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Maine District - Church of the Nazarene
Fifty-first
Annual Assembly Journal
of the
Maine District
Church of the Nazarene
Sessions held at
South Portland, Maine
May 11-12, 2011
Dr. Eugenio Duarte
General Superintendent
Rev. Cecil A. Jones
District Superintendent
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MAINE DISTRICT ASSEMBLIES
The Maine District was organized on June 2, 1960, at Wollaston, Mass., following the favorable vote of the
New England District Assembly to accept the recommendation of the Division Committee to set the State of Maine
apart as a new district. Dr. D.I. Vanderpool was the presiding general superintendent. Rev. J.C. Albright was the
New England district superintendent. Rev. Joshua C. Wagner was elected district superintendent of the new Maine
District on the first ballot. The new district had 41 organized churches.
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No.
Year
Date
Location
Gen. Supt.
Dist. Supt.
Dist. Sec.
Host Pastor
Churches
Membership
Finances
1.
1961
June 7-9
Augusta
Powers
Wagner
Teague
Smith
43
2,185
$285,357
2.
1962
June 26-28
Augusta
Young
Wagner
Teague
Smith
45
2,246
$297,622
3.
1963
June 26-28
Augusta
Williamson
Wagner
Teague
Smith
47
2,372
$319,143
4.
1964
May 26-28
South Portland
Lewis
Wagner
Teague
Sampson
48
2,457
$362,289
5.
1965
June 15-17
South Portland
Benner
Wagner
Noftle
Sampson
48
2,556
$389,601
6.
1966
June 14-16
Skowhegan
Powers
Wagner
Noftle
Tink
48
2,631
$418,480
7.
1967
June 13-15
Yarmouth
Williamson
Wagner
Noftle
Arey
51
2,661
$448,124
8.
1968
May 28-30
Skowhegan
Young
Wagner
Noftle
Shelp
52
2,729
$472,175
9.
1969
June 10-12
Augusta
Coulter
Wagner
Stanford
Shankel
54
2,843
$546,190
10.
1970
June 9-11
Skowhegan
Stowe
Wagner
Stanford
Shelp
54
2,958
$579,990
11.
1971
June 15-17
Skowhegan
Lewis
Shankel
Stanford
Shelp
53
3,017
$662,171
12.
1972
May 30 -June 1 Skowhegan
Lawlor
Shankel
Stanford
Shelp
53
3,059
$645,654
13.
1973
June 5-7
South Portland
Jenkins
Shankel
Stanford
53
3,216
$746,413
14.
1974
June 11-13
Skowhegan
Coulter
Shankel
Gray
Patton
53
3,288
$870,472
15.
1975
June 10-12
Skowhegan
Lewis
Shankel
Gray
Patton
54
3,339
$912,141
16.
1976
June 1-3
South Portland
Strickland
Shankel
Gray
Whetstone
54
3,402
$990,957
17.
1977
June 14-16
South Portland
Jenkins
Shankel
Gray
Whetstone
54
3,472
$1,054,454
18.
1978
June 13-15
South Portland
Stowe
Shankel
Stanford
(Supply)
52
3,505
$1,116,746
19.
1979
June 12-14
South Portland
Greathouse
Shankel
Stanford
Gray
52
3,575
$1,279,295
Whetstone
20.
1980
May 20-22
South Portland
Coulter
Shankel
Stanford
Gray
52
3,664
$1,415,455
21.
1981
June 9-11
Augusta
Lewis
Shankel
Stanford
Fairbanks
52
3,691
$1,490,423
22.
1982
June 1-3
Skowhegan
Strickland
Shankel
Stanford
Jones
52
3,734
$1,561,065
23.
1983
June 2-4
South Portland
Strickland
Shankel
Sinclair
Hildreth
52
3,730
$1,670,407
24.
1984
May 31 -June
South Portland
Jenkins
Shankel
Sinclair
Hildreth
52
3,809
$1,874,668
25.
1985
June 4-6
South Portland
Jenkins
Shankel
Sinclair
Hildreth
53
3,790
$1,787,047
26.
1986
June 6-7
South Portland
Stowe
Shankel
Sinclair
Hildreth
53
3,800
$1,847,880
27.
1987
June 22-24
South Portland
Stowe
Shankel
Sinclair
Hildreth
53
3,873
$1,977,103
28.
1988
June 2-4
South Portland
Greathouse
Shankel
Sinclair
Hildreth
53
3,851
$1,986,258
29.
1989
June 8-10
South Portland
Greathouse
Hildreth
Sinclair
Mullins
53
3,790
$2,232,116
30.
1990
June 7-9
South Portland
Johnson
Hildreth
Sinclair
Mullins
54
3,975
$2,174,211
31.
1991
June 7-9
South Portland
Johnson
Hildreth
Sinclair
Mullins
54
3,792
$2,358,812
32.
1992
June 4-6
South Portland
Knight
Hildreth
Sinclair
Dunlop
54
3,828
$2,320,486
33.
1993
June 3-6
South Portland
Knight
Hildreth
Sinclair
Dunlop
55
3,816
$2,414,356
34.
1994
June 2-4
South Portland
Prince
Hildreth
Sinclair
Dunlop
55
3,835
$2,260,267
35.
1995
June 1-3
South Portland
Prince
Hildreth
Sinclair
Dunlop
55
3,787
$2,527,396
36.
1996
May 31-June 1
South Portland
Cunningham
Hildreth
Evans
Dunlop
55
3,877
$2,608,850
37.
1997
May 29-31
South Portland
Cunningham
Hildreth
Evans
Dunlop
55
3,816
$2,643,939
38.
1998
May 28-30
South Portland
Diehl
Dunlop
Sinclair
Magnuson
50
3,849
$2,570,679
39.
1999
May 27-29
South Portland
Diehl
Dunlop
Sinclair
Magnuson
50
3,714
$2,724,417
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40.
2000
May 23-25
South Portland
Bond
Dunlop
Sinclair
Magnuson
50
3,719
$3,102,413
41.
2001
May 22-23
South Portland
Bond
Dunlop
Sinclair
Magnuson
50
3,630
$3,062,748
42.
2002
May 21-22
South Portland
Porter
Dunlop
Sinclair
Magnuson
49
3,534
$3,205,024
43.
2003
May 20-21
South Portland
Porter
Jones
Evans
Magnuson
49
3,396
$3,199,426
44.
2004
May 18-19
Augusta
Johnson
Jones
Evans
Shaw
49
3,415
$3,511,805
45.
2005
May 17-18
Augusta
Johnson
Jones
Young
Shaw
50
3399
$3,517,201
46.
2006
May 17-19
Augusta
Middendorf
Jones
Young
O’Brien
50
3360
$3,324,109
47.
2007
May 16-18
South Portland
Middendorf
Jones
Young
Crothers
50
3403
$3,298,621
48.
2008
May 14-16
South Portland
Cunningham
Jones
Young
Crothers
50
3223
$3,200,218
49.
2009
May 13-15
South Portland
Cunningham
Jones
Young
Crothers
50
3,165
$3,113,409
50.
2010
May 12-14
South Portland
Duarte
Jones
Young
Crothers
50
3,107
$3,067,152
51.
2011
May 11-12
South Portland
Duarte
Jones
Young
Crothers
50
3014
$2,964,239
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ICTURE OF ORDINANDS
left to right: Rev. Willis Young, District Secretary; Rev. Shawn Emerson, Rev. David Suitter, Rev. John
Bennett, Rev. Kathy Moore, Rev. Raymond Desrosiers, Rev. Sam LaCombe, Assistant District
Superintendent; Dr. Eugenio Duarte, General Superintendent
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Contents
Page
I. Official Directory
A. District Officers
9
B. District Boards and Standing Committees
10
C. District Auxiliary Organizations
10
D. District Mission Areas
16
E. District Church Directory
17
F. Ordained Elders
38
G. Licensed Ministers
42
H. Registered Evangelists
44
I. Registered Song Evangelist
44
J. Elder Serving Connectional Interest
44
K. Layperson Serving Connectional Interest
44
II. General Information
44
Where to Send Moneys
46
III. Plan of Examination
47
IV. Daily Proceedings
50
V. Reports
58
A. District Officers
58
1. District Superintendent
58
2. District NMI President
62
3. District NYI President
64
4. District SDMI
64
B. District Boards and Standing Committees
1. District Advisory Board
66
66
7
2. Board of Ministry
67
3. Camp Program Board
72
4. Church Health
73
5. District Church Properties Board
74
6. Christian Action Committee
75
7. District Chaplaincy Coordinator
77
C. Assembly Committees
80
1. Committee on Nominations
80
2.. Jounal Committee
82
3. District Finance Committee
83
VI. Minutes of the Conventions and Auxiliaries
A. NMI Convention and Recommendations
B. NYI Convention and Recommendations
VII. Financial and Statistical
90
A. District Treasurer
90
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I. Official Directory
A. DISTRICT OFFICERS
General Superintendent—Dr. Eugenio Duarte, 17001 Prairie Star Parkway, Lenexa KS 66220
District Superintendent—Rev. Cecil A. Jones, P.O. Box 130, Gardiner, ME 04345
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 207-623-7642; 207-623-6097)
District Superintendents Emeritus:
Rev. Roland Dunlop (Reba), 1933 Hunter Ridge Dr. Huntington IN 46750
Rev. Clarence Hildreth (Judy), 144 Mill Stone Ln., North Augusta, SC 29860
Dr. Jack Shankel (Joyce), 14280 Heritage Ln., Mt. Vernon OH 43050
District Office—Maine District Church of the Nazarene,18 Meadowhill Dr., Farmingdale, ME 04344
(Mail: P.O. Box 130, Gardiner, ME 04345)
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 207-623-7642; 207-626-0031)
District Secretary—Willis Young, 6 Nazarene Way, Gardiner ME 04345
(E-mail: [email protected]; (207-582-5107)
District Treasurer—Patricia Cook, 1100 River Rd., Avon ME 04966 (207-684-3465)
District Sunday School Chairman— David Suitter, P.O. Box 245, Yarmouth ME 04096 (207-846-5737)
[email protected]
District President, NMI— Hazel Seavey, P.O. Box 374, Washington, ME 04574 (207-845-2856)
E-mail: [email protected]
District NYI President— Allen Hamlin, 1126 Fairbanks Rd., Farmington ME 04938
(E-mail: [email protected]; 207-778-5202)
B. DISTRICT BOARDS AND STANDING COMMITTEES
District Advisory Board
Cecil A. Jones, chairman, ex officio
Elders
9
Term to expire 2014
Eric Larsen, 4 Booker Ave., Benton ME 04901
(207-453-7436)
Term to expire 2013
Richard Waller, 134 Forest Ave. Millinocket ME 04462
(207-723-4533)
Term to expire 2012
James Ledoux, P.O. Box 184, Sebago ME 04029
(207-787-4185)
Laypersons
Term to expire 2014
Kerry Herrick, 20 Laskey Rd., Windham ME 04062
(207-892-8597)
Term to expire 2013
Roger Overlock, 336 Bangor Rd., Benton ME 04901
(207-453-2653)
Term to expire 2012
Bonnie Porter, 75 Baltimore West, S. Portland ME 04106
(207-767-7000)
District Board of Ministry
Term to expire 2015
Paul Basham, 74 Curtisville Rd., Concord NH 03301
(603-731-6806)
John F. Evans,
95 Swan Lake Ave., Belfast, ME 04915
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-338-2720)
Kevin O’Brien, 32 Summerhaven Rd., Manchester ME 04351
(207-441-8303)
Wally Staples, 117 Dana Mill Rd., Woolwich ME 04579
(207-443-8922)
Term to expire 2014
Christiana Couch, 88 Bow St., Freeport Me 04032
(207-926-5230)
Sam LaCombe, P.O. Box 385 Windham ME 04062
(207-892-8818)
Kimberly Merrill, 53 Main St., Richmond, ME 04357
(207-737-8124)
Term to expire 2013
Robert Armstrong, P.O. Box 187, Skowhegan ME 04976
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(207-474-6847)
Mark Holden, P.O. Box 62, Union ME 04862
(207-785-4294)
John M. Evans, P.O. Box 182, Strong ME 04983
(207-684-3281)
Eric Larsen, 4 Booker Ave., Benton ME 04901
(207-453-7436)
Term to expire 2012
James Ledoux, 866 Washington Ave., Portland ME 04103
(207-229-3818)
Jonathan Twitchell, 6 Susan Rd., Cape Elizabeth ME 04017
(207-799-3692)
Richard Waller, 134 Forest Ave. Millinocket ME 04462
(207-723-4533)
Kenneth Wish, 80 Jenkins Rd., Saco ME 04072
(207-282-3058)
District Camp Program Board
This board shall include the district superintendent, district Sunday School superintendent, and the district
NYI president as members ex officio.
Pastors
Term to expire 2014
Jim DuVall, 514 Main Rd., Burlington ME 04417
(207-299-2044)
Term to expire 2013
David Suitter, P.O. Box 245, Yarmouth ME 04096
(207-462-8994)
Term to expire 2012
Edward Beecher, 544 Post Road, Wells ME 04090
(207-641-0603)
Laypersons
Term to expire 2014
Pat Clark, 33 Grist Mill Rd. Franklin ME 04634
(207-667-9527)
Term to expire 2013
Sharon Cook, 43 W. Elm St., Yarmouth ME 04096
(207-846-3611)
Term to expire 2012
Paul Suitter, 22 Booker Rd, Gardiner ME 04345
District Board of Church Properties
District Advisory Board, plus:
Pastors
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(207-446-6106)
Term to expire 2013
Mark Holden, P.O. Box 62, Union ME 04862 (N. Waldoboro & Union)
(207-785-4294)
Term to expire 2012
Ernie LaBelle, P.O. Box 840, Boothbay Harbor ME 04538
(207-633-0047)
Laypersons
Term to expire 2013
Steve Gurney,
Term to expire 2012
James Libby, P.O. Box 276, Sebago ME 04029
District Church Health Board
Pastors
Term to expire 2014
Dottie Heath, 69 Evergreen Dr., Wells, ME 04090 (Belfast)
(207-646-4350)
Term to expire 2013
Rachael Carr, 24 Rochester St., Berwick, ME 03901
(207-698-1477)
Term to expire 2012
Richard Waller, 134 Forest Ave., Millinocket ME 04462
(207-723-4533)
Laypersons
Term to expire 2014
Jen Suitter, P.O. Box 245, Yarmouth ME 04096
(207-846-5737)
Term to expire 2013
Kerri Herrick, 20 Laskey Rd., Windham ME 04062
(207-892-8597)
Term to expire 2012
Mark Stanford, 219 Old Bath Rd., Brunswick, ME 04011
(207-725-0811)
Trustees to Eastern Nazarene College
Cecil Jones (ex-officio)
Term to expire 2014
Jeff Cook, 43 W. Elm St., Yarmouth ME 04096
(207-846-36110
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Term to expire 2013
Melody Twitchell, 6 Susan Rd., Cape Elizabeth ME 04107
(207-799-3692)
Term to expire 2012
John M. Evans, P.O. Box 182, Strong ME 04254
(207-338-3740)
Standing Committees
District Finance Committee—Rev. Cecil A. Jones, district superintendent (ex-officio); Patricia Cook,
District Treasurer (ex-officio); Peter Carter, Steve Creamer, Scot Crothers,Jim DuVall, Veronica
Gonsior, Allen Hamlin, John Heuring, Sandie Kaiser, Deb Killam, Kathy Mason, Marcia Millett,
Barbara Moore, Roger Overlock, Hazel Seavey, Tony Stevens, Brandon Stultz, Dave Suitter, Jim
Tabone, Richard Waller and Cyndi Welch.
District Court of Appeals—Cecil A. Jones, district superintendent; Paul D. Basham, John F. Evans, Brian
Hale, Samuel LaCombe and Willis Young.
Committee on Christian Action—Cecil A. Jones, district superintendent; Mae Billingslea, Sandi Blake,
Joanna Clark, Veronica Gonsior, Keith Herrick, Pat Heuring, Lester (Joe) LaCombe, Polly LaCombe,
and Karen Moore.
District Insurance Coordinator— James Ledoux, ? 866 Washington Ave., Portland ME 04103
(207-229-3818)
District Chaplaincy Coordinator—Kenneth Wish, 80 Jenkins Rd., Saco ME 04072
(207-282-3058);
Wallace Staples – assistant.
District National Disaster Relief Director—Wallace Staples, P.O. Box 458, Wiscasset ME 04579; (207882-9098) Alex Clifford and James LeDoux – assistants.
C. DISTRICT AUXILIARY ORGANIZATIONS
1. Sunday School Ministries
District SDMI Chairperson – David Suitter, P.O. Box 245, Yarmouth ME 04096
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(207-846-5737)
[email protected]
Secretary – Kathy Mason, 16 Eddies Road, Greenwood, ME 04255
(207-875-6008)
[email protected]
Treasurer – Todd McKay 44 Hide Away Acres Rd., Chelsea, ME 04330
(207-620-2058)
[email protected]
Councilors at Large James DuVall - 514 Main Rd., Burlington ME 04417
(207-299-2044)
[email protected]
Charles Mason III, - 16 Eddies Road, Greenwood, ME 04255
(207- 875-6008)
[email protected]
Brad Sass - 68 Scott Rd., South Portland, ME 04106
(207-831-2838)
[email protected]
Children’s Ministries Council
Children’s Ministries Director – Sherry Kowalski, 360 Morgan Lane, Millinocket, ME 04462
(207-723-6964)
[email protected]
Children’s Camp Director – David Suitter, P.O. Box 245, Yarmouth ME 04096 (Yarmouth)
(207-846-5737)
[email protected]
Children’s Quizzing Director – Kimberly Merrill, 53 Main Street, Richmond, ME 04357
(207-737-8124)
[email protected]
Adult Ministries Council
Adult Ministries Director – Andrew Ferreira, 165 Sandy Hill Rd., South Portland ME 04106
(207-699-9142)
[email protected]
Men’s Ministries Director – Thayne Heath, 69 Evergreen Drive, Wells, ME 04090
(207-646-4350)
[email protected]
Women’s Ministries Director – Beverly Jones, PO Box 130, Gardiner, ME 04345
(207- 623-6097)
[email protected]
CLT Director – Debbie Killam, PO Box 99, Detroit, ME 04929
(207-487-5517)
[email protected]
District Mission Areas and Statisticians
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Western Mountain—Juanita Korhonen RTE. 232 Box 310, Bryant Pond ME
(207-665-2528)
Central—Jean Mason, 16 Town Square Rd., South China, ME 04358
(207-445-4838)
Eastern—Faith McLeish, 88 North St., Dover-Foxcroft, ME 04426
(207-564-2373)
Mid-Coast—Cheryl Dunning, 31 Stevens Corner Rd., Harpswell, ME 04097
(207-564-2373)
Northern—Faith McLeish, 88 North St., Dover-Foxcroft, ME 04426
(207-564-2373)
Southern - Faith McLeish, 88 North St., Dover-Foxcroft, ME 04426
(207-564-2373)
North Central—Sharon Morse, 166 Maple St., Farmington ME 04938
(207-778-2210)
Attendance Statistician—Faith McLeish, 88 North St., Dover-Foxcroft, ME 04426
(207-564-2373)
3. District NMI Officers
President – Hazel Seavey, , P.O. Box 374, Washington, ME 04574
(207-845-2856)
Cell- (207-542-4771) email: [email protected]
Vice President - Rev. John M. Evans, P.O. Box 182, Strong, ME 04254
(207-338-3740)
email: [email protected]
Secretary – Kathy Joyce, 7 School St., Bowdoinham, ME 04008
(207-666-5575)
email: [email protected]
Treasurer – Fayelene Hawkins, 1 Rankin St., Apt. 414, Rockland ME 04841
(207-593-7931)
email: [email protected]
NMI Discipling Coordinator: Karen Emerson: 14 Grove St, Norway, ME. 04268
(207-743-6960)
email: [email protected]
Education Coordinator- Kathy Mason, P.O. 498, Bethel ME 04217
(207-875-6008)
email: [email protected] ( new email address from previous year's)
Deputation- Kathy Mason, P.O. 498, Bethel ME 04217
(207-875-6008)
email: [email protected]
Mission Call Coordinator: Vanessa Valdez, 43 Longley Dr., Harpswell, ME. 04079
(207-562-7828)
email: [email protected]
Prayer Coordinator: (TBD)
Giving Coordinator: Wanda Antone- 3 Southgate Ave, Biddeford, ME 04005
email: [email protected]
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(207-284-7943)
Work and Witness Coordinator: Rev. John M. Evans, P.O. Box 182, Strong, ME 04254 (207-338-3740)
email: [email protected]
LINKS: Faith McLeish, 88 North St., Dover-Foxcroft, ME 04426
(207-564-2373)
email: [email protected]
ZONE CHAIRPERSONS
AUBURN –Kathy Mason, P.O. 498, Bethel ME 04217
(207-875-6008)
AUGUSTA – Donna Young, 17 Nazarene Way, Gardiner ME 04345
(207-582-5782)
BANGOR – Fayelene Hawkins, 1 Rankin Street, Apt. 414, Rockland, ME 04841
(207-593-7931)
PORTLAND – Bonnie Porter, 75 Baltimore West, South Portland ME 04106
(207-767-7000)
BATH – Cheryl Dunning, 31 Stevens Corner Rd., Harpswell, ME 04079
(207-729-9379)
MILLINOCKET – Emily Waller, 134 Forest Ave., Millinocket ME 04462
(207-723-4533)
SKOWHEGAN – Caroline Evans, P.O. Box 182, Strong, ME 04254
(207-338-3740)
D. DISTRICT MISSION AREAS
Western Mountain – Auburn, Bethel, Dixfield, Lewiston, Lisbon Falls, Livermore Falls, Mechanic Falls,
Norway
Central – Augusta, China Regional, Gardiner, Leeds, North Waldoboro, Richmond, Rockland, Union
Eastern – Bangor, Belfast, Dover-Foxcroft, Ellsworth, Stonington, River of Hope (Bucksport) (CTM)
Mid-Coast – Bath, Bowdoinham, Brunswick, Cundy’s Harbor, Great Island (East Harpswell), Sebasco
Estates, West Point, Wiscassett
Northern – Dover Foxcroft, East Millinocket, Lincoln, Millinocket
Southern – Berwick, Cape Elizabeth, Portland, Saco, Sanford (CTM), Sebago, South Portland, Southern
Sudan Christian Mission, Wells, Windham, Yarmouth
North Central – Bingham, Fairfield, Farmington Falls, Jackman Welcome, Lifeway Community (formerly
Oakland), Pittsfield, River Run, Skowhegan, Strong, Fayette (Preaching Point)
E. DISTRICT CHURCH DIRECTORY
Auburn:
(Organized 1919) (077-0020)
Location: 38 Summer Street, Auburn ME 04210
(207-783-9656)
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E-mail: [email protected]
Web Address: www.auburnchurchnazarene.org
Pastor: (7/16/00 ) Eric M. Larsen (Holly), 21 Coburn St. Auburn ME 04210
(207-783-2604)
SDMI Supt.- Barbara Richards, 549 Sabattus St., Sabattus, ME 04280
(207-375-4334)
Men’s Min Dir – Roland Johnson, 9 Concord Place, Auburn ME 04210
(207-782-6699)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Barbara Richards, 549 Sabattus St., Sabattus, ME 04280
(207-375-4334)
Quizzing Dir: Laurel Delige, 13 Main St., Turner ME 04282
(207-225-3646)
Church Board Sec- Gloria Smith, 626 Brighton Hill Rd, Minot ME 04258
(207-966-2403)
Church Treas.- Shirley Hunt, 314 Summer St., Auburn, ME 04210
(207-784-8992)
Augusta First:
(Organized 1927) (077-0030)
Location: 30 Nazarene Drive, Augusta ME 04330
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-622-7529)
Web: www.augustafirstchurch.com
Pastor – (12/2/05) Kevin O’Brien (Anh), 32 Summer Haven Rd., Manchester ME 04351
(207-441-8303)
Assoc. Pastor – Debbie Phillips, 36 Townsend St., Apt. 113, Augusta, ME 04330
(207-623-4621)
Music Dir. – Scott Clevenger,
(207-622-2359)
SDMI Supt.- Heather Hinkley
(207-485-2421)
NYI Min. Dir./Pres.- Sandy Myers, 11 Mason St., Pittsfield ME 04967
(207-487-6554)
Adult Ministries Dir. - Debbie Phillips, 36 Townsend St., Augusta, ME 04330
(207-623-4621)
Prime Time Dir. – Becky Pelotte,
(207-437-2895)
NMI Pres. – Debbie Phillips, 36 Townsend St., Augusta, ME 04330
(207-623-4621)
Church Board Sec.- Barbara Moore, 16 Cross Hill Rd., Augusta ME 04330
(207-622-9530)
Church Treas. – Tim Myers, 11 Mason St., Pittsfield, ME 04967
(207-487-6554)
Bangor:
(Organized 1946)
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(077-0040)
Location: 1465 Union St., Bangor, ME 04401
(207-942-7216)
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Address: www.bangornaz.com
