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mid-atlantic district - Church of the Nazarene
MID-ATLANTIC
DISTRICT
2014
FIFTY–SEVENTH AND ONE HUNDRED–SEVENTH
ANNUAL ASSEMBLY JOURNAL
SESSION HELD AT
ELLICOTT CITY, MARYLAND
MARCH 30-31, 2014
Our Shared Mission
To advance the ministry of Jesus Christ.
Our Shared Vision
Compelled by God we seek to be ARE a movement of people
who passionately live the story of Jesus Christ
Our Core Values
Spiritual Formation
Leadership Development
Congregational Vitality
Missional Expansion
Stewardship Advancement
Our Principles for Ministry
Re-thinking Mental Models to develop versatile and adaptable
congregations
Reproducing and Multiplying disciples, pastors and leaders
Partnering and Collaborating with churches and groups outside the local
congregation to experience the movement of God
Moving with God now
Fifty-Seventh & One Hundred-Seventh
Annual Assembly Journal
of the
Mid-Atlantic District
Church of the Nazarene
Session held at
Ellicott City, Maryland
March 30-31, 2014
Dr. J. K. Warrick
General Superintendent
Dr. Kenneth L. Mills
District Superintendent
2014 ORDINATION CLASS
(Front Row - Left to right): Dr. Kenneth L. Mills, District Superintendent; Rev. Kevin E. Davis;
Mrs. Janice Davis; Mr. Daniel Kessler; Rev. Nicole M. Kessler; Rev. Joakim Kamugisha; Mrs.
Serah Kamugisha; Rev. Laura C. Presta; Rev. Jorge O. Presta
(Back Row – Left to right) Rev. Terry S. Sowden, District Secretary; Dr. J. K. Warrick, General
Superintendent; Rev. Daniel H. Kemper; Mrs. Michelle Kemper; Mrs. Rosette Dorleans; Rev.
Gerold Dorleans; Rev. Kristen A. Beckert; Rev. David W. Earp, Mrs. Cindy Earp; Rev. A.
Ajay Vyas; Mrs. Julie Vyas. (Ordinands in BOLD)
(Photo by Kenneth R. Balch)
Contents
I. Official Directory .....................................................................................................................6
A. Officers of the Assembly and District .................................................................................6
B. District Boards and Standing Committees ...........................................................................7
C. District Auxiliaries ...............................................................................................................9
D. District Mission Areas……………………………………………………………………12
E. District Church Directory ..................................................................................................13
F. Ordained Elders .................................................................................................................54
G. Ordained Deacons ..............................................................................................................65
H. Licensed Ministers .............................................................................................................65
I. District Lay Ministers ........................................................................................................67
J. Retired Ministers ................................................................................................................68
K. Retired Lay Missionaries ...................................................................................................69
II. General Information ..............................................................................................................69
III. Plan of Examination ..............................................................................................................71
IV. Daily Proceedings ...................................................................................................................74
V. Reports ....................................................................................................................................80
A. District Officers .................................................................................................................80
1. District Superintendent ................................................................................................80
2. District SDMI Chairman ..............................................................................................88
3. District NMI President .................................................................................................89
4. District NYI President..................................................................................................95
5. District Missional Ministries Specialist .......................................................................99
B. District Boards and Standing Committees .......................................................................101
1. District Advisory Board .............................................................................................101
2. Board of Ministry.......................................................................................................103
3. Ministerial Studies Board/WBI..................................................................................104
4. Family Camp Program ...............................................................................................106
C. Assembly Committees .....................................................................................................107
1. Assembly Finance ......................................................................................................107
2. Memoirs .....................................................................................................................125
3. Nominations ...............................................................................................................127
VI. Minutes of the Conventions ................................................................................................129
A. NMI Convention ..............................................................................................................129
B. NYI Convention ...............................................................................................................135
VII.Financial and Statistical .....................................................................................................137
A. District Treasurer .............................................................................................................137
B. Other District Treasurers..................................................................................................144
C. Supplemental Statistical Chart .........................................................................................150
I. Official Directory
A. OFFICERS OF THE ASSEMBLY AND DISTRICT
General Superintendent Having Jurisdiction – Dr. J. K. Warrick, 17001 Prairie Star Parkway,
Lenexa, KS 66220
(913-577-0500)
Mid-Atlantic District Missional Resource Center, 108 Central Ave., Glen Burnie, MD 21061
(Web: www.manaz.org; E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 443-557-0455; 443-557-0450)
District Superintendent – Dr. Kenneth L. Mills, 9600 Swallow Point Way, Montgomery Village,
MD 20886
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 443-557-0455;
office: 443-557-0450; cell: 301-325-1902; home: 301-947-8898)
Assistant DS/District Secretary – Terry S. Sowden, 532 Elizabeth Ln., Glen Burnie, MD 21061
E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 443-557-0455;
office: 443-557-0450; cell: 443-562-6473; home: 410-553-0551)
Missional Leadership Specialist – Kenneth R. Balch, 1439 Nestlewood Ct., Crofton, MD
21114
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 443-557-0455;
office 443-557-0450; cell: 410-294-0512; home: 410-451-9462)
District Treasurer – Beth T. Wells, 7913 Heather Mist Dr., Severn, MD 21144
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 443-557-0455;
office: 443-557-0450; cell: 315-723-5646; home: 410-846-5389)
District SDMI Chairman – Paul D. MacPherson, 41745 Eldon Ct., Leonardtown, MD 20650
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 240-561-5925; office: 301-475-2538;
home: 301-690-2871)
District NMI President – Sharon E. Kessler, 17315 Whitaker Ct., St. Inigoes, MD 20684
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 301-481-1313; home: 301-872-4090)
District NYI President – Joshua A. Kleinfeld, 307 W. Cottage Pl., York, PA 17401
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 717-764-4153;
office: 717-764-4888; cell: 717-577-6446)
Haitian Ministries Consultant (Eastern Shore) – Roland Edouard; 25382 Waterview Dr., Seaford,
DE 19973
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax; 302-629-2997;
cell: 302-249-0371; home: 302-629-6768)
Haitian Ministries Consultant (Western Shore) – J. Enock Guerrier, 9656 Guilford Rd.,
Columbia, MD 21046
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 301-498-1323)
Latino Ministries Consultant – Philip J. Heap, 4500 Muncaster Mill Rd., Rockville, MD 20853
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 301-570-9329;
office: 301-924-4601; home: 301-570-8463)
Eastern Nazarene College – 23 East Elm Avenue, Quincy, MA 02170
(617-745-3000; 1-800-88-ENC-88)
Williamson Bible Institute – 108 Central Ave., Glen Burnie, MD 21061
(E-mail: [email protected]; office: 443-557-0450; cell: 443-562-6473)
B. DISTRICT BOARDS AND STANDING COMMITTEES
Advisory Board
(terms expire as indicated)
Kenneth L. Mills (district superintendent), ex officio, 9600 Swallow Point Way, Montgomery
Village, MD 20886
(E-mail: [email protected];
office: 443-557-0450; cell: 301-325-1902)
Elders
John W. Nielson (secretary) (2015), 7108 Antock Pl., Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
(310-599-6703)
R. Wayne Lynch (vice-chair) (2016), 3036 Bitternut Blvd., York, PA 17404
(717-764-6082)
Ralph A. Fraser (2017), 204 S. Wilson St., Laurel, DE 19956
(302-236-1488)
Steven L. Johnson (2018), 141 N. Edgewood Rd., Hagerstown, MD 21740
(301-797-4524)
David J. Sparks (2018), 331 Mystic Ln., Magnolia, DE 19962
(302-632-0029)
Laypersons
Karen B. Gray (2015), 932 8th St., Pasadena, MD 21122
Julie M. Taylor (2016), 901 Alabama Ave., SE, Washington, DC 20032
Nancy R. Spicer (2017), 130 E. Butter Rd., York, PA 17404
E. Jay Lewis (2018), 6680 Manadier Rd., Easton, MD 21601
Nancy M. Myers (2018), 417 Cocklin St., Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
(443-995-2116)
(240-676-9823)
(717-266-6484)
(410-822-8940)
(717-766-2063)
Advisory Board Sub-Committees
(appointments expire in 2015)
Finance Committee
Beth T. Wells, District Treasurer; Richard A. Wilson (chair); Nancy M. Myers, DAB; Nancy R.
Spicer, DAB; E. Jay Lewis, DAB; David J. Sparks, DAB
Properties and Credentials Committee
Terry S. Sowden, District Secretary & Assistant District Superintendent; John W. Nielson, DAB;
R. Wayne Lynch, DAB; Julie M. Taylor, DAB; Stephen R. Grosvenor; Ronald G. Parker;
Richard A. Moore
Missional Strategy and Church Planting
Kenneth R. Balch, Missional Leadership Specialist; Karen B. Gray, DAB; Ralph A. Fraser,
DAB; Steven L. Johnson, DAB; Philip J. Heap, Rob P. Kazee; Frank E. Short; A. Ajay Vyas
Pastoral Enrichment Committee
Rob P. Kazee (co-chair), 4401 16th St. NW, Washington, DC 20011
Arthur T. Roxby (co-chair), III, 11 NW Salevan Pl., Milford, DE 19963
(202-723-3252)
(302-422-7489)
Mission Partnering Fund Committee
Benjamin L. Spitler (chair), 22101 Goshen School Rd., Gaithersburg, MD 20882 (301-947-9054)
Members: Richard A. Wilson; Benjamin L. Spitler; Nancy R. Spicer; Alex Clayborne; Amy
Varner; John Vander Haeghen; David J. Sparks, DAB
Ministerial Resource Fund Committee
Gary W. Barkley (chair), 510 Oldtown Rd, Cumberland, MD 21502
(301-777-1076)
Members: Jonathan M. Bourne, Steven L. Johnson, R. Wayne Lynch, Kelly C. Spitler, Nancy M.
Myers, Beth T. Wells
Court of Appeals
(terms expire in 2017)
Kenneth L. Mills (district superintendent), ex officio, 9600 Swallow Point Way, Montgomery
Village, MD 20886
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 443-557-0455;
office: 443-557-0450; cell: 301-325-1902; home: 301-947-8898)
Ordained Ministers
Steven L. Johnson, 230 Stanford Rd., Hagerstown, MD 21742
(301-992-1971)
Bayse H. Reedy, 1500 Angel Dr., York, PA 17404
(717-577-3074)
Laypersons
E. Jay Lewis, 6680 Manadier Rd., Easton, MD 21601
(410-822-8940)
Nancy M. Myers, 417 Cocklin St., Mechanicsburg, PA17055
(717-766-2063)
Board of Ministry
(terms expire as indicated)
Kenneth L. Mills (district superintendent), ex officio, 108 Central Ave., Glen Burnie, MD 21061
(E-mail: [email protected]; office: 443-557-0450; cell: 301-325-1902)
Terry S. Sowden (district secretary), ex officio, 108 Central Ave., Glen Burnie, MD 21061
(E-mail: [email protected]; office: 443-557-0450; cell: 443-562-6473)
Cheryl M. Evans (2015), 1818 N. Little Creek Rd., Dover, DE 19901
(302-730-4780)
Claude C. Joyner (2015), 4102 Buck Creek Rd., Temple Hills, MD 20748
(301-894-7947)
Jonathan A. Mills (secretary) (2015), 113 Wilkerdean Dr. E., Newark, DE 19711 (302-286-0119)
R. Wayne Lynch (2016), 3036 Bitternut Blvd. York, PA 17404
(717-764-6082)
John W. Nielson (2016), 7108 Antock Pl., Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
(310-599-6703)
Arthur T. Roxby III (2016), 11 NW Salevan Pl., Milford, DE 19963
(302-393-3967)
Paul D. Buchanan (2016), 5900 Whaleboat Dr., #104, Clarksville, MD 21029
(240-529-2049)
Gary W. Barkley (2017), 510 Oldtown Rd, Cumberland, MD 21502
(301-777-1076)
Philip J. Heap (2017), 4500 Muncaster Mill Rd., Rockville, MD 20853
(301-924-4601)
Kelly C. Spitler (2017), 8921 Warfield Rd., Gaithersburg, MD 20882
(301-330-0366)
th
Stephen R. Grosvenor (chair) (2018), 617 16 St., New Cumberland, PA 17070 (717-774-0396)
Robert P. Merki (2018), 7899 Oppossumtown Pk., Frederick, MD 21702
(301-663-6271)
Richard A. Wilson (2018), 2626 Tome Hwy., Colora, MD 21917
(410-857-1477)
Appointed Ex Officio Voting Members
Lionel A. Campoz (2015), 8335 Woodward St., Savage, MD 20763
(240-344-5174)
Sadrack Nelson (2015), 230 Stanford Rd., Hagerstown, MD 21742
(615-200-2141)
Ministerial Studies Board/Williamson Bible Institute
(terms expire in 2015)
Chairman/Director/Registrar – Terry S. Sowden, 108 Central Ave., Glen Burnie, MD 21061
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 443-557-0455; office: 443-557-0450;
cell: 443-562-6473; home: 410-553-0551)
Academic Dean – Arthur T. Roxby, III, 11 N W Salevan Pl., Milford, DE 19963
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-393-3967)
Secretary – Gary W. Barkley, 510 Oldtown Rd., Cumberland, MD 21502
(E-mail: [email protected] office: 301-777-1480; cell: 301-697-4357)
Treasurer – Karen B. Gray, 932 8th St., Pasadena, MD 21122
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 443-995-2116)
RCOAC Rep. – John W. Nielson, 6906 Woodyard Rd., Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 301-599-6730; office: 301-599-6700;
cell: 301-318-8962)
Latino Rep. – Philip J. Heap, 16822 Centerfield Way, Olney, MD 20832
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-570-8463)
Haitian Rep. – J. Willeme Thomas, 210 Hickory Ln., Seaford, DE 19973
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-629-7149)
Trustees to Eastern Nazarene College
(terms expire as indicated)
Ministers
Kenneth L. Mills (district superintendent), ex officio, 108 Central Ave., Glen Burnie, MD 21061
(443-557-0450)
Jonathan W. Batchelder (2015), 1606 Scott Rd., Pylesville, MD 21132
(410-452-5330)
Alumni Representative – Russell J. Long, 914 E. Broadway, Bel Air, MD 21014 (410-879-4868)
Laypersons
Tony Steelman (2017), 2000 Glenville Rd., Darlington, MD 21034
E. Jay Lewis (2018), 6680 Manadier Rd., Easton, MD 21601
(410-734-4454)
(410-822-8940)
Camp Program Committee
(terms expire in 2015)
Ex Officio Members
Kenneth L. Mills (district superintendent), Terry S. Sowden (assistant district superintendent),
Kenneth R. Balch (district missional director), Beth T. Wells (district treasurer)
Elected Members
Chairman – Jonathan W. Batchelder, 1606 Scott Rd., Pylesville, MD 21132
(410-452-5330)
NMI Rep. – Sharon E. Kessler, 17315 Whitaker Ct., St. Inigoes, MD 20684
(301-872-4090)
NYI Rep. – Matthew D. Moser, 1624 Lynch Road, Baltimore, MD 21222
(410-282-2084)
Henry H. Sweeney III, 7815 Locris Dr., Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 (301-814-4593)
Children’s Rep. – Amber M. Sweeney, 7815 Locris Dr., Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
(301-814-4592)
Latino Ministries – Edgar & Maria Enciso, 215 Harpers Way, Frederick, MD 21702
(240-315-5494)
Prayer Director – Roy A. Flowers, 24037 Sugar Cane Ln., Gaithersburg, MD 20882
(301-391-6820)
Security Director – Arthur T. Roxby, III, 11 N W Salevan Pl., Milford, DE 19963
(302-422-7489)
Recreation Director – G. Robert Wells, Jr., 7913 Heather Mist Dr., Severn, MD 21144
(410-846-5389)
C. DISTRICT AUXILIARIES
Sunday School Ministries Board
(terms expire as indicated)
Chairman – Paul D. MacPherson (2015), 41745 Eldon Ct., Leonardtown, MD 20650
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 240-561-5925; office: 301-475-2538;
home: 301-690-2871)
Secretary – Amber M. Sweeney (2016), 7815 Locris Dr., Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 301-599-6730; office: 301-599-6700;
cell: 301-814-4592)
Treasurer – Bill Goff, PO Box 123, Greenwood, DE 19950
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-349-4321)
Elected Members
Ministers
Lionel A. Campoz (2015), 8335 Woodward St., Savage, MD 20763
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-344-5174)
Amber M. Sweeney (2016), 7815 Locris Dr., Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 301-599-6730; office: 301-599-6700;
cell: 301-814-4592)
Paul D. Merritt (2017), 10662 Greensboro Rd., Denton, MD 21629
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 304-730-1263; office: 410-479-2197)
Laypersons
Amy Varner (2015), 2123 Lindsay Lot Rd., Shippensburg, PA 17257
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-532-3426)
Barbara Clarke, (2016), 106 Dales Way Dr., Pasadena, MD 21122
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-647-5663)
Judy Haskell (2017), 24708 Sotterley Rd., Hollywood, MD 20636
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 301-373-9717; 301-373-2506)
District Directors
Children's Ministries – Robin E. Cutis, 743 Rosewood Rd., Severn, MD 21144
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-302-8567)
NYI President – Joshua A. Kleinfeld, 307 W. Cottage Pl., York, PA 17401
(E-mail: [email protected]; office: 717-764-4888; cell: 717-577-6446)
NMI President – Sharon E. Kessler, 17315 Whitaker Ct., St. Inigoes, MD 20684
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-872-4090)
Children’s Ministry Council
Children's Director – Robin E. Curtis, 743 Rosewood Rd., Severn, MD 21144
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-302-8567)
Children’s Camp – Judith L. Carney, 194 Rose Hill Dr., New Cumberland, PA 17070
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-774-6444)
Preteen Camp – DeVona L. Cordell, 2899 Anthony Hwy., Chambersburg, PA 17201
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 717-816-8490; 717-334-3209)
Children’s Family Camp – Amber M. Sweeney, 7815 Locris Dr., Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-868-2959)
Children’s Quizzing – Angelina Jones, PO Box 101, Jarrettsville, MD 21084-0101
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 410-658-9469; cell: 410-652-8845;
home: 410-692-9430)
Caravan – TBD
TEAM Day/Leadership Advance – Lexa S. Herbert, 6411 S. Clifton Rd., Frederick, MD 21703
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 301-371-7867)
Missions – Kacy C. Leach, 3165 Sonia Trail, Ellicott City, MD 21043
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-627-9490)
At-Large Members:
Dianna M. Sheeley, 55 Catalina Dr., Mount Wolf, PA 17347
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 717-767-2962; office: 717-764-4888;
home: 717-266-5764)
Stephen P. Hause, 301 Coulbourn Mill Rd., Salisbury, MD 21804
(E-mail: [email protected]; 913-526-0435)
Richard A. Moore, 65 Pear Tree Ln., Colora, MD 21917
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-907-4462)
Adult Ministry Council
Women’s Min. Dir. – DeVona L. Cordell, 2899 Anthony Hwy., Chambersburg, PA 17201
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 717-816-8490; 717-334-3209)
Single Adult Min. Dir. – Charla C. Walls, 512 Lake Vista Cir., Apt. K, Cockeysville, MD 21030
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-850-2322)
Lay Retreat Chair. – Bruce & Christy Cale, 1480 Peach Tree Run, Magnolia, DE 19962
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-670-7449)
CLT James R. Moyers, 377 Nottingham Rd., Elkton, MD 21921
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-658-4970)
NMI Council
(terms expire as indicated)
President – Sharon E. Kessler (E-2016), 17315 Whitaker Ct., St. Inigoes, MD 20684
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-872-4090)
Vice President/Mission Call Coordinator – Christy R. Dickt (E-2015), 3264 Captain Dement Dr.
Waldorf, MD 20603
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-632-6497)
Secretary/Discipling – Rachel Hubbard (E-2017), 4690 Cedar Pl., Preston, MD 21655
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-673-2550)
Treasurer – E. Jay Lewis (E-2016), 6680 Manadier Rd., Easton, MD 21601
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-822-8940)
John E. Borgal (E-2015) (NCM), PO Box 117, Fawn Grove, PA 17321
(E-mail: [email protected]; office: 410-452-8699; cell: 614-572-3496)
Wanda Eaton (E-2015) (Work & Witness Coord.), 2845 Rocky Spring Rd., Chambersburg, PA
17201
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-264-5511)
Verne A. Haskell (E-2015) (Pastors Liaison), 24708 Sotterley Rd., Hollywood, MD 20636
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-373-2506)
Hector Segundo (A-2015) (Latino Liaison), 5937 White Rock Rd., Sykesville, MD 21784
(E-mail: [email protected]; home: 410-795-0315; cell: 410-984-7227
Clara Swengosh (A-2015) (Deputation/Prayer), 14422 Peddicord Rd., Mount Airy, MD 21771
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-703-8468)
Joyce Willey (A-2015) (LINKS), 5279 Joy Row Ln., Salisbury, MD 21801
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-749-2008)
Tommy Deneau (A-2015) (General Assignment), 1172 Ingram Branch Rd., Harrington, DE
19952
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-242-1018)
Ashlie Deneau (A-2015) (General Assignment), 1172 Ingram Branch Rd., Harrington, DE 19952
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-242-1018)
Rachel Larimore (A-2015) (General Assignment), 2504 High Stump Rd., Harrington, DE 19952
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 302-632-7263)
Fawn Grove Compassion Center, Inc. (Warehouse – John E. Borgal), 5300 Fawn Grove Rd,
Pylesville, MD 21132
(410-452-8699)
NYI Council
President – Joshua A. Kleinfeld, 400 Stillmeadow Ln., York, PA 17404
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 717-577-6446; office: 717-764-4888)
Vice President – Brian C. Schafer, 8921 Warfield Rd., Gaithersburg, MD 20882
(E-mail: [email protected]; office: 301-330-0366)
Secretary – Henry H. Sweeney III (2015), 7815 Locris Dr., Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-638-2344)
Treasurer – Melissa K. Moser (2015), 1624 Lynch Rd., Baltimore, MD 21222-3331
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 443-867-2747; home: 410-282-2084)
Age Group Representatives: 7th – 9th Grades – Terms to Expire 2015
Josh Clugston, 17100 Flatwood Dr., Rockville, MD 20855
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-502-4729)
Ally Mankamyer, 471 Beech Tree St., Shippensburg, PA 17257
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-860-2360)
Age Group Representatives: 10th – 12th Grades – Terms to expire 2015
Ally Dickt, 3264 Captain Dement Dr., Waldorf, MD 20603
(E-mail: [email protected]; 912-816-6726))
Kelly Mohnkern, 7603 Shavers Creek Rd., Petersburg, PA 16669
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-669-1575)
Ministry Team Leaders
Family Camp – Matthew D. Moser, 1624 Lynch Rd., Baltimore, MD 21222-3331
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-282-2084; cell: 410-409-7097)
Festival of Life – Andrea M. Sawtelle, 141 N. Edgewood Dr., Hagerstown, MD 21740
(E-mail: [email protected]; office: 301-797-4524; 301-393-3627)
TEAM Day – Matthew D. Moser, 1624 Lynch Rd., Baltimore, MD 21222-3331
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-282-2084; cell: 410-409-7097)
Quizzing – James Moots, 2242 Ady Rd., Forest Hill, MD 21050
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-804-5129)
Teen Camp – Brian C. Schafer, 8921 Warfield Rd., Gaithersburg, MD 20882
(E-mail: [email protected]; office: 301-330-0366)
Youth Equipped to Serve (YES) – Derek D. Parson, 9636 Forest Ridge Rd., Shippensburg, PA
17257
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 330-340-6678)
QUEST – P. Wade Thompson, PO Box 801, Hollywood, MD 20636
(E-mail: [email protected]; 816-582-8099)
NYC2015 – JR LaPearl, 34778 Legacy Ln., Salisbury, MD 21850
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 302-236-9610)
D. MISSION AREAS
Central Pennsylvania – Bedford, Burnham Freedom Way, McConnellstown, Mount Tabor,
Orbisonia, Petersburg, Pleasant Ridge, Ryot, State College Bethel
Delmarva North – Chestertown, Denton, Dover Haitian, Dover The Cross, Easton Latino,
Easton Real Life Chapel, Lewes Living Hope (Church Plant), Milford, Milford Haitian,
Milford Latino, Middletown Oasis Community (Church Plant), Middletown Village
(Church Plant), Sandtown, Smyrna Faith
Delmarva South – Berlin The River, Cambridge, Delmar Haitian, Federalsburg Haitian,
Georgetown Haitian (Church Plant), Hurlock United (Church Plant), Laurel, Salisbury
Cross Pointe, Salisbury Deaf Church (Church Plant), Seaford
Metro Baltimore – Baltimore Brooklyn, Baltimore Dundalk, Baltimore Latino, Baltimore
Lighthouse Community, Baltimore Parkville, Columbia Alive Community, Ellicott
City Crossroads, Ellicott City Primera Iglesia, Glen Burnie, Glen Burnie Corridor
(Church Plant), Halethorpe Connections, Jessup New Generation, Owings Mills Latin
American First, Severn Grace Pointe Community
Metro D.C. – Annapolis, Annapolis Latino, College Park, College Park African, (inactive),
College Park Fountain of Grace , College Park Healing Temple, College Park
Resurrection Power of Christ, Hyattsville Primitive Haitian (Church Plant), Laurel
Fellowship (Church Plant), Rockville, Rockville First Spanish, Rockville Latino, Silver
Spring Living Water International (Church Plant), Washington Community of Hope,
Washington Grace, Washington Mosaic, Washington The Table
Mid-Maryland – Damascus (Church Plant), Frederick First, Frederick West Latino (Church Plant),
Gaithersburg, Gaithersburg Latino, Hagerstown, Hagerstown Haitian, Hagerstown Hope
Bridge, Hagerstown Latino, Martinsburg, Mount Airy New Beginning, South Carroll,
Westminster, Westminster First Latin American
North Eastern – Bel Air, Delta, Elkton, Fawn Grove, Havre de Grace The Great Commission,
Newark, North East, Rising Sun, Wilmington Haitian
Southern Maryland – Hollywood, Indian Head, Leonardtown, Melwood, Melwood Latino
(Church Plant), Saint Charles LifeStream
Susquehanna – Carlisle, Chambersburg Latino (Church Plant), Chambersburg Mosaic, Dover
Mountain Grove Chapel, Gettysburg Harvest Field Community, Hanover Trinity,
New
Cumberland, New Freedom Trail, Shippensburg, Shippensburg The Harbor (Church Plant),
York Stillmeadow
Western Maryland– Berkeley Springs, Cumberland Bethel, Cumberland First, Frostburg,
Hancock Grace, Oakland
E. DISTRICT CHURCH DIRECTORY
Annapolis (Organized 1936) (071-0030)
Location – 1309 Bay Ridge Ave., Annapolis, MD 21403
(E-mail: [email protected]: 410-263-2183)
Pastor – (11/89) John R. DiCamillo (Jennifer), 821 Springdale Ave., Annapolis, MD 21403
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-263-5469)
Review Date – Appointment
Church Board Sec. – Myrlon Pressly, 2401 Chelmsford Dr., Crofton, MD 21114 (410-353-7901)
Church Treas. – Myrlon Pressly, 2401 Chelmsford Dr., Crofton, MD 21114
(410-353-7901)
Annapolis Latino (Organized 2003) (071-0033)
Location – (Mail: 518 Saltoun Ave., Odenton, MD 21113) 1309 Bay Ridge Rd., Annapolis, MD
21403
(410-279-7691)
Pastor – (02/03) Jorge O. Presta (Laura), 518 Saltoun Ave., Odenton, MD 21113
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-279-7691)
Review Date – 02/17
Assoc. Pastor – Juan J. Mendez, 1702 Gunwood Pl., Crofton, MD 21114
