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03/06/2022 Newsletter

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Pray for One Another

To request prayer, email

or call/text (520) 709-0815

Our pastors and their families

Our board members

Debbie Jones' sister Karen Frank

Mary Ann Watson's friend, Diane

RJ Thibodeaux

Brenda's Uncle

Barb Keeler's sister

Doretta's great-granddaughter

Valerie Thibodeaux

Brenda's friend Leanne's parents, Warren and Irene

Judy Baker

Christine Runice the family and friends of Elaine Marz

Barb Gionfriddo

Susan Kerestes

Frank Sundstum

The family and friends of Jim Popp, especially Marlene

The many unspoken requests

Make sure you're a part of our Facebook group to get prayer requests as they come in:


Bible Reading Plan

Week 10


Verse of the Week

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Coming Up...


Nazarene News

European Nazarenes respond to crisis in Ukraine

Even though more than a million people have already fled the country, hundreds of thousands are still vulnerable in Ukraine as the Russian Army continues to advance. Meanwhile, Nazarene churches and leaders are showing compassion and hospitality to communicate the presence of God in a time of upheaval.

As the crisis escalates in Ukraine, workers in the Church of the Nazarene there are seeking shelter for their own families while they also work for the safety and provision of others. Pastor Nabil of Odessa is housing refugees in both the church and his family’s home. Andriy, a pastor in Kyiv, has helped coordinate deliveries of food and supplies, such as diapers, to single mothers and children. Pastor Sergei is making continuous trips to the border, transporting refugees while navigating volatile areas. Pastor Svetlana is caring for her congregation that consists largely of disabled members, delivering food and seeing to their basic needs.

Nazarene workers in neighboring countries are also ministering in creative ways. Leaders in Moldova, Hungary, Romania, and Poland are helping at the border, translating, making food, and creating space for refugees in their homes.

Rafi Habib is a pastor and the coordinator of Nazarene Compassionate Ministries in Poland. Originally from Syria, Rafi and his family became refugees seven years ago when they were forced to flee conflict in their home country. After arriving in Poland, Rafi and his mother, Lena, planted two Arabic-speaking Nazarene churches. Now, he is at the border welcoming Ukrainian refugees with food, water, supplies, and a warm smile.

This week, Teanna and Jay Sunberg—Nazarene missionaries on the Central Europe Field—went to a border city in Poland where refugees are arriving from Ukraine. Teanna describes the web of compassion she and other responders witness by telling the story of a Ukrainian woman named *Sveta.

In a harrowing journey that involved an automobile breakdown, hospitality from strangers, and text messages spanning multiple countries and continents, Sveta finally found a place of refuge in Hungary. In 90 minutes, Teanna says, eight strangers communicated through a network representing four missional organizations across four countries and two continents. Sveta secured a place to stay in another country before she even reached the border.

Teanna shares this story to describe what Christ-centered crisis response looks like in the 21st century.

“It looks like people of all backgrounds and skill sets and ethnicities prioritizing an act of love and welcome,” says Teanna.

The church will continue to respond to the ongoing crisis in the days, weeks, and months to come. See an interview that Ukraine District Superintendent Volodymyr Masyuk and his wife, Sylvia Cortez, shared on NBC’s Today show here. View updates about the work of the church in Ukraine and at the border by following Nazarene Compassionate Ministries on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

*Name is changed for protection.

How you can help


Please pray for people experiencing firsthand the crisis in Eastern Europe. Pray for those seeking shelter within Ukraine, those relocating to other countries, and those grieving the losses they have already suffered. Pray for those who are most vulnerable, including children, senior adults, individuals with disabilities, and those with health conditions who need medication. Pray for church leaders and churches responding to the needs around them. To send a prayer or note of encouragement, go to


Churches and individuals around the world can provide support through the NCM Eurasia North and Central Europe Field Crisis Fund. Donations will go toward emergency support associated with transportation, shelter, food, water, and essential supplies. To support churches as they care for people within Ukraine and those traveling from Ukraine to neighboring countries, give today:

To send donations by mail:

In the U.S., make checks payable to "General Treasurer" and send them to:

Global Treasury Services

Church of the Nazarene

P.O. Box 843116

Kansas City, MO 64184-3116

Be sure to put 137043 in the Memo area.

In Canada, make checks payable to "Church of the Nazarene Canada" and send them to:

Church of the Nazarene Canada

3657 Ponytrail Drive, Mississauga, ON | L4X 1W5

Be sure to put 137043 in the Memo area.

For any other country, give through your local church or district, designating your gift to NCM Eurasia North and Central Field Crisis Fund.

by Chet Bush for Nazarene Compassionate Ministries | 01 Mar 2022


Opportunities to Give and Serve

Mother's Of Preschoolers is underway! We need people to cuddle babies while parents receive Godly guidance and support once or twice per month.

Contact - Bonnie Strunk (480) 296-1831.


Donations of clothes for infant to adult are currently being accepted.

Thank you so much, for your continued generosity of both time and resources.

Your gifts make a difference!

Contact Barbara Keeler: (520) 709-8925

Things we need: ➤Your Time ➤Diapers and pull ups in Newborn, 1,2,3,4,5 ➤Wipes ➤Baby Food (no formula) ➤Lotion ➤Your Monetary donation ➤Canned Food

💚Green Drop box in Foyer💚


You may always designate how you would like your offerings to be used for Mosaic Ministries besides our general fund. Here are some ministries in which you may want your offerings to go:

✎ LoveWorks ✎ Children's Ministry ✎ MOPs ✎ Prison Ministry

✎ Outreach ✎ Women's Ministry ✎ Facilities Upgrade Fund



Check our UPDATES page for new things.

For our live Google calendar go HERE



~ Remeber to check our UPDATES page

(for all your Mosaic news)


~ See our services on YouTube! RIGHT HERE




This week's lesson is:

Love Each Other



Humor... kinda


Social Distancing Guidelines

Please practice social distancing on the church property as much as possible

Sanitizer and masks are available at the front table

If you feel sick or have a temperature, please stay home

Communion elements will be available on a table as you enter the church 

Offering will be taken as you exit the church after service 

Surfaces will be regularly cleaned and sanitized 

Thanks for respecting the guidelines and one another!


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