Pastor: (12/12/10) Damon Hayward (Phyllis), 1465 Union St., Bangor ME 04401
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-942-2290)
SDMI Supt. – Chris Kelley, 151 Middle Dr., Old Town ME 04468
(207-827-5512)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Jeremiah Mutty, 1970 Pushaw Road, Glenburn, ME 04401,
E-mail: [email protected];
(207-299-3928)
NYI Pres. – Ian Whitty, 12 Brimmer Street, Brewer,ME 04412
E-mail: [email protected];
(207-991-0637)
NMI Pres – Dawn-Elaine Danforth, P.O. Box 162, Bucksport, ME04416
(207-469-2543)
Church Board Sec. – Jodi Veneziano, 51 Bishop Drive, Hermon, Me 04401
E-mail:[email protected];
(207-848-7892)
Church Treas. – Amy Lane, 33 Bishop Drive, Hermon, ME 04401
E-mail: [email protected];
Bath First:
(207-848-8036)
(Organized 1909) (077-0050)
Location: 191 Centre Street, Bath ME 04530
(207-386-1655)
Mailing: P.O. Box 855 Bath, ME 04530
E-mail: [email protected]
Pastor: (4/5/98) Barry W. Dutton (Tavia), 25 Merrymeeting Dr., Topsham, ME 04086
(207-729-0052)
Assoc. Pastor – Benjamin Wallace Jr., 8 Gray Hill Rd., Harpswell, ME 04079
(207-373-0914)
Admin Asst. - Benjamin Wallace Jr., 8 Gray Hill Rd., Harpswell, ME 04079
(207-373-0914)
Music Dir. – Barry Compton, , 276 Middle St., Bath, ME 04530
(207-837-8832)
SDMI Supt. – Darlene Compton, 276 Middle St., Bath, ME 04530
(207-837-8832)
Youth Pastor - Benjamin Wallace Jr., 8 Gray Hill Rd., Harpswell, ME 04079
NMI Pres. - Barry Compton, 276 Middle St., Bath, ME 04530
(207-373-0914)
(207-837-8832)
Church Board Sec. TBD
Church Treas. – Bill Rollins, 486 Sebasco Rd., Phippsburg, ME 04562
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(207-751-9622)
Belfast:
(Organized 1969) (077-0052)
Location—95 Swan Lake Ave., Belfast, ME 04915
(207-338-3740)
E-mail: [email protected]
Pastor—(10/31/10) Lester A. (Joe) LaCombe (Pauline), 264 Beechwood St., Thomaston ME 04861
(207-354-9231)
E-mail: [email protected]
SDMI Supt.—Ellen Apetz, 24 Merithew Rd., Searsport ME 04974
(207-692-7144)
NMI — Joan Snow, 102 Back Belmont Rd., Belfast, ME. 04915
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-338-5257)
Church Board Sec.— Debbie Blake, 45 Turnpike Rd., Searsport, ME 04974
E-mail: [email protected]
Church Treas.—Kathy Reed, 1 Field Rd. Searsport ME 04974
E-mail: [email protected]
Berwick - New Hope Community:
(207-323-3784)
(207-548-6339)
(Organized 1967) (077-0055)
Location: 24 Rochester Street,Berwick ME 03901
(207-698-1477)
Mailing: P.O. Box 697, Berwick, ME. 03901
E-mail: [email protected]
Pastor: Rachel Carr, 24 Rochester St., Berwick ME 03901
(717-659-4513)
NMI Pres: Kathy Driscoll, 3C Berwick Rd., Berwick ME 03901
(207-698-9769)
Church Bd Sec: Kate Reynolds, 21 Carriage Run Rd., Berwick ME 03901
(207-384-8170)
Church Treas: Kevin Driscoll, 3C Berwick Rd., Berwick ME 03901
Bethel:
(207-698-9769)
(Organized 1962) (077-0060)
Location: 16 Church Street, Bethel ME 04217
(207-824-4028)
Mailing: P.O. Box 408, Bethel, ME 04217
E-mail: [email protected]
Pastor: (6/25/00) Charles Mason III (Kathy), 16 Eddies Rd., Greenwood, ME 04255
(207-875-6008)
Assoc. Pastor – James P. Cobb, 192 Gore Rd., Bryant Pond ME 04219
(207-665-2615)
SDMI Supt: Anita Mason, 463 Vernon St., Bethel, ME 04217
(207-824-0808)
Children’s Min. Dir.:- Kathy Mason, 16 Eddies Rd., Greenwood, ME 04255
(207-875-6008)
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Adult Min. Dir. - James P. Cobb, 192 Gore Rd., Bryant Pond ME 04219
(207-665-2615)
NMI Pres: Cathryn Lovejoy, 415 Flat Road, Bethel, ME. 04217
(207-836-2822)
Church Board Sec: Geraldine Shimamura, P.O. Box 1163, Bethel ME 04217
(207-824-7289)
Church Treasurer – Juanita Korhonen, Rt. 232 Box 310, Bryant Pond ME 04269
(207-665-2528)
Bingham:
(Organized 1956) (077-0070)
Location: 26 Meadow Street, Bingham ME 04920
(207-672-3690)
Mailing: P.O. Box 167, Bingham, ME 04920
E-mail: [email protected]
Pastor: (5/5/02) Rodney Williams, Sr., (Debbie), (P.O. Box167), Bingham, ME 04920
(207-672-3690)
Music Dir.- Debbie C. Williams, 24 Meadow Street, Bingham, ME. 04920
(207-672-3690)
NYI Min. Dir/Pres.- Julie Coombs, 877 Hole-in-Wall Rd., Solon ME 04979
(207-645-2560)
NMI Pres. – Cora Bigelow, P.O. Box 293,Bingham, ME. 04920
(207-672-3984)
Church Board Sec: Winnie Adams, 14 Collins St. (P.O. Box 535), Bingham ME 04920
(207-672-3209)
Church Treas: Winnie Adams, 14 Collins St. (PO Box 535), Bingham ME 04920
(207-672-3209)
Bowdoinham:
(Organized 1948)
(077-0080)
Location - Main and School Sts., Bowdoinham, ME 04008
Mailing: 7 School Street, Bowdoinham, ME 04008
E-mail: [email protected]
Pastor - (2/26/1993) Daniel B. Joyce (Kathy),21 School Street, Bowdoinham, ME 04008
(207-666-5575)
NMI Pres - Kathy Joyce, 21 School St., Bowdoinham, ME 04008
(207-666-5575)
E-mail: [email protected]
SDMI Supt - Judy Morse, P.O. Box 280, Bowdoinham, ME 04008
(207-666-8394)
Church Board Sec. - Judy Morse, P.O. Box 280, Bowdoinham, ME 04008
(207-666-8394)
Church Treas. - Dorothy Baker, 311 River Rd., Bowdoinham, ME 04008
(207-666-5717)
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Brunswick:
(Organized 1967)
(077-0075)
Location: 94 McKeen Street, Brunswick, ME. 04011
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-725-4243)
Web Address: www.bcotn.com
Pastor – (12/10/07) Chris Curry (Betty), 34 Redpoll Dr., Topsham ME 04086
(207-449-3505)
Music Dir. – Betty Curry, 34 Redpoll Dr., Topsham ME 04086
(207-449-3905)
Vis. Min. – Clayton Haley, 39 Wildes Rd., Bowdoinham, ME 04008
(207-666-5807)
SMDI Supt. – To be supplied
Children’s Min. – Susan Flint, 46 Ivanhoe Dr., Topsham ME 04086
(207-449-3434)
Prime Time Dir. - Dwaine Evans Sr., 41 Wildes Rd., Bowdoinham ME 04008
(207-522-8844)
NMI Pres. – Cheryl Dunning, 31 Stevens Corner Rd., Harpswell ME 04079
(207-729-1412)
Church Board Sec. – Richard Loomis, 23 Winter St., E-1, Topsham ME 04086 (207-729-8227)
Church Treas. – Carol Oliver, 36 Pejepscot Terr. Apt. 18B, Brunswick ME 04011
(207-725-2407)
Cape Elizabeth:
(Organized 1967)
(077-0110)
Location: 499 Ocean House Rd., Cape Elizabeth ME 04107
(207-799-3692)
Mailing Address: 6 Susan Rd., Cape Elizabeth ME 04107
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Address: www.capenazarene.org
Pastor: (7/1/02) Jonathan K. Twitchell (Melody), 6 Susan Rd., Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107
(207-799-9466)
Pastor Emeritus – Roland A. Stanford (Phyllis), 99 Prebble St., Apt. 120, So. Portland, ME 04106
(207-799-8805)
SDMI Supt. – Mona Lambert, 12 Common Way, Buxton ME 04093
(207-651-6939)
NMI Pres. - Mae Billingslea, P. O. Box 192, Old Orchard Beach, ME 04064
(207-934-4508)
Church Board Sec. – Nancy Victor, 151 Portland Ave., Old Orchard Beach ME 04064
(207-281-2815)
Church Treas. – Brenda Hawkes, 7 Ricker Rd., Falmouth, ME 04105
China Regional:
(Organized 1989)
Location: 898 Route 3, South China, ME 04358
(207-781-4481)
(077-0130)
(207-445-4838)
Mailing Address: P. O. Box 530, South China, ME 04358
E-mail: [email protected]
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Pastor – (8/1/08) Ernest LaBelle (Sheredith), P.O. Box 840, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04570
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-441-3116)
Music Dir. Sherrie LaBelle, P.O. Box 840, Boothbay Harbor, ME 04570
(207-441-3116)
SDMI Supt. – TBD
NYI Pres. – Cindy Senkbeil, 45 Dickens Way, S. China ME 04358
(207-445-3783)
NMI Pres. – Brenda Siefken, 1155 Hostile Valley Rd., Palermo ME 04354
(207-993-2502)
Church Board Sec. – Tina Clifford, 937 Rt. 3, South China ME 04358
(207-446-4783)
Church Treas. - Harold Siefken, 1155 Hostile Valley Rd., Palermo ME 04354
(207-993-2502)
Cundy's Harbor:
(Organized1891)
(077-0170)
Location – 863 Cundy’s Harbor Rd., Harpswell, ME 04079
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-729-1466)
Web Address: www.cundysharborchurch.org
Pastor – ( 10/5/08) Veronica Gonsior (Dean), 25 Gonsior’s Place, Harpswell, ME 04079
(207-729-1466)
SDMI Supt. - Juanita Valdez, 43 Longley Drive, Harpswell, ME 04079
(207-729-9263)
NYI Pres. – Vanessa Valdez, 43 Longley Drive, Harpswell, ME 04079
(207-729-9263)
NMI Pres. - Vanessa Valdez, 43 Longley Drive, Harpswell, ME 04079
(207-729-9263)
Church Board Sec. – Rhonda Copp, Holbrook St., Harpswell ME 04079
(207-725-7548)
Church Treas. – Sandy Bichrest, 811 Cundy’s Harbor Rd., Harpswell, ME 04079
(207-725-7770)
Dixfield:
(Organized 1958) (077-0202)
Location: 171 Weld Street, Dixfield ME 04224
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-562-7828)
(Fax 207-562-7828)
Pastor – (1/30/06) John Heuring (Patricia), 171 Weld Street, Dixfield, ME 04224
(207-562-7828)
Assoc. Pastor – Peter (Elaine) Carter, 31 Mill St., Weld, ME 04285
(207-585-2112)
Youth Pastor - Andy Anderson, 615 Main St., Dixfield ME 04224
(207-562-7315)
Music Dir. – Patricia Heuring, 171 Weld St., Dixfield, ME 04224
(207-562-7828)
SDMI Supt. – Elaine Carter, 31 Mill St., Weld ME 04285
(207-585-2112)
Vis. Min. – Andy Anderson, 615 Main St., Dixfield ME 04224
(207-562-7315)
NMI Pres. – Patricia Heuring, 171 Weld St., Dixfield, ME 04224
(207-562-7828)
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NYI Pres. – Misty Steward, 115 Penobscot St., Apt. 2, Rumford ME 04276
(207-357-3792)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Norma Anderson, 615 Main St., Dixfield ME 04224
(207-562-7315)
Church Board Sec. – Clarice Dunham, P.O. Box 335, Dixfield ME 04224
(207-562-4432)
Church Treas. – Cyndi Welch, 32 Mease Rd., Dixfield ME 04224
(207-562-8498)
Dover-Foxcroft:
(Organized 1967)
(077-0210)
Location: 4 Paine Road, Dover-Foxcroft, ME 04426
(207-564-7854)
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 306, Dover-Foxcroft ME 04426
Pastor – (8/1/10) James DuVall (Stacy), 514 Main Rd., Burlington ME 04417
(207-299-2044)
Music Dir. – Linda Grant, P.O. Box 244, Dover-Foxcroft ME 04426
(207-564-8038)
SDMI Supt. – Faith McLeish, 88 North St., Dover-Foxcroft, ME. 04426
(207-564-2373)
Adult Min. Dir. – Faith McLeish, 88 North St., Dover-Foxcroft, ME. 04426
(207-564-2373)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Robert Herring, 11 Skimmer Lane, Dexter ME 04930
(207-924-3259)
NMI Pres. – Karen LeBlanc, P.O. Box 404, Dover-Foxcroft ME 04426
(207-717-0391)
W/W Coord. – James DuVall, 514 Main Rd., Burlington ME 04417
(207-299-2044)
Church Board Sec. – Phylis Jackson, 2372 Dexter Rd., Dover-Foxcroft ME 04426
(207-564-0934)
Church Treas: Sandra Cookson, 15 Willow St., Milo ME 04463
Ellsworth:
(Organized 1979)
(207-943-2138)
(077-0237)
Location - 445 High Street, Ellsworth ME 04605
(207-667-6785)
Email: [email protected]
(Fax 207-667-6785)
Pastor: (9/5/93) Reginald Clark (Joanna), 33 Grist Mill Rd., Franklin ME 04634
(207-565-0956)
SDMI Supt: Joanna Clark, 33 Grist Mill Rd., Franklin ME 04634
(207-565-0956)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Marilyn Kelley, 437 High St., Ellsworth ME 04605
(207-669-6333)
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. – Patrick Clark, 33 Grist Mill Rd., Franklin ME 04634
(207-664-6479)
NMI Pres. – Loretta Perry, 52 Gouldsboro Pt. Rd., Gouldsboro, ME 04607
(207-546-7219)
W/W Coord. – Bob Miller, 36 Birch Point. Rd., Rogue Bluffs ME 04654
(207-263-7419)
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Church Board Sec. – Loretta Perry, 52 Gouldsboro Pt. Rd., Gouldsboro ME 04607
(207-546-7219)
Church Treas. – Tom Dunn, 35 Brimmer Pt. Way., Ellsworth, ME 04605
Fairfield:
(Organized 1933)
(207-664-0772)
(077-0280)
Location – 81 Main St., Fairfield, ME 04937
(207-453-7436)
Mailing Address – P.O. Box 146, Fairfield ME 04937
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Address: www.fairfieldnazarene.org
Pastor: (11/09/10) Eric Larsen (Holly), 4 Booker Ave., Benton ME 04901
(207-453-7436)
Music Dir.- Nancy Adams, 4 Cushman Road, Winslow, ME 04901
(207-872-6820)
NMI Pres: Brenda Overlock, 336 Bangor Rd., Benton ME 04901
(207-453-2653)
Church Board Sec: Becky Thibodeau, 18 Booker Ave., Benton ME 04901
(207-453-9436)
Church Treas: Roger Overlock, 336 Bangor Rd., Benton ME 04901
Farmington Falls:
Location:
(Organized 1950)
(207-453-2653)
(077-0290)
173 Croswell Rd., Farmington Falls, ME 04940
(207-778-2210)
Mailing Address: General Delivery, Farmington Falls ME 04940
E-mail: [email protected]line-online.net
Pastor – (6/3/08) Gary E. Smith, 179 Croswell Rd., Farmingon Falls, ME 04940
(207-778-2210)
SDMI Supt: Beatrice LaPlante, 344 Bacon Rd., Mercer ME 04967
(207-587-2623)
NMI Pres: Rev. Sharon Morse, 166 Maple St., Farmington ME 04938
(207-779-0653)
Church Board Sec: Ernestine V. Emery, 4 David Rd., Vienna ME 04360
(207-293-8998)
Church Treas: TBD
Gardiner:
Location:
(Organized 1929)
(077-0330)
6 Nazarene Way, Gardiner ME 04345
(207-582-5107)
E-mail: [email protected]
Pastor: (6/12/95) Willis Young (Donna), 17 Nazarene Way, Gardiner ME 04345
(207-582-5782)
Assoc. Pastor/Prayer Min. – David Gay, 1105 River Rd., Gardiner ME 04345
(207-582-4777)
Assoc. Pastor / Music Min. – Mark Stanford, 210 Old Bath Rd., Brunswick ME 04011
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(207-725-0811)
SDMI Supt. – Sandie Kaiser, P.O. Box 315, Belgrade Lakes, ME 04918
(207-495-8826)
NYI Pres. - Sharon Cook, 43 W. Elm St., Yarmouth ME 04096
(207-846-3611)
Adult Min. Dir. – Wendi Crosman, 201 Burns Rd., Augusta ME 04330
(207-319-3029)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Joe Burke, 135 Cemetary Rd., Vassalboro ME 04989
- Jim Kaiser, P.O. Box 315, Belgrade Lakes Me 04918
(207-485-7429)
(207-495-8826)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Donna Young, 17 Nazarene Way, Gardiner ME 04345
(207-582-5782)
NMI Pres. – Dorothy Kirk, 13 Bennett St., Augusta ME 04330
(207-622-9779)
Church Board Sec. – Susan Burke, 135 Cemetary St., Vassalboro ME 04989
(207-649-7429)
Church Treas. – Dr. Jeff Cook, 43 W. Elm St., Yarmouth ME 04096
(207-846-3611)
Great Island (formerly East Harpswell):
(Organized 1950)
(077-0230)
Location – Rte. 24, Harpswell ME
(207-833-5175)
Mailing Address – 806 Harpswell Island Rd., Harpswell, ME 04079
Pastor: (3/9/09) Chris Curry (Betty), 36 Repole Dr., Topsham ME 04086
(207-449-3505)
Music Dir. – Jack Dunning, 31 Stevens Cor. Rd., Harpswell, ME 04079
(207-729-1412)
SDMI Supt. – Jack Dunning, 31 Stevens Cor. Rd., Harpswell, ME 04079
(207-729-1412)
NMI Pres. – Cheryl Dunning, 31 Stevens Corner Rd., Harpswell ME 04079
(207-729-1412)
Church Board Sec: Cheryl Dunning, 31 Stevens Corner Rd., Harpswell, ME 04079
(207-729-1412)
Church Treas: Cheryl Dunning, 31 Stevens Cor. Rd., Harpswell, ME 04079
Jackman Welcome:
(Organized 1926)
(207-729-1412)
(077-0370)
Location: 589 Main Street, Jackman ME 04945
(207-668-5981)
Pastor: (5/31/09) David Smith (Diane) 591 Main St., Jackman ME 04945
(207-668-5981)
E-mail: [email protected]
Music Dir. – Kent Turner, P.O. Box 268, Jackman ME 04945
(207-858-3131)
SDMI Supt. – Genie Bouffard, 229 Main St., Jackman ME 04945
(207-668-5771)
NYI Pres. – Danielle Smith, 591 Main St., Jackman ME 04945
(207-668-5981)
NMI Pres. – Gary Garland, P.O. Box 103, Jackman ME 04945
(207-668-4058)
Church Board Sec: Debra Szarka, P.O. Box 105, jackman ME 04945
(207-668-2118)
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Church Treas: Debra Szarka, P.O. Box 105, jackman ME 04945
Leeds:
(Organized 1949)
(207-668-2118)
(077-0400)
Location: 5 Leeds Junction Road, Leeds, ME 04263
(207-933-4861)
Mailing Address: 7 Leeds Junction Rd., Leeds ME 04263
E-mail: [email protected]
Pastor: (6/14/92) Harold B. Hilton (Susan), 7 Leeds Junction Rd., Leeds ME 04263
(207-933-4861)
SDMI Supt: Helen Johnson, 1030 Allen Pond Rd., Greene, ME 04236
(207-946-5123)
NYI Pres: Linda Thompson, 4 Pinetree Lane, Lewiston ME 04240
(207-777-7176)
Women's Min. Dir: Susan Hilton, 7 Leeds Junction Rd., Leeds ME 04263
(207-933-4861)
NMI Pres: Tim Thompson, 4 Pinetree Lane, Lewiston ME 04240
(207-777-7176)
Church Board Sec: Tim Thompson, 4 Pinetree Lane, Lewiston ME 04240
(207-777-7176)
Church Treas: Linda Thompson, 4 Pinetree Lane, Lewiston ME 04240
(207-777-7176)
Lewiston:
(Organized 1993)
(077-0410)
Location – Services Only –Russell Park Rehabilitation Center, 156 Russell Street, Lewiston, ME 04240
Mail Address – c/o Margaret Sjostrom, 5 Blue Hill Dr., Turner ME 04282
(207-713-6054)
E-mail: [email protected]
Pastor: To be supplied
Church Board Sec. – Margaret Sjostrom, 5 Blue Hill Dr., Turner ME 04282
(207-713-6054)
Church Treas. – Bettye Desrosiers, 3600W Lakeshore Dr. – 57, Columbia City IN 46725
(260-213-4400)
Lifeway Community (Formerly Oakland):
(Organized 1955) (077-0640)
Mail Address: P. O. Box 2882, Waterville, ME 04903
Location – 81 Main St., Fairfield ME 04937
(207-370-9079)
E-mail: [email protected]
Pastor: (04/01/08) Todd M. McKay Sr. (Hannah), 44 Hideaway Acres Rd., Chelsea, ME 04330
(207-582-2801)
E-mail: [email protected]
Assoc. Pastor – Joyce Perkins (Dick), 22 Redington St., Waterville ME 04901
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E-mail: [email protected]
(207-692-0543)
SDMI Supt. - Sue Gray, 22 Redington St., Apt. 1, Waterville ME 04901
(207-680-5852)
NYI Pres. – Robert Perkins, 22 Redington St., Waterville ME 04901
(207-692-0543)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Karen Lyons, 42 Francis St. Waterville ME 04901
(207-873-6096)
NMI Pres. – Hannah McKay, 44 Hideaway Acres Rd., Chelsea, ME 04330
(207-582-2801)
CLT Dir. – Todd McKay Sr., 44 Hideaway Acres Rd., Chelsea, ME 04330
(207-582-2801)
Church Board Sec. – Hannah McKay, 44 Hideaway Acres Rd., Chelsea, ME 04330
(207-582-2801)
Church Treas. – Betty Wing, 17 Pleasant St., Lot #4, Oakland ME 04963
New Vision (formerly Lincoln)
(5/2009)
(207-465-2915)
(077-0420)
Pastor: Bruce Michaud (Brenda Lee), 44 Lee Rd., Lincoln ME 04457
(207-746-7612)
E-mail: [email protected]
Lisbon Falls:
(Organized 1931)
(077-0430)
Address: 184 Main Street, Lisbon Falls ME 04252
(207-353-2572)
Web: Lisbonfallsnaz.org
E-mail:
Pastor: (3/28/99) William. H. Bailey (Gloria), 66 Oak St., Bath, ME 04530
(207-443-4304)
Assoc. Pastor – Joseph Donahue, 182 Main St., Lisbon Falls, ME 04252
(207-353-8748)
Visitation Min. - Landon Hixon, RR2 Box 8834, Richmaond, ME 04357
(207-737-2980)
SDMI Supt: Sandi Wood, 19 Upland Rd., Lisbon ME 04250
(207-353-8748)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Lois Cooper, 14 High St., Richmond, ME 04357
(207-737-8724)
Women's Min. – Gloria Bailey, 66 Oak St., Bath, ME 04530
(207-443-4304)
NMI Pres: Cathy Levesque, 22 Stanley Blvd., Sabattus, ME 04280
(207-375-4939
Work & Witness Coord: Rev. Stanley Sabine, 22 Stanley Blvd., Sabattus ME 04280
(207-375-8595)
Church Board Sec: Lois Garriepy, P.O. Box 22, Gardiner ME 04345
(207-582-1132)
Church Treas: Patricia Cook, 1100 River Rd., Avon, ME 04966
(207-684-3465)
Livermore Falls:
(Organized 1915)
Location: 6 Wheeler St., Livermore Falls ME 04254
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(077-0440)
(207-645-3309)
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Address: www.lfnaz.org
Pastor: (4/09) , Dakota Baker (Interim) P.O. Box 372, Jay ME 04239
(207-399-3309)
Church Board Sec: Lee Fontenot, 33 Osgood Rd., Jay, ME 04239
(207-931-9002)
Church Treas: Becky Parker, P.O. Box 372, Jay ME 04239
(207-645-3309
Living Hope (East Millinocket):
(Organized 1958)
(077-0511)
Location: 1 Palm Street, East Millinocket ME 04430
(207-746-3760)
Mailing Address: P. O. Box 386, East Millinocket ME 04430
E-mail:
Web Address: www.livinghopenazarene.org
Pastor – (9/5/10) David Shaw (Rosalie), 11 Savage St., Medway ME 04460
(207-991-0835)
District Lic. Min. – Fawn Wilkinson, 4 Maple St., Apt.3, Millinocket ME 04462
(207-907-8510)
Music Dir. – Debbi Perkins, 108 New Hampshire St., Millinocket ME 04462
(207-723-4744)
SDMI Supt – Rosalie Shaw, 11 Savage St., Medway ME 04460
(207-991-0835)
NYI Pres. – Roger Buzby, 47 Katahdin Ave. Millinocket ME 04462
(207-723-1060)
Yound Adult Dir. – Lisa Nicholson, 7 Maple St., East Millinockted ME 04430 (207-746-9401)
Men’s Min. Dir. – David Shaw, 11 Savage St., Medway ME 04460
(207-991-0835)
Women’s Min. Dir. - Laurie Stanley, 73 Turnpike Rd., Medway ME 04460
(207-746-5838)
NMI Pres. - Tracie York, 52 York St., Medway ME 04460
(207-746-5391)
Church Board Sec. – Linda Labby, 24 Eastland Ave. Millinocket ME 04462
(207-723-4776)
Church Treas. – Laurie Stanley, 73 Turnpike Rd., Medway ME 04460
(207-746-5838)
Mechanic Falls:
(Organized 1961)
(077-0500)
Location - 5 Oak St. Mechanic Falls ME 04256