(443-694-1560)
Music Dir. – Christian Lopez, 518 Saltoun Ave., Odenton, MD 21113
(301-525-1951)
NMI Pres. – Milagros Presta, 518 Saltoun Ave., Odenton, MD 21113
(301-741-2036)
Church Board Sec. – Milagros Presta, 518 Saltoun Ave., Odenton, MD 21113
(301-741-2036)
Church Treas. – Lollie Presta, 518 Saltoun Ave., Odenton, MD 21113
(443-758-7175)
Baltimore Brooklyn (Organized 1935) (071-0160)
Location – 120 Audrey Ave., Baltimore, MD 21225
(410-789-4523)
Pastor – (11/01) V. Raul Pulido (Maria), 5 Teakwood Ct., Baltimore, MD 21234
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 410-925-3380; 410-663-0915)
Review Date – 02/15
Music Dir. – Marcelo Rojas, 804 Rambo Ct., Baltimore, MD 21227
(410-206-6746)
SDMI Supt. – Leonel Carrillo, 1 W. Juliana Cir., Annapolis, MD 21401
Women’s Min. Dir. – Virginia Florez, 1 W. Juliana Cir., Annapolis, MD 21401
Church Treas. – Ana Lavarreda, 804 Rambo Ct., Baltimore, MD 21227
(410-940-9968)
Baltimore Dundalk (Organized 1959) (071-0040)
Location – 1626 Lynch Rd., Baltimore, MD 21222-3331
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 443-216-4897; 410-288-5136)
Pastor – (04/07) Matthew D. Moser (Melissa), 1624 Lynch Rd., Baltimore, MD 21222
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-282-2084)
Review Date – 04/17
Lay Min. – Ron Skarupa (Pat), 2434 Garrett Rd., White Hall, MD 21161
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-357-9546)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Kim Sowden (Lynn), 1817 Marshall Rd., Baltimore, MD 21222
(410-285-5698)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Juanita Roehl, 1301 Delvale Ave, Baltimore, MD 21222 (410-285-1932)
NMI Pres. – Bob Evans (Kim), 1300 Blakewood Ct., Baltimore, MD 21222
(410-440-6270)
Baltimore Latino (Organized 2012) (071-0026)
Location – (Mail: 136 S. Ritters Ln., Owings Mills, MD 21117) 3816 Edmondson Ave., MD
21229
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-986-3319)
Co-Pastor – (10/10) M. Ester Calderon (Cesar), 136 S. Ritters Ln., Owings Mills, MD 21117
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-986-3380)
Co-Pastor – Cesar J. Calderon (Ester), 136 S. Ritters Ln., Owings Mills, MD 21117
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-986-3380)
Review Date – Appointment
Assoc. Pastor – Willian Granados, 3 Cobblestone Ct., Apt. T3, Baltimore MD 21215
(443-536-3684)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Elena Espinoza, 2 Phlox Cir., Apt. A, Owings Mills, MD 2117
(443-500-4786)
NYI Pres. – Mateo Lopez, 3504 Clarinth, Apt. A, Baltimore, MD 21215
(443-802-3758)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Tony A Cena, 20 Deer Lodge, Apt. A, Owings Mills, MD 21117
(443-531-9112)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Nohemy Cena, 20 Deer Lodge, Apt. A, Owings Mills, MD 21117
(443-990-4122)
NMI Pres. – Nohemy Cena, 20 Deer Lodge Apt., A, Owings Mills, MD 21117 (443-990-4122)
Church Board Sec. – Edwin Marquez, 6972 Mill Brook Park Dr., Apt. B, Baltimore, MD 21213
(443-763-1239)
Church Treas. – Willian Granados, 3 Cobblestone Ct., Apt. T3, Baltimore, MD 21215
(443-536-3684)
Baltimore Lighthouse Community (Organized 2001) (071-0553)
Location – 120 Audrey Ave., Baltimore, MD 21225
(202-740-2884)
Pastor – (03/09) Sandra Singleton, 8500 Mike Shapiro Dr., Clinton, MD 20735
(E-mail: [email protected]; 202-740-2884)
Review Date – Appointment
SDMI Supt. – Theresa Martin, 2611 Wegworth Ln., Baltimore, MD 21223
(410-525-2221)
NYI Pres. – Jerome Graham, 11 N. Smallwood St., Baltimore, MD 21223
(443-525-9249)
NMI Pres. – Debra Palmer-Grant, 1703 Judy Way, Edgewood, MD 21040
(443-922-9872)
Church Board Sec. – Francina Neely, 1120 Homestead St., Baltimore, MD 21223
(410-366-8165)
Church Treas. – Tajuana Hickman, 16 N. Wheeler Ave., Baltimore, MD 21223 (410-945-7395)
Baltimore Parkville (Organized 1934) (071-0050)
Location – 8510 Fowler Ave., Baltimore, MD 21234
(Web: www.parkvillenazarene.org;
E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 410-661-0244; 410-661-7096)
Pastor – (02/01) R. Neal Gray (Vicki), 8512 Fowler Ave., Baltimore, MD 21234
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-882-7733)
Review Date – 02/15
Assoc. Pastor – Vicki L. Gray (Neal), 8512 Fowler Ave., Baltimore, MD 21234
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-882-7733)
Music Dir. – Vicki L. Gray (Neal), 8512 Fowler Ave., Baltimore, MD 21234
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-882-7733)
SDMI Supt. – Barbara Phillips (Ed), 4023 Lyndale Ave., Baltimore, MD 21213
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-483-4814)
Daycare Dir. – Anne Marie Brady, 8510 Fowler Ave., Baltimore, MD 21234
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-661-0221)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Barbara Phillips (Ed), 4023 Lyndale Ave., Baltimore, MD 21213
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-483-4814)
NMI Pres. – Edward Phillips (Barbara), 4023 Lyndale Ave., Baltimore, MD 21213
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-483-4814)
Church Board Sec. – Edward Phillips (Barbara), 4023 Lyndale Ave., Baltimore, MD 21213
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-483-4814)
Church Treas. – Glenda McLaughlin, 908 Barron Ave, Baltimore, MD 21221
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-254-0334)
Bedford (Organized 1937) (071-0080)
Location – 620 W. Penn St., Bedford, PA 15522
(814-623-5656)
Pastor – (08/03) Michael D. Adams (Candice), 187 Highland Dr., Bedford, PA 15522
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-623-8565)
Review Date – 08/17
Assoc. Pastor – Candice J. Adams (Michael), 187 Highland Dr., Bedford, PA 15522
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-623-8565)
Music Dir. – Michael D. Adams (Candice), 187 Highland Dr., Bedford, PA 15522(814-623-8565)
NYI Pres. – Brian Zembower (Vicki), 2534 Bedford Valley Rd., Bedford, PA 15522
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-356-3320)
Women’s Min. Dir – Candice J. Adams (Michael), 187 Highland Dr., Bedford, PA 15522
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-623-8565)
NMI Pres. – Karen Brown, PO Box 44, Bedford, PA 15522
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-623-6840)
Church Board Sec. – Vicki Zembower (Brian), 2534 Bedford Valley Rd., Bedford, PA 15522
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-356-3320)
Church Treas. – Cherie Mehle, 567 Centerville Rd., Bedford, PA 15522
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-356-9939)
Bel Air (Organized 1932) (071-0090)
Location – 2430 Conowingo Rd., Bel Air, MD 21015
(Web: www.belairnazarene.org; fax: 410-879-4578; 410-838-8290)
Pastor – (05/95) Russell J. Long, Jr. (Debbie), 914 E. Broadway, Bel Air, MD 21014
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-838-1682)
Review Date – 05/16
Assoc. Pastor – Noah A. Tharp (Linda), 1608 Cass Dr., Bel Air, MD 21015
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-420-0777)
SDMI Supt. – Brian Godfrey, 20 Neptune Dr., Joppa, MD 21085
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-900-4534)
Childcare Dir. – Dawn Groff, 35 Martin Rd., Conowingo, MD 21918
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-642-2957)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Kathy Peter, 3611 Smith Rd., Darlington, MD 21034
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-688-0630)
Assoc. Pastor/Youth – A. Gregg Alsbrooks (Dodi), 1411 Gunston Rd., Bel Air, MD 21015
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-617-6429)
Prime Time Dir. – Shirley Bodine, 601 Camelot Dr., Bel Air, MD 21015
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-420-9199)
Single Adult Min. Dir. – A. Gregg Alsbrooks (Dodi), 1411 Gunston Rd., Bel Air, MD 21015
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-617-6429)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Linda Tharp (Noah), 1608 Cass Dr., Bel Air, MD 21015
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-420-0777)
NMI Pres. – Kathy Sprole, 1220 Tuscany Ln., Bel Air, MD 21014
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-371-6929)
Work & Witness Coord. – Kathy Sprole, 1220 Tuscany Ln., Bel Air, MD 21014
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-371-6929)
Church Board Sec. – James Moots, 2242 Ady Rd., Forest Hill, MD 21050
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-420-1620)
Church Treas. – Gail Huna, 601 Camelot Dr., Bel Air, MD 21015
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-838-8913)
Berkeley Springs (Organized 1940) (071-0097)
Location – (Mail: PO Box 427) 58 Truman St., Berkeley Springs, WV 25411
(E-mail: [email protected]; 304-258-4412)
Pastor – (06/88) Rodney C. Truax (Stacy), 803 Harrison Ave., Berkeley Springs, WV 25411
(304-258-4412)
Review Date – 06/14
SDMI Supt. – Ron Holt, 156 Chestnut Oak Ln., Hedgesville, WV 25427
NMI Pres. – John Britt, 12929 St. Paul Rd., Clear Spring, MD 21722
(301-842-0034)
Church Board Sec. – John Britt, 12929 St. Paul Rd., Clear Spring, MD 21722
(301-842-0034)
Church Treas. – Rachel Truax, 149 Apple Orchard Cir., Berkeley Springs, WV 25411
(Email: [email protected]; 304-258-1376)
Berlin The River (Organized 2013) (071-0011)
Location –11004 Worcester Hwy., Berlin, MD 21811
(Web: www.Therivernaz.com; E-mail: [email protected];410-641-0401)
Pastor – (11/08) Mark C. Massey (Lonea), 530 Ocean Pkwy., Berlin, MD 21811
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-513-6448)
Review Date – Appointment
Assoc. Pastor/Youth – Clark F. LaPearl, Jr. (Nicole), 34778 Legacy Ln., Salisbury, MD 21850
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-835-5057)
SDMI Supt. – Nicole LaPearl, 34778 Legacy Ln., Salisbury, MD 21850
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-835-5057)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Lonea Massey (Mark), 530 Ocean Pkwy, Berlin, MD 21811
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-513-6449)
NMI President – Lauren Oswald, 13330 Colonial Rd, Ocean City, MD 21842
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-694-0473)
Church Board Sec. – Ben Baker, 30276 Mallard Dr., Delmar, MD 21875
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410 860 5068)
Church Treas. – Dianne Green, 11237 St. Martins Neck Rd., Bishopville, MD 21813
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-430-1480)
Burnham Freedom Way (Organized 1942) (071-0170)
Location – 215 E. Freedom Ave., Burnham, PA 17009
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-248-5439)
Pastor – (02/98) George S. Smith (Toni), 202 5th Ave., Burnham, PA 17009
(717-248-5439)
Review Date – 02/15
SDMI Supt. – Harold Ritter Jr., 294 N. Derry Ave., Yeagertown, PA 17099
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-250-8280)
NYI Pres. – Harold Ritter Jr., 294 N. Derry Ave., Yeagertown, PA 17099
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-250-8280)
NMI Pres. – Steve Wagner (Sherry), 16 W. Specht St., McClure, PA 17841
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-543-3577)
Church Board Sec. – Toni Smith, 202 5th Ave., Burnham, PA 17009
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 717-953-5169; 717-248-5439)
Church Treas. – Harold Ritter Jr., 294 N. Derry Ave., Yeagertown, PA 17099
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-250-8280)
Cambridge (Organized 1963) (071-0204)
Location – 97 Sandy Hill Rd., Cambridge, MD 21613
(410-228-1592)
Pastor – (10/06) Richard K. Prahl (Sharon), 4 Merryweather Dr., Cambridge, MD 21613
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-205-2862)
Review Date – 11/16
Assoc. Pastor – Sharon L. Prahl (Richard), 4 Merryweather Dr., Cambridge, MD 21613
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-205-2865)
Assoc. Pastor – Timothy E. Thompson (Cheryl), 806 N. Washington St., Easton, MD 21601
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-924-6206)
Music Dir. – E. Jay Lewis, 6680 Manadier Rd., Easton, MD 21601
(E-mail: [email protected]: 410-822-8940)
SDMI Supt. – Sharon L. Prahl, 4 Merryweather Dr. Cambridge, MD 21613
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-205-2865
NMI Pres. – Patricia Lewis, 6680 Manadier Rd. Easton, MD 21601
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-822-8940)
Church Board Sec. – Janice Stevens, 29336 Howell Point Rd., Trappe, MD 21673
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-476-3376)
Church Treas. – Carol Bloodsworth, 729 Roslyn Ave., Cambridge, MD 21613
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-521-2163)
Carlisle (Organized 1965) (071-0206)
Location – 1900 Sterretts Gap Ave., Carlisle, PA 17013
(Web: www.carlislenaz.org; E-mail: [email protected]; 717-243-3756)
Pastor – Jeffrey A. Wolfe (Rebekah), 1904 Sterretts Gap Ave., Carlisle, PA 17013
(Email: [email protected]; 717-261-6173)
Review Date – Appointment
Assoc. Pastor – Rebekah L. Wolfe (Jeffrey), 1904 Sterretts Gap Ave., Carlisle, PA 17013
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-514-6275)
Chr. Ed Dir. – Rebekah L. Wolfe (Jeffrey), 1904 Sterretts Gap Ave., Carlisle, PA 17013
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-514-6275)
Church Board Sec. – Mary Wolfe, 1711 State Rd., Duncannon, PA 17020
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-957-3260)
Church Treas. – Mary Wolfe, 1711 State Rd., Duncannon, PA 17020
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-957-3260)
Chambersburg Latino (CTM) (071-0214)
Location – 560 Black Ave., Chambersburg, PA 17201
(717-267-1214)
Pastor – J. Freddy Arispe (Ruth), 1624 Alexander Ave., Chambersburg, PA 17201
(717-267-1214)
Review Date – Appointment
Assoc. Pastor – Ruth Arispe (Freddy), 1624 Alexander Ave., Chambersburg, PA 17201
(717-267-1214)
Chambersburg Mosaic (Organized 2013) (071-0209)
Location – 560 Black Ave., Chambersburg, PA 17201
(Web: www.cburgnaz.org; E-mail: [email protected]; 717-414-8024)
Pastor – (01/08) Dan L. Kraynek (Lori), 348 Sue Linn Dr., Chambersburg, PA 17201
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 717-414-8024; 717-414-8024)
Review Date – Appointment
Assoc. Pastor – Joseph H. Thomas (Stacy), 560 Black Ave., Chambersburg, PA 17201(717-552-7418)
Music Dir. – Dan Kraynek (Lori), 348 Sue Linn Dr., Chambersburg, PA 17201 (717-414-8024)
Vis. Min. – Dan Kraynek (Lori), 348 Sue Linn Dr., Chambersburg, PA 17201
(717-414-8024)
SDMI Supt. – Lori Kraynek (Dan), 348 Sue Linn Dr., Chambersburg, PA 17201 (717-414-8024)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Lori Kraynek (Dan), 348 Sue Linn Dr., Chambersburg, PA 17201
(717-414-8024)
NYI Pres. – Stacy Thomas (Joe), 560 Black Ave., Chambersburg, Pa. 17201
(717-552-7417)
Youth Pastor – Stacy Thomas (Joe), 560 Black Ave., Chambersburg, PA 17201 (717-552-7417)
Adult Min. Dir. – Dan Kraynek (Lori), 348 Sue Linn Dr., Chambersburg, PA 17201
(717-414-8024)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Bruce Tindal 560 Black Ave., Chambersburg, PA 17201
Women’s Min. Dir. – Lori Kraynek (Dan), 348 Sue Linn Dr., Chambersburg, PA 17201
(717-414-8024)
NMI Pres. – Lori Kraynek (Dan), 348 Sue Linn Dr., Chambersburg, PA 17201 (717-414-8024)
Church Board Sec. – Stacy Thomas (Joe), 560 Black Ave., Chambersburg, PA 17201
(717-552-7417)
Chestertown (Organized 1965) (071-0207)
Location – 6943 Church Hill Rd., Chestertown, MD 21620
(410-778-6146)
Interim Pastor – Ryan A. Scott (Katelynn), 194 Vincent Cir., Middletown, DE 19709
(E-mail: [email protected]; 857-544-3954)
Review Date – Appointment
SDMI Supt. – Mary Grussing, 10071 Flatland Rd., Chestertown, MD 21620
(410-778-2325)
NMI Pres. – Brenda Horrocks, PO Box 283, Chestertown, MD 21620-0283
(410-708-5103)
Church Board Sec. – Rob Hilty, 103 Wilton Rd. Chestertown, MD 21620
(410-778-5714)
Church Treas. – Vickie Kaylor, 200 E. Campus Ave., Chestertown, MD 21620 (410-778-9858)
College Park
(Organized 1953)
(071-0210)
Location – 9704 Rhode Island Ave., College Park, MD 20740 (Web: www.collegeparknaz.com;
E-mail: [email protected]; 301-345-4616)
Pastor – (08/04) Mark S. Garrett (Leah), 10113 51st Ave., College Park, MD 20740
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-345-4961)
Review Date – 08/15
Music Dir. – Amy Pate, 4816 Fox St., College Park, MD 20740
(240-893-4255)
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Chr. Ed. Dir. – Leah Garrett (Mark), 10113 51 Ave., College Park, MD 20740 (301-345-4961)
SDMI Supt. – Leah Garrett (Mark), 10113 51st Ave., College Park, MD 20740 (301-345-4961)
Church Board Sec. – Amy Pate, 4816 Fox St., College Park, MD 20740
(240-893-4255)
Church Treas. – John Lunsford – 411 Pershing Dr., Silver Spring, MD 20910
(301-589-7104)
College Park African (Inactive)
(071-0211)
College Park Fountain of Grace (Organized 1994) (071-0212)
Location – 9704 Rhode Island Ave., College Park, MD 20740
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-915-6483)
Pastor – Carlos Palma Martinez (Edy), 4511 Romlon St., #303, Beltsville, MD 20705
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-915-6483)
Review Date – 03/15
SDMI Supt. – Neo Hernandez, 4425 Romlon St., Beltsville, MD 20705
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-848-8215)
NYI Pres. – Rebecca Ortiz, 3708 Lamberton Sq., Silver Spring, MD 20904
([email protected]; 240-463-9025)
NMI Pres. – Velia Ortiz, 3708 Lamberton Sq., Silver Spring, MD 20904
(E-mail: [email protected])
Church Board Sec. – Ivette Joge 5710 Tennyson St., Riverdale, MD 20737
(240 432 5923; E-mail: [email protected])
Church Treas. – Luis Ortiz, 3708 Lamberton Sq., Silver Spring, MD 20904
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-375-4525)
College Park Healing Temple (Organized 2013) (071-0425)
Location – 9704 Rhode Island Ave., College Park, MD 20740
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 301-422-0882; 301-422-0882)
Pastor – Lucille M. Salmon-Sarnor, 11002 Cherry Hill Rd., Hyattsville, MD 20783
(301-422-0882)
Review Date – Appointment
NYI Pres. – Rouchell Chelsea, 11002 Cherry Hill Rd., Hyattsville, MD 20783
(Email:[email protected])
NYI Vice Pres. – Dante Martin, 9031 Contee Rd. #201, Laurel MD 20708
(Email: [email protected])
College Park Resurrection Power of Christ (Organized 2013) (071-0042)
Location – 9704 Rhode Island Ave., College Park, MD 20740
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-701-7692)
Pastor – Augustus B. Matibila (Doris), 5344 Chesapeake Rd., Hyattsville, MD 20783
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-701-7692)
Review Date – Appointment
Assoc. Pastor/Shepherd & Admin. – Joakim Kamugisha (Serah), 9607 Wellington St.,Lanham,
MD 20706
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-383-6290)
Assoc. Pastor/Discipleship & Urban Min. – Ailen N. Coleman, 2851 5th St., NE, Washington,
DC 20017
(E-mail: [email protected]; 202-290-5523)
Assoc. Pastor/Evangelism & Outreach – Maddo Jeanette, 2440 16th St., #321, NW,
Washington, DC 20009
(E-mail: [email protected]; 202-258-4002)
Children’s Min Dir. – Bertha Bingham, 7911 Riggs Rd., #110, Hyattsville, MD 20783
(E-mail: [email protected]; 202-704-0759)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Penina Oyiera Mboha, 2829 Terrace Dr., # 110, Chevy Chase, MD 20815
(240-461-9031)
Assoc. Women’s Min. Comp. – Risper Olalo, 12405 Bushy Dr., Silver Spring, MD 20906
(240-533-6199)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Philemon K. Lagat, 20000 Appledowne Cir., Germantown, MD 20876
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-551-8526)
NMI Pres. – Serah Kamugisha (Joakim), 9607 Wellington St., Lanham, MD 20706
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-381-1590)
W&W Coord./Urban Min. – Maria T. Mnimbo, 2821 5th St., NE, Washington, DC 20017
(E-mail: [email protected]; 202-352-1590)
Church Board Sec. – Serah Kamugisha (Joakim), 9607 Wellington St., Lanham, MD 20706
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-381-1590)
Church Treas. – Monica Omweri, 5344 Chesapeake Rd., Hyattsville, MD 20783
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-374-2273)
Columbia Alive Community (Organized 2007) (071-0001)
Location – (Mail: 6455 Old Highgate Dr., Elkridge, MD 21075), 9104 Red Branch Rd.,
Columbia, MD 21045
(Web: www.alivecommunitychurch.org; E-mail: [email protected]; 443-538-5921)
Pastor – (2/07) Steven T. Slifker (Deanne), 6455 Old Highgate Dr., Elkridge, MD 21075
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-379-8498)
Review Date – 02/17
Music Dir. – Chris Maroney (Cece), 6640 Huntshire Dr., Elkridge, MD 21075
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-379-0561)
Chr. Ed. Dir. – Deanne Slifker (Steve), 6455 Old Highgate Dr., Elkridge, MD 21075
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-379-8498)
SDMI Supt. – Mike Winstead, 2123 Rockhaven Ave., Catonsville, MD 21228
(E-mail: [email protected])
NYI Pres. – Stacy Hicks, 104–A Winters Ln., Catonsville, MD 21228
(E-mail:[email protected])
Men’s Min. Dir. – Mike Kessler, 2228 Lake Dr., Pasadena, MD 21122
(E-mail: [email protected])
Women’s Min. Dir. – Cece Maroney (Chris), 6640 Huntshire Dr., Elkridge, MD 21075
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-379-0561)
NMI Pres. – John Hicks (Stacy), 104–A Winters Ln., Catonsville, MD 21228
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-266-3561)
Church Board Sec. – Cece Maroney (Chris), 6640 Huntshire Dr., Elkridge, MD 21075
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-379-0561)
Church Treas. – Cece Maroney (Chris), 6640 Huntshire Dr., Elkridge, MD 21075
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-379-0561)
Cumberland Bethel (Organized 1933) (071-0230)
Location – 11720 Valley Rd. NE, Cumberland, MD 21502
(301-724-9343)
Pastor – (09/62) David F. Dayhoff (Janet), 11718 Valley Rd., NE, Cumberland, MD 21502
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-724-9343)
Review Date – 09/15
Assoc. Pastor – Jairus S. Dayhoff, (Laura), 11701 Valley Rd., NE, Cumberland, MD 21502
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 731-217-8150)
SDMI Supt. – Bonita Diehl, 12301 Amherst Ave, NE, Cumberland, MD 21502 (301-724-6602)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Tonya Diehl, 12210 Amherst Ave., NE, Cumberland, MD 21502
(301-777-2801)
Youth Min. Dir. – Wilma Dayhoff, 11007 Cash Valley Rd. NW, LaVale, MD 21502
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 240-727-0940; 301-759-3766)
NMI Pres. – Robin Kreger, 11300 Ore St., NE, Cumberland, MD 21502
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-777-1007)
Church Board Sec. – Bonita Diehl, 12301 Amherst Ave., NE, Cumberland, MD 21502
(301-724-6602)
Church Treas. – Martha Whiteman, 214 Grand Ave., Cumberland, MD 21502
(E-mail: [email protected] 301-697-6592)
Cumberland First (Organized 1927) (071-0240)
Location – 508 Oldtown Rd., Cumberland, MD 21502
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 301-777-1480; 301-777-1480)
Pastor – (10/86) Gary W. Barkley (Misty), 510 Oldtown Rd., Cumberland, MD 21502
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-777-1076)
Review Date – 10/15
Assoc. Pastor – Stephen M. Monington (Ronda), 1425 Church St., Cumberland, MD 21502
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-722-3127)
Assoc. Pastor/Fire Chaplain – James Kasecamp (Debbie), 13700 Chipmunk Ln., Cumberland,
MD 21502
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-759-2567)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Heather Aguallo, PO Box 375, Wiley Ford, WV 26767
(E-mail: [email protected]; 304-738-2156)
Adult Min. Dir. – Rick Ickes, 1600 Frederick St., Cumberland, MD 21502
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-722-3811)
NMI Pres. – Barbara Lewis, 13502 Uhl Hwy., SE, Cumberland, MD 21502
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-724-4522)
Work & Witness Coord. – Stephen M. Monington, 1425 Church St., Cumberland, MD 21502
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-722-3127)
Church Board Sec. – Mary Jo Elder, PO Box 397, 308 Dunn Dr., Fort Ashby, WV 26719
(304-298-3629)
Church Treas. – Rick Ickes, 1600 Frederick St., Cumberland, MD 21502
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-722-3811)
Damascus
(CTM)
(071-0246)
Location – 26052 Woodfield Rd., Suite B., Damascus, MD
21771
(Web: www.damascusnaz.org; E-mail: [email protected]; 301831-5231)
Pastor – (10/03) George H. Fry (Janet), 185 Water Works Rd., Gettysburg, PA 17325
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240893-6905)
Review Date – Appointment
Delmar Haitian (Organized 1993) (071-0921)
Location – 36926 Hide Away Ln., Delmar, DE 19940
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-846-2899)
Pastor – (5/02) Charles Leroy (Elcie), 11110 Church Rd., Seaford, DE 19973
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-628-1234)
Review Date – 5/16
Assoc. Pastor/SDMI – Wilfrid Raymond, 28821 Seaford Rd., Seaford, DE 19956
(302-875-4564)
Assoc. Pastor/Youth – Gerold Dorleans, 210 Old Laurel Rd., Georgetown, DE 19947
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-856-3165)
Music Dir. – Jean Florestal, 7753 Gay Dr., Seaford, DE 19973
(302-629-4065)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Clermithe Impert, E 7th St., Apt. 12 A, Seaford, DE 19973
(302-249-6563)
Childcare/School – Evelyne Dorleans, 608 Oak Rd., Seaford, DE 19973
(302-629-6127)
NYI Pres. – Damssaul Dufrene, 18416 Arabian Acres, Lewes, DE 19958
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-864-3338)
Adult Min. Dir. – Elcie Leroy, 11110 Church Rd., Seaford, De 19973
(302-628-1234)
NMI Pres. – Previlus Florestal, 7753 Gay Dr., Seaford, DE 19973
(302-629-4065)
Church Board Sec. – Ivonia Brinelus, 18416 Arabian Acres, Lewes, DE 19958
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-604-0364)
Church Treas. – Bennet Florestal, 10749 N. Old State Rd., Lincoln, DE 19960 (302-236-1255)
Delta (Organized 1942) (071-0260)
Location – 6610 Delta Rd., Delta, PA 17314
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 717-456-5836; 717-456-5917)
Pastor – (11/00) Robert J. Reter, Jr. (Linda), 6596 Delta Rd., Delta, PA 17314
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-456-5003)
Review Date – 11/14
SDMI Supt. – Dan Droddy, 10 Cornplanter Rd., Willow St., PA 17584
(717-464-9333)
Childcare Dir. – Sylvia Goody, 335 Main St., Delta, PA 17314
(717-456-5397)
NYI Pres. – Linda Reter (Robert), 6596 Delta Rd., Delta, PA 17314
(717-456-5003)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Donna Macklin, 236 Fulton Rd., Airville, PA 17302
(717-862-3150)
NMI Pres. – Martha Comer, 3232 Scarboro Rd., Street, MD 21154
(410-452-8676)
Church Board Sec. – Martha Comer, 3232 Scarboro Rd., Street, MD 21154
(410-452-8676)
Church Treas. – Martha Comer, 3232 Scarboro Rd., Street, MD 21154
(410-452-8676)
Denton (Organized 1941) (071-0270)
Location – 10660 Greensboro Rd., Denton, MD 21629
(Web: www.DentonNaz.com;
E-mail: [email protected]; fax; 410-479-9482; 410-479-2197)
Pastor – (09/12) Paul D. Merritt (Jamie), 10662 Greensboro Rd., Denton, MD 21629
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 304-730-1263, home: 443-448-4632)
Review Date – 09/14
SDMI Supt. – Patty Saathoff, 10741 Log Cabin Rd., Denton, MD 21629
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-786-4779)
NYI Pres. – Ashlie Deneau, 1172 Ingram Branch Rd., Harrington, DE 19952
(E-mail [email protected]; 302-632-5384)
NMI Pres. – Beverly Flater, 8129 Laurel Ln., Denton, MD 21629
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-479-2802)
Church Board Sec. – Carmen Mead, 8425 Mitchell Rd., Denton, MD 21629
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-479-3485)
Church Treas. – Scott Getchell, 509 Randolph St., Denton, MD 21629
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-479-3695)
Dover Haitian (Organized 2000) (071-0282)
Location – (Mail to: PO Box 326) 1426 McKee Rd., Dover, DE 19904
(302-674-2683)
Pastor – (09/03) Daniel Adjocy (Roseline), 23 Truman Ct., Dover, DE 19904
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 302-450-6581; 302-677-0516)
Review Date – 09/13
Assoc. Pastor/SDMI Supt. – Beauvoir Duperoy, 258 E. Pembrook, Smyrna, DE 19977
(cell: 302-373-6592; 302-643-0413)
Deacon – Marie Ritha Charlescar, 943 Windrow Way Dr., Magnolia, DE 19906 (302-284-3145)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Roseline Adjocy (Daniel), 23 Truman Ct., Dover, DE 19904
(302-677-0516)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Suze Joanis, 18 Markham Ct., Smyrna, DE 19977
(215-901-4597)
