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alabama south district - Church of the Nazarene
ALABAMA SOUTH
DISTRICT
2013
THIRTY-FIRST ANNUAL ASSEMBLY JOURNAL
SESSION HELD AT
MILLBROOK, ALABAMA
APRIL 24 - 25
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Thirty-First
Annual Assembly Journal
Of the
Alabama South District
Church of the Nazarene
Sessions held at Millbrook, Alabama
April 24-April 25, 2013
Dr. Jesse Middendorf
General Superintendent
Dr. Mark D. Berry
District Superintendent
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At the Thirty-First Alabama South District Assembly, Rev. Dean E. Hornaday and Rev. Eric B. Ellis were
Ordained as Elders in the Church of the Nazarene and Rev. Alma J. Butler and Rev. Virginia H. Jackson
were Ordained as Deacon in the Church of the Nazarene. Pictured are: Rev. William Holley, District
Secretary, Dr. Mark Berry, District Superintendent, Rev. & Mrs. Eric Ellis, Rev. & Mrs. Dean Hornaday,
Rev. Alma Butler, Rev. Virginia & Mr. Eddie Jackson and Dr. Jesse Middendorf, General
Superintendent.
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SESSIONS OF THE ALABAMA DISTRICT ASSEMBLY
Date
1909
1910
1911
1912
1913
1914
Place
Jasper
Nauvoo
Jasper
Jasper
Jasper
Jasper
Pastor
C. H. Lancaster
Frank Daniel
R. M. Guy
P. M. Covington
A. L. Parrott
C. C. Driver
1915
1916
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934
1935
1936
1937
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1945
1946
1947
1948
1949
1950
1951
1952
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
1972
1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
Nauvoo
Jasper
Florence
Jasper
Jasper
Jasper
Jasper
Parrish
Alabama City
Brewton
Jasper
Alabama City
Hartselle
Jasper
Tuscaloosa
Birmingham
Fairfax
Brewton
Selma
Sylacauga
Florence
Jasper
Birmingham
Birmingham
Birmingham
Tuscaloosa
Jasper
Jasper
Tuscaloosa
Jasper
Lanett
Mobile
Sylacauga
Florence
Lanett
Birmingham
Millport
Millport
Millport
Millport
Millport
Millport
Lanett
Birmingham
Mobile
Huntsville
Pensacola
Florence
Lanett
Pensacola
Huntsville
Lanett
Panama City
Birmingham
Birmingham
Pensacola
Birmingham
Birmingham
Mobile
Montgomery
Birmingham
Tuscaloosa
Gadsden
Montgomery
Huntsville
Montgomery
Huntsville
Cullman
H. H. Hooker
T. B. Whitehurst
A. B. Anderson
Whitehead
H. J. Beaver
A. B. Anderson
J. M. Kemp
L. A. Huff
C. J. Frost
E. E. Barber
J. C. Turk
J. A. Manasco
J. D. Reid, Sup.
H. F. Tate
J. W. Chambers
G. W. Wall
W. R. Platt
W. P. Calvin
L. M. Blackburn
W. R. Donaldson
M. L. Garrett
J. A. Manasco
J. A. Manasco
J. E. Smith
J. G. Wells
J. G. Wells
A. J. Gunter
J. E. Cook
James Hamilton
Otto Stucki
J. G. Rushing
W. E. Peck
Gordon Winchester
Dallas Baggett
H. E. Benson
H. E. Benson
H. E. Benson
H. E. Benson
H. E. Benson
H. E. Benson
D. K. Ballard
H. W. Hill
Reeford Chaney
M. H. Stocks
Gene Fuller
Ed Phillips
Barney Brumbeloe
T. C. Sanders
Melvin Shrout
Barney Brumbeloe
J. Roy Fuller
D. W. Thaxton
D. W. Thaxton
Ford Boone
Robert Anderson
Robert Anderson
J. P. Jernigan
Martin Higley
Roy T. Nix
W. E. Carruth
Denver Wood
Charles Martin
J. W. (Bill) Lancaster
Charles Martin
Ralph Brown
Charles Fountian Sr.
Gen. Supt.
Reynolds
Ellyson
Ellyson
Bresee
Reynolds
Wilson
(D.S. S. Cal.)
Walker
Goodwin
Reynolds
Williams
Goodwin
Reynolds
Williams
Goodwin
Reynolds
Williams
Reynolds
Goodwin
Williams
Chapman
Reynolds
Chapman
Goodwin
Chapman
Goodwin
Williams
Goodwin
Chapman
Morrison
Williams
Goodwin
Miller
Nease
Chapman
Chapman
Williams
Powers
Miller
Williamson
Powers
Vanderpool
Young
Powers
Williamson
Benner
Young
Powers
Williamson
Vanderpool
Williamson
Powers
Benner
Young
Lewis
Powers
Williamson
Coulter
Young
Benner
Lewis
Stowe
Jenkins
Young
Lewis
Lawlor
Coulter
Lewis
Strickland
Jenkins
Stowe
Greathouse
Coulter
Lewis
Strickland
Dist. Supt.
C. H. Lancaster
C. H. Lancaster
C. H. Lancaster
S. B. Gosey
C. H. Lancaster
C. H. Lancaster
Dist. Sec.
J. W. Randolph
J. W. Randolph
J. A. Romine
W. N. Andrews
W. N. Andrews
J. W. Randolph
C. H. Lancaster
P. M. Covington
P. M. Covington
P. M. Covington
H. H. Hooker
H. H. Hooker
H. H. Hooker
H. H. Hooker
H. H. Hooker
H. H. Hooker
H. H. Hooker
H. H. Hooker
H. H. Hooker
H. H. Hooker
J. E. Gaar
J. A. Manasco
J. A. Manasco
J. A. Manasco
J. A. Manasco
H. H. Hooker
H. H. Hooker
H. H. Hooker
H. H. Hooker
Paul Pitts
Paul Pitts
Paul Pitts
Paul Pitts
E. D. Simpson
E. D. Simpson
E. D. Simpson
E. D. Simpson
E. D. Simpson
Otto Stucki
Otto Stucki
Otto Stucki
Otto Stucki
Otto Stucki
Otto Stucki
C. E. Shumake
C. E. Shumake
C. E. Shumake
C. E. Shumake
C. E. Shumake
L. S. Oliver
L. S. Oliver
L. S. Oliver
L. S. Oliver
L. S. Oliver
L. S. Oliver
L. S. Oliver
Reeford Chaney
Reeford Chaney
Reeford Chaney
Reeford Chaney
Reeford Chaney
Reeford Chaney
Reeford Chaney
Reeford Chaney
Reeford Chaney
Reeford Chaney
Reeford Chaney
Reeford Chaney
Reeford Chaney
W. Charles Oliver
W. Charles Oliver
W. Charles Oliver
W. Charles Oliver
W. Charles Oliver
C. C. Butler
C. C. Butler
J. W. Randolph
J. W. Randolph
J. W. Randolph
Marjorie Tousley
Marjorie Tousley
Marjorie Tousley
C. C. Butler
C. C. Butler
L. B. Mathews
C. H. Lancaster
C. C. Butler
C. C. Butler
C. C. Butler
C. C. Butler
C. C. Butler
H. Honeycutt
H. Honeycutt
H. Honeycutt
H. Honeycutt
H. Honeycutt
H. Honeycutt
H. Honeycutt
H. Honeycutt
H. Honeycutt
H. Honeycutt
J. G. Wells
Otto Stucki
Otto Stucki
Otto Stucki
Otto Stucki
M. C. Garrison
M. C. Garrison
M. C. Garrison
M. C. Garrison
M. C. Garrison
M. C. Garrison
M. C. Garrison
M. C. Garrison
J. E. Compton
J. E. Compton
J. E. Compton
J. E. Compton
Reeford Chaney
Reeford Chaney
Reeford Chaney
Reeford Chaney
Reeford Chaney
Reeford Chaney
Terrell C. Sanders
Terrell C. Sanders
Melvin K. Shrout
Melvin K. Shrout
Don Jernigan
Don Jernigan
Don Jernigan
Don Jernigan
Don Jernigan
Don Jernigan
Don Jernigan
J. W. (Bill) Lancaster
J. W. (Bill) Lancaster
J. W. (Bill) Lancaster
Ken Michael
Ken Michael
Ken Michael
Ken Michael
FINAL SESSION OF THE ALABAMA DISTRICT ASSEMBLY
Date
1983
Place
Cullman
Pastor
James Walker
Gen. Supt.
Strickland
Dist. Supt.
W. Charles Oliver
Dist. Sec.
Don Jernigan
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Nineteen hundred eighty-three marked a significant parallel between the Churches of the Nazarene in
general and the Alabama District Church of the Nazarene in particular as both celebrated their Seventy-fifth
Anniversary. A special 75th Anniversary book was prepared, which traces the history of Alabama District with
pictures of early beginnings and present day facilities together with the pioneers and present pastors who have
played such a significant role in the establishment and maintenance of the church.
The Alabama District Assembly of 1981 voted to create two districts at the annual assembly of 1983:
Alabama North and Alabama South. The culmination of the division occurred on May 5, 1983, at Cullman with
Dr. Orville W. Jenkins presiding over the North and Dr. Charles H. Strickland presiding over the South.
SESSIONS OF THE ALABAMA SOUTH DISTRICT ASSEMBLY
Date
Place
Pastor
Gen. Supt.
Dist. Supt.
Dist. Sec.
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Cullman
Mobile
Dothan
Lanett
Tuscaloosa
Montgomery
Mobile
Tuscaloosa
Tuscaloosa
Dothan
Montgomery
Montgomery
Montgomery
Montgomery
Millbrook
Millbrook
Tuscaloosa Woodhaven
Montgomery
Millbrook
Montgomery
Montgomery
Montgomery
Montgomery
Millbrook
Millbrook
Millbrook
Millbrook
Millbrook
Millbrook
Millbrook
Millbrook
James Walker
Robert L. McKenzie
John E. Powell
R. Phillip Sessions
W. E. Carruth
Steven J. Callis
O. W. Wilson
Timothy W. Carter
Timothy W. Carter
Roger Davis
Bill Stone
Bill Stone
Bill Stone
Charles Martin
Leslie Snodgrass
Leslie Snodgrass
Huey Davis
Harold Matheny
Leslie Snodgrass
Harold Matheny
Harold Matheny
Harold Matheny
Carl Reed
Carl Reed
Carl Reed
Carl Reed
Carl Reed
Carl Reed
Carl Reed
Carl Reed
Carl Reed
Strickland
Jenkins
Jenkins
Stowe
Stowe
Greathouse
Greathouse
Johnson
Johnson
Knight
Knight
Prince
Prince
Cunningham
Cunningham
Diehl
Diehl
Bond
Bond
Porter
Porter
Johnson
Johnson
Gunter
Gunter
Warrick
Warrick
Toler
Toler
Middendorf
Middendorf
Don Jernigan
Don Jernigan
Don Jernigan
Don Jernigan
Don Jernigan
Don Jernigan
R. Phillip Sessions
R. Phillip Sessions
R. Phillip Sessions
R. Phillip Sessions
R. Phillip Sessions
R. Phillip Sessions
R. Phillip Sessions
R. Phillip Sessions
R. Phillip Sessions
J. Roy Fuller
J. Roy Fuller
J. Roy Fuller
J. Roy Fuller
J. Roy Fuller
J. Roy Fuller
J. Roy Fuller
J. Roy Fuller
J. Roy Fuller
J. Roy Fuller
Mark D. Berry
Mark D. Berry
Mark D. Berry
Mark D. Berry
Mark D. Berry
Mark D. Berry
W. J. Harbison
W. J. Harbison
W. J. Harbison
W. J. Harbison
John E. Powell
John E. Powell
John E. Powell
John E. Powell
Timothy W. Carter
Timothy W. Carter
Timothy W. Carter
Timothy W. Carter
H. Eugene Boyett
H. Eugene Boyett
H. Eugene Boyett
H. Eugene Boyett
H. Eugene Boyett
H. Eugene Boyett
H. Lamar Smith
H. Lamar Smith
H. Lamar Smith
H. Lamar Smith
H. Lamar Smith
H. Lamar Smith
H. Lamar Smith
David H. Shirer
David H. Shirer
David H. Shirer
William D. Holley
William D. Holley
William D. Holley
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Contents
I.
Official Directory
A. District Officers
B. Where to Send Monies
C. Other District Services
D. District Boards
E. District Auxiliaries
F. District Missional Areas
G. District Church Directory
H. Elders
I. Ordained Deacons
J. Licensed Ministers
K. Retired Ministers
L. Pastors Serving with Local License/Lay Pastor
M. Registered Evangelists
N. Chaplains
O. Pastoral Appointments by the District Superintendent
P. Lay Ministers
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II.
General Information
46
III.
Plan of Examination
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IV.
Daily Proceedings
50
V.
Reports
A. District Officers
1. District Superintendent
2. SDMI Chairman
3. NMI President
4. NYI President
B. District Boards and Standing Committees
1. District Advisory Board & Properties
2. District Properties Board
3. District Home Missions Board
4. District Board of Ministry
C. Assembly Committees
1. Nominations Committee
2. Finance/Pastoral Care Committee
3. Credit Care Agreement
4. ALCAP Goals
5. Memoirs Report
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85
87
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VI.
Minutes of Auxiliary Conventions
A. SDMI Convention
B. NMI Convention
C. NYI Convention
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VII.
Financial and Statistical
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I. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
A. DISTRICT OFFICERS
Jurisdictional General Superintendent – Dr. Jesse Middendorf
17001 Prairie Star Pkwy, Lenexa, KS 66220 (816) 333-7000
District Superintendent – Dr. Mark D. Berry (Debi)
Residence: 110 Shady Oak Lane, Prattville, AL 36066 (334) 375-7507
Mail: P. O. Box 680898, Prattville, AL 36068
District Office –
Mail: P. O. Box 680898, Prattville, AL 36068 (334) 365-3188; fax: (334) 380-4525
E-mail: [email protected]; website: www.alasouthnaz.org
Location: 950 South Memorial Dr., Suite C, Prattville, AL 36067
District Superintendent Emeriti
Dr. J. Roy Fuller (Nina), 115 Shady Oak Lane, Prattville, AL 36066; (334) 365-4364
E-mail: [email protected]
Dr. R. Phillip Sessions (Mary), 4711 Co. Rd. 1527, Eva, AL 35621 (256-796-4610)
E-mail: [email protected]
District Secretary (Term to expire 2016)
Rev. William D. Holley, 4401 17th St. NE, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404; (205) 553-6845;
(205) 310-1197; E-mail: [email protected]
District Treasurer (Term to expire 2016)
Jimmy Horton, 348 Martin Rd., Sylacauga, AL 35151; (256) 245-3594;
E-mail: [email protected]
District NMI President (Term to expire 2014)
Nina Fuller, 115 Shady Oak Lane, Prattville, AL 36066; (334) 365-4364
E-mail: [email protected]
District SDMI Chairman (Term to expire 2015)
Mitchell L. Powell, 701 Killington Ct., Mobile AL 36609 (606) 923-0398
Email: [email protected]
District NYI President (Term to expire 2014)
Bob Evans, 5100 Old Birmingham Hwy. Apt. #406 Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
(205) 553- 0821 Email: [email protected]
B. WHERE TO SEND MONIES
WORLD EVANGELISM FUND, MISSIONS SPECIALS: Global Treasury Services,
P O Box 843116, Kansas City, MO. 64184-3116
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FAIR SHARE FUND & DISTRICT HEALTH INSURANCE: District Office, P.O. Box 680898
Prattville, AL 36068
SEMINARY OFFERING: Nazarene Theological Seminary 1700 E. Meyer Blvd., Kansas City, MO
64131
BIBLE COLLEGE OFFERING: Nazarene Bible College, 1111 Academy Park Loop, Colorado Springs,
CO 80910-3704
ALCAP: ALCAP, 2376 Lakeside Dr., Birmingham, AL 35244
LINKS, CHILDREN’S PROJECT, DISTRICT WORK AND WITNESS: NMI Treasurer: Diane
Thompson, 845 Thompson Road, Brent, AL 35034 (205) 926-7858
NYI WORK AND WITNESS: NYI Treasurer: Renee Averette, 3804 Derby Downs Dr., Tuscaloosa, AL
35405; (205) 556-2733
C. OTHER DISTRICT SERVICES
District Office Secretary – Debi Berry, P.O. Box 680898, Prattville, AL 36068 (334) 365-3188
District Director of Chaplains – Mitchell Powell, 701 Killington Ct., Mobile AL 36609
(606) 923-0398; Email: [email protected]
Continuing Education Coordinator – Rev. Jeff Skinner, 1834 Firestone Court, Auburn, AL 36830;
(334) 466-8277, E-mail: [email protected]
District Black Ministries Coordinator – Brenda Tyus, 321 Forrest Ave., Selma, AL 36701
(334) 874-8340, E-mail: [email protected]
Minister to Retired Pastors – Dr. Roy Fuller, 115 Shady Oak Lane, Prattville, AL 36066;
(334) 365-4364 E-mail: [email protected]
Rolling Hills Camp – Executive Camp Director, Dan Ventling, 521 Hwy. 304, Calera, AL 35040;
(205) 668-1168; FAX # (205) 668-1083, E-mail: [email protected]
Camp Treasurer – Jeri Ventling, 521 Hwy. 304, Calera, AL 35040 (205) 668-1168,
E-mail: [email protected]
Editor Alabama South Nazarene – Rachel Kuhn, 328 N Cullen Apt 4, Rensselaer, IN 47978
Email: [email protected]
District Finance Committee Chairperson: Jimmy Horton, 348 Martin Rd., Sylacauga, AL 35151;
(256) 245-3594; Email: [email protected]
Director of Alabama Nazarene School of Ministry: Gene Parker, 1819 Poplar Dr., Gardendale, AL 35071
(205) 631-8183 or (205) 370-9015; Email: [email protected]
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D. DISTRICT BOARDS
ADVISORY BOARD
District Superintendent, Dr. Mark D. Berry (ex-officio), Chairman, P.O. Box 680898, Prattville, AL
36068; (334) 365-3188; Email: [email protected]
Advisory Board Secretary – William Holley, 4415 17th St. NE, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
(205) 553-6845; Email: [email protected]
ELDERS:
Term to expire 2014: Andy Rutherford, 2909 Creekstone Lane, Phenix City, AL 36867
(334) 291-1539
Term to expire 2015: William Holley, 4415 17th St. NE, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404, (205) 553-6845
Term to expire 2016: Brenda Tyus, 321 Forrest Ave., Selma, AL 36701 (334) 874-8340
LAY:
Term to expire 2014: Jim Metcalf, 1312 Stanford Dr., Dothan, AL 36305; (334) 794-2958
Term to expire 2015: Dale Strickland, 424 Wetumpka St, Prattville, AL 36067; (334) 365-1166
Term to expire 2016: Jimmy Horton, 348 Martin Rd., Sylacauga, AL 35151; (256) 245-3594
HOME MISSIONS BOARD
District Advisory Board serves as the Home Missions Board.
CHURCH PROPERTIES BOARD
District Advisory Board serves as the Church Properties Board.
BOARD OF MINISTRY
Term to Expire 2013
District Superintendent, Dr. Mark D. Berry (ex-officio), P.O. Box 680898, Prattville, AL 36068;
(334) 365-3188; Email: [email protected]
Chairman: William D. Holley, 4401 17th St. NE, Tuscaloosa, AL. 35404, (205) 553-6845 or
(205) 310-1197 (Email: [email protected])
Secretary: Walter Rezendes, 919 Heritage Dr., Sylacauga, AL. 35150; (256) 369-2412
(Email: [email protected])
District Secretary (ex-officio): William D. Holley, 4401 17th St. NE, Tuscaloosa, AL. 35404
Ministerial Studies Coordinator: Jeff Skinner, 1834 Firestone Court, Auburn, AL 36830; (334) 466-8277,
E-mail: [email protected]
Bonnye Campbell, 1903 28th St., Valley, AL 36854; (334) 768-3565
James Meadows, 306 Cedar St., East Brewton, AL 36426; (251) 867-3503
Carl Reed, 164 Brittany Ct., Wetumpka, AL 36093; (334) 514-7330
Andy Rutherford, 2909 Creekstone Lane, Phenix City, AL 36867; (334) 291-1539
Scott Sessions, 114 Vixen Ct., Dothan, AL 36305; (334) 479-0096
Jeff Skinner, 1834 Firestone Court, Auburn, AL 36830; (334) 466-8277
Brenda Tyus, 321 Forrest Ave., Selma, AL 36701; (334) 874-8340
Freddy Williams, 2505 Heartwood Ave., Cottondale, AL 35453; (205) 556-844
Greg Wood, PO Box 667, Excel, AL 36439; (251) 765-9048
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ALABAMA NAZARENE SCHOOL OF MINISTRY
Director: Gene Parker, 1819 Poplar Dr., Gardendale, AL 35071 (205) 631-8183 or (205) 370-9015;
Email: [email protected]
District Superintendent: Dr. Mark D. Berry, (ex-officio) – P.O. Box 680898, Prattville, AL 36068; (334)
365-3188; Email: [email protected]
Registrar - Walter Rezendes, 919 Heritage Dr., Sylacauga, AL. 35150; (256) 369-2412
(Email: [email protected])
Advisor - Bonnye Campbell, 1903 28th St., Valley, AL 36854; (334) 768-3565
CAMP BOARD
Ex-Officio: District Superintendent, Dr. Mark D. Berry, P.O. Box 680898, Prattville, AL 36068; (334)
365-3188; Email: [email protected]
SDMI Chairman: Mitchell L. Powell, 701 Killington Ct., Mobile AL 36609 (606) 923-0398
Email: [email protected]
District NYI President: Bob Evans (NYI Pres.), 5100 Old Birmingham Hwy. Apt. 406, Tuscaloosa, AL
35404; (205) 553-0821; Email: [email protected]
Members at Large:
Term to expire 2014: Mark Sessions, 313 St. James Dr., Auburn, AL 36830;
(334) 332-8606; Email: [email protected]
Term to expire 2015: Jimmy Horton, 348 Martin Rd., Sylacauga, AL 35151;
(256) 245-3594; Email: [email protected]
Term to expire 2016: Dale Strickland, 424 Wetumpka St, Prattville, AL 36067;
(334) 365-1166; Email: [email protected]
TRUSTEES TO TREVECCA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY
District Superintendent, Dr. Mark D. Berry (ex-officio), P.O. Box 680898, Prattville, AL 36068; (334)
365-3188
ELDER (Term to expire 2016)
Andy Rutherford, 2909 Creekstone Ln., Phenix City, AL 36867; (334) 291-1539
LAY (Term to expire 2014)
Dr. John Dunn, 21 Foxchase Dr., Dothan, AL 36305; (334) 671-8382
COURT OF APPEALS
(Ex-Officio) District Superintendent, Dr. Mark D. Berry, Chairman, P.O. Box 680898, Prattville, AL
36068; (334) 365-3188
ELDERS (Terms to expire 2014)
Scott Sessions, 114 Vixen Ct., Dothan, AL 36305; (334) 479-0096
James Walker, 4477 Heatherbrook Blvd., Tuscaloosa, AL 35405; (205) 554-0658
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LAY (Terms to expire 2014)
Jimmy Horton, 348 Martin Road, Sylacauga, AL 35151; (256) 245-3594
Jim Metcalf, 1312 Stanford Dr., Dothan, AL 36305; (334) 794-2958
LAY RETREAT BOARD
Chairman: Jimmy & Shirley Horton, 348 Martin Rd., Sylacauga, AL 35151;
(256) 245-3594 Email: [email protected]
Secretary: Rachel Underwood, 700 Allie Valley Rd., Deatsville, AL 36022; (334) 285-0810
Treasurer: Ronda Williams, 1114 Belleville Ave., Brewton, AL 36426; (251) 809-0449
SDMI Chairperson: Mitchell L. Powell, 701 Killington Ct., Mobile AL 36609; (606) 923-0398
Email: [email protected]
Advisors: Dr. Mark and Debi Berry, 110 Shady Oak Lane, Prattville, AL 36066
(334) 365-3188
TERMS and MISSION AREA (ZONE) REPRESENTATION:
Terms to Expire 2014
(Capital) Terry & Rachel Underwood, 700 Allie Valley Rd., Deatsville, AL 36022;
(334) 285-0810
(Mobile) Dirk & Amanda Young, 1521 Ridgeland Rd., Mobile AL 36695; (251) 709-3555
Terms to Expire 2015
(Singles) Ronda Williams, 1114 Belleville Ave., Brewton, AL 36426; (251) 809-0449
Terms to Expire 2016
(Valley) Gerald & Dot Brumbeloe, 1709 N. 3rd St., Lanett, AL 36863; (334) 644-2462
(N. Central) Jimmy & Shirley Horton, 348 Martin Rd, Sylacauga, AL 35151; (256) 245-3594
(Dothan) Paul & Shelly Meadows, 209 Creek Ridge, Dothan, AL 36301; (334) 790-2767
PRIME TIME RETREAT BOARD
Director: Danny Curtis, 615 Ginger Circle, LaGrange, GA 30240; (706) 882-1717
Treasurer: Grace Maddux, 2211 U. S. Hwy. 29, Valley, AL 36854; (334) 756-4882
Secretary: Martha Curtis, 615 Ginger Circle, LaGrange, GA 30240; (706) 882Members At Large:
Danny & Martha Curtis, 615, Ginger Circle, LaGrange, GA 30240; (706) 882-1717
Nancy Meigs, 202 Pine St., Valley, AL 36854; (334) 756-3695
Virginia Mitchell, P.O. Box 38, Shelby, AL, 35143; (205) 669-6481
Barbara Moore, P.O. Box 893, Columbiana, AL, 35051; (205) 669-6926
Henry & Laura Osborne, P.O. Box 364, Lanett, AL 36863; (334) 644-1650
1717Jimmy & Barbara Marshall, 1013 Park Hill Dr, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404 (205) 553-5600
Advisors: Dr. Mark and Debi Berry, P O Box 680898, Prattville, AL 36068; (334) 365-3188
E. DISTRICT AUXILIARIES
1. District Board of Sunday School and Discipleship Ministries International (SDMI)
Chairman (Term to expire 2015): Mitchell L. Powell, 701 Killington Ct., Mobile AL 36609
(606) 923-0398; Email: [email protected]
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Secretary: Heather Weatherspoon, 6163 Andrew Jackson PL., Mobile, AL. 36619, (251) 666-0040;
802-2036, Email: [email protected]
Treasurer: Carl Reed, 3251 Browns Rd., Millbrook AL 36054; (334) 285-7509,
Ex-Officio
District Superintendent, Dr. Mark D. Berry, P.O. Box 680898, Prattville, AL 36068
(334) 365-3188
Nina Fuller, NMI Pres, 115 Shady Oak Lane, Prattville, AL 36066; (334) 365-4364
Bob Evans, NYI Pres., 5100 Old Birmingham Hwy. Apt. 406, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404;
(205) 553-0821
Members at Large:
(Term to Expire 2014) Jim Metcalf, 1312 Stanford Dr., Dothan, AL 36305; (334) 794-2958
(Term to Expire 2015) Matt Hinson, 1185 Emerald Mountain Parkway, Wetumpka, AL 36093
(334) 531-4804
(Term to Expire 2016) Walter Rezendes, 919 Heritage Dr., Sylacauga, AL. 35150; (256) 369-2412
(Email: [email protected])
ADULT Division:
Adult Director: Caleb Strickland, 444 Wetumpka St., Prattville, AL. 36067; (334) 318-0975
Lay Retreat Directors: Jimmy & Shirley Horton, 348 Martin Rd., Sylacauga, AL 35151; (256) 245-3594
Prime Time Director: Danny & Martha Curtis, 615 Ginger Circle, LaGrange, GA 30240; (706) 882-1717
Women's Ministries Director: Thelma Patrick, 301 E Broadway, Summerdale, AL 36580 (251) 989-2478
Men's Retreat Directors: TBD
Single Adult Ministry Director: Ronda Williams, 1114 Bellville Ave., East Brewton, AL 36426
(251) 809-0449
CLT Director: Carl Reed, 3251 Browns Rd., Millbrook, AL 36054; (334) 285-7509
Youth Division: District NYI Organization
CHILDREN’S DIVISION:
Children's Director: Jeff Woods, 300 Thompson St., Columbiana, AL. 35051, (205) 275-5126
Children’s Quizzing Director: Lahoma Joiner, 50 Magnolia Lane, Kellyton, AL 35089
(256) 329-7791
Children's Camp Director: Susan Broadhead, PO Box 2281, Semmes, AL. 36575, (251) 463-5544,
Email: [email protected]
Heavenly Star Search: Lauren Minton, 272 Payson Rd., Deatsville, AL 36022; (334) 414-9384
2. District Nazarene Missions International Council (NMI)
President (Term to expire 2014): Nina Fuller, 115 Shady Oak Lane, Prattville, AL 36066,
(334) 365-4364; E-mail: [email protected]
District Superintendent, Dr. Mark D. Berry (ex-officio), P.O. Box 680898, Prattville, AL 36068;
(334) 365-3188, Email: [email protected]
Vice-President: Debi Berry, P.O. Box 680898, Prattville, AL 36068; (334) 365-3188
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Email: [email protected]
Secretary: Donna Angerbrandt, 3828 Hwy 2, Graceville, FL 32440; (850) 263-0212
Email: [email protected]
Treasurer: Diane Thompson, 845 Thompson Road, Brent, AL 35034; (205) 926-7858
Email: [email protected]
Prayer and Fasting: Lavelle Nobles, 50 Patterson Rd, Ft. Mitchell, AL 36856 (334) 855-0403
Children’s NMI Director: Judy Wyatt, 5531 8th Street East, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
(205) 361-7032; Email: [email protected]
LINKS: Beckie Shackelford, 443 Eton Dr., Dothan, AL 36305; (334) 793-1946
Email: [email protected]
Missionary Health Care: Debi Berry, P O Box 680898, Prattville, AL 36068; (334) 365-3188
Mission Work and Witness: June Jarrell, 24 Ben Powell Rd., Wagarville, AL 36585
(251) 472-7674; Email: [email protected]
Deputation: Dot Brumbeloe, 1709 N. 3rd St., Lanett, AL 36863; (334) 644-2462
Email: [email protected]
Mission Education: Lisa Skinner, P.O. Box 1595, Auburn, AL 36830; (334) 501-7422
Email: [email protected]
World Mission Broadcast: Dorothy Heller, 277 Old Hwy 31, Flomaton, AL 36441
(251) 296-3710; Email: [email protected]
Alabaster: Beth Hopkins, 271 Springwood Circle, Deatsville, AL 36022; (334) 538-2452
Email: [email protected]
Compassionate Ministries: Freddy Williams, 2505 Heartwood Ave., Cottondale, AL 35453
(205) 556-8446; Email: [email protected]
Mission Call/Youth Liaison – Rev. Randy Parmer, P O Box 610, Lanett, AL 36863 (478) 290-9565
Email: [email protected]
3. District Nazarene Youth International (NYI)
President (Term to expire 2014): Bob Evans, 5100 Old Birmingham Hwy. Apt. 406, Tuscaloosa, AL
35404; (205) 553-0821; (205) 799-6285; Email: [email protected]
District Superintendent, Dr. Mark D. Berry (ex-officio), P.O. Box 680898, Prattville, AL 36068;
(334) 365-3188
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Vice-President: Allen Averette, 3804 Derby Downs Dr., Tuscaloosa, AL 35405; (205) 826-1407
Email: [email protected]
Secretary: Ashley Sessions, 313 St. James Dr., Auburn, AL 36830, (334) 332-2084)
Email: [email protected]
Treasurer: Renee Averette, 3804 Derby Downs Dr., Tuscaloosa, AL 35405; (205) 799-8284Email:
[email protected]
District NYI Event Registrar: Allen Averette, 3804 Derby Downs Dr., Tuscaloosa, AL 35405; (205) 8261407 Email: [email protected]
Young Adult Director: Randy Palmer, P O Box 610, Lanett, AL. 36863 (334) 644-1902
Senior Youth Director: Krystal Scott, 4328 Live Oak Dr., Auburn, AL. 36830, (859) 608-5060
Email: [email protected]
Early Youth Director: Matt Hinson, 1185 Emerald Mountain Parkway, Wetumpka, AL 36093
(334) 531-4804, Email: [email protected]
Bible Quizzing: TBD
TNT Director: Bob Evans, 5100 Old Birmingham Hwy. Apt. 406, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404;
(205) 553-0821; (205) 799-6285; Email: [email protected]
[email protected] Sports Director: Seth Wilcox, 29648 Antioch Rd., Andalusia, AL 36421, (334) 222-4606
Refuel Director: Bob Evans, 5100 Old Birmingham Hwy. Apt. 406, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404;
(205) 553-0821; (205) 799-6285; Email: [email protected]
NYI Offering Project: Volleyball equipment for Rolling Hills Camp Ground
Camp Director: Lisa Skinner, 1834 Firestone Court, Auburn, AL 36830; (706) 888-9932
E-Mail: [email protected]
Missions Director: Bob Evans, 5100 Old Birmingham Hwy. Apt. 406, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404;
(205) 553-0821; (205) 799-6285; Email: [email protected]
YES Mentor: Randy Palmer, P O Box 610, Lanett, AL. 36863 (334) 644-1902
Early Youth Members At Large:
Amery Morehead, 1081 Honeysuckle Rd., Dothan, AL. 36305 (334) 792-6974
Rebecca Sivley, 1801 44th Ave. NE, Tuscaloosa, AL. 35404, (205)
Garrison Wise, 1081 Honeysuckle Rd., Dothan, AL. 36305 (334) 792-6974
Senior Youth Members At Large:
Lance Sessions, 313 St. James Dr. Auburn, AL 36830; (334) 332-6084
Email: [email protected]
Emily Shirah, 1224 Chimney Top Dr. W., Mobile, AL 36695 (251) 751-7901
Email: [email protected]
Tyler Walker, 1707 44th Ave. NE, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404, (205) 657-6919
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Young Adult Members At Large:
Kayley Grubb, 2535 Fieldbrook Dr., Mobile, AL. 36695, (251) 634-8624
Kelli Wilcox, 29648 Antioch Rd., Andalusia, AL 36421, (334) 222-4606
Olivia Williams, 2815 16th Ave., Valley, AL. 36854; (706) 254-8337
Email: [email protected]
F. DISTRICT MISSION AREAS
CAPITAL: Millbrook, Montgomery Capital City, Montgomery First, Praise Park Ministries Selma West
Village
Missional Leader – Carl Reed, 164 Brittany Ct., Wetumpka, AL 36093 (334) 514-7330
SDMI Chairman –Eric Ellis, 5290 Paige Hills Dr., Elmore, AL 36025 (334) 285-9143
NMI Chairman – Beth Hopkins, 271 Springwood Circle, Deatsville, AL 36022 (334) 538-2452
NYI Chairman – Caleb Strickland, 444 Wetumpka St., Prattville, AL 36067 (334) 318-0975 Email:
[email protected]
CHATTAHOOCHEE VALLEY: Dadeville, Eagle Pointe, Huguley, Lanett First, God’s Glory
Ministries, Landmark, Roanoke, Rock Mills, Shawmut First, Valley First
Missional Leader – Tim Campbell, 1903 28th St., Valley, AL. 36854; (334) 768-2496
SDMI Chairman – Ricky Etchison, 746 Central Ave. Roanoke, AL. 36274; (334) 863-6524
NMI Chairman – Lavelle Nobles, 50 Patterson Rd., Ft. Mitchell, AL 36856; (334) 855-0403
NYI Chairman – Tamra Reaves, 1806 32nd St., Valley, AL. 36854 (334) 524-0327
DOTHAN: Dothan First, Dothan Northside
Missional Leader – Scott Sessions, 114 Vixen Ct., Dothan, AL 36305; (334) 479-0096
SDMI Chairman – Jim Metcalf, 1312 Stanford Dr., Dothan AL 36305; (334) 794-2958
NMI Chairman – Beckie Shackelford, 443 Eton Dr., Dothan, AL 36305; (334) 793-1946
NYI Chairman – Ashley Sessions, 400 Burt Dr. Apt. C47, Dothan, AL 3630, (334) 332-2084
MOBILE: Bayview, Calvert, Jackson, Lighthouse, Millry, Mobile First, Mobile Parkview, Mobile
Riverside, Newstart Community, Open Arm’s Ministry, Robertsdale, Saraland
Missional Leader – Spencer Baggott, 666 Azalea Rd., Mobile, AL 36609
SDMI Chairman – Melissa Aaron, 4146 Winchester Dr W, Semmes, AL 36575; (251) 689-2376
NMI Chairman – Amanda Young, 1521 Ridgeland Rd., Mobile, AL 36695; (251) 660-0994
NYI Chairman – Zach Baker, 1313 Schillengers Rd., Apt. 1121, Mobile, AL 36695, (251) 622-8826
NORTH CENTRAL: Childersburg, Heritage, Columbiana, Sylacauga First, Trinity.
Missional Leader – Larry Spraker, 20120 Hwy. 25 Bypass, Columbiana, AL 35051, (205) 669-7306
Email: [email protected]
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SDMI Chairman – Jean Webb, 1124 Sequoia Trail, Alabaster, AL 35007; (205) 283-6058
NMI Chairman – Sue Williams, 201 Skyview Rd., Sylacauga, AL. 35150; (256) 249-0822
NYI Chairman – Walter Rezendes, 919 Heritage Dr., Sylacauga, AL. 35150; (256) 369-2412
(Email: [email protected])
SOUTH CENTRAL: East Brewton, Excel (Enoch Johnson Memorial), Monroeville, New Providence.