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-345-3670)
Web Address: www.mychurg.org/mfn
Pastor: (9/1/09) Rudy Macie (Mary) 55 Riverside Dr. Mechanic Falls ME 04256
(207-890-0864)
Music Dir. – Mary Macie, 55 Riverside Dr. Mechanic Falls ME 04256
(207-890-1789)
SDMI Pres. - Nancy getchell, P.O. Box 52, Poland ME 04274
(207-576-8748)
NYI Pres. – Crystal White, 224 Lane Rd., Auburn ME 04210
(207-402-4629)
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NMI Pres. – Meredith Hughey, 13 High St., Mechanic Falls, ME 04256
(207-345-3441)
Church Board Sec: Nancy Getchell, P.O. Box 52, Poland ME 04274
(207-576-8748)
Church Treas: Sharon Givens P.O. Box 52, Poland ME 04274
(207-740-6433)
Millinocket:
(Organized 1953)
(077-0510)
Location - 134 Forest Ave., Millinocket, ME 04462
(207-723-4533)
E-mail: [email protected]
Web Address: www.millinocketnazarene.com
Pastor: (1/18/04) Richard J. Waller (Kathryn), 134 Forest Ave., Millinocket ME 04462
(207-723-5584)
Music Dir. – Donna Kelly, 310 Bates St. Millinocket, ME 04462
(207-723-5952)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Sherry Kowalski, 360 Morgan Lane, Millinocket ME 04462
Women's Min. Dir. – Kathryn Waller, 134 Forest Ave., Millinocket ME 04462
(207-723-5584)
NMI Pres. – Christy Malcolm, 73 School St., Millinocket, ME 04462
(207-723-4193)
Church Board Sec. – Susan Darnielle, 44 Pleasant Street, Millinocket ME 04462 (207-723-5803)
Church Treas. – Susan Darnielle, 44 Pleasant Street, Millinocket ME 04462
- Tom Herring, 42 Heritage Drive, Millinocket ME 04462
New Beginnings (Yarmouth)
(Organized 1942)
(207-723-5803)
(207-723-4011)
(077-0980)
Location: 700 Route 1, Yarmouth ME 04096
(207-846-5737)
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 245, Yarmouth ME 04096
E-mail: [email protected]
Pastor – (08/23/09) David (Jen) Suitter, 808 Rt. 1, Yarmouth ME 04096
(207-462-8994)
SDMI Supt: Debbie Googins, 308 Middle Rd., Falmouth ME 04105
(207-781-2135)
NMI Pres. – Paul Suitter, 22 Booker Rd., Gardiner ME 04345
(207-446-6106)
Church Board Sec. – TBD
Church Treas: Dr. Jeff Cook, 43 W. Elm St., Yarmouth ME 04096
North Waldoboro:
(Organized 1939)
Location - 3008 Washington Road, Waldoboro ME 04572
Mailing Address: 1640 Old Augusta Rd., Waldoboro ME 04572
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(207-846-3611)
(077-0600)
(207-832-4462)
E-mail: [email protected]
Pastor: (1/28/01) Mark R. Holden (Tara), 1640 Old Augusta Rd., Waldoboro ME 04572
(207-832-4462)
SDMI Supt. – Kim Peabody, 1071 Old Augusta Rd., Waldoboro, ME 04572
(207-832-4640)
NMI Pres. – Barbara Simmons, 450 Reef Rd., Waldoboro, ME 04572
(207-832-4013)
Church Board Sec – Diana Dare, 1640 Old Augusta Rd., Waldoboro ME 04572
(207-832-4462 )
Church Treas: Steve Creamer, 1640 Old Augusta Rd., Waldoboro ME 04572
Norway:
(Organized 1964)
(077-0620)
Location: 10 Grove Street, Norway ME 04268
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-832-7298)
(207-743-8172)
Web Address: www.norwaynazarene.org
Pastor: (6/20/07) Shawn Emerson (Karen), 14 Grove St., Norway ME 04268
(207-743-8172)
SDMI Supt.- Karen Emerson, 14 Grove St., Norway ME 04268
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-743-8172)
NYI Pres. – Paige Emerson, 14 Grove St., Norway ME 04268
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-743-8172)
NMI Pres. – Christal Stroud, 42 Center Bridge Rd., Turner, ME 04282
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-514-7695)
Church Board Sec. – Christal Stroud, 42 Center Bridge Rd., Turner, ME 04282
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-514-7695)
Church Treas. – Brent Stroud, 42 Center Bridge Rd., Turner, ME 04282
E-mail: [email protected]
Pittsfield:
Location:
E-mail:
(Organized 1948)
(207-514-7695)
(077-0670)
200 Forest Street, Pittsfield, ME. 04967
(207-487-5913)
Web address: www.pittsfieldnazarene.org
Pastor: (4/11/11) Dale Braker (June), 192 Central St., Pittsfield ME 04967
(207-487-5913)
SDMI Supt: Sonda Chase, 284 Stage Rd., Etna ME 04434
(207-269-2132)
NYI Pres. – Dale Braker, 192 Central St., Pittsfield ME 04967
(207-487-5913)
NMI Pres: June Braker, 192 Central St., Pittsfield ME 04967
(207-487-5913)
Church Board Sec: Dorothy Gere, 14 Spruce St., Newport ME 04953
(207-368-4510)
Church Treas: Esther Temple, 455 Madawaska Rd., Palmya ME 04965
(207-487-2780)
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Portland: (Restart)
(Organized 1913)
(077-0680)
Richmond:
(Organized 1941)
(077-0740)
Location: 91 Alexander Reed Road, Richmond ME 04357
(207-737-8641)
Mailing Address: P. O. Box 238, Richmond ME 04357
Pastor: (3/3/05) Roger E. Merrill (Patricia), 1 Tallman St., Richmond, ME 04357
(207-737-2278)
Assoc. Pastor – Kimberly S. Merrill (Frederick), 511 Alexander Reed Rd., Richmond, ME 04357
(207-737-4473)
Music Dir. – Fred Merrill, 511 Alexander Reed Rd., Richmond, ME 04357
(207-737-4473)
SDMI Supt. – Pamela Hetland, 20 Hatch St., Ricmond ME 04357
(207-737-2159)
NYI Pres. – Victoria Merrill, 511 Alexander Reed Rd., Richmond, ME 04357
(207-737-4473)
NMI Pres. – Helen Read, P. O. Box 95, Bowdoinham, ME 04008
(207-666-8468)
Church Board Sec. – Josephine Merrill, One Tallman St., Richmaond, ME 04357
(207-737-2278)
Church Treas. – Josephine Merrill, One Tallman St., Richmond ME 04357
River Run
(207-737-2278)
(Organized 2011) (077-0003)
Location: 88 River Rd., Detroit ME 04929
(207-487-5517)
Mail: P.O. Box 88, Detroit ME 04929
Pastor: (5/14/09) Deborah Killam, P.O. Box 99, Detroit ME 04929
(207-487-5517)
E-mail: [email protected]
Assoc. Pastor – Gloria Mitchell, 899 North Palermo Rd., Freedom ME 04941
Rockland:
(Organized 1940)
(207-382-6370)
(077-0750)
Location: 52 Camden St., Rockalnd ME 04841
(207-354-9231)
Mail: 264 Beechwood St., Thomaston ME 04861
(207-354-9231)
Pastor: 11/6/2001 Lester A. LaCombe (Polly), 264 Beechwood St., Thomaston ME 04861
(207-354-9231)
Music Dir: Mary Wiebe, 16 Prospect St., Rockland, ME 04841
(207-542-4643)
Church Board Sec: - Polly LaCombe, 264 Beechwood St., Thomaston ME 04851
(207-354-9231)
Church Treas.- Polly LaCombe, 264 Beechwood St., Thomaston ME 04851
(207-354-9231)
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Saco:
(Organized 1975)
(077-0160)
Location: 18 Steeple Dr., Saco ME 04072-9615
(207-282-3058)
E-mail: [email protected]
Pastor: (5/07) Kenneth Wish (Carol), 18 Steeple Dr., Apt. 101, Saco, ME 04072
(207-571-4225)
NYI Pres. – Arielle Richardson, 167 Pleasant St., Saco ME 04072
(207-281-3592)
NMI Pres. – Wanda Antone, 3 Soutgate Ave., Biddefored, ME 04005
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-590-9089)
Church Board Sec. – Judith Richardson, 167 Pleasant St., Saco, ME 04072
E-mail: [email protected]
Church Treas. – TBD
Sebago:
(Organized 1941)
(207-229-5017)
(077-0160)
Location: Rte. 114, Sebago, Maine
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 184, Sebago ME 04029
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-787-3179)
Web Address: www.sebagonazarenechurch.org
Pastor: (2/1/11) (interim) – Karen Moore (James), P.O. Box 276, Sebago ME 04029
(207-787-2747)
SDMI Supt.— Bob McLaughlin, 49 Ossippee St., Sebago ME 04029
(207-221-3112)
Youth Pastor – Bob McLaughlin, 49 Ossippee St., Sebago ME 04029
(207-221-3112)
NMI Pres.— Jim Libby, ), P.O. Box 276, Sebago ME 04029
(207-787-2747)
Church Board Sec.— Myron Jones, 19 Pine Acres Dr., Cornish ME 04020
(207-625-3248)
Church Treas.— Kimberly Jones, 19 Pine Acres Dr., Cornish ME 04020
(207-625-3248)
Sebasco Estates:
(Organized 1908)
(077-0780)
Location: Sebasco Rd., Phippsburg, ME 04562
(207-389-1637)
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 36, Sebasco Estates ME 04565
E-mail: mailto:[email protected]
Pastor: () TBS
Asst. Pastor – Weston Murphy, 36 Garrison Rd., Bailey Island ME 04033
(207-833-5267)
Music Dir. – Sandy Potvin, Mill Stone Apts., Cundy’s Harbor ME 04079
(207-729-0485)
SDMI Supt: Edith Burgess, P.O. Box 135, Sebasco Estates ME 04565
(207-389-1038)
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NMI Pres: Edith Burgess, P.O. Box 135, Sebasco Estates ME 04565
(207-389-1038)
Church Board Sec: Patricia Palardy, P.O. Box 84, Sebasco Estates ME 04565
(207-389-2290)
Church Treas: Josephine York, 7 Carrying Place Rd., Phippsburg ME 04562
Skowhegan:
(Organized 1929)
(077-0790)
Location – 31 East Madison Road, Skowhegan ME 04976
fax: (207-474-2957)
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-389-1148)
(207-474-2957)
Web address: www.skowheganfirstchurch.com
Pastor – (6/1/07) Brian Hale (Karen), 122 Malbons Mills Rd., Skowhegan ME 04976
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-474-5839)
Music Dir. - ) Brian Hale, 122 Malbons Mills Rd., Skowhegan ME 04976
(207-474-5839)
Chr. Ed. Dir. – Katya Rogers, 500 Waterville Rd., Norridgewock, ME 04957
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-634-2075)
NYI Pres. – Aaron Hughes, 96 Wood Rd., Cornville ME 04976
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-474-8303)
Prime Time Dir. – Diana Demmons, 8 Kennebec St., Skowhegan ME 04976
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-474-2281)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Patti Knights, 8 Mitchell St., Skowhegan ME 04976
Karen Hale, 122 Malbons Mills Rd., Skowhegan ME 04976
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-474-2585)
(207-474-5839)
NMI Pres. – Agnes Lacefield, 19 Chestnut St., Skowhegan ME 04976
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-474-0622)
Church Board Sec. – Patti Knights, 8 Mitchell St., Skowhegan, ME 04976
(207-431-7207)
Church Treas. – Evelyn Wood, 100 Wood Rd., Cornville ME 04976
(207-474-3159)
South Portland:
(Organized 1900) (077-0800)
Location - 525 Highland Ave., South Portland ME 04106
(207-767-2127)
E-mail: [email protected]
(Fax: 207-767-0998)
Web Address: www.spcnazarene.com
Pastor - (4/2/08) Scot Crothers (Cathy), 7 Ole Musket Rd., Scarborough ME 04074
(207-233-7813)
Assoc. Pastor - Cheryl Curlew, 10 Hampton Cir. Scarborough ME 04074
(207-885-5343)
Assoc. Pastor – Andrew Ferreira, 165 Sandy Hill Rd., South Portland ME 04106
(207-699-9142)
Assoc. Pastor / Youth – Tim Owen, 165 Nutter Rd., South Portland ME 04106 (207-210-1820)
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Music Dir.- Todd and Katie Daley, 72 B Street, S. Portland ME. 04106
(207-450-7384)
SDMI Supt.- Sue Sass, 68 Scott Rd., South Portland, ME 04106
(207-773-6393)
NYI Pres. – Doug Smith, 1145 Highland Ave., South Portland, ME 04106
Prime Time Dir. – Ernie Grant, 145 W. Pleasant St., Westbrook, ME 04092
NMI Pres. – Lile Kirkwood, 13 Stoneledge Dr., Portland ME 04102
Church Board Sec. – Brandon Stultz, 23 Trolly Farm Way, Falmouth ME 04105
(207-939-3131)
Church Treas. – Fred Oertel, 18 Stony Creek Rd., Scarborough, ME 04074
Southern Sudan Christian Mission:
(Organized 2006)
(207-885-0010)
(077-0817)
Mail: 15B North St., Westbrook ME 04092
(207-854-1039)
Location: 515 Woodfords St., Portland ME 04102
(207-775-3899)
E-mail: [email protected]
Pastor: (9/19/04) Michael Gatkek (Elizabeth), 15B North St., Portland ME 04103
(207-854-1039)
NMI Pres. – Michael Bolbol, 12 Red Oak Dr., Apt. 2A, S. Portland ME 04106
(207-774-1348)
Church Board Sec. – Khor Bayak Chuil, 27 Reed St., Westbrook ME 04092
(207-766-8165)
Church Treas. – Peter Duer, 159 Grant St., Apt. 11, Portland ME 04101
(207-252-4105)
Stonington:
(Organized 1961) (077-0200)
Location: 58 South Burnt Cove Rd., Stonington ME 04681
(207-367-2271)
Pastor: (4/10/11) Kevin Barrett (Rena), 58 S. Burnt Cove Rd., Stonington ME 04681
(207-367-2271)
Assoc. Pastor: Rena Barrett, 58 S. Burnt Cove Rd., Stonington ME 04681
(207-367-2271)
SS Supt: Diedra Hitchcock 508 Oceanville Rd., Stonington, ME.
(207-367-2541)
Adult Min. Dir.- Randall Mitchell, 275 Burnt Cove Rd. Stonington, ME. 04681 (207-367-2641)
NMI Pres – Judy Mitchell, 275 Burnt Cove Rd. Stonington, ME. 04681
(207-367-2641
Church Board Sec: Diedra Hitchcock, 508 Oceanville Rd., Stonington, ME. 04681
(207-367-2496)
Church Treas. - Janet Nevells, 190 Burnt Cove Rd., Stonington ME 04681
Strong:
(Organized 1952)
Location: 78 North Main Street, Strong ME 04983
(207-367-2308)
(077-0830)
(207-684-3281)
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Mailing Address: P.O. Box 182, Strong ME 04983-0182
E-mail: [email protected]
Pastor: (12/1/02) John M. Evans (Caroline), P.O. Box 182, Strong ME 04983
(207-684-3281)
Assoc. Pastor – Allen W. Hamlin, 1126 Fairbanks Rd., Farmington, ME 04938
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-491-5998)
Youth Pastor – Allen W. Hamlin, 1126 Fairbanks Rd., Farmington, ME 04938
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-778-5202)
NMI Pres. – Caroline E. Evans, P.O. Box 182, Strong ME 04983
(207-684-3281)
Church Board Sec. – Trish Cook, 1100 River Road, Avon, ME 04966
(207-684-3465)
Church Treasurer – Ron Cook, 1100 River Road, Avon, ME 04966
(207-684-3465)
Union:
(Organized 1926)
(077-0840)
Location: 85 Townhouse Road, Union ME
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 62, Union ME 04862
(207-785-5600)
Pastor: (4/25/01) Mark R. Holden (Tara), P.O. Box 62, Union ME 04862
SDMI Supt. – Gloria Nelson, P.O. Box 112, Union ME 04862
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-230-4092)
Children’s Min. Dir. - Hazel Seavey, P.O. Box 374, Washington, ME 04574
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-845-2856)
NMI Pres: Hazel Seavey, P.O. Box 374, Washington, ME 04574
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-845-2856)
Church Board Sec: Gloria Nelson, P.O. Box 112, Union ME 04862
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-542-8093)
Church Treas: Vonda Faxon, 464 Mountain Rd., Wasthington ME 04574
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-845-2054)
Wells The Lighthouse:
(Organized 1958)
(077-0531)
Address: 544 Post Road, Wells ME 04090
(207-641-0603)
E-mail: [email protected]
Pastor – (5/31/09) Edward Beecher (Kelly), P.O. Box 1103, Wells ME 04090
(207-251-4351)
Assoc. Pastor – Kelly Beecher, P.O. Box 1103, Wells ME 04090
(207-251-4351)
NMI Pres. Virginia Barrows, 64 Loop Rd., Wells, ME 04090
(207-641-2477)
Church Board Sec. – TBD
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Church Treas.- , Mark Beaulieu, 101 Mourning Dove Lane, Wells, ME 03090
(207-641-8686)
West Point:
(Organized 1963)
(077-0901)
Location: 252 West Point Road, Phippsburg ME 04562
(207-389-9099)
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 196, Sebasco Estates ME 04565
E-mail:
Co-Pastors: (11/1/10) Thayne and Dorothy Heath, 69 Evergreen Dr. Wells, ME 04090
(207-646-4350)
SS Supt: Madelene Pierce, P.O. Box 134, Sebasco Estates, ME 04565
(207-389-1177)
NMI Pres: David Mullen, 27 Maple St., Phippsburg, ME 04562
(207-443-4788)
W/W Coord. - David Mullen, 27 Maple St., Phippsburg, ME 04562
(207-443-4788)
Church Board Sec: Glenn Gilliam, P.O. Box 217, Sebasco Estates ME 04562
(207-389-1669)
Church Treas: Josephine York, 7 Carrying Place Rd., Phippsburg, ME 04562
(207-389-1148)
Windham:
(Organized 1954)
(077-0930)
Location: 823 Gray Rd., Windham ME 04062
(207-892-4091)
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 385, Windham ME 04062
E-mail: [email protected]
Pastor: (11/17/04) Samuel A. LaCombe (Ann), P.O. Box 385, Windham ME 04062
(207-892-8818)
Music Dir. – Ann LaCombe, P.O. Box 385, Windham ME 04062
(207-892-8818)
Chr. Ed. Min. – Rev. Christina Couch, 88 Bow St., Freeport ME 04032
(207-351-0289)
SDMI Supt. – Rev. Christina Couch, 88 Bow St., Freeport ME 04032
(207-351-0289)
NYI Pres. – James Murray, 43 Fall Ridge Rd., Windham ME 04062
(207-766-6529)
Prime Time Min. Dir. – Kathy Baker, 10 Crockett Rd., Raymond, ME 04071
(207-655-4038)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Dan Couch, 88 Bow St., Freeport ME 04032
(207-351-0289)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Ann LaCombe, P.O. Box 385, Windham ME 04062
(207-892-8818)
NMI Pres. - Helen Hamilton, 1124 Narragansett Trl., Buxton ME 04093
(207-229-8137)
CLT Dir. – Pastor Samuel LaCombe, P.O. Box 385, Windham, ME 04062
(207-892-8818)
Church Board Sec: Kerry Herrick, 20 Laskey Rd., Windham ME 04062
Church Treas: Beth Turner, 122 Forbes Ln., Windham ME 04062
(207-892-8597)
(207-892-9171)
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Wiscasset:
(Organized 1952)
(077-0940)
Location: 255 Gardiner Rd., Wiscasset ME
(207-882-9088)
Pastor – (1/19/03)Wallace E. Staples (Sharon), 117 Dana Mill Rd., Woolwich ME 04579
E-mail: [email protected]
(207-443-8922)
Assoc. Pastor – John LaCombe, 74 Depot St., Waldoboro ME 04572
(207-975-6293)
Music Dir. – John LaCombe, 74 Depot St., Waldoboro ME 04572
(207-975-6293)
Vis. Min.- Wallace Staples 117 Dana Mill Rd., Woolwich, Me. 04579
(207-443-8922)
SDMI Supt. – Beth Grasser, 257 Gardiner Rd., Wiscasset, ME 04578
(207-504-2222)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Arthur and Eneeda Pierce, 38 Theodore Dr., Brunswick ME 04011
(207-443-4181)
Single Adult Min. Dir. – Jeff Crafts, P.O. Box 165, Wiscasset, ME 04578
(207687-2144)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Stephen Rogers, 43 Birchwood Rd., Woolwich ME 04579
(207-443-4164)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Esther Whitmore, 216 Pinkham Brook Rd., Durham ME 04222
(207-353-8778)
NMI Pres. – Ellen James, 38 Shea Rd., Wiscasset ME 04578
(207-882-6657)
Work & Witness Coord. – Jeff Johnson, 15 Gallant Dr., Saco ME 04072
(207-602-6024)
CLT Dir. – Wallace E. Staples, 117 Dana Mill Rd., Woolwich, ME 04579
(207-443-8922)
Church Board Sec: Sharon Rogers, 43 Birchwood Rd., Woolwich ME 04579
(207-443-4164)
Church Treas: Sharon A. Stevens, 25 Hinkley St., Bath, ME 04530
(207-443-4280)
Church-Type Missions
Newport (CTM)
(077-0001)
Location – 82 Hilltop Dr., Corinna, ME 04928
Pastor – (6/24/07) Philip McGlauflin (Becky), 82 Hilltop Dr., Corinna, ME 04928
(207-278-4588)
River of Hope (Bucksport)
(077-0002)
Location: 123 Main St., Bucksport ME 04416
(207-322-3113)
Mail: P.O. Box 225, Bucksport ME 04416
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E-mail: [email protected]
Pastor: (10/3/10) John F. Evans (Cynthia) 20 Sunset Lane, Belfast ME 04915
(207-338-2720)
[email protected]
NMI Pres. – Nola Soper, P. O. Box 577, Bucksport ME 04416
(207-469-3852)
[email protected]
Church Board Sec. – Edith Colson, P.O. Box 577, Bucksport ME 04416
(207-469-3852)
Church Treas. – Jackie Dunbar, 409 Millvale Rd., Bucksport ME 04416
(207-469-2667)
Thomaston-Warren (CTM)
(077-0835)
Location: 264 Beechwood St., Thomaston, ME 04861
Pastor: Lester A. LaCombe (Polly), 264 Beechwood St., Thomaston ME 04861
(207-354-9231)
F. ORDAINED ELDERS
Codes
CHP—Chaplain
PAS—Pastor (including CTMs)
DA—District Assignment
PSV-PT—Pastoral Service, Part-time
PSV-FT – Pastoral Service, Full-time
RA—Retired, Assigned
DS—District Superintendent
RU—Retired, Unassigned
EVR—Evangelist, Registered
STU—Student
EDU—Education
TRF—In Process of Transfer
GA—General Church Assignment
U—Unassigned
1991 RA
Anderson, Roland, 615 Main St., Dixfield ME 04224 (Dixfield)
(207-562-7315)
1978 RA
Anguish, John F., 6D Pejepscot Terr., Brunswick ME 04011 (Brunswick)
(207-725-4953)
1975 EVR
Armstrong, Robert W., P.O. Box 187, Skowhegan ME 04976 (Fairfield)
(207-474-6847)
2001 PAS
Bailey, William Hugh, 66 Oak St., Bath ME 04530 (Lisbon Falls)
(207-443-4304)
1955 RU
Basham, Paul D., 74 Curtisville Rd., Concord NH 03301 (China)
(603-731-6806)
2000 U
Bastien, Paul J., 1154 Main St., Lewiston ME 04240
(207-782-8571)
2008 PAS
Beecher, Edward M., 544 Post Road, Wells ME 04090 (Wells)
(207-641-0603)
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2011 PAS
Bennett, John A., 10 Primrose Lane, Portland ME (Auburn)
(207-329-4807)
2000 PAS
Clark, Reginald S., 33 Grist Mill Rd., Franklin ME 04634 (Ellsworth)
(207-667-9527)
2006 PAS
Coffin, Gloria, 119 Wild Acres Road, Raymond, ME 04071
(207-797-961)
1990 PAS
Crothers, Scot W., 7 Ole Musket Rd., Scarborough, ME 04074 (South Portland)
(207-883-0252)
2009 PSV-FT Curlew, Cheryl, 10 Hampton Cir., Scarborough ME 04074 (S. Portland)
(207-885-5343)
1994 PAS
(207-449-3505)
2011 PAS
Curry, Chris, 41A Collinsbrook Rd., Brunswick, ME 04011 (Brunswick)
DesRosiers, Raymond J., 3600 W. Lakeshore Dr. – 57, Columbia City IN 46725 (Lewiston)
(207-713-6054)
1986 PAS
Dutton, Barry W., 25 Merrymeeting Dr., Topsham ME 04086 (Bath)
(207-729-0052)
1977 RA