Women’s Youth Ministry – Marie Jean-Pierre, 125 First Ave., Smyrna, DE 19977
(302-653-6343)
Church Board Sec. – Rose Marie Cambry, 624 Windrow Way Dr., Magnolia, DE 19962
(302-272-7146)
Church Treas. – Sherline Exantus, 130 Boggs St., Dover, DE 19904
(302-480-5054)
Dover Mountain Grove Chapel (Organized 2006) (071-0284)
Location – 170 Andersontown Rd., Dover, PA 17315
(Web: mountaingrovechapel.org; E-mail: [email protected]; 717-308-2061)
Pastor – (04/14) Osmany B. Espinosa (Cecilia), 180 Andersontown Rd., Dover, PA 17315
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 717-332-4972)
Review Date – Appointment
NYI Pres. – Kelly Marlow, 50 Big Creek Rd., Dover, PA 17315
(717-968-5724)
(E-mail: [email protected])
Children & Youth Dir. – Kelly Marlow, 50 Big Creek Rd., Dover, PA 17315
(717-968-5724)
(E-mail: [email protected])
Men’s Min. Dir. – Phil Shenk, 1700 York Rd., Dover, PA 17315
(717-938-4456)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Kelly Marlow, 50 Big Creek Rd., Dover, PA 17315
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-968-5724)
NMI Pres. – Nancy R. Spicer, 130 E. Butter Rd., York, PA 17404
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-266-6484)
Church Board Sec. – James Weire (Brenda), PO Box 1035, Mount Wolfe, PA 17347
(717-266-1934)
Church Treas. – James Weire (Brenda), PO Box 1035, Mount Wolfe, PA 17347 (717-266-1934)
Dover The Cross (Organized 1953) (071-0280)
Location – 1818 N. Little Creek Rd., Dover, DE 19901
(Web: www.thecrossofdover.org;
E-mail: [email protected]; 302-734-4202)
Co-Pastor – (10/04) Timothy J. Evans (Cheryl), 1788 N. Little Creek Rd., Dover, DE 19901
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 302-222-7325; 302-730-4780)
Co-Pastor – (10/04) Cheryl M. Evans (Timothy), 1788 N. Little Creek Rd., Dover, DE 19901
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 302-222-7326; 302-730-4780)
Review Date – 10/14
Assoc. Pastor/Children and Family – Tara L. Alton, 419 Triton St., Crestview, FL 32536
(E-mail: [email protected]; 910-286-2462)
Assoc. Pastor/Evangelism – Lynda J. Thompson, 470 Judith Rd., Hartly, DE 19953
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-492-1153)
Assoc. Pastor – Kay Lynn Bright, 1750 Peach Tree Run, Magnolia, DE 19962
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-697-2515)
Assoc. Pastor/Senior Adult – James V. Pettit (Irene), 3111 Hourglass Rd., Hartly, DE 19953
(302-492-3612)
SDMI Supt. – Christy Cale, 1480 Peach Tree Run, Magnolia, DE 19962
(302-670-7449)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Cheryl M. Evans, 1788 N. Little Creek Rd., Dover, DE 19901
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 302-222-7326; 302-730-4780)
NYI Pres. – Angel Huddleston, 629 Crawford Ave., Dover, DE 19901
(302-735-4745)
Prime Time Dir. – Christy Cale, 1480 Peach Tree Run, Magnolia, DE 19962
(302-670-7449)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Timothy Seth Pettit, 42 Dailey Dr., Felton, DE 19943
(302-632-5146)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Kelly Buckle, PO Box 567, Ridgely, MD 21660
(410-634-2935)
NMI Pres. – Kay Lynn Bright, 1750 Peach Tree Run, Magnolia, DE 19962
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-697-2515)
Work & Witness Cor. – Cheryl M. Evans, 1788 N. Little Creek Rd., Dover, DE 19901
(302-222-7326)
Church Board Sec. – Lynda Thompson, 470 Judith Rd., Hartly, DE 19953
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-492-1153)
Church Treas. – Kay Lynn Bright, 1750 Peach Tree Run, Magnolia, DE 19962
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-697-2515)
Easton Real Life Chapel (Organized 1953/2010) (071-0300)
Location – 403 Hollyday St., Easton, MD 21601
(Web: www.reallifechapel.org;
E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 410-822-5023; 410-822-5023)
Pastor – (06/08) Frank E. Short (Lauralee), 10286 Tuckahoe Landing Rd., Easton, MD 21601
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-786-4650)
Review Date – Appointment
Assoc. Pastor – Kristen A. Beckert, 8370 Ocean Gateway, #2, Easton, MD 21601(215-237-4959)
SDMI Supt. – Lauralee Short, 10286 Tuckahoe Landing Rd., Easton, MD 21601 (443-786-4405)
Church Board Sec. – Robert Friday, 10935 Holt Ct., Denton, MD 21629
(410-364-7022)
Church Treas. – Sally Weber, 4159 Bestpitch Ferry Rd., Cambridge, MD 21613 (410-228-3085)
Easton Latino Jesus Te Ama (Organized 2014) (071-0015)
Location – 403 Hollyday St., Easton, MD 21601
410-279-7495)
Pastor – Laura C. Presta (Jorge), 518 Saltoun Ave., Odenton, MD 21113
(E-mail: [email protected]; (410-279-7495)
Review Date – Appointment
Elkton (Organized 1957) (071-0311)
Location – 377 Nottingham Rd., Elkton, MD 21921
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 410-398-6239; 410-398-6205)
Pastor – (07/89) James R. Moyers (Pennie), 377 Nottingham Rd., Elkton, MD 21921
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-398-8935)
Review Date – 07/15
Assoc. Pastor – James L. Ellison (Sheila), PO Box 160, Rising Sun, MD 21911
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-658-4970)
Christian Ed. Dir. – Pennie Moyers (James), 377 Nottingham Rd., Elkton, MD 21921
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-398-8935)
NYI Pres. – Sheila Ellison (James), PO Box 160, Rising Sun, MD 21911
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-658-4970)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Pennie Moyers (James), 377 Nottingham Rd., Elkton, MD 21921
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-398-8935)
NMI Pres. – Pennie Moyers, (James) 377 Nottingham Rd., Elkton, MD 21921 (410-398-8935)
(E-mail: [email protected])
Work & Witness Coord. – Pennie Moyers (James), 377 Nottingham Rd., Elkton, MD 21921
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-398-8935)
Church Board Sec. – Jenny Kline, 7 Hackney Ct., Port Deposit, MD 21904
(410-652-1916)
Church Treas. – Mary Ann Crane, 251 Wheatley Rd., North East, MD 21901
(410-287-5927)
Ellicott City Crossroads (Organized 1910) (071-0060)
Location – 2750 Rogers Ave., Ellicott City, MD 21043
(Web: www.crossroadsnaz.org;
E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 410-465-1120; 410-465-1103)
Pastor – (10/00) Kevin T. Hardy (Jane), 2700 Rocky Glen Way, Ellicott City, MD 21043
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-274-0296)
Review Date – 11/14
Assoc. Pastor/Young Adult – Jesse A. Happel (Kiley) – 3924 Bryony Rd., Randallstown, MD
21133
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-470-0952)
Assoc. Pastor/Students – Shane R. Valenstein (Lauren), 10105 Nicolson Rd., Ellicott City, MD
21042
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-971-0991)
Assoc. Pastor/Children – Christina A. Jones (Jeff), 12908 Allerton Ln., Silver Spring, MD
20904
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-543-4009)
Primetimer’s Dir. – Margie Pickett (Clark), 7915 Galloping Cir., Baltimore, MD 21244
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-599-6195)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Steve Isberg (Linda), 3000 Patuxent Overlook, Ellicott City, MD 21042
(E-mail: [email protected], 410-564-9994)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Doreen Armstrong (Steve), 313 Pine Orchard Ln., Ellicott City, MD 21042
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-750-7455)
NMI Pres. – Larry Orwig (Judy), 4085 Sharp Rd., Glenelg, MD 21737
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-489-0754)
Church Board Sec. – Steve Czerny (Robbin), 52 N. Prospect Ave., Catonsville, MD 21228
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-765-5226)
Church Treas. – Charlotte Bennett, 3435 Rosemary Ln., Ellicott City, MD 21042
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-531-3644)
Ellicott City Primera Iglesia (Organized 2006) (071-0058)
Location – 4808 Shelbourne Rd., Arbutus, MD 21227
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-740-2720; fax: 410-740-2720)
Interim Pastor – Lionel A. Campoz (Dona), 8335 Woodward St., Savage, MD 20763
(E-mail: [email protected]
Review Date – Appointment
SDMI Supt. – Yadira Benavides-Discua 1107 Outlet Mills Ct., Catonsville, MD 21228
(E-mail: [email protected]; (410-300-5234)
NYI Pres. – Bryant Gutierrez 1568 Stone Chapel Rd., New Windsor MD, 21776
E-mail: [email protected]; (443-226-2265
NMI Pres. – Richard Lynner, 3308 Chapman Rd., Randallstown, MD 21333
(E-mail: [email protected]; (443-912-3090)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Yadira Benavides-Discua 1107 Outlet Mills Ct., Catonsville, MD 21228
(E-mail: [email protected]; (410-300-5234)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Fausto Quinteros 1101 Trowbridge Ct., Abingdon, MD 21009 (443-802-9679)
Church Board Sec. – Roxana Olivares, 2 Glyndale Ct., Reisterstown, MD 21136
(E-mail: [email protected]; (443-277-9701)
Church Treas. – Yolanda Lynner, 3308 Chapman Rd., Randallstown, MD 21333
(E-mail: [email protected]; (410-496-3580)
Fawn Grove (Organized 1966) (071-0330)
Location – (Mail: 5300 Fawn Grove Rd.) Fawn Grove and Scott Rd., Pylesville, MD 21132
(Web: www.fawngrovenazarene.org; E-mail: [email protected]; 410-452-5330)
Pastor – (11/09) Jonathan W. Batchelder (Michelle), 1606 Scott Rd., Pylesville, MD 21132
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-452-5711)
Review Date – 11/15
Music Dir. – Zach Walker, 1801 Twin Lake Dr., Jarrettsville, MD 21084
NYI Pres. – Robert Froman, 358 Cook Rd., Delta, PA 17314
(717-456-5689)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Doug Tymes (Holly), 300 Kunkle Rd., Fawn Grove, PA 17321
Women’s Min. Dir. – Terri Thacker, 33 Cherry Rd., Airville, PA 17302
(717-456-7260)
NMI Pres. – Jack Borgal, PO Box 117, Fawn Grove, PA 17321
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-452-8699; cell: 614-572-3496)
Church Board Sec. – Janet Swift, 1576 Main St., Cardiff, MD 21160
(410-452-5019)
Church Treas. – Beth T. Wells (Rob), 108 Central Ave., Glen Burnie, MD 21061
(E-mail: [email protected]; (443-557-0450)
Federalsburg Haitian (Organized 1992) (071-0335)
Location – (Mail to: PO Box 128) 3381 Houston Branch Rd., Federalsburg, MD 21632
(410-754-7611)
Pastor – (04//12) J. Willeme Thomas (Nerky), 210 Hickory Ln., Seaford, DE 19973
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-381-7584)
Review Date – 04/18
Pastor Emeritus – J. Robert Augustin (Andieula), 24396 Beaver Dam Dr., Seaford, DE 19973
(302-262-9042)
Worship Leader – Wagner Paul, 223 Harrington St., Seaford, DE 19973
(302-628-0645)
SDMI Supt. – Raymond Sauveur, PO Box 452, Seaford, DE 19973
(302-228-0999)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Andieula Augustin, 24396 Beaver Dam Dr., Seaford, DE 19973
(302-262-9042)
NYI Pres. – Nerky Thomas, 210 Hickory Ln., Seaford, DE 19973
(302-258-7210)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Marie Loud Derolus, 2642 Kelly Cir., Seaford, DE 19973 (302-245-8345)
NMI Pres. – Joceline Lamy, 21673 Maple Dr., Seaford, DE 19973
(302-628-7929)
Church Board Sec. – Phillip Jean Louis 7538 Station Ln., Seaford, DE 19973
(302-236-5054)
Church Treas. – Enock Pierreville, 3464 Laurel Grove Rd., Apt. 5D, Federalsburg, MD 21632
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-434-3386)
Frederick First (Organized 1937) (071-0340)
Location – 7899 Oppossumtown Pk., Frederick, MD 21702
(Web: www.frederickfirstnazarene.org; E-mail: [email protected];
fax; 301-663-4962; 301-663-6271)
Pastor – (01/07) Robert P. Merki (Christine), 8 Stoney Pkwy., Thurmont, MD 21788
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-271-1191)
Review Date – 01/17
Children’s Min. Dir. – Délice Williams, 100 Bierstadt Ct., Frederick, MD 21702
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-662-3626)
Music Dir. – Christine Merki (Robert), 8 Stoney Pkwy., Thurmont, MD 21788
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-271-1191)
SDMI Supt. – Marsha Cox, 502 Hunting Horn Ct., Frederick, MD 21703
(E-mail: [email protected]; 765-617-9822)
NYI Pres. – Jean Blank, 1430 Pleasant View Rd., Adamstown, MD
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-422-1746)
NMI Pres. – Clara Swengosh, 14422 Peddicord Rd., Mount Airy, MD 21771
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-703-8468)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Tim Cox, 502 Hunting Horn Ct., Frederick, MD 21703
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-446-1424)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Claudia Taylor, 7105 Silver Circle, Middletown, MD 21769
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-371-9970)
Outreach/Evangelism – Joe Meisner, 2113 Brecken Dell Ct., Frederick, MD 21702
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-271-6815)
Worship & Prayer – Christine Merki (Robert), 8 Stoney Pkwy., Thurmont, MD 21788
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-271-1191)
Work & Witness Coord. – Mike DeLaquil, 8706 N. Pacific Ct., Middletown, MD 21769
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-371-0322)
Church Board Sec. – Clara Swengosh, 14422 Peddicord Rd., Mount Airy, MD 21771
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-703-8468)
Church Treas. – Bob Aldrich, 1595 Elmwood Ct., Frederick, MD 21702
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-631-1137)
Frederick West Latino (CTM) (071-0027)
Location – 7899 Oppossumtown Pk., Frederick, MD 21702
(240-626-8312)
Pastor – Luis O. Mantilla, 10 Livingstone Terr., Frederick, MD 21702
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240- 26-8312)
Review Date – Appointment
Assoc. Pastor – Anny Amado Mantilla, 10 Livingstone Terr., Frederick, MD 2170
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-626-8312)
Frostburg (Organized 1937) (071-0350)
Location – (Mail: PO Box 64, Frostburg, MD 21532) 150 Center St., Frostburg, MD 21532
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-689-5146)
Pastor – (12/06) Timothy P. Smith (Deborah), 211 McCulloh St., Frostburg, MD 21532
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-689-3368)
Review Date – 12/17
Assoc. Pastor – Kenneth P. Fisher (Julia), 10606 New Hope Rd., Frostburg, MD 21532
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-689-6751)
Music Min. – Deborah Smith (Timothy), 211 McCulloh St., Frostburg, MD 21532
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-689-3368)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Kenneth P. Fisher (Julia), 10606 New Hope Rd., Frostburg, MD 21532
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-689-6751)
Women’s Min Dir. – Norma Frankenberry, 14403 Mt. Savage Rd. NW, Mt. Savage, MD 21545
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-264-3160)
NMI Pres. – Diana Loar, 728 Oldtown Rd., Cumberland, MD 21502
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-697-2800)
Church Board Sec – Charles Sterrett, 16785 National Pike, Frostburg, MD21532
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-689-2719)
Church Treas. – Julia Fisher (Kenneth), 10606 New Hope Rd., Frostburg, MD 21532
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-698-6751)
Gaithersburg (Organized 1960) (071-0353)
Location – 8921 Warfield Rd., Gaithersburg, MD 20882 (Web: www.gaithersburgnazarene.org;
E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 301-917-3117; 301-330-0366)
Pastor – (04/88) Benjamin L. Spitler (Kelly), 22101 Goshen School Rd., Gaithersburg, MD
20882
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-947-9054)
Review Date – 02/16
Assoc. Pastor – Kelly C. Spitler (Ben), 22101 Goshen School Rd., Gaithersburg, MD 20882
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-947-9054)
Assoc. Pastor – Terry L. Sweeney (Frank), 10156 Clearspring Rd., Damascus, MD 20872
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-253-2252)
Assoc. Pastor – Karen M. VanGilder, 4933 Small Gains Way, Frederick, MD 21703
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-750-8993)
Assoc. Pastor/Youth – Brian C. Schafer (Jenny), 8921 Warfield Rd., Gaithersburg, MD 20882
(E-mail: [email protected];)
NYI Pres. – Debbie Berg, 4396 Adam Ct., Mt. Airy, MD 21771
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-831-6232)
Prime Time Dir. – Suzy Misfeldt, 13123-1 Wonderland Way, Germantown, MD20874
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-972-5034)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Lisa Baldridge, 20505 Highland Hall Dr., Montgomery Village, MD
20886
(E-mail: [email protected]; (301) 502-0462)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Mike Berg, 4396 Adam Ct., Mt. Airy MD 21771
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-831-6232)
NMI Pres. – Lisa Sharp, 8839 Thomas Lea Terr., Montgomery Village, MD 20886
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-527-1145)
Church Board Sec. – Dave Dailey, 21939 Greenbrook Dr., Boyds, MD 20841
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-428-3668)
Church Treas. – David Spillers, 311 W. Montgomery Ave., Rockville, MD 20850
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-529-5121)
Gaithersburg Latino (Organized 1995) (071-0352)
Location – 8921 Warfield Rd., Gaithersburg, MD 20882
Pastor – (03/98) Edgar Enciso (Maria), 215 Harpers Way, Frederick, MD 21702
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-518-2557)
Review Date – Appointment
Assoc. Pastor – Maria Zenaida Enciso (Edgar), 215 Harpers Way, Frederick, MD 21702
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-315-5494)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Maria Enciso, 215 Harpers Way, Frederick, MD 21702
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-315-5494)
NMI Pres. – Gloria Cáceres, 3208 Sandburg Terr., Olney, MD 20832
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-774-3378)
NYI Pres. – Isaac Hernandez, Olney MD
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-626-1576)
Church Bd. Sec. – Ana Mejia, 1293 Apple Tree Ct., Frederick, MD 21703
(E-mail:[email protected])
Church Treas. – Gloria Zelaya, 3208 Sandburg Terr., Olney, MD 20832
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-774-3378)
Georgetown Haitian (CTM) (071-0041)
Location – 215 E. Market St., Georgetown, DE 19947 (E-mail: [email protected]; 302-249-0371)
Interim Pastor – (02/14) Roland Edouard (Cynthia), 25382 Waterview Dr., Seaford, DE 19973
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-249-0371)
Review Date – Appointment
Gettysburg Harvest Field Community (Organized 1960) (071-0355)
Location – 1110 Fairfield Rd., Gettysburg, PA 17325
(Web: www.gettysnaz.org; E-mail: [email protected]; 717-334-3209)
Pastor – (03/14) George H. Fry (Janet), 185 Water Works Rd., Gettysburg, PA 17325
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-829-1312)
Review Date – Appointment
SDMI Supt. – Dan Orner, PO Box 1, Arendstville, PA 17303
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-677-9266)
NMI Pres. – Marge Orner, PO Box 1, Arendstville, PA 17303
(E-mail: [email protected]: 717-677-9266)
Church Board Sec. – David Davidson, 245 Carrolls Tract Rd., Fairfield, PA 17320
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-575-6742)
Church Treas. – Bill Cox, 17 Tree Top Trail, Fairfield, PA 17320
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-642-3717)
Glen Burnie (Organized 1965) (071-0359)
Location – 100 Northdale Rd., Glen Burnie, MD 21060
(Web: www.gbnazarene.org;
E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 410-761-8110; 410-761-8110)
Pastor – (04/94) C. Michael Routh (Joyce), 1222 Sedge Ct., Pasadena, MD 21122
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-255-6204)
Review Date – 04/16
NMI Pres. – Phyllis Hahn (Peter), 614 Cromwell St., Brooklyn Park, MD 21225
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-636-2688)
Church Board Sec. – Susan Coakley, 8267 Green Ice Dr., Pasadena, MD 21122
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-255-9533)
Church Treas. – Robert Mead, 1008 Shoreland Dr., Glen Burnie, MD 21060
(E-mail: [email protected])
Glen Burnie Corridor (CTM) (071-0004)
Location – (Mail: 280 Rebecca Ann Ct., Millersville, MD 21108) 108 Central Ave., Glen Burnie,
MD 21061
(Web: www.corridorchurch.com;
E-mail: [email protected]; 301-633-0583)
Pastor – (04/06) James F. Diggs, Jr. (Karrie), 280 Rebecca Ann Ct., Millersville, MD 21108
(301-633-0583)
Review Date – Appointment
Church Treas. – Brad Wolf, 486 Worthington Rd., Millersville, MD 21108
Hagerstown (Organized 1968) (071-0360)
Location – 141 N. Edgewood Dr., Hagerstown, MD 21740
Web: www.hagerstownnaz.org;
E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 301-797-6030; 301-797-4524)
Pastor – (09/02) Steven L. Johnson (Pam), 230 Stanford Rd., Hagerstown, MD 21742
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-992-1971)
Review Date – 09/14
Assoc. Pastor/Youth – Andrea M. Sawtelle (Nathan), 143 N. Edgewood Dr., Hagerstown, MD
21740
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-393-3627)
Assoc. Pastor – Christopher L. Lyons (Sandy), 17842 Virginia Ave., Hagerstown, MD 21740
(301-665-1855)
SDMI Supt. – Leland Zlomke (Sherrie), 11110 Eastwood Dr., Hagerstown, MD 21742
(301-766-7423)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Becky Grosskreutz (Brad), 194 Hykes Rd., E., Greencastle, PA 17225
(301-992-1041)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Michelle Hoover (John), 14120 Newcomer Rd., Hagerstown, MD 21742
(301-992-0563)
NMI Pres. – Carol Bryan (Gary), 10831 Archer Ln., Williamsport, MD 21795 (301-223-8123)
Church Board Sec. – Frances Graves (Ronald), 12915 The Terrace, Hagerstown, MD 21742
(301-790-1301)
Church Treas. – Nora Barnes (Doug), 20648 Woodbridge Dr., Hagerstown, MD 21742
(301-416-7116)
Hagerstown Haitian (Organized 2013) (071-0002)
Location – 920 W. Washington St., Suite 106, Hagerstown, MD 21742
(301-739-3467)
Pastor – (04/06) Jacques E. Metayer (Magalie), 903 Hamilton Blvd., Hagerstown, MD 21742
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-313-9175)
Review Date – Appointment
Hagerstown Hope Bridge (Organized 2012) (071-0580)
Location – 330 Frederick St., Hagerstown, MD 21740
(Web: www.hopebridge.org;
E-mail: [email protected]; 301-791-9003)
Pastor – (04/05) Peter M. Zerphy (Kelly), 929 Dewey Ave., Hagerstown, MD 21742
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-302-9240)
Review Date – Appointment
Assoc. Pastor – Garet O. Hanshew, 15722 Fairview Rd., Hagerstown, MD 21742
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-675-0583)
SDMI Supt. – Richard Butler, 45 Hump Rd., Hagerstown, MD 21740
NMI President – Sarah Johnson, 230 Stanford Dr., Hagerstown, MD 21742
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-991-6485)
Church Board Sec. – Kelly Zerphy (Pete), 929 Dewey Ave., Hagerstown, MD 21742
(301-991-7395)
Church Treas. – Angela Butler, 45 Hump Rd., Hagerstown, MD 21740
(E-mail: [email protected], 301-573-0621)
Hagerstown Latino (Organized 1997) (071-0363)
Location – 141 N. Edgewood Dr., Hagerstown, MD 21740
(Web: www. hagerstownlatinochurch.org;
E-mail: [email protected]; 301-992-8156)
Pastor – (08/10) Eli S. Rivera-Toledo (Lourdes), 12432 Fallen Timbers Cir., Hagerstown, MD
21740
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-992-8156)
Review Date: 08/16
Women’s Min. Dir. – Lourdes Quinones, 12432 Fallen Timbers Cir., Hagerstown, MD 21740
(E-mail: [email protected]; 209-518-2384)
Church Treas. – Connie Brown, 11802 Peacock Tr., Hagerstown, MD 21742
(301-797-8669)
Halethorpe Connections (Organized 2012) (071-0018)
Location – (Mail: PO Box 8147, Elkridge, MD 21075) Meeting at the Lamb of God School,
1810 Fairview Ave., Halethorpe, MD 21227
(Web: www.connectionschurch.cc;
E-mail: [email protected])
Pastor – (09/10) A. Ajay Vyas (Julie), 2109 Chantilla Rd., Catonsville, MD 21228
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-615-0082)
Review Date – 09/18
Assoc. Pastor – Eric W. Valenstein (Erica), 7828 Marioak Dr., Elkridge, MD 21075
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-926-0020)
Assoc. Pastor – Marjorie C. Bailey (Scott), 6140 Silver Arrows Way, Columbia MD 21045
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-971-1121)
Assoc. Pastor – Philip R. Thompson (Dana), 405 7th Ave., NE, Glen Burnie, MD 21060
(Cell: 410-952-5566)
Assoc. Pastor/Worship – Dana C. Leach (Kacy), 8908 Town and Country Blvd., Apt B, Ellicott
City MD 21043
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-546-6458)
Assoc. Pastor/Student Worship – Frank Hendrickson (Michele), 5637 Settler Pl., Columbia MD
21044
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-939-6977)
Assoc. Pastor/Care and Outreach – Khristine (Kacy) C. Leach (Dana,) 8908 Town and Country
Blvd., Apt B, Ellicott City MD 21043
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-627-9490)
Assoc. Pastor/Small Groups – Charla C. Walls 512 Lake Vista Cir., Apt. K, Cockeysville, MD
21030
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-850-2322)
Church Board Sec. – Dale Propst (Eva), 6380 Morning Time Ln., Columbia MD 21044
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-660-1988)
Church Finance Sec. – Shermelle Mulrain, 1411 Woodcliff Ave., Catonsville, MD 21228
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 443-537-3006)
Church Treas. – Don Rodrick (Karen), 5443 The Bridle Path Columbia MD 21044
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-302-1066)
Hancock Grace (Organized 1941) (071-0370)
Location – (Mail: 193 Apple Orchard Cir., Berkeley Springs, WV 25411) 265 W. Main St.,
Hancock, MD 21750
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 304-258-2084; 304-258-7712)
Pastor – (06/88) Willis G. Swope (Barbara), 193 Apple Orchard Cir., Berkeley Springs, WV 25411
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 304-258-2084; 304-258-7712)
Review Date – 06/14
SDMI Supt. – Lynn Mellott (Gloria), 512 Pennsylvania Ave., Hancock, MD 21750
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-678-5956)
NMI Pres. – Barbara Swope (Willis), 193 Apple Orchard Cir., Berkeley Springs, WV 25411
(E-mail: [email protected]; 304-258-7712)
Church Board Sec. – Gloria Mellott (Lynn), 512 Pennsylvania Ave., Hancock, MD 21750
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-678-5956)
Church Treas. – Ronald Michael, 530 Pennsylvania Ave., Hancock, MD 21750 (301-678-5589)
Hanover Trinity (Organized 1934) (071-0380)
Location – (Mail: 205 Fulton St.) Corner of E. Middle and Fulton St., Hanover, PA 17331
(Web: http://sites/google.com/site.hantrinitynaz;
E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 717-632-6954; 717-632-4130)
Pastor – (06/99) Gerald R. Dunlap (Debbie), 1150 Westminster Ave., Hanover, PA 17331
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-632-6954)
Review Date – 06/17
Assoc. Pastor – Robert E. Grosse (Laura), 144 Clearview Rd., Hanover, PA 17331
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-632-3447)
Assoc. Pastor/Christian Ed. Dir. – David R. Breedlove, 331 Westminster Ave., Hanover, PA
17331
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-515-1404)
NMI Pres. – Linda Plunkert, 2160 Hanover Rd., Lot 28, Gettysburg, PA 17325
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-479-1360)
Church Board Sec. – Nancy Baker, 718 Baer Ave., Hanover, PA 17331
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-633-9456)
Church Treas. – Patty Runk, 6 Holly Ct., Littlestown, PA 17340
(E-mail: [email protected])
Havre de Grace The Great Commission (Organized 2006) (071-0362)
Location – 3 N. Earlton Rd., Havre de Grace, MD 21078
(fax: 410-939-2234; 410-939-2231)
Pastor – (06/99) Blake E. Ward (Lisa), 555 Concorde St., Havre de Grace, MD 21078
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-378-4659)
Review Date – 11/16
Hollywood (Organized 1907) (071-0420)
Location – 24710 Sotterley Rd., Hollywood, MD 20636
(Web: www.facebook.com/HollywoodNazarene; E-mail: [email protected];
fax: 301-373-9717; 301-373-2130)
Pastor – (12/06) Verne A. Haskell (Judy), 24708 Sotterley Rd., Hollywood, MD 20636
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-373-2506)
Review Date – 12/16
SDMI Supt. – Judy Haskell (Verne), 24708 Sotterley Rd., Hollywood, MD 20636
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-373-2506)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Judy Haskell (Verne), 24708 Sotterley Rd., Hollywood, MD 20636
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-373-2506)
NYI Pres. – P. Wade Thompson, PO Box 801, Hollywood, MD 20636
(E-mail: [email protected]; 816-582-8099)
NMI Pres. – Sharon Kessler (Al), 17315 Whitaker Ct., St. Inigoes, MD 20684