Missional Leader – James Meadows, 306 Cedar St East Brewton, AL 36426; (251) 867-3503
SDMI Chairman – James Meadows, 306 Cedar St, East Brewton, AL 36426; (251) 867-3503
NMI Chairman – Dorothy Heller, 277 Old Hwy 31, Flomaton, AL 36441; (251) 296-3710
NYI Chairman – Nevin Heller, 7542 Jefferson Ave., Century, FL 32535 (251) 236-1850 Email:
[email protected]
TUSCALOOSA: Cottondale, Demopolis, Moundville, Peterson, Ridgeville, Spencer,
Taylor's Chapel, Tuscaloosa Cross Pointe, Tuscaloosa First, Tuscaloosa Holten Heights,
Tuscaloosa South, Wallace Chapel
Missional Leader – James Walker, P O Box 1321, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401; (205) 758-3255
SDMI Chairman – Paula Peacock, 3460 Argonne Rd., Duncanville, AL 35456 (205) 349-5233
NMI Chairman – Freddy Williams, 2505 Heartwood Ave, Cottondale, AL 35453 (205) 556-8446
NYI Chairman – Dee Taylor, 6925 Will Starnes Dr., Tuscaloosa, AL 35404; (205) 556-3667 Email:
[email protected]
G. DISTRICT CHURCH DIRECTORY
Auburn Eagle Pointe
(CTM) (080-0115)
Mail: P.O. Box 1595, Auburn, AL 36831
Location: 1975 Mall Blvd. Suite 105, Auburn, AL 36831
Pastor: (03/06) Jeffery D. Skinner (Lisa), 1834 Firestone Court, Auburn, AL 36830
Email: [email protected]
(334) 466-8277
Assoc. Pastor: Krystal G. Scott, P O Box 1595, Auburn, AL 36831
Email: [email protected]
(859) 608-5060
Vis. Min: Janet Gilbert, P.O. Box 1595, Auburn, AL 36831
SDMI Supt.: Lisa Skinner, 1834 Firestone Ct., Auburn, AL 36380
(334) 466-8277
Children’s Min Dir: Courtney Price, P.O. Box 1595, Auburn, AL 36831
NYI Dir/Pres: Lisa Skinner, 1834 Firestone Court, Auburn, AL 36830
(334) 466-8277
Women’s Min Dir: Judy Skinner, Email: [email protected]
(706) 888-9932
NMI Pres.: Betty Smallwood, 2952 Lynda Ln., Columbus, GA 31906
Email: [email protected]
(706) 561-3648
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Church Board Sec.: Betty Smallwood, 2952 Lynda Lane, Columbus, GA 31906 (706) 561-3648
Church Board Treas: Ashley Bonifay, P O Box 1595, Auburn, AL 36831
Bayview
(334) 663-5480
Organized (1992) (080-0035)
Location: 10350 Hwy 188, Grand Bay, AL 36541
(251) 824-1515
Pastor: (3/13): Joe “Bubba” Parker, 10350 Hwy 188, Grand Bay, AL 36541
Email: [email protected]
(251) 455-1629
Music Director: Donna Jean Bates, 13870 Vernberg Ave., Bayou La Batre, AL 36509
Email: [email protected]
(251) 402-2345
SDMI Supt.: Audrey Parker, 8341A East Rabby, Bayou La Batre, AL 36509
Email: [email protected]
(251) 824-4897
Children’s Min. Dir.: Brenna Sprinkle, 8570 Gibson Rd., Bayou La Batre, AL 36509
Email: [email protected]
(251) 366-2628
NYI Pres.: Joe “Bubba” Parker, 10350 Hwy 188, Grand Bay, AL 36541
(251) 455-1629
Women’s Min. Dir.: Elaine Johnson, 8321 Pirtle St., Coden, AL 36523
NMI Pres: Sheri Willett, 9375 Sincerity Lane, Irvington, AL 36544; Email: [email protected]
Church Board Sec.: Donna Jean Bates, 13870 Vernberg Ave., Bayou La Batre, AL 36509
Email: [email protected]
(251) 402-2345
Church Board Treas: Felicia Douglass, 13575 N. Wintzell Ave., Bayou La Batre, AL 3650
Email: [email protected]
Calvert
Organized (1928) (080-0040)
Mail: P O Box 190, Calvert, AL 36513 Location: Hwy. 43 S., Calvert, AL 36513 (251) 829-6783
Pastor: (01/13) Tim Sullivan (Laura), P O Box 171, Wagarville, AL. 36585
Email: [email protected]
(251) 769-5592
Music Director: Ronnie Jarrell, 634 Richard Seale Rd, McIntosh, AL 36553
(251) 944-2381
SDMI Supt.: Penny Nichols, 1860 Cortelyou Rd., Wagarville, AL 36585
(251) 454-8309
NYI Pres.: Jennifer Nichols, 1860 Cortelyou Rd., Wagarville, AL 36585
(251) 509-6362
Children’s Min Dir: Laura Sullivan, P O Box 171, Wagarville, AL. 36585
Email: [email protected]
(251) 769-3917
Visitation Min.: Tim Sullivan, P O Box 171, Wagarville, AL. 36585
Email: [email protected]
(251) 769-5592
Adult Min Dir.: Judy Smith, P O Box 183, Leroy, AL 36580
Email: [email protected]
(251) 751-5409
Prime Time Dir.: June Jarrell, 24 Ben Powell Rd, Wagarville, AL 36585
Email: [email protected]
(251) 472-7674
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Men’s Min. Dir.: Tim Sullivan, P O Box 171, Wagarville, AL. 36585
(251) 769-5592
Women’s Min. Dir.: Terri Jarrell, 19520 Hwy 43, Mt. Vernon, AL 36560
(251) 709-2888
NMI Pres.: June Jarrell, 24 Ben Powell Rd, Wagarville, AL 36585
(251) 472-7674
Work & Witness Coord: Donnie Jarrell, P O Box 24, Calvert, AL 36513
Email: [email protected]
(251) 829-9527
Church Board Sec.: June Jarrell, 24 Ben Powell Rd, Wagarville, AL 36585
(251) 472-7674
Church Treas.: Judy Smith, P O Box 183, Leroy, AL 36580
(251) 751-5409
Childersburg (Inactive)
(2013) Organized (1951) (080-0050)
Mail: P O Box 508, Childersburg, AL 35044 Location: 1090 4th St SW, Childersburg, AL 35044
(256) 378-7878
Church Treas.: Billie McDaniel, 49 Merkel Loop, Sylacauga, AL. 35151
(256) 245-0999, Cell (256) 404-0583
Email: [email protected]
Columbiana
Organized (1972)
(080-0070)
Mail: P. O. Box 1330, Columbiana, AL 35051 Email: [email protected]
Location: 20200 Hwy. 25 Bypass, Columbiana, AL 35051
(205) 669-4777
Pastor: (06/12) Larry Spraker (Mary Anne), 20120 Hwy. 25 Bypass, Columbiana, AL 35051
Email: [email protected]
(205) 669-7306
Assoc Pastor: Jeffery “Jeff” Woods, 300 Thompson St., Columbiana, AL 35051 (205) 275-5126
SDMI Supt.: Jean Webb, 1124 Sequoia Trail, Alabaster, AL 35007
Email: [email protected]
(205) 663-2515
Children’s Min. Dir.: Lisa Sallas, 101 Palm St., Columbiana, AL 35051, Email: [email protected]
(205) 669-0678
NYI Pres.: Angie Echols, 1056 Hwy. 99, Shelby, AL 35143, Email: [email protected]
(205) 669-1823
Adult Dir.: Janet Young, 51 Cain Rd., Chelsea, AL 35043, Email: [email protected]
(205) 678-9836
Men’s Min. Dir: Wayne Vansant, 378 Mooney Rd, Columbiana, AL 35051
(205) 669-3284
Women’s Min. Dir.: Heidee Vansant, 378 Mooney Rd, Columbiana, AL 35051 (205) 669-3284
Email: [email protected]
Prime Time Dir.: Janet Young, 51 Cain Rd., Chelsea, AL 35043, Email: [email protected]
NMI Pres.: Audrey Coles, 17156 Co. Rd. 29, Jemison, AL 35085
(205) 688-4574
Church Board Sec.: Heidee Vansant, 378 Mooney Rd., Columbiana, AL 35051 (205) 669-3284
Church Treas.: Jean Webb, 1124 Sequoia Trail, Alabaster, AL 35007
(205) 283-6058
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Community of Hope
Parent Affiliated Church (PAC) Columbiana COTN (2013) (080-0007)
Mail: P O Box 508, Childersburg, AL 35044 Location: 1090 4th St SW, Childersburg, AL 35044
(256) 378-7878
Pastor: (03/13) Larry Spraker, 20120 Hwy. 25 Bypass, Columbiana, AL 35051
Email: [email protected]
(205) 669-7306
Cottondale
Organized (1938) (080-0080)
Location/Mail: 1624 Prude Mill Rd., Cottondale, AL 35453
(205) 752-5204
Pastor: (5/98) Linda Goins-Shuttlesworth (Mark), 519 Stone River Road, Tuscaloosa, AL 35406
(205) 752-5204
Assoc Pastor: Henry Joiner (Treva), 7447 Buttermilk Rd., Cottondale, AL 35453
Email: [email protected]
(205) 886-4515
Music Dir.: Henry Joiner, 7447 Buttermilk Rd., Cottondale, AL 35453
(205) 886-4515
SDMI Supt.: Larry Holemon (Sharon), 14639 Keenes Mill Rd., Cottondale, AL 35453
(205) 556-4003
Children’s Min. Dir.: Sandy Kizziah, P.O. Box 493, Cottondale, AL 35453
(205) 556-1629
Women’s Min. Dir.: Treva Joiner, 7447 Buttermilk Rd., Cottondale, AL 35453
(205) 886-4515
NMI Pres.: Jearld Goins, P.O. Box 174, Cottondale, AL 35453
(205) 553-4595
Church Board Sec.: Treva Joiner, 7447 Buttermilk Rd., Cottondale, AL 35453
(205) 886-4515
Church Treas.: Treva Joiner, 7447 Buttermilk Rd., Cottondale, AL 35453
(205) 886-4515
Demopolis
Organized (1983) (080-0092)
Location: 4290 Hwy. 80 E., Gallion, AL 36742
(334) 289-0650
Pastor: (4/99) Alfred Ashworth (Gail), 150 Vinyard Dr., Gallion, AL 36732
Email: [email protected]
(334) 507-0398
Music Dir.: Mildred McGee, P O Box 506 Demopolis, AL 36732
(334) 289-4464
NMI Pres.: Mildred McGee, P O Box 506 Demopolis, AL 36732
(334) 289-4464
Church Board Sec.: Millie McGee, P O Box 506 Demopolis, AL 36732
(334) 289-4464
Church Treas.: Donnie McGee, P O Box 506 Demopolis, AL 36732
(334) 289-4464
Dothan First
Organized (1943) (080-0100)
Location/Mail: 1081 Honeysuckle Rd., Dothan, AL 36305
(334) 792-6974
Fax: (334) 792-3376 Web Site: www.dothanfirst.org Email: [email protected]
Pastor: (6/09) S. Scott Sessions (Amy) 114 Vixen Ct., Dothan, AL 36305
Email: [email protected]
(334) 479-0096
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Office Administrator: Donna Angerbrandt, 3828 Hwy 2, Graceville, FL 32440
(850) 263-0212
Assoc. Pastor: Lance Conn (Debra), 1313 Stanford Rd., Dothan, AL 36305
(334) 796-8513
Worship Leader: Tim Benton, 206 Glencoe Way, Dothan, AL 36305
(334) 793-6936
Music Min.: Lucci Brisc, 115 Denise St., Dothan, AL36305
(334) 403-8022
SDMI Supt.: Jim Metcalf, 1312 Stanford Dr., Dothan, AL 36305
(334) 794-2958
Children’s Min. Dir.: B J Ball, 172 Glanton St., Newville, AL 36353
(334) 889-3319
Youth Dir/NYI: Ashley Session, 400 Burt Dr. Apt. C47, Dothan, AL. 36305
(334) 332-2084
Men’s Min. Dir.: Dr. John Dunn, 21 Foxchase Dr., Dothan, AL 36305
(334) 671-8382
NMI Pres.: Sheryl Cullifer, 211 Melrose Ln., Dothan, AL 36303
(334) 677-1147
NDR Coord.: Mike Inscho, 3959 Hwy 273, Graceville, FL 32440
(850) 638-0026
Church Board Sec.: Billie Jo Tharp, 104 Rickey Dr., Dothan, AL 36301
(334) 791-1819
Church Treas.: Carolyn Smith, 210 Glen Eagles Dr., Dothan, AL 36305
(334) 792-6312
Dothan Northside
Organized (1972) (080-0110)
Location/Mail: 2848 N. Denton Rd., Dothan, AL 36303
Pastor: (3/93) Lester Ford, 1047 3rd Ave., Dothan, AL 36301
Email: [email protected]
(334) 793-7603
Assoc. Pastor: James G. Dye (Virginia) 2155 Hwy 179 N, Bonifay, FL 32425
(850) 548-5290
NMI Pres.: Carolyn Thompson, 322 Mona Dr. Apt. 2, Dothan, AL 36303
(334) 333-6646
Church Board Sec.: Glenda Powers, 2600 Halls Mill Road, Dothan, AL 36305
Email: [email protected]
(334) 701-2829
Church Treas.: Glenda Powers, 2600 Halls Mill Road, Dothan, AL 36305
(334) 701-2829
East Brewton
Organized (1921) (080-0120)
Location/Mail: 307 Cedar Street, East Brewton, AL 36426 Fax: (251) 867-9473 (251) 867-9473
Email: [email protected] Web Site: www.nazarene.ch/eastbrewton.com
Pastor: (09/97) James A. Meadows (Lanita), 306 Cedar St., East Brewton, AL 36426
Email: [email protected]
(251) 867-3503
Assoc. Pastor: Herbert P. Heller (Dorothy), 277 Old Highway 31, Flomaton, AL 36441
(251) 296-3710
Assoc. Pastor: Jeffrey Carlson (Sandi), 202 N. Pine St., East Brewton, AL 36426 (251) 867-8607
Music Director: Tom Henderson, 234 Crossley Ln., Brewton, AL 36426
(251) 867-7849
SDMI Supt.: Bret Dehoff, 208 N. Pine St., Brewton, AL 36426
(251) 867-8019
NYI Pres.: Jerry Wilson, 6489 Appleton Rd., Brewton, AL 36426
(251) 809-2936
Single Adult Min Dir: Ronda Williams, 1114 Bellville Ave, Brewton, AL 36426 (251) 809-0449
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NMI Pres.: Tammy Heller, 7542 Jefferson St., Century, FL 32535
(850) 256-3121
CLT Dir.: Carolyn Jordan, 1207 Dailey St., East Brewton, AL 36426
(251) 867-4722
Church Board Sec.: Carolyn Jordan, 1207 Dailey St., East Brewton, AL 36426
(251) 867-4722
Church Treas.: Lillian Heller, 319 Old Highway 31, Flomaton, AL. 36441
(251) 296-4374
Excel E. J. Memorial
Organized (1926) (080-0130)
Mail: P. O. Box 667, Excel, AL 36439 Web Address: www.excelnazarene.com
Email: [email protected]
Location: 80 Harding Ave., Excel, AL. 36439
(251) 765-2431
Pastor: (06/07) Gregory L. Wood (Kris), 61 Harding St., Excel, AL 36439
Email: [email protected]
(251) 765-9048
Music Director: Kris Wood, P. O. Box 667, Excel, AL 36439
(251) 765-9048
Vis. Min.: John Elliott, 842 Salter Ln., Monroeville, AL 36460
(251) 765-2257
SDMI Supt.: Randy Kelly, 247 Salter Ln., Monroeville, AL 36460
(251) 765-2377
Children’s Min. Dir.: Rose Marie Kelly, 247 Salter Ln, Monroeville, AL 36460 (251) 765-2377
NYI Pres.: Amanda Nall, P O Box 517, Excel, AL 36460
(251) 765-2671
Prime Time Min. Dir.: Joe Powell, 187 Petty Ln., Monroeville, AL 36460
(251) 765-9054
Men’s Min. Dir.: Marvin Marrow, P O Box 561, Excel, AL 36439
(251) 765-2353
Women’s Min. Dir.: Sharon Stuart, 202 Forest Ln., Monroeville, AL 36460
(251) 765-2523
NMI Pres.: Ann Chandler, 260 Persimmon Rd., Monroeville, AL 36460
(251) 564-2212
CLT Dir.: Kelly Castillow, 2420 Hwy. 136 W., Monroeville, AL 36460
(251) 765-3193
Church Board Sec.: Beverly Marrow, P O Box 561, Excel, AL 36439
(251) 765-2353
Church Treas.: Rose Marie Kelly, 247 Salter Ln., Monroeville, AL 36460
(251) 765-2377
God’s Glory Ministries
Location: 1500 Bruce Ave., Opelika, AL 36801
Mail: 917 Rialto Dr., Montgomery, AL 36117
(CTM)_(080-0002)
(334) 737-0443
Fax (334) 737-0447
Pastor: (4/09) Jeffrey McCoy (Andrea) 917 Rialto Dr., Montgomery, AL 36117 (334) 737-0443
Email: [email protected]
Dir/Principal: Jeffrey McCoy, 917 Rialto Dr., Montgomery, AL 36117
(334) 279-6348
Men’s Min. Dir.: Jeffrey McCoy, 917 Rialto Dr., Montgomery, AL 36117
(334) 279-6348
Women’s Min. Dir.: Andrea McCoy, 917 Rialto Dr., Montgomery, AL 36117
(334) 279-6348
Church Board Sec.: Anissa Parker, 5920 Bramblewood PL., Montgomery, AL. 36116
Treasurer: Keitha Parker, 4281 Shamrock Ln., Montgomery, AL. 36106
(334) 356-2199
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Heritage
Organized (2001) (080-0155)
Location/Mail: 610 Dennis St., Clanton, AL 35045
(205) 294-9849
Pastor: (00/00) TBD
Music Dir.: Bill Collum, 1219 Poplar Springs Rd., Clanton, AL 35045
Email: [email protected]
(205) 312-1296
SDMI Supt.: Gene Sanders, 630 Thrash Rd., Clanton, AL 35045
Email: [email protected]
(205) 337-9170
Church Board Sec.: Bill Collum, 1219 Poplar Springs Rd., Clanton, AL 35045
Email: [email protected]
(205) 312-1296
Church Treas.: Keva Collum, 1219 Poplar Springs Rd., Clanton, AL 35085
(205) 389-3703
Huguley
Organized (1945) (080-0160)
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Mail: 2855 49 Ave. SW, Lanett, AL 36863
Location: 2116 Veteran’s Memorial Pkwy., Lanett, AL 36863
(334) 576-2498
Pastor: (10/11) Gary Aldridge (Anita), 2855 49th Ave. SW, Lanett, AL 36863
Email: [email protected]
(205) 389-3889
Music Dir: Anita Aldridge, 2855 49th Ave. SW, Lanett, AL 36863
(334) 657-8904
SDMI Supt.: Tony Gaither, 2051 Magnolia Rd., Lanett, AL 36863
(334) 576-2317
Church Board Sec.: Tony Gaither, 2051 Magnolia Rd., Lanett, AL. 36863
(334) 576-2317
Church Treas.: Anita Aldridge, 2855 49th Ave. SW, Lanett, AL 36863
(334) 657-8904
Jackson
Organized (1938) (080-0170)
Mail: P. O. Box 925; Location: 701 Oak St., Jackson, AL 36545
Pastor: (7/11) James Gates (Brenda), 107 Old Ferry Rd., Jackson, AL 36545
(251) 246-4360
SDMI Supt.: Tracy Hall, 105 Buena Vista Dr., Jackson, AL 36545
Email: [email protected]
(251) 246-6974
NYI Pres.: Christal Hall, 105 Buena Vista Dr., Jackson, AL 36545
Email: [email protected]
(251) 246-6974
NMI Pres.: Christal Hall, 105 Buena Vista Drive, Jackson, AL 36545
(251) 246-6974
Church Board Sec.: Christal Hall, 105 Buena Vista Drive, Jackson, AL 36545
(251) 246-6974
Church Treas.: Sharon Phillips, 530 Guy Street, Jackson, AL 36545
(251) 246-7341
Lake Martin
Location: 75 Hors Hoe Bend Rd., Dadeville, AL 36853
Organized (1986) (080-0013)
(765) 414-9875
Pastor: (03/11) Dean Hornaday (Tracey), 326 Windsor Dr., Auburn, AL 36832 (334) 209-0967
Email: [email protected]
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Office Secretary: Lara Landrum
Assoc. Pastor: Troy Dowding
Music Dir.: Dean Hornaday
Vis. Min.: Leon Haynes
Ch Ed: Lahoma Joiner
SDMI: Leon Haynes
Youth Dir/NYI Pres.: Lara Landrum
Primetime: Barbara Haynes
Men’s Min. Dir.: Scotty Goodson
Women’s Min. Dir.: Sheila Hodge
NMI Pres.: Troy Dowding
Church Board Sec.: Lara Landrum
Church Treas.: Lahoma Joiner
Landmark
Organized (1938) (080-0350)
Location: 270 Lee Rd. 456, Phenix City, AL 36867
(334) 297-4200
Web Site: www.landmarknazarene.org Email: [email protected]
Pastor: (7/09) Andy L. Rutherford (Gena), 2909 Creekstone Lane, Phenix City, AL 36867
(334) 614-2062
Email: [email protected]
Youth Dir.: Adam Denney (Hannah), 4305 16th Ave., Phenix City, Al 36867
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(706) 575-5468
Music Director: Mike Boyette, 3404 11 Ave., Phenix City, AL 36867
(706) 304-7862
SDMI Supt.: Jeff Sawhill, 78 Lee Rd. 2034, Phenix City, AL 36870
(334) 732-2915
Children’s Min. Dir.: Glenda Sanders, 44 Lee Rd. 528, Phenix City, AL 36870
(706) 888-0879
NYI Pres.: Jeff Mills, 165 Huguley Rd., Opelika, AL 36804
(706) 905-8208
Upwards Sports Dir.: Jenny Greene, 1709 18th Ave., Phenix City, AL 36867
(706) 604-7178
Prime Time Dir: Scott & Linda Denney, 266 Lee Rd 855, Phenix City, AL 36870 (334) 297-7222
Women’s Min. Dir.: Gena Rutherford, 2909 Creekstone Lane, Phenix City, AL 36867
(334) 614-4029
NMI Pres.: Lavelle Nobles, 50 Patterson Rd., Fort Mitchell, AL 36856
(334) 855-0403
CLT Dir.: Jeff Sawhill, 78 Lee Rd. 2034, Phenix city, AL 36870
(334) 732-2915
Ch Board Sec: Brad Tankersley, 3404 Carrington PL, Phenix City, AL 36867
(334) 448-3536
Church Treas.: Jeff Sawhill, 78 Lee Rd. 2034, Phenix city, AL 36870
(334) 732-2915
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Lanett
Organized (1929) (080-0180)
Mail: P. O. Box 610, Lanett, AL 36863
Location: 1206 S. Jennings Ave., Lanett, AL 36863
(334) 644-1902
Pastor: (04/13) Bernie Deffinger (Linda), 1219 S. 4th Ave., Lanett, AL 36863
Email: [email protected]
(334) 644-1675
Assoc. Pastor/Youth: Randy Parmer, P O Box 610, Lanett, AL. 36863
Email: [email protected]
(478) 290-9565
Music Director: Henry Osborne, 12 S. 12th St., Lanett, AL 36863
(334) 644-1650
SDMI Supt.: Joan Pike
NYI Pres.: Julie Wood, 116 CR 515, Lanett, AL 36863
Women’s Min. Dir.: Dot Brumbeloe, 1709 N. 3rd St., Lanett, AL 36863
(334) 644-2462
Primetime Dir.: Danny Curtis, 615 Ginger Circle, LaGrange, GA 30240
(706) 882-1717
NMI Pres.: Dot Brumbeloe, 1709 N. 3rd St., Lanett, AL 36863
(334) 644-2462
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Church Board Sec.: Dot Brumbeloe, 1709 N. 3 St., Lanett, AL 36863
nd
Church Treas.: David Philpott, 1707 N. 2 St., Lanett, AL 36863
Millbrook
Location: 3251 Browns Rd., Millbrook, AL 36054
Web Address: www.millbrooknazarene.org
(334) 644-2462
(404) 468-8491
Organized (1980) (080-0200)
(334) 285-7509; fax (334) 285-1709
Pastor: (02/02) Carl W. Reed, Jr. (Charlene), 164 Brittany Ct., Wetumpka, AL 36093
(334) 514-7330
Assoc. Pastor: J. Roy Fuller (Nina) 115 Shady Oak Lane Prattville, AL 36066
(334) 365-4364
Assoc. Pastor (Youth): Caleb Strickland, 444 Wetumpka St, Prattville, AL 36067 (334) 318-0975
Music Dir: Dane Harris, 2859 CR 57, Verbena, AL 36091
(334) 285-7509
SDMI Supt.: Dale Strickland, 424 Wetumpka St. Prattville, AL 36067
(334) 285-7509
Children’s Min. Dir.: Terrie Crowe, 105 E. Teri Ct., Prattville AL 36066
(334) 285-7509
NYI Pres.: Lee Watson, 424 Richfield Rd., Deatsville, AL 36022
(334) 285-7509
Men’s Min: Gene Roberson, 140 S. Chestnut St., Prattville, AL 36067
(334) 285-7509
Women’s Min. Kim McDaniel, 60 Navajo Ct., Wetumpka, AL 36093
(334) 285-7509
Prime Time Dir.: Joe Fuller, 103 William Ct., Prattville, AL 36067
(334) 285-7509
NMI Pres: Beth Hopkins, 271 Springwood Cir., Deatsville, AL 36022
(334) 285-7509
Church Board Sec: Terry Underwood, 700 Allie Valley Rd Deatsville, AL 36022 (334) 285-7509
Church Treas.: Lee Watson, 424 Richfield Rd., Deatsville, AL 36022
(334) 285-7509
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Millry
Organized (1941) (080-0210)
Mail: P O Box 45, Millry, AL 36558, Location: 30377 Hwy 17, Millry, AL 36558
Web Address: www.nazarene.ch/millry
(251) 846-3299
Pastor: (6/10) Kenneth W. Bowen (Candice), 30404 Hwy. 17, Millry, AL 36558 (251) 846-3299
Email: [email protected]
SDMI Supt: Melanie Brown, 6045 Carpenter Rd., Millry, AL 36558
(251) 846-3299
NYI Pres.: Candice Bowen, 30404 Hwy. 17, Millry, AL 36558
(251) 846-3299
NMI Pres.: Sybil Brown, P.O. Box 141, Millry, AL 36558
(251) 846-2600
Church Board Sec.: Susan Moss, P.O. Box 161, Chatom, AL 36518
(251) 454-0179
Church Treas.: Paul Brown, P. O. Box 141, Millry, AL 36558
(251) 846-2600
Mobile First
Location: 669 Azalea Rd., Mobile, AL 36609
Email: [email protected]
Organized (1928) (080-0220)
Fax (251) 666-0018; (251) 666-0040
Pastor: (__/__) TBD
Assoc Pastor: Zach Baker (Allyson), 1054 McCay Ave, Mobile, AL. 36609
(251) 622-8826
Assoc Pastor (Music): Melissa Aaron (Brian), 4146 Winchester Dr. W, Semmes, AL 36575
(251) 689-2810
Assoc. Pastor: Susan Jane W. Broadhead, 1302 Athey Rd., Mobile, AL 36608
(251) 591-7081
Assoc Pastor (Chr Ed): Susan R. Broadhead, 4980 Old Moffet Dr. Wilmer, AL 36857
SDMI Supt.: Susan R. Broadhead, 4980 Old Moffett Dr., Wilmer, AL., 36587
(251) 463-5544
Day Care Dir.: Jeany O’Connor, 7548 Magnolia Ave., Theodore, AL 36582
(251) 653-3810
Children’s Min: Melissa Aaron, 4146 Winchester Dr. W., Semmes, AL 36575
(251) 689-2810
NYI Pres.: Allyson Baker, 1054 McCay Ave., Mobile, AL. 36609
(251) 622-8826
Singles Min. Dir.: Susan R. Broadhead, 4980 Old Moffett Ct., Wilmer, AL., 36587 (251) 463-5544
Men’s Min Dir: Dirk Young, 1521 Ridgeland Rd E., Mobile, AL 36695
(251) 660-0994
Prime Time Dir.: Ray & (Susan) Jane (W.) Broadhead, 1302 Athey Rd., Mobile, AL 36608
(251) 591-7081
NMI Pres.: Amanda Young, 1521 Ridgeland Rd., Mobile Al 36695
(251) 660-0994
Church Board Sec.: Rick Grubb 2535 Fieldbrook Dr., Mobile, AL 36695
(251) 634-8624
Church Treas.: Brian Aaron, 4146 Winchester Dr. W., Semmes, AL 36575
(251) 689-2810
Mobile Parkview
Location/Mail: 5300 Zeigler Blvd., Mobile, AL 36608
Organized (1960) (080-0230)
(251) 343-6837
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Email: [email protected]
Pastor: (05/05) Donnie Browning (Mary), 909 Parkmont Cir. E, Mobile, AL 36608
(251) 343-3891
Email: [email protected]
Music Director: Reg Loper, 4919 Dossett Ln., Eight Mile, AL. 36613
(251) 457-5782
Vis. Min.: Roger Peacock, 11001-B Coleman Dairy Rd, Wilmer, AL 36587
(251) 649-5000
SDMI Supt.: Mary Browning, 909 Parkmont Cir. E., Mobile, AL 36608
(251) 343-3891
Children’s Min Dir: Mary Browning, 909 Parkmont Cir. E., Mobile, AL 36608
(251) 343-3891
Adult Min. Dir.: Mary Browning, 909 Parkmont Cir. E., Mobile, AL 36608
(251) 343-3891
Men’s Min. Dir.: Donnie Browning, 909 Parkmont Cir. E., Mobile, AL 36608
(251) 343-3891
Women’s Min. Dir.: Mary Browning, 909 Parkmont Cir. E., Mobile, AL 36608 (251) 343-3891
Prime Time Dir.: Joyce Monk, 2385 Sky Vista Dr., Semmes, AL 36575
(251) 645-3747
NMI Pres: Greta Hamilton, 14651 Old Pascagula Rd. Lot 37, Grand Bay, AL 36541
(251) 767-1014
Work & Witness: Roger Peacock, 11001B Coleman Dairy Rd, Wilmer, AL 36587
(251) 649-5000
Church Board Sec.: Jeanie Loper, 4919 Dossett Ln., Eight Mile, AL 36613
(251) 457-5782
Church Treas.: Joyce Monk, 2385 Sky Vista Dr. W., Semmes, AL 36575
(251) 645-3747
Mobile Riverside
Organized (1939) (080-0240)
Location/Mail: 2312 Riverside Dr., Mobile, AL 36605
Pastor: (05/04) Terry Daugherty (Lisa), 5315 Fletching Ct., Theodore, AL. 36582 (251) 665-2443
Email: [email protected]
Assoc. Pastor: Lisa Daugherty, 5315 Fletching Ct., Theodore, AL. 36582
(251) 665-2443
Music Dir: Lisa Daugherty, 5315 Fletching Ct., Theodore, AL. 36582
(251) 665-2443
SDMI Supt: Lisa Daugherty, 5315 Fletching Ct., Theodore, AL. 36582
(251) 665-2443
Children’s Min. Dir.: Ruth Schuhardt, 2020 Staples Rd., Mobile, AL 36605
(251) 476-4996
NYI Pres.: Bobbie Sue Pope, 8080 Aloyis Dr., Theodore, AL 36582
(251) 895-2222
Men’s Min Dir: Jimmy Heathcoe, 144 26th Jamee Cir. N., Grand Bay, AL 36541 (251) 656-0949
Women’s Min Dir: Lisa Daugherty, 5315 Fletching Ct., Theodore, AL. 36582
(251) 665-2443
NMI Pres.: Kim Kendrick, 4974 Langham PL., Mobile, AL 36619
(251) 660-0762
Church Board Sec.: Bobbie Sue Pope, 8080 Aloyis Dr., Theodore, AL 36582
(251) 895-2222
Church Treas.: Bobbie Sue Pope, 8080 Aloyis Dr., Theodore, AL 36582
(251) 859-2222
Monroeville
Organized (1961) (080-0250)
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Location/Mail: 271 Poplar St., Monroeville, AL 36460
Email: [email protected]
(251) 743-2817
Pastor: 0(9/06) James D. Moore (Ida Sue), 303 Poplar St, Monroeville, AL 36460 (251) 575-5196
Music Director: Norman Dean, 460 Longleaf Rd., Peterman, AL 36471
(251) 564-2188
SDMI Supt.: Jerry James, 559 Scotts Lane, Frisco City, AL 36445
(251) 575-7558
Children’s Min. Dir.: Ida Sue Moore, 303 Poplar St., Monroeville, AL 36460
(251) 575-5196
NYI Pres.: Dorothy James, 559 Scotts Lane, Frisco City, AL 36445
(251) 575-7558
Men’s Min.: Rickey Wright, 190 Bayles Rd., Frisco City, AL 36445
(251) 743-4959
Women’s Min.: Angie Wright, 190 Bayles Rd., Frisco City, AL 36445
(251) 743-4959
NMI Pres.: Carol Cole, 215 Hwy. 136 E., Monroeville, AL 36460
(251) 765-2356
Church Board Sec.: Judy Dean, 460 Longleaf Rd., Peterman, AL 36471
(251) 564-2188
Church Treas.: Dorothy James, 559 Scotts Lane, Frisco City, AL 36445
(251) 575-7558
Montgomery Capital City
Organized (1963) (080-0270)
Location/Mail: 4450 Vaughn Rd., Montgomery, AL 36106
Web Site: www.capcitynaz.com
(334) 272-8176
Fax (334) 270-8084
Pastor: (08/09) Matthew B. Hinson (Jennifer), 1185 Emerald Mountain Parkway, Wetumpka, AL
36093, Email: [email protected]
(334) 531-4804
Assoc. Pastor: Dan Dillon (Lenore), 2512 Promlake Ct. #3, Montgomery, AL. 36106
Email: [email protected]
(334) 395-9774
Assoc. Pastor: James Brown (Lora), 5740 Oak Wild Dr., Montgomery, AL 36117
Email: [email protected]
(334) 868-0800
Music Dir.: Andy Johnson, 1617 E. Trinity Blvd., Montgomery, AL 36106
Email: [email protected]
(334) 782-7331
Vis Min: Cody Hinson 1185 Emerald Mountain Parkway, Wetumpka, AL 36093 (334) 531-4804
SDMI Supt.: James Brown (Lora), 5740 Oak Wild Dr., Montgomery, AL 36117 (334) 868-0800
Children’s Min Dir: Jennifer Hinson, 1185 Emerald Mountain Parkway, Wetumpka, AL 36093
Email: [email protected]
(334) 531-4804
NYI Pres.: Pam Hughes, 501 Avondale Rd., Montgomery, AL 36109
Email: [email protected]
(334) 221-3154
Prime Time Dir.: Dan Dillon, 2512 Promlake Ct. #3, Montgomery, AL. 36106
(334) 395-9774
Men’s Min Dir: Matthew Hinson, same as above
Women’s Min. Dir.: Jennifer Hinson, 1185 Emerald Mountain Parkway, Wetumpka, AL 36093
Email: [email protected]
(334) 531-4804
Couple’s Min Dir.: Jason Acreman, 101 S. Burbank Dr. Apt. C57, Montgomery, AL 36117
Email: [email protected]
(334) 546-0479
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NMI Pres.: Lenore Dillon, 2512 Promlake Ct. #3, Montgomery, AL. 36106
(334) 395-9774
Church Board Sec.: Myrtle Henderson, 9672 Greythorne Way, Montgomery, AL 36117
Email: [email protected]
(334) 233-2306
Church Treas.: Jeanette Graves, 4537 Shamrock Ln., Montgomery, AL 36106
Email: [email protected]
Montgomery First
(334) 312-7900
Organized (1940) (080-0280)
Location/Mail: 600 Dalraida Rd., Montgomery, AL 36109
(334) 279-8974
Pastor: (04/08) Eric Ellis (Susan), 5290 Paige Hills Dr., Elmore, AL 36025
Email: [email protected]
(334) 285-9143
SDMI Supt.: John Edwards, 1218 Woodhill Ct., Montgomery, AL 36109
(334) 213-7394
NYI Pres.: Susan Ellis 5290 Paige Hills Dr., Elmore, AL 36025
(334) 285-9143
NMI Pres.: Eric Ellis, same as above
Church Board Sec.: Susan Ellis, 5290 Paige Hills Dr., Elmore, AL 36025
(334) 285-9143
Church Treas.: Sharon Anderson, 6073 Little Lane, Montgomery, AL 36117
(334) 409-0817
Moundville
Organized (1939) (080-0290)
Mail: P. O. Box 36; Location: 39351 Hwy. 69 South, Moundville, AL 35474
(205) 371-6571
Pastor: (07/10) Carlon S. Tibbs (Rita), 39531 AL Hwy. 69, Moundville, AL 35474
Email: [email protected]
(205) 371-6591
Assoc. Pastor: Chet Jordan (Melissa), 303 Indian Hill Rd, Moundville, AL 35474 (205) 886-4198
Music Dir.: Eldyce Wyatt, 21422 Powers Loop Rd., Moundville, AL 35474
(205) 371-9078
SDMI Supt.: Chet Jordan, 303 Indian Hill Rd, Moundville, AL 35474 (205) 886-4198
Children’s Min Dir: Christie Krystofiak, P O Box 313, Moundville, AL 35474
(205) 242-1739
NYI Pres.: Melissa Jordan, 303 Indian Hill Rd., Moundville, AL 35474
(205) 239-9443
Women’s Min. Dir.: Carolyn Tingle, 11850 Lathrop Ave, Moundville, AL. 35474(205) 345-6151
NMI Pres.: Linda Eady, P O Box 910, Moundville, AL 35474
(205) 371-2766
Church Board Sec.: Molly Morrison, 1840 County Rd. 44, Moundville, AL. 35474
(205) 371-6508
Church Treas.: Melba Medders, 10435 Haun Dr., Tuscaloosa, AL. 35405
New Providence
Mail: 29648 Antioch Road, Andalusia, AL 36421
Location: 27708 Campground Rd., Andalusia, AL 36421
(205) 292-2622
Organized (1914) (080-0300)
(334) 222-4606
Pastor: (09/04) O. Michael Wilcox (Patty), 29648 Antioch Rd., Andalusia, AL 36421
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Email: mik[email protected]
(334) 222-4606
Music Dir.: Judy McLaney 27488 Campground Rd., Andalusia, AL 36421
(334) 427- 0458
SDMI Supt.: Katie Zeh, 29648 Antioch Rd, Andalusia, AL 36421
(334) 804-9650
NMI Pres.: Patty Wilcox, 29648 Antioch Rd., Andalusia, AL 36421
(334) 222-4606
Church Board Sec: Dale Marley, 19523 George Mims Rd., Andalusia, AL 36421 (334) 222-8198
Church Treas.: James Marley, 19523 George Mims Rd., Andalusia, AL 36421
Newstart Community
(334) 222-8198
(CTM) (Start Date 9/10) (080-0003)
Location: 2300 N. Cedar St., Foley, AL 36535 Mail: 129 Summerfield Dr., Foley, AL 36535
Pastor: (1/09) Tonya Cotton (Jeff), 129 Summerfield Dr., Foley, AL 36535
Email: [email protected]
(251) 504-0664
Music Dir.: Jeff Cotton, 129 Summerfield Dr., Foley, AL 36535
(251) 504-0664
SDMI Supt.: Ruthie Holt
NYI Pres: Draylon Herring
NMI Pres.: Josh Holt
Church Board Sec.: Analyssa Cotton
Church Treas.: Ruthie Holt, 401 Verbena Loop, Foley, AL 36580
(251) 504-0412
Open Arms Ministry
(CTM) (080-0005)
Location: 10220 Hwy. 43 N., Suite E, Creola, AL 36525
Pastor/Mail: (03/11) Edward M. Walters (Burma), 363 Bently Rd. N., Creola, AL 36525
Email: [email protected]
(251) 679-5948
Music Dir.: Burma Walters, 363 Bently Rd. N., Creola, AL 36525
(251) 679-5948
NMI Pres.: Burma Walters, 363 Bently Rd. N., Creola, AL 36525
(251) 679-5948
Church Board Sec.: Deb Smith
(251) 454-2190
Church Treas.: Perry Spencer
(251) 675-4713
Praise Park Ministries
Organized (1921) (080-0410)
Location/Mail: 1 Big Pine Drive, Valley Grande, AL 36701
(334) 874-8041
Pastor: (08/03) Larry Stover (Janet), 1029 Co. Rd. 269, Valley Grande AL 36701
Email: [email protected]
(334) 872-0071
Assoc. Pastor: John J. Shipman (Waulene), 403 Co. Rd. 210, Valley Grande, AL 36701
(334) 626-0529
Prayer Ministry: Douglas Coats, 353 Co. Rd. 63, Valley Grande, AL 36701
(334) 872-8965
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Co-Music Dir.: Janet Stover, 1029 Co. Rd. 269, Valley Grande AL 36701
(334) 872-0071
Co-Music Dir.: Patti Driggers, 2093 Co. Rd. 269, Valley Grande, AL 36701
(334) 875-4291
SDMI Supt.: Bobby Dolbare, 2124 Co. Rd. 269, Valley Grande, AL 36701
(334) 875-1712
Children’s Min. Dir.: Linda Tuck, 520 Co. Rd. 269, Valley Grande, AL 36701
(334) 872-1806
NYI Pres.: Debbie Sorrells, 489 County Rd. 16, Valley Grande, AL 36701
(334) 875-4599
NMI Pres.: Douglas Coats, 353 Co. Rd. 63, Valley Grande, AL 36701
(334) 872-8965
CLT Dir.: Larry Stover, 1029 Co. Rd. 269, Valley Grande AL 36701
(334) 872-0071
Prime Time Dir.: David Jones, 314 Cedar Dr., Selma, AL 36701
(334) 875-2715
Church Board Sec.: Linda Tuck, 520 Co. Rd. 269, Valley Grande, AL 36701
(334) 872-1806
Church Treas.: Patti Driggers, 2093 Co. Rd. 269, Valley Grande, AL 36701
(334) 875-4291
Ridgeville
Organized (1944) (080-0360)