Dutton, Kendall W., Sr., 311 Old Bath Rd., Wiscasset, ME 04578 (Great Island)
(207-882-9560)
2011 PAS
Emerson, Shawn, 14 Grove St., Norway ME 04268 (Norway)
1961 RA
Eddy, Gerald C., 43 Hunts Dr., Windham, ME 04062 (Windham)
(207-393-6960)
2005 PSV-PT Evans, Dwaine L., Sr., 41 Wildes Rd., Bowdoinham ME 04008 (Brunswick)
(207-666-3720)
1954 RA
Evans, John C., 3 Chickadee Ave., Jay, ME 04239 (Belfast)
(352-347-2772)
1973 PAS
Evans, John F., 95 Swan Lake Ave., Belfast ME 04915 (Belfast)
(207-338-2720)
2002 PAS
Evans, John Mark, P.O. Box 182, Strong ME 04983 (Strong)
(207-684-3281)
2009 PSV-FT Ferreira, Andrew, 165 Sandy Hill Rd., S. Portland, ME 04106 (S. Portland) (207-699-4192)
2006 U
Giles, Dave
1971 U
Giles, Janice, 1055 Waterville Rd., Skowhegan ME 04976 (Skowhegan)
(207-474-3811)
1963 RA
Green, Donald L., P.O. Box 106, East Vassalboro ME 04935 (China)
(207-923-3655)
2003 PAS
Hale, Brian D., 122 Malbons Mills Rd. Skowhegan ME 04976 (Skowhegan)
(207-474-5839)
1974 RA
2004 RA
Haley, W. Clayton, 237 Phillips Rd., Weld ME 04285
Hawkins, John P., 1 Rankin Street, Apt. 414, Rockland, ME 04841
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(207-743-8172)
(207-593-7931)
2008 PAS
Hayward, Damon, 1465 Union St., Bangor ME 04401 (Bangor)
(207-942-2716)
2010 PAS
Heath, Dorothy, 69 Evergreen Dr., Wells, ME 04090 (Belfast)
(207-646-4350)
2010 PAS
Heath, Thayne, 69 Evergreen Dr., Wells, ME 04090 (Belfast)
(207-646-4350)
1978 RA
Henderson, E. Wallace, 111 Weld St., Dixfield ME 04224 (Dixfield)
(207-562-7828)
1978 RA
Herring, Robert M., 11 Skimmer Lane, Dexter, ME 04930 (Dover-Foxcroft) (207-924-3259)
(207-564-7854)
2008 PAS
Heuring, John 171 Weld Street, Dixfield, ME 04224 (Dixfield)
(207-562-7711)
1994 PAS
Hilton, Harold Brown, 7 Leeds Jct. Rd., Leeds ME 04263 (Leeds)
(207-933-4861)
2006 PAS
Holden, Mark, P.O. Box 62, Union ME 04862 (N. Waldoboro & Union)
(207-785-4294)
1990 U
Jackson, Ronald E., 83 Hancock St., Ellsworth ME 04605 (Ellsworth)
(207-667-2498)
1973 DS
Jones, Cecil A., P.O. Box 130, Gardiner ME 04345 (Sudanese)
(207-626-0031)
1974 PAS
Joyce, Daniel B., 7 School St., Bowdoinham ME 04008 (Bowdoinham)
(207-666-3606)
1973 U
Judkins, William A4 Estes Dr., Freeport ME 04032 (Brunswick)
(207-865-4466)
1996 PAS
Labelle, Ernest, P.O. Box 840, Boothbay Harbor ME 04538
(207-633-0047)
2003 EVC
LaCombe, Charles A., 14 Knox Ridge Ave., Thomaston ME 04861 (Oakland)
(207-342-2889)
2005 PAS
LaCombe, Samuel A. P. O. Box 385, Windham ME 04062 (Windham)
(207-892-4091)
2002 PAS
Larsen, Eric M., 4 Booker Ave., Benton ME 04901 (Fairfield)
(207-453-7436)
2008PAS
Ledoux, James L., 866 Washington Ave., Portland ME 04103 (Portland)
(207-229-3818)
2001 U
LeMoine, Robert, 30 Old Dover Rd., Rochester, NH 03867-3459 (Berwick-New Hope
Community)
2007 PAS
(603-335-2643)
Mason, Charles E., III., 16 Eddies Rd., Greenwood ME 04255 (Bethel)
1996 PAS/EVR
McGlauflin, Philip K., 82 Hilltop Dr., Corinna ME 04928 (Newport)
(207-875-6008)
(207-278-4588)
2005 PSV-FT Merrill, Kimberly, 53 Main St., Richmond ME 04357 (Richmond)
(207-737-8124)
1980 PAS
Merrill, Roger E., 1 Tallman St., Richmond ME 04357 (Richmond)
(207-737-2278)
1974 RA
Milbury, Marvin T., 4 Riverside Rdg., Windham, ME 04062 (Cape Elizabeth)
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(207-935-7363)
2011 PAS
Moore, Karen, P.O. Box 276, Sebago ME 04029 (Sebago)
(207-787-2747)
1993U
Morse, Monica Sharon, 166 Maple St., Farmington ME 04938 (Farmington Falls)
(207-778-2210)
1984 RA
Morse, Samuel A., 166 Maple St., Farmington ME 04938 (Farmington Falls)
(207-778-2210)
1962 RA
Mullen, Walter E., 27 Maple St., Phippsburg ME 04562 (West Point)
(207-443-4788)
2002 PAS
O’Brien, Kevin, 32 Summer Haven Rd., Manchester ME 04351 (Augusta First)
(207-441-8303)
1983 U
Richards, Hoy B., Jr., 10 Pinetree Ln., Lewiston ME 04240 (Auburn)
(207-795-1340)
1957 RA
Rines, Paul W., 105 Berry Rd., Hartford ME 04220 (Livermore Falls)
(207-224-7860)
1970 RA
Sabine, Stanley, Jr., 22 Stanley Blvd., Sabattus ME 04280 (Lisbon Falls)
(207-375-8595)
1987 U
Shaw, David L., 11 Savage St., Medway ME 04460
(207-991-0835)
1981 RA
Shaw, Norman A., P.O. Box 111, Belgrade Lakes ME 04918
(207-215-7520)
2002 U
Smith, Andrew J., 28 Turkey Farm Rd., Standish, ME 04084
(207-642-4764)
1956 RA
Smith, Keith E., 19 Bunker Ave., Fairfield, ME 04937 (Skowhegan)
(207-453-6521)
1946 RA
Stanford, Roland A., Betsy Ross House, 99 Preble St. Apt. 120, S. Portland ME 04106
(Cape Elizabeth)
(207-799-8805)
2003 PAS
Staples, Wallace E., 117 Dana Mill Rd., Woolwich ME 04579 (Wiscasset) (207-443-8922)
2011PAS
Suitter, David P., 808 Rt. 1, Yarmouth ME 04096 (Yarmouth)
1985 U
Therrien, Jeffrey C., P.O. Box 191, Strong ME 04983 (Strong)
1955 RA
Trask, Harry E., 223 High St., Lot 5C, South Paris ME 04281 (Norway)
2003 PAS
Twitchell, Jonathan Kent, 6 Susan Rd., Cape Elizabeth ME 04107 (Cape Elizabeth)
(207-462-8994)
(207-743-7882)
(207-799-9466)
2002 U
Waitley, Arthur E., 44 Douglas Drive, New Gloucester, ME 04260 (Yarmouth)
(207-657-3893)
2008 PAS
2005 PAS
Waller, Richard, 134 Forest Ave., Millinocket ME 04462 (Millinocket)
Williams, Rodney, Sr., P. O. Box 167, Bingham ME 04920 (Bingham)
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(207-723-5584)
(207-672-3690)
1991 CHP/PAS Wish, Kenneth B., 80 Jenkins Rd., Saco ME 04072 (Saco)
(207-571-4225)
1993 PAS
(207-582-5782)
Young, Willis G., 17 Nazarene Way, Gardiner ME 04345 (Gardiner)
G. ORDAINED DEACONS
2006 PSV/PT Couch, Christina, 88 Bow St., Freeport ME 04032 (Brunswick)
(207-926-5230)
2006 RA Porter, Robert, 75 Baltimore West, S. Portland, ME 04106 (S. Portland)
(207-767-7000)
G. LICENSED MINISTERS
2010 PAS
Baker, Dakota, P.O. Box 372, Jay ME 04239 (Livermore Falls)
(207-645-3309)
2011 STU
Baker, Kathy,
2005 PAS
Barnett, Kevin, 58 S. Burnt Cove Rd., Stonington ME 04681 (Stonington) (207-367-2271)
2010 PSV-PT Barnett, Rena, 58 S. Burnt Cove Rd., Stonington ME 04681 (Stonington) (207-367-2271)
2010 PSV-PT Beecher, Kelly, 544 Post Road, Wells ME 04090 (Wells)
(207-641-0603)
2006 PAS Braker, Dale R. 192 Central St., Pittsfield ME 04967 (Pittsfield)
(719-659-0533)
2003 PAS (4) Carr, Rachel, 24 Rochester St., Berwick ME 03901 (Berwick)
(717-659-4513)
2011 PSV-PT Carter, Peter 31 Mill St., Weld ME 04285 (Dixfield)
(207-585-2112)
2008 STU (1) Cobb, James 192 Gore Rd., Bryant Pond ME 04219
(207-665-2615)
2010 PAS DuVall, James514 Main Rd., Burlington ME 04417 (Millinocket)
(207-299-2044)
2004 PAS (2) Gatkek, Michael T., 42 Presumpscot St., Portland ME 04103 (Southern Sudan Christian
Mission)
(207-775-3899)
2005 PSV-PT (1) Gay, David W, 1105 River Rd., Gardiner ME 04345 (Gardiner)
(207-582-4777)
2007 PAS (1) Gonsoir, Veronica, 25 Gonsior Place, Harpswell, ME 04079 (Cundy’s Harbor)
(207-729-1466)
2005 PSV-PT (1) Hamlin, Allen, 1126 Fairbanks Rd. Farmington ME 04938 (Strong)
(207-491-5998)
2010 PAS
(207-487-5517)
Killam, Deborah B., P.O. Box 99, Detroit ME 04929 (River Run [ctm])
2005 PAS (1) LaCombe, Lester A., 264 Beechwood St., Thomaston ME 04861 (Rockland/ Belfast)
(207-354-9231)
2007 PAS (1) Macie, Rudy, 55 Riverside Dr., Mechanic Falls, ME 04256 (Mechanic Falls)
(207-890-0864)
2006 PAS (2) McKay, Todd, 44 Hideaway Acres, Chelsea ME 04330 (Oakland)
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(207-582-2801)
2011 PSV-Pt McLaughlin, Robert, 49 Ossippee St., Sebago ME 04029 (Sebago)
(207-221-3112
2010 PAS
(207-794-4855)
Michaud, Bruce, 44 Lee Rd., Lincoln ME 04457 (Lincoln)
2010 PSV-PT
Mitchell, Gloria, 899 North Palermo Rd., Freedom ME 04941 (River Run)
(207-382-6370)
2010 PSV-FT
Owen, Timothy, 165 Nutter Rd., South Portland ME 04106 (S. Portland)
(207-767-7044)
2008 PSV-PT Perkins, Joyce Elaine, 22 Redington St., Waterville, ME 04901 (Oakland)
(207-692-0543)
2011 PSA-PT Seavey, Hazel L., P.O. Box 374, Washington ME 04574 (Union)
(207-845-2856)
2010 PAS
(207-668-5981)
Smith, David, P.O. Box 115, Jackman ME 04945 (Jackman)
2008 PAS Smith, Gary E., 179 Croswell Rd., Farmingon Falls, ME 04940 (Farmington Falls)
(207-778-2210)
2010 PSV-PT
Stanford, Mark, 219 Old Bath Rd., Brunswick ME 04011 (Gardiner)
(207-725-0811)
2011 PSV-PT
Starks, Joleen C., 119 Dumont Ave., Lewiston ME 04240 (Auburn)
(207-782-6494)
2011 PSV-PT
Stevens, Tony R., 358 Kenduskeag-Levant Rd., #8, Kenduskeag ME 04450 (Bangor)
(207-479-9911)
2010 PSV-PT
Valdez, Juanita, 43 Longley Dr., Harpswell ME 04079 (Cundy’s Harbor) (207-729-9263)
2011 PSV-PT Wallace, Benjamin A. Jr., 8 Gray Hill Road, Harpswell ME 04079 (Bath) (207-373-0914)
2011 PSV-PT Wilkinson, Fawn L., 4 Maple St., Apt. 3, E. Millinocket ME 04430 (Living Hope)
(207-907-8510)
H. REGISTERED EVANGELISTS
1975 EVR Armstrong, Robert W., P.O. Box 115, Skowhegan, ME 04976 (Fairfield)
(207-474-6847)
1996 PAS/EVR McGlauflin, Philip K., 82 Hilltop Dr., Corinna ME 04928 (Pittsfield)
(207-278-4588)
I. REGISTERED SONG EVANGELIST
2001 RA Porter, Robert, 75 Baltimore West, South Portland, ME 04106 (South Portland) (207-767-7000)
J. COMMISSIONED EVANGELIST
2003 EVC
LaCombe, Charles A., 14 Knox Ridge Ave., Thomaston ME 04861 (China Regional)
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(207-354-8797)
K. ELDER SERVING CONNECTIONAL INTEREST
1973 DS
Jones, Cecil A., P.O. Box 130, Gardiner ME 04345 (Dixfield)
(207-626-0031)
L. LAYPERSON SERVING CONNECTIONAL INTEREST
DA Patricia Cook, 1100 River Rd., Avon ME 04966 (Strong)
II. General Information
A. RECEIVED AND RECEIPTED ON TRANSFER
1. Elders
Damon Hayward - Joplin
2. Licensed Ministers
Dale Braker – Colorado
Kevin Barnett – Colorado
Rena Barnett - Colorado
B. GRANTED TRANSFER AND RECEIPTED
1. Elders
Clifton Fournier – West Virginia South
C. ELECTED TO ELDER’S ORDERS
Raymond Desrosiers Jr.
Shawn Emerson
Karen Moore
David Suitter
D. ELDERS ORDERS RECOGNIZED
John A. Bennett – Salvation Army
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(207-684-3465)
E. ELDERS ORDERS REMOVED
Richard Devendorf
(affiliated with another denomination)
F. GRANTED RETIRED STATUS
John Hawkins (Elder)
Robert Porter (EVR)
G. GRANTED MINISTER’S LICENSE
Kathy Baker
Peter Carter
Robert McLaughlin
Hazel Seavey
Joleen Starks
Tony Stevens
H. NEWLY ORGANIZED CHURCH
River Run
I. WHERE TO SEND MONEYS
WORLD EVANGELISM FUND - (Make checks payable to General Treasurer)
- General Treasurer, 17001 Prarie Star Parkway, Lenexa KS 66220
EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE - Church Relations Office, Eastern Nazarene College, 23 East
Elm Ave., Quincy, MA 02170 Payable to: Eastern Nazarene College
DISTRICT MINISTRIES FUND - (Make checks payable to Maine District Church)
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- Trish Cook,1100 River Road, Avon, ME 04966
PENSIONS & BENEFITS FUND - (Make checks payable to General Treasurer)
- General Treasurer, 17001 Prarie Star Parkway, Lenexa KS 66220
DISTRICT NMI FUND, NMI, Fairshare, LINKS, Children’s and teens
(payable to Maine District NMI) Mrs. Fayelene Hawkins, 1 Rankin St., Apt. 414. Rockland ME
04841
SPECIAL MISSION PROJECT – WORK AND WITNESS
Mrs. Fayelene Hawkins, 1 Rankin St., Apt. 414. Rockland ME 04841
LINKS
Mrs. Fayelene Hawkins, 1 Rankin St., Apt. 414. Rockland ME 04841
DISTRICT SUNDAY SCHOOL MINISTRIES FUND –
(Payable to Maine District S.S.)
- Todd McKay, 44 Hideaway Acres, Chelsea ME 04330
DISTRICT NAZARENE YOUTH INTERNATIONAL ALLOCATION
(Payable to Maine District NYI)
- Becky Quimby, 20 Charles St., Auburn ME 04210
L.I.F.E. Club –
(Make checks payable to Maine District Church)
- Donna Young, 6 Nazarene Way, Gardiner, ME 04345
MAINE EDUCATION RESOURCE CENTER (Make checks payable to Maine District Church)
Rev. John Hawkins, 1 Rankin St., Apt. 414. Rockland ME 04841
Special Annual Offerings
NAZARENE BIBLE COLLEGE OFFERING - (received in October)
Nazarene Bible College, 1111 Academy Park Loop, Colorado Springs, CO 80910
NAZARENE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY OFFERING - (received in January)- Nazarene Theological Seminary, 1700 E. Meyer Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64131
Note:
1. Please send all payments in whole dollar amounts.
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2. Please designate on each check exactly what it is for.
III. Plan of Examination
DISTRICT BOARD OF MINISTRY
Chairman— Kenneth Wish, 18 Steeple Dr., Unit 101, Saco ME 04072
(207-571-4225)
Registrar — John F. Evans, 95 Swan Lake Ave., Belfast, ME 04915 (207-338-2720)
ELIGIBILITY
The District Board of Ministry serves ministerial candidates who are properly enrolled in the course of
study. Enrollment is open only to local ministers and district licensed ministers preparing for ordination as
an elder or a deacon and to lay ministers seeking a lay minister’s certificate (Manual 426.1, 427, 428,
408.1, 410; Sourcebook for Ministerial Development [SMD] 438). The Board of Ministry's responsibility
extends to licensees who are enrolled in colleges as well as those enrolled in the directed studies program
and retain their membership on the Maine District.
Formal written requests to have the applicant enrolled into the course of studies must be sent by his/her
pastor to the Board of Ministry Chair and the Director of the Maine Educational Resource Center (MERC).
This must include the date the Local License was issued or the date the Board meeting was held that
recommended the candidate for District License application. (elder and deacon programs require a local
license; the lay certificate requires only a letter from the church).
All new enrollees must provide transcripts of any completed college work to the Board of Ministry
Transcript Secretary and the Board of Ministry Chair.
COURSES
The Board of Ministry oversees the preparation of elder and deacon candidates and administers the lay
certificate program.
Ministers will not be ordained without having completed their respective courses.
MODES OF STUDY
The recommended modes of preparation for full-time Christian service is by attending a Nazarene
liberal arts college or university and advancing to Nazarene Theological Seminary in Kansas City,
Missouri. The Nazarene Bible College in Colorado Springs, CO is an equally acceptable residential
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program to attend. Other modes of preparation include the Maine Education Resource Center (MERC) and
on-line education through Nazarene Bible College (either the degree program or the Ministry Preparation
Program (MPP). Please go to NBC.edu for further information.
MERC offers courses in different locations within the District boundaries. The MERC curriculum is
made up of the Course of Study Advisory Committee (COSAC) approved Modular program of 25 courses.
MERC will offer all of these courses over a 4 year cycle. MERC will also offer Nazarene Bible College
Alliance Courses which are based on the NBC degree curriculum.
The courses required of the college/university students are listed in the SMD 437. All
colleges/university programs must meet these competency statements.
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ALL ENROLLED CANDIDATES
1. Each candidate is instructed to purchase or download the Sourcebook for Ministerial Development
to become familiar the Ministerial Studies process and requirements.
2. All candidates should maintain a full portfolio of their coursework. This will include copies of ALL
paperwork involved in any given course (including the syllabus, class notes, assigned papers, tests, grade
sheets or evaluations as they are given by the instructor). This paperwork will be kept in the order
indicated by the Syllabus for the course.
3. Candidates will be credited for classes (for the District Assembly report) that are completed or in
which they are enrolled (pending final grade) by March 1 for that current Assembly year.
4. Candidates should be prepared to appear for an interview as called upon by the District Board of
Ministry. Places and times will be announced by the Board of Ministry each year.
COLLEGE STUDENTS
College students are responsible to submit to the board documentary evidence of academic standing
(transcripts) in harmony with Manual 426.3 and the SMD 437
College/university students are reminded to plan their curriculum in harmony with Manual 426.3.
Yearly, at least, transcripts should be ordered to be sent to the Chair of the Board of Ministry. . The final
transcript at graduation will be evaluated by the Board of Ministry.
Requirements stated in the current
Manual of the Church of the Nazarene and those particular to the Maine District will not be waived.
TIME LIMITS
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All academic work in the course of study must be completed not later than 10 years after the issuance
of the first district license in order to maintain eligibility for ordination (Manual 429.4; SMD 437.11).
Local ministers and licensed ministers must complete a minimum two and preferably three courses per year
as a minimum to maintain eligibility to hold their licenses (Manual 428.4, 429.3).
WHERE TO GO
1. For information or guidance concerning the course of study, contact the Chair of the Board of
Ministry. (If not enrolled, first contact your pastor.)
2. For textbooks required for MERC classes contact the Nazarene Publishing House through any of the
following means:
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 419527, Kansas City, MO 64141-6527
E-mail Address: [email protected]
Toll-Free Phone Number: 1-800-877-0700
Toll-Free Fax Number: 1-800-849-9827
3. For relevant application forms (for district assembly recognition and renewal), contact the district
secretary, Bill Young, 6 Nazarene Way, Gardiner ME 04345; (207-582-5107; email:
[email protected]
PROCEDURE FOR ISSUING A LOCAL MINISTER’S LICENSE
1.
The local minister’s license is the credential used to enter the elder or deacon track of the Christian
ministry.
2.
The pastor of the local church will download the application form for the candidate(s) and the
interview guide (for the church board members) from the Clergy Development website found at
Nazarene.org and look for Clergy Development.
3.
The application will be filled out by the candidate and presented to the pastor.
4.
The pastor will establish a date and time for the candidate to meet with the Church Board for
interview (using the guidelines provided through Clergy Development).
5.
The Church Board will discuss and vote on the application and inform the candidate immediately
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6.
The pastor or church secretary then can order a Local Minister's License from the Clergy
Development department on their website or by contacting them at the Global Ministry Center in Lenexa
KS
IV. Daily Proceedings
Maine District Church of the Nazarene
51st District Assembly Minutes
Wednesday May 11, 2011 7 PM Session
Reverend Samuel LaCombe opened the assembly with welcome, prayer, and a season of prayer
for Reverend Cecil and Bev Jones. Our District Superintendent, Rev. Jones is out in Ohio at a family
funeral.
The Portland youth praise team led music for this session and they gave glory to God.
Reverend Scott Crothers of the South Portland Church of the Nazarene welcomed the assembly as
the host church and extended encouragement and prayer. We celebrated communion together.
Dr. Eugenio R. Duarte, presiding General Superintendent, called the assembly to order.
Reverend Willis Young, District Secretary, described the organization plan for the 51st Maine
District Assembly year 2011 to 2012. It was moved and seconded and approved to adopt this plan as
proposed.
Rev. Samuel LaCombe was introduced as our Assistant District Superintendent who would serve
as our Maine leader for this assembly while Rev. Jones is away. He gave the annual report for the Maine
District Church of the Nazarene prepared by Rev. Jones. Included in this report were reports from four
new start churches:
Pastor Deb Killam gave a report for River of Hope Church of the Nazarene in Detroit. The work
has been slow but they are called to “keep plugging away.”
Rev. John Evans gave a report for the River Run Church of the Nazarene in Bucksport. After 28
years at the helm of the Belfast Church, Rev. Evans said, “I miss the old but embrace the new.”
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Rev. Jim Ledoux gave a report for the restart of the Portland First Church of the Nazarene.