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-872-4090)
Church Board Sec. – P. Wade Thompson, PO Box 801, Hollywood, MD 20636
(E-mail: [email protected]; 816-582-8099)
Church Treas. – Sharon Kessler (Al), 17315 Whitaker Ct., St. Inigoes, MD 20684
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-872-4090)
Hurlock United (CTM) (071-0955)
Location – (Mail: PO Box 1021) 212 Jackson St., Hurlock, MD 21643
(302-399-1249)
Pastor – (10/11) Sherwood Holley, Sr., 18 Wayne Dr., Dover, DE 19901
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-399-1249)
Review Date – Appointment
Hyattsville Primitive Haitian (CTM) (071-1015)
Location – (Mail: 6909 25th Ave., Hyattsville, MD 20783) 6201 Belcrest Rd., Hyattsville, MD
20783
(202-747-8666)
Pastor – (02/07) Francius Pierre (Lorette), 4410 Oglethorpe, Apt. 318, Hyattsville, MD 20781
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 301-927-1237; 202-747-8666)
Review Date – Appointment
NYI Pres. – Guy Evens Paul, 6815 Riverdale Rd., Apt. G4, Riverdale, MD 20737
(E-mail: [email protected])
Church Board Sec. – Gardy Desir-Paul, 6815 Riverdale Rd., Apt. G-4, Riverdale, MD 20737
([email protected]; 240-355-7376)
Church Treas. – Enoch Amazan, 2306 Dexel St., Hyattsville, MD 20783
(301-422-2813)
Indian Head (Organized 1908) (071-0440)
Location – 35 Raymond Ave., Indian Head, MD 20640
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-743-5768)
Pastor – David A. Blades (JoAnn), 3109 Jenkins Ln., Indian Head, MD 20640
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 301-751-3800; 301-861-6703)
Review Date – Appointment
SDMI Supt. – Johnny Hare (Carolyn), 104 Cir., Ave., Indian Head, MD 20640 (301-743-9024)
NMI Pres. – Pat Kjelland 500 Indian Head Ave., Indian Head, MD 20640
(301-743-7017)
Church Board Sec. – Jim Kjelland, 500 Indian Head Ave., Indian Head, MD 20640
(301-743-7017)
Church Treas. – Charlene Haynie, 1855 Marshall Hall Rd., Bryans Road, MD 20616
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-283-4197)
Jessup New Generation (Organized 2002) (071-0226)
Location – 10140 Guilford, Rd., Jessup, MD 20794
(443-762-1027)
Pastor – (08/12) Sadrack Nelson (Sarah), 230 Stanford Rd., Hagerstown, MD 21740
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 615-200-2141)
Review Date – 08/14
Church Board Sec. – Phanel Pierre, 8017 Hills Rise Ct., Elkridge, MD 21075
(410-799-1948)
Church Treas. – Emmanuel Francimé 5275 Rivendell Ln., Apt. 16, Columbia MD 21044
(443-535-2080)
Laurel (Organized 1921) (071-0500)
Location – (Mail: PO Box 705, Laurel, DE 19956) 94 Walnut St., Laurel, DE 19956
(Web: www.laurelnazarene.org; E-mail: [email protected];
fax: 302-875-3049; 302-875-7873)
Pastor – (05/03) Ralph A. Fraser (Sherry), 204 S. Wilson St., Laurel, DE 19956
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-875-4241)
Review Date – 05/17
Assoc. Pastor – Harold O. "Hal" Parry (Joyce), 26428 Rudder Rd., Pot-Nets Bayside,
Millsboro, DE 19966
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-231-8133)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Sherry Fraser (Ralph), 204 S. Wilson St., Laurel, DE 19956
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-875-4241)
Preschool Dir. – Rachel Hill, 1008 West St., Laurel, DE 19956
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-841-8299)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Craig Moyer, 12480 Laurel Rd., Laurel, DE 19956
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-875-2563)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Michelle Moyer, 12480 Laurel Rd., Laurel, DE 19956
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-875-2563)
NMI Pres. – Karen Huffman, 8042 Gum Branch Rd., Seaford, DE 19973
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-629-2858)
Church Board Sec. – Gwen Fleetwood, 30919 Tailfeather, Laurel, DE 19956
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-875-3800)
Church Treas. – Eddie Hastings, 174 Delaware Ave., Laurel, DE 19956
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-875-5252)
Laurel Fellowship (CTM) (071-0501)
Location – (Mail: 7429 Berry Leaf Dr., Laurel, MD 20707) Woman’s Club of Laurel 384 Main
St., Laurel, MD 20707
(301-725-7229)
Pastor – (09/07) G. Robert Wells, Jr. (Beth), 7913 Heather Mist Dr., Severn, MD 21144
(E-mail: [email protected]: cell: 315-723-2318; 410-846-5389)
Review Date – Appointment
Assoc. Pastor – Daniel C. Rotich, 10302 Buena Vista Ave., Lanham, MD 20706
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 240-646-6363)
SDMI Supt. – Ruth I. Kilpatrick (Art), 7429 Berry Leaf Dr., Laurel, DE 20707
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-725-7229)
NMI Pres. – Arthur F. Kilpatrick (Ruth), 7429 Berry Leaf Dr., Laurel, DE 20707
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-725-7229)
Church Board Sec. – Arthur F. Kilpatrick (Ruth), 7429 Berry Leaf Dr., Laurel, DE 20707
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-725-7229)
Church Treas. – Beth T. Wells, 7913 Heather Mist Dr., Severn, MD 21144
(E-mail: [email protected]; 315-723-5646)
Leonardtown (Organized 1993) (071-0013)
Location – (Mail: PO Box 1110, Leonardtown, MD 20650) 22730 Washington St.,
Leonardtown, MD 20650
(Web: www.lcotn.org;
E-mail: [email protected]; 301-475-2538)
Pastor – (08/11) Paul D. MacPherson (Theresa), 41745 Eldon Ct., Leonardtown, MD 20650
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-690-2871)
Review Date – Appointment
Music Dir. – Bob LaDuca, 21225 Allen Owens Way, Leonardtown, MD 20650
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-994-2470)
SDMI Supt. – Stacey Chayka, 42310 Swans Ct., Leonardtown, MD 20650
(301-481-8876)
NYI Pres. – Vicky Bailey (Mike), 43595 Lifelong Landing Way, Hollywood, MD 20636
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-373-9731)
NMI Pres. – Paul D. MacPherson, 41745 Eldon Ct., Leonardtown, MD 20650
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-690-2871)
Church Treas. – Maggie LaDuca, 21225 Allen Owens Way, Leonardtown, MD 20650
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-994-2470)
Lewes Living Hope (CTM) (071-0021)
Location – (Mail to: 333 Carlton Dr., Milton, DE 19968) Lewes Senior Center, 32083 Janice Rd,
Lewes, DE 19958
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-664-1476)
Pastor – Craig D. Taylor (Tamara), 333 Carlton Dr., Milton, DE 19968
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-663-0269)
Review Date – Appointment
Assoc. Pastor-Geraldine L. Cahill, 31931 Carneros Ave., Lewes, DE 19958
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-535-5801)
NYI Pres. – Jesse & Holly Peters, 37940 Williams Chandler Blvd., Ocean View, DE 19970
(E-mail: [email protected]; 804-210-9376)
Martinsburg (Organized 1951) (071-0555)
Location – 401 N. High St., Martinsburg, WV 25404
(304-582-8431)
Pastor – (08/12) Eric R. Folk (Kimberly), 400 Albert St., Martinsburg, WV 25404
(E-mail: [email protected]; 304-582-8431)
Review Date – 08/14
SDMI Supt. – Tricia Sheely, 423 Tennessee Rd., Martinsburg, WV 25401
(E-mail: [email protected]; 304-263-5533)
NYI Pres. – Brenda Tasker (Jesse), 564 Boy Scout Rd., Hedgesville, WV 25427
(E-mail: [email protected]; 304-754-7056)
NMI Pres. – Stephanie Gladden, 1407 Crushed Apple Dr., Martinsburg, WV 25403
(E-mail: [email protected]; 304-579-8558)
Church Board Sec. – Jesse Tasker (Brenda), 564 Boy Scout Rd., Hedgesville, WV 25427
(E-mail: [email protected]; 304-754-7056)
Church Treas. – Florence Reggetts, 3015 Cannon Hill Rd., Hedgesville, WV 25427
(304-754-8470)
McConnellstown (Organized 1935) (071-0560)
Location – 5851 Newtown Ave., Huntingdon, PA 16652
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 814-627-4341; 814-627-0817)
Pastor – (05/04) Gregory J. Lesniewski (Pamela), 5825 Newtown Ave., Huntingdon, PA 16652
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-251-9786)
Review Date – 05/14
Assoc. Pastor – Roland L. Shehan, 711 Church St., Apt. 620, Huntingdon, PA 16652
(814-386-4289)
Music Dir. – Mike Speck, PO Box 31, McConnellstown, PA 16660
SDMI Supt – Todd Miller, 3905 Fluke Rd., James Creek, PA 16657
(814-658-2675)
NYI Pres. – Pat McKinney, 13015 Redstone Ridge Rd, Hesston, PA
(E-mail [email protected]; 814-658-2158)
Women’s Min Dir. – Carla Irvin, 6279 Irvin Rd., Petersburg, PA 16669
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-669-9382)
NMI Pres. – Russ Brooks, PO Box 19, Petersburg, PA 16669
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-644-3486)
Church Board Sec. – Carla Irvin, 6279 Irvin Rd., Petersburg, PA 16669
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-669-9382)
Church Treas. – Shelly Smith, 615 Sixth St., Huntingdon, PA 16652
(814-251-5969)
Annette Shade, 8123 Shady Ln., Mapleton, Depot, PA 1705 (814-543-7688)
Melwood (Organized 1943) (071-1040)
Location – 6906 Woodyard Rd., Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
(Web: www.melwoodnaz.com:
E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 301-599-6730; 301-599-6700)
Lead Pastor – (08/94) John W. Nielson (Amy), 7108 Antock Pl., Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-599-6703)
Review Date – 08/16
Assoc. Pastor/Child Development Center Dir. – Janet M. Johnson (Chuck), 8219 Quentin St.,
New Carrollton, MD 20784
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-375-5483)
Assoc. Pastor/Children – Amber Sweeney (Henry), 7815 Locris Dr., Upper Marlboro, MD
20772
(E-mail: Amber [email protected]; 301-868-2959)
Assoc. Pastor/Youth – Henry H. Sweeney III (Amber), 7815 Locris Dr., Upper Marlboro, MD
20772
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-868-2959)
Lay Minister for Pastoral Care – Henry "Butch" Sweeney, Jr. (Paula) 2747 Pinewood Dr.,
Waldorf, MD 20601
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-638-2344)
NMI President – Larry Burns (Yvonne), 270 Bayard Rd., Lothian, MD 20711
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-867-1933)
Church Board Secretary – Mark Price (Heather), 9606 Courtland Ln., Dunkirk, MD 20754
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-257-3889)
Church Treasurer – Chuck Johnson (Janet), 8219 Quentin St., New Carrollton, MD 20784
E-mail: [email protected]; 240-375-5483)
Melwood Latino (CTM) (071-0611)
Location – 6906 Woodyard Rd., Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
Pastor – (11/05) Anibal J. Maceira, 11630 Mill Bridge Rd., Lusby, MD 20657
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-346-6857)
Review Date – Appointment
Middletown Oasis Community (CTM) (071-0032)
Location – (Mail: 364 E. Main St., Ste. #213) 109 W. Main St., Middletown, DE 19709
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-689-3141)
Pastor – (3/12) James R. Huntington (Rochelle), 103 Forsythia Dr., Newark, DE 19711
(E-mail: [email protected]; 804-385-5999)
Review Date – Appointment
Middletown Village (CTM) (071-0039)
Location – (Mail: 194 Vincent Cir., Middletown, DE 19709)
(E-mail: [email protected]; 857-544-3954)
Pastor – (6/12) Ryan A. Scott (Katelynn), 194 Vincent Cir., Middletown, DE 19709
(E-mail: [email protected]; 857-544-3954)
Review Date – Appointment
Milford (Organized 1955) (071-0590)
Location – 11 NW Salevan Pl., Milford, DE 19963
(Web: http://milfordnazarene.com;
E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 302-422-5425; 302-422-7489)
Pastor – (03/10) Arthur T. Roxby, III (Allyson), 6 NW Salevan Pl., Milford, DE 19963
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 302-393-3967; 302-422-9042)
Review Date – 03/16
Assoc. Pastor – Nicole M. Kessler (Dan), 124 Dickens Ln., Felton, DE 19943
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-942-3034)
Assoc. Pastor – Frederick (Butch) M. Carlisle (Wanda), 396 Jenkins Pond Rd., Milford, DE
19963
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-422-6486)
Assoc. Pastor – Kenneth E. Huffman (Bernadette), 10710 Crescent Shore Dr., Lincoln, DE
19960
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 302-236-6550; 302-430-0130)
SDMI Supt. – Trudy Killen, 567 Amsterdam Rd., Felton, DE 19943
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell 302-542-3923; 302-284-0742)
NMI Pres. – Yvette Bourne, 45 Tidewater Dr., Seaford, DE 19973
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-629-5689)
NYI Pres. – John Ryan Marion, 14434 Shiloh Church Rd., Laurel, DE 19956
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-858-7633)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Denise Marion, 14434 Shiloh Church Rd., Laurel, DE 19956
(302-875-4553)
Work & Witness Coord. – Jonathan Bourne, 45 Tidewater Dr., Seaford, DE 19973
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-629-5689)
Church Board Sec. – Carol Davis, 723 Seabury Ave., Milford, DE 19963
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-422-5498)
Church Treas. – Richard Davis, 723 Seabury Ave., Milford, DE 19963
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-422-5498)
Milford Haitian (Organized 2000) (071-0592)
Location – (Mail: PO Box 686, Milford, DE 19963) 715 S. Washington St., Milford, DE 19963
Pastor – (09/02) Jimmy Fleurantus (Lourdine Delva), 420 Fisher Ave, Milford, DE 19963
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-422-7737)
Review Date – 9/16
Music Dir. – Magophy Cambranne, PO Box 686, Milford, DE 19963
NYI Pres. – Marie G. Fleurantus, 420 Fisher Ave., Milford, DE 19963
NMI Pres. –Melane Jean, PO Box 686, Milford, DE 19963
Church Board Sec. – Lourdine Fleurantus Delva, 420 Fisher Ave., Milford, DE 19963
Church Treas. – Odius Florestal, 340 North Pine St., Seaford, DE 19973
Milford Latino (Organized 2000) (071-0591)
Location – 11 NW Salevan Pl., Milford, DE 19963
(302-422-6744)
Pastor – (03/11) Martin Garcia, 7115 Shawnee Rd., Milford, DE 19963
(cell: 302-228-3782; 302-422-6744)
Review Date – Appointment
NMI Pres. – Edsgardo Rodrigues, 8753 Closs Dr., West Lincoln, DE 19960
Church Board Sec. – Elisa Martinez, 14808 Staytonville Rd., Lincoln, DE 19960
(cell: 302-236-6326; 302-422-0317)
Church Treas. – Maria D. Rodrigues, 8753 Closs Dr., West Lincoln, DE 19960
Mount Airy New Beginning (Organized 2005) (071-0344)
Location – 12350 Jesse Smith Rd., Mt. Airy, MD 21771
(Website: www.newbeginningnazarenechurch.org; E-mail: [email protected];
fax; 301-865-0625; 301-865-7300)
Pastor – (02/04) Paul D. Buchanan (Danette), 5900 Whaleboat Dr., #104, Clarksville, MD 21029
(E-mail: [email protected]: 240-529-2049)
Review Date – 02/15
Assoc. Pastor/Youth – Brian S. Remsch (Maria), 13812 Unionville Rd., Mt Airy, MD 21771
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-529-5550)
Assoc. Pastor/Family – Danette A. Buchanan (Paul), 5900 Whaleboat Dr., Unit 104, Clarksville,
MD 21029
(E-mail: [email protected])
Assoc. Pastor/Children – Lexa S. Herbert (Ryan), 6411 South Clifton Rd., Frederick, MD 21703
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-371-7867)
Worship Leader – Jill Brice (Doug), 3301 Hampton Ct., Mt. Airy, MD 21029
(E-mail.: bjb1966 @gmail.com; 301-829-2974)
SDMI Supt. – Liz Wright (Dave), 4288 Molesworth Terr., Mt Airy, MD 21771
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-865-6281)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Lexa S. Herbert, (Ryan), 6411 South Clifton Rd., Frederick, MD 27103
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-371-7867)
Youth Ministry Director – Brian S. Remsch (Maria), 13812 Unionville Rd., Mt Airy, MD 21771
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-529-5550)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Jeff Carroll (Jane), 7433 Waterville Rd., Mt. Airy, MD 2177
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-829-7987)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Jill Brice (Doug), 3301 Hampton Ct., Mt. Airy, MD 21029
(E-mail.: bjb1966 @gmail.com; 301-829-2974)
Church Board Sec. – Bill Phelps (Sharon), 7903 Hawthorne Dr., Frederick, MD 21702
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-663-8817)
Church Treas. – Dave Kohr (Joyce), 12613 Coppermine Rd., Union Bridge, MD 21701
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-898-5261)
Mount Tabor (Organized 1943) (071-0630)
Location – Mail: 5286 North Hess Rd., Waterfall, PA 16689
Pastor – (02/01) Duane Williams (Jeane), 410 Strawberry Ln., Big Cove Tannery, PA 17212
(E-mail: [email protected]frontiernet.net; 717-294-3944)
Review Date – Appointment
SDMI Supt. – Rita Wright, 7932 N. Valley Rd., Wells Tannery, PA 16691
E-mail: [email protected]; 814-685-3651)
NYI Pres. – Rita Wright, 7932 N. Valley Rd., Wells Tannery, PA 16691
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-685-3651)
NMI Pres. – Naomi Roberts, 5028 N. Hess Rd., Waterfall, PA 16689
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-685-3455)
Church Board Sec. – Naomi Roberts, 5028 N. Hess Rd., Waterfall, PA 16689
(814-685-3455)
Church Treas. – Evelyn Lester, 375 Lions Park Dr., Apt. 202, McConnellsburg, PA 17233
(717-485-3778)
New Cumberland (Organized 1940) (071-0680)
Location – 617 16th St., New Cumberland, PA 17070
(Web: www.ncnazarene.org;
E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 717-774-6496; 717-774-6444)
Pastor – (06/85) Steven R. Grosvenor (Cathy), 627 Mallard Dr., Etters, PA 17319
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-938-4994)
Review Date – 06/15
Childcare/School Dir. – Judith L. Carney (Pat), 194 Rose Hill Dr., New Cumberland, PA 17070
(717-774-9580)
Assoc. Pastor/Children – Judith L. Carney (Pat), 194 Rose Hill Dr., New Cumberland, PA
17070
(717-774-9580)
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Assoc. Pastor – David W. Earp (Cindy), 302 16 St., New Cumberland, PA 17070
(717-770-2033)
NYI Pres. – Alan Kratzsch (Rebekah), 508 Susquehanna St., Marysville, PA 17053
(207-408-6521)
Dir. of Youth Ministries – Alan Kratzsch (Rebekah), 508 Susquehanna St., Marysville, PA
(207-408-6527)
NMI Pres. – Cathy Grosvenor (Steven), 627 Mallard Dr., Etters, PA 17319
(717-938-4994)
Church Board Sec. – Michelle L. Speicher (Rick), 130 Sam Snead Cir., Etters, PA 17319
(717-329-3846)
Church Treas. – Nancy M. Myers (Frank), 417 Cocklin St., Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
(717-766-2063)
New Freedom Trail
(Organized 1953) (071-0690)
Location – 16535 Susquehanna Trail South, New Freedom, PA 17349 (Web: www.trailnaz.org;
E-mail: [email protected]; 717-235-2514)
Pastor – (05/99) David S. Vatral (Karen), 16531 Susquehanna Trail South, New Freedom, PA
17349
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-227-1322)
Review Date – 05/17
Assoc. Pastor – Thomas E. Davidson, 214 Prospect Cir., Shrewsbury, PA 17361
(E-mail: [email protected]; 515-657-2642)
Music Dir. – Karen Vatral, 16531 Susquehanna Trail South, New Freedom, PA 17349
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-227-1322)
SDMI Supt. – Nancy Carr, 13290 Vancar Ln., Stewartstown, PA 17363
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-993-2948)
Church Board Sec. – Deb Davidson, 214 Prospect Cir., Shrewsbury, PA 17361
(E-mail: [email protected]; 515-657-2641)
Church Treas. – Thomas E. Davidson, 214 Prospect Cir., Shrewsbury, PA. 17361
(E-mail: [email protected]; 515-657-2642)
Newark First (Organized 1941) (071-0660)
Location – 357 Paper Mill Rd., Newark, DE 19711
(Web: www.newarknaz.net;
E-mail: [email protected]; 302-737-1400)
Pastor – (10/05) Jonathan A. Mills (Kimberly), 113 Wilkerdean Dr. E., Newark, DE 19711
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-286-0119)
Review Date – 10/15
Chaplain – G. Charlie Deskins (Gladys), 35 Gill Dr., Newark, DE 19711
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-738-6483)
Prime Time Dir. – Amy Grande, 4 Woodie Dr., Newark, DE 19702
(302-368-1861)
Women’s Min Dir. – Kimberly Mills (Jonathan), 113 Wilkerdean Dr. E., Newark, DE 19711
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-286-0119)
Church Board Sec. – Dean A. Boshart, 718 Bent Ln., Newark, DE 19711
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-731-4384)
Church Treas. – Don Muzzey, 96 Marlyn Rd., Elkton, MD 21921
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-620-4015)
North East (Organized 1909) (071-0710)
Location – (Mail: PO Box 726, North East, MD 21901) 135 S. Main St., North East, MD 21901
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-287-9543)
Pastor – (11/88) Paul E. Thomas (Susan), 107 Mechanics Valley Rd., North East, MD 21901
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-287-5526)
Review Date – 11/14
SDMI Supt. – Phil Rockwell, 104 Ben Blvd., Elkton, MD 21921
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-907-7116)
NYI Pres. – Travis Wiles, 104 Ben Blvd., Elkton, MD 21921
(443-907-7116)
NMI Pres. – Susan Thomas (Paul), 107 Mechanics Valley Rd., North East, MD 21901
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-287-5526)
Church Board Sec. – Irene Cleaver, 81 Charbon Ln., North East, MD 21901
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-287-7220)
Oakland (Organized 1949) (071-0730)
Location – (Mail: 421 Roanoke Ave.) 203 S. 8th St., Oakland, MD 21550
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-334-2251)
Pastor – (11/98) Arthur J. Evans, 421 Roanoke Ave., Oakland, MD 21550
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-334-2251)
Review Date – 11/14
SDMI Supt. – Les McDaniel, 685 Oakland Dr., Mountain Lake Park, MD 21550
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-334-1570)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Robin Tasker, 1053 Sunrise Dr., Oakland, MD 21550
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-334-1340)
Adult Min. Dir. – Thelma Kitzmiller, 1052 Smouse Rd., Oakland, MD 21550
(301-334-4371)
Men’s Min Dir. – Lawrence Dawson, 33 Spring Ln., Oakland, MD 21550
(301-334-8858)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Sheena Brenneman, 772 Beachy Rd., Accident, MD 21520
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-245-4179)
NMI Pres. – Margaret Doyle, 4211 Hutton Rd., Oakland, MD 21550
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-334-2775)
Church Board Sec. – Kristie Kitzmiller, 424 Bonnie Blvd., Oakland, MD 21550;
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-334-3493)
Church Treas. – Carol Martin, 185 Interlude Ln., Oakland, MD 21550
(E-mail: [email protected]; 732-691-8422)
Orbisonia (Organized 1941) (071-0750)
Location – (Mail: PO Box 1, Orbisonia, PA 17243) Rte., 994, 594 Meadow St., Rockhill
Furnace, PA 17249
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-447-3640)
Pastor – (1/93) Darrell R. Nicklow (Linda), PO Box 1, Orbisonia, PA 17243
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-447-3277)
Review Date – 01/15
SDMI Supt. – Rick Dunmire, PO Box 93, Orbisonia, PA 17243
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-447-0138)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Francine Hamman (Bill), PO Box 516, Orbisonia, PA 17243
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-447-0042)
NYI Pres. – Bill Hamman (Francine), PO Box 516, Orbisonia, PA 17243
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-447-0042)
Adult Min. Dir. – Sue Dunmire (Rick), PO Box 93, Orbisonia, PA 17243
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-447-0138)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Linda Nicklow (Darrell), PO Box 1, Orbisonia, PA 17243
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-447-3277)
NMI Pres. – Janet Painter (Alvin), 20353 Spring Creek Rd., Three Springs, PA 17264
(814-448-2980)
Church Board Sec. – Lois Regi, 20456 Path Valley Rd., Dry Run, PA 17220
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-349-7221)
Church Treas. – Rick Dunmire, PO Box 93, Orbisonia, PA 17243
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-447-0138)
Owings Mills Latin American First (Organized 1989) (071-0063)
Location – 2 Lastgate Rd., Owings Mills, MD 21117 (Web:www.primeraiglesiadelnazareno.org;
E-mail: [email protected]; 410-356-9444; 410-236-0307)
Pastor – (07/03) Walter R. Argueta, (Doris), 112 Allgate Rd., Owings Mills, MD 21117
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-739-4308; 443-517-8492)
Review Date – 07/17
Assoc. Pastor/Youth – Fredy G. Lopez, 1 E. Cherry Hill Rd., Reisterstown, MD 21136
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-440-1037)
Assoc. Pastor – Olivia L. Jurado (Pedro), 116 Allgate Rd., Owings Mills, MD 21117
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-876-6209)
Assoc. Pastor – Jesus Chavez, 112 Allgate Rd., Owings Mills, MD 21117
(443-916-0499)
Music Dir. – Francisco Cruz, 4249 Mary Ridge Dr., Randallstown, MD 21133 (443-865-5057)
SDMI Supt. – Amarilis Mijangos, 104 Elmere Rd., Owings Mills, MD 21117
(410-218-4189)
Youth Pastor – Fredy Lopez, 2 Lastgate Rd., Owings Mills, MD 21117
(240-440-1037)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Yesenia Cruz, 2 Lastgate Rd., Owings Mills, MD 21117 (410-528-3499)
NMI Pres. – Ana Maria Diaz, 3505 Clarks Ln., #B2, Baltimore, MD 21215
(443-838-6955)
Church Board Sec. – Ricardo Portillo, 45 Greenview Ave., Reisterstown, MD 21136
(443-414-5897)
Church Treas. – Netzer Antonio, 10318 Malcolm Cir., Apt. F., Cockeysville, MD 21030
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-353-9398)
Petersburg (Organized 1954) (071-0790)
Location – 7603 Shavers Creek Rd., Petersburg, PA 16669
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-669-4712)
Pastor – (07/03) Mark R. Mohnkern (Sherri), 7603 Shavers Creek Rd., Petersburg, PA 16669
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 814-977-7193; 814-669-1575)
Review Date – 07/17
Assoc. Pastor/Vision – Sherri A. Mohnkern (Mark), 7603 Shavers Creek Rd., Petersburg, PA
16669
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-669-1575)
Assoc. Pastor – Patricia J. M. Lloyd, 400 9th St., Apt. 401, Huntingdon, PA 16655
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-360-1340)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Karen Hoffman, PO Box 112, Petersburg, PA 16669
(814-669-4829)
Co – NYI Pres. – Angel Frew, 704 5th St., Huntingdon, PA 16652
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-641-0345)
– Rebekah Mohnkern, 7603 Shavers Creek Rd., Petersburg, PA 16669
([email protected]; 814-669-1575)
Women’s Min Dir. – Donna Ross, 5832 Sneath Rd., Alexandria, PA 16611
(814-669-4565)
Church Board Sec. – Sally Barner, 6785 Alexandria Pk., Huntingdon, PA 16652
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-623-4028)
Church Treas. – Brian Sparr, 5719 Mardon Ln., Alexandria, PA 16611
(814-669-1369)
Pleasant Ridge (Organized 1937) (071-0830)
Location – (Mail: 5806 Pleasant Ridge Rd., Harrisonville, PA 17228) Rte. 655 South,
Harrisonville, PA 17228
(E-mail: [email protected]; (717-573-4586; 717-485-3973)
Pastor – (08/94) Dan A. Porterfield (Jackie), 5798 Pleasant Ridge Rd., Harrisonville, PA 17228
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-485-3973, 717-573-4586)
Review Date – 08/16
Music Dir. – Carolyn Hollenshead (Frank), 907 Swope Rd., Needmore, PA 17238
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-573-2805)
SDMI Supt. – Frank Hollenshead (Carolyn), 907 Swope Rd., Needmore, PA 17238
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-573-2805)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Jackie Porterfield 5798 Pleasant Ridge Rd., Harrisonville, PA 17228
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-573-4586)
Adult Min. Dir. – Jackie Porterfield 5798 Pleasant Ridge Rd., Harrisonville, PA 17228
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-573-4586)
NMI Pres. – Ken Swope, 9067 Sipes Mill Rd., Needmore, PA 17238
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-573-2526)
Work & Witness Coord. – Ken Swope, 9067 Sipes Mill Rd., Needmore, PA 17238
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-573-2526)
Church Board Sec. – Carolyn Hollenshead (Frank), 907 Swope Rd., Needmore, PA 17238
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-573-2805)
Church Treas. – Jeanne Leedy, 1697 Blairs Hill Rd., Needmore, PA 17238
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-573-2021)
Rising Sun (Organized 1931) (071-0870)
Location – 2626 Tome Hwy., Colora, MD 21917
(Web: www.rsnazarene.org;
E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 410-658-9469; 410-658-6806)
Interim Pastor – (09/13) Richard A. Wilson (Ruth), 534 Locust Ave., Westminster, MD 21157
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-340-6166)
Review Date – Appointment
SDMI Supt. – Clarissa Stroupe, 43 Sharon St., Rising Sun, MD 21911