Location: 3819 Payne Lake Road, Brent, AL 35034
Mail: 5531 8th St. E., Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
(706) 518-7326
Pastor: (02/13) Kenneth Wyatt (Judy), 5531 8th St. E, Tuscaloosa, AL. 35404
Email: [email protected]
(706) 518-7326
Music Dir.: Dr. Kim Partridge, 6499 Payne Lake Rd., Brent, AL 35034
(205) 926-7428
SDMI Supt.: Randy Burke, 253 Meadow Wood Ln, Centerville, AL 35042
(205) 926-1822
Children’s Min Dir.: Cheryl Fondren, 990 Elam School House Rd., Brent, AL 35034
(205) 926-5822
NYI Pres.: Beau Averette, 2525 Warrior Rd., Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
(205) 310-8471
NMI Pres.: Kim Partridge, 6499 Payne Lake Rd., Brent, AL 35034
(205) 926-7428
Church Board Sec.: Katherine Watkins, 1383 Main St., Brent, AL 35034
(205) 926-4061
Church Treas.: Katherine Watkins, 1383 Main St., Brent, AL 35034
(205) 926-4061
Roanoke
Organized (1940) (080-0370)
Location: 215 Handley Ave., Roanoke, AL 36274
Mail: P. O. Box 363, Roanoke, AL 36274
(334) 863-6524
Pastor: (08/06) Dexter (Ricky) W. Etchison (Kathy), 746 Central Ave., Roanoke, AL 36274
Email: [email protected]
(334) 646-0211
SDMI Supt.: Karon Higgons, 1373 Co. Rd. 621, Woodland, AL 36328
(205) 215-8783
NYI Pres.: Vickie East, 333 Guy St., Roanoke, AL 36274
Email: [email protected]
(334) 338-5885
NMI Pres.: Kathy Etchison, 746 Central Ave., Roanoke, AL 36274
Email: [email protected]
(334) 646-0310
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Church Board Sec.: Hazel Smith, 4195 Hwy. 431 North, Roanoke, AL 36274
(334) 863-6967
Church Treas. – Joy Morgan, 708 Central Ave., Roanoke, AL 36274
Email: [email protected]
(706) 594-9069
Robertsdale
Organized (1922) (080-0380)
Location/Mail: 22024 Cedar St., Robertsdale, AL 36567
Web: www.robertsdalenazarene.com
(251) 947-5364
Pastor: (02/11) Milton Turney (Esther), 19611 Otoole Ave., Robertsdale, AL 36567
Email: [email protected]
(251) 533-6199
Assoc. Pastor: Esther Turney, 19611 Otoole Ave., Robertsdale, AL 36567
Email: [email protected]
(251) 533-6199
Music Dir.: Richard Kimmery, P. O. Box 776, Robertsdale, AL 36567
(251) 947-5871
SDMI Supt.: Wade Franklin
NMI Pres.: Becky Shobe
Church Board Sec.: Richard Kimmery, P O Box 776, Robertsdale, AL 36567
(251) 947-5871
Church Treas.: Connie Rainbolt, 7935 Gill St., Robertsdale, AL 36567
(251) 543-7568
Rock Mills
Organized (1940) (080-0390)
Location/Mail: 66447 Hwy. 22, Rock Mills, AL 36274 Web: www.rmcnaz.org
(334) 885-6416
Pastor: (10/11) Franklin D. Foster Jr. (Sherry), 158 Cauthen Cir, Roanoke, AL 36274
Email: [email protected]
(334) 863-1701
Assoc. Pastor: Frank Foster, Sr., 1776 Co. Rd. 75, Roanoke, AL 36274
(334) 885-6520
Music Dir.: Dwayne Foster, 1803 County Rd. 75, Roanoke, AL 36274
(334) 885-6281
SDMI Supt.: Dwayne Foster, 1803 County Rd. 75, Roanoke, AL 36274
(334) 885-6281
Children’s Min. Dir: Amanda Green, 66469 Hwy 22, Roanoke, AL 36274
(334) 646-2375
NYI Pres: Trae Foster, 788 McKinley Dr., Roanoke, AL 36274
(334) 885-1598
Youth Pastor: Amanda Green, 66466 Hwy 22, Roanoke, AL 36274
(334) 646-2375
Men’s Min. Dir.: Fred Franks, 202 Burdett St., Roanoke, AL 36274
(334) 863-6568
Women’s Min. Dir.: Dorcus Griffin, 33 County Rd 661, Roanoke, AL 36274
(334) 885-6214
Primetime Dir.: Barbara Bonner, 410 Peachtree St., Roanoke, AL 36274
(334) 863-2393
NMI Pres.: Pam Hay, 52061 Hwy. 22, Wadley, AL 36276
(256) 610-2241
Church Board Sec.: Rusty Guizar, 2065 Co. Rd. 654, Roanoke, AL 36274
(334) 885-6108
Church Treas.: Nick Burke, 76 County Rd 2201, Roanoke, AL 36274
(334) 885-6549
Saraland
Organized (1943) (080-0400)
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Location: 407 Cleveland Rd., Saraland, AL 36571
Mail: 700 Elizabeth Dr., Saraland, AL 36571
(251) 675-9480
Pastor: (09/02) James G. Virden (Tina), 700 Elizabeth Dr., Saraland, AL 36571 (251) 675-9480
Email: [email protected]
Assoc. Pastor: Chuck Tipton
Music Dir: Rita Richards, 6040 Kushla McLeod Rd., Eight Mile, AL 36613
Email: [email protected]
(251) 675-6577
SDMI Supt.: James G. Virden, 700 Elizabeth Dr., Saraland, AL 36571
(251) 675-9480
Children’s Dir: Tina Virden, 700 Elizabeth Dr., Saraland, AL 36571
(251) 675-9480
NMI Pres.: Rita Richards, 6040 Kushla McLoud Rd., Eight Mile, AL 36613
Email: [email protected]
(251) 675-6577
Church Board Sec: Paula Upthagrove, 5215 Joginell Dr E, Satsuma, AL 36572
(251) 675-2060
Church Treasurer: Jan Eady, 5215 Joginell Dr. E. Satsuma, AL 36572
Selma West Village
Organized (1994) (080-0415)
Location: 203 Hobson St., Selma, AL 36701
Mail: P O Box 944, Selma, AL 36702; Email: [email protected]
(334) 874-7200
Pastor: (8/94) Brenda Tyus (James), 321 Forrest Ave., Selma, AL 36701
Email: [email protected]
(334) 874-8340
Assoc Pastor: Butler, Alma, 1213 Doherty Ave., Selma, Al. 36703
Email: [email protected]
(334) 874-6026
Assoc Pastor: Virginia Jackson, 250 Cr 480, Selma, AL 36701
Email: [email protected]
(334) 875-6970
Office Sec.: Cassondra Simmons, 200 Hobson St Apt A, Selma, AL 36701
Email: [email protected]
(334) 874-7948
Music Dir: Teresa Sears, 500 Dixie Dr., Selma, AL 36701
(334) 324-4781
SDMI Supt.: Eddie Jackson, 250 CR 480, Selma, AL 36701
(334) 875-6970
Children’s Min Dir.: Tantisha Rutledge, 820 Third Ave., Selma, AL 36701
Email: [email protected]
NYI Pres.: Virginia Jackson, 250 Cr 480, Selma, AL 36701
(334) 875-6970
Women’s Min Dir.: Teresa Sears, 500 Dixie Dr., Selma, AL 36701
(334) 324-4791
NMI Pres.: Laura McNeil, 218 Cahaba Rd., Selma, AL 36701
(334) 875-3632
Church Board Sec: Cassondra Simmons, 200 Hobson St Apt A, Selma AL 36701 (334) 874-7948
Church Treas.: Elder James Tyus, Sr., 321 Forrest Ave., Selma, AL 36701
Shawmut First
(334) 874-8340
Organized (1940) (080-0420)
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Location: 3105 29th Blvd., Valley, AL 36854
Mail: P. O. Box 104, Valley, AL 36854
(334) 768-2496
Pastor: (01/10) Tim Campbell (Bonnye), 1903 28th St. Valley, AL 36854
Email: [email protected]
(251) 533-8604
Assoc. Pastor (Music Dir): Bonnye Campbell 1903 28th St. Valley, AL 36854
Email: [email protected]
(251) 533-8603
Assoc. Pastor: Robert Huff (Joyce), P O Box 1055, Valley, AL 36854
(334) 768-2222
SDMI Supt.: Randy Reaves, 1806 32nd St. Valley, AL 36854
(334) 524-0327
Children’s Min. Dir.: Cynthia Hammock, 27 Lambert Rd, LaGrange, GA 30240 (706) 884-0839
NYI Min/Pres.: Jason Hammock, 1243 30th St., Valley, AL 36854
(334) 768-2027
Single Adult Min Dir.: Cynthia Gunn, 1801 16th Ave. S.W., Lanett, AL 36863
(334) 576-6685
Women’s Min: Charlotte Smith, 2700 11th Ave., Valley, AL 36854
(706) 590-1869
Prime Time Dir: Fay Adcock, 705 A Cir., Pine Mountain Valley, GA 31823
(706) 402-3126
NMI Pres.: Gaynor Mitchell, 1730 8th Ave. SW, Lanett, AL 36863
(334) 576-2235
Church Board Sec.: Randy Reaves, 1806 32nd St., Valley, AL 36854
(334) 524-0327
Church Treas (Off Sec): Cynthia Gunn, 1801 16th Ave. S.W., Lanett, AL 36863 (334) 576-6685
Spencer
Organized (1939) (080-0440)
Location: 4217 Bear Creek Rd., Brent, AL 35034
Mail: P. O. Box 506, Brent, AL 35034
(205) 752-3086
Pastor: (12/11) Alan Cook (Valerie), 1457 Spencer Loop, Brent, AL 35034
Email: [email protected]
(205) 926-9070, (205) 361-0344
Music Director: Billy Thompson, 845 Thompson Rd., Brent, AL 35034
(205) 926-7858
SDMI Supt.: Mickey Sherbett, 4629 Ashley Hill Cir, Tuscaloosa, AL 35405
Email: [email protected]
(205) 556-3883
Children’s Min. Dir.: Lauren Pierson, 3911 Hysop Church Rd, Centerville, AL 35042
NYI Pres.: Megan Thompson,
(205) 331-8904
NMI Pres.: Diane Thompson, 845 Thompson Rd., Brent, AL 35034
Email: [email protected]
(205) 331-9785
Church Board Sec.: Kelly Johnston, Email: [email protected]
(205) 361-8156
Church Treas.: Lauren Pierson, 3911 Hysop Church Rd, Centerville, AL 35042 (205) 316-8136
Sylacauga First
Organized (1920) (080-0450)
Location/Mail: 812 N. Broadway, Sylacauga, AL 35150 Phone/Fax:
Web Site: www.SFCOTN.COM
(256) 245-2745
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Pastor: (10/12) Wally Rezendes (Loyace), 919 Heritage Dr, Sylacauga, AL 35150 (256) 369-2412
E-mail: [email protected]
Assoc. Pastor: Mance McCarthy, 3 Riverside Dr., Childersburg, AL 35044
(256) 404-2444
Music Director: Karen Chandler, 3077 Shady Grove Rd. Goodwater, AL 35072 (256) 839-5025
Vis. Min.: Walter “Wally” Rezendes, 919 Heritage Dr., Sylacauga, AL 35150
(256) 369-2412
SDMI Supt.: Tamra Morris, 390 Oak Chapel Rd. Goodwater, AL 35072
(256) 839-5197
NYI Pres.: Walter Rezendes, 919 Heritage Dr., Sylacauga, AL 35150
(256) 369-2412
Men’s Min Dir.: Mike Dillon, 1408 Quarry Rd., Sylacauga, AL 35151
(256) 249-8102
Women’s Min Dir.: Karen Chandler, address same as above
(256) 839-5025
NMI Pres.: Linda Sanford, 2611 Coosa County Rd. 150, Sylacauga, AL. 35150
(256) 245-4110
Church Board Sec.: Mance McCarthy, 3 Riverside Dr., Childersburg, AL 35044 (256) 404-2444
Church Treas.: Tamra Morris, 390 Oak Chapel Rd., Goodwater, AL 35072
Taylor’s Chapel
(256) 839-5197
Organized (1931) (080-0470)
Location: Powers Loop Rd., Moundville, AL 35474
Mail: P.O. Box 146, Moundville, AL 35474
(205) 339-9689
Pastor: (11/08) Patsy Tant, 3203 Ontario Dr., Northport, AL 35473
Email: [email protected]
(205) 339-9689
Music Director: Brenda Brown, 12141 County Line Rd., Moundville, AL 35474
SDMI Supt: Mazel Tidmore, 14076 Old Greensboro Rd, Tuscaloosa, AL 35405 (205) 354-5638
NMI Pres.: Brenda Brown, 12141 County Line Rd., Moundville, AL 35474
Church Board Sec.: Mazel Tidmore, address same as above
(205) 354-5638
Church Treas.: Cherry Pendley
Trinity
Organized (1993) (080-0011)
Location/Mail: 120 Laurel Woods Dr., Helena, AL 35080
Web Site: Alasouthnaz.com/Trinity
(334) 318-2917
Pastor: (07/12) Brett D. Medley (Christina), P O Box 681782, Prattville, AL 36068
Email: [email protected]
(334) 318-2917
Children’s Min Dir.: Christina Medley, P O Box 681782, Prattville, AL 36068
(334) 318-5166
NYI Pres.: Amy Seale, 413 King Valley Cir., Pelham, AL 35124
(205) 800-9471
Youth Pastor: Tim Seale, 413 King Valley Cir., Pelham, AL 35124
(205) 800-9470
NMI Pres.: Beverly Jacobs, 1102 Elm Dr., Alabaster, AL 35007
(205) 516-0320
Church Board Sec.: Tim Seale, 413 King Valley Cir., Pelham, AL 35124
(205) 800-9470
Church Treas.: Barbara Edwards, 205 Laurel Woods Cir., Helena, AL 35080
(205) 664-5271
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Tuscaloosa Cross Pointe
Organized (1940) (080-0480)
Location/Mail: 4109 University Boulevard East, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
Fax: (205) 556-7777
(205) 553-6464
Pastor: (06/07) Freddy Williams (Judi), 2505 Heartwood Ave., Cottondale, AL 35453
Email: [email protected]
(205) 556-8446
Office Sec.: Judi Williams, 2505 Heartwood Ave., Cottondale, AL 35453
(205) 556-8446
Music Dir.: Kimberly Lavender, 3634 Mayfair Dr., Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
(205) 246-4579
NYI Pres.: Carol Sue Nix, 4115 Alexander Ln., Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
(601) 730-8282
Men’s Dir: Tim Morrison, 8033 Hazelridge Ln., Cottondale, AL 35453
(205) 550-6066
Women’s Min Dir: Judi Williams, 2505 Heartwood Ave, Cottondale, AL 35453 (205) 556-8446
NMI Pres: Sharon Ray, 403G 19th Ave., Tuscaloosa, AL35401
(205) 349-4476
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Church Board Secretary: Sharon Ray, 403G 19 Ave., Tuscaloosa, AL35401
(205) 349-4476
Church Treas.: Carol Sue Nix, 4115 Alexander Lane, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
(601) 730-8282
Tuscaloosa First
Organized (1919) (080-0490)
Location: 241 Patriot Parkway, Tuscaloosa, AL 35405
Fax (205) 758-3297; Mail: P. O. Box 1321, Tuscaloosa, AL 35403-1321
(205) 758-3255
Pastor: (09/05) James M. Walker (Janice), 4477 Heatherbrook Blvd., Tuscaloosa, AL 35405
Email: [email protected]
(205) 554-0658
Assoc Pastor: Mark A. Aills, 201 Patriot Parkway, Tuscaloosa, AL 35045
Email: [email protected]
(205) 752-1945
Music Dir.: Brad Walker, 7471 Buttermilk Rd., Cottondale, AL 35453
(205) 454-2068
Chr.Ed. (Dir Min): Paula Peacock, 3460 Argonne Rd., Duncanville, AL 35456 (205) 349-5233
SDMI Supt.: Patty Hoggle, 9104 Taylorwood Dr., Tuscaloosa, AL 35405
(205) 242-9214
NYI Pres.: Allen Averette, 3804 Derby Downs Dr., Tuscaloosa, AL 35405
(205) 556-2733
Men’s Min Dir.: Mark A. Aills, 201 Patriot Parkway, Tuscaloosa, AL 35045
(205) 752-1945
Women’s Min Dir: Santha Dunn, 11696 Deer Dr., Duncanville, AL 35456
(205) 310-2178
Prime Time Dir: George & Hazel Fields, 4110 93rd St., Northport, AL 35473
(205) 339-2120
NMI Pres.: Amy Wyatt, 21560 Powers Loop Rd., Moundville, AL 35474
(205) 454-2609
CLT Dir: Delores Sargent, 75360 7th Ave. Dogwood Trail, Tuscaloosa, AL 35405 (205) 366-8777
Church Board Sec.: Sherri Stone, 13613 Curry Rd., Duncanville, AL 35456
(205) 349-2724
Church Treas.: Sherri Stone, 13613 Curry Rd., Duncanville, AL 35456
(205) 349-2724
Tuscaloosa Holten Heights
Organized (1928) (080-0500)
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Location/Mail: 4401 17th St., N.E., Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
Email – [email protected]
(205) 553-6845
Pastor: (03/98) William Holley (Brenda), 4415 17th St., N.E. Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
Email: [email protected]
(205) 556-2983
Assoc Pastor: Mark Armstrong (Teresa), 3320 Ontario Dr., Northport, AL 35473 (205) 339-7182
E-Mail: [email protected]
Music/Worship Dir: Kathy Sanford, 15458 Tierce Lake Rd, Northport, AL 35476 (205) 339-7162
Youth Director: Bob Evans (Terri), 5100 Old Birmingham Hwy Apt 406, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
Email: [email protected]
(205) 553-0821
SDMI Supt.: Mike Truelove, 3924 5th St. E., Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
(205) 454-7766
Children’s Min. Dir.: Linda Lolley, 1701 44th Ave. NE, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
Email: [email protected]
(205) 553-9591
NYI Pres.: Dee Taylor, 6925 Will Starnes Dr., Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
Email: [email protected]
(205) 556-3667
Adult Min Dir: Wayne/Carol Junkin, 7000 Forest Mill Dr, Cottondale, AL 35453 (205) 553-8006
Prime Time Dir.: Barbara Englebert 4103 5th St. E, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
(205) 553-0662
Women’s Min. Dir.: Brenda Holley, 4415 17th St. NE, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
(205) 556-2983
NMI Pres.: Stacy Sivley, 1801 44th Ave. NE, Tuscaloosa, AL. 35404
Email: [email protected]
(205) 246-6094
Church Board Sec.: Judy Campbell, 4609 Old Birmingham Hwy., Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
Email: [email protected]
(205) 553-8410
Church Treas.: Shannon Blaney, 3620 Bearmont Rd. Duncanville, AL. 35456
Email: [email protected]
Tuscaloosa South
(205) 764-4799
Organized (1952) (080-0510)
Location/Mail: 609 40th St., Tuscaloosa, AL 35405
Web Address: facebook.com/tuscaloosasouth
(205) 349-2715
Pastor: (6/11) Donald R. Conn (Karen), 5718 14th St. S., Lipscomb, AL 35020
Email: [email protected]
(205) 234-8104
Assoc Pastor: Michael Simmons, 620 Lower Forty Rd. E., Northport, AL 35473 (205) 239-6569
Music Dir.: Kenny Tidmore, 623 Highland Oaks Dr., Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
(205) 759-5250
Children’s Min Dir.: Michael Simmons
NYI Pres.: Michael Simmons, 620 Lower Forty Rd. E., Northport, AL 35473
(205) 239-6569
Adult Min Dir: Ray Yeatman, 11 Rice Valley Rd. NE, Tuscaloosa, AL 35406
(205) 758-6058
NMI Pres: Betty Tingle
Church Board Sec.: Karen Conn, 5718 14th St. S., Lipscomb, AL 35020
(205) 234-8104
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Church Treas.: Michael Simmons, 620 Lower Forty Rd. E, Northport, AL 35473 (205) 239-6569
Valley First
Organized (1920) (080-0530)
Location/Mail: 103 Church St., Valley, AL 36854;
Email: [email protected]
(334) 332-3272
Pastor: (01/13) James Fogal (Dannell), 1604 Crescent Blvd., Auburn, AL 36830 (334) 332-3272
E-mail: [email protected]
Music Dir.: Sammy Young
SDMI/Chr.Ed (Min. Dir.): Kay Karmack
CLT Dir.: James Fogal, 1604 Crescent Blvd., Auburn, AL 36830
(334) 332-3272
Church Board Sec.: Grace Maddux, 2311 Hwy. 29, Valley, AL 36854
(334) 756-4882
Church Treas.: Grace Maddux, 2311 Hwy. 29, Valley, AL 36854
(334) 756-4882
Wallace Chapel
Organized (1949) (080-0540)
Location/Mail: 11391 Tingle-Tangle Rd., Vance, AL 35490
(205) 826-5763
Pastor: (01/12) Terry Flummer (Gloria), P. O. Box 70393, Tuscaloosa, AL. 35407
(205) 826-5763
Email: [email protected]
Vis. Min.: Terry Flummer, P. O. Box 70393, Tuscaloosa, AL. 35407
(205) 826-5763
SDMI Supt.: Robert Davis, 11041 Bradley Ln., Vance, AL 35490
(205) 553-0200
Children’s Min. Dir.: Angelena Hamm, P.O. Box 521, Vance, AL 35490
(205) 562-8739
Women’s Min. Dir.: Frances Davis, 11041 Bradley Ln., Vance, AL 35490
(205) 553-0200
NMI Pres.: Angelena Hamm, P.O. Box 521, Vance, AL 35490
(205) 562-8739
Church Board Sec.: Annette Anderson, 18062 Wallace Chapel Rd., Vance, AL 35490
(205) 799-5282
Church Treasurer: Annette Anderson, 18062 Wallace Chapel Rd., Vance, AL 35490
(205) 799-5282
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H. ELDERS
Ministry Role Code Designations
CED – Christian Education Minister
CHP – Chaplain
DA – District Assignment
DIA – District Interim Assigned
DS – District Superintendent
EDU – Education
ESR – Evangelism Service, Retired
EVC – Evangelist, Commissioned
EVR – Evangelist, Registered
EVT – Evangelist, Tenured
GA – General Church Assignment
GS – General Superintendent
PAS – Pastor
PSV-FT – Pastoral Service, Full time
PSV-PT – Pastoral Service, Part time
RA – Retired Assigned
RU – Retired Unassigned
SEC – Song Evangelist, Commissioned
SER – Song Evangelist, Registered
SPC – Special Service/Interdenominational
STU – Student
TRF – In Process of Transfer
U – Unassigned
1988 PSV-FT Aills, Mark A., 241 Patriot Parkway, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
(Tuscaloosa First) (205-752-1945)
2005
PAS
Aldridge, Gary, 7042 County Road 37, Clanton, AL 35045
(Huguley) (205-280-6252)
1990
RA/PSV-PT Armstrong, Mark S., 3320 Ontario Dr., Northport, AL 35473
(Tuscaloosa Holten Heights) (205-339-7182)
1999
PAS
Ashworth, Alfred, 4290 U.S. Highway 80, Gallion, AL 36742
(Demopolis) (334-289-0650)
1962
RU
Bell, Wallace, Jr., 6102 26th Ave., Valley, AL 36854
(Valley First) (334-756-2607)
1986
DS
Berry, Mark D., 110 Shady Oak Lane, Prattville, AL 36066
(Dothan First) (334-365-3188)
1963
RA
Blackerby, J.F., 1130 9th Ave., S.W., Childersburg, AL 35044
(Childersburg) (256-378-3117)
1984
PAS
Browning, Donnie, 909 Parkmont Cir. E., Mobile, AL 36608
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(Mobile Parkview) (251-343-3891)
2004 PSV-PT Campbell, Bonnye, 1903 28th St., Valley, AL 36854
(Shawmut First) (334-768-3565)
2002
PAS
Campbell, Timothy A., 1903 28th St., Valley, AL 36854
(Shawmut First) (334-768-3565)
1998 PSV-PT Carlson Jeffrey A., 202 Pine St., East Brewton, AL 36426
(East Brewton) (251-809-8607)
1950
RA
Carruth, W.E., 12910 Carruth Dr., Cottondale, AL 35453
(Tuscaloosa First) (205-553-6582)
2008
PAS
Conn, Donald R., 5718 14th St. So., Lipscomb, AL 35020
(Tuscaloosa South) (205-424-0807)
2006
PAS
Daugherty, Terry, 5315 Fletching Ct., Theodore, AL. 36582
(Mobile Riverside) (251-665-2443)
2002 PSV-FT Dillon, Daniel C., 2512 Promlake Ct. #3, Montgomery, AL 36106
(Montgomery Capital City) (334-490-5160)
1976
RA
Dye, James, 2155 Hwy 179 N., Caryville, FL 32425
(Dothan Northside) (850-548-5290)
2013
PAS
Ellis, Eric, 5290 Paige Hills Dr., Elmore, AL 36025
(Montgomery First) (334-285-9143)
2008
PAS
Etchison, Dexter Wayne “Ricky”, 746 Central Ave., Roanoke, AL 36274
(Roanoke) (334-863-6524)
1989
RA
Fields, George, 4110 - 93rd Street, Northport, AL 35473
(Tuscaloosa First) (205-339-2120)
2010 RA/PAS Flummer, Terry, 2905 2nd Ave. E., Tuscaloosa, AL 35401
(Wallace Chapel) (205-862-5763)
1969 RA/PAS Ford, Lester, Sr., 1047 3rd Ave., Dothan, AL 36301
(Dothan Northside) (334-793-7603)
2001
CHP
Forman, Daniel W., 1022 Ramona Dr., Enid, OK 73703
(Millbrook) (210-592-6723)
2001
RA
Foster, Frank, Sr., 1776 County Rd. 75, Roanoke, AL 36274
(Rock Mills) (334-885-6520)
2000
RA
Foster, Howard, P.O. Box 874, Demopolis, AL 36732
(Demopolis) (334-289-1559)
1961
RA/PSV-PT Fuller, J. Roy, 115 Shady Oak Lane, Prattville, AL 36066
(Millbrook) (334-365-4364)
2003
PAS
Gates, James C., 107 Old Ferry Road, Jackson, AL 36545
(Jackson) (251-246-9262)
2003
RA
Geist, Lyle, 7301 Buttermilk Rd., Cottondale, AL 35453
(Spencer) (205-556-2809)
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1992
RA
Hall, William, 13040 Hwy. 171, Northport, AL 35473
(Moundville) (205-339-5876)
2012
U
Hamby Jr., William L., 5813 County Road 32, Clanton, AL 35046
(Heritage) (205) 294-9849
1966
RA
Hatter, Paul, 2636 South Cobb Loop Rd., Millbrook, AL 36054
(Demopolis) (334-285-7516)
1993
U
Haynes, Royce E., 208 32nd Ave. E., Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
(Tuscaloosa Cross Pointe) (205-553-9326)
1999 PSV-PT Heller, Herbert, 277 Old Hwy. 31, Flomaton, AL 36441
(East Brewton) (251-296-3710)
1964
RA
Hendley, William M., 1234 Hwy 301, Trenton, GA 30752 (706-657-3221)
2011 PAS
Hinson, Matthew B., 1185 Emerald Mtn. Parkway, Wetumpka, AL 36093
(Montgomery Capital City) (334-356-3658)
1977
PAS
Holley, William D. Sr., 4415 17th St. N.E., Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
(Tuscaloosa Holten Heights) (205-556-2983)
2013
PAS
Hornaday, Dean, 326 Windsor Dr., Auburn, AL 36830
(Lake Martin) (334)-209-0598)
1954
RA
Huff, Robert, 1500 30th St., P.O. Box 1055, Valley, AL 36854
(Shawmut) (334-768-2222)
1977
RA
Johnson, Kenneth, 1876 Experiment Farm Road, Monroeville, AL 36460
(Monroeville) (251-575-2524)
2012
U
Johnston, Daryl, 10470 Patrick Ave., Grand Bay, AL 36541
(Bayview) (251) 408-2942
2007
RA
Joiner, Henry A., 7447 Buttermilk Rd, Cottondale, AL 35453
(Cottondale) (205-556-3326)
1975
RA
Marley, Robert, P.O. Box 522, Newton, AL 36352
(Dothan First) (334-299-3808)
1977
RA
Martin, Charles C., 293 County Rd. 408, Grove Oak, AL 36541
(Bayview) (256-659-1347)
1980
PAS
Meadows, James, 307 Cedar St., East Brewton, AL 36426
(East Brewton) (334-867-3503)
2006 PSV-PT Medley, Brett D., P O Box 681782, Prattville, AL 36068
(Trinity) (334-358-1558)
2001
PAS
Moore, James, 303 Poplar St, Monroeville, AL 36460
(Monroeville) (251-575-5196)
1995
RA
Oetken, Gerald, 5064 E. Spencerfield Rd. Pace, FL 32571
(East Brewton) (850-994-1126)
1979
RA
Patrick, J. Leon, 301 East Broadway, Summerdale, AL 36580
(Robertsdale) (251-989-2478)
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1967
RA
Pope, John H., Sr. 205 Bailey Collins Dr., Smyrna, TN 37167
(Columbiana) (615-832-7398)
1983
DA
Powell, Mitchell L., 701 Killington Ct., Mobile, AL 36609
(Mobile First) (251-666-0040)
2001
U
Pratt, Jr., Carl C., #26 Fenwyck Ct., Midland, GA 31820
(Landmark) (706-561-9605)
1985
RA
Radcliff, Harry, 9355 Sincerity Ln, Irvington, AL 36544 (P. O. Box 472, Bayou La Batre,
AL 36509) (Bayview) (251-824-2736)
RA
Reach, Jerry, 18148 Wallace Chapel Rd., Vance, AL 35490
(Wallace Chapel) (205-556-2349)
1974
2004
PAS
Reed, Carl W., 164 Brittany Ct., Wetumpka, AL 36093
(Millbrook) (334-514-7330)
1998
PAS
Rezendes, Walter, 919 Heritage Dr., Sylacauga, AL. 35150;
2007
PAS
Rutherford, Andy, 2909 Creekstone Lane, Phenix City, AL 36867
(Landmark) (334-291-1539)
1975
RA
Sessions, R. Phillip, 4711 Co. Rd. 1527, Eva, AL 35621
(Lanett) (256-796-4610)
2009
PAS
Sessions, S. Scott, 114 Vixen Ct., Dothan, AL 36305
(Dothan First) (334-479-0096)
1972
RA/PSV-PT Shipman, John J., 403 Co. Rd. 210, Selma, AL 36701
(Praise Park) (913-626-0529)
2006 PAS
Skinner, Jeff, P.O. Box 1595, Auburn, AL 36831
(Auburn Eagle Pointe) (334-466-8277)
1982
RA
Skipworth, A. Jerry, 819 Pineview Lane, Sylacauga, AL 35150
(Sylacauga First) (256-249-2391)
1971
PAS
Spraker, Larry W., P O Box 1300, Columbiana, AL 35051
(Columbiana) (205-669-4777)
1988
EVR
Snodgrass, Leslie R., 1574 Rolling Hills Dr., Prattville, AL 36067
(Montgomery First) (334-365-1954)
1981
PAS
Stover, Larry P., 2310 Summerfield Rd., Selma, AL 36701
(Praise Park Ministries) (334-872-0071)
(256) 369-2412
2004 RA/PAS Tant, Patsy, 3203 Ontario Dr., Northport, AL 35473
(Taylor’s Chapel) (205-339-9689)
1983
RA
Taylor, Alvis, 541 71st St., Tuscaloosa, AL 35405
(Tuscaloosa First) (205-752-3086)
2003
PAS
Tibbs, Carlon S., 39531 AL Hwy. 69, Moundville, AL 35474
(Moundville) (205-371-6571)
2000
PAS
Tyus, Brenda, 321 Forrest Ave., Selma, AL 36701
(Selma West Village) (334-874-8340)
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2000
RA
Tyus, James, Sr., 321 Forrest Ave., Selma, AL 36701
(Selma West Village) (334-874-8340)
1992
DA
Ventling, Daniel, 521 Hwy. 304, Calera, AL 35040
(Trinity) (205-668-1168)
2005
PAS
Virden, James, 700 Elizabeth Dr. Saraland, AL 36571
(Saraland) (251-675-9480)
1970 RA/PAS Walker, James M., 4477 Heatherbrook Blvd, Tuscaloosa, AL 35405
(Tuscaloosa First) (205-554-0658)
2010
PAS
Walters, Edward Mike, 363 Bentley Rd. N., Creola, AL 36525
(Open Arms Ministry) (251-679-5948)
1989
PAS
Wilcox, O. Michael, 29648 Antioch Rd., Andalusia, AL 36421
(New Providence) (334-222-4606)
1980
PAS
Williams, H. Fred, 2505 Heartwood Ave., Cottondale, AL 35453
(Tuscaloosa Cross Pointe) (205-556-8446)
1996
PAS
Wood, Gregory, 61 Harding Ave., Excel, AL 36439
(Excel E.J. Memorial) (251-765-9048)
1997 PSV-PT Woods, Jeffery, 300 Thompson St., Columbiana, AL 35051
(Columbiana) (205-275-5126)
1982
PAS
Wyatt, Kenneth D., 5531 8th Street East, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
(Ridegville) (205-361-7032)
1986
RA
Young, Dale, 51 Cain Rd., Chelsea, AL 35043
(Columbiana) (205-678-9836)
I. ORDAINED DEACONS
2013 PSV-PT Butler, Alma, 1213 Doherty Ave., Selma, Al. 36703
(Selma West Village) (334-874-6026)
1998
PSV-PT
Broadhead, Susan Jane W., 1302 Athey Rd., Mobile, AL 36608
(Mobile First) (251-342-6806)
1990
CHP
2011
U - 2 Green, Charles, 66466 Hwy 22, Roanoke, AL 36274
(Rock Mills) (256-276-2376)
Gabel, James E., 1220 Copley Drive, Mobile, AL 36695
(Mobile Parkview) (251-634-9492)
2013 PSV-PT Jackson, Virginia, 971 Randolph, Selma, AL 36701
(Selma West Village) (334-875-6970)
J. LICENSED MINISTERS
2011 PSV-PT Aaron, Melissa, 4146 Winchester Dr. W., Semmes, AL 36575
(Mobile First) (251-689-2810)
2006
PAS
STU
Bowen, Kenneth W., 30404 Hwy. 17, Millry, AL 36558 (Millry)
(251) 846-3299
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2011 PSV-PT Broadhead, Susan R., 4980 Old Moffett Ct., Wilmer, AL., 36587
(Mobile First) (251-463-5544)
2008 PSV-PT Brown, James D., 5740 Oak Wild Dr., Montgomery, AL 36117
STU (Montgomery Capital City) (334-239-8040)
2011 PSV-FT Conn, Lance M., 1313 Stanford Rd., Dothan, AL 36305
(Dothan First) (334-796-8513)
2012
PAS
STU
Cook, J. Alan, 1251 Spencer Loop, Brent, AL 35034
(Spencer) (205-312-8095)
1978
RU
Cornett, Arthur, P. O. Box 646, Fort Gaines, GA 39851
(Dothan First) (229-768-3978)
2006
PAS
STU
Cotton, Tonya, 129 Summerfield Dr., Foley, AL 36535
(Newstart Community) (251-504-0664)
2012 PSV-PT Daugherty, Lisa M., 5315 Fletching Ct., Theodore, AL. 36582
STU (Mobile Riverside) (251-665-2443)
2013
PAS
STU
Fogal, James, 1604 Crescent Blvd., Auburn, AL 36830
(Valley) (334-332-3272)
2011
STU
Meadows, Shelly, 209 Creekridge, Dothan, AL. 36301
(Dothan First) (334-794-8321)
2013 PSV-PT Scott, Krystal, 4328 Live Oak Dr., Auburn, AL 36830
(Auburn Eagle Pointe) (859-608-5060)
2012 PSV-PT Simmons, Michael, 620 Lower Forty Rd., E. Northport, AL 35473
(Tuscaloosa South) (205-361-1897)
2010 PSV-PT Strickland, Samuel Caleb, 444 Wetumpka St., Prattville, AL 36067
STU (Millbrook) (334-318-0975)
K. RETIRED MINISTERS
Armstrong, Mark, 3320 Ontario Dr., Northport, AL 35473 (205-339-7182)
Bell, Wallace, Jr., 6102 26th Ave, Valley, AL 36854 (334-756-2607)
Blackerby, J.F., 1130 9th Ave., S.W., Childersburg, AL 35044 (256-378-3117)
Carruth, W.E., 12910 Carruth Dr., Cottondale, AL 35453 (205-553-6582)
Cornett, Arthur, P. O. Box 646, Fort Gaines, GA 39851 (229-768-3978)
Dye, James, 2155 Hwy 179 N., Caryville, FL 32425 (850-548-5290)
Fields, George, 4110 - 93rd Street, Northport, AL 35476 (205-339-2120)
Flummer, Terry, 2905 2nd Ave. E., Tuscaloosa, AL 35401 (205-826-5763)
Foster, Frank, Sr., 1776 County Rd. 75, Roanoke, AL 36274 (334-885-6520)
Foster, Howard, P.O. Box 874, Demopolis, AL 36732 (334-289-1559)
Ford, Lester, 1047 3rd Ave., Dothan, AL 36301 (334-793-7603)
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Fuller, J. Roy, 115 Shady Oak Lane, Prattville, AL 36066 (334-365-4364)
Geist, Lyle, 7301 Buttermilk Rd., Cottondale, AL 35453 (205-556-2809)
Hall, William, 13040 Hwy. 171, Northport, AL 35473 (205-339-5876)
Hatter, Paul, 2636 S. Cobb Loop Rd., Millbrook, AL 36054 (334-285-7516)
Hendley, William M., 1234 Hwy 301, Trenton, GA 30752 (706-657-3221)
Huff, Robert, 1500 30th St., P.O. Box 1055, Valley, AL 36854 (334-768-2222)
Johnson, Kenneth, P.O. Box 550, Monroeville, AL 36461 (251-575-2524)
Joiner, Henry A., 7447 Buttermilk Rd, Cottondale, AL 35453 (205-556-3326)
Marley, Robert B., P. O. Box 522, Newton, AL 36352 (334-299-3808)
Martin, Charles C., 293 County RD. 408, Grove Oak, AL 35975 (334-546-6892)
Oetken, Gerald, 5064 E. Spencerfield Rd. Pace, FL 32571 (850-994-1126)
Patrick, James Leon, 301 East Broadway, Summerdale, AL 36580 (251-989-2478)
Pope, John H., Sr., 124 Denise Dr., Antioch, TN 37013
Radcliff, Harry, P. O. Box 472, Bayou La Batre, AL 36509 (251-824-2736)
Reach, Jerry, 18148 Wallace Chapel Rd., Vance, AL 35490 (205-556-2349)
Sessions, Phillip, 4711 Co. Rd. 1527, Eva, AL 35621 (256) 796-4610
Shipman, John, 1219 S. 4th St., Lanett, AL 36863 (334-642-1329)
Skipworth, A. Jerry, 819 Pineview Lane, Sylacauga, AL 35150
Tant, Patsy, 3320 Ontario Dr., Northport, AL 35473
Taylor, Alvis, 541 71st St., Tuscaloosa, AL 35405 (205-752-3086)
Tyus, James Sr., 321 Forrest Ave., Selma, AL 36701 (334-874-8340)
Walker, James M., 4477 Heatherbrook Blvd. Tuscaloosa, AL 35405 (205-554-0658)
Young, Dale, 51 Cain Rd., Chelsea, AL 35403 (205-678-9836)
L. PASTORS SERVING WITH LOCAL LICENSE OR AS LAY PASTOR
Foster Jr., Franklin D., 158 Cauthen Cir., Roanoke, AL, 36274 (Rock Mills) (334-863-6484)
McCoy, Jeffrey, 917 Rialta Dr. Montgomery, AL 36117 (God’s Glory Ministries)
(334-279-6348)
Joe “Bubba” Parker, 10350 Hwy 188, Grand Bay, AL 36541, (Bayview)
(251) 455-1629
Shuttlesworth, Linda, 519 Stone River Rd., Tuscaloosa, AL 35406 (Cottondale)
(205) 752-5204
Turney, Milton, 19611 Otoole Ave., Robertsdale, AL 36567, (Robertsdale)
(251) 553-6199
M. REGISTERED EVANGELIST
Snodgrass, Les, 1574 Rolling Hills Dr., Prattville, AL 36067 (Montgomery First), (334) 365-1954
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N. CHAPLAINS
Alabama South District Director of Chaplains: Mitchell L. Powell, 701 Killington Ct., Mobile, AL 36609
(251) 666-0040
Forman, Daniel W., (USAF), 1022 Ramona Dr., Enid, OK 73703, (Millbrook) (210) 592-6723
Gabel, Jim, (Mobile Police Dept.) 1220 Copley Drive, Mobile, AL 36695, (Mobile Parkview)
(251) 634-9492
O. PASTORAL APPOINTMENTS BY DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT
1. Elder
Gary Aldridge (Huguley)
Eric Ellis (Montgomery First)
Dexter Etchison (Roanoke)
James Gates (Jackson)
Dean Hornaday (Lake Martin)
Jeff Skinner (Auburn Eagle Pointe)
Larry Spraker (PAC, Community of Hope)
Mike Walters (Open Arm’s Ministry)
2. Retired Elders
Terry Flummer (Wallace Chapel)