Speaking of the challenges faced in Portland, Rev. Ledoux said, “I can’t do that. We can’t do that. But He
can.”
Rev. Thayne Heath and Rev. Dottie Heath gave a report for the new start in Sanford. The New
Chance Church of the Nazarene began on April 11, 2011 with 14 people in attendance and a theme of:
“Don’t tell God how big your giants are; tell your giants how big your God is.”
A motion was made and seconded to accept the report of District Superintendent Cecil Jones as
presented by Assistant District Superintendent Samuel LaCombe. Motion carried unanimously.
Rev. Sam LaCombe then presented his report as Assistant District Superintendent. He stressed the
need to be pliable in the hands of the Lord; in the call, in the work, and in the transformation into the
likeness of Christ.
Dr. Duarte gave thanks to Rev. LaCombe, to Rev. Willis Young, and extended his blessing to the
Assembly and closed the session for this evening.
Maine District Church of the Nazarene
51st District Assembly Minutes
Thursday May 12, 2011 8:30 AM Session
Reverend Samuel LaCombe opened the session with welcome and introduced Reverend John F.
Evans who led the assembly in prayer.
Reverend Robert Porter led the assembly in songs of praise.
Reverend Wallace Staples led the assembly in a time of offering and reported that Wednesday
night God blessed Todd and Diane Jones with a love offering of $1501.
Dr. Eugenio Duarte gave a message from the Word of God in Ephesians 5:15, 16 to make the most
of the time and opportunities to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ and be used by God to lead people to
accept Jesus as Savior.
Reverend Kenneth Wish gave partial report number 1 from the Board of Ministry regarding
transfers in and out of the Maine District. It was noted that Rena Barnett will be added into the report as a
transfer into Maine from Colorado. It was moved and seconded and approved to adopt partial report
number one. Reverend Wish gave partial report number two regarding elders for ordination and moved
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adoption of this report and it was seconded and approved for adoption by the assembly. Reverend Wish
gave partial report number three regarding district license renewals and new licenses and registered
evangelist actions and moved the adoption of this report. It was seconded for discussion. Rev. Robert
Porter asked that the report include that he was retiring. It was approved to adopt the report. Partial report
number four regarding continuing education and progress in credentials and partial report number five
regarding budget items for the Maine Educational Resource Center were brought to discussion by Dr.
Duarte. It was moved and seconded to adopt partial report number four and it was approved for adoption
by the assembly. It was moved and seconded to adopt partial report number five and it was approved for
adoption by the assembly.
The report from the District Nominating Committee was presented by Reverend Willis Young,
District Secretary. Partial report number one was read and moved for approval and seconded for
discussion. It was approved for adoption by the assembly. Partial report number two was read and moved
for approval and seconded for discussion. It was approved for adoption by the assembly. Partial report
number three was given by Reverend Willis Young and this is a written voting ballot. It was moved and
seconded to adopt this report and approved by the assembly as the official ballot by the assembly.
Reverend Willis Young called the tellers into action and ballots were distributed, completed, collected and
counted. The report of tellers was read by Reverend Willis Young and Dr. Duarte accepted the voting
results including for the District Board of Ministry Reverend Paul Basham, Reverend John F. Evans,
Reverend Kevin O’Brien, and Reverend Wallace Staples; for Trustee to ENC Dr. Jeff Cook; for District
Camp Programming Board Layperson Pat Clark; for District Advisory Board Elder Eric Larsen; for District
Advisory Board Layperson Kerry Herrick; for Church Health Board Minister Dottie Heath; for Church
Health Board Layperson Jen Suitter; for District Board of Church Properties Minister Reverend Mark
Holden; for District Board of Church Properties Steve Gurney. 173 ballots were cast.
Reverend Samuel LaCombe made introductions of guests of the assembly including General
Superintendant Dr. Eugenio Duarte, Eastern Nazarene College President Dr. Corliss McGee, Eastern
Nazarene College chaplain Reverend Cory McPherson, Maine student enrollment counselor Christa Carta
and also Vice President for Institutional Investment Scott Turcotte. Anne LaCombe presented gifts
including lobster and moose hats and gift baskets to guests of the assembly with help from Donna Young
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and Fawn Wilkenson. The assembly also thanked Reverend Scott Crothers and his wife Kathy from the
South Portland Church of the Nazarene for leading the church family in South Portland for hosting the 51st
Maine District Church of the Nazarene annual District Assembly.
Dr. Corliss McGee reported for our Eastern Regional College, Eastern Nazarene College. ENC is
the educational arm of the USA/Canada Eastern Region and part of God’s plan for ministry and life
working in cooperation with 8 Nazarene districts and hundreds of churches and thousands of Nazarenes.
Dr. Stephen Dillman has started working as our new Director of Church Relations and has hit the ground
running. ENC is providing a gift of an online course through Nazarene Bible College for churches that
paid their ENC budget allocations in full in the past year. Master of Divinity degrees are now offered
through ENC as a new collaborative development to bring theological education to ENC through Nazarene
Theological Seminary. Dr. McGee reported on campus and student life, summer ministry teams, athletic
and performing arts offerings, and academics. The mission of ENC links in vital ways with the ministry
and mission fields in Maine and around the world.
Dr. Cory McPherson presented to Reverend John F.
Evans the annual ENC pastor of the year recognition award.
The Eastern Mission Area director Reverend John F. Evans gave an area report for the churches in
this area including Bangor with Reverend Damon Hayward, Belfast with Interim Pastor Lestor LaCombe,
Bucksport with Reverend John F. Evans, Ellsworth with Reverend Reggie Clark, Detroit with Pastor
Debbie Killam and Stoneington with Pastor Kevin Barrett and Associate Pastor Rena Barrett.
The Central Mission Area director Reverend Kevin O’Brien gave an area report for churches in
the area including Augusta with Reverend Kevin O’Brien, Gardiner with Reverend Willis Young, Leeds
with Reverend Harold Hilton, North Waldoboro with Reverend Mark Holden, Richmond with Reverend
Roger Merrill and Associate Pastor Kim Merrill, China Regional Church with Reverend Ernie LaBelle
absent. Pastor Lester LaCombe is assistant area director and with Rockland Church and Thomaston
mission church.
The Mid Coast Mission Area director Wallace Staples gave an area report for the churches
including Bath with Reverend Barry Dutton, Brunswick with Reverend Chris Curry, Bowdinham with
Reverend Dan Joyce, Cundy’s Harbor with Pastor Veronica Gonsiers, Great Island with Reverend Chris
Curry, Sebasco Estate with Pastor Weston Murphy, West Point with Reverend Thayne Heath and Reverend
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Dottie Heath, and Wiscassett with Reverend Wallace Staples. Pastor Veronica Gonsiers is the assistant
area director.
The North Central Mission area with director Reverend Eric Larsen gave an area report for the
churches including Bingham with Pastor Rodney Williams, Fairfield with Reverend Eric Larsen,
Farmington Falls with Pastor Gary Smith, Fayette Mission Type, Jackman with Pastor David Smith,
Lifeway Community Church in Waterville with Pastor Todd McKay and Associate Pastor Joyce Perkins,
Pittsfield with Pastor Dale Braker, Skowhegan with Reverend Brian Hale, Strong with Reverend John M.
Evans and Associate Pastor Allen Hamlin.
Maine District Church of the Nazarene Treasurer Patricia Cook presented the report of the District
for 2010 to 2011 including the treasurers’ report and balance sheet. It was moved and seconded to adopt
the report of the Treasurer. It was approved by the Assembly to adopt the report.
Reverend Richard Waller, Chairperson of the District Finance Committee presented the proposed
budget for 2011 to 2012. It was moved and seconded and approved to adopt the proposed budget.
Reverend Waller presented District Finance Committee partial report number one to the assembly.
It was moved and seconded to adopt the report. During discussion it was noted that contributions to the
world evangelism fund and ten percent specials including alabaster are deducted from total income to
produce adjusted income. It was noted that during the conventions explanations of the funding the mission
system and calculations for adjusted income and also encouragement for how to utilize funding the mission
as a stewardship resource. The assembly voted to approve the adoption of partial report number one.
Reverend Waller presented partial report number two about ministerial report. The report is the
same as that approved by the 50th Maine District Church of the Nazarene The morning session was closed
in prayer and the assembly instructed to return for business at 2 pm.
Maine District Church of the Nazarene
51st District Assembly Minutes
Thursday May 12, 2011 Afternoon Session
Report from the Southern Mission Area with director Reverend Jim LeDoux and Assistant director
Reverend Samuel LaCombe. Reverend LeDoux also representing the Portland First Church of the
Nazarene, Windham with Reverend Samuel LaCombe, South Portland Church of the Nazarene with
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Reverend Scott Crothers, Cape Elizabeth Church with Reverend Jon Twitchell, Wells Lighthouse Church
of the Nazarene with Pastor Rachel Carr, New Beginnings Church of the Nazarene in Yarmouth with
Pastor David Suitter, Saco Church of the Nazarene with Reverend Kenneth Wish, Sebago Church with
interim Pastor Karen Moore and Southern Sudan Christian Mission with Pastor Michael Getkak.
Report from the Western Mountain Mission Area with assistant area director Reverend Anderson
reporting. Area director Reverent John Heuring is ill and unable to attend. Dixfield Church of the
Nazarene with Associate Pastors Peter Carter and Associate Pastor Andy Anderson. Lewiston Church with
Pastor Ray Deroissers. Norway Church with Pastor Shawn Emerson. Mechanic Falls Church with interim
Pastor Rudy Macie. Livermore Falls Church of the Nazarene with interim Pastor Dakota Baker. Bethel
Church with Reverend Charles Mason. Libson Falls Church with Associate Pastor Joseph Donahue.
Auburn Church with Interim Pastor John Bennett.
The Northern Mission Area report by director Reverend Richard Waller of Millinocket. Lincoln
New Vision Church because Pastor Bruce Michaud was ill. Dover Foxcroft Church with Pastor James
DuVall. East Millinocket Church with Reverend David Shaw.
Reverend Samuel LaCombe presented the Nazarene Bible College annual alumnus of the year
award to Reverend James LeDoux who is now leading the Portland First Church of the Nazarene in
Portland.
Videos were presented regarding Nazarene Foundation, Pension and Benefits.
Reverend Kenneth Wish, Director of the Chaplaincy Ministry, reported on Chaplaincy Ministries.
There are eight men now serving in chaplaincy ministry. Reverend Barry Dutton, Reverend John M.
Evans, Reverend Eric Larsen, Reverend Wallace Staples, Reverend Jon Twitchell, Reverend Kenneth
Wish, Reverend James Cobb, and Reverend Raymond Desrosiers.
Reverend Willis Young reported on the Church Action report, the Church Health Board partial
report number 1, and the report of the Camp Programming Board. Reverend Young moved to adopt all
three reports. It was seconded and approved for adoption by the assembly.
Dr. Duarte gave a blessed report on growth in God’s church around the world through the
International Church of the Nazarene:
2 million members in 156 mission areas
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173,000 + new Nazarenes worldwide
Every 3 minutes God adds a new member to the Nazarene Church
Every 9 minutes God baptizes a new Nazarene
Every 4 minutes a new church of the Nazarene is started
Missionaries serve from 34 countries
Mozambique now has more Nazarenes than any nation other than USA
USA/Canada added an average of 33,000 Nazarenes each year in the past 10 years
663,000 Nazarene members from USA/Canada
USA/Canada is the source for 97 percent of World Evangelism Fund
45.2 million for the World Evangelism Fund
26.8 million to Mission Specials
Rate of Growth Projections by 2030:
5.1 million members (15 percent in USA/Canada)
649 districts (12 percent in USA/Canada)
83,000 churches (6 percent in USA/Canada)
New roles of missionaries and technology
Reverend Willis Young moved that the district journal editing committee finish the meeting
minutes. This was seconded and approved.
Reverend Willis Young moved that the closure of the 51st Maine District Church of the Nazarene
be completed at the end of the ordination service tonight. This motion was seconded and approved for
adoption by the assembly.
Reverend Willis Young encouraged picking up the polo shirts for pastors and full time associates.
Ordination candidates will need to be at the church no later than 6:15 pm tonight.
Maine District Church of the Nazarene
51st District Assembly
May 12, 2011 7 PM Ordination Service
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Assistant Superintendent Reverend Samuel LaCombe welcomed the assembly to the ordination
service and opened us in prayer. Reverend LaCombe then introduced the South Portland Worship Team
that led the assembly in songs to praise the Lord Jesus.
Reverend Wallace Staples led the assembly in prayer and an offering for the assembly.
Reverend Samuel LaCombe presented first District Licenses to Hazel Seavey, Jolene Starks, Tony
Stevens, and
The Maine Ministers Choir directed by Reverend Brian Hale led the assembly in Holiness Unto
the Lord
Reverend Willis Young, Maine District Secretary, led the presentation of the 2011 ordinands
Reverend David Suitter and his wife Jennifer, Reverend Ray Desroisers and his wife Betty, Reverend
Shawn Emerson and his wife Karen, Reverend, Reverend Karen-Renee Moore and his husband Jim, and
Reverend John Bennett and his wife Margaret the assembly.
Dr. Eugenio R. Duarte, Presiding General Superintendent, welcome and congratulated the
ordination candidates and presented them with five final questions to affirm their call and commitment to
serve the Lord Jesus for the rest of their lives.
Reverend James LeDoux, representing the District Advisory Board, gave a reading from the
Nazarene Manuel section 401.1-5.
Reverend Richard Waller gave a reading of Scriptures from Ephesians 4:1-6, 11, and 13 and also
from 1 Peter 5:1-4, 6, 11.
Dr. Duarte offered prayers of consecration for the ordinands.
The Maine Ministers Choir presented songs of praise to the Lord Jesus.
Kathy Crothers presented a special song of praise to the Lord Jesus.
Dr. Duarte gave a sermon message to the ordinands and to the assembly for encouragement of call
and commitment to serving the Lord Jesus as ministers of the Gospel.
Dr. Duarte gave the charge to the ordinands and prayed for each ordinand and spouse. Each new
ordained reverend also had a reverend of their choice offer a prayer for them. Elders of the Maine District
joined in the laying of hands and prayer upon the ordinands and their spouses.
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Reverend Samuel LaCombe gave final instructions and closed the 51st Maine District Assembly
with a procession by the ordinands and a reception in their honor.
V. Reports
A. District Officers
1. District Superintendent
May 11, 2011
Dr. Eugenio Duarte, General Superintendent; Dr. Corlis McGee, Eastern Nazarene College
President; Rev. Corey McPherson, Scott Turcott, and Christa Carter who are each representing ENC; Rev.
Newell and Ann Smith, District Superintendent from Philadelphia District; and members and friends of the
Maine District. I am honored to bring my ninth report to this Assembly.
I am very thankful for Bev’s partnership in Ministry! She has been very busy as Administrative
Assistant and her work has been invaluable. Eight and a half years ago, Bev concluded twenty-seven years
of teaching and school administration in public and Christian schools. During our ministry, Bev has
released eight teaching and school administration assignments so we could go where God was sending us –
From Maine to Oklahoma. Upon accepting the ministry of District Superintendent, we realized both of us
were needed in this assignment, so she started on her new assignment as District Administrative Assistant.
Thank you for your ministry to our District. On May 23rd we will celebrate our 47th wedding anniversary.
We will be hearing from many of our Maine Team members throughout our Assembly. This year,
again, our pastors will report by Mission Areas. Each pastor is asked to keep their report to under a minute.
Please include in your report a goal for this year. Our Mission Area Directors and Assistant Directors have
worked together with me, the churches on their Mission Area, and each other: (Please stand as I call your
names)
Central Mission Area
Kevin O’Brien
Lester LaCombe
Eastern Mission Area
John F. Evans
Mid-Coast Mission Area
Wallace Staples
Veronica Gonsior
North Central Mission Area
Eric Larsen
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Northern Mission Area
Richard Waller
Jim DuVall
Southern Mission Area
James Ledoux
Samuel LaCombe
Western Mountain Mission Area
John Heuring
Andy Anderson
Thank you for your partnership in ministry!
I want to thank David Suitter and the Sunday School & Discipleship Ministries Board for their
work this past year. (Please stand) Sunday School Enrollment averaged a plus 199 over the previous year.
Our Sunday School Attendance averaged a plus 291 over the previous year. Let’s keep up the good work
in Sunday School and Discipleship. This year our District emphasis in Discipleship and Evangelism.
Our Morning Worship took a dip for a minus 66 from the previous year. This is an area of
ministry that we must continue to work on. Our church membership was a minus 93 members from the
previous year. This is another area of concern that we must work on this year. We can do it as each one of
us reaches out to people who need Jesus! This past year, we received 72 new Nazarenes into our churches.
Praise the Lord! The life of the church comes from the new Christians whom God brings to our churches
through you and me.
I want to thank Allen Hamlin, our District NYI President, and our District NYI Council for an
excellent job this year. (Please stand) Their convention, along with the NMI and SDMI Conventions, will
be this Friday and Saturday.
I also want to thank Cheryl Dunning, our District NMI President, who served until January of
2011, John Mark Evans who picked up Cheryl’s mantle as President, NMI Vice-President Hazel Seavey,
and the NMI Council for an excellent job this year. (Please stand)
Our District Advisory Board has worked very well together. Our three Advisory Board Teams
include the following: (Please stand)
1. Spiritual Formation with Jim Ledoux as chairperson and Sandie Kaiser, assistant chairperson.
This past year a prayer summit for men and another for men and women went very well and lives were
changed by God.
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2. Church Health with Sam LaCombe as chairperson and Bonnie Porter, assistant chairperson.
This past year we restef from our Church Health Seminars because or our year of Jubilee. We are now
identifying mentor pastors and mentoring churches. Pastor Sam is our first mentoring pastor and Windham
our first mentoring church to be identified. During the weekend of October 28-30, our District is invited to
the Windham Church to hear God’s amazing story of what He is doing through His people.
3. Stewardship with Richard Waller as Chairperson and Roger Overlock as assistant chairperson.
This past year they have been helping our churches with the new way of Funding the Mission.
Richard Waller is chairman of our Finance Committee. He will be giving his report later in this
Assembly. Thank you Richard for this important ministry.
In the past we have seen our allocations cap lower from 26% of raised for all purposes to 23% and
then to 20% where it has been for the last number of years. Last year we began the following: World
Evangelism Fund – 5.5% of adjusted income
Pensions and Benefits Fund – 2%
ENC Fund – 2.5%
District Ministries Fund – 6%
This is a total of 16% plus NMI, NYI, and SDMI allocations. We are asking each church to send
these funds in each week or at least each month. This gives each church the opportunity to invest in these
ministries regularly throughout the year. Thank you for being part of a team that extends around the world.
I want to thank Bill Young, our District Secretary, and his staff for their excellent ministry to our
District. (Please stand)
I also want to thank Patricia Cook for her outstanding ministry as District Treasurer. (Please
stand)
Our District Team is continuing to expand each year. Every District leader is asked to mentor one
or more assistants. We must continue to give ministry away to those God is asking us to mentor.
During the past year the following pastors have accepted a new assignment on our District. Please
stand with your family as I read your name.
Auburn
John Bennett, Interim Pastor
Bangor
Damon Haywood, Lead Pastor
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Belfast
Lester LaCombe, Interim Pastor
Bucksport
John F. Evans, New Start Pastor
Dover-Foxcroft
Jim Duvall, Lead Pastor
East Millinocket
David Shaw, Lead Pastor
Pittsfield
Dale Braker, Lead Pastor
Portland
Jim Ledoux, Lead Pastor
Sanford
Thayne and Dorothy Heath, New Start
Pastors
Sebago
Karen Moore, Interim Pastor
Sebasco Estates
Weston Murphy, Interim Pastor
Stonington
Kevin Barrett, Lead Pastor
West Point
Thayne and Dorothy Heath, Interim Pastors
This year we are emphasizing our four New Start Churches.
First, Deb Killam, our founding New Start Pastor is coming the share about River Run Church of
the Nazarene, located in Detroit ME. River Run will be organized at this assembly! Deb, please come and
share God’s story in Detroit.
Second, our New Start, River of Hope, in Bucksport with the founding pastor, John F. Evans.
John, please come and share with our assembly God’s story in Bucksport.
Third, Jim Ledoux is the lead pastor of our New Start in Portland. Jim, please come and share
God’s story in Portland.
Fourth, Thayne and Dorothy Heath, founding pastors of our New Start work in Sanford. Please
come and share God’s story in Sanford.
I would like this Assembly to pray for these churches. In addition, I would like to have Richard
Waller represent Caribou and other churches that will be started in Aroostook County.
Let’s prepare for prayer.
This concludes my report to our Maine District Church of the Nazarene; fifty-first District
Assembly.
Respectfully submitted,
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Cecil A. Jones, District Superintendent
2. District NMI President
Nazarene Missions International President’s Report – 2010-2011
Dear friends and family in Christ, members of the District Assembly, NMI, NYI and SDMI
conventions:
First of all I would like to praise our wonderful Lord for what He continues to do in the hearts and
lives of His children. A very special thanks to the NMI council on our Maine District for their patience,
support and help this past spring as we re-structured our leadership.
Special thanks go to Cheryl Dunning for leaving such a wonderful legacy of missions and for
sharing her passion and heart on the Maine District. Your love for others through missions will always be a
part of the “Maine story”.
This has been a year of challenge and change, those two “c” words that most Mainers hate! Yet it
is through those things that God molds us into HIS image. It is taking that step of faith onto the staircase,
even when you cannot see where that step may lead.
Some of our greatest challenges this year have been the World Evangelism Fund and the new way
we are “Funding the Mission” and let’s not forget the new “Living Missions” education material! But there
is no challenge too great for our Lord. As stated in a popular video, “That’s My Jesus”! Thank you to all
the churches that chose to rise above their circumstances to meet this challenge and persevered “to give
generously out of their poverty”.
Without your faith and commitment, more of our missionaries would have been
decommissioned and brought back from the mission fields. You are the hands and feet of Jesus to a lost and
dying world. THANK YOU!
Among this year’s highlights were the Work and Witness Trip to Haiti in September and the
Children’s Jamboree in March with our special guests, Stephen and Irene Rieder. The Rieders really
showed just how creative one can be in sharing the gospel in areas where it is not easy to do so.
With the tragedies in Haiti last January to the earthquake this year in Japan, it is easy to see the
signs of the times and how vital it is to pray for and reach out to our world like never before. But out of
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tragedy there is light and through Crisis Care Kits many were helped with the very basics of life and the
hope of Christ.
In June at Family Camp, D. Michael Henderson will be our guest speaker. He works in Africa
training disciples. What a chance to learn more about becoming a disciple of Jesus and how to reach out to
others “One Conversation at a Time”.
This summer Rev. Dave Giles (former pastor of our Fairfield Church) and his wife Mary Beth will
be available for services on our District in order to raise funds for their return to the mission field in the
country of Georgia. Then in October, missionaries will be here from Ecuador. You can be a part of this
exciting work across the globe. Don’t miss your opportunity!!! You too can have a missionary at your
church.
This next year is exciting indeed and I can hardly wait to see just what the Lord has in
store for missions and for you. I know that His love is truly the “tie that binds” us all together.
Missions is His MISSION. Is was and is at the very heart of Christ and His church. Missions is
both here AND there. We cannot forget our neighbors next door nor our brothers and sisters across the
world. How will we meet the challenge in our churches, neighborhoods and our world? Please join together
in prayer, discipleship, education and giving to reach a hurting world with the hope that can only be found
in Christ. Share His love through your story.
In the Love of Christ and for His mission,
Hazel L. Seavey
Isaiah 49:6b-“… I will also make You a light of the nations, so that My salvation may reach to the end of
the earth." NASB
3. District NYI President
Hello to all those who are reading this. I want to tell you how God has changed and blessed the
Maine District NYI and also let you know that we are looking forward to an exciting year. This past year
has been full of blessing after blessing. In the midst of change, we continue that work to which God has
called us here in the NYI and that is ministering to your that we meet. Our camps were filled with fun,
from the surprise all-you-can-eat Chinese food stop of summer camp to the sledding at snow camp. All
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throughout those times we have seen God work in the lives of our teens and adults and have had the chance
to share the grace and love othat God has offered to us. I wish we had more time in the year so we could
spend it worshiping the Lord together through all the activities that we have here on our District. We have
had the support of Eastern Nazarene College and our new enrollment counselor, Christa Carter. She is here
somewhere at Convention, so stop and say “Hi!”
This year will be an exciting one for us: we will have two teen camps, NYC, Fall Retreat, FOL,
snow camps, Tube-a-palozza and many more events that I have not listed. Do not worry though; in all
these events, God seems to be just blessing us more and more each time. I thank all of you who have
supported us over the years and hope to see you around at some of these opportunities to be involved.
Please continue to pray for us as this year goes on and especially for those who will be involved in this
year’s NYC in Louisville KY. Please continue to visit us at our events throughout the year and check out
www.mainenyi.com to see what is coming up or might be near you.
4. District SDMI
Annual Report 2010-2011
Maine District SDMI Chairperson’s Report
May 13, 2011
To the Saints of the Maine District Church of the Nazarene;
Greetings in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!