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-553-5438)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Jody Quillin, 62 Macintosh Dr., Colora, MD 21917
(E-mail: [email protected];410-530-4812)
NYI Pres. – Benjamin Jones, 1809 Chapel Rd., Havre de Grace, MD 21078
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-267-8748)
NMI Pres. – Angelina Jones, PO Box 101, Jarrettsville, MD 21084
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-692-6126)
Work & Witness Coord. – Lisa England, 954 England Creamery Rd., Rising Sun, MD 21011
(410-658-3348)
Church Board Sec. – Clarissa Stroupe, 43 Sharon St., Rising Sun, MD 21911
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-553-5438)
Church Treas. – Beth Dohler, 108 McCormick Dr., Port Deposit, MD 21904
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-466-6971)
Rockville (Organized 1973) (071-0880)
Location – 4500 Muncaster Mill Rd., Rockville, MD 20853 (Web: www.rockvillenazarene.org;
fax: 301-570-9329; 301-924-4601)
Pastor – (09/94) Philip J. Heap (Marcia), 16822 Centerfield Way, Olney, MD 20832
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-570-8463)
Review Date – 09/16
Assoc. Pastor – Roy A. Flowers (Nancy), 2403 Sugar Cane Ln., Gaithersburg, MD 20882
([email protected]; 301- 253- 4578)
SDMI Supt. – Funa Ngonda (Dawn), 19775 Crystal Rock Dr., # 13, Germantown, MD 20874
(Email: [email protected]; 240- 644-4747)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Dawn Ngonda, 2011 Locustdale Dr., Germantown, MD 20876
(301-540-8054)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Marcia Heap (Phil), 16822 Centerfield Way, Olney, MD 20832
(301-570-8463)
NMI Pres. – Eileen Falzini (Ray)
(E-mail: [email protected], (301) 330-2724)
Church Board Sec. – Alex Clayborne (Elissa), 24921 Woodfield Rd., Damascus, MD 20872
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-253-3986)
Church Treas. – Elissa Clayborne (Alex), 24921 Woodfield Rd., Damascus, MD 20872
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-253-3986)
Rockville First Spanish (Organized 2014) (071-0998)
Location – (Mail to: 1141 Dicus Mill Rd., Millersville, MD 21108) 4500 Muncaster Mill Rd.,
Rockville, MD 20853
(Web: www.hechos29radio.com;
E-mail: [email protected]; 667-231-5344)
Pastor – Luis A. Yenco (Melina), 1141 Dicus Mill Rd., Millersville, MD 21108
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-793-6796)
Review Date – Appointment
SDMI Supt. – Elsa Lanier, 2503 Amhers Rd., Hyattsville, MD 20783
(301-422-3736)
NMI Pres. – Marta Chavez, 17301 Evangeline Ln., Olney, MD 20832
(202-425-9585)
NYI Pres. – Ivan Esteva 9224 Edward’s Way, Apt.3224 Hyattsville. Md.20783 (301-332-9886)
Church Board Sec. – Melina Yenco, 1141 Dicus Mill Rd., Millersville MD
(240-421-3910)
Church Treas. – Edwin Lopez, 11546 February Cir., Apt. 302 Silver Spring, MD 20904
(240-604-6297)
Rockville Latino (Organized 1997) (071-0882)
Location – (Mail: 2914 Harris Ave., Silver Spring, MD 20902) 12709 Old Baltimore Rd., Olney,
MD 20832
(Web: www.idnweb.org; 301-942-5131)
Pastor – (04/96) Rogelio Oscal (Leticia), 2914 Harris Ave., Silver Spring, MD 20902
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-942-5131)
Review Date – 04/15
Music Dir. – Fredy Oscal, 2505 Mason St., Silver Spring, MD 20902
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-318-6347)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Leticia Oscal, 2914 Harris Ave., Silver Spring, MD 20902 (301-942-5131)
Church Board Sec. – Elida Machado, 2914 Harris Ave., Silver Spring, MD 20902
(301-942-5131)
Church Treas. – Mayra Flores, 11459 Lockwood Dr., Apt. A3, Silver Spring, MD 20904
Ryot (Organized 1939) (071-0900)
Location – 406 Dunkard Hollow Rd., Alum Bank, PA 15521
(Web: www.ryotnazarene.org; E-mail: [email protected]; 814-839-2543)
Interim Pastor – Kevin E. Davis (Janice), 129 Hunters Ln., Alum Bank, PA 15521
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-276-3046)
Review Date – Appointment
Music Dir. – Kevin E. Davis (Janice), 129 Hunters Ln., Alum Bank, PA 15521
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-276-3046)
SDMI Supt. – Bryan Beckley (Tammy), 177 E. Grasshopper Rd., New Paris, PA 15554
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-839-4820)
Children’s Ministry Director – Janice Davis (Kevin), 129 Hunters Ln., Alum Bank, PA 15521
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-276-3046)
NYI Pres. – Amy Ferguson (Bob), 1412 Dunnings Creek Rd., New Paris, PA 15553
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-839-9268)
NMI Pres. – Sharon Davis (Ern), 1409 Lovely Rd., Alum Bank, PA 15521
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-276-3120)
Women’s Director – Carolyn Mock (Bryan), 2143 Valley Rd., Schellsburg, PA 15559
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-839-4474)
Men’s Director – Ted Mock (Lisa), 225 Lovely Rd., Alum Bank, PA 15521
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-276-3205)
Church Board Sec. – Dale Sprigg (Krista), 129 Davis Ln., Alum Bank, PA 15521
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-276-9568)
Church Treas. – Krista Sprigg (Dale), 129 Davis Ln., Alum Bank, PA 15521
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-276-9568)
Saint Charles LifeStream (Organized 1982) (071-0911)
Location – 5105 Leonardtown Rd., Waldorf, MD 20601
(Web: www.lifestreamnaz.org;
E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 301-645-8639; 301-645-8249)
Pastor – (11/92) Stephen P. Merki (Diane), 17 Quailwood Pkwy., La Plata, MD 20646
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-934-1699)
Review Date – 11/14
Assoc. Pastor/Families – Stacy R. Dickt (Christy), 3264 Captain Dement Dr., Waldorf, MD
20603
(E-mail: [email protected]; 912-816-6585)
Assoc. Pastor/Worship & Administration – Kristi Jennings (Bruce), 6215 Kerrick Dr, Plata,
MD 20646
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-934-4893)
Assoc. Pastor/Compassion & Discipleship – Charlene Sorensen (Daniel), 11541 Timberbrook
Dr., Waldorf, MD 20601
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-374-6516)
SDMI Supt. – Jacki Edlund-Braun, 3850 Eleanor Pl., White Plains, MD 20695
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-932-5308)
NYI Pres. – Christopher Hicks, 8507 Roundhill Rd., Charlotte Hall, MD 20622
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-751-1704)
NMI Pres. – Andrea Morgan, 807 Roxbury Ct., Waldorf, MD 20602
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-751-5854)
Work & Witness Coord. – Suzanne Rhoad, 5700 Chris-Mar Ave., Clinton, MD 20735
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-868-7754)
Church Board Sec. – Mike Benge, 2606 Talbot Ct., Waldorf, MD 20602
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-645-0985)
Church Treas. – Bruce Jennings, 6215 Kerrick Dr., La Plata, MD 20646
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-934-4893)
Salisbury Cross Pointe (Organized 1938) (071-0920)
Location – 27765 Nanticoke Rd., Salisbury, MD 21801
(Web: www.crosspointenaz.org;
E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 410-543-4631; 410-742-3840)
Pastor – (12/91) Ronald G. Parker (Patricia), 26242 Quantico Creek Rd., Hebron, MD 21830
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-742-5546)
Review Date – 12/15
Assoc. Pastor to the Deaf – Stephen P. Hause (Debbie), 301 Colbourn Mill Rd., Salisbury, MD
21804
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-359-8053)
Assoc. Pastor/Community Life – Jared M. Willemin (Denise), 27751 Nanticoke Rd.,
Salisbury, MD 21801
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-202-9792)
Assoc. Pastor/Youth & Young Adults – David C. Dayhoff (Becky), 27779 Nanticoke Rd.,
Salisbury, MD 21801
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-644-8058)
Assoc. Pastor/Worship – Andrew R. Fey (Angela) 6306 White Cove Dr., Salisbury, MD21801
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-430-7352)
SDMI Supt. – Steve Scott, 28114 Riverside Dr. Ext., Salisbury, MD 21801
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-546-1699)
NYI Pres. – Kevin Wright, 13290 Oak Branch Rd., Delmar, DE 19940
(Email: [email protected]; 443-614-3139)
NMI Pres. – Joyce Willey, 5279 Joy Row Ln., Salisbury, MD 21801
(410-749-2008)
Work & Witness Coord. – Craig Smith, 31840 Quail Ridge Dr., Salisbury, MD 21804
(410-749-6040)
Adult Min. Dir. – Lester Twilley (Bonnie), 25990 Ocean Gateway, Mardela Springs, MD 21837
(E-mail: l[email protected]; 410-742-3942)
Director of Children’s Ministries – Hilary Lynch, 27542 Derby Dr., Salisbury, MD 21801
(Email: [email protected]; 410-742-7384)
Caravan Director – Melanie Longacre, PO Box 193, Vienna, MD 21869
(Email: [email protected]; 443-477-1242)
Office of Prayer – Rusty Barnes, 128 Phillip Morris Dr., Salisbury, MD 21804 (410-742-6537)
Christian Action Coord. – Bill Hoffman, 7152 Rockawalkin Rd., Hebron, MD 21830
(410-219-9177)
Prime Time Dirs. – Charles & Ruby Morris, 14898 Cooper Rd., Laurel, DE 19956
(302-875-5962)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Rob Davis, 7565 Wolf Rd., Salisbury, MD 21801
(410-726-7731)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Eve Starkey, 20221 Dixon Rd., Salisbury, MD 21804
(410-572-6060)
Outreach Min. – Lynette Wright, 6257 White Cove Dr., Salisbury, MD 21801 (443-614-6533)
CLT Dir. – Harvey Conard, 34069 Branch School Rd., Laurel, DE 19956
(302-864-5665)
Church Board Sec. – Dru Vanderwende, 6231 Strawberry Way, Salisbury, MD 21801
(443-235-6861)
Sandtown (Organized 1979) (071-0925)
Location – 448 Willow Grove Rd., Felton, DE 19943
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-284-3959)
Pastor – (05/07) Fern L. Brittain, Jr. (Belinda), 432 Willow Grove Rd., Felton, DE 19943
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-284-3959)
Review Date – 05/17
Christian Ed. Dir. – Pat Frechette, 204 Lotus St., Dover, DE 19901
(302-382-0123)
NYI Pres. – Joseph Brittain, 432 Willow Grove Rd., Dover, DE 19943
(302-824-3959)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Carroll Main (Kathy), 397 Drapers Mill Rd., Felton, DE
(302-284-3494)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Kathy Main (Carroll), 397 Draper Mill Rd., Felton, DE 19943
(302-284-3494)
NMI Pres. – Belinda Brittain (Fern), 432 Willow Grove Rd., Felton, DE 19943 (302-284-3959)
Church Board Sec. – Michael Drobotan (Wanda), 3279 Hourglass Rd., Hartly, DE 19953
(302-492-8804)
Church Treas. – Wanda Drobotan, 3279 Hourglass, Rd., Hartly, DE 19953
(302-492-8804)
Seaford (Organized 1955) (071-0950)
Location – 25667 Faith Ln., Seaford, DE 19973
(fax: 302-629-3929; 302-629-3929)
Pastor – (04/12) Larry A. Whaley (Stacie), 25668 Faith Ln., Seaford, DE 19973
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-258-5644)
Review Date – Appointment
Church Board Sec. – Beverly Lambden, 10174 Airport Rd., Seaford, DE 19973
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-629-4358)
Church Treas. – Anne Allen, 10570 Old Furnace Rd., Seaford, DE 19973
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-629-7626)
Severn Grace Pointe Community (Organized 1945) (071-0550)
Location – 61 Gambrills Rd., Severn, MD 21144
(Web: www.gpccn.org;
E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 410-987-1667; 410-987-6777)
Pastor – (08/01) Phillip W. Bolerjack (Rosanne), 601 Yearling Ct., Severn, MD 21144
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-551-0891)
Review Date – 08/15
Assoc. Pastor /Children – Robin E. Curtis (Todd), 743 Rosewood Rd., Severn, MD 21144
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-302-8567)
Assoc. Pastor /Youth – Brian L. Miller, 1840-A Cedar Dr., Severn, MD 21144
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-848-1634)
Assoc. Pastor /Latino – Liliana C. Llerena, 244 Ironshire S., Laurel, MD 20724
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-317-0782)
Assoc. Pastor /Counseling – Kay Hedge (Morris), 10308 Balsamwood Dr., Laurel, MD 20708
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-661-0091)
Worship Directors – Marvin & Crystal Norfleet, 1843 Unit 3, Mackall Dr., Ft. Meade, MD
20755
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-874-7577)
Business Manager – Gary Weslow (Dedreia), 206 Drum Ave. S., Pasadena, MD 21122
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-647-5265)
SDMI Supt. – Cyndi Klingensmith (Bill), 107 2 Ave., SE, Glen Burnie, MD 21060
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-787-1633)
NYI Pres. – Mike McGarry (Shelly), 8007 Grasons Ct., Severn, MD 21144
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-969-7589)
Adult Min. Dir. – Gill Lott, 927 Princeton Terr., Glen Burnie, MD 21060
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-310-4432)
Prime Time Co-Dir. – Linda DeBois, 200 Glencloter Ct., Severn Park, MD 21146
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-544-0529)
Glenda Bryner, 7903 WB&A Rd., Severn, MD 21144
(Email: [email protected]; 410-551-6052)
NMI Pres. – Lorn Taylor, 8013 Ponderosa Dr., Severn, MD 21144
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-519-0774)
Work & Witness Coord. – Jim Weslow, 1522 Strider Ct., Hanover, MD 21076
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-410-551-0957)
Church Board Sec. – Tara Clark, 214 Manchester Way, Elkridge, MD 21075
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-796-2396)
Church Treas. – Gary Weslow (Dedreia), 206 Drum Ave. S., Pasadena, MD 21122
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-647-5265)
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Shippensburg (Organized 1940) (071-0970)
Location – 415 E. Orange St., Shippensburg, PA 17257
(Web: www.shipnazarene.com;
E-mail: [email protected]; 717-532-7450)
Pastor – (07/96) Todd A. Risser (Christine), 412 E. Orange St., Shippensburg, PA 17257
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-530-1632)
Review Date – 07/14
Music Dir. – Derek D. Parson (Aubree), 9636 Forest Ridge Rd., Shippensburg, PA 17257 17257
(E-mail: [email protected]; 330-340-6678)
Assoc. Pastor/Child Care Dir. – Christine A. Risser (Todd), 412 E. Orange St., Shippensburg,
PA 17257
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-532-8064)
Assoc. Pastor/Child Care Dir. – DeVona L Cordell (Keith), 2899 Anthony Hwy., Chambersburg,
PA 17201
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-352-8490)
Assoc. Pastor/Youth – Derek D. Parson (Aubree), 9636 Forest Ridge Rd., Shippensburg, PA
17257
(E-mail: [email protected]; 330-340-6678)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Christine A. Risser (Todd), 412 E. Orange St., Shippensburg, PA 17257
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-532-8064)
NYI Pres. – Scott Mankamyer (Melissa), 471 Beech Tree St., Shippensburg, PA 17257
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-530-5522)
Prime Time Dir. – Blair McKim (Donna), 7 Courtney Dr., Shippensburg, PA 17257
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-477-8466)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Tim Karper, 2440 Lindsay Lot Rd., Shippensburg, PA 17257
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-530-9634)
NMI Pres. – Mary Alice Eaton, 4625 Railroad Rd., Chambersburg, PA 17202
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-264-9280)
Work & Witness Coord. – Kim Myers, 240 Old Sawmill Dr., Newburg, PA 17240
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717 423 5862)
Church Board Sec. – Mary Alice Eaton, 4625 Railroad Rd., Chambersburg, PA 17202
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-264-9280)
Church Treas. – Amy Varner (Brian), 2123 Lindsay Lot Rd., Shippensburg, PA 17257
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-532-3426)
Shippensburg The Harbor (CTM) (071-0038)
Location – (Mail: PO Box 625) 55 W. King St., Shippensburg, PA 17257
(Web: www.theharborofshippensburg.com; E-mail: [email protected];
717-530-5522)
Pastor – (05/13) Melissa J. Mankamyer (Scott), 471 Beech Tree St., Shippensburg, PA 17257
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-530-5522)
Review Date – Appointment
Silver Spring, MD Living Water International (CTM) (071-0025)
Location – (Mail: 9350 Whiskey Bottom Rd., Laurel, MD 20723) Montgomery Blair High
School, 51 University Blvd. East, Silver Spring, MD 20901
Pastor – J-Enock Guerrier (Yasmine), 9350 Whiskey Bottom Rd., Laurel, MD 20723
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-498-1323)
Review – Appointment
Smyrna Faith (Organized 1932) (071-0980)
Location – 1010 Clark Farm Rd., Smyrna, DE, 19977
(302-653-2235)
Pastor – (04/10) Jeannine M. Vander Haeghen (John), 3923 Wheatley’s Pond Rd., Smyrna, DE
19977
(Web: smyrnafaith.com;
E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 407-415-4597; 302-389-8277)
Review Date – 04/16
Assoc. Pastor – Lela A. Garrett, 951 Union Church Rd., Townsend, DE 19734
(302-312-5363)
Men’s Min. Dir. – John Vander Haeghen (Jenny), 3923 Wheatley’s Pond Rd., Smyrna, DE
19977
(302-389-8277)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Lela A. Garrett, 951 Union Church Rd., Townsend, DE 19734
(302-312-5363)
Church Board Sec. – Allen “JR” Jester, 321 Main St., PO Box 359, Cheswold, DE 19936
(302-382-2473)
Church Treas. – Ronald Parsons, 6575 Pearsons Corner Rd., Dover, DE 19904 (302-678-3044)
South Carroll (Organized 1972) (071-0982)
Location – 351 Liberty Rd., Eldersburg, MD 21784
(Web: www.sc-naz.org;
E-mail: [email protected]; 410-795-0178)
Pastor – (09/98) Joseph R. Ward (Ann), 351 Liberty Rd., Eldersburg, MD 21784
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 410-259-0982)
Review Date – Appointment
Education Director – Mike Wilmore, 1906 Canter Ln., Marriottsville, MD 21104
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-549-3695)
NYI Dirs. – Eric & Sarah Pulio, 1815 Sutton Ave., Halethorpe, MD 21227
(E-mail: Youth @sc-naz.org; 410-900-2743)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Sharon Shock, 321 W. Cherry Hill Ct., Reisterstown, MD 21136
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-833-9214)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Mitch Hollars, 6312 Farmington Ln. Woodbine, MD 21797
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-609-4608)
NMI Pres. – Alison Switzer (Frank), 4694 Scotsworth Way, Eldersburg, MD 21784
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-609-4601)
Church Board Sec. – Mike Wilmore, 1906 Canter Ln., Marriottsville, MD 21104
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-549-3695)
Church Treas. – Cheryl Hollars, 6312 Farmington Ln., Woodbine, MD 21797
(E-mail: [email protected]; 443-609-4608)
State College Bethel (Organized 1961) (071-0985)
Location – 3601 South Atherton St., State College, PA 16801
(Web: www.bethelnaz.net; E-mail: [email protected]; 814-466-6841)
Interim Pastor – Randall Smyre, 5 Newky Rd., New Columbia PA 17856
(E-mail: [email protected]; 570-713-9661)
Review Date – Appointment
Church Board Sec. – David Knepp, 107 Faust Cir., Bellefonte, PA 16823
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-880-9468)
Church Treas. – Carole Copeyon, 830 Upper Georges Valley Rd., Spring Mills, PA 16875
(E-mail: [email protected]; 814-574-1748)
Washington Community of Hope (Organized 1976) (071-1050)
Location – 905 Alabama Ave., SE, Washington, DC 20032
(Web: www.cohnaz.org;
E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 202-561-5842; 202-265-5841)
Pastor – (09/07) R. Larry Taylor (Julie), 901 Alabama Ave. SE, Washington, DC 20032
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-676-9801)
Review Date – 09/17
Worship & Communications – Tonya Tobe
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-350-5769)
Spiritual Ed. Dir. – Alvin Tobe
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-350-5769)
Ministry Operations Coord. – Julie Taylor, 901 Alabama Ave. SE, Washington, DC 20032
(E-mail: [email protected]; 240-676-9823)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Erika Jones
(E-mail: [email protected]; 202-315-7748)
NYI President – Jonathan Taylor
(E-mail: [email protected]; 202-423-7476)
Women’s Min. Dir./Fellowship Coord. – Victoria Jones, 8109 Barrett Rd., Fort Washington, MD
20744
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-567-1883)
NMI Pres./Men’s Min. Dir. – Nathaniel Jones, 8109 Barrett Rd., Fort Washington, MD 20744
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-567-1883)
Evangelism Min. Dir. – Keith Jones
(E-mail: [email protected]; 202-315-7748)
Single Parents Min. Leader – Debbie Spencer
(E-mail: [email protected]; 202-509-7660)
Recovery Min. Leader – Benita Sykes
(202-251-0297)
Church Treas. – Sonya T. Shaw, 1837 Monroe St., NW, Washington, DC 20018
(E-mail: [email protected]; 202-529-8225)
Washington Grace (Organized 1925) (071-1010)
Location – 1121 Larchmont Ave., Capitol Heights, MD 20743
(Web: www.gracenazch.org;
E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 301-736-0361; 301-736-7813)
Pastor – (01/08) Claude C. Joyner (Dolores), 4102 Buck Creek Rd., Temple Hills, MD 20748
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-894-7947)
Review Date – 01/17
Assoc. Pastor – Lillian A. Cooksey (Calvin), 11516 Chesley Ct., Mitchellville, MD 20721
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-390-0530)
Assoc. Pastor – Treasa M. Edwards (Ronald), 1126 Elfin Ave., Capitol Heights, MD 20743
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-516-2898)
Assoc. Pastor/SDMI Supt. – Dolores Joyner (Claude), 4102 Buck Creek Rd., Temple Hills, MD
20748
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-894-7947)
Music Dir. – Sharonne Mason, 3005 Black Thorn Ct., Upper Marlboro, MD 20774
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-574-2655)
NMI Pres. – Royce Scott, 1100 Larchmont Ave., Capitol Heights, MD 20743
(E-mail: Gr[email protected]; 301-735-6213)
Church Board Sec. – Claudine W. Dockery, 2416 Firehouse Rd., Landover, MD 20785
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-773-6609)
Church Treas. – Lillian A. Cooksey (Calvin), 11516 Chesley Ct., Mitchellville, MD 20721
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-390-0530)
Washington Mosaic (Organized 1917) (071-1030)
Location – 4401 16th St., NW, Washington, DC 20011
(Web: www.mosaicchurchdc.org;
E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 202-726-6983; 202-723-3252)
Pastor – (10/06) Rob P. Kazee (Jane), 1209 Delafield Pl., NW, Washington, DC 20011
(E-mail: [email protected]; 202-829-1293)
Review Date – 11/16
Assoc. Pastor/Youth – Andy C. Miller (Julie), 1519 Webster St., NW, Washington, DC 20011
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-991-2568)
Assoc. Pastor – Ashley M. Lawter, 908 Massachusetts Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20001
(864-542-7017)
Church Administrator – Taryol Latimer (Rich), 1521 Webster St., NW, Washington, DC 20011
(E-mail: [email protected]; 202-480-9402)
Food Justice Ministries Dir. – Kierra Jackson, 731 Girard St., NW, Washington, DC 20001
(E-mail: [email protected]; 847-644-8587)
Church Board Sec. – Rose Welcome (Doug), 315 Circle Ave., Takoma Park, MD 20912
(E-mail: [email protected]; 619-204-7595)
Church Treas. – Barbara Cunningham (Perry), 3408 Canberra St., Silver Spring, MD 20904
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-572-4774)
Washington The Table (CTM) (071-0047)
Location – (Mail: 1000 New Jersey Ave., SE, #104, Washington, DC 20003) 1020 H St., NE,
Washington, DC 20002
Pastor – (03/13) Kevin D. Lum (Charla), 1000 New Jersey Ave., SE, #104, Washington, DC
20003
(E-mail: [email protected]; 202-725-1041)
Westminster (Organized 1942) (071-1070)
Location – 147 Sullivan Rd., Westminster, MD 21157
(Web: www.westminsternazarene.org;
fax: 410-857-7450; 410-857-1477)
Interim Pastor – James F. Diggs, Jr. (Karrie), 280 Rebecca Ann Ct., Millersville, MD 21108
(301-633-0583)
Review Date –Appointment
Music Dir. – Stephanie Case, 238 Walgrove Rd., Reisterstown, MD 21136
(410-526-5218)
SDMI Supt. – Bill Eckard, PO Box 121, Westminster, MD 21158
(443-201-6317)
Church Board Sec. – Marilyn Baumgartner, 106 E. Myrtle St., Littlestown, PA 17340
(717-688-5557)
Church Treas. – Lyn Bowers, 2202 Halter Rd., Westminster, MD 21158
(443-388-4575)
Westminster First Latin American (Organized 2009) (071-0014)
Location – 147 Sullivan Rd., Westminster, MD 21157
Pastor – (06/12) Cesar A. Requena (Ana), 213 Lodestone Ct., Westminster Md. 21158
(E-mail: [email protected]; 410-908-1612)
Review Date – Appointment
Assoc. Pastor – Elvin Vllalta, 35 Sullivan Rd., Westminster, MD 21157
(443-289-6257)
Music Dir. – Jeovany Funes, 76 Shaefer Ave., Westminster, MD 21157
(443-547-9906)
Children’s Min. Dir. – Ana Requena, 213 Lodestone Ct., Westminster, MD 21158
(443-416-3542)
NYI Pres. – Alex Amaya, 1533 Clearwood Rd., Parkville MD 21234
(443-764-9494)
Men’s Min. Dir. –Fredys Rivera, 127 Bond St., Westminster MD, MD 21157
(443-821-9178)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Candy Lopez, 120 S. Ritters Ln., Owings Mills MD 21117 (410-935-6469)
NMI Pres. – Maria de los Angeles Colin, 77 Shafer Ave., Westminster, MD 21157
(410-374-0510)
Church Board Sec. – Heidy Funes Gaitan, 127 Bond St., Westminster, MD 21157
(443-789-8429)
Church Treas. – Wilmer Peraza, 61 John St., Apt. B; Westminster, MD 21157 (443-810-7251)
Karla Funes, 61 John St., Apt. B; Westminster, MD 21157
(410-900-8359)
Wilmington Haitian (Organized 2005) (071-1101)
Location – 2702 Kirkwood Hwy., Wilmington, DE 19805
(302-533-6220)
Pastor – Rodrigue Francois, 217 Shetlands Dr., New Castle, DE 19720
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-325-1609; cell: 302-437-4723)
Review Date – Appointment
SDMI Supt. – Lesly Juste, 6 Fairway Rd., Apt. 3B, Newark, DE 19711
Music Dir. – Joinis Alexandre, 2702 Kirkwood Hwy., Wilmington, DE 19805
NMI Dir. – Fortune Georges, 707 Parkman Dr., Bear, DE 19701
Church Board Sec. –Wesner Juste, 6 Fairway Rd., Apt. 3B, Newark, DE 19711
Church Treas. – Filio Lima, 43 Glencoe Dr., Newark, DE 19702
York Stillmeadow (Organized 1938) (071-1120)
Location – 400 Stillmeadow Ln., York, PA 17404
(Web: www.Stillnaz.com;
E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 717-764-4153; 717-764-4888)
Lead Pastor – (8/90) Bayse H. “Bud” Reedy (Sally), 1500 Angel Dr., York, PA 17404
(E-mail: [email protected]: 717-577-3074)
Review Date – 08/16
Pastor/Assimilation/Recreation – R. Wayne Lynch (Carol), 3036 Bitternut Blvd., York, PA
17404
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-577-2758)
Pastor/Admin./Urban Min. – Kent D. Vandervort (Veronica), 24 Dewey St., York, PA 17404
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-577-4246)
Pastor/Children/Fellowship – Dianna M. Sheeley (Bill), 55 Catalina Dr., Mt. Wolf, PA 17347
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-577-6004)
Pastor/Youth/Compassion – Joshua A. Kleinfeld (Aubrey), 307 W. Cottage Pl., York, PA 17401
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-577-6446)
Pastor/San Antonio Texas Campus – Abiel Hernandez (Lynn), 102 Saxon St., San Antonio, TX
78213
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-495-8042)
Assoc./Worship Min. – Sam C. Reynolds (Anna), 3523 Indian Rock Dam Rd., York, PA 17408
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-542-8890)
Assoc./YCC – Gregory K. Gordon (Roshelle), 2351 Sycamore Rd., York, PA 17408
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-764-4616)
Assoc./YCC – Roshelle T. Gordon, 2351 Sycamore Rd., York, PA 17408
(E-mail: [email protected]; (717-880-6649)
Assoc./YCC – Dan H. Kemper (Michelle), 2305 Cottonwood Rd, York, PA 17408
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-434-8186)
Assoc./YCC – Scott A. Beattie (Lisa), 650 Wallace St., York, PA 17403
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-854-2811)
Assoc./YCC – Jade E. Frederick (Chastity), 313 W. Cottage Pl., York, PA 17401
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-434-3223)
Assoc./YCC – Indalecio Byron de Leon (Jeanett), 350 East Chestnut St., York, PA 17403
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-329-4617)
Assoc./YCC – Veronica Vandervort (Kent), 24 Dewey St., York, PA 17404
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-487-2430)
Assoc./YCC – Kurt A. Anderson, 6330 Bull Rd., Dover, PA 17315
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-673-7508)
Assoc./Miss./Comp. – Isabell N. Clark, 219 Basil St., Marietta, PA 17547
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-916-4618)