Lester Ford, Sr. (Dothan Northside)
Tant, Patsy (Taylor’s Chapel)
3. District Licensed Ministers
Kenneth Bowen (Millry)
Tonya Cotton (Newstart Community)
James Fogal (Valley First)
4. Local Licensed Ministers
Jeff McCoy (God’s Glory Ministries)
Joe Parker (Bayview)
Linda Shuttlesworth (Cottondale)
Milton Turney (Robertsdale)
P. LAY MINISTER
Pinkie D. Huff
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II. GENERAL INFORMATION
A. RECEIVED AND RECEIPTED ON TRANSFER
1. ELDERS:
Mark A. Aills – North Central Ohio
Carl C. Pratt, Jr. – Georgia
Larry W. Spraker -- Tennessee
2. LICENSED MINISTER:
Lance M. Conn – Tennessee
B. GRANTED TRANSFERS
1. ELDERS:
Richard E. Johnson – Louisiana
David M. Kemp – Kentucky
Rick McClain – Mid-Atlantic
David H. Shirer – West Virginia North
Steven K. Spencer – Northeast Indiana
Robert H. Steinbrook II – East Kentucky
Gary L. Tankersley – Georgia
Daniel K. West -- Louisiana
2. LICENSED MINISTER:
Ghani Dykes – South Carolina
C. ELECTED TO ELDER’S ORDERS
Eric Blaine Ellis
Dean Edward Hornaday
D. ELECTED TO DEACON ORDERS
Alma J. Butler
Virginia H. Jackson
E. NEW DISTRICT MINISTER'S LICENSE GRANTED
ELDER TRACK:
James Fogal
Krystal Scott
F. GRANTED RENEWAL OF MINISTER’S LICENSE
1. ELDER TRACK
Melissa Aaron
Kenneth W. Bowen
Susan R. Broadhead
Lance Conn
J. Alan Cook
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Arthur Cornett
Tonya Cotton
Lisa Daugherty
Shelly Meadows
Michael Simmons
S. Caleb Strickland
2. DEACON TRACK
James D. Brown
G. MINISTERS LICENSE NOT RENEWED
Jeremiah P. Alcorn
H. ELDERS GRANTED RETIRED ASSIGNED (RA) STATUS
None
I. GRANTED REGISTERED EVANGELIST
Leslie R. Snodgrass
J. GRANTED CHAPLAIN STATUS
Daniel Forman
James “Jim” Gabel
Mitchell Powell
K. ELDERS WHO HAVE BEEN DROPPED FROM THE ROLL, DUE TO THEIR
CREDENTIALS HAVING BEEN ASSIGNED A FILED STATUS
Stacey Kelly
W. Duke Middleton
L. PLACED IN COURSE OF STUDY
Angela Hunter
Chet Jordan
Teresa Sears
Ashley Sessions
Terri Sinquiefield
Tim Sullivan
Charles Tipton
M. RETAINED IN COURSE OF STUDY
1. ELDER TRACK:
Melissa Aaron
Zach Baker
Kenneth Bowen
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Susan R. Broadhead
J. Alan Cook
Tonya Cotton
Lisa Daugherty
Troy Dowding
Franklin D. Foster Jr.
Pinkie Huff
Mance McCarthy
Jeff McCoy
Shelly Meadows
Michael Simmons
S. Caleb Strickland
Esther Turney
Milton Turney
2. DEACON TRACK
James Brown
N. GRADUATED FROM THE COURSE OF STUDY
Alma Butler
Eric Ellis
Dean Hornaday
Virginia Jackson
O. DROPPED FROM COURSE OF STUDY
Jeremiah Alcorn
Greg Hock
Mike McCluskey
Jennifer Re’
P. EXISTING CHURCH TYPE MISSIONS (CTM)
Auburn Eagle Pointe
God’s Glory Ministries
Open Arms Ministry (Creola)
Newstart Community (Foley)
Rolling Hills (Calera)
Q. CHURCH DISORGANIZED
None
R. CHURCH NAME CHANGE
Tuscaloosa Woodhaven to TUSCALOOSA CROSS POINTE
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S. INACTIVE STATUS
Childersburg
T. PARENT AFFLIATED CHUCH
Community of Hope, Childersburg, AL.
U. 2012 JOURNAL CORRECTIONS
H. Fred Williams’ ordination date was listed as 2008 in the Roll of Elders of the 2010, 2011, and 2012
journals, but should have been the original date of 1980 since his credential was restored in 2008.
III. PLAN OF EXAMINATION
A. District Board of Ministry
Dr. Mark Berry, District Superintendent, 110 Shady Oak Lane, Prattville, AL 36068,
([email protected] ) (334-365-3188)
William D. Holley, (chairman), 4401 17th St. NE, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404 (205) 553-6845
([email protected])
Walter J. Rezendes (secretary), 919 Heritage Dr., Sylacauga, AL. 35150;
([email protected]) (256) 369-2412
William D. Holley, District Secretary, 4401 17th St. NE, Tuscaloosa, AL 35404 (205-553-6845)
B. ELIGIBILITY
The District Board of Ministry serves only students who are properly enrolled in the course of study.
Enrollment is open to local ministers, local lay ministers, and ministers of music who qualify according to
Manual paragraphs 402 and 410.
C. MODES OF STUDY
1.
The following are the recommended modes of preparation for full-time Christian service and must
be approved first by the District Board of Ministry:
 First, all students should attend a Nazarene Liberal Arts College or University and, if possible,
the Nazarene Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Missouri. This is the preferred and highly
recommended mode of education.
 Second, the Nazarene Bible College in Colorado Springs, Colorado, or the Alabama Nazarene
School of Ministry, both of whom offers an undergraduate degree or certificate program.
 Finally, in some situations, other modes of study may be considered favorable: Nazarene Bible
College’s On-line Course of Study (COS), or Northwest Nazarene University’s Online Course of
Study (COS).
2. The courses required of the college/university listed in Manual 424.3. The competency statements for
ministerial education are listed in Manual 424.3 and the Sourcebook on Ordination—United States of
America Edition 437.15. All colleges/university programs must meet these competency statements.
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D. HOW TO ENROLL IN MODULE
1.
An introductory letter and pertinent information regarding enrollment in ministerial studies can be
found at the following internet address:
http://www.alasouthnaz.org/pastors/ministerialstudies.html
2.
Candidates will register with the District Board of Ministry by submitting the following to the
District Board of Ministry Secretary, Rev. Walter Rezendes, 919 Heritage Dr.,
Sylacauga, AL. 35150; ([email protected]) (256) 369-2412
a. A letter of recommendation from the local pastor and local church board.
b. Copies of any college transcripts and a catalogue containing descriptions of courses completed.
c. A personal letter of request for enrollment.
d. It is the responsibility of each student to submit course work from whatever mode of study they
have completed each year, to the District Board of Ministry Secretary, Rev. Rezendes. (During
December, all college/university students must send official transcripts to the District Board of
Ministry Secretary.)
3.
Enrollment for Alabama Nazarene School of Ministry; contact: Rev. H. Lamar Smith, 1423
Valley Trail, Warrior, AL 35180 (205) 514-6201 Email: [email protected]
E. INSTRUCTIONS
For additional information or questions, contact: William D. Holley, (chairman),4401 17th St. NE,
Tuscaloosa, AL 35404 (205) 553-6845 ([email protected]) or Walter J. Rezendes (secretary), 919
Heritage Dr., Sylacauga, AL. 35150; ([email protected]) (256) 369-2412
IV. DAILY PROCEEDINGS
Wednesday, April 25, 2013
Ordination Service
The 31st Annual District Assembly began with a pre-service music concert with Mr. and Mrs. Dane
Harris. During the pre-service proceedings Dr. Joe Godfrey with Alabama Citizens Action Program
(ALCAP) gave his annual report and encouraged all churches to be aware of critical legislation that will
affect that state. We were exhorted by Dr. Mark Berry, District Superintendent, to make sure we are
sending in our recommended offerings to help support the mission of ALCAP. Rev. Lamar Smith, from
the Alabama North District, gave a short presentation on the campgrounds. He asked us to become
"Friends of the Campground, a program that will help us raise $120,000 over the next year to help with
the needed upkeep and maintenance on the grounds.
Dr. Mark Berry, Alabama South District Superintendent, then welcomed Dr. Jesse Middendorf, presiding
General Superintendent, to the platform and the Ordination Service was officially underway. The partial
report #1 of the District Board of Ministry was presented by Rev. Mitchell Powell, Chairman of the
Alabama South District Board of Ministry. The ordinands were then led into the sanctuary by District
Secretary Rev. William D. Holley, as the congregation and delegates sang "Holiness Unto the Lord."
The congregation and candidates for ordination participated in scripture reading, The Apostles Creed, and
the singing. The ordinands were presented, examined, and found fit for ordination. The Minister's choir
encouraged the assembly and the ordinands with the song "When We See Christ." Dr. Middendorf gave
a powerful message on the character, context, and content of one's ministry.
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The Candidates were brought to the platform one by one as the Ordained Elders gathered round. The
General Superintendent with the minister's laid hands on, and ordained each candidate. Rev. Eric Ellis
and Rev. Dean Hornaday were elected to the order of the Elder, while Rev. Alma Butler and Rev.
Virginia Jackson were elected to the order of Deacon.
The service concluded with a presentation to each candidate from the General Superintendent of each
person's Ordination Credentials, our District Superintendent presented a portable Communion Set from
the district and a beautiful bronze carving from Trevecca Nazarene University, named, "The Calling."
The Ordinands and the assembly were dismissed to the Family Life Center for a reception prepared by the
Millbrook Church of the Nazarene, and reminded to be back at 7:58 for the next day’s business meeting.
THURSDAY
8:00 AM ~ April 26, 2013
The 31st Annual District Assembly convened and was underway with announcements from Rev. Mark
Berry. He recognized Dr. Philip Sessions, District Superintendent Emeritus, and his wife Mary, and Dr.
Sessions come to the platform and opened us with prayer.
The assembly joined together in singing "Jesus Lifted Me," led by Mr. and Mrs. Dane Harris and the
Millbrook praise team. An offering was received to further cover Assembly expenses. The praise team
came back to the platform and led us in more congregational singing.
Dr. Jesse Middendorf then stepped to the pulpit to deliver the morning devotional. He chose Philippians
1:1-11 for his text. He started by proclaiming to us that often what others consider to be a prison, we can
discover as a place of great ministry.
The letter is from the ones who have discovered that "Christ is Everything" to me. Not slaves out of
compulsion, but out of passion. Our Christianity has become so rote, that we often can live day after day
after day without passion. Dr. Middendorf reminded us that we need to get the passion back. We need to
remember that He, Jesus is everything. Dr. Middendorf expounded on the text telling us about Paul's four
great passions. #1 - Paul's passion for Christ. He without a doubt knew that Jesus was the Son of God,
Creator, Messiah. #2 - Paul's passion for Holiness, which is the natural byproduct of a passion of Jesus.
This is a passion that could never be achieved by following the law, but only by wholeheartedly following
the Lord Jesus Christ. #3 - Paul's passion for the church, the Body of Christ, Paul actually died for his
passion for the church. And finally #4 - Paul's passion for the lost and broken. Our passion for lost and
broken people needs to be so great that it drives our entire agenda. Christ sets our agenda, and his agenda
was lost and broken people. The morning devotional time was concluded with prayer. The congregation
and assembly broke out in spontaneous singing of "Be Glorified."
The business session of the 31st assembly of the Alabama South District was then called to order by Dr.
Jesse Middendorf, presiding General Superintendent. Rev. William Holley, District Secretary, read the
motion to accept the following: Statistical Secretary, Rev. William Holley; Recording Secretary, Rev.
Bonnye Campbell; Pages, Rev. Eric Ellis, Rev. Jeffrey Woods, and Rev. Walter “Wally” Rezendes;
Election Secretary, Mr. Jim Metcalf; Enrollment Secretaries Bob and Terri Evans, Judy Campbell and
Jaclyn Nixon; and Assembly Reader, Rev. Kenneth Wyatt. The voting areas were established as all rows
in the sanctuary and the board of teller rooms. The times of session and services were set, and the board
of tellers #1 and #2 were read. The motion was seconded, passed and the business meeting proceeded.
Alternates were verified and seated, by motion, second, and passed unanimously.
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Special Orders of the Day began at 9:30 am. District Superintendent, Rev. Dr. Mark Berry, was called to
the pulpit to give his sixth report to the assembly. Dr. Middendorf reminded us that this is the most
important report we will hear, as it is a summation of everything that has happened on the District
throughout the year. Dr. Berry began his report showing a video about geese. The whole point is about
our connections together and which place each of us has in the flock. The theme this year is "We Are
Better Together!" The pastors of the churches were asked to stand - and Dr. Berry asked Dr. Middendorf
to pray over them - that they would have a holy passion for revival in their churches. The pastors came
forward and the assembly gathered in around and prayer went up that Alabama South could see people
won to the Lord and the Kingdom of God expanded beyond our wildest imagination. At the close of his
report Dr. Middendorf asked if the assembly would accept this report by a show of appreciation. There
was a rousing standing ovation. The report was received and entered into the record as such. Then, Dr.
Middendorf asked the assembly to take up a love offering for the District Superintendent and his wife
Debi.
The board of tellers #1 was called to the front and the ballot for the election of the District Superintendent
was distributed. Prayer was offered, voting took place and the board of tellers was dismissed to tally the
votes. Then, the report of the Board of Ministry #2 was called for. It was asked for the assembly to
review the report. A motion was made seconded and the report was adopted. Partial report #3 was
examined by the assembly. A motion was made to accept the report a second was given and the report
was adopted. The report of the Nominating Committee was then called for Partial report # 1 was
examined. There was a motion and a second to accept the report and it passed unanimously. Partial report
#2 of the Nominating Committee was then given. There was a motion, a second, and adoption was made
by the delegates. Partial Report #3 of the Nominating Committee was given, motioned, seconded and
carried.
Board of Tellers #2 was called to the front of the sanctuary and the ballot for District Officers and the
TNU Trustee was distributed. Reminder was given to serve the other board of tellers with ballots. The
assembly delegates voted, and the board of tellers #2 was dismissed to tally votes.
An announcement was made about the Pension and Benefit offering that is being collected. SO far $955
has been collected to offset the deficit of $7000 on the district. The goal is 100% paid and Dr. Mark
Berry has asked the churches and individuals of the assembly to give sacrificially to see that we raise the
amount in full to ensure that our retired ministers continue to receive their benefits.
The General Superintendent made an announcement on the voting for our District Superintendent. 156
Ballots were cast. Necessary to elect was 104; Yes: 143 - No: 13. Rev. Dr. Mark Berry was officially
reelected and the assembly gave them a rousing standing ovation. Debi Berry was escorted to the
platform to join her husband. A love offering for $823.40 was received for the Berry's and was presented
and the assembly acknowledged their leadership with a clapping and cheering. Debi acknowledged the
love and prayers of the District Family, especially in the time of transition in caring for their aging parents
who are experiencing many health problems.
The report of the district advisory board was then called for. The assembly was asked to review them and
comments were called for. There was a motion, a second, no questions, and the report was adopted
unanimously. Church properties report was then examined by the delegates and members of the
assembly. The report was explained by the General Superintendent. Motion was given, second was
added, the report was further reviewed and passed unanimously.
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The report of the district treasurer was then called for. Mr. Jimmy Horton, District Treasurer came to the
platform to give the Treasurer’s report. The report was accepted by motion, second and unanimous vote.
The District Auditing Committee report was read and given by the General Superintendent. The motion,
and second was given. The Report was adopted unanimously. The report of the Finance Committee was
then read and explained by Jimmy Horton, District Treasurer. There was a motion, a second and the
assembly delegates and members adopted the report.
A special recognition was given by the General Superintendent to the following churches: Bayview,
Columbiana, Cottondale, Dothan First, East Brewton, Landmark, Lanett, Millry, Mobile First,
Montgomery Capital City, Montgomery First, Ridgeville, Shawmut, Taylor's Chapel and Tuscaloosa
Holten Heights for paying all allocations in full for the last 10 years. The assembly reacted with hearty
applause.
Then a special recognition was given by the General Superintendent to Nina Fuller, District NMI
President for 100% plus paid on the world evangelism fund for the Alabama South District.
The Capital City Zone was called forward to give their zone pastors reports. While the District Secretary
read the accomplishments for each church Dr. Berry presented Award Certificates to the pastors. The
assembly enjoyed these impacting reports. The Middendorfs were given gifts from their respective
favorite Alabama Schools. Dr. Middendorf said he saw a dangerous trend appearing...but looked forward
to seeing how the day would unfold.
Dr. Greg Rickey and his wife were welcomed to the assembly and recognized, by Dr. Middendorf.
Dr. Dan Boone, president of Trevecca Nazarene University, was then introduced and welcomed to the
platform to give his report. He shared a wonderful video presentation from the University. Dr. Boone
reminded us that Trevecca, and all our Nazarene Universities, are the discipleship plan for our teens that
are leaving high school, and entering the challenging years of their lives. The universities exist to help
prepare leaders for the kingdom, and to retain our teens and young adult to the church of the Nazarene.
He let the assembly know that only 12% of graduating seniors attend any kind of Nazarene University.
Dr. Boone has said that he has made it his mission to see this rate increase significantly. Dr. Boone
presented a book called "The Lord's Prayer, Imagine It Answered." this book goes to support the Needy
Student Fund; books are $5 each. He also pointed us toward a form in our packet that will help us give a
scholarship for $1000 to an Alabama South District student. In closing - Dr. Boone shared what warms
his heart the most; The "I AM Second" program. This program has the athletes being the student spiritual
leaders on the campus. Although they compete to win - they are second and the Lord is first. They are
not only winning at their sports, they are winning in their testimonies in the world. While all over the rest
of the country, Christian Universities and Colleges are closing, Trevecca will be there tomorrow because
the Nazarene people want it there. Dr. Boone wants us to be a rabid recruiter for the university, and a
gatherer of funds from our local churches to keep our University strong.
The Trevecca Nazarene University Alumni award this year is given to Rev. Larry Sparker from the
Columbiana Church. It was presented by Rev. Michael Johnson, on behalf of the University.
Announcements were given and the assembly was asked to reconvene at 1:30PM. Rev. Greg Rickey
dismissed the convention to lunch break with prayer.
AFTERNOON SESSION
1:30 PM ~ April 26 2013
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The assembly reconvened with a prayer offered by Dr. J. Roy Fuller, District Superintendent Emeritus,
Alabama South. The praise team from Millbrook led in the song - "Jesus Is Alive and Well."
The results of the election of District Officers and TNU trustee were given. 153 ballots were cast for
District advisory board. Elder Brenda Tyus 79; Greg Wood 72; Lay: Jimmy Horton 84; Lisa Skinner 68.
Brenda Tyus was elected as Elder and Jimmy Horton as Lay Advisory Board members.
The election for TNU trustee term to expire 2016: Ballots cast 153 Necessary to elect 77. 146 Yes, 1 No.
Andy Rutherford is elected as TNU Trustee.
A special presentation was given to Dr. Jesse Middendorf, by Rev. William Holley, District Secretary, on
behalf of the Alabama South District. And then he continued with a special presentation to Mrs. Susan
Middendorf. They expressed great appreciation for the gifts and chance to be with Alabama South.
Dr. Mark Berry made an announcement about the Jesus Film. He has passed out 2 Jesus Films for each
pastor to take and give away. Dr. Berry reminded the pastors that this is an exciting ministry that is to be
given away - not kept. Dr. Middendorf let us know that the Jesus Film has been proclaimed the greatest
evangelical tool of the 21st century.
The Chattahoochee Valley Zone was called to give their reports. Gifts were presented by the zone
churches to the G.S. and his wife as well. The reports were interesting and future focused.
The District Camp Report was given by Rev. Dan Ventling. He reported that people are being saved,
sanctified, and called into ministry at the camp. He recognized the camp board and Rev. Lamar Smith,
Camp Board Director, for their hard work and vision for the future. He expressed thanks to the assembly
for their contributions and prayers. The pool project is underway and the 2013 VBS offering, from both
Alabama South and North will go to a new playground for the younger children to use. Rev. Ventling
encouraged the people to go to the camp and use it. He believes lives will be changed. There is a work
week scheduled the first week of May and he asked for anyone who can to come and help restore the
buildings. He concluded in saying we need to pray, pray, pray! Pray for funds, for workers, but most of
all for people who will come there and be changed by God during a time away.
Rev. Lamar Smith then took the podium and asked for each of the pastors to stand. A packet was given to
them that spoke of "Friends of Rolling Hill Camp." He announced that Pastors in an RV will stay free at
Rolling Hills Family Camp this year. He asked for the pastors to recruit those who would participate in
the Friends of the Camp program.
Rev. Mark Berry recognized students from Nazarene Bible College. He then presented the 2013
Distinguished Alumnus Award to Rev. William D. Holley, a 1975 graduate of NBC.
The North Central and Dothan Zones were called to give their reports. Good reports with vision were
given and fun gifts for the GS and his wife were presented.
The Mobile Zone was then called to give their reports. The pastors and their congregations showered the
GS and his wife with fun gifts and visionary reports were given.
There was a video presented from headquarters, reminding us that TOGETHER WE ARE BETTER.
The next group of pastors was called from the South Central Zone, followed by the Tuscaloosa Zone.
Great reports were given and many more Alabama/Auburn gifts were given to the Middendorfs.
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District Secretary made a motion to send special greetings to: Mrs. Barbara Chaney-Scaia, wife of former
District Superintendent, Dr. Reeford Chaney; Parents of Dr. Berry (Rev. & Mrs. Atwood Berry) and Debi
(Mr. & Mrs. Ken Reigard) and Debi; Rev. and Mrs. Greg Storey, District Superintendent elect of the
Alabama North District.
There was recognition of retired/former District Superintendents present: Dr. and Mrs. J. Roy Fuller,
District Superintendent Emeritus, and Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Sessions, District Superintendent, Emeritus.
Dr. Mark Berry also recognized visitors and guest of the assembly: Dr. Dan Boone, President Trevecca
Nazarene University; Rev. Michael Johnson, Public Liaison for the Office of the President of TNU; and
Rev. and Mrs. Greg Storey, Alabama North District Superintendent.
There was motion made to let the District Secretary be authorized to edit harmonize, expunge, and print
the minutes. The meetings were then adjourned with the Memoirs report and prayer
JESSE MIDDENDORF, General Superintendent
WILLIAM D. HOLLEY, District Secretary
V. REPORTS
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DISTRICT OFFICERS
District Superintendent’s Report
April 25, 2013
Dr. Jesse & Susan Middendorf, Dr. Roy and Nina Fuller, Dr. Phillip and Mary Sessions, honored guests,
esteemed pastors of the Alabama South District, and beloved laity from across our great state, welcome to
the 31st District Assembly of the Church of the Nazarene in South Alabama.
It is my privilege to share the accomplishments of pastors and laypersons that faithfully served God
together in their local churches and communities in this, my sixth report. 1 Corinthians 12:12-13 (The
Message) reads, “You can easily enough see how this kind of thing works by looking no further than your
own body. Your body has many parts—limbs, organs, cells—but no matter how many parts you can
name, you’re still one body. It’s exactly the same with Christ. By means of His one Spirit, we all said
good-bye to our partial and piecemeal lives. We each used to independently call our own shots, but then
we entered into a large and integrated life in which He has the final say in everything. (This is what we
proclaimed in word and action when we were baptized.) Each of us is now a part of his resurrection body,
refreshed and sustained at one fountain—His Spirit—where we all come to drink. The old labels we once
used to identify ourselves—labels like Jew or Greek, slave or free—are no longer useful.”
As we are aware, the General Superintendents will be sharing the theme, “We are Better Together” as
they travel to various assemblies this year. Therefore, with the theme of “togetherness” in mind, I want to
begin by saying “thank you” to all those who make our district what it is. We are truly a better district
when we work together.
Words of Appreciation
If it were not for the tireless efforts of laypeople and pastors, we could never see our district progress. A
“big” thank you to Mr. Jimmy Horton, our District Finance Committee chairman and treasurer. His
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knowledge in the area of finance has contributed to our financial stability. Of course, it takes churches
like yours that gave generously to the district to provide needed funds. Thank you to Rev. Bill Holley, our
district secretary. Bill is a God-send to this district. He is organized and thorough, which is what we need
in a secretary.
I have the privilege of working with a well-qualified office administrator. Debi has worked in banks,
churches, and now our district office. She is qualified in experience, talent, and education. With her smile
and her capabilities, she has won the hearts of the district. Thank you, Debi, for being a wonderful wife
and for the difference you have made on the Alabama South District.
A special thank you to the District Advisory Board: Mr. Danny Curtis, Mr. Jim Metcalf, Mr. Dale
Strickland, Rev. Bill Holley, Rev. Andy Rutherford, and Rev. Scott Sessions. Thank you for your
commitment to the district and the time you have invested.
Our Missional Leaders are the most underpaid pastors on the district. Actually, they don’t get paid, but
give sacrificially to lead the pastors in their respective mission areas.
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Pastor Carl Reed – Capital Mission Area
Pastor Tim Campbell – Chattahoochee Valley Mission Area
Pastor Scott Sessions – Dothan Mission Area
Pastor Mitchell Powell – Mobile Mission Area
Pastor Larry Spraker – North Central Mission Area
Pastor James Meadows – South Central Mission Area
Pastor James Walker – Tuscaloosa Mission Area
We are appreciative to our auxiliary leaders: Pastor Mitchell Powell – our SDMI chairperson, Mr. Bob
Evans – our NYI president, and Mrs. Nina Fuller – our NMI president. Let’s share our thanks for their
faithful service and good leadership across the district.
New Pastors
Several new pastors have come to the district or transitioned in ministry this past year. I would like for
them to stand as I read their names. Join with me in welcoming our new pastors: Tim & Laura Sullivan
(Calvert); Larry & Mary Ann Spraker (Columbiana & Childersburg Community of Hope); Joe Parker
(Grand Bay); Bernie & Linda Defffinger (Lanett); Ken & Judy Wyatt (Ridgeville); Walter “Wally” &
Loyace Rezendes (Sylacauga); Brett & Christina Medley (Trinity); and James & Dannell Fogel (Valley
First).
New staff members include: Lance & Debra Conn (Dothan First); Terri & Steve Sinquefield (Columbiana
& Childersburg Community of Hope); Mance & Mary Ann McCarthy (Sylacauga); and Mark Aills
(Tuscaloosa First).
NewStarts
I want to give special recognition to our NewStart pastors (please stand as I call your name): Jeff & Lisa
Skinner (Auburn Eagle Pointe); Larry & Mary Ann Spraker (Community of Hope); Tonya & Jeff Cotton
(Foley Newstart Community); Jeff & Andrea McCoy (God’s Glory Ministries); and Mike & Burma
Walters (Open Arms Ministry).
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The Jeremiah Award – Previously the Playing Hurt Award
Jeremiah 29:11 reads, “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you
and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”
The Jeremiah Award is named after Jeremiah, the weeping prophet, who gave hope to the people of Israel
and wept with compassion over God’s people. This award is given to the pastor who went through
unusually tough circumstances this past year, but prevailed. This retired pastor spent over 20 years in
pastoral ministry spanning from Texas, Oklahoma, North Florida, and South Alabama. Numerous times
this pastor neared death, but God saw fit to bring him back. All the while, his wife stood faithfully by his
side. A few years ago, his wife was told that he would not survive; therefore, bought a casket in
preparation for his death. God had a plan for his life. At this time, I would like to present this year’s
“Jeremiah Award” to Pastor Mark and Teresa Armstrong. In the midst of near death, they looked to the
future in hope.
Our Statistics
The statistical highlights of the past year are as follows:
Raised for all Purposes: $4,150,254
Church Membership: 4,058
New Nazarenes: 160
Worship Attendance Average: 2,794
Discipleship Attendance Average: 2,218
Fund Allocation Payments:
World Evangelism Fund: $198,670 (103.10%)
District Ministries Fund: $203,654 (90.74%)
Education Fund: $72,691 (91.66%)
Pensions and Benefits: $74,435 (93.86%)
We thank every church that paid 100% or more of their allocations. I challenge churches that did not
reach the goal of 100% giving to commit to rising to the challenge of full participation next year! The
answer to our financial concerns would be to lead more people to Christ, disciple them and educate them
in the purpose of tithing.