This past year I was appointed by our District Superintendent, Rev. Cecil Jones, to complete the
term of Rev. Dick Devendorf as SDMI Chairperson. I have been fortunate to serve with such a dedicated
and passionate council. I would like to thank them for their hard work this past year. I would also like to
express my appreciation to Amy Lane who has been our Treasurer this past year. Amy has been a great
help during a year of transition. Amy finished her term and felt it was time for someone else to take on that
responsibility, and so we say “Thank You.”
We have recently had some new additions to our SDMI council. Todd McKay has been appointed
as our new Treasurer and Andrew Ferreira has been appointed as the new Adult Ministries Director.
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I would like to thank Faith McLeish for her work in gathering our statistics. I would also like to
thank our churches for cooperating with her. Those numbers you call in every month represent people
who are being discipled; and that is what Jesus has asked us to do.
It was Jesus himself who called us to go and make disciples. Making disciples is the never ending
mission of every one of our churches. I believe we are all called to teach and model the Gospel to men,
women and children until they find salvation in Jesus Christ. I believe we are also called to teach and
model the Gospel until men, women, and children are sanctified wholly in Jesus Christ. I believe we are
yet still called to teach and model the Gospel until men, women, and children are glorified (gone to heaven)
in Jesus Christ. Discipleship is a lifelong process of helping each other be fully formed into the image of
Jesus. The role of the Maine District SDMI is to help and equip you to grow in your ability to do just that.
The 3 main things we are working on are:
1.
To better equip the local churches to make disciples through training.
2.
To host inspiring opportunities for discipleship.
3.
To build supportive relationships between our churches. Iron sharpens Iron.
It is my desire to see our Maine District SDMI council be your partner in reaching your neighbors with
the Good News of Jesus Christ. Your SDMI council is here to serve you. If you see a need for something
on our district that falls within our realm of ministry, please bring it to my attention.
Respectfully Submitted,
Rev. David Suitter
SMDI Chairperson
B. DISTRICT BOARDS AND STANDING COMMITTEES
1. District Advisory Board
Annual Report
2010-2011
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The District Advisory Board District Advisory Board members include Bonnie Porter, Sandie Kaiser,
Roger Overlock, Rev. Cecil Jones, Rev. Samuel LaCombe, Rev. Jim LeDoux, and Rev. Richard Waller.
Richard Waller was appointed as Secretary.
The District Advisory Board has met for regularly scheduled and specially called
meetings during the year to discuss the needs and concerns of the district. Time was spent in prayer for the
district, seeking the Holy Spirit’s guidance and direction, teaching holiness, and helping make Christ like
churches in Maine.
The District Superintendent has kept the Board apprised of all pertinent matters
pertaining to the churches and the pastors. The Board has discussed the financial and property concerns of
the district. Approval was given for exceeding budgeted line items of the District Ministries Fund. The
Board discussed the compensation package of the District Superintendent and made recommendations for
changes to the District Finance Committee. The allocations percentages to fund the various district
ministries were analyzed and recommended to the District Finance Committee.
Approved the sale of the Portland First Church property and the Berwick Church property.
The Board received the report of Ron Beaulieu and Company, certified public
accountants, regarding all treasurer’s reports of the district for the period ending March 31, 2010. The
report stated that, “Based on our review we are not aware of any material modifications that should be
made to the accompanying financial statements in order for them to be in conformity with the modified
cash basis of accounting.”
Approved compensation of Rev. Samuel LaCombe as Assistant District Superintendent effective October
2010.
Received the removed ordination credential for Richard A. Devendorf, since he has united with the
membership and ministry of another denomination (Manual 435.10).
Transfers received into the Maine District for credentials:
Pastor Dale R. Braker into Pittsfield Church of the Nazarene as Senior Pastor from the Colorado District in
December 2010.
Rev. Damon Hayward into Bangor First Church of the Nazarene as Senior Pastor from the Kansas District
in January 2011.
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Pastor Kevin D. Barrett into Stonington Church of the Nazarene as Senior Pastor from the Colorado
District in April 2011.
Associate Pastor Rena S. Barrett into Stonington Church of the Nazarene from the Colorado District.
The District Advisory Board approved the restart of the Portland First Church of the Nazarene with Rev.
James Ledoux, approved the new start River of Hope Church of the Nazarene in Bucksport with Rev. John
F. Evans, recognized the official acceptance of the River Run Church of the Nazarene in Detroit as an
organized church by the International Church of the Nazarene, and approved the new start of the Sanford
Church of the Nazarene. The District Advisory approved a name change from the Yarmouth Church of the
Nazarene to New Beginnings Church of the Nazarene.
Respectfully submitted,
Rev. Richard Waller, Secretary
2. District Board of Ministry
CENTER FOR CREDENTIALING
Partial Report #1
We the Board of Ministry recommend that:
1.
The following transfers be granted:
Elders –
District Licensed --
2.
The following transfers be received:
Elders – Damon Hayward - Joplin
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District Licensed - Dale Braker - Colorado
Kevin Barrett - Colorado
Rena Barrett – Colorado
Partial Report #2
We the Board of Ministry recommend that:
1.
The following be elected to the office of Elder in the Church of the Nazarene: Raymond
Desrosiers, Shawn Emerson, Karen Moore, David Suitter.
2.
The following credentials of the following be received: John Bennett – from the Salvation Army.
Partial Report #3
We the Board of Ministry recommend that:
1.
The following be granted a renewal of District Minister's license: Dakota Baker, Kelly Beecher,
Rachael Carr, James Cobb, Joe Donahue, James DuVall, Michael Gatkek, David Gay, Veronica
Gonsior, Galen (Pete) Griffin, Allen Hamlin, Debbie Killam, Lester (Joe) LaCombe, Rudy Macie,
Todd McKay, Bruce Michaud, Gloria Mitchell, Timothy Owen, Joyce Perkins, David Smith, Gary
Smith, Mark Stanford, Jaunita Valdez, Ben Wallace, Fawn Wilkinson.
2.
Renewal of the following Registered Evangelists: Robert W. Armstrong, Philip K. McGlauflin
3.
Renewal of the following Commissioned Evangelist: Charles A. LaCombe
4.
Renewal of the following Registered Song Evangelist: Robert B. Porter
5.
The following be granted a new District Minister's license: Kathy Baker, Peter Carter, Robert
McLaughlin, Hazel Seavey, Joleen Starks, Tony Stevens.
Partial Report #4
Center for Preparation and Continuing Education
(Maine Educational Resource Center)
The Maine Educational Resource Center Board recommends the following:
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That the following students be graduated from Course of Study:
Karen Moore-Libby; Shawn Emerson; Ray Desrosiers; David Suitter; Todd McKay; Allen Hamlin; Lisa
Lacombe
That the following students be recognized at Level 4:
David Gay; Lester “Joe” Lacombe; Kathy Baker; Fawn Wilkinson; Linda Ferreira; Darren Joyce; Joe
Donahue
That the following students be recognized at Level 3:
Debbie Killam; Mark Stanford; Juanita Valdez; Veronica Gonsior; Kelly Beecher; Gary Smith; Joyce
Perkins; Gloria Mitchell; Rudy Macie; Mary Sharon Padgett; Robert McLaughlin;; Ben Wallace;Dakota
Baker;
That the following students be recognized at Level 2:
Mike Gatkek; Tim Hoyt; James Duval; Tim Owen; Hazel Seavey; Peter Carter; Dave Smith; Tina Clifford;
Joseph Donahue; Lelah Villalpando; William Muncey;; Judith Richardson; Joleen Starks; James Cobb
That the following students be recognized at Level 1:
Dave Patterson; Wes Murphy; John Lacombe; Jeff Craft; Robert Whitmore; Bruce Michaud; Debbie
Phillips; Aaron Huges; Chris Rogers; Kevin Driscoll; Jim Tabone; Sue Clouiter; Kathy Dessureau; Ann
Foss; Lee Fontenot; John Ali Kamhai; Paul Hodges; Fred Merrill; David Patterson; Carol Thompson;
Robert Thompson; Marie Tibbitts; Adam Villalpando; Karen Anderson; Todd Newcomb;
That the following students be recognized in process for Lay Minister training:
Joseph Gilpatrick; Dawn Sabins; Miranda Silver;
That the following be recognized as inactive:
Patsy Hagerman; Mike Heath; Paulie Heath; Sean Murphy; Shawn Pacheco; Kenneth Driscoll
That the following be recognized as transferred:
Jay Wilson (Philadelphia District); Vanessa Tilton (Indianapolis); Bruce Barnard (Metro New York)
That the following be dropped from the Course of Study:
Clarence L. Munsey (aligned with another denomination)
Respectfully Submitted,
Eric M. Larsen, Records
Kenneth B. Wish, Director
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Partial Report #5
The MAINE EDUCATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER (MERC)
The Maine Educational Resource Center provides educational opportunities for persons preparing for
Christian service and who are seeking ordination in the Church of the Nazarene. MERC, which is
sponsored by the Maine District Board of Ministry, also gives to ordained and licensed ministers ways to
earn Continuing Education Units.
The MERC courses are scheduled in a three year cycle, which can be adjusted to meet the needs of the
students. Consideration is given to hold courses in the various southern, central and northern geographic
areas of the state.
All the courses are on two levels. The first level is called Modular Course of Study which prepares a
person for ordination in the Church of the Nazarene. The second level is called Alliance, which not only
prepares a person for ordination but also gives Nazarene Bible College credit to the student. The instructors
of the Alliance level courses must be approved by the Nazarene Bible College.
The tuition for a modular course is $100.00 and the tuition for a NBC Alliance course is $150.00. The
tuition to take a course for Continuing Education Units or for personal enrichment is $50.00. A text book is
required for each course. The honorarium for instructors is based on $30 per student, with a minimum of
$150.00 per course.
Up-to-date information about MERC can be found on our Maine District website, mainenaz.com, by
clicking on MERC/ministerial studies. Web Master, Gary Smith, can be contacted at 778-2210 or E-mail:
[email protected]
A MERC Spring Gathering was held on April 9, 2011, at the China Lake Conference Center when our
keynote speaker was Rev. Kenneth Stanford, the new District Superintendent of the New England District.
A total of 60 persons attended. Jim Labone prepared and served the lunch. Rev. Gerald Eddy is our MERC
chaplain.
Expenditures:
Postage
$300
Travel and Meeting expense
2,600
Promotional
250
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Materials and Supplies
600
Scholarships
500
Instructors’ Honorariums
4,600
Director’s Stipend
150
Total
$9,000
Although we are not soliciting an offering for MERC from our churches this year, individuals are
welcomed to make contributions to MERC.
Respectfully Submitted, Paul Basham
Partial Report #6
CENTER FOR MINISTRY DEVELOPMENT
Report of the Ministry Development Weekend 2010
This years Ministry Development weekend was held September 24-26, 2010 at the China Lake Conference
Center. 12 candidates and their spouses attended: 7 First Time District Licensees and 5 Ordination invitees.
The weekend included interviews with the assessment teams in the areas of Spiritual Formation, Praxis,
Spiritual Gifts, DISC personality and Pastoral Perceiver. There were a number of special sessions for the
candidates, as well as for their spouses. This program continues to be an excellent tool for the preparation
of, and assistance to, those in our district who have sensed Gods call on their lives into the Christian
Ministry. Many thanks to the entire faculty who served exceptionally well, and whose work extended into
the late hours of the night in order to provide adequate feedback to the candidates in their exit interviews.
The 2011 Ministry Development Weekend will be held once again at the China Lake Conference Center
September 16, 17 and 18.
In Service to the King Always
Rev. Mark R. Holden, MDW Director
3. Camp Program Board
Recommendations
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A. We are thankful for God’s blessing upon the total ministry of our summer camps, and we are
confident that all persons and churches have received spiritual dividends in proportion to their participation
and support.
B. The direction of the camping program for the Maine District Church of the Nazarene is set forth
in the adopted statement of purpose, namely:
Mission
“To provide extended and intensive opportunities for people of all ages to develop a holiness lifestyle
through worship, evangelism, discipleship, fellowship and service..
Goals
1. To awaken, develop, and nurture a full relationship with Jesus Christ.
2. To create an atmosphere that will allow an individual and/or individuals to sense God’s presence,
hear God’s voice, and answer God’s call.
3. To develop an awareness of our extended Christian community.
4. To develop a Christ-centered lifestyle.
5. To foster Christian interpersonal relationships.
C. We, your Camp Program Board, recommend that:
1. The district departments of youth and Sunday School Ministries continue to cooperate in the total
camp ministry to children and youth..
2. Because the camping program is vital for role modeling the holiness lifestyle, all pastors and/or
spouses, along with other laypersons of the local churches, give consideration to volunteering as a camp
counselor for one of the weeks of summer camp.
3. Churches provide a Sunday to promote Camp by the first Sunday after Easter
4. That local churches make plans to cancel their evening services and encourage their people to
attend the services of Family Camp Meeting.
5. Each church sponsor at least one child to attend camp from the church or community.
Respectfully submitted
Cecil Jones, Chairman
4. Church Health Board
Partial Report #1
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Partial Report #1
The Church Health Board did not have any sponsored teachings this year. We were observing our
year of Jubilee. This year’s event will be held on October 28-30, 2011 at our Windham Church. Every
church is asked to participate!
Partial Report #2
We, recommend that each church, pastor and member would make every effort to accomplish the
following:
1. That each local church would continue to reach your faith projection goals in the area of church
membership, Sunday School attendance, worship attendance and New Start Churches.
a. That these faith projection goals would be from now to 2013.
b. That the goals would include how many new groups, classes, worship services, parking places, etc.
would be required to meet the faith goals.
2. That each local church develop a plan to identify, reach, and win new people.
a. That these plans include a variety of methods based upon the strengths and context of each local
church.
b. That our holiness distinctive be emphasized by preaching, revivals, Bible studies, and Sunday School
curriculum, as part of these plans.
c. That personal evangelism training be a part of our faith goals.
d. To effectively incorporate the people into the life of the church through discipleship mentoring
leading to involvement in ministry.
3. That all prospective members attend membership classes in which our core beliefs and distinctive are
shared before they are brought into membership of the local church, as required by the Manual (par. 107.1)
4. That each local church identify a target area or areas for a New Start church, satellite, mission, or care
group that they can sponsor or help to sponsor during this year and by 2009, recognizing that New Starts
are statistically the best way to build the kingdom.
5. That this report be distributed and read to our church boards following the District Assembly.
6. That each local church participate in the process of Church .
Respectfully Submitted,
Cecil Jones, Chairman
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5. District Church Properties Board
2010-2013
We recommend that:
1. All church officials should carefully examine and, as appropriate, comply with Manual 103-104.2,
235-235.4 and 902.2 prior to entering any new project which would include any or all of the following: (a)
entering into any lease agreement pertaining to real property or undertaking any purchase or sale of real
property: (b) beginning any program for new construction, expansion, remodeling or major improvements:
or (c) incurring any indebtedness (whether or not secured by a mortgage or lien) which would in any way
encumber the church, church property, or church members.
2. The district superintendent’s written approval be required for any project whose total cost can be
reasonably expected to exceed $5,000, including incurring or extending debt.
3. The district superintendent be authorized to approve, without consulting with the District Church
Properties Board, any project or debt whose total cost can be reasonably expected to not exceed $45,000.
4. No project be started, unless pre-approved by the district superintendent or the District Church
Properties Board. No project-related expenditure in excess of $5,000?? may be made prior to receiving
project approval from the district superintendent and/or the District Church Properties Board.
5. Any local church planning any program for new construction, expansion, remodeling or major
improvements, apply for and gain state and local enforcement authorization prior to beginning the project.
6. Any project whose total cost can be reasonably expected to exceed $15,000 shall be subject to
approval by the District Church Properties Board. The local church pastor and church board shall meet and
consult with the district superintendent and the District Church Properties Board in the early stages of
planning for the project. The District Church Properties Board may select a qualified consultant to review
proposed plans with the local church pastor and church board.
7. Churches contemplating building programs be required to obtain and follow the Church Building
Source Book II and Thirty Steps in Building Program, available through the Nazarene Publishing House,
Box 449527, Kansas City, MO 64144.
8. No new church building shall be approved unless plans include provision for the minimum physical
accessibility for the physically/mobility impaired worshiper
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9. Local church boards consider provision for the hearing impaired as funds are available.
10. Local church boards annually consider the accessibility for the physically and mobility impaired to
their church buildings: Sunday School rooms, platforms, and when found deficient, that a goal be set to
modify their facilities in accordance with current codes as funds are available.
11. In the event of oil spills, toxic waste deposits found or other contaminates that occur on churchowned lands and/or in buildings, the church board take the appropriate steps of checking with the
environmental agency in their area to follow proper clean up procedures immediately.
12. That this report be distributed and read to our church boards following the district assembly.
13. That this report stand approved for the 2010-2013 quadrennium.
Respectfully submitted,
CECIL A JONES, Chairman
6. Christian Action Committee
We, your Committee on Christian Action, deplore the continual degeneration of the moral values of our
society. It is our conviction that the only truly effective solution to the moral issues of our day is found in
the gospel of Jesus Christ. We especially recognize the necessity of experiencing entire sanctification for
the Christian to be able to live the holy life in any society. We urge our people to be active in taking a stand
for God’s ideal of human life and to confront the social evils of our day. We, therefore submit the following
recommendations:
1. That we follow the biblical principals of holy living, no longer conformed to the pattern of this
world, but having our lives transformed to reflect the image of Christ. Romans 12:1-2
2. That we rededicate ourselves to the avoidance of evil and the positive practice of our Christian
witness as outlined in the Covenant of Christian Character and the Covenant of Christian Conduct in the
Manual of the Church of the Nazarene.
3. That we endorse the Christian Civic League of Maine, Focus on the Family, American Family
Association, the Right to Life Movement, Family Research Council, Jeremiah Project, Alliance Defense
Fund, Concerned Women of Americaand other groups which endeavor to guide Maine and America to
paths of scriptural morality and righteousness.
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4. That we as individuals express appreciation to elected officials, media organizations, and anyone else
who upholds Judeo/Christian ethics. In those cases where we find ourselves in direct opposition to a stance
taken by one of the above, we recommend that we lovingly and politely express our strong disapproval of
their stance. In these cases, we should make the issue known to the congregation and then supply names,
addresses, e-mail addresses and telephone numbers of those officials.
5. That our churches develop an educational program to alert our children and youth to the subtle,
sensual, satanic forces that are seeking to enslave them in a multimillion dollar empire of illicit sex, drugs,
and merchandising.
6. That we encourage our people to become involved in the local educational systems in order to bring
a Christian influence to bear on decisions which impact our children’s understanding of right and wrong.
7. That we, as a people, actively oppose all forms of abortion (whether it is early, middle, late, or
partial-birth). That we further encourage those who have an unwanted pregnancy to come under the
umbrella of our ministry, and that they avail themselves of the many opportunities of adoption through
Christian agencies.
8. That we, as a people, actively oppose all forms of euthanasia. We affirm that lives that are seen as
imperfecdt, immature or inconvenient in any stage still mirror the image of God.
9. That we view marriage as between one man and one woman. Further that we oppose all attempts to
normalize homosexuality. We are to hate the sin, but we are to love the individual, and lead them to Jesus
by any means possible. We encourage the people in our churches to vote with this in mind.
10. That we view marriage as permanent; that we, as a people, encourage our people to seek counseling
from clergy or professional Christian counselors to reestablish marital harmony. We encourage Marriage
Enrichment and Family Life Seminars.
11. That we encourage all of our parents to take an active role in the training of their children in sex
education. This would include teaching on the dangers of premarital and extramarital sex and emphasize
abstinence before marriage and affirming abstinence until marriage.
12. That we oppose all forms of pornography. With the explosion of pornography on the Internet, we
encourage all parents to put parental blocks in place and monitor all activities of the children and youth
under our care.
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13. That we urge our people to refrain from the purchase or rental of Hollywood-type movies, cable
channels, and entertainments of a sensual, suggestive or violent nature.
14. That we urge our people to strongly oppose all forms of gambling, including state lotteries, through
voting against such measures and by contacting their state legislators.
14. That we speak strongly for abstinence in the area of premarital or extramarital sex, drugs, alcohol,
and other abuses of chemicals and medications.
It is our responsibility as Christians in the Wesleyan tradition to make a positive difference on our
culture. Jesus said in Matthew 25:40-43, we have a responsibility for those who are hungry, thirsty,
homeless, sick, and in prison. We suggest that churches make these things a part of our regular ministry.
We recommend this entire report, along with Manual paragraphs 34.1 to 34.6 and 37 be distributed
and/or read publicly in each of our churches.
Respectfully submitted,
CECIL JONES, Chairman
7. District Chaplaincy Coordinator
Maine District Assembly 2011
South Portland Church of the Nazarene
District Chaplaincy Coordinator’s Report
The chaplains serving on behalf of the Maine District Church of the Nazarene are grateful for the
continued blessing of being involved in a great District. Maine Nazarenes continue to prayerfully,
administratively, and affirmingly support 7 Chaplains who are called to ministry outside of the church
walls. Let me introduce you to those 7 chaplains:
1.
Rev. Barry Dutton our pastor at the Bath Church of the Nazarene and as the Wing Chaplain with
the Civil Air Patrol Augusta based Wing of CAP (as Wing Chaplain he oversees the spiritual care
of 12 squadrons);
2.
Rev. John Mark Evans our pastor in Strong and works with the Strong Fire Department as
Chaplain;
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3.
Rev. Eric Larsen who is now our pastor in Fairfield had been serving in Auburn. In Auburn he
also provided chaplaincy ministry to the Central Maine Medical Center, providing on-call
coverage for their Spiritual Care Department.
4.
Rev. Wallace Staples our pastor in the Wiscasset Church and as the full time chaplain at the Two
Bridges Regional Jail serving Lincoln and Sagadahoc Counties;
5.
Rev. Jonathon Twitchell our pastor in Cape Elizabeth and serves as a regular minister for Hobbs
Funeral Home in South Portland and Scarborough. He provides memorial and funeral services for
families who are without their own pastor.
6.
Rev. Kenneth Wish, serving currently as Interim Pastor at Saco Church and is the Protestant
Chaplain at Mercy Hospital in Portland;
7.
Rev. James Cobb who is in Bethel Church and is providing chaplaincy services to the Veteran’s
Home there;
8.
Rev. Ray Desrosiers who has been leading the restart work at the Lewiston Church and continues
to provide chaplaincy coverage for nursing homes.
Of these we have 3 chaplains who have been officially endorsed by the General Church of the
Nazarene and one who is a Board Certified Chaplain through the Association of Professional Chaplains. In
addition to these who are already serving we also have 2-3 others who are exploring their own call and
determining whether or not a chaplaincy ministry is what God has in mind for them.
Chaplain Dwight Jennings, our denominational Chaplaincy Consultant has written a handbook for
Chaplaincy in the Church of the Nazarene. I would like to share with you a couple of excerpts from his
writing:
Nazarene Chaplains are making an impact on societies throughout the entire world. They can be
found in the areas of the military, business, corrections, hospitals, hospice, law enforcement, fire
departments, Civil Air Patrol, and college campuses, just to name a few.
Just as the Apostle Paul, they go out into society to hurting and needy people who search for meaning
and purpose in life. The world is truly the chaplain’s parish. Virtually every sector of society is served by
the presence of a chaplain. As agents of God’s grace, chaplains make contact with people in need. They
are missionaries who go where others can seldom go.
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Church of the Nazarene chaplains work in a multi-cultural/pluralistic environment. As such, they
provide and perform ministry to persons representing a variety of faith traditions.
Chaplains bring salt and light to a bland and dark world. They seize opportunities to listen to
hurting people, turning moments of desperation into times of hope and light. They are there when people
need them. Often at great hardship and risk, they point people in crisis to Christ. They demonstrate God’s
love in action. They are spiritual leaders, counselors, and friends to those they serve.
The Nazarene Church Manual clearly identifies the character, conduct, roles, and responsibilities of
its ministers. Nazarene chaplains perform ministry in accordance with the Manual of the Church of the
Nazarene.
To share with you how effective your chaplains in Maine are you are invited to hear the collective
numbers that are reported to the Clergy Development at the Global Ministry Center in Lenexa, KS
Pastoral Contacts – More than 9,800 people have had contact with a Nazarene chaplain who works
in Jesus’ Name (This number is a little more than the population of the Town of Wells according
to data from the 2010 Census).
Professions of Faith – 496 (this is more than the population of the home town of our District
Superintendent – Weld also 2010 Census data);
Number of people receiving communion – approx. 10
Number of people Baptized – 2
Pastoral Counseling Hours – Approximately 2500 (more hours than one person working full time
for a year)
The effect that your chaplains are having is significant. Pastor Ed in our Wells church would
absolutely love to say that every single individual in the
Town of Wells had had some personal contact with the Church of the Nazarene; your chaplains have in fact
contacted that many people. Chaplain Staples at Two Bridges Regional Jail though having a captive
audience is thrilled to report that they have had to increase the number of Sunday services this year. They
are currently conducting 3 services on a given Sunday at the jail. This indicates a desire on the part of the
inmates to worship and learn about the Christian faith. At the jail there were about 490 people who
accepted the Lord this year. The number of Pastoral Counseling hours also has considerable effect for the
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Kingdom. The work done in a counseling session opens up the ability of the Holy Spirit to provide healing
and grace to a broken soul.