Evangelism Dir. – Don Leiphart (Elaine), 1334 Greenbriar Rd., York PA 17404
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-332-7839)
NMI Pres. – Isabell N. Clark, 219 Basil St., Marietta, PA 17547
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-916-4618)
Work & Witness Coord. – JoAnn Hull, 7518 Woodland Dr., Spring Grove, PA 17362
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-646-9011)
Day School Dir. – Sue Cox, 2921 Wilmar Dr., Dover, PA 17315
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-332-4051)
Men’s Min. Dir. – Wayne Rumsey, 3429 Chardonnay Dr., York, PA 17404
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-558-3140)
Women’s Min. Dir. – Dianne Smeigh, 795 Robin Hill Cir., York, PA 17404
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-434-3349)
Church Treas. – Sue Cox, 2921 Wilmar Dr., Dover, PA 17315
(E-mail: [email protected]; 717-332-4051)
Role Code
Date indicates year of credential, license, commission or recognition and letter indicates status as
follows:
CED – Christian Education Minister
GS – General Superintendent
CHP – Chaplain
PAS – Pastor (including New Starts)
DA – District Assignment
PSV – FT/PT – Pastoral Service
DIA – District Interim Assigned
RA – Retired Assigned
DS – District Superintendent
RU – Retired Unassigned
EDU – Education
SEC – Song Evangelist, Commissioned
ESR – Evangelism Service, Retired
SER – Song Evangelist, Registered
EVC – Evangelist, Commissioned
SPC – Special Service/Interdenominational
EVR – Evangelist, Registered
STU – Student
EVT – Evangelist, Tenured
TRF – In Process of Transfer
GA – General Church Assignment
U – Unassigned
F. ORDAINED ELDERS
2013 PSV-FT
Adams, Candice J., 187 Highland Dr., Bedford, PA 15522
(Bedford)
(814-623-8565)
2006 PAS
Adams, Michael D., 187 Highland Dr., Bedford, PA 15522
(Bedford)
(814-623-8565)
2009 PAS
Adjocy, Daniel, 23 Truman Ct., Dover, DE 19904
(Dover Haitian)
(302-677-0516)
2012 U-13
Alger, Jeremy D., 12244 Bonmot Pl., Reisterstown, MD 21136
(Rising Sun)
(410-558-7305)
1999 PSV-FT
Alsbrooks, A. Gregg, 1411 Gunston Rd., Bel Air, MD 21015
(Bel Air)
(443-617-6429)
2006 PAS
Argueta, Walter R., 112 Allgate Rd., Owings Mills, MD 21117
(Owings Mills Latin American First)
(443-517-8492)
2000 PAS
Arispe, J. Freddy, 1624 Alexander Ave., Chambersburg, PA 17201
(Chambersburg Latino)
(717-267-1214)
2013 PSV-FT
Arispe, Ruth, 1624 Alexander Ave., Chambersburg, PA 17201
(Chambersburg Latino)
(717-267-1214)
1995 RA/PSV-PT Augustin, J. Robert, 24396 Beaver Dam Dr., Seaford, DE 19973-7729
(Federalsburg Haitian)
(302-628-1774)
1994 DA
Balch, Kenneth R., 1439 Nestlewood Ct., Crofton, MD 21114-2842
(Glen Burnie Corridor)
(410-294-0512)
1983 PAS
Barkley, Gary W., 510 Oldtown Rd., Cumberland, MD 21502
(Cumberland First)
(301-777-1076)
2008 PAS
Batchelder, Jonathan W., 1606 Scott Rd., Pylesville, MD 21132
(Fawn Grove)
(410-452-5711)
1992 RU
Baughman, James E., PO Box 3679, Pflugerville, TX 78691
(York Stillmeadow)
([email protected])
2014 PSV-FT
Beckert, Kristen A., 8370 Ocean Gateway, Unit #2, Easton, MD 21601
(Easton Real Life Chapel)
(215-237-4959)
1999 CHP
Beiler, Janelle M., 6622 Oak Ridge Dr., Hebron, MD 21830
(Salisbury Cross Pointe)
(410-341-6929)
1998 U-12
Beiler, Joel K., 6622 Oak Ridge Dr., Hebron, MD 21830
(Salisbury Cross Pointe)
(410-341-6929)
2009 U-14
1984 PAS
1969 RA
1973 RA
2003 SPC
1999 PAS
1997 DIA
1982 PAS
2001 STU
2008 PSV-PT
2013 PAS
2002 SPC
2011 PAS
1951 RA
2005 PSV-FT
2013 SPC
1958 RA
2009 PSV-FT
1996 RA
2007 PSV-FT
2003 GS
1959 RA
1988 GA
2003 PSV-PT
Benson, Preston P., 3707 Savannah Ave., Bakersfield, CA 93313
(State College Bethel)
Bolerjack, Phillip W., 601 Yearling Ct., Severn, MD 21144
(Severn Grace Pointe Community)
(410-551-0891)
Borgal, John E., PO Box 117, Fawn Grove, PA 17321
(Fawn Grove)
(717-862-3804)
Bowen, David E., 601 13th St., Huntingdon, PA 16652
(Petersburg)
(814-643-0832)
Bowen, Jr., Gordon E., 3570 Lewisberry Rd., York Haven, PA 17370
(Dover Mountain Grove Chapel)
(717-938-2487)
Brittain, Jr., Fern L., 432 Willow Grove Rd., Felton, DE 19943
(Sandtown)
(302-284-3959)
Brown, David R., PO Box 7572, York, PA 17404
(Ellicott City Crossroads)
(717-880-5448)
Buchanan, Paul D., 5900 Whaleboat Dr. #104, Clarksville, MD 21029
(Mount Airy New Beginning)
(443-535-0057)
Burnell, Judy D 1709 Gatehouse Ct, Bel Air, MD 21014
(Bel Air)
(518-253-5801)
Cahill, Geraldine L., 31931 Carneros Ave., Lewes, DE 19958
(Lewes Living Hope)
(301-535-3164)
Calderon, Cesar J., 136 S. Ritters Ln., Owings Mills, MD 21157
(Baltimore Latino)
(443-986-3319)
Campbell, Jr., Jonathan Ramby., 885 Westport Dr., Rockledge, FL 32955
(Melwood)
(321-507-4611)
Campoz, Lionel A., 8335 Woodward St., Savage, MD 20763
(Ellicott City Primera Iglesia)
(240-344-5174)
Carnahan, Roy E., 1900 Trolley Rd., Apt. 303, York, PA 17408
(York Stillmeadow)
(717-764-8729)
Carney, Judith L., 194 Rose Hill Dr., New Cumberland, PA 17070
(New Cumberland)
(717-774-9580)
Carr, Rachael H., 308 S. Washington St., Milford, DE 19963
(Milford)
(207-216-7911)
Caswell, Quentin C., 151 Peace Cir., New Oxford, PA 17350
(Bel Air)
(717-624-4415)
Cooksey, Lillian A., 11516 Chesley Ct., Mitchellville, MD 20721
(Washington Grace)
(301-390-0530)
Cooper, John S., Sr., 12704 Midwood Ln., Bowie, MD 20715
(Glen Burnie)
(301-464-0078)
Cordell, DeVona L., 2899 Anthony Hwy., Chambersburg, PA 17201
(Shippensburg)
(717-352-8490)
rd
Crocker, Gustavo A., 21519 W. 53 Terr., Shawnee, KS 66226
(Ellicott City Crossroads)
Crouse, W. Nevin, 21182 Marsh Creek Rd. #51, Preston, MD 21655-1575
(Easton Real Life Chapel)
(410-822-0165)
Cunningham, Floyd T., c/o Global Mission, 17001 Prairie Star Pkwy.,
Lenexa, KS 66220 (Gaithersburg)
Davidson, Thomas E., 214 Prospect Cir., Shrewsbury, PA 17361
2014 PSV-FT
2012 PSV-FT
1970 PAS
2002 U-14
2000
PSV-FT
1991 RA
1991 RU
1988 PAS
2007 SPC
2006 PSV-FT
1969 RA
2010 PAS
1982 EDU
2014 PSV-PT
2003 DIA
1988 PAS
1981 CHP
2014 PSV-PT
1987 DA
2010 PAS
2010 PSV-FT
1961 PAS
2003 PAS
(New Freedom Trail)
(515-657-2642)
Davis, Kevin E., 129 Hunters Ln., Alum Bank, PA 15521
(Ryot)
(814-276-3046)
Dayhoff, David C., 27779 Nanticoke Rd., Salisbury, MD 21801
(Salisbury Cross Pointe)
(814-644-8058)
Dayhoff, David F., 11718 Valley Rd., NE, Cumberland, MD 21502
(Cumberland Bethel)
(301-724-9343)
Decker, Ellen R., 1930 Andover Dr., Dover, PA 17315
(Dover Mountain Grove)
(717-292-7254)
de Leon, Indalecio. Byron, 350 E. Chestnut St., York, PA 17403
(York Stillmeadow)
(717-329-4617)
Deskins, Grover C., 35 Gill Dr., Newark, DE 19713
(Newark First)
(302-738-6483)
DeVinney, Timothy, 5925 YO-Hubbard Rd. #45, Hubbard, OH 44425
(Washington Grace)
(330-534-0087)
DiCamillo, John R., 821 Springdale Ave., Annapolis, MD 21403
(Annapolis)
(410-263-5469)
Dickens, Duane E., 1015 51st St., NE, Washington, DC 20019
(Baltimore Lighthouse Community)
(202-398-5615)
Dickt, Stacy R., 3264 Captain Dement Dr., Waldorf, MD 20603
(Saint Charles LifeStream))
(912-816-6585)
Diffenderfer, Richard G., 9357 Morfontaine Rd., Peyton, CO 80831
(Frederick First)
(719-886-4728)
Diggs, Jr., James F., 280 Rebecca Ann Ct., Millersville, MD 21108
(Glen Burnie Corridor)
(301-633-0583)
Dillman, Stephen W., 3150 Sky Top Trail, Dover, PA 17315
(York Stillmeadow)
(717-421-5147)
Dorleans, Gerold, 210 Old Laurel Rd., Georgetown, MD 19947
(Delmar Haitian)
(302-856-3165)
Dunlap, Eric G., 595 Media Rd., Oxford, PA 19363
(Hanover Trinity)
(570-709-2657)
Dunlap, Gerald R., 1150 Westminster Ave., Hanover, PA 17331
(Hanover Trinity)
(717-632-6954)
Earlston, Ray L., Jr., 215 William Smith St., Huntingdon, PA 16652
(McConnellstown)
(814-643-7171)
th
Earp, David W., 302 16 St., New Cumberland, PA 17070
(New Cumberland)
(717-770-2033)
Edouard, Roland, 25382 Waterview, Seaford, DE 19973
(Federalsburg Haitian)
(302-629-6768)
Enciso, Edgar, 215 Harpers Way, Frederick, MD 21702
(Gaithersburg Latino)
(301-518-2557)
Enciso, Maria Z., 215 Harpers Way, Frederick, MD 21702
(Gaithersburg Latino)
(240-315-5494)
Evans, Arthur J., 421 Roanoke Ave., Oakland, MD 21550
(Oakland)
(301-334-9161)
Evans, Cheryl M., 1788 N. Little Creek Rd., Dover, DE 19901
(Dover The Cross)
(302-730-4780)
1983 PAS
Evans, Timothy J., 1788 N. Little Creek Rd., Dover, DE 19901
(Dover The Cross)
(302-730-4780)
2013 PSV-FT
Fey, Andrew R., 6306 White Cove Dr., Salisbury, MD 21801
(Salisbury Cross Pointe)
(410-430-7352)
2008 PSV-FT
Fisher, Kenneth P., 10606 New Hope Rd., Frostburg, MD 21532
(Frostburg)
(301-689-6751)
2010 CHP
Fleming, Jody B., 570 Cloverleaf Rd., York, PA 17406
(Dover Mountain Grove)
(717-266-6201)
2004 PAS
Fleurantus, Jimmy, 420 Fisher Ave., Milford, DE 19963
(Milford Haitian)
(302-422-7737)
1987 RA
Florestal, Stenio, 505 Collins St., Salisbury, MD 21801
(Delmar Haitian)
(410-603-2820)
2011 PSV-PT
Flowers, Roy A., 24037 Sugar Cane Ln., Gaithersburg, MD 20882
(Rockville)
(301-253-4578)
1998 PAS
Folk, Eric R., 401 N. High St., Martinsburg, WV 25401
(Martinsburg)
(304-582-8431)
1998 PAS
Fraser, Ralph A., 204 S. Wilson St., Laurel, DE 19956
(Laurel)
(302-875-4241)
2003 PAS
Fry, George H., 185 Water Works Rd., Gettysburg, PA 17325
(Gettysburg Harvest Field Community)
(301-829-1312)
st
2006 PAS
Garrett, Mark S., 10113 51 Ave., College Park, MD 20740
(College Park)
(240-880-8387)
1982 RU
Gates, LaVerne L., 1041 Willow Ct., NE, Palm Bay, FL 32907-2129
(Hanover Trinity)
2008 PSV-PT
Gordon, Gregory K., 2351 Sycamore Rd., York, PA 17408
(York Stillmeadow)
(717-764-4616)
1997 PAS
Gray, R. Neal, 8512 Fowler Ave., Baltimore, MD 21234
(Baltimore Parkville)
(410-882-7733)
2011 PSV-FT
Gray, Vicki L., 8512 Fowler Ave., Baltimore, MD 21234
(Baltimore Parkville)
(410-882-7733)
1994 RA
Green, Sr., George J., 68 Montebello Rd., Duncannon, PA 17020
(Petersburg)
(814-644-3298)
2005 RA
Greenwald, Carole A., 7020 Buttonbush Loop, Harmony, FL 34773
(Ellicott City Crossroads)
(407-593-1016)
1997 RA
Gross-Cyrus, Estelle E., 25 Westmount Rd. North, Apt. 802, Waterloo,
Ontario N2L5G7, Canada
(Severn Grace Pointe Community)
(410-878-6332)
1957 RA/PSV-PT Grosse, Robert E., 144 Clearview Rd., Hanover, PA 17331
(Hanover Trinity)
(717-632-3447)
1972 PAS
Grosvenor, Steven R., 627 Mallard Dr., Etters, PA 17319
(New Cumberland)
(717-938-4994)
2009 PAS
Guerrier, JeanEnock, 9350 Whiskey Bottom Rd., Laurel, MD 20723
(Silver Spring Living Water International)
(301-498-1323)
1975 RU
Hannah, Donald R., 1600 Peach Tree Run, Magnolia, DE 19962
(Milford)
(302-697-6428)
2002 SPC
Hardman, Mark J., 1708 Crescent Rd., York, PA 17403
(York Stillmeadow)
(717-683-5029)
1991 PAS
Hardy, Kevin T., 2700 Rocky Glen Way, Ellicott City, MD 21043
(Ellicott City Crossroads)
(410-465-5066)
1982 PAS
Haskell, Verne A., 24708 Sotterley Rd., Hollywood, MD 20636
(Hollywood)
(301-373-2506)
2013 PSV-FT
Hause, Stephen P., 301 Coulburn Mill Rd., Salisbury, MD 21804
(Salisbury Cross Pointe)
(913-526-0435)
1983 PAS
Heap, Philip J., 16822 Centerfield Way, Olney, MD 20832
(Rockville)
(301-570-8463)
2010 TRF
Heckman, Grant W., In Process of Transfer to Chicago Central
2008 PSV-FT
Hernandez, Abiel, 102 Saxon St., San Antonio, TX 78213
(York Stillmeadow)
(717-495-8042)
1986 RA
Hess, William R., 163 Trail Rd., Hershey, PA 17033
(Taneytown NorthWest Community)
1998 GA
Howard, Dana S., 2122 Hyndman Rd., Hyndman, PA 15545
(Cumberland Bethel)
(814-842-6245)
1971 RA/PSV-PT Huffman, Kenneth E., 10710 Crescent Shore Dr., Lincoln, DE 19960
(Milford)
(302-349-4598)
2002 EDU
Hull, Brian C., 505 Talbot Dr., Wilmore, KY 40390
(Bel Air)
(859-858-3511)
1988 RA
Joge, Eleodoro, 5710 Tennyson St., Riverdale, MD 20737
(College Park Fountain of Grace)
(240-646-4900)
2009 PSV-FT
Johnson, Janet M., 8219 Quentin St., New Carrollton, MD 20784
(Melwood)
(301-474-1984)
1986 PAS
Johnson, Steven L., 230 Stanford Rd., Hagerstown, MD 21742
(Hagerstown)
(301-992-1971)
2003 PAS
Joyner, Claude C., 4102 Buck Creek Rd., Temple Hills, MD 20748-4931
(Washington Grace)
(301-894-7947)
2014 PSV-PT
Kamugish, 9607 Wellington St., Lanham, MD 20706
(College Park Resurrection Power of Christ)
(301-731-3509)
1996 PAS
Kazee, Rob P., 1209 Delafield Pl., NW, Washington, DC 20011
(Washington Mosaic)
(202-829-1293)
2014 PSV-FT
Kemper, Daniel H., 2305 Cottonwood Rd., York, PA 17408
(York Stillmeadow)
(717-434-8186)
2014 PSV-FT
Kessler, Nicole M., 124 Dickens Ln., Felton, DE 19943
(Milford)
(443-942-3034)
2010 PSV-FT
Kleinfeld, Joshua A., 307 West Cottage Pl., York, PA 17401
(York Stillmeadow)
(717-577-6446)
2009 PAS
Kraynek, Danny L., 348 Sue Linn Dr., Chambersburg, PA 17202
(Chambersburg Mosaic)
(717-504-8187)
1970 RU
Kuhn, Melvin L., 14109 Rippling Brook Dr., Silver Spring, MD
20906-2304 (Washington Mosaic)
(301-460-3505)
2013 PSV-PT
LaPearl, Jr., Clark F., 34778 Legacy Ln., Pittsville, MD 21850
(Berlin The River)
(410-835-5057)
1987 PAS
Leroy, Charles, 11110 Church Rd., Seaford, DE 19973
2001 PAS
1950 RU
2012 PSV-FT
1976 PAS
1983 U-14
1988 RA
2010 PAS
1996 PSV-FT
2010 SPC
1996 PAS
2000 GA
2013 PAS
2000 U-14
1998 CHP
2007 PAS
2007 U-14
1987 SPC
2008 RA
1966 RA
1991 PAS
1985 PAS
2006 PAS
2013 PAS
(Delmar Haitian)
(302-628-1234)
Lesniewski, Gregory J., 5825 Newton Ave., Huntington, PA 16652
(McConnellstown)
(814-251-9786)
Levin, Edward W., 4217 Pinewood Dr., Ayden, NC 28513
(Newark First)
(252-746-8384)
Lloyd, Patricia J.M., 400 9th St., Apt. 401, Huntingdon, PA 16652
(Petersburg)
(814-360-1340)
Long, Russell J., 914 E. Broadway, Bel Air, MD 21014
(Bel Air)
(410-838-1682)
Looper, Paul R., 8218 Whitebark Ln., Severn, MD 21144
(Glen Burnie)
(410-599-1181)
Loring, Robert V., 2362 John Deere Ln., Pennsylvania Furnace, PA 16865
(Laurel Fellowship)
(814-574-6471)
Lum, Kevin D., 1000 New Jersery Ave., SE, #104, Washington, DC
20003 (Washington The Table)
(202-725-1041)
Lynch, R. Wayne, 3036 Bitternut Blvd., York, PA 17404
(York Stillmeadow)
(717-577-2758)
Mack, Jason M., 402 N. Eau Claire Ave., Apt. #111, Madison, WI 53705
(Glen Burnie Corridor)
(608-293-2118)
MacPherson, Paul D., 41745 Eldon Ct., Leonardtown, MD 20650
(Leonardtown)
(301-690-2871)
Mann, Douglas E., 81 Spring Meadow Rd., Hanover, MA 02339
(Bel Air)
(781-753-6685)
Mantilla, Luis O., 10 Livingstone Terr., Frederick, MD 21702
(Frederick West Latino)
(240-626-8312)
Martinez, Guadelupe, 14808 Staytonville Rd., Lincoln, DE 19960
(Milford)
(302-236-9405)
Mason, W. Jeffrey, 1276 Braileigh Ln., Virginia Beach, VA 23455
(Fawn Grove)
(330-212-7900)
Massey, Mark C., 530 Ocean Pkwy., Berlin, MD 21811
(Berlin The River)
(443-513-6448)
Maxey, Randall A., 109 Thomas Ave., Dallastown, PA 17313
(New Freedom Trail)
(717-244-4019)
McClain, Rickey A., 301 Colburn Mill Rd., Salisbury, MD 21804
(Salisbury Cross Pointe)
(205-240-8855)
McDonald, Lewis N., 413 Grasmere Dr., Aberdeen, MD 21001-1834
(Chestertown)
(410-778-4061)
McKim, Blair H., 7 Courtney Dr. (PO Box 307), Shippensburg, PA 17257
(Shippensburg)
(717-477-8466)
Merki, Robert P., 8 Stoney Pkwy, Thurmont, MD 21788
(Frederick First)
(301-271-1191)
Merki, Stephen P., 17 Quailwood Pkwy., LaPlata, MD 20646
(Saint Charles LifeStream)
(301-934-1699)
Merritt, Paul D., 10662 Greensboro Rd., Denton, MD 21629
(Denton)
(410-479-1752)
Metayer, Jacques E., 903 Hamilton Blvd., Hagerstown, MD 21742
1940 RA
1981 RU
2010 PSV-FT
1968 RA
1976 RA
2001 PAS
1971 DS
1989 PAS
2010 PSV-FT
2009 PSV-PT
1971 RA
2003 PAS
1974 RA
1992 PAS
1998 U-14
1963 RA
2007 PAS
1976 PAS
1993 PAS
1986 SPC
1997 PAS
1994 DIA
1966 RA
(Hagerstown Haitian)
(240-313-9175)
Mickel, Ralph A., 9980 McCreary Rd., Shippensburg, PA 17257
(Shippensburg)
(717- 532-8742)
Milburn, Gary A., 510 Military Rd., Frederick, MD 21702
(Frederick First)
(301-620-0996)
Miller, Brian L., 1840-A Cedar Dr., Severn, MD 21144
(Severn Grace Pointe Community)
(443-848-1634)
Miller, Hilbert O., 875-B Menno Village, Chambersburg, PA 17201
(Chambersburg Mosaic)
(717-263-9488)
Mills, Carlton A., 22284 Woodlawn Ave., Brooksville, FL 34601
(Newark First)
Mills, Jonathan A., 113 Wilkerdean Dr. East, Newark, DE 19711
(Newark First)
(302-286-0119)
Mills, Kenneth L., 9600 Swallow Point Way, Montgomery Village, MD
20886 (Gaithersburg)
(301-325-1902)
Mohnkern, Mark R., 7603 Shavers Creek Rd., Petersburg, PA 16669
(Petersburg)
(814-669-1575)
Mohnkern, Sherril A., 7603 Shavers Creek Rd., Petersburg, PA 16669
(Petersburg)
(814-669-1575)
Monington, Stephen M., 1425 Church St., Cumberland, MD 21502
(Cumberland First)
(301-722-3127)
Moore, Richard A., 65 Pear Tree Ln., Colora, MD 21917
(Rising Sun)
(443-907-4462)
Moser, Matthew D., 1624 Lynch Rd., Baltimore, MD 21222
(Baltimore Dundalk)
(410-282-2084)
Moser, Thomas W., 555 Barts Church Rd., Hanover, PA 17331
(Hanover Trinity)
(717-359-9432)
Moyers, James R., 377 Nottingham Rd., Elkton, MD 21921
(Elkton)
(410-398-8935)
Ndambuki, John M., 6916 Lamont Dr., Lanham, MD 20706
(College Park African)
(301-552-2451)
Nees, Thomas G., 1520 Briarcliff Rd., Arnold, MD 21012
(Washington Community of Hope)
(410-315-9943)
Nelson, Sadrack, 230 Stanford Rd., Hagerstown, MD 21742
(Jessup New Generation)
(615-200-2141)
Nicklow, Darrell R., PO Box 1, Orbisonia, PA 17243
(Orbisonia)
(814-447-3277)
Nielson, John W., 7108 Antock Pl., Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
(Melwood)
(301-559-6703)
Nutt, Charles A., 557 Lakeside Dr., New Freedom, PA 17349
(New Freedom Trail)
(615-775-4526)
Oscal, Rogelio, 2914 Harris Ave., Silver Spring, MD 20902
(Rockville Latino)
(301-942-5131)
Osterhout, Clyde N., 819 N. High St., Duncannon, PA 17020
(New Cumberland)
(717-834-6340)
Ottinger, M. Lorraine, 139 Elk Dr., Felton, DE 19943
(Sandtown)
(302-284-8689)
1998 PAS
Palma Martinez, Carlos, 4211 Romlon St., #303, Beltsville, MD 20705
(College Park Fountain of Grace)
(301-254-3306)
1979 PAS
Parker, Ronald G., 26242 Quantico Creek Rd., Hebron, MD 21830
(Salisbury Cross Pointe)
(410-742-5546)
1975 RA/PSV-PT Parry, Harold O., 26428 Rudder Rd., Long Neck, DE 19966
(Laurel)
(302-231-8133)
2013 PSV-FT
Parson, Derek D., 9636 Forest Ridge Rd., Shippensburg, PA 17257-9284
(Shippensburg)
(330-340-6678)
1985 RA/PSV-PT Pettit, James V., 3111 Hourglass Rd., Hartly, DE 19953
(Dover The Cross)
(302-492-3612)
2012 GA
Phillips, Jonathan E., 111 Frysville Rd., York, PA 17406
(York Stillmeadow)
(717-889-4608)
2009 PAS
Pierre, Francius, 6903 25th Ave., Hyattsville, MD 20781
(Hyattsville Primitive Haitian)
(202-747-8666)
1996 PAS
Porterfield, Dan A., 5798 Pleasant Ridge Rd., Harrisonville, PA 17228
(Pleasant Ridge)
(717-573-4586)
1997 PAS
Prahl, Richard K., 4 Merryweather Dr., Cambridge, MD 21613
(Cambridge)
(443-204-2865)
2011 PSV-FT
Prahl, Sharon L., 4 Merryweather Dr., Cambridge, MD 21613
(Cambridge)
(443-204-2865)
2004 PAS
Presta, Jorge O., 518 Saltoun Ave., Odenton, MD 21113
(Annapolis Latino)
(410-674-4626)
2014 PAS
Presta, Laura C., 518 Saltoun Ave., Odenton, MD 21113
(Easton Latino)
(410-674-4626)
1988 PAS
Pulido, Victor Raul, 5 Teakwood Ct., Baltimore, MD 21234
(Baltimore Brooklyn)
(410-663-0915)
1958 RA
Ray, Allen G., PO Box 2774, Alpharetta, GA 30023
(Hanover Trinity)
(678-366-3268)
2008 PSV-PT
Raymond, Wilfrid, 28821 Seaford Rd., Laurel, DE 19956
(Delmar Haitian)
(302-875-4564)
1981 PAS
Reedy, Bayse H., 1500 Angel Dr., York, PA 17404
(York Stillmeadow)
(717-577-3074)
1980 PAS
Reter Jr., Robert J., 6596 Delta Rd., Delta, PA 17314
(Delta)
(717-456-5003)
1999 PSV-FT
Risser, Christine A., 412 E. Orange St., Shippensburg, PA 17257
(Shippensburg)
(717-530-1632)
1997 PAS
Risser, Todd A., 412 E. Orange St., Shippensburg, PA 17257
(Shippensburg)
(717-530-1632)
1983 RA
Roberts, Richard A., 403 Mauser Dr., Bel Air, MD 21015
(Bel Air)
(443-567-2683)
1973 RA
Rodriguez, Walter R., Roque Saenz Pena, M 40, S1, Shangrila, Canelones,
Uruguay (Ellicott City Primera Iglesia)
(011-598-96-555-861)
1995 RA
Rolan, Michael P., 301 Buddington Rd. Lot 2, Groton, CT 06340
(Martinsburg)
(860-391-3556)
2004 PSV-PT
Rotich, Daniel C., 10302 Buena Vista Ave., Lanham, MD 20706
1995 PAS
1994 PAS
2000 CHP
2012 PAS
2007 PSV-FT
2013 PSV-FT
2012 PAS
1977 RA
2005 PSV-FT
2002 PSV-PT
2010 PAS
2004 SPC
2003 PAS
2013 PAS
2008 PAS
2003 PAS
1998 DIA
1975 DA
2002 RA
1975 DA
1989 PAS
1990 PSV-FT
2009 PSV-FT
(Laurel Fellowship)
(240-646-6363)
Routh, C. Michael, 1222 Sedge Ct., Pasadena, MD 21122
(Glen Burnie)
(410-255-6204)
Roxby III, Arthur T., 6 NW, Salevan Pl., Milford, DE 19963
(Milford)
(302-422-9042)
Ruska, Hans C., 353-A Reed Rd., Ft. Campbell, KY 42223
(Severn Grace Pointe Community)
Sarnor, Lucille M., 11002 Cherry Hill Rd., Hyattsville, MD 20783
(College Park Healing Temple)
(301-422-0882)
Sawtelle, Andrea M., 143 N. Edgewood Dr., Hagerstown, MD 21740
(Hagerstown)
(301-393-3627)
Schafer, Brian C., 8921 Warfield Rd., Gaithersburg, MD 20882
(Gaithersburg)
(240-388-5533)
Scott, Ryan A., 194 Vincent Cir., Middletown, DE 19709
(Middletown Village)
(857-544-3954)
Shabo, Alexander J., 185 Lynnhaven Dr., Dover, DE 19904
(York Stillmeadow)
(302-399-6262)
Sheeley, Dianna M., 55 Catalina Dr., Mt. Wolf, PA 17347
(York Stillmeadow)
(717-577-6004)
Shehan, Ronald L., 711 Church St., Apt. 620, Huntingdon, PA 16652
(McConnellstown)
(814-386-4289)
Short, Frank E., 10286 Tuckahoo Landing Rd., Easton, MD 21601
(Easton Real Life Chapel)
(443-786-4650)
Sierra, Samuel, 1557 Bennington Woods Ct., Reston, VA 20194
(Gaithersburg)
(703-435-1639)
Singleton, Sandra, 8500 Mike Shapiro Dr., Clinton, MD 20735
(Baltimore Lighthouse Community)
(301-967-0238)
Slifker, Steven T., 6455 Old Highgate Dr., Elkridge, MD 21075
(Columbia Alive Community)
(410-379-8498)
Smith, George S., 201 N. Main St., Yeagertown, PA 17099
(Burnham Freedom Way)
(717-248-5439)
Smith, Timothy P., 211 McCulloh St., Frostburg, MD 21532
(Frostburg)
(301-689-3368)
Smyre, Randall, 5 Newky Rd., New Columbia, PA 17856
(Bedford)
(570-713-9661)
Sowden, Terry S., 532 Elizabeth Ln., Glen Burnie, MD 21061
(Baltimore Dundalk)
(443-562-6473)
Spangler, Dawn I., 1023 Swarthmore Rd., New Cumberland, PA 17070
(New Cumberland)
(717-774-3604)
Sparks, David J., 331 Mystic Ln., Magnolia, DE 19962
(Dover The Cross)
(302-632-0029)
Spitler, Benjamin L., 22101 Goshen School Rd., Gaithersburg, MD 20882
(Gaithersburg)
(301-947-9054)
Spitler, Kelly C., 22101 Goshen School Rd., Gaithersburg, MD 20882
(Gaithersburg)
(301-947-9054)
Sweeney, Amber M., 7815 Locris Dr., Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
2004 PSV-PT
2008 PSV-FT
1982 PAS
2001 PAS
2007 PAS
1959 RA
1980 PSV-FT
1987 PAS
2007 PAS
2004 PSV-PT
1987 PSV-PT
1989 SPC
1986 RU
1974 EDU
1991 PAS
1992 PSV-FT
2013 PAS
2004 PSV-PT
1994 PAS
2005 STU
2014 PAS
2010 CHP
2006 PAS
(Melwood)
(301-814-4592)
Sweeney, Henry H., III, 7815 Locris Dr., Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
(Melwood)
(301-814-4593)
Sweeney, Terry L., 10156 Clearspring Rd., Damascus, MD 20872
(Gaithersburg)
(301-253-2252)
Swope, Willis G., 193 Apple Orchard Cir., Berkeley Springs, WV 25411
(Hancock Grace)
(304-258-7712)
Taylor, Craig D., 333 Carlton Dr., Milton, DE 19968
(Lewes Living Hope)
(302-664-1476)
Taylor, R. Larry, 901 Alabama Ave., SE, Washington, DC 20032
(Washington Community of Hope)
(240-676-9801)
Tazelaar, Clifford H., 4869 S. DuPont Hwy., Dover, DE 19901
(Milford)
(302-697-2643)
Tharp, Noah A., 1608 Cass Dr., Bel Air, MD 21015
(Bel Air)
(410-420-0777)
Thomas, Paul E., 107 Mechanics Valley Rd., North East, MD 21901
(North East)
(410-287-5526)
Thomas, J. Willeme, 210 Hickory Ln., Seaford, DE 19973
(Federalsburg Haitian)
(302-629-7149)
Thompson, Philip R., 405 7th Ave., NE, Glen Burnie, MD 21060
(Halethorpe Connections)
(410-766-0260)
Thompson, Timothy E., 806 N. Washington, Easton, MD 21601
(Cambridge)
(410-924-6206)
Thyrion, Glenn L., PO Box 333, Fort Sumner, NM 88119
(Gaithersburg)
(545-355-7359)
Tichinel, Bertha E., 1802 Mt. Zion Rd., Swanton, MD 21561
(Oakland)
(301-453-3265)
Tink, Fletcher L., 1700 E. Meyer Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64131
(Rockville)
(816-268-5496)
Truax, Rodney C., 803 Harrison Ave., Berkeley Springs, WV 25411
(Berkeley Springs)
(304-258-4412)
Vandervort, Kent D., 24 Dewey St., York, PA 17404
(York Stillmeadow)
(717-577-4246)
Vander Haeghen, Jeannine M., 3923 Wheatley’s Pond Rd., Smyrna, DE
19977 (Smyrna Faith)
(407-415-4597)
Van Gilder, Karen M., 4933 Small Gains Way, Frederick, MD 21703
(Gaithersburg)
(240-750-8993)
Vatral, David S., 16531 Susquehanna Trail South, New Freedom, PA
17349 (New Freedom Trail)
(717-227-1322)
Voiles, Gregory D., 3019 Rugby Pk., Jamestown, TN 38556
(Washington Mosaic)
Vyas, A. Ajay, 2109 Chantilla Rd., Catonsville, MD 21228
(Halethorpe Connections)
(410-615-0082)
Wagner, B. Tim, 4 Clairburn Dr., Mechanicsburg, PA 17050
(New Cumberland)
(717-433-0661)
Ward, Blake E., 555 Concorde St., Havre de Grace, MD 21078
1995 PAS
2004 CHP
1969 RA
1995 PAS
1968 RU
2010 PSV-FT
1980 PAS
1985 RA
2012 PAS
2006 TRF
1997 SPC
(Havre de Grace The Great Commission)
(410-378-4659)
Ward, Joseph R., 351 Liberty Rd., Eldersburg, MD 21784
(South Carroll)
(410-795-0178)
Weatherwax, Jason D., 9409 Armour Rd., Millington, TN 38053
(Hollywood)
Weller, Thomas, 1963 Bell Ave., Chambersburg, PA 17202
(Shippensburg)
(717-414-7437)
Wells, Jr., G. Robert, 7913 Heather Mist Dr., Severn, MD 21144
(Laurel Fellowship)
(410-846-5389)
White, Richard C., 108 Trevor Ridge Dr., Holly Springs, NC 27540
(Baltimore Dundalk)
(919-280-2671)
Willemin, Jared M., 27751 Nanticoke Rd., Salisbury, MD 21801
(Salisbury Cross Pointe)
(410-202-9792)
Wilson, Richard A., 2626 Tome Hwy., Colora, MD 21917
(Rising Sun)
(443-340-6166)
Wuest, Ronald W., Sr., 215 S. Jackson St., Woodbury, NJ 08096
(Dover The Cross)
(609-338-8154)
Zerphy, Jr., Peter M., 929 Dewey Ave., Hagerstown, MD 21742
(Hagerstown Hope Bridge)
(301-302-9240)
G. ORDAINED DEACONS
Heckman, Amy L., In Process of Transfer to Chicago Central
Lahr, Jr., Burdette, 1813 Ashcombe Dr., Dover, PA 17315
(York Stillmeadow)
(717-308-0707)
H. LICENSED MINISTERS
2012 PSV-PT (2-E) Alton, Tara L., 419 Triton St., Crestview, FL 32536-5457
(Dover The Cross)
(910-286-3462)
2014 PSV-PT (4-E) Anderson, Kurt D., 6330 Bull Rd., Dover, PA 17315
(York Stillmeadow)
(717-673-7508)
2007 PSV-FT (4-E) Bailey, Marjorie C., 6140 Silver Arrows Way, Columbia, MD 21045
(Halethorpe Connections)
(410-872-0767)
2008 STU (3-E)
Barton, Adam C., 1443 Graceton Rd., Fawn Grove, PA 17321
(Fawn Grove)
(717-818-8455)
2011 PSV-PT (3-E) Beattie, Scott A., 650 Wallace St., York, PA 17403
(York Stillmeadow)
(717-854-2811)
2014 PAS (3-E)
Blades, David A., 3109 Jenkins Ln., Indian Head, MD 20640
(Indian Head)
(cell: 301-751-3800; 301-861-6703)
2013 STU (3-E)
Bogle, Evan, 425 Maple St., Manchester, PA 17345
(York Stillmeadow)
(717-332-4748)
2011 PSV-PT (G-E) Breedlove, David, R., 331 Westminster Ave., Hanover, PA 17331
(Hanover Trinity)
(717-515-1404)
2013 PSV-PT (2-E) Bright, Kay Lynn, 1750 Peachtree Run, Magnolia, DE 19962
(Dover The Cross)
(302-697-2515)
2006 PSV-PT (3-E) Buchanan, Danette A., 5900 Whaleboat Dr. #104, Clarksville, MD 21029
(Mount Airy New Beginning)
(443-535-0057)
2012 PAS (4-E)
Calderon, M. Ester., 136 S. Ritters Ln., Owings Mills, MD 21157
2010
2014
2007
2014
2014
2011
2010
2009
2011
2011
2012
2013
2010
2014
2010
2014
2012
2013
2014
2014
2014
2012
2011
(Baltimore Latino)
(443-986-3319)
PSV-PT (G-E) Carlisle, Fredrick M., PO Box 110, Milford, DE 19963-0110
(Milford)
(302-858-2037)
PSV-PT (2-E) Chavez, Jesus, 112 Allgate Rd., Owings Mills, MD 21117
(Owings Mills Latin American First)
(443-916-0499)
PSV-PT (2-E) Clark, Isabell N., 219 Basil St., Marietta, PA 17547
(York Stillmeadow)
(717-916-4618)
PSV-FT (3-E) Curtis, Robin E., 743 Rosewood Rd., Severn, MD 21144
(Severn Grace Pointe Community)
(410-302-8567)
STU (2-E)
Dickt, Christy R. 3264 Captain Dement Dr., Waldorf, MD 20603
(Saint Charles LifeStream)
(912-816-6585)
PSV-PT (2-E) Duperoy, Beauvoir, 258 E. Pembroke Dr., Smyrna, DE 19977
(Dover Haitian)
(302-373-6592)
PSV-PT (3-E) Edwards, Treasa M., 1126 Elfin Ave., Capitol Heights, MD 20743
(Washington Grace)
(301-516-2898)
PSV-PT (2-E) Ellison, James L., PO Box 160, Rising Sun, MD 21911
(Elkton)
(410-658-4970)
STU (2-E)
Fey, Angela, 6306 White Cove Dr., Salisbury, MD 210801
(Salisbury Cross Pointe)
(410-430-7352)
PSV-PT (2-E) Francois, Rodrigue, 217 Shetland Dr., New Castle, DE 19720
(Wilmington Haitian)
(302-325-1609)
PSV-PT (2-E) Frederick, Jade E., 313 W. Cottage Pl., York, PA 17401
(York Stillmeadow)
(717-848-8963)
PSV-PT (3-E) Garrett, Lela A., 951 Union Church Rd., Townsend, DE 19734
(Smyrna Faith)
(302-378-2973)
PSV-PT (3-E) Gordon, Roshelle T., 2351 Sycamore Rd., York, PA 17404
(York Stillmeadow)
(717-764-4616)
PSV-PT (3-E) Hanshew, Garet O. 15722 Fairview Rd., Hagerstown, MD 21742
(Hagerstown Hope Bridge)