We have asked pastors to receive or bring an offering to the assembly to help offset the $6,910 deficit in
our Pensions budget in order to reach 100%. I will ask pastors to please send their church offerings to the
platform today so that the district treasurer can tabulate and then give an offering report after the lunch
break. I believe that God will bless our faithfulness in our sacrificial giving.
Awards
Certificates of achievement will be presented later today when the pastors share their reports. At that time,
we want to celebrate the accomplishments of pastors and churches that sacrificially gave for the
advancement of the kingdom.
HOPE Award
The HOPE Award is given to the lead pastor of a church that had a fruitful, passionate ministry of
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evangelism and discipleship, and a commitment to fund the mission of the Church of the Nazarene
through faithful stewardship. This church has brought HOPE to their community with the Gospel of Jesus
Christ.
This year’s HOPE Award will be presented to the pastor of a recently established Parent-Affiliated
Church. Their percentage of conversions was greater than any other church on the district, based on the
size of the church. This church has been an example of kingdom building. Rev. Larry Spraker, pastor of
the Columbiana Church of the Nazarene, would you please come forward to receive the Hope Award on
behalf of the former Childersburg Church, renamed Community of Hope Church of the Nazarene.
Project Care
A special thank you to those that participated in Project Care that began last year to assist smaller
churches in need of updating their facilities. This year we worked on the parsonage at Valley First. Would
the following individuals stand in recognition of your participation in this project: Rev. Les & Patsy
Snodgrass, Rev. Tim Campbell and the Shawmut Church of the Nazarene, and anyone else who might
have assisted in this effort. They are proof of cooperation efforts on the district.
We are Better Together
There may be some who question the importance of our denomination. I have come up with the most
important reasons why we are "better together" through the functions and responsibilities of the Alabama
South District:
1. Accountability: We have the greatest means of accountability as a district and denomination.
2. Connectedness: We are a connected district. We care about each other and take part in camps,
retreats, and revivals. The district facilitates building of morale through fellowship, collaboration,
resourcing, and connectivity.
3. Evangelism: Together we are a group of churches that collectively are impacting our communities
for Christ.
4. Finances: Giving, regardless of the size of church, makes a difference for the kingdom. As
someone once said, “equal sacrifice, not equal giving.”
5. Leadership Development: The district provides training to pastors through accessible and
attractive opportunities for personal and professional growth.
6. Collaborative Discipleship Opportunities: While a few of our larger churches can fund their own
retreats, etc., the vast majority of our churches, and even our larger ones, benefit from district-sponsored
events.
7. Assessment and Credentialing of Ministers: The accountability through ministerial credentials and
studies helps maintain theological clarity and integrity.
8. Pastoral Placement and Pastoral Evaluation Assistance: Church boards are provided assistance by the
district in times of pastoral transition and during a pastor's tenure.
So, I have concluded that we are “better together” – not independently.
Change
For us to be “better” in the togetherness, we need to make some changes in our churches on the Alabama
South District. We must admit that change does not come easy for most. This plaque was displayed in a
local gym: “There are 3 C’s in Life: Choices, chances and changes. You must make a choice to take a
chance or your life will never change”
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Choice: Alabama South District, you have a choice today to either move forward or backwards.
Many of us are trying too hard to hold on to past traditions and ways of reaching the lost. Let me
remind you that we have left the age of tent meetings and are now in the age of Twitter and
Facebook. Someone said that the next greatest revival will look much different from the earlier
revivals because of our changing world.
Chances: We will need to take chances if we are to move forward. It might make some people
upset or perhaps a few may leave our churches, but if we don’t take a chance, we will slowly die. I
have actually heard laypeople and board members say, “We don’t want those kind of people in our
church.” It’s amazing to me that some churches would rather see their church closed before they
would be willing to reach out to a different class or culture of people. This attitude must change.
Changes: We will need to make changes or our churches will die. We must learn that the best way
of existence is to reproduce ourselves. One answer is: established churches starting new churches,
regardless of size. The real answer is living out holiness to the world around us and leading them
to Christ. The problem is, too many of our churches talk about holiness, teach about holiness, but
don’t live it.
Recently, I was reading “Helps to Holiness” written in 1896 by Samuel Brengle of the Salvation Army.
He explains the definition of holiness through these words, “Perfect love expels from the heart all hatred
and every evil temper contrary to love. Holiness is a state in which there is no anger, malice, blasphemy,
hypocrisy, envy, love of ease, selfish desires for good opinion of men, shame of the Cross, worldliness,
deceit, debate, contention, nor evil desire or tendency in the heart. It is a state in which there is no longer
any doubt or fear. It is a state in which God is loved and trusted with a perfect heart.”
Dr. Brengle shared his testimony of this experience of holiness as follows, “I walked out over Boston
Common before breakfast, weeping for joy and praising God. Oh, how I loved! In that hour I knew Jesus,
and I loved Him till it seemed my heart would break with love. I was filled with love for all His creatures.
I heard the little sparrows chattering; I loved them. I saw a little worm wriggling across my path; I
stepped over it; I didn’t want to hurt any living thing. I loved the dogs, I loved the horses, I loved the little
urchins on the street, I loved the strangers who hurried past me, I loved the heathen, I loved the whole
world.
May God help us to return to our roots as Nazarenes not only to preach and teach holiness, but live it on a
daily basis as pastors and lay people. Let’s spend more time loving each other and the world, than we do
fighting over trivial matters.
Vision for the Future
This year, district pastors did a year-long study on the book by Paul Bordman called, “Make or Break
Your Church in 365 Days”. Over 15 pastors came one time or the other during the past year to collaborate
together via video conferencing. This is the challenge that was given to us as churches. Boardman states
that our vision needs to be about two numbers:
1. The first number represents the individuals who will become new disciples of Christ through the life of the
congregation in the next five years.
2. The second number represents the individuals the congregation will touch at least once with the love of
Jesus Christ over the next five years through things like a food pantry, vacation Bible school, mission trips,
or other events.
God laid this on my heart as a challenge to our churches. I would like to challenge your church to have a
vision for these two numbers. First, the pastors have been asked to share in their reports of how many
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souls they would like to reach each year for the next five years. How many will you win to Christ and
disciple? Secondly, how many people will you reach each year through outreach events that your church
has organized for the purpose of touching the lives of others with the Gospel of Jesus Christ?
My prayer is that every church will show life by winning at least one person to Christ each year. Of
course, we should be reporting much more. Together, we can make a difference. Separately, we are
ineffective. Together, we can challenge each other. Separately, we become loners with an inward mindset.
Will you take the challenge?
Dynamic Church Planting International (DCPI)
In January, 40 pastors, including two from other denominations, and two districts, Alabama North and
South, met on the district camp grounds for one week of extensive training for the planting of churches.
Out of that training came several NewStart churches that God laid on the hearts of pastors. You will
probably hear about these new works in the pastor’s report by those who attended.
As part of my training that week, the following came through the joint effort of my team as we shared a
vision of what we would like to occur on the Alabama South District:
Alabama South District Church of the Nazarene
LONG-TERM TRAINING IMPLEMENTATION
VISION
The Alabama South District Church of the Nazarene seeks to create a Holy Passion for…
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Prayer
People
Progress
Our passion for God compels us to fulfill the Great Commission to “Go into all the world and share the
Gospel” as emphasized in Matthew 28. It fits the mission for the Church of the Nazarene to "Make Christlike Disciples in the Nations". It is this passion that moves us toward effective church planting
multiplication. As taught by Christ, we are to “…Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all
your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind; and, Love your neighbor as yourself.” (Luke
10:27)
Our passion for Prayer moves us to our knees to seek His guidance regarding when and where to plant
churches. Prayer gives us the wisdom, knowledge, and power through the Holy Spirit to move from an
ingrown churches to outgrown. Prayer gives us direction and points our minds and hearts toward God.
This passion for prayer is seen as the driving force behind every effort to plant churches on the Alabama
South District. It is a total dependence upon God.
Our passion for People will be the catalyst for seeking new locations of worship for people that are
seeking God. Our passion for people will result in new congregations reaching out to a community in
compassion. We are motivated by a love for God and people to seek new venues of ministry.
Our passion for Progress will drive us into moving forward without waning. Paul stressed, “I press on
toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus” (Philippians
3:14). Our desire will be to create an atmosphere and a culture of progress through the planting of new
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churches.
GOALS
1. It is our passion to change the mindset of churches and pastors on the Alabama South District to a
community mindset rather than an inward mindset.
2. We desire for a heart of compassion for the lost in each leader across the district for their communities;
thus, the desire to plant vibrant and growing new churches.
3. This Holy Passion leads us to the following goals within the next 10 years:
a. To plant 20 new Anglo churches (2 per year)
b. To plant 10 new Black churches (1 per year)
c. To plant 10 new Hispanic churches (1 per year)
4. We will introduce Dynamic Church Planting International (DCPI) to all the pastors on the district through
the yearly district superintendent’s training tour.
5. We will provide an introductory class for pastors and leaders in DCPI at the “Team Day” event in August
of 2013, utilizing our trainers for the Churches Planting Churches (CPC) and Church Planting Essentials
(CPE) tracks. This will merely familiarize leaders in what DCPI can offer.
6. We will begin the training of pastors and leaders through trained DCPI trainers in the areas of CPC and
CPE. This training has already been scheduled under the leadership of Pastor Jeff Skinner of Auburn Eagle
Pointe. Information is available in your packets.
7. Our goal will be to train every pastor on our district in various areas of DCPI within the next two to three
years.
8. The five trained DCPI leaders will conduct training in their area of expertise at least once a year in their
mission area. A total of one training session will be conducted each fall by the trainers on the district.
9. On January 13-17, 2014, we will reconvene at the Rolling Hills Camp and Conference Center for training
in the areas of CPC and CPE, which will be a joint effort of the Alabama North and South districts.
10. As a new pastor joins the district, we will conduct a “new pastor” training and introduce them to our culture
of planting churches through DCPI.
11. It is our vision that before a pastor on the Alabama South District can be ordained, they will be required to
take either CPE or CPC.
12. We will ask each local church to provide two numbers for the 50 churches on the district:
a. A five-year goal of individuals who will come to know Christ and be discipled. A project goal
would be 20 per church or 1,000 per year or 5,000 in five years.
b. A five-year goal of lives that we touch through the Gospel of Jesus Christ through various events
such as: VBS, special events, Christmas/Easter events, etc. A projected goal would be at least
2,000 per church or 100,000 per year or 500,000 in five years.
13. Out of these two numbers we believe that God will give us the privilege of starting new churches.
14. Our ultimate goal is to make a significant difference for eternity so that our generation will be remembered
for starting new churches that are making an impact in South Alabama.
STRATEGIES
1. Provide statistics to emphasize why we need to plant churches. Our present numbers should bring us to our
knees, and then to our feet to move into action.
2. We will place an emphasis on church planting and praying for church planting across the district on a
specific Sunday in January of each year, specifically during the week of DCPI training at Rolling Hills.
3. We will encourage every church to place church planting as a priority on their prayer list and in their
bulletins and literature on weekly/monthly basis.
4. In order to train all pastors on the district, we will need to utilize technology through video conferencing.
5. We will use the present missional leaders to gather their mission area pastors for training.
6. We will use our present “Team Day” to present church planting to the district and its leaders.
7. We will share our district vision through publications, assemblies, and various events throughout the year.
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Our strategy is for the local church to catch this vision and not see it as solely a district vision.
The challenge is, what would God have your church do to plant another church? Perhaps your church will
start with a Bible study in a parishioner’s home that will eventually become a new church. What vision do
you have for your local church? When we get in the mindset that we do things better together, then we
will begin to see Alabama South District churches working together to start new churches without
jealousy or competition.
DISTRICT OFFICE
If we are to do the above, our district office will need to be updated to a center of training. I have a vision
for the District Center that has been caught by your District Advisory Board. Fifteen plus years ago, the
present office space was leased in order to provide for a new and growing district. Times have changed
and our district has different needs. It was recently agreed upon by the Advisory Board that we have
outgrown our present facilities and there is a need to pursue the purchase of a property that will prepare us
for the future. We are in need of space that can enable us to provide for training of pastors and a center
where we can house all auxiliaries when they have their meetings throughout the year. Presently, we have
been in negotiation with the facility that you will see on the screen and are praying that God will give us
the property that He so desires. Pray with us as we seek His will. If your church would like to join in the
vision, we may call upon you to contribute. Let’s pray for God’s will.
EVANGELISM, DISCIPLESHIP, AND CHURCH PLANTING STARTS WITH THE HEART
J.B. Chapman spoke at Kansas City First Church of the Nazarene in 1946 and said, “I want a revival that,
like a summer shower, that will purify the atmosphere of our churches everywhere, and which will awake
the dormant forces of our people young and old. I want something so general and so divine that it will be
uncontrollable. I want something that will reemphasize old-time moral and spiritual conditions.”
J.B. Chapman went on to say, “Nine-tenths of the bickering and fault-finding and suspicion and criticism
among us, laymen and preachers, general and district superintendents, would disappear if we were
people joined up in an all-out crusade for souls.”
Dr. James Diehl, Nazarene General Superintendent Emeritus, speaking at the 1997 Nazarene General
Assembly said:
“The question before us is this: Is there enough passion in the soul of the church to carry this holiness
message to the peoples of this world?
 Our problem is not with our profession, but with our passion.
 Our problem is not with our procedures, but with our passion.
 Our problem is not with our policy, but with our passion.
 Our problem is not with our purpose, but with our passion.
 Our problem is not with our programs, but with our passion.
When it is all said and done: If we lose our passion, we lose our movement.”
Again, let me remind you of our vision: To be a district with a Holy Passion for God, Prayer, People and
Progress.
THE CHALLENGE
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We are all familiar with the verse in Proverbs 29:18 that reads, “Without a vision, the people perish”.
What vision do you have for your church? It is not only about the pastor’s vision, but a collaboration and
cooperation of the people who see something "together". For you see, “together is really better”.
At this time, I would like for each pastor to stand where they are and have our General Superintendent
pray a prayer for you and your church. My prayer for you is that God would lay a vision on your heart
that would spill over into your church, a passion for God that will burn within your soul, and a love for
each other that will bring us together in Christ.
Let’s come stand "together" and commit our goals to Christ. Let's desire a move of God upon our hearts
and lives that would affect our churches and cause a revival like we have never experienced before!
Respectfully submitted,
Mark D. Berry, District Superintendent
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Sunday School and Discipleship Ministries International Chairman
April 24, 2013
Greetings to: Dr. Jesse Middendorf, Dr. Berry, delegates and friends of the convention.
I stand before you today humbled by this past year. Having accepted this position by appointment from
our District Leadership without any prior preparation, I soon discovered that I had more to learn than I
ever imagined. I give God thanks for the great people had placed along side me to help me in this
ministry: Dr. Berry our D.S., Each of my Department Heads (have stand), each Mission Area Leader
(have stand) and the District Sunday School Board (have stand). Let me give a special note of thanks to
Rev. Bill Holley and Rev. Carl Reed for their untiring efforts to keep me straight. To these I invite you to
join me in giving a sign of thanks for what they have allowed God to do through them this past year in our
local churches and on the district scene (lead in applause).
During this past year I had the privilege of attending each district Sunday School functions that I could. I
must say now that our district Sunday School is alive and well, seeking the lost and bringing the message
of holiness through a wide variety of formats. I take sanctified pride in being counted among you the
people of Alabama South Church of the Nazarene who love the Lord your God and your neighbor. God
will bless you with the reward of your labor!
There have been great days on the local level as well! These churches have given their best and
experienced the grace of God this past year in their Sunday Schools. (Call out Award Churches and
present Certificates). We join them in their celebration because in is all for the Kingdom and the souls
that have been changed!
Our District retreats are a much needed function of the Sunday School arm of our district church. I
encourage you to: 1) Plan to attend the retreats that are appropriate for you, 2) Pray for those retreats that
they by be a time of renewal physically and a time of spiritual revival. 3) If you can’t go pick out one and
support them with your generous gift.
Please allow me to speak briefly to two district programs that God has made especially dear to my heart.
1) Quizzing: While Teen Quizzing falls under the prevue of the NYI, the making of great quizzers
begins in our Children’s Quizzing program. If you church is not participating – your children
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need for you to do so – yesterday! In this program your child will be exposed to the Word of God
in a much more penetrating and power manner than in any other program God has given to us!
They will be into the Word of God but more importantly you will find that the Word of God is in
them to have an eternal life changing effect!
2) VBS: What a blessing VBS is to our local church and community. If you do the traditional or
alternative style it is still one of the greatest outreach happenings that your local Sunday School
will experience. Plan your VBS, Pray God’s Spirit upon your VBS, Participate in bringing
children to your VBS, Place yourself on the children’s door step afterwards and meet the parents!
And just see what God will do! This summer or VBS offering will be different. In conjunction
with Alabama North District Church of the Nazarene our missionary offering project will have a
closer to home impact than normal. All VBS offerings will still be counted as approved mission
and 10% giving. But our offerings will be designated as a home mission project. This year our
offerings will go to the jointly operated campgrounds for the installation of a fully equipped
children’s playground complete with safety mulch! Your children will be able to give and see a
tangible result of their giving right here at home.
Please allow me to close by sharing with you a hope and a prayer for your local Sunday School. Imagine
if your will a Sunday School where each children’s teacher makes weekly contact with each child, just to
keep in touch and love them in Jesus’ name. Imagine a Sunday School where each Youth and Young
Adult teacher is active in the lives of each pupil outside the classroom. Sharing the ups and downs of life
on an individual basis and tempering that sharing with the love of God being given to each student
through their Sunday School Teacher. Imagine a Sunday School where every Adult Teacher reaches out
during the week to make house or hospital call, leave that text or e-mail or talk on the phone just for the
purpose of being the hands and feet of God to their students. Imagine a Sunday School where love is
spoken every day of the week not with words but with meaningful actions. Imagine a Sunday School
where teacher and student alike are fully engaged in being Christ to each other and community we live in.
Thank you for the privilege I have had this past year of being ministered to by you – our district Sunday
School ministries! God has blessed and His blessings never cease!
Respectfully Submitted,
Rev. Mitchell L. Powell
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Nazarene Missions International President’s Report
April 24, 2013
To Rev. and Mrs. Heap, Dr. Mark Berry, special guests, delegates and friends of this thirtieth NMI
Convention, it is a privilege to bring my fifth report for the Alabama South District, “Partners in the
Harvest” of God’s kingdom. It is a joy to serve, to pray, to give and work with faithful and generous
people who are ready and willing to be involved in the Harvest. Many before us have planted and watered
and God is giving the growth. Jesus said in John 4:35: “Lift up your eyes, and look on the fields, for they
are white already to harvest.” I recently learned that when the wheat field is ready for harvest it is a bright
golden color and as the wheat matures it begins to turn a snowy white. Jesus said the fields are white for
harvest. That means it is ripe and ready. It needs to be done now or the harvest will ruin and it will be
too late. There are still many fields that we need to reach with the love of God before it is too late.
We are blessed with district leaders who believe in the Great Commission and give us instruction
and inspire us to keep on the mission to which God has called us. Thank you, Dr. Berry and Debi, for
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your strong leadership and your encouragement and support throughout the year. We are grateful for all
the ways you help us to be people of God.
I am thankful for my husband who is always lending his support and very often asking, “What can
I do to help?” He helps in so many ways and I could not do this job without him and his encouragement.
He really deserves some kind of medal!
It is a privilege to serve with the dedicated leaders who make up the District NMI Council. Each
one of them has a heart for missions and they serve with joy. I would like to recognize them: Donna
Angerbrandt, Debi Berry, Diane Thompson, Judy Wyatt, June Jarrell, Dot Brumbeloe, Lisa Skinner, Beth
Hopkins, Dorothy Heller, Beckie Shackelford, Amanda Young, Sue Williams, Lavelle Nobles, Freddy
Williams. Thank you, district council, for your service to God and the church through NMI.
We are “PARTNERS IN THE HARVEST” by:
PRAYING: Prayer is the key to successful missionary work. It is an important key to helping
bring in the harvest. Missionaries always tell us that the most important thing we can do for them is to
pray. I suggest to you that you be specific in your prayers and pray regularly for missionaries by name,
pray for your LINKS family, pray for missionaries who visit our district, and others that you may know
personally. By praying specifically for special people and particular needs you will feel more involved in
the harvest of souls. Try it and receive a blessing and be a blessing to a missionary! Continue to pray for
the meetings of the Global NMI Convention and General Assembly coming up in June. The Board of
General Superintendents have asked us all to join in a time of Prayer & Fasting beginning June 1 – 21as
we approach the General Assembly and Conventions.
We are “PARTNERS IN THE HARVEST” by:
EDUCATING and INVOLVING: Pastors and NMI presidents, thank you for your prayers,
involvement and leadership in missions. You have educated and challenged your people to support
missions. You have involved every age group, children, teens, and adults in all different areas of the
mission work. Many of you have met all your goals. Some of you worked very hard, but just didn’t quite
reach your goals. We say thank you to all of you, pastors and presidents, and local council members for
your service to God and every contribution to global missions. (A gift from Cuba is in every church’s
packet)
I thank you for educating and informing your people about Nazarene missions by promoting the
Reading Books. Many of you have read all of the books and we have a total of 3743 (4114 readers in
2012) readers. Lisa Skinner, Mission Education Coordinator will present some awards a little later this
morning and share some information about the presidents packets.
(Awards go to Tuscaloosa Holten Heights 180%over goal and Calvert 320% over goal.)
TEAM Day is another way we educate and inform. Thanks to all who participated in TEAM Day
last August. NMI presented three workshops to help you in your local missions program. You brought
over 300 pounds of school supplies to TEAM Day and June Jarrell was able to take them to the Pathway
for Children Child Development Center in the Dominican Republic that we had supported through the
Children’s Project the year before. You will hear more about that later. We anticipate another great
TEAM Day, August 10, 2013 sharing information to help each other.
We are “PARTNERS IN THE HARVEST” through…
WORK & WITNESS: Alabama South District sent a Work & Witness team to Honduras this
past October where they worked on the Ulola church and parsonage. God helped in many and mighty
ways for us to be able to send a team to Cuba earlier this month. Just 15 days ago they returned from
Cuba. We can hardly wait to hear the report of our Work & Witness director, June Jarrell, later this
morning.
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We are “PARTNERS IN THE HARVEST” with…
MISSIONARIES: We have brought first-hand reports to you through missionaries. We hosted
two missionary families on the district last year: Gary & Penney (Zambia) and Russell & Donna (Africa).
I urge you to schedule a missionary for your church. We are thankful to Dot Brumbeloe for her
tremendous work in scheduling Deputation Tours on the District. Please talk with her about a missionary.
This is one of the most effective ways to connect your church with what is happening on the mission
field.
January 26, 2013 we had our first Teen Mission Rally at Capital City Church with NMI/NYI
jointly sponsoring the event. There were over 100 in attendance and missionaries Russ & Donna from
Africa really connected with our teens. We give special thanks to Lisa Skinner and Bob Evans for
coordinating the day. We are already anticipating the second Teen Mission Rally, January 25, 2014 with
missionary Cynthia from Argentina.
We are “PARTNERS IN THE HARVEST” through…
OUR CHILDREN: Alabama South children are “Partners in the Harvest”. The Children’s
Mission Rally, held in October each year, continues to be a well attended day for our boys and girls. Gary
& Penney and their children were a blessing as they told us about their work in Zambia. It is a joy to see
the children’s enthusiasm for missions and their desire to participate in the Children’s projects each year.
As Judy reported last evening, our children have again gone above and beyond and raised a total of
$16,691.00 for the District Center in Guyana. Did you know that in these last 6 years our children have
given over $ 87,000.00 to world mission projects. We thank Judy Wyatt for her leadership and look
forward to the new project this year of supporting the Boat for the Amazon in Brazil which will help to
reach hundreds of boys and girls and men and women with the Gospel who could not be reached without
the boat.
We are “PARTNERS IN THE HARVEST” through our…
GIVING: I am grateful and amazed at your generous giving to world missions. Thank you for
your faithfulness in giving to World Evangelism Fund and all the world mission special offerings.
We have a total of 20 churches that have earned recognition as WORLD EVANGELISM
CHURCH OF EXCELLENCE by OVER PAYING WEF, giving 5.7% or more:
(NMI President and Pastor please stand if your name is on the list. The certificate is in the
president’s packet.)
AUBURN EAGLE POINT
MOBILE RIVERSIDE
CALVERT
MONTGOMERY CAPITAL CITY
COLUMBIANA
MONTGOMERY FIRST
COTTONDALE
ROCK MILLS
DOTHAN FIRST
SHAWMUT
EAST BREWTON
SPENCER
LANDMARK
TAYLOR’S CHAPEL
LANETT
TUSCALOOSA FIRST
MILLBROOK
TUSCALOOSA HOLTEN HEIGHTS
MILLRY
WALLACE CHAPEL
We have another 6 churches that paid World Evangelism Fund in full by giving 5.5% of income
this year: (Pastor and/or President please stand and remain standing until all have been called. They will
receive the WORLD EVANGELISM CHURCH certificate and it is in the president’s packet). The
churches are:
CALVERT
SELMA WEST VILLAGE
EXCEL EJM
SYLACAUGA FIRST
RIDGEVILLE
TUSCALOOSA SOUTH
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We give special thanks you to all the churches that paid World Evangelism Fund in full or overpaid and to every church and individual who gave to keep Nazarene missions going strong.
Through your generous giving to missions you gave to:
Approved Mission Specials
$128,717.00
(Alabaster, WMBroadcast, Miss. Health Care, LINKS,
Work & Witness Trips, Compassionate Ministries,
Deputation, Jesus Film, Missionary Christmas)
Children’s Project - District Center in Guyana
$ 16,691.00
Cuba Work & Witness project
$ 12,394.00
Given to Alabama South Work & Witness Fund
$
975.00
World Evangelism Fund
(103.10% Paid)
$198,670.00
GRAND TOTAL
$357,447.00
Your giving to missions tells me you are serious about obeying the Great Commission and being
faithful to the God of the Harvest! Praise the Lord!
We have 19 churches that have reached the requirements for Mission Priority One. (Will the
president or pastor or someone from the church please stand and remain standing until all have been
called). (The certificate is in the president’s packet). The Mission Priority One churches are:
AUBURN EAGLE POINTE
COLUMBIANA
COTTONDALE
DOTHAN FIRST
EAST BREWTON
EXCEL EJM
LANDMARK
LANETT
MILLBROOK
MOBILE RIVERSIDE
MONTGOMERY CAPITAL CITY
MONTGOMERY FIRST
SHAWMUT
ROCK MILLS
SPENCER
SYLACAUGA FIRST
TUSCALOOSA FIRST
TUSC. HOLTEN HEIGHTS
WALLACE CHAPEL
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR ALL THE WAYS YOU HAVE BEEN “PARTNERS IN THE
HARVEST” THIS PAST YEAR. YOU HAVE AMAZED ME AND I BELIEVE GOD IS PLEASED
WITH ALL THE THINGS WE HAVE DONE….AND I THINK HE IS STILL SAYING TO US: “The
harvest fields are white, but the reapers (workers) are few. Look at the fields they are open and ready for
the harvest.” They have passed the golden color stage and are now white. This means we must get to the
work of the harvest while there is still time. How do you think Jesus sees the harvest? I think…
1. Jesus sees the Harvest as Plentiful
“Then Jesus said to his disciples, ‘The harvest is plentiful” (Matt 9:37). In Jesus’ day the world
population was approximately 150 million people. The world’s population today exceeds 6 billion people
– with over 300 million in the United States. The number of spiritually lost and dying is overwhelming.
The harvest is plentiful.
2. Jesus sees the Harvest as Precious
Make no mistake about it: Jesus loves people. “When he saw the crowds, he had compassion on
them” (Matt. 9:36) The word Compassion describes the love that moves a person to the depths of their
being, that moves people to cry for others, that moves people beyond sentimental feelings to heartfelt
action.
Roy Fish served as professor of evangelism at Southwestern Baptist Seminary. Years ago, his
infant son had an illness that almost caused his death. Fish’s heart broke at the thought of his son dying.
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As he waited by his son’s bed, Fish pondered the question, “What would I regret most if my son died?
The answer came clear he said, “I would regret that he died never knowing how much I love him.”
Jesus’ heart grieves over every soul. God grieves because those who die without Christ never
know how much he loves them. The harvest is precious.
3. Jesus sees the Harvest as Perishing
Jesus said to his followers, “Open your eyes and look at the fields! They are ripe for harvest”
(John 4:35)
Ripened wheat takes on a golden hue when ready for harvest. However, if reaping is delayed, the
grain begins to turn a pale white and will soon fall over on the ground. There is always a sense of
urgency to bringing in the harvest. The old preacher Vance Havner used to say, “The tragedy of our time
is that the situation is desperate, but the saints are not.” The fields are white we need to get the reaping
done before it is too late! The Gospel is only good news if it arrives in time. The harvest is perishing.
4. Jesus sees the Harvest as Priority
In Matt 9:37-38 Jesus says, “The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the
harvest therefore to send out workers into his harvest field”. The harvest will never be reaped unless there
are reapers to reap it. As followers of Jesus today (we) need to see people as Jesus saw them – as
plentiful, precious and perishing. Our job is not to save the harvest – that’s God’s work. Our job is to tell
the people about the Lord of the harvest. We must pray, we must go, we must send. We may need to
send our sons and daughters. Sadly, a professor of missions at a Nazarene university shared with me that
one of the greatest hindrances to young people responding to the call to missions is that their parents do
not want to release them. A subtle false teaching says we can be evangelical without being evangelistic.
It has us believe that we go to church rather than we go into the world. That kind of thinking will not get
the harvest in.
You say, there are so many people. The harvest is so vast. The needs are so overwhelming. What
can I do? I am reminded of the old man, walking the beach at dawn, who noticed a young man ahead of
him picking up starfish and flinging them into the sea. Catching up with the youth, he asked what he was
doing. The answer was that the stranded starfish would die if left in the morning sun. “But the beach
goes on for miles, and there are millions of starfish,” countered the old man “how can your effort make a
difference?” The young man looked at the starfish in his hand and then threw it to safety in the waves.
“It makes a difference to that one,” he said.
I hope that your heart is stirred to make a difference in the harvest. When we begin to see people
as Jesus saw people it makes all the difference in the world. When we see people as Jesus saw people it
will cause us to take responsibility, to pray, to go and to tell about Jesus. The harvest is ready. I believe
we can and we must do more when it comes to bringing in the harvest of souls? We can rejoice over our
past accomplishments as Partners in the Harvest, and we can also enjoy the work of today as God gives us
the passion, the love, the resources and the energy to continue the work he has called us to do. I believe
we do see the harvest as Plentiful, Precious, Perishing, but have we forgotten that is must be a Priority.
Thank you, Alabama South, for being Partners in the Harvest! Let’s make the Harvest a priority!
Respectfully submitted,
Nina S. Fuller
NAZARENE YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT’S REPORT
March 2, 2013
Dr. & Mrs. Mark Berry, Pastors, Youth Workers, Delegates, Council Members and Teens &
Friends to this Convention.
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WELCOME TO NYI Convention 2013!!
On behalf of the District Council, I want to welcome you to the Alabama South District NYI
Convention!
Thanks To:
Thank You, To Rev. Dan & Jeri Venting and the Rolling Hills Conference Center Staff for
hosting the NYI Convention.
To HHCN, Pastor Bill & Brenda, My local Youth Group Students & Adults.
To the District Council Members, for all the hard work and leadership, that you do to help
make each event & the District NYI such a great success!
Last year at this time I talked to you about who we are. Who is this group of people called
“Nazarenes”? A Living Faith What Nazarenes Believe addresses the Core Values of who we are. The
Nazarene DNA, if you will.
Our Mission is to make Christ like Disciples of all nations. That means, our, Cities,
neighborhoods, regardless of color, race, or cultural.
My prayer for your youth group this year has been that you have expanded your “world”. To
enlarge who you invite to know Jesus.
At this time, I want to take time to honor Local Youth Groups from the district. To bring attention
to students and adults who were willing to go, to serve and to have a great time in fellowship!!
If I missed your church attending and event, please let me know!!
“YOUTH GROUP ON THE MOVE AWARD”
This award is given to local Youth Groups that had at least one person to attend a District Event.
NYI President/Youth Pastor, if you will come forward when your church name is called.
District Mission Trip 2012
Director: Bob Evans
Moundville
Tuscaloosa Holten Heights
New Providence
Mobile First
Refuel District & Regional TNT 2012
Director: David Kemp & Richard Johnson
Calvert
Excel
Lake Martin
Moundville
Ridgeville
Trinity
Columbiana
Eagle Point
Landmark
Mobile 1st
Roanoke
Tuscaloosa 1st
Dothan 1st
East Brewton
God’s Glory
Lanett
Millbrook
Montgomery 1st
New Providence
Rock Mills
Shawmut
Sylacauga
Tuscaloosa Holten Heights
Lock-In 2012
Director: Jeff & Amy Mills
Dothan
Mobile First
Tuscaloosa 1st
Lanett
Landmark
Mobile Riverside
Rock Mills
Tuscaloosa Holten Heights
Lake Martin
Shawmut First
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Camp 2012
Director: Lisa Skinner
Lanett
Landmark
Mobile 1st
Roanoke
Rock Mills
Shawmut First
Tuscaloosa Holten Heights
Mobile Riverside
Tuscaloosa. 1st
“THE DISTRICT COUNCIL AWARD”
This award is given to local Youth Groups that had at least one person to attend 3 District Event.
We had 7 Churches that sent at least one teen to 3 District Events!
District Council Award of Excellence
Dothan
Rock Mills
Lanett
Shawmut
Landmark
Tuscaloosa 1st
Mobile First
Tuscaloosa Holten Heights
THE PRESIDENT’S AWARD.
This award is given to local Youth Groups that had at least one person to attend all District Events.
And participated in District Quizzing.
President’s Award of Excellence
Mobile First
Tuscaloosa Holten Heights
Congratulations To all Youth Groups that made an effort to attend and support the District NYI.
Youth Pastors, NYI Presidents, Volunteers. Mom & Dad, thank you for caring and serving! You
are the “backbone” of Youth Ministry!
Pastors, Youth Pastors NYI Leaders
Do you know…..YOUR DISTRICT NYI NEEDS YOU and YOUR Local Church?
NYI Council wants to encourage ALL churches and Youth Groups to be a part of ALL district
events.
I want to encourage NYI Presidents, Youth Pastors, and Pastors GET EXCITED ABOUT
DISTRICT EVENTS!!!
Your teens will be excited about what “YOU” are excited about!!!
Take a few minutes & look over your local programming to look for conflicts in your scheduling
of local Youth Activities with District Events.
Students, as a Local & District Church we are very proud of you for being active in your school.
Let all your coaches and teachers and other students Know that you are a Christian, and that you
are a Nazarene!!
Be up front with them that you may need to miss a practice, game or concert, something for
Church.
Delegates, you have been elected by your local NYI to represent them. What will you do with that
responsibility? In your local elections did you pray before voting?
Did you pray about what God wanted you to do…BEFORE THE ELECTION?
Today, you will hold in your hand a ballot. As we vote for district leaders, pray for the person,
student and adults that you vote for. Pray that God will give them, strength, wisdom, and the spirit of
cooperation with each other.
Hey while you’re at it, Pray for your local NYI President, Youth Pastor. They give up a lot and of
themselves to help you.
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Your vote is very important. With your vote YOU help make plans that concern, shape, and guide
the district. With the first vote, You have already started making plans for the New Year.
It is very important this year to elect good people. It may or may not be your friend who is on the
ballot. It may or may not be the adult from your church that is on the ballot.
Please don’t be like the church of Laodicea: Revelation 3:14-22 (The Message)
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“I know you inside and out, and find little to my liking. You’re not cold, you’re not
hot—far better to be either cold or hot! 16You’re stale. You’re stagnant. You make me
want to vomit. 17You brag, ‘I’m rich, I’ve got it made, I need nothing from anyone,’
oblivious that in fact you’re a pitiful, blind beggar, threadbare and homeless.
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“Here’s what I want you to do: Buy your gold from me, gold that’s been through
the refiner’s fire. Then you’ll be rich. Buy your clothes from me, clothes designed in
Heaven. You’ve gone around half-naked long enough. And buy medicine for your eyes
from me so you can see, really see.
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“The people I love, I call to account—prod and correct and guide so that they’ll
live at their best. Up on your feet, then! About face! Run after God!
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“Look at me. I stand at the door. I knock. If you hear me call and open the door,
I’ll come right in and sit down to supper with you. 21Conquerors will sit alongside me
at the head table, just as I, having conquered, took the place of honor at the side of my
Father. That’s my gift to the conquerors!
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“Are your ears awake? Listen. Listen to the Wind Words, the Spirit blowing
through the churches.”
How will this happen? Jesus has an answer for everything! Call up on Him and He will give you
answers.
First of all get out of the “Drivers Seat”. Let “Jesus Take the Wheel”.
Matthew 16:24-26; The Message
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Then Jesus went to work on his disciples. “Anyone who intends to come with me
has to let me lead. You’re not in the driver’s seat; I am. Don’t run from suffering;
embrace it. Follow me and I’ll show you how. 25Self-help is no help at all. Selfsacrifice is the way, my way, to finding yourself, your true self. 26What kind of deal is
it to get everything you want but lose yourself? What could you ever trade your soul
for?
