The Church of the Nazarene entered India in 1898.
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Sharing food and the compassion of Christ with people in crisis due to the 2020 pandemic’s crippling of economies.
Many who attend churches are elderly, or are children, and have been unable to participate freely since the beginning of the pandemic.
Poor people, and those in remote locations, cannot participate in video worship or church meetings due to lack of Internet, electricity or other necessary infrastructure.
People who are emotionally and psychologically affected by the pandemic need counseling and support, but churches face many obstacles and lack of resources to provide this help.
Pray for pastors and lay leaders as they work hard to minister to church families, as well as many new connections made through compassionate ministry to church neighbours.
Pray for God’s sustaining grace and provision for the desperate people who have lost all ways of supporting their families due to the coronavirus pandemic and its economic consequences.
Pray for God’s provision to pastors who depend on support from their congregations.
Pray to the Lord of the harvest for more workers in this time where people are seeking and searching God.
Churches reach out to neighbours in the midst of their own hard times.
Many young people are involved in Nazarene ministry.
God has provided opportunities for churches to address people’s emotional, psychological, spiritual, and relational needs through webinars.
Compassionate ministries, such as the Reynolds Memorial Hospital, women’s empowerment groups, and other works are helping people experience Jesus’ love and the support of local faith communities.
NCM child development centers (CDCs).
Anti-human trafficking project to help sex workers and their children.
Water and Sanitation Hygiene project (WASH).
Child sponsorship for pastors’ kids.
Women’s empowerment projects Nazarene Nursing Training College.
Reynolds Memorial Hospital.