(240-675-0583)
PSV-PT (2-E) Herbert, Lexa S., 6411 South Clifton Rd., Frederick, MD 21703
(Mount Airy New Beginning)
(301-371-7867)
STU (2-E)
Hobbs, Benjamin A., 10533 Tralee Terr., Damascus, MD 20872
(Mount Airy New Beginning)
(703-475-2806)
PSV-FT (G-E) Jennings, Kristi L.,6215 Kerrick Dr., LaPlata, MD 20646
(Saint Charles LifeStream)
(301-934-4893)
STU (3-E)
Jones, Andrew P., 3955 Old Federal Hill Rd., Jarrettsville, MD 21084
(Rising Sun)
(410-652-7598)
PSV-FT (2-E) Jones, Christina A., 12908 Allerton Ln., Silver Spring, MD 20904
(Ellicott City Crossroads)
(410-543-4009)
PSV-PT (3-E) Joyner, Dolores L., 4102 Buck Creek Rd., Temple Hills, MD 20748
(Washington Grace)
(301-894-7947)
PSV-PT (2-E) Jurado, Olivia L., 116 Allgate Rd., Owings Mills, MD 21117
(Owings Mills Latin American First)
(443-876-6209)
STU (2-E)
Kapfer, Robert G., 16 Fitzhugh St., Westminster, MD 21157
(Westminster)
(410-984-5651)
PSV-PT (4-E) Kasecamp, Jr., James W., 13700 Chipmunk Ln., NE, Cumberland, MD
2013
2014
2014
2014
2011
2011
2014
2012
2000
2014
2013
2012
2013
2014
2014
2012
2012
2013
2013
2009
2010
2008
2012
21502 (Cumberland First)
(301-759-2567)
PSV-PT (2-E) Lawter, Ashley M., 908 Massachusetts Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20001
(Washington Mosaic)
(864-542-7017)
PSV-PT (2-E) Leach, Dana C., 8908 Town and Country Blvd., Apt B, Ellicott City MD
21043 (Halethorpe Connections)
(443-546-6458)
PSV-PT (2-E) Leach, Khristine C. 8908 Town and Country Blvd., Apt B, Ellicott City
MD 21043 (Halethorpe Connections)
(443-627-9490)
PSV-PT (4-E) Lopez, Fredy G., 1 E. Cherry Hill Rd., Reisterstown, MD 21136
(Owings Mills Latin American First)
(240-440-1037)
PSV-PT (3-E) Lyons, Christopher L., 17842 Virginia Ave., Hagerstown, MD 21740
(Hagerstown)
(301-665-1855)
PAS (4-E)
Mankamyer, Melissa J., 471 Beech Tree St., Shippensburg, PA 17257
(Shippensburg The Harbor)
(717-530-5522)
PSV-PT (4-E) Mendez, Juan J., 1702 Gunwood Pl., Crofton, MD 21114
(Annapolis Latino)
(443-694-1560)
PSV-FT (3-E) Miller, Andrew C., 1519 Webster St., NW, Washington, DC 20011
(Washington Mosaic)
(717-991-2568)
GA (G-D)
Prescott, Robert L., 2416 Fox Creek Ln., Davidsonville, MD 21035
(Severn Grace Pointe Community)
(410-451-3729)
PSV-PT (2-E) Remsch, Brian S., 13812 Unionville Rd., Mt Airy, MD 21771
(Mount Airy New Beginning)
(240-529-5550)
PAS (2-E)
Requena, Cesar A., 213 Lodestone Ct., Westminster, MD 21158
(Westminster First Latin American)
(410-908-1612)
PSV-PT (2-E) Reynolds, Samuel C., 3523 Indian Rock Dam Rd., York, PA 17408
(York Stillmeadow)
(717-542-8890)
PAS (2-E)
Rivera-Toledo, Eli S., 12432 Fallen Timbers Cir., Hagerstown, MD 21740
(Hagerstown Latino)
(301-992-8156)
STU (2-E)
Rotz, Richard A., 1079 Celeste Rd., Shippensburg, PA 17257
(Shippensburg)
(717-360-3234)
PSV-PT (2-E) Sichory, Jose L., 69 Elmwood Dr., Smyrna, DE 19977
(Newark First)
(302-526-7611)
PSV-PT (G-E) Sorensen, Charlene C., 11541 Timberbrook Dr., Waldorf, MD 20601
(Saint Charles LifeStream)
(301-374-6516)
PSV-PT (G-E) Thomas, Joseph H., 28 SME, Shippensburg, PA 17257
(Chambersburg Mosaic)
(717-532-3924)
PSV-PT (3-E) Thompson, Lynda J., 470 Judith Rd., Hartley, DE 19953
(Dover The Cross)
(302-423-1662)
PSV-PT (2-E) Valenstein, Eric W., 7828 Marioak Dr., Elkridge, MD 21075
(Halethorpe Connections)
(410-926-0020)
PSV-FT (3-E) Valenstein, Shane R., 10105 Nicolson Rd, Ellicott City, MD 21042
(Ellicott City Crossroads)
(410-971-0991)
PAS (3-E)
Whaley, Larry A., 25668 Faith Ln., Seaford, DE 19973
(Seaford)
(302-258-5644)
PSV-FT (3-E) Wolfe, Rebekah L., 1904 Sterretts Gap Ave., Carlisle, PA 17013
(Carlisle)
(717-243-3756)
PSV-PT (3-E) Wright, Kathleen S., 745 Mockingbird Dr., Dallastown, PA 17313
2013 PAS (2-E)
(York Stillmeadow)
(434-566-9842)
Yenco, Luis A., 1141 Dicus Mill Rd., Millersville, MD 21108
(Rockville First Spanish)
(240-793-6796)
Date indicates year licensed; course of study status indicated as follows: (2) -Year in Course of
Study; (G) - Graduated; (E) - Elder; (D) - Deacon
2014
2007
2008
2009
I. DISTRICT LAY MINISTERS
Huntington, James R., PO Box 193, Odessa. DE 19730
(Middletown Oasis Community)
Jones, Nathaniel, 8109 Barrett Rd., Fort Washington, MD 20744
(Washington Grace)
Kasecamp, Debra L., 13700 Chipmunk Ln. NE, Cumberland, MD 21502
(Cumberland First)
Skarupa, Ronald A., 2434 Garrett Rd., White Hall, MD 21161
(Baltimore Dundalk)
(808-385-5999)
(301-567-5329)
(301-759-2567)
(410-335-8943)
J. RETIRED MINISTERS
Augustin, J. Robert, 24396 Beaver Dam Dr., Seaford, DE 19973-7729 (Federalsburg Haitian)
(302-628-1774)
Baughman, James E., PO Box 3679, Pflugerville, TX 78691 (York Stillmeadow)
([email protected])
Borgal, John E., PO Box 117, Fawn Grove, PA 17321 (Fawn Grove)
(717-862-3804)
Bowen, David E., 601 13th St., Huntingdon, PA 16652 (Petersburg)
(814-643-0832)
Carnahan, Roy E., 1900 Trolley Rd., Apt. 303, York, PA 17408 (York Stillmeadow)
(717-764-8729)
Caswell, Quentin C., 151 Peace Cir., New Oxford, PA 17350 (Bel Air)
(717-624-4415)
Cooper, John S., Sr., 12704 Midwood Ln., Bowie, MD 20715 (Glen Burnie)
(301-464-0078)
Crouse, W. Nevin, 21182 Marsh Creek Rd. #51., Preston, MD 21655 (Easton Real Life Chapel)
(410-822-0165)
Deskins, Grover C., 35 Gill Dr., Newark, DE 19713 (Newark First)
(302-738-6483)
DeVinney, Timothy, 5925 Youngstown-Hubbard Rd. #45, Hubbard, OH 44425 (Washington
Grace)
(330-534-0087)
Diffenderfer, Richard G., 9357 Morfontaine Rd., Peyton, CO 80831 (Frederick First)
(719-886-4728)
Florestal, Stenio, 505 Collins St., Salisbury, MD 21801 (Delmar Haitian)
(410-603-2820)
Gates, LaVerne L., 1041 Willow Ct., Palm Bay, FL 32907-2129 (Hanover Trinity)
Green, Sr., George J., 68 Montebello Rd., Duncannon, PA 17020 (Petersburg) (814-644-3298)
Greenwald, Carole A., 7020 Buttonbush Loop, Harmony, FL 34773 (Ellicott City Crossroads)
(407-593-1016)
Gross-Cyrus, Estelle E., 25 Westmount Rd. North, Apt. 802, Waterloo, Ontario N2L 5G7,
Canada (Severn Grace Pointe Community)
(410-878-6332)
Grosse, Robert E., 144 Clearview Rd., Hanover, PA 17331 (Hanover Trinity)
(717-632-3447)
Hannah, Donald R., 1600 Peach Tree Run, Magnolia, DE 19962 (Milford)
(302-697-6428)
Hess, William R., 163 Trail Rd., Hershey, PA 17033 (Taneytown NorthWest Community)
(717-857-7992)
Huffman, Kenneth E., 10710 Crescent Shore Dr., Lincoln, DE 19960 (Milford) (302-349-4598)
Joge, Eleodoro, 5710 Tennyson St., Riverdale, MD 20737 (College Park Fountain of Grace)
(301-918-0292)
Kuhn, Melvin L., 14109 Rippling Brook Dr., Silver Spring, MD 20906 (Washington Mosaic)
(301-460-3505)
Levin, Edward W., 4217 Pinewood Dr., Ayden, NC 28513 (Newark First)
(252-746-8384)
Loring, Robert V., 2362 John Deere Ln., Pennsylvania Furnace, PA 16865 (Laurel Fellowship)
(814-574-6471)
McDonald, Lewis N., 413 Grasmere Dr., Aberdeen, MD 21001-1834 (Chestertown)
(410-778-4061)
McKim, Blair H., 7 Courtney Dr., (PO Box 307) Shippensburg, PA 17257-0307 (Shippensburg)
(717-477-8466)
Mickel, Ralph A., 9980 McCreary Rd., Shippensburg, PA 17257 (Shippensburg) (717-532-8742)
Milburn, Gary A., 510 Military Rd., Frederick, MD 21702 (Frederick First)
(301-620-0996)
Miller, Hilbert O., 875-B Menno Village, Chambersburg, PA 17201 (Chambersburg Mosaic)
(717-263-9488)
Mills, Carlton A., 4265 Hoffman Ave., Spring Hill, FL 34606 (Newark First)
Moore, Richard A., 65 Pear Tree Ln., Colora, MD 21917 (Rising Sun)
(443-907-4462)
Moser, Thomas W., 555 Barts Church Rd., Hanover, PA 17331 (Hanover Trinity)(717-359-9432)
Nees, Thomas G., 1520 Briarcliff Rd., Arnold, MD 21012 (Washington Community of Hope)
(410-315-9943)
Ottinger, M. Lorraine, 139 Elk Dr., Felton, DE 19943 (Sandtown)
(302-284-8689)
Parry, Harold O., 26428 Rudder Rd., Long Neck, DE 19966 (Laurel)
(302-231-8133)
Pettit, James V., 3111 Hourglass Rd., Hartly, DE 19953 (Dover The Cross)
(302-492-3612)
Ray, Allen G., PO Box 2774, Alpharetta, GA 30023 (Hanover Trinity)
(678-366-3268)
Roberts, Richard A., 403 Mauser Dr., Bel Air, MD 21015 (Bel Air)
(443-567-2683)
Rodriguez, Walter R., Roque Saenz Pena, M 40, S 1, Shangrila, Canelones, Uruguay
(Ellicott City 0primera Iglesia)
(011-598-96-555-861)
Rolan, Michael P., 32 Sunnieside Dr., Niantic, CT 06357 (Martinsburg)
(860-391-3556)
Spangler, Dawn I., 1023 Swarthmore Rd., New Cumberland, PA 17070 (New Cumberland)
(717-774-3604)
Tazelaar, Clifford H., 4869 S. DuPont Hwy., Dover, DE 19901 (Milford)
(302-697-2643)
Tichinel, Bertha E., 1802 Mt. Zion Rd., Swanton, MD 21561 (Oakland)
(301-453-3265)
Weller, Thomas, 1963 Bell Ave., Chambersburg, PA 17202 (Shippensburg)
(717-414-7437)
White, Richard C., 108 Trevor Ridge Dr., Holly Springs, NC 27540 (Baltimore Dundalk)
(919-280-2671)
Wuest, Sr., Ronald W., 215 South Jackson Street, Woodbury, NJ 08096 (Dover The Cross)
(609-338-8154)
K. RETIRED LAY MISSIONARIES
Handloser, Rose R., PO Box 327, Frederica, DE 19946
(302-335-4939)
II. General Information
A. RECEIVED ON TRANSFER
Elders
Rachael H. Carr, Maine District; Andrew R. Fey, Upstate New York District;
Guadalupe Martinez, Southwest Latin American District;
Hilbert O. Miller, Southwest Indiana District; Carlos Palma Martinez, South East Guatemala
District
Deacons
None
Licensed Ministers
Ronny Etienne, Southern Florida District; Angela Fey, Upstate New York District;
Ashley M. Lawter, South Carolina District; Kathleen S. Wright, Virginia District
B. GRANTED TRANSFER
Elders
Grant W. Heckman, Chicago Central District (In Process); Thomas L. Laymon, Philadelphia
District;
Charles F. Legg, Missouri District; Kenneth J. McCoy, Oklahoma District; Rebecca F. McCoy,
Oklahoma District; Abner P. Valenzuela, Northern California District;
Barry G. Whetstone, East Ohio District
Deacons
Amy L. Heckman, Chicago Central District (In Process); Vernon F. Sprague, North Florida
District
Licensed Ministers
Ronny Etienne, Southern Florida District; Steven A. Legg, Missouri District;
Kettlyne Michel, Southern Florida District
C. ELECTED TO ELDER'S ORDERS
Kristen A. Beckert, Kevin E. Davis, Gerold Dorleans, David W. Earp, Joakim Kamugisha,
Daniel H. Kemper, Nicole M. Kessler, Laura C. Presta, A. Ajay Vyas
D. GRANTED RETIRED RELATIONSHIP
George J. Green, Sr.; Robert V. Loring; Richard A. Roberts; Alexander J. Shabo
E. DROPPED FROM THE MINISTERIAL ROLL
Elders
Gordon C. Dunlap (filed his credentials with prejudice)
Licensed Ministers
James R. Huntington, Liliana Llerena, Rebecca M. Oliver
F. GRANTED MINISTER'S LICENSE
Kurt D. Anderson, David A. Blades, Jesus Chavez, Robin E. Curtis, Christy R. Dickt,
Garet O. Hanshew, Benjamin A. Hobbs, Christina A. Jones, Dolores L. Joyner, Olivia L. Jurado,
Dana C. Leach, Khristine C. Leach, Fredy G. Lopez, Juan L. Mendez, Brian S. Remsch,
Richard A. Rotz, Jose L. Sichory
G. APPROVED FOR SPECIAL SERVICE / INTERDENOMINATIONAL
Gordon E. Bowen Jr., Jonathan R. Campbell Jr., Rachael H. Carr, Duane E. Dickens,
Mark J. Hardman, Burdette Lahr, Jr., Jason M. Mack, Rickey A. McClain, Charles A. Nutt,
Samuel Sierra, Glenn L. Thyrion.
H. DECEASED
Elders
Joseph D. Byers, Euel M. Fox, Thomas H. Gray, David E. Sparks
I. NEWLY ORGANIZED CHURCHES
College Park Resurrection Power of Christ
Easton Latino
Hyattsville (now Rockville First Spanish)
J. CHURCHES DECLARED INACTIVE
College Park African
K. CHURCHES DROPPED
Clarksville Wellspring (CTM), College Park New Leaf (CTM)
L. CHURCH DISORGANIZED
Frederick Hispanic (approved 2013)
M.. CHURCH NAME CHANGES
College Park Latino to College Park Fountain of Grace
Hyattsville to Rockville First Spanish
N.. CHURCH PLANTS
Chambersburg, PA Latino; Damascus, MD; Frederick, MD West Latino; Glen Burnie, MD
Corridor; Hurlock, MD United; Hyattsville, MD Primitive Haitian; Laurel, MD Fellowship;
Lewes, DE Living Hope; Melwood, MD Latino; Middletown, DE Oasis Community;
Middletown, DE Village; Salisbury, MD Deaf Church; Severn, MD Latino; Silver Spring, MD
Living Water International
O.. WHERE TO SEND MONIES
World Evangelism Fund (5.5%), Approved Specials (Alabaster, LINKS, Mission Radio, etc)
General Treasurer, PO Box 843116, Kansas City, MO 64184-3116
Funding The Mission (10%) (This 10% covers District Ministries Fund, Pension Fund, Eastern
Nazarene College, NMI, SDMI, NYI), Missional Ministry Pledge, Family Camp Pledge,
Health Insurance Premiums, Term Life Insurance Premiums – District Treasurer, Mid-
Atlantic District Missional Resource Center, 108 Central Ave., Glen Burnie, MD 21061
Nazarene Bible College Offering – Nazarene Bible College, 1111 Academy Park Loop,
Colorado Springs, CO 80910-3717
Nazarene Theological Seminary Offering – Nazarene Theological Seminary, 1700 East Meyer
Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64131
District Nazarene Missions International – (Adult International, Youth International and
Domestic Work and Witness Projects; General Missionary Christmas Pledge; Builders
Club; District Missionary Special Care Pledge) – Mid-Atlantic District NMI Treasurer,
c/o Mr. E. Jay Lewis, 6680 Manadier Rd., Easton, MD 21601
Fawn Grove Compassion Center – (Shipping for Clothing, Crisis Care Kits & School Packs; and
Contributions) – Fawn Grove Compassion Center, 5300 Fawn Grove Rd., Pylesville, MD
21132
III. Plan of Examination
District Ministerial Studies Board
Williamson Bible Institute
A Mid-Atlantic Training Center
Chairman/Director/Registrar – Terry S. Sowden, 108 Central Ave., Glen Burnie, MD 21061
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 443-557-0455; office: 443-557-0450;
cell: 443-562-6473; home: 410-553-0551)
Academic Dean – Arthur T. Roxby, III, 11 N W Salevan Pl., Milford, DE 19963
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-393-3967)
Secretary – Gary W. Barkley, 510 Oldtown Rd., Cumberland, MD 21502
(E-mail: [email protected] office: 301-777-1480; cell: 301-697-4357)
Treasurer – Karen B. Gray, 932 8th St., Pasadena. MD 21122
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 443-995-2116)
Web Site – Rebecca F. McCoy
(E-mail: [email protected]; cell: 717-817-4599)
RCOAC Rep. – John W. Nielson, 6906 Woodyard Rd., Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 301-599-6730; office: 301-599-6700;
cell: 301-318-8962)
Latino Rep. – Philip J. Heap, 16822 Centerfield Way, Olney, MD 20832
(E-mail: [email protected]; 301-570-8463)
Haitian Rep. – J. Willeme Thomas, 210 Hickory Ln., Seaford, DE 19973
(E-mail: [email protected]; 302-629-7149)
Eligibility
The District Ministerial Studies Board (DMSB)/Williamson Bible Institute (WBI) serves
students who are properly enrolled. Enrollment is open to local ministers, local lay ministers
(Manual ¶ 402.1); ministers of music, and all persons sensing a call of God upon their lives to
Christian service.
Courses
The DMSB/WBI oversees the preparation of both Elder and Deacon candidates as well as
laypersons desiring to be better prepared to serve in their local and district churches.
Ministers will not be ordained without having completed their respective courses,
participation in the Ministry Assessment Center, the three Ordination Seminars and approved by
the Mid-Atlantic District Board of Ministry.
Modes of Study
The recommended mode of preparation for full-time Christian service is by attending a
Nazarene liberal arts college or university and, if possible, the Nazarene Theological Seminary in
Kansas City, Missouri. Other modes are the Nazarene Bible College in Colorado Springs,
Colorado and the Williamson Bible Institute, a Mid-Atlantic Training Center. Please be aware
that the general church’s Module Program is under the immediate supervision of Williamson
Bible Institute.
A validated course of study is discussed in the Manual ¶ 424.3 entitled, “General
Curriculum Areas for Ministerial Preparation”. A validated course of study is described in the
following categories: Content, Competency, Character, and Context as found in Manual 242.3.
All college/university programs must meet these competency statements. Preparation for the
ordained ministry pursued in non-Nazarene schools or under non-Nazarene auspices shall be
evaluated by the District Ministerial Studies Board/Williamson Bible Institute in conformity with
the curricular requirements stated in the Manual.
Procedures
1. Each candidate is instructed to purchase a SMD in order to become familiar with the
details of the entire program.
2. Unless written approval has been granted by the Chairman and Academic Dean of
Williamson Bible Institute all students will complete their course of study through Williamson
Bible Institute. The exception will be those enrolled in a higher educational institution. The
Chairman is to be informed if a candidate is enrolled in a higher educational institution.
3. Registration for classes is done through the treasurer for Williamson Bible Institute.
More details may be obtained from Karen B. Gray, WBI Treasurer, 7-G Queen Victoria Way,
Chester, MD 21619.
4. Candidates will be required to participate in the Ministry Assessment Center (MAC)
Weekend sponsored by the Board of Ministry through Williamson Bible Institute prior to
receiving their first district minister’s license. Candidates transferring to the Mid-Atlantic
District will also be required to attend the Ministry Assessment Center (MAC) regardless of their
placement in the course of study.
5. Candidates should be prepared to appear for an interview as called upon by the District
Board of Ministry, at the date, time, and place specified.
College/University Students
College/university students are responsible to submit to the DMSB/WBI, documentary
evidence of academic standing in harmony with Manual. College/university students are
reminded to plan their curriculum in harmony with Manual ¶ 424.3. Yearly updates/transcripts
should be submitted to the Registrar of WBI by the student showing completed course work.
The final transcript upon graduation will be evaluated by the Registrar and Academic Dean of
WBI, and requirements stated in the current Manual will not be waived.
Where To Go
1. For information or guidance, go first to the Director/Registrar or to the Academic
Dean. If you are not currently enrolled in the Course of Study, but are interested in enrollment,
first contact your pastor then contact the Registrar.
2. For relevant application forms (for district assembly recognition and renewal), contact
the district secretary, Terry S. Sowden, 108 Central Ave., Glen Burnie, MD 21061.
(E-mail: [email protected]; fax: 443-557-0455; office: 443-557-0450; cell: 443-562-6473;
home: 410-553-0551).
3. More information may be obtained at www.williamsonbible.org.
IV. Daily Proceedings
FIRST MORNING
Sunday, March 30, 2014
A time of corporate worship was held before the official One Hundred-Fifty-seventh
Annual District Assembly was called to order. Dr. Kenneth L. Mills, District Superintendent,
welcomed those attending and gave a Call to Worship from Psalms 100. Stephanie Case and the
Halethorpe, MD Connections Worship Band led the congregation in a time of singing, followed
by the reading of Isaiah 55:1-13 by Rev. Claude C. Joyner. The Worship Team then led the
congregation in a song of preparation for prayer.
Dr. Mills led the congregation in district family prayer, followed by a reading from the
Gospels, John 15:9-17, by Rev. DeVona L. Cordell.
An offering was received
Stephanie Case presented special music, after which Dr. Kenneth L. Mills, District
Superintendent gave a stirring message from Joshua 5:13-15 entitled “Whose Side Are You On?
Dr. Kenneth L. Mills led the congregation in corporate readings of scripture and The
Apostles’ Creed. Following prayer, he gave instructions and the congregation participated in
Holy Communion. The Worship Team led the congregation in singing and Rev. Terry S.
Sowden, District Secretary made brief announcements. Dr. Kenneth L. Mills pronounced the
benediction.
FIRST EVENING
Sunday, March 30, 2014
The opening session of the One Hundred-Fifty-seventh Annual Assembly of the MidAtlantic District of the Church of the Nazarene began at 5:45 p.m. with pre-service music
presented by Dana Leach and the Worship Team from the Halethorpe, MD Connections Church.
The evening’s service was opened with a district missional video clip. District
Superintendent Kenneth L. Mills welcomed those in attendance. The Worship Team led the
congregation in a time of singing praises. Dr. Kenneth L. Mills then introduced Rev. Kevin T.
Hardy who brought greetings from our host church, Ellicott City Crossroads.
Dr. Mills again thanked those who participated in 40 days of prayer and introduced the
theme of this year’s Mission Advance as “Woven Together to Move with God”.
Rev. Osmany B. Espinosa read passages found in Ephesians 4:11-16.
Dr. Mills introduced Rev. Larry A. Whaley of Seaford, DE, along with Rev. Ralph A. Fraser of
Laurel, DE who told the story of the relationship between the Laurel, DE Church and the
Seaford, DE Church. Dr. Mills also introduced Joakim Kamugisha of College Park, MD
Resurrection Power of Christ Church who told of the bringing together of many African tribes
into one church fellowship. Dr. Mills then prayed for both pastors and their congregations.
The offering was received while special music was provided by the choir from the
College Park Resurrection Power of Christ Church.
Dr. Mills introduced Dr. David W. Bowser, Pastor in West Flint, MI, as the guest speaker
for tonight’s service.
Dr. Bowser spoke on the topic “Missional Life in Thin Places”, using Jeremiah 6:16 as
his text.
The Worship Team led the congregation in a closing song and at 8:00 p.m. and Dr.
Kenneth L. Mills closed the evening session with prayer.
SECOND DAY
Monday Morning, March 31, 2014
The assembly met for a breakfast fellowship at 8:30 a.m. in the main ballroom.
At 9:10 a.m., the Worship Team began the session with leading the congregation in
singing.
Dr. Kenneth L. Mills, District Superintendent welcomed the assembly and then called the
Assembly to order. Prayer was given by Rev. Joshua Kleinfeld, District NYI President. The
“Mid Atlantic District” video was presented.
Rev. Terry S. Sowden, District Secretary, called attention to page A-1 in the assembly
delegate book entitled, “Assembly Organization–2014”. Reference was made to the items on this
page for approval. A motion was made, seconded, and carried to adopt all recommendations.
District Superintendent Dr. Kenneth L. Mills greeted and introduced several visitors to the
Assembly:
 Dr. Corlis A. McGee, President of Eastern Nazarene College
 Dr. Stephen W. Dillman, Director of Church Relations at Eastern Nazarene College
 Victoria Bolduc, Admissions Counselor of Eastern Nazarene College
Dr. Mills then introduced Don Lain of Nazarene Foundation, who spoke to the assembly
about the purpose of the Nazarene Foundation.
Dr. Mills called for the reports on page E-1 & E-4 of the assembly book. Rev. Terry S.
Sowden called for the Board of Ministry, Partial Report No. 1, Ministerial Transfers. A motion
was made, seconded and carried to adopt the report.
Rev. Terry S. Sowden read the Board of Ministry Partial Report No. 2, which was the
recommendation of those to be ordained in this Assembly. A motion to receive the report was
made, seconded, and carried by unanimous election.
The Board of Ministry Report No. 3 was presented and included those to receive new district
licenses, those having their district minister’s licenses renewed, and district lay minister’s
certificates renewed. A motion to receive the report was made, seconded, and carried.
District Superintendent Dr. Kenneth L. Mills presented his seventeenth annual report and
challenge. Dr. Kenneth L. Mills began with prayer and then presented his report. (The written
report is found in the district assembly journal).
He concluded his report with a challenge for volunteers to move into other missional areas to
serve in underserved churches and a video clip “I Will Follow” (Chris Tomlin).
Dr. Mills received a sustained standing ovation and in the absence of the General
Superintendent, Terry Sowden accepted the report. A motion to receive the report was made,
seconded and carried.
Rev. Terry Sowden remarked about the tradition of receiving a love offering for Dr. and Mrs.
Mills. A love offering was received for Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Mills.
The Nominating Committee Report No. 1, Report No. 2 and Report No. 3 were
presented. A motion was made, seconded, and the report was adopted.
The Faithful Pastor’s Award sponsored by the John D. Scott, Sr. Family was presented by
Dr. Kenneth L. Mills to Rev. Joseph R. Ward, Pastor of the South Carroll Church of the
Nazarene, Eldersburg, MD. Rev. Ward was unable to attend the assembly due to illness.
The first annual Joe & Loretta Hoopengardner Bi-Vocational Pastor of the Year award
was presented by Pastor Bud Reedy (son-in-law) and members of the Hoopengardner family to
Rev. Paul D. MacPherson, Pastor of Leonardtown, MD Church of the Nazarene.
Rev. Terry S. Sowden presented the Williamson Bible Institute Report. A motion was
made, seconded, and adopted. Rev. Sowden then presented the WBI Alumnus of the Year Award
to Rev. Cesar J. Calderon, Co-Pastor of Baltimore, MD Latino Church.
Dr. Paul D. Buchanan presented the SDMI report. Mr. Steve Scott (Salisbury, MD Cross
Pointe Church) and Mrs. Ruth Kilpatrick (Laurel Fellowship, Laurel, MD) were recognized as
faithful lay workers on the district and presented The Servant’s Heart award. A motion was made
to accept the SDMI report, seconded and the report was adopted.
Dr. Mills instructed the assembly to engage in the first table discussion on Leadership
Succession.
Dr. Kenneth L. Mills introduced Dr. Corlis A. McGee, President of Eastern Nazarene
College, Quincy, MA who presented her report. Dr. Stephen W. Dillman, Director of Church
Relations at Eastern Nazarene College announced the 2014 ENC Pastor of the Year as Rev. R.
Larry Taylor, Pastor of the Washington, DC Community of Hope Church of the Nazarene. Dr.
McGee presented the award to Rev. Taylor.
The love offering for Dr. and Mrs. Mills was presented by Rev. Terry Sowden.
The results of the ballot were announced. (284 total votes were cast.) The results were
reported as follows:
District Advisory Board – Ordained Minister: Steve Johnson – 144; David Sparks – 142;
Claude Joyner – 139; Ben Spitler – 135. Steve Johnson and David Sparks were declared elected
for a term to expire 2018.
District Advisory Board – Lay: Nancy Myers – 171; Jay Lewis – 158; Maynor Discua –
115; Don Rodrick – 105. Nancy Myers and Jay Lewis were declared elected for a term to expire
2018.
Board of Ministry – Ordained Minister: Steve Grosvenor – 200; Rob Merki – 197;
Richard Wilson – 184; Phil Heap – 173; David Sparks – 163; Paul MacPherson – 158. Steve
Grosvenor, Rob Merki, Richard Wilson were declared elected for a term to expire 2018.
ENC Trustee Lay Trustee: E. Jay Lewis – 148; Jim Weslow – 131. E. Jay Lewis was
declared elected for a term to expire in 2018.
SDMI Board – Minister: Paul Merritt – 146; Eric Folk – 133. Paul Merritt was declared
elected for a term to expire 2017.
SDMI Board – Lay: Judy Haskell – 191; Doug Brice – 90. Judy Haskell was declared
elected for a term to expire 2017.
Ratifications #1 through #7 Church of the Nazarene Manual Constitutional Amendment
by the Twenty-eighth General Assembly were all accepted.
Greeting to our General Superintendent, Dr. J. K. Warrick were given by Dr. Mills.
Announcements were made by District Secretary, Rev. Terry Sowden.
A Memoirs video was presented honoring those who have passed away in the past year.
Dr. Kenneth L. Mills prayed and the morning session was adjourned at noon.
SECOND DAY
Monday Afternoon, March 31, 2014
The afternoon session began with a time of praise and worship led by the Ellicott City,
MD Crossroads Worship Team and Halethorpe, MD Connections Worship Team.
Dr. Kenneth L. Mills welcomed the assembly to the afternoon session. Rev. Brian
Schafer, District NYI Vice-President, prayed the opening prayer for the afternoon session.
Rev. Kenneth R. Balch, District Missional Leadership Specialist, presented “Woven
Together to Move with God – Part 1” with stories given by Rev. Ralph A. Fraser who spoke
about his story about how God is moving in the lives of the people in Laurel, DE; Rev. Abiel
Hernandez formerly with York City in York, PA – now beginning a church plant through York
Stillmeadow in San Antonio, TX; and Rev. Stephen P. Merki, Pastor of LifeStream Church in
Waldorf, MD and their the partnership with Berlin, MD The River Church and the work they are
doing together on the West Jamaica District.