When you were first called to be a Christian, most of us had a few bad habits that God ask us to
give up. Some had more the others, but we all had some. As new Christians, we were very happy to give
up bad habits for God.
Has God asked you for a sacrifice? You know, something that you like, love more than anything?
Something that isn’t bad, not hurting your walk with Christ, but something God has asked you to give up
for Him?
Don’t forget to ask what God wants from you? Be prepared to give it all up? To stay in the center
of God’s Will. We must be obedient to Him
Dr. Berry, Thank you for your full support of NYI and all that you do for the Students across our district.
Thanks to the staff at my church Pastor & Brenda, Kathy & Jerry Sanford.
To my local NYI President, Mrs. Dee Taylor. Dee & Tony are always working hard fundraisers,
going places, doing something, usually in the background, out of sight.
To my Youth Volunteer Staff, Mom’s & Dad’s you are awesome!
Thanks to Terri for all that she does to help me.
May God Bless You All!
Respectfully submitted,
Bob Evans
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B.
DISTRICT BOARDS
1. DISTRICTADVISORY BOARD REPORT 2013
The District Advisory Board met four times in regular meetings during the church year and nineteen
special meetings for action through electronic means. The following are highlights of the actions of those
meetings.
1. Dr. Berry reported at each meeting in regards to churches visited, meetings attended, boards that he
has met with, and various concerns, needs and prayer requests for the district.
2. District Treasurer Jimmy Horton gave monthly summaries, budget reports, profit and losses, and
balance sheets of the district finances.
3. The following pastors were appointed to their respective churches:
i. Jeff Skinner (Auburn Eagle Pointe)
ii. Joe Parker (Bayview)
iii. Larry Spraker (Childersburg)
iv. Linda Shuttlesworth (Cottondale)
v. Lester Ford (Dothan Northside)
vi. Gary Aldridge (Huguley)
vii. Jeff McCoy (God’s Glory Ministries)
viii. James Gates (Jackson)
ix. Dean Hornaday (Lake Martin)
x. Ken Bowen (Millry)
xi. Eric Ellis (Montgomery First)
xii. Tonya Cotton (Newstart Community)
xiii. Mike Walters (Open Arms Ministry)
xiv. Dexter Etchison (Roanoke)
xv. Milton Turney (Robertsdale)
xvi. Patsy Tant (Taylor’s Chapel)
xvii. James Fogal (Valley First)
xviii. Terry Flummer (Wallace Chapel)
4. Approved the name change of the Woodhaven Church of the Nazarene to Tuscaloosa Cross Pointe
Church of the Nazarene.
5. Approved incoming and outgoing transfer of ministers during the year. Transfers are recorded in
the Board of Ministry Report.
6. Approved a savings account with the Wesleyan Investment Foundation
7. Approved Missional Leaders for 2012-2013.
8. Oversaw matters regarding the Rolling Hills Camp/Conference Center.
9. Approved the location and details of the District Assembly.
10. Approved appointment of the District Nominations and Finance Committee.
11. Approved a policy that all district pastors and leaders in various departments be required to
undergo a background check and receive training in NazSafe.
12. Approved the appointment of Brenda Tyus as the District Black Ministries coordinator.
13. Approved the appointment of Leonel Alvarado as the Hispanic Ministries Coordinator.
14. Approved the appointment of Dr. Roy Fuller as the District Retired Pastors Minister.
15. Set up guidelines for the financial remuneration of delegates to General Assembly and
Conventions.
16. Settled a law suit with HUD regarding the Rolling Hills R. V. Park.
17. Approved $1,000 to assist in the District Work & Witness mission trip to Cuba.
17. Met with the Alabama North District Advisory Board regarding the discussion of merger.
18. Approved assistance of $500 to the camp administrators to aid in their attending the National
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Nazarene Camp Convention.
19. Approved scholarships for TNU students.
20. Approval to move forward in the purchasing of property and/or building to be used for the District
Center.
21. Approved a checking account for the Alabama Camp Meeting with Lamar Smith, Jimmy Horton,
and Matt Hinson on the account.
22. Changed the insurance company for the district to Church Mutual.
Respectfully Submitted,
WILLIAM D. HOLLEY, Secretary
MARK D. BERRY, Chairman
2. CHURCH PROPERTIES REPORT 2013
The District Properties Board, comprised of the District Advisory Board, has processed all requests and
taken the following action:
1. Approved expenses to update the district parsonage.
2. Approved the leasing of the Ozark Church of the Nazarene property.
3. Approved the sale of the district NDR camping trailer with funds being placed in the NDR account.
4. Approved a grant of $25,000 to the Rolling Hills Camp and Conference Center for a pool.
5. Approved a loan of $4,500 to the Rolling Hills Camp and Conference Center in order to assist in the
slower months of winter.
6. Approval of changes to the loan for the Rock Mills COTN.
7. Approval of changes to the loan for the Trinity COTN with the loan being secured with the Wesleyan
Investment Foundation.
8. Approval of changes to the loan for the Lanett COTN.
9. Approval to bid on property for the District Center as instructed by the Advisory Board.
10. Oversaw all properties on the district in transition: District parsonage, Daphne, Bayview (Rabby St.),
and Ozark.
11. Evaluated church loans offered through the Wesleyan Foundation.
Respectfully Submitted,
WILLIAM D. HOLLEY, Secretary
MARK D. BERRY, Chairman
3. DISTRICT HOME MISSIONS REPORT 2013
The District Advisory Board served as the Home Missions Board. The following action was taken over
the past year:
1. Assisted in moving expenses for the pastor of Calvert COTN.
2. Approval to provide one-half the cost for all pastors and full cost for all NewStart church
pastors attending the Church Planting seminars held at the district campground.
3. Approved assistance to churches in transition to stabilize for growth.
4. Supported Open Arms Ministry Church of the Nazarene in Creola.
5. Assisted in various training events for pastors.
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6. Approved funds to be used to assist pastors to attend the Nazarene Black Convention.
7. Held a meeting with a pastor to discuss the possibility of beginning a new work in Prattville.
Respectfully submitted,
WILLIAM D. HOLLEY, Secretary
MARK D. BERRY, Chairman
4. DISTRICT BOARD OF MINISTRY 2013 REPORT
Partial Report No.1
We, your Board of Ministry recommend:
1. That the following be received by transfer:
Elder:
Mark A. Aills — North Central Ohio
Carl C. Pratt, Jr. -- Georgia
Larry W. Spraker — Tennessee
Licensed Minister:
Lance Conn — Tennessee
2. That the following be granted minister’s license:
Elder Track: James Fogal and Krystal Scott
3. We, your Board of Ministry, having found the following ministers to be in harmony with the
teachings, and practices of the Church of the Nazarene, recommend, that they be elected to Elder’s orders
and ordained: Eric Ellis and Dean Hornaday.
4. We, your Board of Ministry, having found the following ministers to be in harmony with the
teaching, and practices of the Church of the Nazarene, recommend, that they be elected to Deacon’s
orders and ordained: Alma Butler and Virginia Jackson
Partial Report No. 2
We, your Board of Ministry, recommend:
1. That the following transfers be granted:
Elders: Richard Johnson — Louisiana
David M. Kemp — Kentucky
Rick McClain — Mid-Atlantic
David H. Shirer — West Virginia
Steven Spencer — Northeast Indiana
Robert Steinbrook — East Kentucky
Gary L. Tankersley — Georgia
Daniel K. West — Louisiana
Licensed: Ghani Dykes — South Carolina
2. The District License be renewed for the following:
Elder Track: Melissa Aaron, Kenneth Bowen, Susan R. Broadhead,
James Brown, Lance Conn, Alan Cook, Tonya Cotton, Lisa Daugherty,
Shelly Meadows, Michael Simmons, and Caleb Strickland.
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3. The District Licensed be expired for the following:
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Jeremiah P. Alcorn
4. That the following be renewed as registered Evangelist status: Les Snodgrass
5. That the following be renewed as Chaplain status:
Dan Forman
Jim Gabel
Mitchell Powell
Partial Report No. 3
We, your Board of Ministry, recommend:
1. That the following be placed in the Elder's course of study:
Chet Jordan, Teresa Sears, Ashley Sessions, Terri Sinquiefied, Charles Tipton
2. That the following be retained in the Elder's course of study:
Melissa Aaron, Kenneth Bowen, Zach Baker, Susan R. Broadhead, J. Alan Cook,
Tonya Cotton, Lisa Daugherty, Troy Dowding, Franklin D. Foster, Jr., Pinkie D. Huff, Mance
McCarthy, Jeff McCoy, Shelley Meadows, Michael Simmons, Caleb Strickland, Esther Turney,
Milton Turney
3. That the following be retained in the Deacon course of Study:
James D. Brown
4. That the following be dropped from the Elder’s course of study:
Jeremiah Alcorn, Greg Hock and Mike McCluskey
5. That the Ordination Credentials be assigned a filed status, and that these credentials be sent to the
District Office for failure to report:
Stacey Kelly and Duke Middleton.
Respectfully Submitted
WALTER REZENDES, Secretary
WILLIAM D. HOLLEY, District Secretary
MITCHELL POWELL, Chairman
MARK D. BERRY, District Superintendent
C. ASSEMBLY COMMITTES
1. NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE
The Committee on Nominations met on March 30, 2013, and submits the following report to the Alabama
South District Assembly:
Partial Report No. 1
We, your Committee on Nominations, recommend that:
1. A person shall serve on only two administrative boards (except those who serve as ex officio members
of these boards); and a person shall not be nominated for more than two of the four administrative
boards (Advisory Board, Board of Sunday School Ministries, NYI Council and NMI Council).
2. The District Advisory Board shall serve as the Home Missions Board and Church Properties Board;
and shall appoint the members of the Finance Committee and three Camp Board members-at-large.
3. Only ministers and laymen from churches whose pattern is to pay all budgets will be considered for
nomination. (This will be interpreted as failure to pay over a period of three years.)
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4. That all members of the Advisory Board serve only for one full term. After not serving for one year, an
individual may be nominated to the previous board that he or she served. No more than two persons
from the same church (lay and/or minister) shall serve on the Advisory Board during the same term.
5. All elections, whenever possible, shall be by plurality vote.
6. The District Board of Ministry shall be nominated by the district superintendent in consultation with
said board and shall be elected with the adoption of the Nominating Committee report.
7. That the district secretary be an ex-officio member of the District Board of Ministry.
8. That the Lay Retreat Board be elected by the Lay Retreat body.
9. That the Prime Time Retreat Board be elected by the Prime Time Retreat body.
10. Upon the discretion of the Nominating Committee the incumbent TNU Trustee may be nominated for
a second term on a YES/NO ballot. This would only apply for the second consecutive term.
Partial Report No. 2
We, your Committee on Nominations, recommend the following nominations:
District Advisory Board (elect one elder for a three-year term, with term to expire in 2016): elder
nominees are Brenda Tyus and Greg Wood; (elect one layperson for a three-year term, with term to expire
2016): lay nominees are Jimmy Horton and Lisa Skinner.
Alabama South Incumbent SDMI Chairman (elect one for a two-year term, with term to expire
2015) be on a YES ~ NO ballot.: Mitchell Powell.
Trevecca Nazarene University Trustee (Elder, 3 year term, with term to expire in 2016) be on a
YES ~ NO ballot: Andy Rutherford.
Partial Report No. 3
We, the Committee on Nominations, recommend that the following standing committees be elected by
acclamation for the ensuing year:
District Board of Ministry (A one-year term, with terms to expire in 2014): Ex-Officio, Dr. Mark
Berry, District Superintendent; William Holley, District Secretary; Committee Members: Mitchell Powell,
Chairman, Walter Rezendes, Secretary, Bonnye Campbell, Tim Campbell, James Meadows, Carl Reed,
Andy Rutherford, Scott Sessions, Jeff Skinner, Larry Spraker, Brenda Tyus, Freddy Williams, and Greg
Wood.
Camp Board: The composition of the Camp Board is as follows: Board chairperson, elected by
the Camp Board; Alabama North and Alabama South Districts: District Superintendents, SDMI
Chairpersons, NYI Presidents. Three members-at-large from each district, appointed by the respective
District Advisory Boards. The appointment of members-at-large shall be as follow: one member for a one
year term; one for a two year term; and one for a three year term.
Court of Appeals: (A four year term, with terms to expire in 2014); Elders: Scott Session and
James Walker; Lay: Jimmy Horton and Jim Metcalf.
WILLIAM D. HOLLEY, Secretary
Respectfully Submitted,
MARK D. BERRY, Chairman
2. FINANCE/PASTORAL CARE COMMITTEE
I. INTRODUCTION (MISSION AND STEWARDSHIP STATEMENT)
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To fulfill the Great Commission, the Alabama South District Churches of the Nazarene exist to
establish dynamic ministries that will bring glory to God and radically change the lives of those who
believe.
 Our mission is to evangelize the unconverted, to disciple the converted, to build up the body of Christ,
and to equip the saints for service.
 The collection of the Fair Share Fund and other assigned funds is essential to the success of our
mission.
Therefore, we, your Assembly Finance Committee, recommend that:
1. Each pastor and church board give careful attention to the Manual statement regarding Christian
stewardship (part III.E. par38.), particularly stressing the Bible plan of storehouse tithing as the basis
of supporting the church; that September be designated as Stewardship Month; that stewardship
literature be distributed, appropriate sermons be preached, and the congregation of each church be
challenged to make definite commitments regarding tithes and offerings, remembering Malachi 3:812.
2. Each pastor and church board study the total financial responsibility of the church at the beginning of
each assembly year and set up a proposed local budget to include a plan for raising and distributing
funds for all General, Education, and District obligations as well as for the operations of the church.
3. Each local church set a goal of being at least a Mission 10 Church (A church that gives 10 percent or
more of church income less missions giving to the WEF and approved Missions Specials and that
reaches giving goals for P&B, TNU and full district support).
4. The formula for calculation of the World Evangelism Fund, Pensions & Benefits and Education
Ministries Funds be as set forth by establishment of “Funding the Mission” as recommended by the
Board of General Superintendents and approved by the General Board and USA National Board.
5. All expenditures require prior approval by the governing body's board/council. This includes all
district and local organizations. No one person, whether it be pastor/president/chairperson or anyone
else has approval power to spend funds.
6. The use of a district/church credit card is a privilege and carries a very serious responsibility. The
ability to charge on a credit card is equivalent to check writing. The person utilizing a district/church
credit card must insure that the treasurer is consulted prior to any charges. The treasurer should insure
that sufficient funds are available to repay the debt before the debt is made. Church board approval is
required for anyone being issued a credit card under the church's responsibility including SDMI, NYI,
NMI, etc. District Advisory Board approval is required for anyone being issued a credit card under
the district's responsibility including SDMI, NYI, NMI, etc. The approving board is responsible for
insuring proper use of the credit card. A credit card agreement is included as an addendum to this
report. This agreement should be renewed at least annually.
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II. CALCULATION OF WEF
1. WEF obligation = (Income - Approved Mission Specials) X .05214
2. World Evangelism Fund will be calculated for Church Type Missions and New Start Churches in the
same manner as II.1. above.
3. Each local church is encouraged to pay its World Evangelism Fund in full, using some or all of the
following means:
A. Thanksgiving Offering
B. Easter Offering
C. Prayer and Fasting Offering
D. Faith Promise Offering
4. All World Evangelism monies are to be sent to:
Global Treasury Services
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P.O. Box 843116
Kansas City, MO 64184-3116
III. BASE FOR CALCULATIONS
1. The base for calculation of all other ministries funds to include Pensions & Benefits, Education and
District Funds is as follows:
Base = Income - WEF Paid - Approved Mission Specials
2. Income is any donation received by the church that qualifies as a charitable contribution. A charitable
contribution is defined by IRS Publication 526 -- “A charitable contribution is a donation or gift to, or
for the use of, a qualified organization (church). It is voluntary and is made without getting or
expecting to get anything of equal value.”
3. Money received through fundraisers may not be church income if it does not qualify as a charitable
contribution. Ex. - NYI selling donuts or other items which the donor receives goods or services in
exchange for the gift.
4. For further definition and discussion, refer to the website www.fundingthemission.org. This website
also contains a very helpful calculator for all ministry funds.
IV. CALCULATION AND APPORTIONMENT OF FAIR SHARE FUND
1. Fair Share Fund = Base X 13.5%
2. Apportionment of the Fair Share Fund is as follows:
% of Base
% of FSF
16.7
P&B
2.2545
TNU
2.2545
16.7
District
6.2910
46.6
Camp
0.7425
5.5
Home Missions
0.8775
6.5
SDMI
0.2970
2.2
NYI
0.4455
3.3
NMI
0.3375
2.5
Total
13.5000%
100.0%
3. We recommend that Church Type Missions (CTM) and New Start Churches pay as their FAIR
SHARE FUND according to the following schedule:
First Partial Church Year:
8.0%
First Year:
8.0%
Second Year:
10.0%
12.0%
Third Year:
Fourth Year:
13.5%
4. The Fair Share Fund should be mailed each month to:
Alabama South District Office
P.O. Box 680898
Prattville, AL 36067-9098
V. APPROPRIATIONS OF UNIFIED DISTRICT MINISTRIES FUND
1.
The District Budget be appropriated as follows:
A. District Superintendent Salary/Benefits Package
(1) Salary
$34,879
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(2) TSA
(3) Life Insurance
(4) Health Reimbursement Arrangement
(5) Housing Allowance
(6) Social Security
(7) Health Insurance
(8) Superintendent’s Christmas Gift
B. Professional Expense
(1) Conference & Retreats
(2) DS District Travel Expense
(3) DS Sabbatical (after 2014 DA)
C. Office Secretary & Honoraria
(1) Office Secretary’s Salary
(2) Office Secretary’s Social Security
(3) Office Secretary’s Christmas Gift
(4) District Treasurer
(5) District Secretary
(6) Alabama South Naz. Editor
D. District Operations
(1) Telephone
(2) Property Insurance
(3) Maintenance and Repair
(4) Office Expenses
(5) Office Equipment
(6) Audit Fee
(7) District Secretary’s Expense
(8) District Treasurer’s Expense
(9) District Rental Office Expense
(10) Extra Office Help
(11) Office Utilities
22,000
500
2,000
25,200
10,853
14,000
1,500
$110,932
8,000
17,000
0
$25,000
29,976
4,586
500
5,000
3,436
2,929
$46,427
3,500
3,000
1,000
2,500
1,000
1,300
1,000
1,000
7,320
250
1,400
$23,270
E. District Activities
(1) AL SO Nazarene
4,800
6,000
(2) District Assembly
(3) Yearbook-DARDA
225
3,600
(4) Ministers’ Retreats and Conf., etc.
(5) District Boards Expense
5,500
(6) General Assembly Reserve
2,500
(7) ALCAP
1,500
(8) Computer Cost (Dist. Sec., Dist. Treas., Editor, BoM Sec.) 1,000
(9) Web Page & Web Conferencing
600
(10) Flowers
1,400
(11) District Scholarship Fund
1,200
(12) Christ. Gifts (Camp Dir., GS, DS Emer., Dist. Sec., Dist. Treas.)
750
(13) Miscellaneous
2,000
$31,075
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Subtotal
F. Contingency
Subtotal
Proceeds from lease of District parsonage
to help fund housing allowance:
Adjusted Total
$236,704
20,583
$257,287
13,000
$244,287
VI. ADDITIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS
1. The “Alabama South Nazarene” be published six times a year. These will be mailed in bulk to each
church for distribution.
2. Each church provide for the expenses of the pastor, department heads, and elected delegates to the
District Assembly and the District Conventions and that the District provide for similar expenses for
the District Superintendent and lay members of the District Advisory Board (provided their expenses
are not paid by the local church).
3. Each church participate in the Nazarene Theological Seminary and Nazarene Bible College offerings
at the designated times. A goal amount equal in dollars to the morning worship average attendance
number for each of these.
4. The District Superintendent be granted 6 weeks annual paid vacation.
5. The district treasurer’s reimbursement policy for meals at district meetings be set for breakfast, lunch
and dinner respectively at $8, $15 and $17 and mileage be paid at the government rate.
6. Every District Auxiliary should have books audited annually by the District Auditing Committee
along with District Men’s Ministry, District Women’s Ministry, Prime Time Ministry, Lay Retreat,
and Alabama Nazarene School of Ministry along with any other present district ministries, which
receive and disburse funds.
7. Every District Auxiliary ministry treasurer give a detailed annual financial report to the District
Superintendent and to their respective department president or chairman by March 15, 2014. These
are to include District Men’s Ministry, District Women’s Ministry, Prime Time Ministry, Lay Retreat,
and Alabama Nazarene School of Ministry along with any other present or future district ministries,
which receive and disburse funds. In addition, a detailed budget request should be included for the
District Finance Committee’s use in determining funding requirements for the coming year.
8. The Home Missions Board has at least three different categories for the allocation of Home Missions’
Share of funds received from the Fair Share Fund. The three categories are (1) Ministry Assistance,
(2) Property Disposition, (3) Ministry Development. Ministry Development would include seminars,
course of study, Alabama Nazarene School of Ministry.
9. Each church be encouraged to put ALCAP (Alabama Citizens Action Program) in their annual church
budget or to receive an offering for the work of ALCAP. It is suggested that each church’s minimum
goal be $1 for each person in average morning worship as reported in their previous year’s Pastor’s
Annual Report. A copy of each church’s suggested goal will be listed at the end of this report. The
churches may send their offering to: ALCAP 2376 Lakeside Drive, Birmingham, AL 35244. When
offerings are sent directly to ALCAP it should be specified that it is from “Alabama South District”
along with the name of the church.
10. Each General Assembly and Auxiliary Department General Convention Delegate is given a lump sum
allowance. This money is intended to cover expenses while serving as delegate. For the delegate’s
protection, a detailed accounting should be completed by the delegate as required by the IRS.
Allowance in excess of the required expenses should be returned to the appropriate district treasurer.
11. Each auxiliary (SDMI, NYI and NMI) annually set aside sufficient funds to provide for their
delegates’ expense to their respective general conventions and include a line item in their annual
budget for this purpose.
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VII. PASTORAL CARE GUIDELINES
1. Each church strives to employ its pastor on a full-time basis.
2. Our churches be guided in setting the lead pastor’s minimum cash salaries by the following formula:
20 percent of the amount raised for all purposes up to $100,000 plus 7 percent of the excess above
$100,000. That each church board review the pastor’s salary at least once during the assembly year
with an effort made to provide at least a cost-of-living raise.
3. The pastor be reimbursed for his total Social Security taxes, and that his family’s medical insurance
premium be paid by the local church.
4. The full-time pastors be given a paid vacation each year according to the following schedule based on
the years of ministerial service: 3 weeks for all pastors with less than 10 years of service, 4 weeks for
pastors with 10 to 20 years of service, 5 week for pastors with 21 to 30 years of service, and 6 weeks
for pastors with 31 or more years of service. We encourage the pastor to take the allotted vacation
time allowed. Vacation is not to be cumulative which means the pastor cannot carry over vacation
year to year.
5. The church board gives special consideration for extra time off due to special needs, crisis or unusual
stress for the pastor and his family.
6. At least a week’s salary be given to the pastor and his family as a Christmas bonus. In addition, that
each church observe in special ways the birthdays and anniversaries of the parsonage family.
7. Each church provides housing for their lead pastor. Realizing that a home is one element of
retirement, we would encourage churches to adopt one of the following options:
Option One: Establishment by the church board of a monthly housing allowance. The following
should be included in calculating the housing allowance:
1. Mortgage payment
2. Homeowner’s insurance
3. Utilities
4. Property taxes
Note: This must all be done in conformity with the IRS.
Option Two: The church provides housing for their lead pastor in the form of a parsonage and
utilities. When this option is selected, the church should pay into the pastor’s annuity/investment fund
a minimum of $2,500 annually, more if possible, to offset loss of home equity.
8. Each church with a full-time pastor strive to set up a tax-sheltered annuity for its pastor to enhance his
income at retirement.
9. Each church with a full-time pastor reimburse all reasonable professional expenses of the pastor as
approved by the church board. It is vitally important at the beginning of each church year that the
church board secretary and the church treasurer, thoroughly review Memo #4 (Strategies for
Structuring Ministerial Compensation) and Memo #14 (Reimbursing Medical Expenses) from
Pensions and Benefits USA in an effort to take full advantage of all tax relief offered by the Internal
Revenue Service to ministers.
10. Each church board make advance plans to pay the expenses for their pastor and wife to the General
Assembly.
11. Each local church pay the expenses of their pastor to PALCON, their pastor’s wife to WILCON, also
expenses to Ministers’ and Mates’ Retreat, District Women’s Retreat, and District Men’s Retreat.
12. Each local church set aside a Pastor and Family Appreciation Day for their lead pastor and pastoral
staff, that day being the second Sunday in October; and that the district office send a letter to each
local church board secretary by August 15, reminding them of this special day. We encourage each
church to pray and fast for their pastor and staff on a regular basis.
13. Each local church give the same financial consideration as specified above for pastors to other fulltime ministerial staff members (especially medical insurance).
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14. Each local church allow their pastor at least one week per year for conducting a revival.
15. All churches are encouraged to pay their Fair Share Fund in full so that ministers of the Alabama
South District may receive full benefit and full protection through the Department of Pensions and
Benefits.
16. The local church plan well in advance for the evangelist’s remuneration sufficient to cover Social
Security taxes, food, lodging, and travel expenses. Each church should send a minimum Christmas
Gift of $50 to any evangelist used during that year.
17. That all lead pastors and pastoral staff be required to obtain a background check and complete training
through NazSafe/MinistrySafe. Expenses that are incurred from background checks and training shall
be reimbursed by the respective local church where the minister serves. A background check form
can be obtained by contacting the district office.
VIII. PASTORAL SABBATICAL
Lead pastor or full-time pastoral staff needs to take a Sabbath rest to, among other things, prevent
burn-out and provide time for reflection, leadership renewal, and spiritual growth.
What is the need? In our culture, busyness is a badge of usefulness and exhaustion the proof
of efficiency. In the midst of such a culture, the church of Jesus Christ must once again
hear the call to Sabbath rest. The concept of Sabbath rest is a cyclical season of renewal
for the minister and the ministry that is modeled by God following creation and by Jesus
as he took his disciples on retreat following intense times of mission. Keeping the
Sabbath is not about increased productivity, but rather about the sacredness of the gift of
our time to God. Said in a different way, a holy motivation for keeping the Sabbath is not
so that we can be more productive in the remaining six days of the week. The purest
motivation for the Sabbath is to offer one’s self to God – to cease from the business of
work/productivity. Research has shown that the sabbatical did one thing for more than 70
percent of the pastors – It renewed their call to ministry. The pastors felt more connected
to God and stronger in spirit. If we are not careful on this point, the Sabbath becomes
merely a component of the “productivity” of the rest of the week. The Genesis creation
model of Sabbath indicates that God rested on the seventh day and made it holy. There is
a biblical pattern of sevens, including the OT plan for a Jubilee year, which was to occur
at the seventh cycle of seven years. (Hebrews 4:9; Exodus 16:23; Lev. 23:3; Luke 23:56).
The following are six pre-cursors to burnout: (1) work overload and fatigue; (2) lack of
job reward/satisfaction; (3) lack of community; (4) lack of control over your own destiny;
(5) value conflict; and (6) lack of fairness. Usually when more than 2 or 3 of these
precursors are felt strongly burnout is just around the corner. Hands down, Nazarene
pastors identified Work Overload and Fatigue as the precursor most strongly experienced.
Sabbaticals help renew call to ministry, & strengthen the pastor’s family. Sabbaticals
purpose should include the notion of a “break from routine demands of ministry. ”Sabbath
rest is a time to receive, to be nurtured, to dig deeper into oneself, into one's relationship
with God. As our model for ministry, Jesus Christ frequently found Sabbath rest. There
is nothing that will put an end to effective pastoral leadership more quickly than a loss of
perspective. Perspective is gained, maintained, and sharpened in the reflective process
known as Sabbath rest. Sabbath rest finds its purpose in:
(1) Professional and vocational renewal;
(2) Call and career assessment and revitalization;
(3) The renewing of the vision of/for ministry.
The sabbatical process should begin early in the life of a minister. Sabbaticals should be a
key component of ministry from the very beginning.
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The benefits of the sabbatical for the pastoral staff member and congregation are to:
(1) Express gratitude and high value to the pastoral staff member.
(2) Share in the building of the pastor for continued service.
(3) Strengthen the relationship between pastor & congregation. For the church,
recognition of God’s call to Sabbath rest is a ready and honest admission that
there is not an inexhaustible supply of adequate pastoral leadership.
(4) To better connect with God for a more vibrant Christian walk and Spirit filled
ministry.
Why? Therefore, recognizing the normal routines often do not provide for reflection and
renewal of the vision and mission of the pastor's ministry, we recommend that the
congregation provide a sabbatical for the pastoral staff.
Who is eligible? The following two conditions must be met. First, be a lead pastor, full-time
pastoral staff member or district superintendent. (Note: Lead pastor and full-time staff
members are eligible whether they are ordained or not.) Second, be in full-time ministry
for seven consecutive years.
When are they eligible? After they have been with their current congregation for five
consecutive years, and every seventh year thereafter.
Duration of the sabbatical? The sabbatical should be a minimum of four to seven weeks and
the total length is to be determined by the church board.
How will timing be set? The timing of the sabbatical leave shall take into consideration the
needs of the congregation, the scheduling needs from the pastor's proposal, and other
pertinent concerns as may be established.
How does the sabbatical leave relate to vacation, etc.? During the year of the sabbatical, time
ordinarily allotted for continuing education will not be reduced. Vacation time will not be
reduced because of the sabbatical leave, nor will it be used to extend the sabbatical period.
What will the pastor's remuneration be during the sabbatical? The financial support of the
pastor during the sabbatical period will include full salary and retirement benefits,
insurance and Social Security and travel and entertainment allowance. A stipend will also
be provided, with the amount to be determined by the board.
Process Guidelines:
It is suggested that the pastor shall submit his/her request for sabbatical leave to the
church board 12 months in advance.
The church board is encouraged to initiate the sabbatical process.
A written plan for sabbatical shall be developed by the candidate in consultation
with the District Superintendent and presented to the church board at least six months
prior to the beginning of the desired sabbatical. The plan shall include the expectations of
the leave, focus of the leave, travel plans, and a listing of the church tasks to be cared for
in the absence of the pastor.
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Any additional hiring of personnel due to the pastoral sabbatical will be decided on
and arranged for prior to the sabbatical departure of the pastor.
No two members of the pastoral staff may be on sabbatical leave at the same time.
Upon return from sabbatical leave, the pastor shall first meet with the local board
before reentering his duties of ministry. A date shall be scheduled for this meeting prior to
the commencement of the sabbatical leave. The purpose of the meeting shall be twofold.
First, the board will inform the pastor of all issues that have arisen in his absence, bring
him up to date on all activities, and discuss the effect the sabbatical has had on the church.
Second, the pastor may in turn give a brief oral report to the board on his activities and
what he feels transpired with regard to carrying out the goals of the sabbatical. The pastor
will prepare a written report approximately six months after he or she returns. The report
will include an evaluation of the sabbatical leave in terms of ministerial and
congregational impact. The report will be presented to the church board. A copy of each
of the reviews will also be forwarded to the district superintendent for his information and
review, along with a copy of the evaluations.
Sabbath Rest Planning and Preparation. We recommend the following as steps of planning
and preparation for the pastor, prior to the Sabbath rest.
Allow six months to plan the Sabbath rest.
Develop a plan in which the church board agrees in consultation with the District
Superintendent.
Timing is vital. "There's a time to work, and there's a time to rest".
Use a consultant or mentor to help/assist you in: planning--objectively and evaluating-objectively.
Search out program resources.
Ask for congregational and church board input for the development of your plan.
Organize your financial arrangements. Extra expense may be incurred during Sabbath rest.
Plan to keep a daily journal.
Make travel plans that will remove you from your normal routine.
Ask yourself the following: What do I want to happen to me personally? How do I want
the Sabbath rest to affect my family/spouse? How would I like the congregation to
benefit? Hope builds on the dreams that God reawakens in us. As we walk in
pilgrimage with Him, He renews us to lead again the people committed to our
charge.
Additional information on planning for sabbaticals may be obtained at the following website:
www.nazarenepastor.org or refer to the Manual statement on sabbaticals.
Suggested reading: Peterson, “Sabbatical is Not Study Leave”.
WILLIAM HOLLEY, Secretary
Respectfully submitted,
JIMMY HORTON, Chairman
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Credit Card Agreement
ALABAMA SOUTH DISTRICT CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Auxiliary/Church Name ___________________________________
Congratulations! You have been granted the privilege of having a District/Church credit card. Your
participation in the credit card program is a convenience that carries responsibilities along with it.
Although this card is issued in your name, it is District/Church property and must be used with good
judgment. By signing this agreement, you acknowledge that you understand and will comply with all of
the District/Church guidelines, as listed below.
I, as an authorized and approved cardholder fully understand and agree to the following terms and
conditions regarding the use and safekeeping of the credit card entrusted to me:
1.
I accept full personal responsibility for the safekeeping of the credit card assigned to me, and that
absolutely no one, other than me, is permitted to use the credit card assigned to me. All charges download
as a 'receivable' and therefore are ONLY associated directly to the cardholder.
2.
I will be making financial commitments on behalf of the district/church and will obtain fair and
reasonable prices for any purchases.
3.
I will submit my Expense Report to the treasurer of my auxiliary/church (NYI, SDMI, and NMI)
at least monthly and within 5 days after completion of a business trip, showing expenses incurred with all
required receipts attached.
4.
When I use my credit card, I understand that these purchases will result in a "receivable" against
me and I am responsible for repayment of any of these charges deemed not allowable when Expense
Report are submitted to the treasurer. I further understand that any unallowable amount must be repaid to
the district/church within 30 days after the Expense Report has been filed.
5.
In the event that I fail to repay any non-allowable amount, the district/church is authorized to
receive compensation as agreed upon by the Treasurer or District Superintendent. I understand that failure
to follow these provisions more than once within any 12 month period will result in suspension of my
credit card.
6.
I will not use the Credit card for non-District/Church related expenses, unauthorized purchases, or
for personal purchases.
7.
I will immediately report the theft or loss of my credit card to ___________________ at
_____________________.
8.
I understand that I cannot use the credit card as a financial reference to obtain personal credit cards
or loans.
9.
I understand that I am personally responsible for obtaining ALL original detailed receipts
(purchase and credit documents) and submitting them in accordance with District/Church credit card
procedures, for those purchases where a receipt is required.
10.
I understand that any purchases made by me will be recorded and reviewed at the end of the
church year (February), to insure compliance with credit card guidelines.
11.
I understand that failure to follow any of the above listed terms & conditions or if found to have
misused the credit card in any manner may result in:

Revocation of the privilege to use the credit card

Disciplinary action

Termination of present position, and/or criminal charges being filed with the appropriate authority.
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12.
I agree to surrender the credit card immediately upon request or upon termination, departure from
present district/church position, or for any other reason.
I, _________________________________ hereby accept the above terms and conditions and
acknowledge receipt of the Credit card.
_____________ _________________________________________
Date
Signature
_____________________________________________________
Email address
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3. 2013 – 2014 ALABAMA CITIZENS’ ACTION PROGRAM CHURCH GOALS
OFFERING SUNDAY ~ OCTOBER 6, 2013
AUBURN EAGLE POINTE
BAYVIEW
CALVERT
CHILDERSBURG
COLUMBIANA
COTTONDALE
DEMOPOLIS
DOTHAN FIRST
DOTHAN NORTHSIDE
EAST BREWTON
EXCEL E.J. MEMORIAL
GOD’S GLORY MINISTRIES
HERITAGE
HUGULEY
JACKSON
LANDMARK
LANETT
LAKE MARTIN
MILLBROOK
MILLRY
MOBILE FIRST
MOBILE PARKVIEW
MOBILE RIVERSIDE
MONROEVILLE
MONTGOMERY CAPITAL CITY
MONTGOMERY FIRST
MOUNDVILLE
NEW PROVIDENCE
NEWSTART COMMUNITY
PRAISE PARK MINISTRIES
RIDGEVILLE
ROANOKE
ROBERTSDALE
ROCK MILLS
SARALAND
SELMA WEST VILLAGE
SHAWMUT FIRST
SPENCER
SYLACAUGA FIRST
TAYLOR’S CHAPEL
TRINITY
TUSCALOOSA FIRST
35
46
31
12
88
20
8
161
20
115
102
73
30
34
13
143
143
40
193
14
130
45
40
21
47
31
62
29
26
135
69
33
44
92
20
50
81
41
65
23
30
104
87
TUSCALOOSA HOLTEN HEIGHTS
TUSCALOOSA SOUTH
TUSCALOOSA WOODHAVEN
VALLEY FIRST
WALLACE CHAPEL
TOTAL
118
25
55
18
15
$2,794
4. Memoirs Report
COLUMBIANA
DADEVILLE
DEMOPOLIS
DOTHAN FIRST
EAST BREWTON
EXCEL
HERITAGE
HUGULEY
JACKSON
LANDMARK
LANETT FIRST
Helen Whitten
Sylvester “Vester” Cleveland
Winkie Gainer
Louise White
Malcomb Joseph Cooper, Frances Dean Lynn, Bobbi Jo Nelson
Yvonne Zodun
Mrs. Louise (Granny) Collum
Bill Earl, Marion Lagley
Rev. Earl W. Hall, Isabella B. Walker
Sherry Stringfellow Lunceford
Jane Whaley, Kent Vickers, Charles Carroll, Butch Carroll,
Marilyn Boler, Louise Hamilton, Mike Dingler
MOBILE FIRST
Betty Johnson, Martha Bush, Rachel Blackmon
MOBILE PARKVIEW
Billy Hamilton
MONROEVILLE
Marion Robinson, Ann Brown, Helon Hale
MONTGOMERY FIRST
Phyllis N. Smith, Thelma E. Gilstrap
MOUNDVILLE
Louise Wyatt
ROANOKE
Charlie Evans
ROBERTSDALE
Joyce Rainbolt
ROCK MILLS
Mrs. Terri Exum
SHAWMUT FIRST
Arlen Earles
SPENCER
Paul Cook, Ruthie McCray
SYLACAUGA FIRST
Rev. George Armstrong
TAYLOR’S CHAPEL
Ellis Ray Morrison
TRINITY
William Walton, Thelma Dimond
TUSCALOOSA FIRST
Mrs. Betty Ballard
TUSC HOLTEN HEIGHTS Naomi Craven, Hazel Hitson
TUSC. WOODHAVEN
Edna Wiley
VALLEY
Clarence Hollar
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VI. MINUTES OF AUXILIARY CONVENTIONS
A.