As Chaplain Jennings pointed out your chaplains bring the salt and the light of the Gospel to a world
that is in need of the seasoning of the Holy Spirit and the Light that reveals truth and God’s love for the
thousands of broken persons amongst whom we each live.
I am told by friends of mine that I continue to be prayed for on a daily basis. This has been very
encouraging for me, particularly as I go into a patient’s room who has just received news that they have just
a few weeks to live because of a cancer that they just discovered. It is helpful to know that I have the
prayer support of others as I talk with a drug addict who is struggling to get clean or a person who has been
trying to cope with chronic pain for years and feels that God has totally forgotten about them. These
prayers of fellow Christians are my life line in the chaplaincy ministry. I know that my chaplain colleagues
feel very much the same way. So we continue to ask that as we go beyond the walls of the church and into
the darker areas of the world that our Nazarene family continues to keep us firmly in your prayers. In this
way we will know that we are not going into the crucible of ministry alone and that you are right beside us
in your prayers and other signs of support.
Remember that almost 10,000 souls have been touched with God’s grace in some small way this past
year as a result of the support that you give your Maine District Chaplains. For this we offer our heartfelt
gratitude. We truly appreciate the ability that you extend to us to work as the Lord leads.
Faithful in service to our Lord,
Rev. Kenneth B. Wish, Maine District Chaplaincy Coordinator
C. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEES
1. NOMINATING COMMITTEE
1. Partial report #1:
We the Nominating Committee recommend the following District Assembly Committees:
1. Public Worship: Dr. Eugenio Duarte and Cecil Jones
2. Introductions: Cecil Jones and Bill Young
3. Journal: Bill Young, chairman; Paul Basham; Richard Waller
4. World Mission: District NMI Council
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5. Youth: District NYI Council
6. Sunday School Ministries: District SDMI Council
7. Home Mission Board: District Church Health Board
8. Church Properties: District Church Properties Board
9. Camp Meeting: District Camp Programming Board
Partial report #2:
The Nominating Committee recommends the election of the following committees by acclamation:
1. District Finance Committee: Cecil Jones (ex-officio); Patricia Cook (ex-officio); Peter Carter,
Steve Creamer, Scot Crothers, Jim DuVall, Veronica Gonsior, Allen Hamlin, John Heuring, Sandie Kaiser,
Deb Killam, Kathy Mason, Marcia Millett, Barbara Moore, Roger Overlock, Hazel Seavey, Tony Stevens,
Brandon Stultz, David Suitter, Jim Tabone, Richard Waller, Cyndi Welch.
2. District Court of Appeals: Cecil Jones (ex-officio), Paul Basham, John F. Evans, Samuel
LaCombe, Bill Young.
3. Committee on Christian Action: Cecil Jones (ex-officio), Mae Billingslea, Sandi Blake,
Veronica Gonsior, Keith Herrick, Pat Heuring, Lester (Joe) LaCombe, Polly Lacombe, Karen Moore.
4. District Insurance Coordinator: James Ledoux
5. District Chaplaincy Coordinator: Kenneth Wish; Wallace Staples (assistant)
6. District National Disaster Relief Director: Wallace Staples; Alex Clifford, James Ledoux
(assistants)
Partial Report #3:
District Boards and Officers
The Nominating Committee recommends the election of the following by ballot:
1. District Board of Ministry [term to expire 2015]
Vote for four (4)
Paul Basham
John F. Evans
Thayne Heath
Charles Mason
Kevin O’Brien
Wally Staples
Damon Hayward
Sharon Morse
2. Eastern Nazarene College Lay Trustee: [term to expire 2014]
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Vote for one (1)
Jeff Cook
Danielle Hamlin
3. Camp Programming Board: [term to expire 2014]
Minister – vote for one (1)
Jim DuVall
Andrew Ferreira
Layperson – vote for one (1)
Pat Clark
John LaCombe
4. District Advisory Board: [term to expire 2014]
Elder – vote for one (1)
Eric Larsen
Wally Staples
Layperson – vote for one (1)
Kerry Herrick
Kathy Levesque
5. Church Health: [term to expire 2014]
Minister – vote for one (1)
Damon Hayward Dottie Heath
Layperson – vote for one (1)
Stacy DuVall
Jen Suitter
6. District properties Board: [term to expire 2013]
Minister – vote for one (1)
Damon Hayward Mark Holden
Layperson – vote for one (1)
Steve Gurney
Becky Lawrence
Respectfully submitted, Cecil Jones, Chairman
2. JOURNAL COMMITTEE
We have examined the daily journal and have found it to accurately reflect the proceedings.
Respectfully Submitted,
Bill Young, Secretary
Dr. Eugenio Duarte, General Superintendent
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3. District Finance Committee
District Finance Committee
2011 Partial Report No. 1
We, the District Finance Committee recommend that:
1.
Each Local Church calculate its respective funding allocations according to the following
percentages (applied after amounts paid to WEF and Ten Percent Mission Specials are subtracted
from current income—“Adjusted Income”):
A. World Evangelism Fund:
B. Pensions & Benefits Fund:
5.5% of Adjusted Income
2.0% of Adjusted Income
C. Education Fund (ENC):
2.5% of Adjusted Income
D. District Ministries Fund:
6.0% of Adjusted Income
E. District Ministry Allocations:
1. District Sunday School Ministries
.34% of Adjusted Income
2. District Nazarene Youth International
.58% of Adjusted Income
3. District Nazarene Missions International
.34% of Adjusted Income
4. Special Mission Project - Work and Witness
.08% of Adjusted Income
2.
The total District Ministries Fund
A. District Administration
$159,000
B. District Operations
3.
54,510
C. Total Budgeted Expenditures
213,510
D. Less: DS housing allowance paid from Parsonage Income Fund
-17,119
E. Budgeted expenditures to be paid from the District Ministries Fund
196,391
F. Amount of DMF receipts needed for 2010-11
196,391
G. Anticipated DMF receipts from the local churches
159,000
The total District Ministry budgets be accepted and allocated to each local church according to the
percentages listed in paragraph 2E above:
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A. District Sunday School Ministries
$
B. District Nazarene Youth International
$ 15,250
C. District Nazarene Missions International
$
9,010
D. Special Mission Project (Work and Witness)
$
2,120
4.
The District Treasurer be authorized to distribute from available funds.
5.
District journals will be available in electronic format through the Global Ministry Center.
6.
9,010
All churches calculate and submit their funding allocations on a monthly basis. Refer to
www.fundingthemission.org.
7.
Each church highlight Nazarene Bible College and Nazarene Theological Seminary annually on their
respective designated Sundays, by distributing information provided and by receiving an offering for their
support.
8.
The District Superintendent be given vacation according to the recommendations made in Partial
Report #2, paragraph 9.
9.
That prior to the annual Finance Committee meeting, the District Advisory Board evaluate the
compensation and benefits of the District Superintendent and make a recommendation regarding
any changes to the Finance Committee.
10.
The District Superintendent’s Medical Reimbursement budget be used to reimburse the DS for
expenditures made for medical insurance out-of-pocket costs as well as for any other expenses
which are otherwise allowed by the IRS as a deductible medical expense; e.g., dental, eye glasses,
etc.
11.
All district and departmental treasurers submit their books for review no later than the close
of District Assembly. The books are to be either given to the District Treasurer at Assembly
or sent to: Ron Beaulieu, CPA, 41 Bates St., Portland, ME 04103.
12. WHERE TO REMIT PAYMENTS:
A)
WORLD EVANGELISM FUND - (Make checks payable to General Treasurer)
- General Treasurer, Church of the Nazarene Global Ministry Center
17001 Prairie Star Parkway
Lenexa, KS 66220
B) EASTERN NAZARENE COLLEGE - Church Relations Office, Eastern Nazarene College
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23 East Elm Ave., Quincy, MA 02170
C)
DISTRICT MINISTRIES FUND - (Make checks payable to Maine District Church)
- Trish Cook,1100 River Road, Avon, ME 04966
D)
PENSIONS & BENEFITS FUND - (Make checks payable to General Treasurer)
- General Treasurer, Church of the Nazarene Global Ministry Center
17001 Prairie Star Parkway Lenexa, KS 66220
E)
NAZARENE MISSIONS INTERNATIONAL ALLOCATION (payable to Maine District NMI)
-Mrs. Fayelene Hawkins, 1 Rankin Street Apt 414 Rockland, ME 04841
F)
SPECIAL MISSION PROJECT -WORK AND WITNESS (Formerly Fair Share)
(Make checks payable to Maine District NMI)
- Mrs. Fayelene Hawkins, 1 Rankin Street Apt 414 Rockland, ME 04841
G) LINKS (Make checks payable to Maine District NMI)
- Mrs. Fayelene Hawkins, 1 Rankin Street Apt 414 Rockland, ME 04841
H) SUNDAY SCHOOL MINISTRIES ALLOCATION – (Payable to Maine District S.S.)
- Todd McKay 44 Hideaway Acres Rd, Chelsea, ME 04330
I) NAZARENE YOUTH INTERNATIONAL ALLOCATION - (Payable to Maine District NYI)
- Becki Quimby 20 Charles St. Auburn, ME 04210
J) NAZARENE BIBLE COLLEGE OFFERING - (received in October)
- Nazarene Bible College, 1111 Academy Park Loop, Colorado Springs, CO 80910
K) NAZARENE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY OFFERING - (received in January)- Nazarene Theological Seminary, 1700 E. Meyer Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64131
L) MAINE EDUCATION RESOURCE CENTER (Make checks payable to Maine District Church)
-Rev. John Hawkins, 1 Rankin Street Apt 414 Rockland, ME 04841
M) L.I.F.E. Club –
(Make checks payable to Maine District Church)
- Trish Cook, 1100 River Road Avon, ME 04966
2011 District Finance Committee -- Partial Report No. 2 -- Ministerial Support
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We recommend that:
1.
The Church Board review the Pastor’s salary and housing annually, either in September or
March, giving consideration to the rising cost-of-living index. This review is a requirement of
the 2009-2013 Church of the Nazarene Manual, ¶129.8
2.
Each Pastor be paid a salary that will permit him or her to devote full time to the work of the
Ministry. Those who are receiving adequate salary should devote full time to the work of the
Ministry.
3.
Each Church provide a housing allowance for the Pastor; or, alternatively, each church
provide a parsonage for the Pastor and pay for its upkeep, including heat, utilities, and
replacement of worn appliances, for which the parsonage family will be responsible to keep
neat and clean.
4.
Each Pastor be directly reimbursed for auto expenses, travel, and related business expenses
upon a detailed monthly accounting of expenses incurred. In the event it is not possible for a
Church to provide a direct reimbursement, it is recommended that a portion of the Pastor’s
salary be designated for that purpose according to IRS guidelines.
5.
Each church consider the following minimum salary and benefits package for their pastor if he/she
is to be considered a full time pastor:
a.
A weekly cash salary of $400 (This amount may be allocated as salary, personal
housing allowance or Tax Sheltered Annuity).
b.
Provide a parsonage or housing allowance, utilities, medical insurance, and full SelfEmployment tax reimbursement.
c. A reimbursable church expense plan that meets IRS regulations.
When a church cannot meet the minimum salary and benefits package requirements, they
allow their pastor to be bi-vocational with their permission and blessing, to work enough hours outside
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the church to meet his/her financial needs. Pastors should not consider working more hours than
necessary to meet his/her financial needs. In determining whether the pastor should be considered a
full-time pastor, churches should not take into consideration the fact that a spouse works outside the
home.
6.
An education and training seminar for tax accountability and information be available through
the District Office.
7.
Each Church assume cost of travel, meals, child care and fees to District Assembly,
Ministers/Mates Conference and other District activities for the Pastor and Spouse, and that a
minimum of $10.00 per week fund be established to provide funds for the Pastor’s attendance
at General Assembly, and that the Pastor’s participation in local, district, and general church
activities not be considered vacation time.
8.
Each Church allow its Pastor to participate in continuing education as required by the 2009 –
2013 Church of the Nazarene Manual, ¶424.6, at appropriate times, which shall be separate
from vacation time, with financial consideration given to underwrite the cost.
9.
Each Pastor be given a vacation with full salary, with the Church paying for the supply of the
Pulpit. The minimum vacation program for Pastors who have served the Church of the Nazarene be set as
follows:
- 1 to
4 years of service - 14 days including 2 Sundays
- 5 to 10 years of service - 21 days including 3 Sundays
- 11 to 15 years of service - 28 days including 4 Sundays
-16 and more years of service - 35 days including 5 Sundays.
Vacation time is to be based on the Calendar year, and not to be accumulated. Vacation time
should be taken at a time of the Pastor’s own choosing and is in addition to national holidays.
Pastors moving from one Church to another during the calendar year should prorate their vacation
time.
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10.
Each Pastor be allowed and encouraged to take one day per week for personal use at his or her
discretion. Personal time should be taken at a time of the Pastor’s own choosing and is in addition to
national holidays.
11. Additional time may be allocated yearly by the local Church Board for the Pastor to hold evangelistic
services at another Church.
12.
Churches give support to full payment of the Pensions/Benefits Fund, which benefits the Pastor
toward his/her 403(b) contribution and life insurance for pastor and spouse.
13.
Churches provide medical insurance for the Pastor and family and, as required by Maine law,
Workers’ Compensation insurance.
14.
Churches give special consideration to their Pastor and Parsonage family at Christmas (a
minimum of one week’s salary).
15.
Churches be encouraged to contribute to the pastor’s TSA as a reduction or addition to salary.
16. Churches provide for food and lodging of evangelists and other special workers.
17.
Local churches provide a minimum honorarium for supply preachers of $75.00 for one service and
$100.00 for two services on Sunday, plus mileage of 30 cents per mile.
18.
Church Members be made aware of the financial position of the local Church on a monthly basis,
and that the Church Boards receive a written treasurer’s report each month.
19.
Definition and recommendation regarding clergy serving as associate pastor or assistant pastor in
the local church:
a.
An associate pastor is defined as a “partner in ministry”, on staff, receiving compensation. An
assistant pastor is defined as a “partner in ministry”, on staff, who does not receive compensation. A
member of the clergy serving on staff of the local church cannot be assigned “PSV” unless he/she serves a
minimum of 30 hours per week in ministry.
b.
All paid ministerial staff should be covered by the previous recommendations for the senior pastor
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when appropriate and negotiated with, and by, the approval of the church board.
20.
Copies of this portion of the District Finance Committee report and tax information worksheet for
each local Church be sent by the District Superintendent to each Church Secretary to be read to the
Church Board no later than the September Church Board meeting.
21.
That each church considers a sabbatical for their Pastor. For consideration, one month during
the 5th year of ministry or 2 months during the 6th year of ministry or 3 months during the 7th
year of ministry, taking into account service in previous churches and sabbaticals. Sabbatical
time should be in addition to regular vacation time.
Respectfully submitted,
Richard Waller, Chairman, Patricia Cook, Secretary
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VII. Financial and Statistical
A. DISTRICT TREASURER
MAINE DISTRICT CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
District Treasurer's Report
for the Period Ended
March 31, 2011
Year-to-Date
Receipts
Income
4000 · Revenues
4100 · District Ministries Fund
4101 · Current Year Allocations
4102 · Prior Year Allocations
133,641
6,456
Total 4100 · District Ministries Fund
140,097
4300 · Investment Income
4301 · Mortgage Interest -- PIF
7,203
4303 · Undesignated Fund
61
4305 · Parsonage Income Fund
13,924
4306 · Eliot Income Fund
20,285
4307 · Lincoln Income Fund
0
4313 - Lewiston Income Fund
8,467
4315 - Portland Income Fund
15,455
Total 4300 · Investment Income
65,394
4400 · Misc. Income
4401 · Assembly Reg & Offerings
1,294
4402 · District Journals
0
4403 · L.I.F.E. Club Fund
46
4414 · Disaster Relief Income
0
4415 - Sale of Rockland Church
20,000
4416 - Lewiston Principal Fund
0
4417 - Berwick sale
60,916
4418 - Portland loan repayment
0
4419 - Portland Principal Fund
0
4496 - Other Miscellaneous
1,080
4497 - Kidney Fund Distributions
90
5,484
4497.1 - Pastors W&W thru Kidney Fund
0
4497.2 - Prayer Summit through Kidney Fund
0
4498 · Stanley Baker Fund
0
Total 4400 · Misc. Income
88,820
4500 · MERC
4501 · Books & Tuition
4,950
4502 - Scholarship Funds
0
4503 - Ministry Development Weekend
5,040
4504 - MERC Offerings & Gifts
1,000
Total 4500 · MERC
10,990
4600 · Camping Program Rcpts
4601 · Investment Income
12,640
4602 · Camp Offerings
4,547
4603 · Camp Pledges
840
4604 · Bea Rush Income
557
4606 - Camping and meals receipts
2,690
Total 4600 · Camping Program Rcpts
21,273
4710 - Home Missions Receipts
0
Total 4000 · Revenues
326,573
Year-to-Date
District Administration
Actual
D.S. Salary and Benefits
Expenditures
Salary
Cash Salary
$
Christmas Gift
900
Total Salary
44,364
45,264
Cash Housing
Mortgage Principal & Interest
10,504
Salary as Housing Allowance
6,881
Additional cash housing
6,615
Total Cash Housing
Benefits
91
24,000
S.E. Tax Reimbursement
11,919
Health Insurance Premium
1,607
Medical Reimbursement
14,717
Group Term Life Ins.
823
Disability Insurance
0
AD&D Insurance
72
Total Benefits
29,139
Total D.S. Salary and Benefits
98,403
District Office Secretary
22,159
Form 941
2,105
Total District Office Secretary
24,264
Ministry Expenses - D.S.
Ministry expense reimbursement
4,000
Meals
2,044
Total Ministry Expenses - D.S.
6,044
Other Administration Expense
District Assembly
7,453
District Travel & Meetings
4,191
Gen Assembly Fund Reallocation
2,400
Total Other Administration Expense
14,044
Total District Administration
142,756
District Operations
Volunteer Evaluations fees
District Office
Office Supplies
2,271
Treasurer's Computer
0
Telephone
1,389
Office rent
6,000
Electricity
660
Office Equip. & Software
728
Office Equip. Maint.
687
District Office Heat
554
Improvements
92
0
0
Real Estate Taxes
400
District Treasurer Stipend
3,000
District. Secretary & Statistician
800
Mobile phone
2,367
Bank charges
15
Misc. (Late charges and other misc.)
372
Total District Office
19,244
District Office
Year-to-Date
Actual
Expenditures
District Operations (con't)
District Auto
Gas, Repairs/Maint
Insurance Coverages
6,722
District Auto Ins.
780
Workers' Compensation
821
D&O and Gen'l Liability Ins.
1,599
Liability Umbrella
776
Total District Insurance Coverages
3,976
Maine Stream
0
CPA Review
6,519
Benevolences
225
Recruitment
Christmas
782
Pastors & Spouses Party
2,008
Retired Elders/Spouses
750
Total Christmas
2,758
Conferences
93
Denominational Leaders
6,836
Ministers & Mates
4,946
Church Growth Resources
2,126
Advisory Council Retreat
0
Total Conferences
13,908
Other District Operating Expense
35
54,169
Total District Operations
Total Budgeted District Administration & Operations
196,925
Un-budgeted expenses paid thru District Ministries Fund:
District Website
0
Volunteer Evaluation fees
0
Portland Church Expenses
0
0
Total Unbudgeted Expenses
Total expenditures paid thru District Ministires
Fund
196,925
6100 · Expenditures from Fund Balances
6140 - Eliot Church Fund
6142 - Eliot Income Fund
12,687
6145 - Lincoln Church Fund
6147 - Lincoln Income Fund
2,000
6130 - Auto Replacement Fund
0
6150 - General Assembly Fund
0
6160-In/Out Fund
(825)
6190 · M&D Kidney Endow. Fund
3,122
6220 · S&D Baker Fund
0
6240 · Disaster Relief Expenses
395
6250 · Rockland Church Fund
6251 · Rockland Principal Fund
Total 6250 · Rockland Church Fund
10,504
10,504
6260 - Lewiston Church Fund
6261 - Lewiston Principal Fund
0
6262 - Lewiston Income Fund
18,259
Total 6260 - Lewiston Church Fund
18,259
Year-to-Date
Actual
Expenditures
6270 - Berwick Church Fund
6271 - Berwick Principal Fund
Total 6270 - Berwick Church Fund
6280 - Portland Church Fund
94
17,191
17,191
6281 - Portland Principal Fund
14,718
6282 - Portland Income Fund
12,608
Total 6280 - Portland Church Fund
27,326
6300 · General Fund
6302 · Refund of DMF prior year
0
6360 - Misc. Expenses
100
6370 - Prior Year CPA Review
0
6380 - Prior year real estate taxes
400
Total 6300 · General Fund
500
6410 - Undesignated Fund
1,400
6460 - LIFE Fund
0
6470 · Parsonage Fund
6471 · Prior Year Housing Allowance
Total 6470 · Parsonage Fund
6500 · MERC
0
6065 - Instructors' Travel
0
6505 · Director's Stipend
150
6510 · Director Meetings
0
6515 · Travel, Meals, Mtgs
5,279
6520 - Books
0
6530 - Postage
425
6535 · Materials & Supplies
557
6550 · Conferences & Seminars
0
6555 - MERC website
0
6560 · Instructors' Honoraria
2,565
6565 - Ministry Development Weekend
4,733
6570 - Scholarships
0
6580 - Bank fees
15
6590 - General Assembly
0
6595 - Other
0
Total 6500 · MERC
6600 · Camping Program Fund
6610 · Camping Board Expenses
95
0
13,725
201
6620 · S. S. Ministries Camp
0
6621 · Lump-sum Payment
4,900
6626 · Bea Rush Scholarships
0
6630 · NYI Ministries Camp
0
6631 · Lump-sum Payment
6700 · Family Camp
5,800
6710 - Miscellaneous
0
6720 · Speaker
0
6721 · Honoraria
1,200
6722 · Meals and Lodging
0
6723 - Travel
0
6724 · Expenses
800
Total 6720 · Speaker
6730 · Singer
2,000
6731 · Honorarium
1,800
6734 - Expenses
800
6732 · Meals & Lodging
0
Total 6730 · Singer
2,600
6740 · Facilities Rental
2,275
6750 - Equipment Rental
0
6760 - Equipment Purchase
10
6770 - Repairs & Maintenance
0
6780 - Other Lodging
1,800
6790 - Other Travel
0
6800 - Other Meals
1,217
6801 · Worker expense
500
6830 · Electricity
0
Total 6700 · Family Camp
10,402
Total 6100 · Expenditures from Fund Balances
21,303
127,585
Excess (deficit) of Receipts over Expenditures
2,063
Total 6600 · Camping Program Fund
96
15
15a
16
17
Weekly Corporate
Worship
14
Associate Church
Members
13
Inactive Church
Members
12
Rev. John Bennett (Interim)
Dr. Kevin M. O'Brien
Damon Hayward
Rev. Barry W. Dutton
Lester A. LaCombe
109
196
85
66
80
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
9
0
0
1
2
2
1
1
4
26
0
0
24
1
0
0
1
0
2
28
2
2
25
7
81
203
83
41
74
45
0
22
35
30
1
203
70
0
0
64
107
74
55
56
6
7
8
9
10
Berwick New Hope Community
Bethel
Bingham
Bowdoinham
Brunswick
Rev. Rachael H. Carr
Rev. Charles B. Mason III
Rev. Rodney D. Williams Sr.
Rev. Daniel B. Joyce
Rev. Chris S. Curry
18
37
42
36
89
0
1
3
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
1
0
3
3
0
4
0
2
0
1
3
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
3
3
18
38
45
33
90
12
15
10
22
25
0
22
0
0
20
6
43
10
11
38
11
12
13
14
15
Cape Elizabeth
China Regional
Cundy's Harbor
Dixfield
Dover-Foxcroft
Rev. Jonathan K. Twitchell
Rev. Ernest H. LaBelle
Rev. Veronica Gonsoir
Rev. John L. Heuring
57
83
14
27
69
0
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
3
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
16
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
18
56
83
15
30
51
9
30
15
0
14
0
53
10
0
47
39
42
30
25
41
16
17
18
19
20
East Millinocket Living Hope
Ellsworth
Fairfield
Farmington Falls
Gardiner
Rev. David Shaw
Rev. Reginald S. Clark
Eric M. Larsen
Rev. Gary E Smith
Rev. Bill Young
104
61
68
43
77
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
1
0
0
3
0
4
0
0
3
0
5
0
6
2
0
1
1
0
6
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
8
0
2
1
1
99
61
71
42
82
0
18
0
27
0
0
29
0
0
0
69
59
72
71
76
21
22
23
24
25
Great Island
Jackman Welcome
Leeds
Lewiston
LifeWay Community
Rev. Chris Curry
Rev. David Smith
Rev. Harold B. Hilton
Rev. Raymond J. Desrosiers
Rev. Todd M. McKay Sr.
