From the first mission field in the Church of the Nazarene, India, begun in 1898, to the newest fields in Moldova and Norway, we offer medical services, food and clothing for the economically disadvantaged, relief for refugees from wars and ethnic cleansing as well as natural disasters, education at all levels, and spiritual nurturing through the work of more than 8,000 local churches.
The ministry is holistic, meeting people's physical and emotional needs so they will be receptive to hearing the ultimate answer to life's demands, Jesus Christ.
Find out how you can personally be involved in supporting the transformative ministry in the Eurasia Region, and to learn about the exciting things God is doing here!
Transforming our world...
In Christ, Like Christ, For Christ.
Eurasia regional priorities
Our diversity as a region is enormous, almost overwhelming.
What is holding us as Nazarenes across the Eurasia Region together?
The youth of Al Ashrafieh Church of the Nazarene, Amman, Jordan, wrote, directed and starred in a complicated drama about love, performing it for a packed house of 600 people at a rented venue 29 April. The play, entitled “The Pride of the Story,...
A big cyclone is going to hit in the southern part of Bangladesh, there are over 100 local churches in this area, Please pray for us. Source: accuweather.com Deadly Cyclone Roanu will bring a major flood risk to northeastern India and Bangladesh as it sla...
Frankfurt, Germany — The refugee situation that has brought over a million displaced people to the shore of the European Union also brought together 11 Nazarene leaders from the Northern Europe and Central Europe fields on April 1 in Frankfurt, Germ...