SUNDAY SCHOOL AND DISCIPLESHIP MINISTRIES
INTERNATIONAL (SDMI) CONVENTION
Wednesday Afternoon, April 24, 2013
Pre SDMI Convention singing was led by Laura Minton.
Welcome by the SDMI Chairman - Mitchell Powell.
Our chairman called the host pastor Carl Reed to the platform to pray and open the SDMI Convention.
The convention was then organized by Brian Aaron, sitting in for his wife Melissa Aaron, SDMI
Secretary, who was ill.
The pages, recording secretary, and board of tellers were announced and the voting area was set.
Brian made a motion to receive the adoption of the above organization. There was a second and the
motion carried unanimously.
Dr. Berry, district superintendent, welcomed Rev. Mitchell Powell, SDMI chairman, to the platform to
give his first report.
During his report, the SDMI chairman gave out several awards for excellence in Sunday School. He
reminded the assembly that whether we receive an award or not, Sunday School is the reaching arm of the
church and needs to be supported and continued no matter what.
Chairman Powell also encouraged us to attend the retreats available on the district. He also reminded us
of the importance of quizzing, both for kids and teens. He emphasized the outreach ministry of VBS and
invited each church to continue, or begin if necessary, VBS - which could mean the difference in eternity
for a child.
Rev. Dr. Mark Berry, District Superintendent, asked for the approval of the report as given with a hearty
AMEN from the delegates and assembly. The report was accepted.
Board of Tellers #1 was called to distribute the YES/NO ballot for the Sunday School Chairman. Dr.
Berry prayed and the voting was done. Ballots were collected and Board of Tellers #1 was dismissed to
tally the ballots.
Rev. Powell invited the SDMI treasurer, Rev. Carl Reed, to the platform to give the annual treasurers
report. Rev. Reed also presented honorariums to the SDMI Secretary, Melissa Aaron. Brian Aaron
accepted the gift on behalf of his wife. An honorarium was given to Rev. Mitchell Powell. Then, Rev.
Powell called Carl Reed back to the platform and honored him with a token of appreciation. There was a
motion and a second to accept the report for the SDMI treasurer. The motion passed unanimously.
Dr. Berry then gave a plug for Nazarene Safe. The method chosen by the District to ensure that our
children and teens are safe by background checking, and training, our adult workers. The whole idea is
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that our Nazarene Churches are really "safe havens" for children and teens. Questions regarding Naz Safe
can be directed to Jeff and Lisa Skinner.
Dr. Berry also brought our attention to TEAM DAY. Dr. Mark Lail will be the speaker for Team Day August 10th 2013. There will be several speakers and workshops to choose from. He encouraged us to
get it on the calendar and get a team of people ready to attend.
Report from Board of Tellers #1 was read by Brian Aaron, acting SDMI secretary.
Votes cast 131. Yes - 125 No 6
Board of tellers #2 was called to pass out the ballot for Sunday School Committee Member at Large. The
names of the nominees were read and after the adoption of the ballots they were distributed and collected.
The board of tellers #2 was dismissed to count the ballots.
The ushers were called to take an offering to defray the costs of convention. Brian Aaron offered prayer
and the offering was received.
Caleb Strickland was then called to the platform to give the report of the Adult Sunday School Ministry
Director. He called the adult department heads to the platform. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Horton gave the
report for Laymen's retreat. They announced the dates for next year April 11 - 13, 2014. The speaker
will be Kevin Ulmet, Pastor of Nashville First Church. It will be at Shocco Springs in Talladega. It will
be a combined retreat with Alabama North and South Districts.
Next, Mrs. Thelma Patrick came to the platform to give the report of the Ladies Ministry of Alabama
South. March 14 - 16th 2014 will be next year's date. It will be the "Silver Anniversary." Special things
will be in store. The theme this year was "Living the Heart of Jesus." Thelma encouraged all the ladies to
help out by doing just that.
Ronda Williams came to the platform to give the report of the Single Adult Ministries. She let us know
that the prayer line was active Monday Nights at 9 PM Central time. She shared the many answers to
prayer that have been experienced. The direction of the singles adult ministries has a new focus and a
new direction. The New Name for Singles Ministry is Bridges. This year the Singles Retreat will be
partnering with the Lay Retreat to have a combined retreat.
Danny and Martha Curtis came to the platform next and represented the Alabama South Prime Timer's
Retreat. Danny reported that the retreat was great for 2012. Looking ahead to 2013 the retreat will be
September 20 - 22, 2013, with speaker Dr. Philip Sessions.
Gerald Brumbeloe was next representing the Alabama South District Men's Ministry. He spoke from his
heart saying that he feels we should have no less than 50 men present at next year's retreat. Gerald has
stepped down as the men's ministry director, and asked that anyone who is interested in filling this
position should contact Caleb Strickland or Rev. Mitchell Powell.
Caleb Strickland concluded the reports by asking everyone to support the retreats and encourage someone
else to do the same.
Jeffrey Woods was then called to the platform by the SDMI chairman to give the Children's Ministry
Report. He reported on a successful Heavenly Star Search, 85 kids involved. He thanked Christy
Sessions for an AWESOME Children's Camp with 211 children present. Thirteen children gave their life
to the Lord! Lahoma Joiner was the children's quizzing director, Lisa Skinner gave the report in her
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stead. Susan Broadhead, the new Children's Camp Director, came and gave a report on what is up for
next year. June 10th is the cutoff date for camp forms. Dates this year are July 22 - 27th 2013.
Jeffrey Woods concluded the reports by reminding us that no children's program is successful without lots
of adult help. Please be involved.
The meetings were convened with the installation of the members of the SDMI council and auxilliary
committees by District Superintendent Dr. Mark Berry.
Rev. Mitchell Powell dismissed us to our various ways and reminded us to be back at 7:00 PM for the
opening service of the Alabama South District Assembly and Ordination Service.
Report from ballot #2 - Sunday School Member At Large
127 Votes Cast; 1 invalid; Susan Broadhead (31), James Meadows (21), Walter “Wally” Rezendes (47),
Larry Spraker (27). Walter “Wally” Rezendes was elected.
MELISSA AARON, Secretary
Respectfully Submitted,
DAVID KEMP, Chairman
B. NAZARENE MISSIONS INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION
Evening Service, Tuesday, April 23, 2013
The Thirtieth NMI Convention of the Alabama South District Church of the Nazarene began on
Tuesday, April 23, 2013 at Millbrook Church of the Nazarene under the leadership of Mrs. Nina Fuller,
District NMI President. Rev. and Mrs. Heap, missionaries to Brazil, South America were the convention
speakers. The convention theme was “Partners in the Harvest”.
At 6:55 pm a video of local and district NMI activities during the year was shown. Mrs. Nina Fuller
welcomed everyone and Rev. Larry Spraker opened with prayer.
Dr. Skinner gave instructions about ordering supplies and books from Nazarene Publishing House. She
has prepared a district CD with information for the local presidents including a monthly emphasis that
goes along with Living Mission. The order received tonight will be filled after the service and ready for
pick up in the morning.
Convention music was led by Dane and Margaret Harris and the Millbrook Praise Team. They led “Let
Your Anointing Fill This Place” and “I’m on the Battlefield for my Lord”.
Rev. Ken Wyatt presented the totals for this year’s Children’s Project in Judy Wyatt’s absence. A total
of $16,691.16 was raised to complete the North District Center in Guyana where the Pastors’ WW team
took the Jesus Film last year. The top five churches receiving trophies for their giving are as follows: 5thShawmut - $1178.63; 4th - Tuscaloosa Holten Heights - $1265.00; 3rd - Lanett -$1367.00; 2nd - Landmark
-$3174.00; 1st- Montgomery First $5597.18. The Children’s Missions Rally was held on Oct 20, 2012
with Gary & Penny from Zambia, Africa. The 2013 Children’s Project is to purchase a boat for the
Amazon River Basin in Brazil. It will be used to take evangelists, the JESUS Film, doctors and dentists
along the rivers of the Amazon River basins. The cost will be about $12,000. The 2013 Children’s
Mission Rally will be held at Millbrook Church on October 19, 2013. Lisa, missionary from Thailand
will be speaking.
Mrs. Fuller introduced Mr. Andrew Minton from Heavenly Star Search who sang “You’re Alive”.
Dr. Mark Berry welcomed the convention delegates and recognized all pastors. He recognized
delegates attending NMI Convention for the first time. Special recognition was given to Dr. and Mrs.
Phillip Sessions, Rev. and Mrs. Leon Patrick, Dr. Phil Fuller, DS from the Virginia District, and Dr. Roy
Fuller, Superintendent Emeritus. Special recognition was given to his wife, Mrs. Debi Berry. The ushers
received an offering for NMI with Dr. Phil Fuller asked God’s blessing on the offering.
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The praise team sang “I Thank You Jesus”, “There is a River” and “I Love Jesus”.
Mrs. Fuller recognized Rev. Freddy Williams who is collecting eyeglasses for Haiti. A container is in
the foyer for collection.
Mrs. Fuller introduced our convention speakers, Rev. and Mrs. Heap. The Heaps were assigned to
Brazil in 1973 where they have served in several capacities: as seminary professors; pioneers of churches;
and for 23 years as field director. Their present roles involve clergy development; resource development
and teacher. They have served in Brazil during a period when the evangelical church has grown rapidly.
The Heaps spoke after the Praise Team led in worship.
Mrs. Heap shared a short story about a mission trip by bus thru Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay.
She stressed that we are all partners in the harvest. Rev. Heap shared background information of his
parents who were missionaries in Brazil when persecution of the church was going strong. He told of how
the mobs persecuted the new believers and how one who was cut and bleeding said, “I’m not worthy to
bleed for Jesus”. Today there are over 120,000 Nazarenes in Brazil because of the pioneers who planted
the seed and because of those who watered the seed. He encouraged us that everything we are doing in
our local church is for the Lord of the Church, Jesus Christ.
Rev. Heap thanked Alabama South for being involved in sharing the gospel and encouraged us not to
give up. He asked that the Lord bless us on our mission field and that we find joy in spreading the gospel
around the world. He said that on Wednesday they would be sharing stories of people who have been
saved because of people like us who have sent missionaries.
Mrs. Fuller encouraged all by saying, “If you have ever given to World Evangelism Fellowship Fund
or to Alabaster, you are partners in the harvest. Let’s keep on being partners with the people in Brazil and
people around the world.”
Rev. Phil Fuller dismissed the service with prayer.
Wednesday Morning, April 24, 2013
The Alabama South District NMI Convention convened on Wednesday, April 24, 2013 at 8:00 am at
the Millbrook Church of the Nazarene. The theme for this year’s convention is “Partners in the Harvest”.
A DVD of “Worthy is the Lamb” by the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir was played to bring us into worship.
Mrs. Fuller called on Rev. Alan Cook to open with prayer. Rachel Underwood sang “Everybody Ought
to Know”.
Mrs. Heap shared with us an incident that happened a year ago in Capinas: the youth leader presented
a decal for cars “In the Hands of God” but his idea was turned down by the senior pastor. When the youth
leader left the office, he placed the decal on the pastor’s car without the pastor’s knowledge. The pastor
was followed by someone who wanted one of the decals. Today in Capinas, you can’t go one block
without seeing a car having that decal. She reminded us that “Whatever is happening in your life today,
remember everything is in the hands of God. We must keep everything in God’s hands and all will come
out victorious every time.”
Mrs. Fuller reminded the churches to complete the NPH supply order as soon as possible. She called
on Jimmy Horton, District Treasurer, for an announcement He reminded us that the Easter Offering is not
a Missions Special, but rather part of the World Evangelism Fund.
Mrs. Fuller called to order the 30th Alabama South District NMI. Because the district president and
district council were elected last year for a two year term, the voting area was not set.
Donna Angerbrandt presented a motion to name the convention personnel as: Recording Secretary –
Diane Thompson; Parliamentarian - Roy Fuller; Journal Reading Committee – Debi Berry and Amanda
Young.
Mrs. Fuller announced special greetings from Global NMI Director, Dr. Daniel Ketchum; and Global
NMI President, Jennifer Brown. A DVD from Dr. Ketchum was shown and Rev. Lance Conn read
greetings from Jennifer Brown. Mrs. Fuller asked that we send greetings to these people and to Glenda
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Martin who is undergoing treatments. This is the first time she has missed in 40 plus years. Also,
greetings will be sent to Beckie Shackelford, who is with her daughter for emergency surgery. We will
also pray for them.
Dr. Berry presented Mrs. Nina Fuller to give the NMI President’s Report. (See copy of report) A
standing ovation of approval was given for Mrs. Fuller’s report. Dr. Berry accepted the approval and
called upon Donna Angerbrandt to come forward to make presentations. She gave special words of
thanks and appreciation to Dr. and Mrs. Fuller with a special gift. Mrs. Debi Berry, our First Lady, was
escorted to the platform to receive a special gift of appreciation for serving as District NMI Vice
President. Donna called Rev. and Mrs. Heap to the platform to receive a special gift of appreciation for
being our convention speakers.
Mrs. Fuller called Donna and Diane to the platform for special presentations.
With extra time to spare, Mrs. Fuller called Mrs. Heap to the platform to share a special story with us.
She recalled a time they were introduced as the missionary family that used to be hippies and the type of
life they used to live but the grace of God had transformed their lives and he presented the Stevens family,
the new missionaries. Steve added they were also driving a Volkswagen van.
Mrs. Fuller’s son, Dr. Phil Fuller shared with us from the Virginia District.
Mrs. Fuller dismissed the convention for a short break; all should return promptly by 9:30.
At 9:30 a video “The Harvest” was shown to re-assemble the delegates.
Mrs. Fuller thanked the Spencer Church for preparing the snacks.
Mrs. Fuller called upon Lisa Skinner, Missions Education Director, for her report. 3743 books were
read across the district. The award for the Large Church Group reading the largest percentage went to
Tuscaloosa Holten Heights by reading 180% of their goal. The award for the Small Church Group went to
Calvert for reading 320% of their goal. In the President’s Packet, is a CD with everything the local
presidents need to know for the upcoming year. She encouraged us to embrace technology as we present
missions to our churches, especially with the children. She said as we read the books let us be reminded
that we are a part of a larger group, a bigger family. Lisa offered her services during the summer to assist
in any way needed to promote the reading books. She encouraged people who have older missionary
books to share with churches who can’t afford to purchase the new books. The point of missions is to
equip us on our walk with Christ and to make a difference with the people with whom we come in
contact.
Mrs. Fuller called upon Diane Thompson to present the treasurer’s report. A round of applause was
given after the report was presented (See copy of report)
Debi Berry was called to present the NMI Distinguished Service Award as a tribute to a person for their
service in the area of missions and this person was Bob Evans of the Tuscaloosa Holten Heights Church.
A letter of appreciation from Rev. Bill Holley for Bob’s ministry was read. Bob came forward to receive
the award and to express his thanks.
Debi Berry also explained the purpose of The Memorial Roll which was established in 1919 as a way to
honor deceased loved ones. Giving to the Memorial Roll Certificate is another way the church can
participate in supporting missionary health care. Alabama South Churches paid tribute to forty-six
deceased loved ones this past year. These names have been placed on the permanent Memorial Roll in
Lenexa, Kansas. The names were read by Brett Medley as they were shown on the overhead. Prayer was
given for the families and the memory of all of these loved ones.
Mrs. Fuller called on Dot Brumbeloe to give a news flash about hosting a missionary for deputation.
Lisa from Thailand will be on the district in October 2013. Cynthia from Argentina will be on the district
in January 2014.
Mrs. Fuller called on Donna Angerbrandt to give the LINKS report in Beckie Shackelford’s absence.
Donna reported that each church would find a red booklet in packet with the LINKS assignments and
assessments. She encouraged all churches to participate by sending cards and notes. She reported that
only 50% or Alabama South churches actually participate in LINKS. She asked Mrs. Heap to share what
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LINKS means to the missionary. Brenda shared that LINKS is very important to them. She said that
Brazilian culture is very relational and asked the question, “Can you build a good relationship if you don’t
know the missionaries?” She said it helps the missionary feel more secure; it’s not just the money, but the
bond that is developed. Participating in LINKS will cause you to pray more for the missionaries. Brenda
encouraged every church to support the LINKS program because the missionaries need to know you are
interested in what is happening to their lives.
Mrs. Fuller announced that Lisa Skinner had prepared a video of our youth in missions but it wasn’t
working properly. Lisa shared briefly and encouraged the churches to share what their teens are doing in
the line of missions and to send pictures. She shared that Alabama South has some awesome teens whose
lives have been changed by going on mission trips.
Mrs. Fuller called upon June Jarrell to report on the Work & Witness trips to Honduras and Cuba. June
reported that it had been an exciting year. In Haiti, we were able to complete the roof on the school. God
has blessed abundantly by helping us achieve things that were humanly impossible. On Team Day we
collected 350 pounds of school supplies to be taken to the Dominican Republic. The supplies were
distributed to ten centers plus the seminary in Dominican Republic. The center in San Juan is teaching life
skills and the Bible is part of their curriculum. Spencer Church donated 144 Spanish Bibles for the school
in Dominican Republic.
A Work & Witness Team went to Honduras to build the second floor Ulola Church of the Nazarene,
Sunday School rooms and an apartment for the pastor. Beanie babies were given to every child and the
adults. The team members were thrilled to see what the pastor was doing in the Honduras.
Last summer we became aware that Cuba was opened to the Church of the Nazarene. AL South
decided to have a part in this – the call went out that money was needed for a trip to Cuba and God
provided the funds. On April 1st Alabama South sent a Work & Witness team to Cuba which has been
closed since 1960. Bob Prescott assisted in leading the team since he grew up there. June reported the trip
was difficult at times but God was with them and they experienced spirit filled times while there. They
met several pastors and went to the end of the island. The pastor prayed for the team and heaven came
down and glory filled their souls. They visited the recently retired District Superintendent’s home who
shared with the team that he had planted 19 new churches and he will continue to work there even though
they are at risk for being persecuted because of their faith.
June shared that a non-Nazarene church has given $10,000 for a trip to the Dominican Republic. God is
blessing and will bring it to completion for the salvation of these children. A second project is the
Guyana project. She thanked the children who raised money for this project. She asked that all pray, give
and go. She placed pictures are in the packet to share with the churches.
June thanked the churches for the prayers during the time they were in Cuba. They were protected and
had a wonderful time. Certificates were given to those who participated in this project: Charles and
Glenda Martin; Lillian Heller; Serena Terry; Reba Tucker; Mike Wilcox; and Freddy Williams.
Mrs. Fuller commented that “June Jarrell makes Work & Witness rock as the young people would say”.
Mrs. Fuller called for a special song by Patty Wilcox and Judy McLaney. They sang “Lord of the
Harvest”.
Rev. Heap shared the message after putting a plug in for Deputation, Work and Witness and Mission
Aviation. He encouraged churches to keep their kids in church for mission speakers because most
missionaries receive their call before 13 years of age.
Rev. Heap began by stating, “Jesus Christ began his ministry by standing and reading the gospel. What is
our mission today? To continue the ministry of Jesus Christ: that’s what Jesus Christ is asking of us: To
preach, teach, heal, and to set the captive free.” He shared a story of how the Lord is keeping the mission
of the Lord going.
“The church exists today to announce that Jesus Christ came to set the prisoner free and if he has set
you free, then you shall be free indeed. Maybe now the bondage is a different kind of bondage. Bondage
to drugs, styles of life and yet the Holy Spirit through the church is setting people free.” “ In looking at
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tapestries – someone did that. All of the threads go together: all the honor and glory isn’t for the person
who made it, but in the church all of the honor and glory is for the Lord Jesus Christ. A contribution here
and one there, and one day you and I will be standing before the master and we will say, ‘Ah now, I see
it’. It is the Lord of the church: all glory and all honor goes to him. The last chapter of the Bible says we
will all gather before him and say all honor and glory and majesty be to the one who gave his life for us.
Therefore all that I have, all that I am, I give back to him and find great joy and fulfillment in doing his
will.”
Prayer. “Oh Lord Jesus, give us those moments when in a small way we’re able to see what you are
doing. We are very quick to pick up on the circumstances all around us. We are very quick to pick up on
when people hurt us or disappoint us. Help us see the big picture of what God is doing. Help us to believe
that it is your church, not our little church and that you are building your church around the world and
what really is important is that it will be all to the honor and glory of the church of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Take what we have offered to you these days at District Assembly and when we get back to our churches
and the band stops playing that we will be reminded that God is walking with us. Be with that pastor and
pastor’s wife and Sunday School teacher, that youth leader that are building your church. We have the
privilege of letting you use our lives for your honor and glory. Amen.”
Mrs. Fuller thanked Steve and Brenda for coming and letting God use them this week. She expressed
appreciation and stated that we will not be the same because they came.
This concludes our NMI Convention.
Respectfully Submitted,
DIANE THOMPSON
NMI Recording Secretary
DONNA ANGERBRANDT
NMI Secretary
NINA FULLER
NMI President
C. NAZARENE YOUTH INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION
Saturday, March 2, 2013
I. Bob opened and welcomed everyone and organized the convention
II. Recognition of the District Superintendent and his wife
III. Ashley Sessions, NYI secretary
A. named the convention assistants
Recording secretary: Lisa Skinner
Election Secretary: Rev. Bill Holley
Head Teller Board #1: Beau Averette
Board of Tellers #1- Beau Averette
Tamra Reeves, Amanda Fuller, Holly Averette
Stephen Reeves, Lance Sessions
Head Teller Board #2: Allen Averette
Board of Tellers #2 - Allen Averette
Amery Morehead, Dee Taylor, Dakota Akins
Emily Shirah, Clay Burke
Parliamentarian: Jeff Skinner
Pages: Katelyn Padgett and Lance Sessions
B. read: Members of the District NYI Convention according to the Auxiliary Constitutions of the
MANUAL, 810. 14 Paragraph 3 are as follows:
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The District NYI Convention is composed of the members of the District NYI Council, the
District Superintendent, local pastors, other assigned ordained ministers of the District
who participate in NYI ministry, and local NYI delegates.
C. the voting bar was set as the entire sanctuary, platform and teller rooms
D. Motions:
1. I would like to entertain a motion at this time to seat alternates without reading the
names and that the secretary will check for accuracy.
Motion Made: Jeff Woods Second: Bill Holley
2. I would like to entertain a motion that all ballots be by plurality.
Motion Made: Jeff Woods Second: Tim Campbell
3. I would like to entertain a motion to allow the District Council to appoint all District
Ministries Directors in accordance with the Auxiliary Constitutions of the MANUAL,
810.107 Paragraph 4. Motion Made: Bill Holley and 2nd Jeff Woods
IV. Dr. Mark Berry introduced Bob Evan, District NYI President: some points from his introduction:
--Has a heart for people and what is best for you all --He is a man of change
--Want you to appreciate that
--Accustomed to change
--Don’t ever get like old people and not like change --You need to be a part of the change
--Go home and tell others about how exciting things are
--He cares about this district
--He wants to see people come to know Jesus Christ -Thankful for change & the president
V. Dr. Berry led in Prayer
VI. NYI Presidential Report: Bob Evans
Jeff Woods made a motion to accept the President’s Report, 2nd By Tim Seale. Acceptance of the
report and appreciation was expressed with applause.
VII. Dr. Berry asked the pastors to come around Bob and then everyone else to lay hands and pray
VIII. Call for Board of Tellers #1 for Ballot #1: Vice President: Allen Averette yes or no ballot
Total Ballots: 55
Yes: 54
No: 1
IX. Call for Board of Tellers #2 for Ballot #2: Early Youth Members at Large: Vote for 3
Rebecca Sivley Holten Heights
29
elected
Seth Young
Ridgeville
20
Amery Morehead Dothan 1st
27
elected
Isabelle Shirah
Mobile
24
Travis Carlson
East Brewton
9
Ethan Heller
East Brewton
12
st
Garrison Wise
Dothan 1
26
elected
Cody Hinson
Capital City
14
X. Praise and Celebration Report from Local NYI Presidents/ Youth Pastors/ Teens
The following teens reported: Rebecca Sivley, Holten Heights; Garrison Wise, Dothan
First and Katelyn Padgett, Dothan First.
Tim Seale from Trinity reported as an Adult Worker
XI. NYI Offering to help offset costs for convention
Ushers: Clay Burk, Tyler Walker, Jequon Charles, Garrison Wise. $230 raised
XII. Calendar of Events passed out
XIII. Call for Board of Tellers #1 for Ballot 3: Senior Youth Member at Large
Lance Sessions
Lanett
30
elected
Emily Shirah
Mobile 1st
27
elected
Emily Aaron
Mobile 1st
11
Tyler Walker
Holten Heights
25
elected
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Will Carruth
Tuscaloosa 1st
21
Katelyn Padgett
Dothan 1st
18
Hannah Sivley
Holten Height
17
Caleb Wyatt
Tuscaloosa 1st
12
XIV. Rolling Hills Campground: Bob encouraged every youth group to…
---raise monies for the campground
--- attend the Camp Work Day on Saturday, May 4
---discussed ways to improve campground for teens: pool, volleyball, basketball
XV. Treasurer’s Report: Renee Averette
XVI. Ballot 4: Young Adult Members @ Large
Olivia Williams
Lanett
29
elected
Kelli Wilcox
New Providence
31
elected
Kayley Grubb
Mobile 1st
24
elected
Abbie Carlson
East Brewton
23
Tyler Dehoff
East Brewton
12
Kaley Mills
Landmark
18
Katie Zeh
New Providence
21
XVII. Praise and Celebration Report from Local NYI Presidents/ Youth Pastors/ Teens
Adult Workers Randy Parmer, Lanett and Bob Evans, Holten Heights; Teen, Hannah
Sivley, Holten Heights all reported.
XVIII. Election Secretary Reports—read results from all ballots (can be seen above)
The following were declared elected: Vice President: Allen Averette;
Early Youth Representative: Rebecca Sivley, Amery Morehead, Garrison Wise;
Senior Youth Representative: Lance Sessions, Emily Shirah, Tyler Walker
Young Adult Representative: Olivia Williams, Kelli Wilcox, Kayley Grubb
XIX. Installation of Officers: Dr. Mark Berry, District Superintendent
The elected council, Missional Area Leaders and YES Mentor were called down front and were
installed by District Superintendent, Dr. Mark Berry
Zone Chairman:
Capital City: Caleb Strickland
North Central: Jeff Woods
Chattahooche Valley: Tamra Reaves
Tuscaloosa: Dee Taylor
Mobile: Zach Baker
Dothan: Ashley Sessions
South Central: Nevin Heller
YES Mentor: Randy Parmer
XX. Recognition of Bob
LISA SKINNER
Recording Secretary
Respectfully Submitted
ASHLEY SESSIONS
NYI Secretary
BOB EVANS
NYI President
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VIII.
Financial and Statistical
A. AUDIT COMMITTEE REPORT
To the District Superintendent
Alabama South District
Church of the Nazarene
Prattville, Alabama
We have compiled the accompanying statement of assets, liabilities and fund balances - cash basis of the
Alabama South District Church of the Nazarene as of February 28, 2013, in accordance with standards
consistent with Public Accounting Practices.
A compilation is limited to presenting in the form of financial statements information that is the
representation of the fund treasurers and other interested individuals. We have not audited or reviewed
the accompanying statements of assets, liabilities and fund balances - cash basis, and accordingly, do not
express an opinion or any other form of assurance on it.
ALABAMA SOUTH DISTRICT CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
AUDIT COMMITTEE
DAVID W. LUTES, Chairman
DENISE STANDIFER, Committee Member:
Auditor’s Note: Reports for the following auxiliaries have been received and have been reviewed:
Women’s Retreat, Men’s Ministries Retreat
B. STATEMENT OF ASSETS, LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCES
CASH BASIS
February 28, 2013
ASSETS
CURRENT ASSETS
Cash in Bank
$ 237,870
Funds in Nazarene Church Foundation
656,460
TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS
FIXED ASSETS
OTHER ASSETS
Investment in Rolling Hills Camp
TOTAL ASSETS
$
894,330
642,000
807,816
2,344,146
LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCES
LIABILITIES
Long Term Note
$ 200,936
TOTAL LIABILITIES
FUND BALANCES
District
200,936
$ 1,982,376
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30,902
Sunday School Ministries
Nazarene Missions International
36,803
Nazarene Youth International
6,635
District Home Mission
64,162
Church Properties Account
22,332
TOTAL FUND BALANCES
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCES
C. NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
February 28, 2013
$ 2,143,210
$2,344,146
NOTE A - SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES
Cash Basis of Accounting
The Church's accounts are maintained, and these statements are presented, on a modified cash basis of accounting
under which only revenues collected, costs and expenses paid, assets and fund balances arising from cash
transactions. Therefore, accrued income and expenses, payables, deferred expenses, depreciation and other assets
which may be material in amount are not reflected; and the financial statement is not intended to present the results
of operations and financial position in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles.
Fund Accounting
To ensure observance of limitations and restrictions placed on the use of resources available to the Church, the
accounts of the Church are maintained in accordance with the principles of fund accounting. This is the procedure
by which resources for various purposes are classified for accounting and reporting purposes into funds established
according to their nature and purposes. Separate accounts are maintained for each fund; however, in the
accompanying financial statement, funds that have similar characteristics have been combined into fund groups.
Accordingly, all financial transactions have been recorded and reported by fund group.
Income Tax Status
Because the Church is exempt from federal and state income taxes, there is no provision for income taxes in the
accompanying statements. Since the RV Park has been incorporated there may be some liability for income taxes
on this entity. The Camp Accountants should make provision for this in their reports.
NOTE B - INVESTMENT IN ROLLING HILLS CAMPGROUND
The investment in the Rolling Hills Campground at December 31, 2012 is as follows:
CURRENT ASSETS
Cash
FIXED ASSETS
Land
Building
Improvements
Equipment
OTHER ASSETS
Condominium Unit
ASSETS
$
TOTAL FIXED ASSETS
$ 260,000
1,045,801
146,150
136,874
23,718
1,588,825
53,000
$ 1,665,543
TOTAL ASSETS
LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE
CURRENT LIABILITIES
TOTAL CURRENT LIABILITIES
LONG-TERM DEBT
TOTAL LONG-TERM DEBT
-0$49,911
$
-049,911
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FUND BALANCE
Alabama North District
Alabama South District
TOTAL FUND BALANCE
807,816
807,816
1,615,632
TOTAL LIABILITIES & FUND BALANCE
$ 1,665,543
NOTE C - FIXED ASSETS
The properties owned by the District consisted of the following at February 28, 2011. The properties are
stated at estimated values.
Ozark Building
Daphne Lighthouse Building
District parsonage
District office equipment
Nazarene Disaster Alert Trailers
170,000
245,000
200,000
10,000
17,000
$ 642,000
(200,936)
LESS: Mortgage, Daphne Lighthouse Building
NET VALUE DISTRICT PROPERTIES
$ 441,046
NOTE D - NOTES PAYABLE
At December 31, 2012, Rolling Hills Camp had one note as follows:
Principal $49,911.30 (Regions Loan #401-0000700005832 @ 4.75%)
Open loan for four years. Annual interest payments $2,175.26. No principal payments required.
D. COMPARATIVE BALANCE SHEET
February 29, 2012 and February 28, 2013
Current Assets
Cash on Hand and in Banks
Funds in Nazarene Church Foundation
Total Current Assets
2012
2013
$ 247,048
603,751
850,799
$ 237,870
656,460
894,330
Property and Equipment:
Ozark
Daphne Lighthouse Building
District Parsonage
District Office Equipment
Nazarene Disaster Alert Trailers (2)
Investment in Rolling Hills Camp
Total Fixed Assets
TOTAL ASSETS
279,000
200,000
10,000
25,000
807,956
1,321,956
$ 2,172,755
200,000
10,000
17,000
807,816
1,449,816
$ 2,344,146
212,570
200,936
1,736,465
31,108
30,117
1,982,376
30,902
36,803
Liabilities:
Mortgage Loan – Daphne Lighthouse Bldg
Fund Balances:
District
Sunday School Ministries
Nazarene Missions International
170,000
100
Nazarene Youth International
District Home Mission
Church Properties
Total Fund Balances
TOTAL LIABILITIES & FUND BALANCES
21,709
95,465
45,321
6,635
64,162
22,332
1,960,185
2,143,210
$ 2,172,755
$ 2,344,146
E. STATEMENT OF ASSETS, LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCES
CASH BASIS
February 28, 2013
Audit Committee Report
District Superintendent
Alabama South District
Church of the Nazarene
We have examined the statements of cash receipts and disbursements of the various funds of the Alabama
South District Church of the Nazarene with the exception of the District Camp. The District Camp is
audited, or reviewed, by the firm American Tax & Accounting Associates; their reports are included on
Pages 8, 9 and 10. All statements, with the exception of the District Camp, are for the year ended
February 28, 2013. The District Camp Statement is for twelve months ended December 31, 2012. Since
the North and South Districts have different fiscal year endings, and both districts share the camp
responsibilities, the District Camp was put on a calendar basis.
We conducted our review in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards. Those standards
require that we plan and perform the review to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the cash
receipts and disbursements statements are free of material misstatement. Our review includes examining,
on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the cash receipts and disbursements
statements. We believe that our review provides a reasonable basis for our opinion.
These cash receipts and disbursements statements were prepared on the cash basis of accounting and are
not intended to be presented in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles.
In our opinion, the cash receipts and disbursements statements referred to above present fairly, in all
material respects, the cash receipts and disbursements of The Alabama South District Church of the
Nazarene for the year ended February 28, 2013.