20
35
52
4
60
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
20
35
51
3
62
7
9
0
0
25
4
0
0
0
0
16
42
25
25
20
26
27
28
29
30
Lisbon Falls
Livermore Falls
Mechanic Falls
Millinocket
New Vision
Rev. William H. Bailey
Rev. Dakota Baker
Rev. Rudy W. Macie
Rev. Richard Waller
Rev. Bruce Michaud
46
21
34
124
46
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
2
0
3
2
0
2
0
0
1
0
0
0
3
1
0
0
0
3
5
0
2
0
6
7
0
2
0
43
16
34
124
46
8
0
12
28
0
0
0
0
0
0
66
15
22
53
12
31
32
33
34
*35
Newport
North Waldoboro
Norway
Pittsfield
Portland
Rev. Philip K. McGlauflin
Rev. Mark Holden
Rev. Shawn Emerson
Dale R. Braker
James L Ledoux
0
41
55
14
11
0
1
2
2
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
1
4
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
4
0
7
0
0
3
0
0
0
5
7
0
7
0
37
52
18
4
0
14
26
0
4
0
10
0
26
8
0
26
19
61
7
36
37
Richmond
River of Hope
Rev. Roger E. Merrill
John F. Evans
36
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
36
0
0
0
0
0
50
9
* Sponsored New Church this Year
Total Gains
Total Losses
Auburn
Augusta First
Bangor
Bath First
Belfast
Lost by Death
Pastor Name
1
2
3
4
*5
Received by
Transfer
Church Name
Lost by Transfer to
Other Nazarene
Churches
11
Lost by Removal,
Commendation, or
Release
10
Full Church Members
End of Year
9
Received from Other
Denominations
8
Received by
Profession of Faith
2011
7
Full Church Members
Reported Last Year
6
MEMBERSHIP AND WORSHIP
13
14
15
15a
16
Associate Church
Members
12
17
4
73
52
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
25
0
0
0
0
0
26
0
5
47
52
0
20
0
0
0
0
7
11
9
*41
42
43
44
45
Sebago
Sebasco Estates
Skowhegan
South Portland
Southern Sudan Christian Mission
Rev. Karen-Renee Moore
Weston Murphy
Rev. Brian D. Hale
Rev. Scot W. Crothers
Rev. Michael T. Gatkek
63
29
196
269
10
0
0
8
11
0
0
2
1
0
17
0
2
1
0
0
0
4
10
11
17
0
2
2
8
0
2
0
0
5
1
0
0
2
5
0
2
2
4
18
1
61
31
202
262
26
21
0
136
19
0
2
0
0
0
0
38
30
87
358
37
46
*47
48
49
50
Stonington
Strong
Thomaston-Warren
Union
Wells The Lighthouse
Kevin Barrett
Rev. John Mark Evans
Rev. Lester A. LaCombe
Rev. Mark Holden
Rev. Edward M. Beecher
37
81
0
28
50
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
37
79
0
30
50
16
0
0
4
40
0
0
0
15
0
12
33
0
32
26
51
West Point
Thayne and Dorothy Heath
(Interim)
Rev. Samuel A. LaCombe
Rev. Wallace E. Staples
Rev. David Suitter
27
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
27
0
16
13
129
133
23
0
8
4
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
10
4
0
0
1
2
0
9
0
0
0
0
1
0
10
3
0
0
129
134
23
0
34
10
0
0
0
0
115
72
15
Current Year Total
3,164
66
23
26
115
40
113
26
179
3,100
701
519
2,262
Last Year Total
3,277
96
8
55
159
48
174
50
272
3,164
445
69
2,356
(30)
15
(29)
256
450
*52 Windham
53 Wiscasset
54 Yarmouth
Maine Supplemental
Increase / (Decrease)
Organized
* Sponsored New Church this Year
Name Change
Inactive
(113)
Transfer
Total Gains
(44)
(8)
Merge
(61)
(24)
(93)
Disorganize
(64)
Weekly Corporate
Worship
Rev. Deborah B. Killam
Rev. Lester A. LaCombe
Rev. Kenneth B. Wish
Total Losses
River Run
Rockland
Saco
Lost by Death
Pastor Name
38
39
40
Received by
Transfer
Church Name
Lost by Transfer to
Other Nazarene
Churches
11
Lost by Removal,
Commendation, or
Release
10
Inactive Church
Members
9
Full Church Members
End of Year
8
Received by
Profession of Faith
Full Church Members
Reported Last Year
2011
7
Received from Other
Denominations
6
MEMBERSHIP AND WORSHIP
Drop
(94)
23
23a
24
24a
26
27
28
29
29a
NMI Associate
Membership
22a
NMI Active
Membership
22
0
28
5
10
11
15
24
10
2
25
15
14
8
2
8
35
103
35
20
80
35
93
32
20
37
50
161
52
32
143
50
135
45
32
56
35
67
43
32
48
0
68
21
0
30
0
51
40
17
23
0
10
0
0
0
15
24
10
8
25
0
161
58
34
42
0
0
30
10
12
6
7
8
9
10
Berwick New Hope Community
Bethel
Bingham
Bowdoinham
Brunswick
3
17
3
2
24
3
8
1
0
6
0
12
3
2
1
0
5
2
0
1
6
16
15
14
31
6
12
7
5
28
9
45
21
18
56
9
25
10
5
35
0
25
0
5
22
4
5
0
0
13
0
29
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
3
2
1
6
37
4
12
90
0
22
0
4
20
11
12
13
14
15
Cape Elizabeth
China Regional
Cundy's Harbor
Dixfield
Dover-Foxcroft
13
8
24
14
8
9
6
12
4
4
6
4
0
18
19
2
4
0
9
5
54
20
23
28
49
12
17
12
20
25
73
32
47
60
76
23
27
24
33
34
23
23
12
33
34
9
6
12
6
20
17
40
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
5
1
18
19
56
53
15
25
29
17
0
15
15
6
16
17
18
19
20
East Millinocket Living Hope
Ellsworth
Fairfield
Farmington Falls
Gardiner
15
27
12
1
25
9
11
5
1
9
23
16
8
1
15
60
11
7
1
4
38
35
68
15
83
50
27
37
12
41
76
78
88
17
123
119
49
49
14
54
119
49
49
14
47
95
33
8
0
7
0
30
25
0
75
0
0
0
0
0
124
16
8
1
15
50
54
71
15
76
20
29
0
5
6
21
22
23
24
25
Great Island
Jackman Welcome
Leeds
Lewiston
LifeWay Community
1
30
3
0
4
2
23
3
0
3
1
20
2
0
2
1
12
2
0
1
12
67
20
66
33
9
38
20
70
12
14
117
25
66
39
12
73
25
70
16
11
45
12
66
16
0
26
0
0
0
0
23
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
32
3
0
3
13
43
10
0
37
7
0
2
0
9
26
27
28
29
30
Lisbon Falls
Livermore Falls
Mechanic Falls
Millinocket
New Vision
49
2
13
18
0
33
0
8
8
0
36
2
1
17
0
15
0
1
7
5
82
14
20
33
0
19
14
13
19
12
167
18
34
68
0
67
14
22
34
17
58
14
14
34
12
12
1
0
0
3
54
0
0
65
1
0
0
0
0
0
48
2
8
17
0
43
0
12
44
0
24
0
10
72
0
31
32
33
34
*35
Newport
North Waldoboro
Norway
Pittsfield
Portland
0
4
9
11
30
0
1
7
7
0
0
4
7
5
10
0
4
4
4
0
0
25
11
17
10
0
10
8
8
0
0
33
27
33
50
0
15
19
19
0
0
15
19
19
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
10
5
10
0
37
12
18
10
0
9
0
26
0
36
37
Richmond
River of Hope
17
3
5
1
11
0
6
0
23
16
9
5
51
19
20
6
20
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
30
0
36
8
24
4
* Sponsored New Church this Year
NYI Membership
VBS Enrollment
Average Weekly
Adult SDMI
Attendance
Average Weekly
Youth SDMI
Attendance
Caravan Enrollment
0
34
7
10
38
Total Adult SDMI
Responsibility List
Auburn
Augusta First
Bangor
Bath First
Belfast
Total Youth SDMI
Responsibility List
1
2
3
4
*5
Church Name
Average Weekly
Children’s SDMI
Attendance
Total Average
Weekly Discipleship
Groups Attendance
21a
Total Average
Weekly Sunday
School Attendance
21
Average Weekly
SDMI Attendance
20a
Total SDMI
Responsibility List
2011
20
Total Children’s SDMI
Responsibility List
DISCIPLESHIP
20
DISCIPLESHIP
21a
22
22a
23
23a
24
24a
26
27
28
29
29a
16
9
5
21
11
46
30
11
6
14
0
6
16
6
5
7
0
0
0
0
0
5
2
12
5
11
52
0
0
0
85
2
27
149
24
4
2
22
81
24
85
0
28
87
15
10
0
12
36
15
220
18
127
463
16
40
18
51
260
0
390
20
182
699
55
54
20
85
377
39
18
18
63
220
39
8
10
42
377
8
0
0
0
94
0
0
0
0
58
0
85
0
28
87
15
38
14
104
72
0
2
0
59
22
0
Stonington
Strong
Thomaston-Warren
Union
Wells The Lighthouse
1
6
0
9
5
1
4
0
9
1
1
2
0
2
10
1
1
0
2
6
8
25
0
21
18
8
21
0
21
9
10
33
0
32
33
10
26
0
32
16
10
23
0
27
16
0
15
0
5
9
0
0
0
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
8
0
2
12
20
22
0
30
9
13
4
0
18
8
West Point
Windham
Wiscasset
Yarmouth
Maine Supplemental
5
88
12
10
5
40
20
2
1
21
11
0
1
7
12
0
25
82
46
37
9
40
46
6
31
191
69
47
0
15
87
78
8
0
15
85
40
8
4
56
31
0
0
46
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
32
12
0
5
97
21
23
4
57
10
0
Current Year Total
901
461
578
314
2,318
1,301
3,797
2,076
1,577
978
654
68
775
1,709
578
Last Year Total
845
490
625
317
2,274
1,306
3,744
2,113
1,676
850
629
188
533
1,608
629
Increase / (Decrease)
56
128
25
(120)
242
101
*41
42
43
44
45
Sebago
Sebasco Estates
Skowhegan
South Portland
Southern Sudan Christian Mission
46
*47
48
49
50
51
*52
53
54
Organized
* Sponsored New Church this Year
Name Change
(29)
Inactive
(3)
44
(5)
Transfer
53
(37)
(99)
Merge
Disorganize
NMI Active
Membership
NYI Membership
VBS Enrollment
Average Weekly
SDMI Attendance
Average Weekly
Adult SDMI
Attendance
Average Weekly
Youth SDMI
Attendance
(47)
NMI Associate
Membership
16
9
38
Caravan Enrollment
5
2
1
Total SDMI
Responsibility List
2
2
6
River Run
Rockland
Saco
Total Adult SDMI
Responsibility List
9
0
0
38
39
40
Total Youth SDMI
Responsibility List
3
0
2
Church Name
Average Weekly
Children’s SDMI
Attendance
Total Average
Weekly Discipleship
Groups Attendance
21
Total Average
Weekly Sunday
School Attendance
Total Children’s SDMI
Responsibility List
2011
20a
(51)
Drop
1
2
3
4
*5
39
40
41
Total Given to
Education Funds
38
Other Nazarene
Educational
Instituions
37
Assigned
Educational
Institution
36
Total Given to
District Mission
35
Other District
Interests
34
District Ministry
Funds
33
Pension Fund
Total Church
Income
Church Name
World Evangelism
Fund
PART 1
2011
32
Total Given to
Global Mission
31
Other Global
Interests
30
Approved Mission
Specials
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
57,483
3,021
1,338
0
4,359
794
2,381
325
2,706
1,176
0
1,176
Augusta First
161,305
8,896
1,685
4,671
15,252
3,206
14,060
1,922
15,982
4,507
0
4,507
Bangor
107,316
6,046
2,251
0
8,297
1,789
5,567
3,574
9,141
0
0
0
Bath First
75,418
3,221
1,585
0
4,806
929
2,642
0
2,642
1,319
81
1,400
Belfast
59,818
3,080
1,129
0
4,209
1,126
3,372
837
4,209
1,406
36
1,442
0
0
16
0
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
39,300
2,161
716
0
2,877
743
2,228
406
2,634
928
0
928
Auburn
6
7
8
9
10
Berwick New Hope Community
Bethel
8,828
30
106
10
146
144
0
0
0
0
0
0
Bowdoinham
37,875
1,960
847
0
2,807
737
2,268
0
2,268
945
0
945
Brunswick
58,378
2,768
605
0
3,373
803
1,212
71
1,283
500
0
500
11
12
13
14
15
Cape Elizabeth
63,648
3,341
2,092
0
5,433
1,001
2,670
705
3,375
1,466
0
1,466
China Regional
56,932
1,097
2,031
0
3,128
248
733
0
733
309
100
409
Cundy's Harbor
44,527
2,283
699
0
2,982
691
1,805
4,452
6,257
810
0
810
Dixfield
34,399
1,768
1,257
0
3,025
647
1,925
385
2,310
802
41
843
Dover-Foxcroft
53,112
3,212
2,592
0
5,804
803
2,546
255
2,801
1,107
0
1,107
16
17
18
19
20
East Millinocket Living Hope
21
22
23
24
25
Bingham
89,825
4,675
792
0
5,467
1,910
5,077
931
6,008
994
0
994
Ellsworth
113,074
6,564
2,167
330
9,061
1,993
350
900
1,250
1,750
20
1,770
Fairfield
148,007
7,326
8,223
0
15,549
2,665
9,597
600
10,197
3,331
0
3,331
17,911
996
675
0
1,671
375
941
0
941
420
50
470
143,480
7,409
1,553
0
8,962
2,708
8,082
0
8,082
3,367
0
3,367
Great Island
14,415
675
603
43
1,321
50
50
165
215
0
0
0
Jackman Welcome
32,667
909
3,055
0
3,964
136
79
380
459
0
0
0
Leeds
46,652
230
50
0
280
40
50
0
50
0
0
0
Lewiston
12,272
675
16
0
691
232
696
139
835
289
0
289
LifeWay Community
19,838
1,793
96
57
1,946
419
1,263
1,222
2,485
514
0
514
26
27
28
29
30
Lisbon Falls
79,016
4,168
3,016
0
7,184
1,453
4,359
1,085
5,444
1,816
100
1,916
Livermore Falls
20,897
928
157
0
1,085
254
1,189
215
1,404
0
496
496
Mechanic Falls
20,874
780
437
11
1,228
420
174
0
174
24
0
24
123,661
7,670
2,451
0
10,121
2,500
4,257
1,538
5,795
1,000
0
1,000
6,244
0
27
0
27
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
31
32
33
34
*35
Newport
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
North Waldoboro
35,280
1,998
757
0
2,755
706
2,117
559
2,676
883
0
883
Norway
20,955
711
546
0
1,257
429
500
763
1,263
536
0
536
Pittsfield
24,467
703
16
0
719
197
591
0
591
161
0
161
Portland
0
0
6
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Farmington Falls
Gardiner
Millinocket
New Vision
* Sponsored New Church this Year
Richmond
River of Hope
River Run
39
40
41
Total Given to
Education Funds
38
Other Nazarene
Educational
Instituions
37
Assigned
Educational
Institution
36
Total Given to
District Mission
35
Other District
Interests
34
District Ministry
Funds
33
Pension Fund
Total Church
Income
Church Name
36
37
38
39
40
World Evangelism
Fund
PART 1
2011
32
Total Given to
Global Mission
31
Other Global
Interests
30
Approved Mission
Specials
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
25,630
1,372
336
0
1,708
682
1,974
488
2,462
1,193
10
3,959
212
20
0
232
77
230
0
230
96
0
1,203
96
12,268
683
449
0
1,132
232
706
211
917
287
40
327
3,847
25
11
5
41
25
25
0
25
25
0
25
Saco
24,499
255
321
15
591
0
0
485
485
0
0
0
*41
42
43
44
45
Sebago
73,398
3,771
1,066
0
4,837
1,377
4,130
846
4,976
1,720
100
1,820
Sebasco Estates
19,524
921
337
116
1,374
296
999
53
1,052
453
0
453
Skowhegan
163,735
3,595
3,194
0
6,789
3,253
6,303
1,952
8,255
4,066
100
4,166
South Portland
450,396
23,330
10,527
0
33,857
8,485
25,453
3,092
28,545
10,605
0
10,605
0
0
3
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
46
*47
48
49
50
Stonington
17,569
1,282
1,457
0
2,739
310
896
226
1,122
592
0
592
Strong
52,592
2,741
971
0
3,712
1,006
2,847
333
3,180
1,088
50
1,138
51
*52
53
54
Rockland
Southern Sudan Christian Mission
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Union
49,751
3,466
2,567
0
6,033
946
2,835
0
2,835
1,181
0
1,181
Wells The Lighthouse
35,107
1,323
360
0
1,683
482
1,443
0
1,443
601
0
601
West Point
15,806
372
231
0
603
176
588
0
588
333
0
333
Windham
102,074
5,213
2,093
16
7,322
1,896
6,911
0
6,911
2,002
0
2,002
Wiscasset
30,456
500
1,121
175
1,796
900
1,000
290
1,290
200
0
200
Yarmouth
32,551
1,696
16
0
1,712
623
1,850
381
2,231
771
0
771
Thomaston-Warren
0
Maine Supplemental
Current Year Total
2,812,303
139,476
66,809
5,449
211,734
49,983
134,838
29,235
164,073
52,527
1,224
Last Year Total
3,050,078
181,172
49,902
7,361
238,435
50,174
149,408
33,048
182,456
77,685
2,778
80,463
16,907
(1,912)
(25,158)
(1,554)
(26,712)
Increase / (Decrease)
Organized
* Sponsored New Church this Year
0
0
Name Change
(237,775)
(41,696)
Inactive
Transfer
(26,701)
(191)
Merge
(14,570)
(3,813)
Disorganize
(18,383)
Drop
53,751
1
2
3
4
*5
Auburn
6
7
8
9
10
Berwick New Hope Community
Augusta First
Bangor
Bath First
Belfast
Bethel
Bingham
Bowdoinham
Brunswick
49
50
Indebtedness on
Those Properties
51
Allocations Paid in
Full?
48
Value of Church
Properties
All Other Church
Ministries
47
Total Missional
Disbursements
46
Total Used for Local
Mission
45
Local Compassionate
Ministries
44a
Pastor, Associate,
and Support Staff
Benefits
44
Pastor, Associate,
and Support Staff
Salaries
Church Name
43
Debt Service
PART 2
2011
42
Buildings, Properties
and Capital
Improvements
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
22,983
0
22,385
0
0
0
45,368
54,403
992,400
0
No
5,492
0
32,055
16,767
889
24,524
79,727
118,674
250,000
0
Yes
No
0
0
23,400
0
0
0
23,400
42,627
0
0
6,657
0
31,200
4,200
60
370
42,487
52,264
1,300,000
69,632
No
294
2,554
5,300
15,080
1,475
21,819
46,522
57,508
330,000
15,778
Yes
0
0
340
0
50
0
390
406
0
0
No
2,004
0
10,400
0
0
11,857
24,261
31,443
250,000
0
Yes
250
0
0
2,113
100
6,729
9,192
9,482
100,000
0
No
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6,757
225,000
0
Yes
1,159
0
6,140
30,612
750
13,101
51,762
57,721
500,000
0
No
0
12,600
16,840
825
19,107
49,372
60,647
320,000
0
No
No
11
12
13
14
15
Cape Elizabeth
0
China Regional
765
11,531
7,800
12,669
0
19,005
51,770
56,288
611,800
86,668
Cundy's Harbor
1,246
4,800
0
15,045
1,129
400
22,620
33,360
385,681
10,648
No
Dixfield
9,414
0
9,530
3,760
0
5,908
28,612
35,437
350,000
0
Yes
16
17
18
19
20
East Millinocket Living Hope
21
22
23
24
25
Great Island
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
*35
443
0
13,375
0
711
15,158
29,687
40,202
36,058
0
No
1,085
0
18,174
5,315
1,003
3,907
29,484
43,863
426,800
71,416
Yes
Ellsworth
13,124
9,266
10,400
26,055
1,289
38,866
99,000
113,074
2,000,000
75,975
No
Fairfield
19,395
0
23,680
9,265
375
46,276
98,991
130,733
1,025,000
0
Yes
Dover-Foxcroft
Farmington Falls
0
0
0
0
200
0
200
3,657
110,000
0
Yes
Gardiner
0
17,969
12,950
17,978
2,320
45,191
96,408
119,527
600,000
219,972
Yes
2,900
0
12,827
0
100
0
15,827
17,413
483,700
0
No
Jackman Welcome
10,020
0
15,610
5,291
893
5,983
37,797
42,356
168,000
0
No
Leeds
10,300
0
17,742
13,204
0
0
41,246
41,616
219,000
0
No
0
0
1,888
0
0
0
1,888
3,935
0
0
Yes
LifeWay Community
2,050
1,251
0
7,501
200
5,084
16,086
21,450
0
0
Yes
Lisbon Falls
Lewiston
5,450
0
0
32,706
0
25,776
63,932
79,929
826,000
0
Yes
Livermore Falls
0
0
3,600
0
312
0
3,912
7,151
1,000,000
0
No
Mechanic Falls
1,054
3,450
5,200
3,626
1,510
0
14,840
16,686
165,540
24,054
No
Millinocket
9,100
0
40,373
3,185
4,478
60,167
117,303
136,719
201,000
0
No
New Vision
2,000
0
0
0
300
0
2,300
2,327
75,000
600
No
Newport
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
North Waldoboro
0
0
12,185
11,843
0
7,712
31,740
38,760
350,000
0
Yes
52
0
1,300
3,900
1,900
15,827
22,979
26,464
24,000
0
No
Pittsfield
1,861
2,324
6,132
260
987
12,566
24,130
25,798
278,000
48,347
No
Portland
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
No
Norway
* Sponsored New Church this Year
All Other Church
Ministries
49
50
51
Allocations Paid in
Full?
48
Indebtedness on
Those Properties
47
Value of Church
Properties
46
Total Missional
Disbursements
45
Total Used for Local
Mission
44a
Local Compassionate
Ministries
Debt Service
Church Name
44
Pastor, Associate,
and Support Staff
Benefits
43
Buildings, Properties
and Capital
Improvements
PART 2
2011
42
Pastor, Associate,
and Support Staff
Salaries
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
5,271
0
9,000
2,670
0
14,231
31,172
37,227
300,000
0
Yes
568
0
0
2,800
40
473
3,881
4,516
0
0
Yes
River Run
2,100
0
0
708
900
4,030
7,738
10,346
0
0
Yes
Rockland
250
0
1,260
0
274
2,623
4,407
4,523
371,200
48,000
No
Saco
2,315
7,461
2,600
0
23
544
12,943
14,019
450,000
66,973
No
*41
42
43
44
45
Sebago
1,332
9,412
16,464
6,191
551
0
33,950
46,960
750,000
75,000
Yes
Sebasco Estates
1,874
0
9,000
0
145
0
11,019
14,194
140,000
0
No
13,670
33,695
27,848
16,719
275
4,634
96,841
119,304
996,700
342,231
No
117,940
0
154,426
90,592
6,214
143,575
512,747
594,239
4,126,000
0
Yes
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
No
46
*47
48
49
50
Stonington
2,819
0
0
0
0
10,690
13,509
18,272
350,000
0
Yes
150
0
2,879
26,310
2,089
5,101
36,529
45,565
260,000
0
No
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
21,533
0
17,200
6,772
536
0
46,041
57,036
182,000
0
Yes
2,501
0
10,400
0
0
0
12,901
17,110
950,000
0
No
0
0
3,000
0
100
0
3,100
4,800
104,000
0
No
Windham
50
7,027
20,481
14,165
690
2,500
44,913
63,044
620,000
55,504
Yes
Wiscasset
400
0
14,625
0
5,212
1,100
21,337
25,523
445,000
7,000
No
Yarmouth
0
0
10,600
0
504
21,483
32,587
37,924
1,130,000
0
No
0
0
36
37
38
39
40
Richmond
51
*52
53
54
River of Hope
Skowhegan
South Portland
Southern Sudan Christian Mission
Strong
Thomaston-Warren
Union
Wells The Lighthouse
West Point
Maine Supplemental
Current Year Total
276,069
110,740
630,984
424,142
39,309
605,627
2,086,871
2,566,412
23,106,479
1,217,798
Last Year Total
278,583
153,257
638,752
474,419
40,059
616,876
2,201,946
2,753,474
24,869,599
1,196,887
Increase / (Decrease)
Organized
* Sponsored New Church this Year
Name Change
(2,514)
(42,517)
Inactive
(7,768)
(50,277)
Transfer
(750)
(11,249)
Merge
(115,075)
(187,062)
(1,763,120)
Disorganize
20,911
Drop