ALABAMA SOUTH DISTRICT CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
AUDIT COMMITTEE
DAVID W. LUTES, Chairman
DENISE STANDIFER, Committee Member
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F. DISTRICT TREASURER
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
Year Ended February 28, 2013
CASH - BEGINNING OF YEAR
RECEIPTS:
Budget receipts
District Parsonage Lease
Group insurance
Interest
M & M Retreat
In & Out
Assembly Offerings
Other Receipts
TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE
DISBURSEMENTS:
Salaries and benefits
Housing
District office & parsonage expenses
Computer Cost
Professional Expenses
District assembly expenses
Alabama South Nazarene
Group insurance
District boards
Other expenses
M & M Expenses
In & Out
ALCAP
Contingency
Miscellaneous
Budget remittances
Pensions and benefits
Education
Home Mission
District Camp
Sunday School Ministries
Nazarene Youth International
Nazarene Mission International
$
22,958.26
$ 446,492.67
8,594.41
71,868.00
15.20
10,252.50
900.15
2,009.33
1,207.38
541,339.64
564,297.90
123,711.55
25,200.00
21,478.37
952.28
22,135.03
7,774.38
4,573.58
72,144.00
4,796.67
1,087.33
13,498.20
1,674.60
1,500.00
600.00
2,493.26
72,981.18
75,125.73
22,164.33
24,381.28
11,651.49
15,515.13
12,729.33
CASH – END OF YEAR
_538,167.72
$
26,130.18
DISTRICT OFFICE ACCOUNT
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
Year Ended February 28, 2013
102
CASH - BEGINNING OF YEAR
RECEIPTS:
Alabama South District
Donations for Pastors
TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE
DISBURSEMENTS:
Postage & Office Supplies
Assistance to Pastors
Web Server
Entertainment, Advisory Board
Advisory Board Departing Gifts
$
$ 2,000.00
2,370.00
369.59
4,370.00
4,739.59
1,406.07
1,850.00
488.99
43.89
49.33
TOTAL EXPENSES
CASH - END OF YEAR
$
3,838.28
901.31
G. DISTRICT HOME MISSION
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
Year Ended February 28, 2013
CASH - BEGINNING OF YEAR
$ 95,465.44
RECEIPTS:
Budget receipts
God’s Glory Loan Repayment
Interest
Pastor Training
Disaster Relief
Other Receipts
Lease Payments
TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE
DISBURSEMENTS:
Lighthouse Church
Foley New Start
Open Arms Ministry Subsidy
Disaster Relief Expense
Rolling Hills Camp
Trinity Operations
Ministerial Development
Property Disposition Expense
Work & Witness
Emergency Assistance
Transfer to WIF Savings
$ 20,452.78
800.00
31.17
3,774.50
312.00
500.00
17,856.00
416.94
20,053.08
1,200.00
5,200.00
584.83
4,500.00
10,400.00
9,098.82
3,939.58
2,096.30
750.00
43,726.45
139,191.89
Miscellaneous
16,790.00
TOTAL EXPENSES
CASH - END OF YEAR
75,029.55
$
64,162.34
SPECIAL HOME MISSION – CHURCH PROPERTIES
103
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
Year Ended February 28, 2013
CASH - BEGINNING OF YEAR
RECEIPTS:
Sale of Ozark Church
Sale of Peterson Property
Interest
In & Out
TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE:
EXPENSES:
Bank Charges
Rolling Hills R. V. Park
HUD Settlement
District Parsonage Repairs
Transfer to HM MISS Account
$ 45,321.06
3,000.00
25,853.50
28.61
8,000.00
36,882.11
82,203.17
15.00
16,008.00
10,637.25
33,210.00
CASH - END OF YEAR:
59,870.25
$
22,332.92
NAZARENE FOUNDATION
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
Year Ended February 28, 2013
FUNDS AT BEGINNING OF YEAR
RECEIPTS:
Interest & Dividends
Growth & Income
Income & Growth
Total Interest & Dividends
Realized Gain/Loss
Growth & Income
Income & Growth
Total Realized Gain/Loss
Unrealized Gain/Loss
Growth & Income
Income & Growth
Total Unrealized Gain/Loss
TOTAL RECEIPTS:
$ 603,751.04
9,097.17
10,422.28
5,221.52
5,797.50
12,908.32
9,175.45
TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE:
EXPENSES:
Bank Service Charges
Grow/Inc Exp Fee
Inc/Grow Exp Fee
Total Bank Service Charges
Growth & Income
Unrealized Gain/Loss
Total Growth & Income
19,519.45
11,019.02
22,083.77
52,622.24
656,373.28
3,079.47
2,988.72
(2,627.08)
6,068.19
(2,627.08)
104
Income & Growth
Unrealized Gain/Loss
FUNDS AT END OF YEAR
(3,527.46
Total Income & Growth
TOTAL EXPENSES:
$
(3,527.46)
(86.36)
656,459.63
ALABAMA SOUTH DISTRICT CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
DISTRICT - SAVINGS
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
Year Ended February 28, 2013
CASH - BEGINNING OF YEAR
RECEIPTS:
Transfer from Home Missions
Transfer from Properties Account
$
$ 16,790.00
33,210.00
FUNDS AVAILABLE:
0.00
50,000.00
$
50,000.00
DISBURSEMENTS:
TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS:
0.00
CASH - END OF YEAR:
$
50,000.00
$
1,604.65
DISTRICT CAMP (ROLLING HILLS CONFERENCE CENTER)
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
Twelve Months Ended December 31, 2012
CASH – BEGINNING OF YEAR
RECEIPTS:
Alabama – South
Alabama – North
Contributions
Food service
Rentals
Reimbursed Expenses
Camp Meeting Income
Income from RV Park
Loan Proceeds
$
29,166.90
35,537.16
3,082.81
4,356.81
77,833.55
1,698.75
105,402.58
43,214.00
21,000.00
TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE
DISBURSEMENTS:
Camp Directors:
Gifts
Health Insurance
Housing
Salaries
S.S. Tax
Other Payroll Expenses
Maintenance and repair
321,292.56
322,897.21
500.00
15,106.50
13,900.00
36,660.00
7,500.00
46,982.80
20,988.16
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Insurance
Contract Labor
Supplies
Utilities
Equipment
Telephone
Food Services Expenses
Interest
Advertising
Building Projects
Environmental
Office Supplies
Condo Expense
Fuel
Taxes and Licenses
Camp Meeting Expense
Miscellaneous
Dues & Subscriptions
Travel & Entertainment
Medical Care
33,086.11
10,401.89
3,018.83
47,492.26
9,805.85
9,718.24
27,320.58
1,852.94
1,127.47
1,240.45
1,401.13
7,122.06
6,895.51
4,834.69
1,606.41
455.87
6,202.56
1,310.94
2,574.96
50.00
CASH - END OF YEAR:
319,156.21
$
3,741.00
ROLLING HILLS CONFERENCE CENTER – SPECIAL PROJECT ACCOUNT
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
Twelve Months Ended December 31, 2012
CASH BEGINNING OF YEAR
$
RECEIPTS:
Camp Meeting Income:
CD Sales
Camp Meeting Income – General
Contributions Income
Sale of Equipment & Transfers
Loan from Operational Account
Miscellaneous
R H Outreach Ministry
TOTAL RECEIPTS:
TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE
400.32
6,559.00
18,525.00
283.35
19,000.00
222.00
4,215.76
DISBURSEMENTS:
Maintenance and Repairs
Camp Meeting Expense
Equipment
Bank Service Charge
Office Supplies
Loan to Operation Acct.
Professional Fees, Accounting
Rolling Hills Church Expenses:
Building Rental
1,692.19
3,367.79
760.67
45.00
531.81
19,000.00
500.00
504.20
49,205.43
49,709.63
2,400.00
106
Equipment Purchase
Supplies
994.32
612.48
TOTAL EXPENSE
CASH – END OF YEAR
29,904.26
$19,805.37
H. ROLLING HILLS R.V. PARK, INC.
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
Twelve Months Ended December 31, 2012
CASH BEGINNING OF YEAR
RECEIPTS:
R.V. Sites
Rental
Services
Vending Sales
$
130,490.40
3,030.00
213.93
1,782.45
TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE
DISBURSEMENTS:
Contract Labor
Accounting
Insurance
Environmental
Maintenance & Repairs
Miscellaneous
Office Expense
Credit Card Service
Taxes
Telephone
Utilities
License & Permits
Fuel
Lease to RHCC
Equipment
Advertising
Dues & Subscriptions
Repairs
R.V. Sites
Travel & Entertainment
Water & Sewage
889.89
135,516.78
136,406.67
2,829.70
1,125.00
1,404.03
2,428.87
1,567.82
923.48
4,799.39
2,672.88
3,318.16
4,953.81
41,444.48
153.09
1,968.80
42,714.00
784.40
1,936.00
496.59
4,419.58
668.00
417.99
15,209.00
CASH – END OF YEAR
136,235.07
$
171.60
I. SUNDAY SCHOOL MINISTRIES
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
Year Ended February 28, 2013
CASH - BEGINNING OF YEAR
$ 23,460.73
RECEIPTS:
107
District Budget Receipts
Children's Camp Fees
Heavenly Star Search
Team Day Income
Adjustment to Actual
TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE
DISBURSEMENTS:
Children's Camp
Quizzing
Team Day
Singles Ministry
Heavenly Star Search
Men’s Retreat
Prime Time Retreat
Laymen’s Retreat
District Leadership Conference
Office Supplies
SDMI Convention
Stipend & Honorariums
Bank Charges
Miscellaneous
Adjustment to Actual
$ 11,651.49
20,030.00
1,433.29
1,886.00
(1,704.49)
33,296.29
56,757.02
21,606.25
603.28
1,221.99
581.15
780.36
640.00
1,050.00
1,357.00
791.20
192.45
1,417.95
2,375.00
70.00
556.02
275.00
33,517.65
CASH - END OF YEAR
$ 23,239.37
SUNDAY SCHOOL MINISTRIES – SAVINGS ACCOUNT
Year Ended February 28, 2013
CASH - BEGINNING OF YEAR:
RECEIPTS:
Interest
$7,647.33
TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE
DISBURSEMENTS:
CASH – END OF YEAR
$
15.44
7,662.77
0.00
7,662.77
CD #1321 $3,995.16
CD #5266
3,667.61
$7,662.77
J. NAZARENE MISSIONS INTERNATIONAL
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
Year Ended February 28, 2013
CASH - BEGINNING OF YEAR
RECEIPTS:
Children’s Project
LINKS
$ 30,116.55
$ 19,165.16
3,174.78
108
District Budget Receipts
Work & Witness
Interest
TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE:
13,160.58
13,269.00
33.08
DISBURSEMENTS:
LINKS
Haiti School Project
Pathway For Children Child
Development Center
Deputation
Work & Witness – Honduras
Work & Witness – Cuba
Work & Witness – Dominican Republic
Work & Witness – Travel
Children’s Rally Day
Council Meetings
District Convention
Office Expense
President/Secretary/Treasurer
District Christmas Fund
Christmas Gifts – District
Youth In Missions
Buddy Plan
Team Day
48,802.60
78,919.15
3,252.24
2,144.20
2,107.29
710.50
84.38
5,000.00
18,000.00
1,201.00
1,106.81
1,320.63
3,091.49
731.74
1,550.00
455.00
550.00
456.85
150.00
204.09
42,116.22
CASH - END OF YEAR:
$
36,802.93
NAZARENE MISSIONS INTERNATIONAL - SAVINGS & CD'S
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
Year Ended February 28, 2013
SAVINGS ACCOUNTS:
NMI CD – Children’s Projects
Balance – Beginning of Year
TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE
DISBURSEMENTS:
Transferred to Operating Account
Balance – End of Year
$
$
0.00
Contingency Fund CD
Balance – Beginning of Year
DISBURSEMENTS:
Balance – End of Year
TOTAL SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
TOTAL CASH ON HAND (ALL FUNDS)
$
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
$ 36,802.93
K. NAZARENE YOUTH INTERNATIONAL
109
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
Year Ended February 28, 2013
CASH - BEGINNING OF YEAR
RECEIPTS:
Budgets
TNT & Refuel
TNT at TNU (2012)
Mexico (2012)
TNT at TNU (2013)
Background Check
Haiti
Camp Mission
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous
$
17,389.36
$ 14,317.05
12,668.00
12,892.00
14,394.00
4,805.00
360.00
5,575.00
9,543.00
1,017.92
1,618.84
77,190.81
TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE
DISBURSEMENTS:
TNT at TNU (2012)
TNT at TNU (2013)
TNT & Refuel
Background Checks
Electrons
Camp
Meeting/DLC
Convention
Cell Phones
Quizzing
Honor and Gifts
YES
Mexico (2012)
Office Supplies
Miscellaneous
Spain
Haiti
Reload
94,580.17
24,166.93
13,100.00
10,260.56
1,043.42
1,693.96
850.00
5,378.67
1,249.54
2,082.35
1,138.78
277.03
900.00
10,905.14
749.52
498.33
11,167.14
5,724.25
1,001.00
CASH - END OF YEAR
92,186.62
$
2,393.55
$
3,291.27
NAZARENE YOUTH INTERNATIONAL - SAVINGS
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
Year Ended February 28, 2013
SAVINGS:
CASH - BEGINNING OF YEAR
RECEIPTS:
Interest Income
TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE
1.44
1.44
3,292.71
110
DISBURSEMENTS:
None
0.00
0.00
CASH - END OF YEAR
$ 3,291.71
SPECIAL ACCOUNT-CHECKING - JOINT ACTIVITIES
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
YEAR ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2013
BEGINNING BALANCE
RECEIPTS:
Registration & Fees
$
14,036.63
TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE
14,036.63
$
DISBURSEMENTS:
Camp Tee’s
Laguna Beach
Entertainment
Speakers
Return Check and Fees
Miscellaneous Expense
1,030.02
525.37
11,096.50
800.00
1,000.00
10.00
684.92
CASH – END OF THE YEAR
15,066.65
14,116.79
$
949.86
L. Supplemental Statistical Report
(District Totals Only)
Real Estate
Value District Property
Value District Center
Value District Parsonage
Indebtedness on District Property
442,000
807,816
200,000
200,936
Financial
Church Giving
47
38
41
34
35
Paid Local Interests
Paid District Interests
Paid Educational Interests
Paid General Interests
Paid on Pensions Fund
4,170,301
302,802
73,043
341,476
74,523
OR
31 Paid on World Evangelism Fund
200,836
111
32 Paid on Approved Specials
33 Paid on Other Global Interests
34
Total Paid General Interests
128,371
12,269
35 Paid on Pensions Fund
Total Paid on Pensions Fund
74,523
36 Paid on District Interests
37 Paid on Other District Interests
38
Total Paid on District Interests
39 Paid on Educational Interests (TNU)
40 Paid on Other Educational Interests
41
Total Paid on Educational Interests
47 Paid Local Interests
253,638
49,164
70,534
2,509
3,167,087
Total Missional Disbursements of Local Church
Value of Church Properties
Indebtedness on these Properties
341,476
74,523
302,802
73,043
3,167,087
3,958,931
34,573,381
1,921,149
112
13
14
15
15a
Inactive Church
Members
12
16
17
1
0
0
0
4
2
0
10
0
4
0
2
0
2
2
0
0
0
2
0
4
2
4
1
2
4
4
4
5
4
37
30
33
16
246
0
8
6
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
35
46
31
12
88
Mrs. Linda Goins-Shuttlesworth
Rev. Alfred R. Ashworth
Rev. S. Scott Sessions
0
55
16
252
0
0
1
0
10
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
1
0
18
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
5
0
0
0
2
6
0
0
56
14
264
0
0
31
4
45
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
8
161
0
Dothan Northside
East Brewton
Excel Enoch Johnson Memorial
God's Glory Ministries
Heritage
Rev. Lester L. Ford Sr.
Rev. James A. Meadows
Rev. Gregory L. Wood
Mr. Jeffrey McCoy
William L. Hamby, Jr.
44
139
104
212
16
0
8
3
23
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
14
23
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
44
145
117
235
16
26
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
115
102
73
30
16
17
18
19
20
Huguley
Jackson
Lake Martin
Landmark
Lanett
Rev. Gary W. Aldridge
Rev. James Clyde Gates
Rev. Dean E. Hornaday
Rev. Andy L. Rutherford
Rev. Bernie Deffinger
26
24
37
156
240
0
0
4
15
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
4
15
1
0
0
1
0
2
0
0
1
12
2
0
0
0
1
5
0
0
2
13
9
26
24
39
158
232
4
0
9
28
0
0
0
0
0
0
34
12
40
143
143
21
22
23
24
25
Millbrook
Millry
Mobile First
Mobile Parkview
Mobile Riverside
Rev. Carl W. Reed Jr.
Rev. Kenneth W. Bowen
Rev. Mitchell L. Powell
Rev. Donnie Browning
Rev. Terry W. Daugherty
111
17
222
40
83
3
0
3
0
4
0
1
0
0
3
2
0
1
0
0
5
1
4
0
7
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
4
1
0
3
0
0
0
0
5
1
4
1
0
111
17
222
39
90
7
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
193
14
130
45
40
26
27
28
29
Monroeville
Montgomery Capital City
Montgomery First
Moundville
89
99
25
105
4
1
0
5
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
1
4
3
0
6
4
1
0
1
0
2
1
0
0
0
4
0
4
3
5
1
89
99
20
110
54
49
6
45
0
0
0
0
21
47
31
62
30
New Providence
Rev. James D. Moore
Rev. Matthew B. Hinson
Rev. Eric B. Ellis
Chet T. Jordan
Rev. Carlon S. Tibbs
Rev. O. Michael Wilcox
46
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
46
15
0
29
Rev. Tonya L. Cotton
Rev. Larry P. Stover
Rev. Kenneth D. Wyatt
14
98
74
51
2
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
2
1
1
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
16
96
75
52
0
19
0
25
0
0
0
0
26
135
69
33
50
3
2
2
7
1
1
0
2
55
3
0
44
11
12
13
14
15
31
32
33
34
Newstart Community
Praise Park Ministries
Ridgeville
Roanoke
35
Robertsdale
* Sponsored New Church this Year
Rev. Dexter W. Etchison (Ricky)
(Etch)
esther turney
Associate Church
Members
- Community of Hope
Cottondale
Demopolis
Dothan First
- Dothan Ozark
Total Gains
6
7
8
9
10
Rev. Larry W. Spraker
Weekly Corporate
Worship
0
0
0
0
0
Rev. Jeffery D. Skinner
Rev. Daryl Ted Johnston
Rev. Tim Sullivan
Total Losses
1
0
10
0
0
Pastor Name
Auburn Eagle Pointe
Bayview
Calvert
Childersburg
Columbiana
Lost by Death
39
34
27
21
246
Church Name
1
2
3
4
5
Received by
Transfer
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
2013
7
Full Church Members
Reported Last Year
6
MEMBERSHIP AND WORSHIP
13
14
15
15a
16
Associate Church
Members
12
17
111
24
17
111
141
0
2
7
0
4
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
2
7
10
6
2
0
1
0
2
0
2
0
32
0
1
0
0
0
0
3
2
1
32
2
108
24
23
89
145
71
4
0
9
50
0
0
0
0
0
92
20
24
50
81
41
42
43
44
45
Spencer
Sylacauga First
Taylor's Chapel
Trinity
- Rolling Hills
Rev. Jonathan Alan Cook
Rev. Walter Rezendes
Rev. Patsy Tant
Brett D Medley
Rev. Daniel W. Ventling
82
81
40
88
0
0
1
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
5
0
4
0
1
6
0
7
0
1
3
2
0
0
39
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
1
0
43
3
2
1
0
40
84
38
94
0
0
0
0
77
0
0
0
0
0
0
41
65
23
30
0
46
47
48
49
50
Tuscaloosa Cross Pointe
Tuscaloosa First
Tuscaloosa Holten Heights
Tuscaloosa South
Valley First
Rev. H. Fred Williams
Rev. James M. Walker
Rev. Bill Holley Sr.
Rev. Donald R. Conn
Rev. James W. Fogal
75
170
207
27
34
2
0
2
1
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
2
2
0
4
4
2
4
1
4
2
1
3
1
0
0
1
6
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
2
3
9
1
1
77
169
202
27
37
10
65
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
55
104
118
25
18
51
Wallace Chapel
Alabama South Supplemental
Rev. Terry Flummer
36
0
0
0
2
2
0
1
3
0
2
6
0
32
0
0
0
15
Current Year Total
4,056
125
35
39
199
45
110
42
197
4,058
681
0
2,793
Last Year Total
4,220
153
44
50
247
51
310
50
411
4,056
703
0
2,827
Increase / (Decrease)
Organized
* Sponsored New Church this Year
Name Change
Inactive
Dadeville
to Lake Martin
Tuscaloosa Woodhaven
to Tuscaloosa Cross Pointe
Childersburg
(164)
(28)
(9)
Transfer
Total Gains
(11)
(48)
(6)
Merge
(200)
(8)
(214)
Disorganize
2
(22)
Weekly Corporate
Worship
Franklin D. Foster Jr.
Rev. James G. Virden
Rev. Edward M. Walters
Rev. Brenda J. Tyus
Rev. Timothy A. Campbell
Total Losses
Rock Mills
Saraland
- Open Arms Ministry
Selma West Village
Shawmut First
Lost by Death
Pastor Name
36
37
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
2013
7
Received from Other
Denominations
6
MEMBERSHIP AND WORSHIP
0
Drop
(34)
23
23a
24
24a
26
27
28
29
29a
NMI Associate
Membership
22a
NMI Active
Membership
22
15
11
10
6
4
10
3
10
1
41
5
1
12
1
13
25
19
28
10
173
15
14
10
10
60
80
36
50
17
231
35
26
32
17
77
12
21
30
4
77
15
5
32
0
0
20
37
45
20
45
0
0
0
0
0
5
4
15
0
21
35
32
34
7
165
0
2
11
4
36
6
7
8
9
10
- Community of Hope
Cottondale
Demopolis
Dothan First
- Dothan Ozark
0
7
2
50
0
0
5
2
30
0
0
5
0
30
0
0
2
0
13
0
0
31
6
168
0
0
13
6
77
0
0
43
8
248
0
0
20
8
120
0
0
20
8
109
0
0
9
0
11
0
0
0
0
60
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
45
0
0
20
6
264
0
0
10
0
0
0
11
12
13
14
15
Dothan Northside
East Brewton
Excel Enoch Johnson Memorial
God's Glory Ministries
Heritage
6
68
21
1
13
5
34
7
10
9
0
18
47
1
7
0
9
21
15
4
15
83
87
4
18
9
48
44
39
12
21
169
155
6
38
14
91
72
64
25
14
85
72
37
25
0
6
0
62
0
0
90
106
0
30
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
53
30
12
44
145
104
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
16
17
18
19
20
Huguley
Jackson
Lake Martin
Landmark
Lanett
5
6
3
26
26
4
2
3
20
15
6
5
5
20
34
1
4
5
17
18
13
24
11
88
186
14
4
11
67
88
24
35
19
134
246
19
10
19
104
121
19
10
19
104
121
19
0
8
0
0
0
0
0
85
69
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
5
35
56
13
10
5
130
154
0
0
0
0
106
21
22
23
24
25
Millbrook
Millry
Mobile First
Mobile Parkview
Mobile Riverside
22
3
60
2
17
20
2
25
2
6
32
5
30
1
38
14
2
11
1
9
145
15
98
40
58
75
6
60
20
19
199
23
188
43
113
109
10
96
23
34
105
10
96
23
34
20
7
38
23
0
25
0
185
0
37
0
3
0
0
0
25
5
20
0
31
107
10
210
17
90
99
0
12
2
0
26
27
28
29
30
Monroeville
Montgomery Capital City
Montgomery First
Moundville
New Providence
3
6
6
7
8
1
4
3
4
4
5
4
18
5
2
2
2
7
4
1
29
40
23
39
32
10
28
10
39
19
37
50
47
51
42
13
34
20
47
24
13
34
20
47
24
8
20
0
0
0
42
24
0
52
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
15
20
5
2
31
47
14
55
20
0
3
0
4
10
31
32
33
34
35
Newstart Community
Praise Park Ministries
Ridgeville
Roanoke
Robertsdale
7
39
17
11
12
3
28
13
11
7
4
25
15
7
4
3
12
10
7
3
26
78
48
33
37
18
35
34
33
34
37
142
80
51
53
24
75
57
51
44
18
61
57
51
44
18
48
0
0
12
0
47
40
9
24
0
0
0
0
0
6
31
20
6
0
3
46
78
20
44
0
8
0
0
0
36
37
Rock Mills
Saraland
48
1
22
1
25
2
14
1
106
24
45
18
179
27
81
20
81
6
0
4
120
0
0
0
10
24
42
0
0
0
* Sponsored New Church this Year
NYI Membership
VBS Enrollment
Average Weekly
Adult SDMI
Attendance
Average Weekly
Youth SDMI
Attendance
Caravan Enrollment
45
14
12
6
17
Total Adult SDMI
Responsibility List
Auburn Eagle Pointe
Bayview
Calvert
Childersburg
Columbiana
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
2013
20
Total Children’s SDMI
Responsibility List
DISCIPLESHIP
22
22a
23
23a
24
24a
26
27
28
29
29a
4
18
64
4
12
11
18
36
74
18
32
49
30
89
166
30
65
77
23
50
76
20
56
3
0
65
101
0
0
0
16
9
35
18
17
25
0
0
5
41
42
43
44
45
Spencer
Sylacauga First
Taylor's Chapel
Trinity
- Rolling Hills
17
10
1
7
0
7
8
1
5
0
4
4
0
18
0
3
1
0
10
0
28
60
23
42
0
21
38
10
29
0
49
74
24
67
0
31
47
11
44
0
31
47
11
33
0
0
0
0
11
0
30
30
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
2
1
0
11
0
40
1
0
15
0
10
0
0
17
0
46
47
48
49
50
Tuscaloosa Cross Pointe
Tuscaloosa First
Tuscaloosa Holten Heights
Tuscaloosa South
Valley First
11
21
39
4
2
9
12
16
0
2
6
15
25
5
0
6
3
12
2
0
59
88
141
30
15
43
53
64
23
15
76
124
205
39
17
58
68
92
25
17
32
68
92
18
15
23
0
0
0
15
0
55
72
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
9
23
51
4
0
78
169
92
3
0
0
45
11
2
0
51
Wallace Chapel
Alabama South Supplemental
2
2
0
0
32
13
34
0
15
0
11
8
4
0
0
15
7
Current Year Total
782
456
628
308
2,506
1,452
3,916
2,216
2,018
501
1,569
26
687
2,475
404
Last Year Total
822
493
645
363
2,444
1,444
3,911
2,300
1,982
621
1,700
11
698
2,618
62
8
5
Increase / (Decrease)
Organized
* Sponsored New Church this Year
(40)
(37)
Name Change
Inactive
Dadeville
to Lake Martin
Tuscaloosa Woodhaven
to Tuscaloosa Cross Pointe
Childersburg
(55)
Transfer
(84)
36
Merge
(120)
(131)
15
Disorganize
NMI Active
Membership
NYI Membership
VBS Enrollment
Average Weekly
Adult SDMI
Attendance
Average Weekly
Youth SDMI
Attendance
(17)
NMI Associate
Membership
8
21
17
Caravan Enrollment
8
35
28
Total Adult SDMI
Responsibility List
- Open Arms Ministry
Selma West Village
Shawmut First
Total Youth SDMI
Responsibility List
38
39
40
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
Total Children’s SDMI
Responsibility List
2013
20a
Total SDMI
Responsibility List
20
DISCIPLESHIP
(11)
(143)
603
(199)
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
2013
32
Total Given to
Global Mission
31
Other Global
Interests
30
Approved Mission
Specials
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
Auburn Eagle Pointe
79,495
3,435
652
0
4,087
1,326
6,727
0
6,727
1,123
50
1,173
Bayview
55,270
2,607
5,173
116
7,896
1,339
4,184
300
4,484
1,011
0
1,011
Calvert
55,125
2,461
8,039
0
10,500
1,173
2,857
1,166
4,023
1,196
0
1,196
Childersburg
20,047
2,150
375
0
2,525
376
1,134
469
1,603
402
0
402
Columbiana
148,824
7,876
3,580
2
11,458
3,183
19,123
0
19,123
3,132
210
3,342
- Community of Hope
6
7 Cottondale
8 Demopolis
9 Dothan First
10 - Dothan Ozark
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
25,448
1,618
2,348
0
3,966
499
1,336
553
1,889
473
0
473
16,997
0
450
0
450
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
464,485
21,310
11,786
0
33,096
9,778
36,166
3,528
39,694
9,977
200
10,177
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14,504
510
250
0
760
310
0
0
0
0
0
0
East Brewton
166,277
8,837
4,092
0
12,929
3,769
9,783
4,050
13,833
3,469
200
3,669
Excel Enoch Johnson Memorial
3,167
11
12
13
14
15
Dothan Northside
130,167
6,737
1,638
0
8,375
2,762
7,788
3,124
10,912
3,067
100
God's Glory Ministries
55,802
200
100
0
300
165
0
0
0
0
0
0
Heritage
35,102
0
0
0
0
531
1,497
619
2,116
530
0
530
16
17
18
19
20
Huguley
47,118
1,357
363
0
1,720
577
3,450
100
3,550
76
0
76
Jackson
11,371
0
50
0
50
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Lake Martin
40,192
0
0
0
0
291
260
0
260
0
0
0
Landmark
194,052
13,030
5,737
0
18,767
4,000
11,280
3,175
14,455
4,000
50
4,050
Lanett
217,870
11,903
9,642
0
21,545
4,522
12,808
5,303
18,111
4,542
400
4,942
21
22
23
24
25
Millbrook
193,995
10,393
6,825
0
17,218
4,074
11,489
4,756
16,245
4,074
100
4,174
30,650
1,682
1,030
0
2,712
631
1,684
0
1,684
628
75
703
181,317
7,708
1,953
0
9,661
907
2,557
2,391
4,948
907
0
907
Mobile Parkview
31,803
0
320
0
320
0
2,393
0
2,393
0
50
50
Mobile Riverside
54,101
2,972
2,325
0
5,297
1,130
3,185
1,319
4,504
1,129
0
1,129
26
27
28
29
30
Monroeville
38,479
1,055
565
0
1,620
476
1,342
1,508
2,850
476
0
476
Montgomery Capital City
96,328
5,883
1,488
0
7,371
2,055
5,654
2,341
7,995
2,005
25
2,030
Montgomery First
65,581
3,962
8,940
0
12,902
1,196
3,729
1,108
4,837
1,195
0
1,195
Moundville
59,911
2,896
1,274
0
4,170
385
0
0
0
0
0
0
New Providence
44,133
1,413
973
4,484
6,870
443
966
97
1,063
380
50
430
31
32
33
34
35
Newstart Community
58
Millry
Mobile First
244
0
0
4
4
16
124
0
124
58
0
Praise Park Ministries
117,083
5,896
1,067
0
6,963
342
1,993
0
1,993
52
0
52
Ridgeville
114,963
6,137
667
0
6,804
2,516
12,084
291
12,375
3,030
150
3,180
Roanoke
31,410
879
313
0
1,192
82
490
0
490
0
0
0
Robertsdale
52,448
780
564
0
1,344
892
5,504
60
5,564
0
0
0
* Sponsored New Church this Year
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
Church Name
33
Pension Fund
Total Church
Income
World Evangelism
Fund
PART 1
2013
32
Total Given to
Global Mission
31
Other Global
Interests
30
Approved Mission
Specials
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
36
37
38
39
40
Rock Mills
138,765
7,158
6,205
0
13,363
2,889
17,298
250
17,548
3,209
225
Saraland
17,497
84
256
97
437
9
50
200
250
0
0
0
11,495
0
0
0
0
262
639
0
639
262
0
262
41
42
43
44
45
Spencer
46
47
48
49
50
Tuscaloosa Cross Pointe
Tuscaloosa First
Tuscaloosa Holten Heights
- Open Arms Ministry
Selma West Village
Shawmut First
3,434
52,850
2,715
1,086
0
3,801
1,172
2,774
25
2,799
1,111
0
1,111
128,566
7,408
4,184
0
11,592
2,761
7,646
3,166
10,812
2,711
50
2,761
59,584
3,003
3,073
0
6,076
1,229
7,353
1,210
8,563
1,363
100
1,463
Sylacauga First
154,353
7,928
4,644
500
13,072
3,224
9,090
0
9,090
3,223
174
3,397
Taylor's Chapel
26,275
1,570
740
0
2,310
549
1,540
180
1,720
607
0
607
Trinity
60,902
1,937
1,846
0
3,783
196
1,172
0
1,172
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
112,097
500
1,820
0
2,320
574
0
0
0
0
0
0
259,842
15,104
4,160
5,982
25,246
6,202
15,799
6,556
22,355
6,222
0
6,222
205,558
12,020
16,080
1,084
29,184
4,691
16,712
500
17,212
4,193
300
4,493
14,540
764
139
0
903
308
0
0
0
0
0
0
Valley First
3,400
0
0
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
51 Wallace Chapel
33,985
2,112
1,559
0
3,671
702
1,978
819
2,797
701
0
701
12,269
12,269
253,638
49,164
302,802
70,534
2,509
73,043
- Rolling Hills
Tuscaloosa South
4,170,301
Alabama South Supplemental
Organized
* Sponsored New Church this Year
Current Year Total
8,340,602
197,990
128,371
24,538
350,899
74,523
507,276
98,328
605,604
141,068
5,018
146,086
Last Year Total
4,297,928
208,431
150,386
1,268
360,085
67,785
241,572
49,658
291,230
79,202
3,038
82,240
Increase / (Decrease)
4,042,674
6,738
265,704
48,670
314,374
61,866
1,980
63,846
(10,441)
Name Change
Inactive
Dadeville
to Lake Martin
Tuscaloosa Woodhaven
to Tuscaloosa Cross Pointe
Childersburg
(22,015)
23,270
Transfer
(9,186)
Merge
Disorganize
Drop
1
2
3
4
5
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
2013
42
Buildings, Properties
and Capital
Improvements
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
0
0
0
0
100
34,690
34,790
48,103
13,000
0
Yes
Bayview
3,094
0
22,450
0
200
228
25,972
40,702
550,000
0
No
Calvert
2,600
0
4,250
650
0
0
7,500
24,392
707,225
0
No
0
0
0
0
220
0
220
5,126
180,000
0
Yes
5,440
7,200
34,275
26,316
2,661
51,124
127,016
164,122
710,000
0
Yes
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
0
0
0
15,576
1,191
8,751
25,518
32,345
700,000
0
No
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
450
0
0
No
266,834
62,232
55,614
47,930
2,559
154,813
589,982
682,727
2,000,000
84,977
Yes
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
0
0
5,200
0
0
0
5,200
6,270
468,000
0
No
5,000
0
33,130
9,653
2,005
20,469
70,257
104,457
550,000
0
Yes
Auburn Eagle Pointe
Childersburg
Columbiana
- Community of Hope
6
7 Cottondale
8 Demopolis
9 Dothan First
10 - Dothan Ozark
11
12
13
14
15
Dothan Northside
East Brewton
0
0
25,937
36,131
1,736
36,844
100,648
125,864
650,000
0
Yes
13,412
4,400
600
22,525
3,500
11,500
55,937
56,402
385,000
8,383
No
Heritage
0
4,766
16,014
920
481
8,252
30,433
33,610
200,000
27,272
No
16
17
18
19
20
Huguley
3,146
0
13,650
0
790
12,989
30,575
36,498
650,000
0
No
Jackson
2,400
2,462
3,100
0
0
6,871
14,833
14,883
155,000
0
No
0
11,900
0
0
0
0
11,900
12,451
9,600
127,522
No
7,182
0
33,561
49,140
0
4,670
94,553
135,825
1,500,000
0
Yes
12,546
18,029
26,556
28,359
3,395
67,242
156,127
205,247
2,659,969
101,651
Yes
21
22
23
24
25
Millbrook
5,600
20,969
24,500
20,882
1,200
41,741
114,892
156,603
1,775,000
209,928
Yes
523
0
12,250
2,640
0
0
15,413
21,143
200,000
0
Yes
No
26
27
28
29
30
Monroeville
31
32
33
34
35
Newstart Community
Excel Enoch Johnson Memorial
God's Glory Ministries
Lake Martin
Landmark
Lanett
Millry
50
0
27,170
42,830
121
160,910
231,081
247,504
2,800,000
0
Mobile Parkview
500
0
0
37,536
1,000
12,587
51,623
54,386
300,000
0
No
Mobile Riverside
2,971
0
0
23,875
148
6,892
33,886
45,946
200,000
0
Yes
Mobile First
Montgomery Capital City
Montgomery First
Moundville
New Providence
Praise Park Ministries
Ridgeville
Roanoke
Robertsdale
* Sponsored New Church this Year
0
0
27,402
0
200
0
27,602
33,024
850,000
0
No
2,900
0
19,786
23,212
861
3,337
50,096
69,547
1,200,000
0
Yes
Yes
2,571
0
0
29,825
0
13,162
45,558
65,688
750,000
0
19,162
0
21,550
8,396
0
0
49,108
53,663
585,000
122,000
No
0
0
17,888
2,781
500
10,284
31,453
40,259
350,000
0
No
No
0
0
0
0
200
150
350
552
0
0
5,426
14,547
13,950
44,443
0
27,751
106,117
115,467
2,230,000
200,000
No
0
30,000
30,300
3,990
1,320
36,506
102,116
126,991
500,000
264,508
Yes
980
0
11,265
0
320
3,889
16,454
18,218
235,000
0
No
5,895
0
20,745
0
0
0
26,640
34,440
362,400
0
No
49
50
51
Allocations Paid in
Full?
48
Indebtedness on
Those Properties
All Other Church
Ministries
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
2013
42
Pastor, Associate,
and Support Staff
Salaries
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
0
30,755
6,400
22,000
1,211
250
60,616
97,850
850,000
0
755
0
4,058
2,635
100
10,781
18,329
19,025
600,000
0
No
12,000
0
2,100
0
2,500
0
16,600
17,763
0
0
Yes
1,000
300
26,493
7,241
250
8,980
44,264
53,147
275,000
9,200
Yes
0
0
30,979
11,545
1,955
54,172
98,651
126,577
680,000
0
Yes
Spencer
6,575
0
19,572
0
10,179
10,696
47,022
64,353
313,187
0
Yes
Sylacauga First
6,000
0
25,007
3,343
50
18,880
53,280
82,063
1,000,000
0
No
Taylor's Chapel
0
0
6,500
7,650
600
10,633
25,383
30,569
165,000
0
Yes
Trinity
0
30,871
24,164
0
216
20,615
75,866
81,017
1,400,000
360,000
No
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
36
37
38
39
40
Rock Mills
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
Tuscaloosa Cross Pointe
Saraland
- Open Arms Ministry
Selma West Village
Shawmut First
- Rolling Hills
Yes
0
32,686
66,000
5,600
2,916
6,622
113,824
116,718
1,600,000
154,000
No
Tuscaloosa First
13,899
21,058
62,278
15,470
3,284
30,270
146,259
206,284
1,555,000
251,708
Yes
Tuscaloosa Holten Heights
16,210
0
35,829
52,324
486
42,266
147,115
202,695
1,300,000
0
Yes
Tuscaloosa South
0
0
10,400
0
0
0
10,400
11,611
0
0
No
Valley First
0
0
2,800
0
0
0
2,800
2,809
200,000
0
No
981
0
10,400
0
1,851
9,596
22,828
30,699
210,000
0
Yes
425,652
292,175
834,123
605,418
50,306
959,413
3,167,087
3,555,201
34,573,381
1,921,149
Current Year Total
851,304
584,350
1,668,246
1,210,836
100,612
1,918,826
6,334,174
7,511,286
69,146,762
3,842,298
Last Year Total
158,087
344,960
843,825
749,599
81,307
1,082,107
3,259,885
4,061,225
32,507,780
2,058,358
Increase / (Decrease)
693,217
239,390
824,421
461,237
19,305
836,719
3,074,289
3,450,061
36,638,982
1,783,940
51 Wallace Chapel
Alabama South Supplemental
Organized
* Sponsored New Church this Year
Name Change
Inactive
Dadeville
to Lake Martin
Tuscaloosa Woodhaven
to Tuscaloosa Cross Pointe
Childersburg
Transfer
Merge
Disorganize
Drop