Dr. Mills asked that each table engage in conversation using Table Discussion #2 – What
Needs to Die in order to Provide Life?
Dr. Kenneth L. Mills instructed everyone to turn in their books to D-10, D-17, D-22 and
E-10 for District Reports NMI, NYI, District Missional Leadership Specialist, and Family Camp
Program Committee. A motion was made to receive, seconded and the reports were received.
District Advisory Board report was presented. A motion was made to receive, seconded
and the report was received.
“Woven Together to Move with God – Part 2” included an update and video clip from
Rev. Melissa J. Mankamyer from “The Harbor” Ministries in Shippensburg, PA; and Pastor
Carlos Palma Martinez (with Bob Prescott), Pastor of the College Park, MD Fountain of Grace
Church of the Nazarene shared his journey of coming to the Mid-Atlantic District from a very
dangerous situation in Guatemala.
Dr. Kenneth L. Mills introduced the District Missional Ministry Pledge. He gave
instructions regarding the pledge card, prayed, and the pledges were received.
Attention was called to the Auditor’s reports listed on page F-1 and F-2, and Treasurer’s
reports listed on pages G1-22 of the delegate’s handbook. A motion to receive these reports was
made, seconded, and carried.
Dr. Richard A. Wilson reviewed the Assembly Finance Committee Report including the
new assembly year budget. A motion to receive the report was made, seconded, and carried.
Rev. Gary W. Barkley presented the Ministerial Support Committee Report with its
revisions and additions. A motion to receive the report was made, seconded and carried.
Table Discussion Question #3 – How Concerned Are We for Unbelievers, Really?
“Woven Together to Move with God – Part 3”: Rev. David S. Vatral shared stories from
New Freedom, PA Trail Church and the ministry of prayer that is taking place there; Rev. Verne
A. Haskell of Hollywood Church of the Nazarene shared “Zach’s Story”, a homeless young man
who found shelter within Hollywood Church; and Rev. David R. Brown talked about the
ministry of conversations and coffee in Ellicott City, MD.
Rev. Terry S. Sowden gave some announcements.
Dr. Kenneth L. Mills expressed appreciation to the Sound Tech crew and to Rev. Terry S.
Sowden.
Dr. Kenneth L. Mills made a motion to allow the District Secretary permission to make
any necessary edit changes to the journal. The motion was seconded, and carried.
Dr. Kenneth L. Mills then entertained a motion to adjourn at the conclusion of the
evening service which was seconded and carried. Dr. Kenneth L. Mills prayed and the session
was adjourned at 4:36 PM.
SECOND DAY
Monday Evening, March 31, 2014
The Service on the Ministry
The evening began with pre-service music by the Bel Air, MD Worship Team, led by
Rev. Noah A. Tharp.
Dr. Kenneth L. Mills welcomed everyone to the Service on the Ministry.
The worship team led the assembly in a time of music. Rev. Paul D. Buchanan prayed.
Dr. Kenneth L. Mills presented Retirement Status Plaques to Rev. Alexander J. Shabo.
Other retired ministers, George J. Green, Sr., Richard A. Roberts, and Robert V. Loring were
unable to attend to receive their plaques.
Rev. Jonathan A. Mills, Secretary of the Board of Ministry and Dr. Steven R. Grosvenor,
Chair of the Board of Ministry, presented new District Ministerial Licenses to the following as
the District Superintendent called each name: Kurt D. Anderson, David A. Blades, Jesus
Chavez, Robin E. Curtis, Christy R. Dickt, Garet O. Hanshew, Benjamin A. Hobbs, Christina A.
Jones, Dolores L. Joyner, Olivia J. Jurado, Dana C. Leach, Kacy C. Leach, Fredy G. Lopez,
Juan J. Mendez, Brian S. Remsch, Richard A. Rotz, and Jose C. Sichory. As all these
individuals stood across the front of the sanctuary, Dr. J.K. Warrick, General Superintendent
prayed for these newly licensed ministers.
Dr. J. K. Warrick read the Statement of Purpose for Ordination from the Manual and
prayed a prayer of invocation.
Rev. Noah A. Tharp led the congregation in singing “Holiness Unto the Lord” as those to
be ordained and their spouses proceeded into the auditorium led by District Secretary Terry S.
Sowden.
District Secretary, Terry S. Sowden presented the Ordinands to the General
Superintendent. Those to be ordained as elders are Kristen A. Beckert, Kevin E. Davis, Gerold
Dorleans, David W. Earp, Joakim Kamugisha, Daniel H. Kemper, Nicole M. Kessler, Laura C.
Presta, and Ajay A. Vyas.
Dr. J. K. Warrick spoke words of encouragement, congratulations and welcome to the
Ordinands.
Dr. Richard A. Wilson read from the Manual paragraphs 401.1 – 401.6 and Dr. Kenneth
L. Mills led the congregation in the reading of the Apostles’ Creed.
Dr. Kenneth L. Mills prayed, followed by special music from Rev. Noah A. Tharp, “I
Will Not Forget Thee”
Dr. J. K. Warrick, General Superintendent brought the evening message. At the
conclusion of his message, Dr. Warrick gave a charge to the ordinands.
The Ordained Minister’s Choir sang, led by Rev. Noah A. Tharp.
The candidates were then ordained as Elders in the Church of the Nazarene by Dr. J. K.
Warrick and the laying on of hands by the elders of the Mid-Atlantic District.
Dr. J. K. Warrick presented the Ordination Class to the congregation as he presented
them each with their ordination certificate.
Dr. Stephen W. Dillman, of Eastern Nazarene College presented each newly ordained
elder with the sculpture, “The Calling” as a gift from Eastern Nazarene College.
The Ordinands and General Superintendent proceeded to the reception area, ushered by
the District Secretary, while the congregation sang, “A Charge to Keep I Have”.
Dr. Kenneth L. Mills offered the benediction. A reception followed for those who were
ordained.
The assembly was officially adjourned by previous motion.
Respectfully submitted,
JULIE M. TAYLOR
V. Reports
A. DISTRICT OFFICERS
1. District Superintendent
March 31, 2014
Greetings:
General Superintendent J. K. Warrick, Eastern Nazarene College President Corlis McGee,
pastors, associates, delegates, and friends of this one hundred and seventh annual Assembly of
the Mid-Atlantic District Church of the Nazarene, I greet you in the wonderful name of our Lord
Jesus Christ as I bring my seventeenth report as your district superintendent. Our purpose for
being together in this setting is to hold ourselves accountable to the mission God has called us to,
and to celebrate His movement in our lives, churches, and communities. Thank you for praying
for this gathering, as well as your presence here as we dream together for the future.
We Are Woven Together:
“Woven together to move with God” is our
basic theme for this year. I suspect we could
state this several ways: “Woven together in
order to move with God,” or “Moving with
God as we are woven together.” No matter
how you say it, the underlying meaning is that
we are called to be a body of believers knit
together so that we can minister effectively to
the communities where we live and serve.
I talked last year about Ephesians 4:11-12,
which stresses the primary function of
nurturing and leading the body of Christ so that
each believer grows and finds his or her unique
function and ministry within the body. Well, this passage of Ephesians 4:11-16 has continued to
live within me this last year, and challenge my continued understandings of ministry:
11
So Christ himself gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the pastors and
teachers, 12 to equip his people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be
built up 13 until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and
become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ. 14 Then we will
no longer be infants, tossed back and forth by the waves, and blown here and there by
every wind of teaching and by the cunning and craftiness of people in their deceitful
scheming. 15 Instead, speaking the truth in love, we will grow to become in every respect
the mature body of him who is the head, that is, Christ. 16 From him the whole body,
joined and held together by every supporting ligament, grows and builds itself up in
love, as each part does its work.
There are several ways in which we see the body of Christ moving and working together that you
will hear about, at least in part, in this Assembly. One is our focus and work with Strengths
Finders, as a way in which individuals discover their strengths and begin to use their gifts,
passions, and abilities to minister and serve the Church, as well as the communities in which they
live. The purpose of this instrument has “the goal of deepening personal discipleship and
mission engagement in local congregations and at educational institutions by helping individuals
to identify, understand, develop, and express their God-given strengths.” We have already
witnessed the effects of this assessment in both individuals and church boards.
But this is only one way in which we are being
woven together. We are also woven together by the
generosity of our people. This has always been a
generous district, but again this year we have seen
you respond to needs around our globe, as well as
around our district, and in your communities. You
have given generously through the “Christmas
Blessings,” and you have given to those in need
outside of this emphasis.
You have given
sacrificially for Work & Witness Projects, Mission
Partnerships, and District Missional Ministry
assignments.
But we are also woven together by an expanding vision of extending boundaries of our local
congregations, either through church planting, new cell groups, compassionate ministries, and
extension campuses. Our composite ministry totals continues to report significant numbers of
people who are being touched, blessed, graced, or ministered to by your churches. A
membership of 11,650 plus does not scratch the surface of all the people our congregations are
reaching. While we reported 14,652 active participants in our congregations, the composite
ministry total for the year was well above 169,693. This is a ratio of 11 to 1, or for every active
participant in our congregations this year, they ministered to an average of 11.6 persons each.
I also celebrate our being woven together in the way in which I have seen, witnessed, and heard
how you are listening to and responding to the call of God upon your lives. I am so blessed to be
a part of this district where I am seeing families, men, women, young adults, teens, and children
responding to the call of God on their lives. It is exciting, renewing, and gives me such hope for
the future of this district, but even more so for the kingdom of God.
But ultimately, we are woven together by prayer and an increased burden for lost and hurting
people in the Mid-Atlantic region of our nation. I am continually impressed by the prayers of
our people, and the continued growth of a strong prayer movement that is expressed in various
ways, times, and methods. I hear it, see it, and most of all experience it. You are a praying
people, and I commend you for both the discipline of prayer as well as the passion and burden
for prayer. In fact, I am so convinced of your commitment to praying, because what we have
experienced on this district cannot be accomplished through human will or ingenuity, but
through the work of the Spirit. Thank you, and may your prayers increase!
Other Things to Celebrate:
Beyond the things I have already shared, here are seven (the perfect number) areas of celebration
for us:
1. We celebrate a continued new flow of leaders (both clergy and lay). God continues to raise up
leaders on our district for the purpose of ministry in the great harvest fields. Our churches
reported that 120 individuals were called to ministry this past year! This is terrific! We also
celebrate the lay leaders that gathered with us in LEAD (Lay Leadership Development Ministry
– Leadership Enablement and Discovery) this year, plus the pastors who joined us for Leading
Deeper, and other pastors and staff members working to improve their leadership and service
through our district cohorts. I celebrate the Ministry Assessment Weekend where we meet new
and aspiring ministry leaders coming through our local churches. I also celebrate the laity that
are being called to start or lead a ministry in local contexts, and are being obedient to the call of
God in their life.
2. The 845 new believers that God blessed us with this year. They are the fruit of the harvest to
be sure, and we celebrate each one of them, and are crying out to God for more! May the harvest
increase!
3. The 442 believers who have been baptized in our
churches this year. What a glorious experience it is to
see God’s harvest before our very eyes as people testify
to the reality of leaving the values and attraction of the
world behind and follow Jesus. Is there anything more
exciting than to see new believers and baptisms?
4. In the midst of the new cultural reality we are facing in our nation (which we talked about last
year, and need to continue to talk about), we celebrate new Nazarenes who joined local
congregations. They say, people do not want to join, but our membership has increased this year
again, as 673 individuals joined by profession of faith.
5. The 3 new churches organized this year is a special blessing to me personally. The district
now celebrates 94 fully organized churches, and there continues to be something about a new
church organization that gets me excited. God is growing His church. We salute these three new
congregations: Resurrection Power of Christ (College Park, MD); Hyattsville, MD Latino (now
called Rockville, MD First Spanish); and Easton, MD Latino.
6. There are also new church plants as a result of God’s harvest fields. We presently have 16
active church plants in some phase of development. This year alone, we saw the start of 3 new
plants, with the possibility of more coming online this coming year. These are great harvest
fields.
7. Our churches reported 354 different compassionate ministries this year. These ministries are
active ways of touching people’s lives with a tangible presence of Jesus Christ. Just a cup of
cold water perhaps, but an opportunity to give to others the everlasting water.
Our Identity:
A people woven together still needs a purpose (a reason for existence). As you will remember,
our purpose is “to advance the ministry of Jesus Christ” by serving as a resource to help local
expressions of Christ’s body be effective and fruitful in the mission to which we have been
called. We have emphatically stated that, “compelled by God, we seek to be a movement of
people who passionately live the story of Jesus Christ.” Did you notice the banner in the
Assembly Meeting Room? If not, you will. We have made a move!! Now it reads: “compelled
by God, we seek to be ARE a movement of people who passionately live the story of Jesus
Christ.” PRAISE GOD!!
We continually seek to be intentional about re-thinking mental models in order to facilitate
versatile & adaptable congregations, reproducing & multiplying pastors, leaders, churches, and
disciples…equipping, empowering, and sending them to the harvest, and by partnering &
collaborating with each other, with other churches, and groups outside the local congregation to
actualize the movement that God is already happening in this Mid-Atlantic region…and the
world.
To keep them in front of us and as a reminder, I want to share our core values again:
1. Spiritual Formation – “Encouraging processes whereby people are being transformed into
the likeness of Christ.” And we, who with unveiled faces all reflect the Lord's glory, are being
transformed into his likeness with ever-increasing glory, which comes from the Lord, who is the
Spirit. 2 Corinthians 3:18 (NIV)
2. Leadership Development – “Enhancing the quality and
depth of leadership for laity and clergy.” And the things you
have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses entrust
to reliable people who will also be qualified to teach others. 2
Timothy 2:2 (NIV)
3. Congregational Vitality – “Resourcing congregations to
experience spiritual, missional, and organizational health.”
Consequently, you are no longer foreigners and strangers, but
fellow citizens with God’s people and also members of his
household, built on the foundation of the apostles and
prophets, with Christ Jesus himself as the chief cornerstone.
In him the whole building is joined together and rises to become a holy temple in the Lord. And
in him you too are being built together to become a dwelling in which God lives by his Spirit.
Ephesians 2:19-22 (NIV)
4. Missional Expansion – “Challenging congregations to extend their impact into their
communities.” But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be
my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.” Acts
1:8 (NIV)
5. Stewardship Advancement – “Promoting the generous use of our time, talent, and treasures
to honor God’s kingdom and bless our communities and the world.” They devoted themselves to
the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer. Everyone was
filled with awe at the many wonders and signs performed by the apostles. All the believers were
together and had everything in common. They sold property and possessions to give to anyone
who had need. Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread
in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts, praising God and enjoying the
favor of all the people. And the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved.
Acts 2:42-47 (NIV)
Personal Accountability:
I think you know that it is important for me to be accountable for the work of Jesus Christ as
your district superintendent. I have visited 72 of our 109 active congregations and plants in the
context of a worship service, a pastoral search process, a pastoral installation, a special
anniversary, a board meeting, a pastoral review, or just a “drop-in” visit. For some churches they
have had more than one visit from me this year!! My responsibilities have included working with
the District Advisory Board, the Board of Ministry, the District Nominating Committees,
Executive Finance Committee, Leadership Advance (TEAM Day) Committee, as well as the
Family Camp Program Committee. I attended
various meetings such as District NMI Council,
District SDMI Council, District Lay Retreat
Committee, plus Eastern Nazarene College Trustee
and Executive Committee meetings, Regional
District
Superintendent
meetings,
District
Superintendent Leadership Development Program,
and
other
denominational
meetings
and
responsibilities including the US Course of Study
Advisory Council. I held 21 pastor and staff area
meetings across the district, plus planned and
participated in our District Family Camp, Ministry
Assessment
Weekend,
LEAD
(Leadership
Enablement and Discovery), the Pastor and Spouse
Retreat, the Pastor’s Prayer Retreat (RENEW 2014),
District Lay Retreat, Leadership Advance 2013 (or TEAM Day), Mission Advance (District
Assembly), and several pastoral, staff, church planting, and leadership cohort meetings.
Personally, I am grateful for the relationship I have with God. While I continually see my need
of growing in the grace and knowledge of Jesus Christ, I am pleased with the reality of a close
personal relationship with Him. I am more assured than ever of His presence and guidance in
my life. My testimony has often been found in the book of Hebrews 10:14. Years ago, God
used this passage to speak into my life, and I cherish this passage: “For by one sacrifice he has
made perfect forever those who are being made holy.” Relax! I know I am not perfect. But
God made me perfect in my relationship with Him, while He continues to make me holy.
Expressions of Appreciation and Thanks:
I am privileged to work with many gifted people who help lead this district. Please join me in
expressing appreciation to the following leaders:
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Marjorie Bailey, District Children’s Ministry Director
Gary Barkley, Ministerial Resource Committee Chair (and Pastoral Support)
Paul Buchanan, Sunday School & Discipleship Ministries International Chair
Tim Evans, TEAM Day (Leadership Advance) Chair
Steve Grosvenor, Board of Ministry Chair
Rob Kazee and Art Roxby, Pastoral Prayer Retreat Coordinators (RENEW)
Sharon Kessler, District NMI (Missions) President
Josh Kleinfeld, District NYI (Youth) President
Sherri Mohnkern, District Prayer Coordinator
Ed & Barbara Phillips, 2014 Lay Retreat Chairs
Richard Wilson, Advisory Board Secretary
I am grateful for these teams that represent many individuals who serve faithfully:
Board of Ministry Members
District Advisory Board Members
(and action committees members)
Family Camp Program Committee
Lay Retreat Committee
NMI Council Members
Williamson Bible Institute
545 Committee Members
NYI Council Members
Ministerial Resource Committee
Mission Partnering Committee
SDMI Board Members
I wish to thank the District Staff for their sacrificial investment, and the difficult challenge of
working with me. I value and cherish these servant leaders:
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Kenneth Balch - District Missional Leadership Specialist
Roland Edouard - District Haitian Consultant (Eastern Shore)
Philip Heap - District Latino Consultant
Terry Sowden - Assistant District Superintendent and District Secretary
Beth Wells - District Treasurer
Patti is the love of my life, and my best friend. She continues to be a great source of joy to me.
She is HIGHLY passionate about the Pastors’ Wives’ Retreat each year (and I just needed to say
that again in case you missed it), and most days she enjoys her work at Kohl’s. We are grateful
for our family (presently: three grown children, one daughter-in-law; one son-in-law; and three
grandkids, AND A NEW ONE ON THE WAY, thanks to Kerri and Jared!). Patti and I love
being a part of this district, and cherish your friendships more than we can express. This has
become home for us, and we feel very blessed.
And I wish to express my appreciation for you, the district – both clergy and lay. Thank you to
the over 200 pastors and staff members who make up this district. Thank you for your sacrifices
(and there are many), plus the ministry and labor of love that you give to the people of God and
the communities you serve. Thank you for your friendship, your faithfulness to the task of God’s
mission, and the continued work of prayer and discipleship. Thank you to the over 10,000 lay
persons who make up this district, and give of themselves in service to the kingdom. Thank you
for your consistency and faithfulness to Christ and His mission. All I can say is “thank you!” I
appreciate you and give thanks to God for you often.
What about the Future?
The church as we know it is entering a time of unprecedented upheaval, according to many
sources. In 20 years, what we call the church will look very different from today. Author, Ed
Stetzer relates in one of his blogs about the movie, Lonesome Dove. In this movie Danny Glover
portrays Joshua Deets, a cattle-drive scout whose job is to ride ahead of the drive and survey the
terrain. Largely responsible for the success and safety of the drive, Deets would inform the team
of any obstacles, dangers, enemies, or resources that lay ahead. By assessing the upcoming path,
he could help the trail boss make an informed decision about how to navigate the way to the trail
drive’s destination.
Stetzer asserts that the role of Joshua Deets
is reminiscent of the tribe of Issachar in 1
Chronicles 12:32 “…men who understood
the times and knew what Israel should do…”
(NIV). Today, church leaders must act as
scouts, fervently asking the Lord for
discernment into how they can best practice
biblically faithful ministry in their cultures
and contexts. This is one of my prayers,
“Help me to see and understand how to best
move into the future that God has in mind
for us.”
I am not a “gloom and doom” person; in fact I may just be an incurable optimist. I deeply
believe that the church in North America will begin to grow again, but it may not grow or even
look the same that it has in the past. That is not a bad thing. It doesn’t look today like it did in
the first century, the fifth century, or even the nineteenth century for that matter. So what will it
look like later in this century?
Dr. David Busic, General Superintendent in his report to the General Board of the Church of the
Nazarene (February 2014), shares about a stimulating article by Nick Carter, president of
Andover Newton Seminary. Carter writes, “Adaptive change recognizes that we are in an
entirely new situation, where little of our previous experience applies; it therefore asks us to
address problems for which we don’t yet know the answers.” (Nick Carter, “Adaptive
Leadership: Planning in a Time of Transition” in Theological Education, Volume 46, Number 2,
2011). Dr. Busic continues, “Among other things, this means that in order to be adaptive we
must plan to ‘stop’ doing much of what we are doing now, otherwise it is not transformative.”
But, he adds, “That does not mean we must stop being who we are. Rather, we must find ways
to continue being who we are in ways that take seriously the times in which we live.”
Ed Stetzer also asks in his blog, “How do you know what to hold tightly in your right hand and
what to hold loosely in your left? Another way for us to ask that question is, “What are the
things about our district and congregations that need to remain? What are the things that are nonnegotiable for us?” How can be move further into God’s mission with more passion and
intentionality, keeping the fabric of Christ-likeness and distinctives of our church? Dr. Busic
also stated it this way, “To respond to increasing evangelistic and disciple-making opportunities,
Wesleyan-Holiness teaching and living in their simplest forms must be prevalent throughout a
socially diverse church.”
Our Call to Action:
Gordon Gee (President of West Virginia University) says: “If
you don’t like change, you’ll like irrelevance even less. This is
our challenge! Simply put, learning to be His church (which
means some adaptive change) in the midst of wildly changing
cultures, challenges, and an increasing pluralistic world. Would
you be open enough to pray with me about adaptive changes –
changes that transform us in such a way that we become
effective congregations that love Christ with all our heart, soul,
mind, and strength, but are absolutely open to His movement
unencumbered by “the way it used to be?”
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Would you pray with me about listening seriously to the voice of the Spirit who
desperately wants to speak to His people?
Would you pray with me about being Christ to our neighbors and communities?
Would you pray with me about inviting people to follow Christ?
Would you pray with me about calling people to a Spirit-filled life?
Would you pray with me about raising up leaders (instead of workers; there really is a
difference)?
Would you pray with me about people responding to the call to ministry (ask them once
in a while!)?
There are a couple of other areas that have been simmering in my mind and heart. I ask that you
pray with me about these two areas as I share with the Assembly on Monday morning:
Leadership Succession and a District Mission Corp.
I close with this thought from the pen of the Apostle Paul:
“Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with
thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all
understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” Philippians 4:6-7 (NIV)
Respectfully submitted,
KENNETH L. MILLS
2. District SDMI Chairperson
This is my third report as Sunday School and Discipleship Ministries International
Chairperson for the Mid-Atlantic District. Thank you for your continued patience as I seek to
make SDMI meaningful and effective for our district. I need to thank those who have served
faithfully on the council this past year: Bill Goff (Treasurer), Amber Sweeney (Secretary),
Marjorie Bailey (Children), Barb Clarke, Jim Moyers (CLT), DeVona Cordell (Women’s), Rob
Merki, Judy Haskell, Lionel Campoz and Amy Varner. We are also grateful for the godly advice
of our district superintendent, Dr. Ken Mills. And, we also appreciate Charla Walls and her
work with Single Adult ministries.
REPORTING local church statistics to the district has changed to become simpler and
easier. We are no longer asking for monthly reports. We are only asking for the annual pastor’s
report and a six month report. After the last Sunday in July we are requesting that each church
report these three numbers: 1) the average attendance in Worship, 2) the average Small Groups
and Sunday School attendance, and their Total Enrollment. Please email them to
[email protected]
SMALL GROUPS AND SUNDAY SCHOOL attendance is the average of all Sunday
School classes AND all other small groups that meet other times during the week. They are
counted if they are fulfilling the purpose of the Sunday School stated in paragraph 145.2 of the
Manual: [The purpose of SDMI is] “To reach the largest number of unchurched people for
Christ and the church, bringing them into fellowship, teaching the Word of God effectively, and
encompassing their salvation, teaching the doctrines of the Christian faith and developing
Christlike character, attitudes, and habits; helping to establish Christian homes; preparing
believers for membership in the church and equipping them for appropriate Christian
ministries.”
LEADERSHIP ADVANCE (TEAM Day) continues to be a wonderful annual event
directed by Tim Evans and his team. This year we are privileged to have Reggie Joiner of
“Orange,” “Re-Think,” “252 Basics,” and other great resources for children and youth. On
September 27th this event will be held at Grace Pointe Community in Severn, MD. We will soon
taking registrations for this event on line.
RECOGNITION OF A SERVANT’S HEART: This is the third year we are recognizing
two laypersons that have made a significant contribution to the Mid-Atlantic District over the
years. This year’s recipients are to be announced during District Assembly.
To each of them we present the “Recognition of a Servant’s Heart” statue and certificate.
The statue is a model of Jesus washing the feet of a disciple. The certificate reads, “Recognition
of a Servant’s Heart: This certificate is given in appreciation to (name) for the years of dedicated
service given to the various ministries on the Mid-Atlantic District Church of the Nazarene.
Thank you to everyone who is faithfully serving God where He has placed you.
Respectfully submitted,
PAUL D. BUCHANAN
3. District NMI President
District Superintendent Dr. Ken Mills, Global NMI Council President Dr. Philip Weatherill,
District NMI Council members, delegates, members and friends, welcome to the 57th Annual
Convention of the Mid-Atlantic District Nazarene Missions International (NMI). Greetings in the
wonderful name of Jesus Christ as I bring my sixth report to this body.
It is truly a privilege to bring you an accounting of the 2013-2014 year on behalf of Nazarene
Missions International.
Administrative Accountability -Across the year I chaired the meetings of our District NMI Council and Executive Committee,
led missions events across the district, conferred with our Global NMI and Eastern Region
District President’s teams, chaired the Eastern Region District Presidents’ meeting, led our
delegation to the Global NMI Convention, served on various committees and worked with many
local NMI Presidents and pastors supporting you as you challenged your people to make
Christlike disciples in the nations.
Expressions of Appreciation -I praise God for all of the local NMI Presidents and Missions Team Leaders who serve on the
front line in their churches all across our district. Whatever happens of any consequence in NMI
happens in your local church. You are such a joy to work with! Thank you for your leadership
and passion!
Pastors, thank you for supporting your church’s missions team. Your involvement and
encouragement mean so much. The collaboration between Pastor and NMI President accelerates
the energy and passion for missions involvement.
Congregations, thank you for your involvement in missions. You are participating and
mobilizing your church in mission by praying, discipling, giving and educating your people. You
are actively making Christlike disciples in the nations.
I am truly grateful for the team I am privileged to lead, your District NMI Council. Team, please
stand as I call your name:
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Christy Dickt, Vice President, Mission Call Coordinator and Discipling Focus Group
Rachel Hubbard, Secretary and Discipling Focus Group
Jay Lewis, Treasurer
John Borgal, Nazarene Compassionate Ministries and Fawn Grove Compassion Center
Ashlie Deneau, Involvement and Convention Service Project
Tommy Deneau, Involvement and Convention Service Project
Wanda Eaton, Work and Witness Coordinator
Verne Haskell, Pastors Liaison
Rachel Larimore, Involvement and Convention Service Project
Hector Segundo, Latino Liaison
Clara Swengosh, Deputation and Praying Focus Group
Joyce Willey, LINKS and Educating Focus Group
I praise God for each of these colleagues for loving lost people and for leading missions with
Global Church
Region
Africa
Asia-Pacific
Eurasia
Mesoamerica
South America
USA/Canada
Total
2013
Membership
187,550
36,946
56,191
153,712
122,309
473,080
1,029,788
2012
Membership
184,990
34,738
49,266
156,670
116,867
481,675
1,024,206
2013
Local NMIs
3,805
795
3,970
2,467
1,634
4,179
16,859
2012
Local NMIs
3,689
762
3,434
2,473
1,643
4,232
16,233
vision and passion. Would you join me in expressing your appreciation for these leaders?
NMI Purpose -Nazarene Missions International is the church relations heart of Global Mission in every church
globally. The purpose of NMI is to mobilize churches in mission through praying, dicipling,
giving and educating.
Fulfilling this mission, Dr. Daniel Ketchum, Global NMI Director, reports that NMI added 5,582
members globally and added NMI in 626 local churches. Further, NMI global membership totals
1,029,788.
Praying -Every church reporting has intentionally prayed for Global and missions concerns across
the year. Prayer is the most powerful tool we have in Kingdom building. You have prayed
for your LINKS missionary families and their work, the missions partnerships you are
involved in, missionary families and their work who have visited your church, churches
and areas where you have served through Work and Witness, for the 159 world areas
where we work and for where the church is not yet. You have prayed through the 10/40
window, the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church, the Nazarene World
Week of Prayer, the World Day of Prayer, National Days of Prayer around the world, the
Global Day of Prayer, 30 Days of Prayer for the Muslim World, and for the requests in our
Mid-Atlantic District NMI Prayer email and the NMI Prayer Mobilization Line. Further, you
have prayed for the lost in your communities and around the world.
Discipling -Next generations are responding to God’s call to serve His mission. NMI disciples future
missions leaders who will one day serve in global, district and local missions. Many of you
are identifying young adults, youth and children who are expressing a call to missions
service and involving them in mission in your local church. You are assisting them to
participate in Work and Witness teams, serve in compassionate ministry centers on our
district, and building relationships with them as a mentor. Our District NMI Council
Discipling team is connecting with and discipling a group of young people across our
district who have expressed a call to missions service. NMI partnered with NYI to lead the
missions and compassionate ministry track at the District NYI YES (Youth Equipped to
Serve) event in November. Three of our District teens have been accepted to Mission
Immersion this summer where they will be involved in intensive missions training, handson service, and ministry in Ecuador and El Paso, Texas. Our District NMI Council has
provided financial assistance for them. Investing in our youth not only helps them as they
learn and grow in their call but will provide untold dividends in future Kingdom building.
Giving -NMI mobilizes resources for God’s mission around the world through World Evangelism Fund
and Approved Missions Specials. NMI mobilizes World Evangelism Fund giving as the
foundation for all mission giving and the first priority for mission giving. Needy people, open
doors, and vast opportunities greatly surpass current WEF resources. We are calling for every
church to give 5.5% for WEF, and for many to give well beyond. Former Mid-Atlantic District
NMI President and current Missionary to Mesoamerica Region, Robert Prescott says, “Our
missions financial system is the best in the world, and we can be very proud of how God is using
it.”
As of March 3, 2014 our churches paid $653,596 to World Evangelism Fund. Thirty-eight
churches are recognized as World Evangelism Church of Excellence for payment of 5.7% or
more to WEF and eleven more churches contributed at least 5.5%.
“It is the church’s connectional system of mission and giving that makes it possible to deploy
687 salaried missionaries and contracted volunteers supported by the World Evangelism Fund.
Some receive salaries; others, such as contracted volunteers, receive support from the systems
and structures that are in place because of WEF. Missionaries, volunteers, systems, and
structures are all essential to the evangelism strategy of the church worldwide. National leaders
continue to increase in numbers, as they must, but they do so from our missionary base of
teaching, mentoring, and overall support.” Dr David Busic, General Superintendent
Further, you have given $965,016 in Approved Missions. Seventy-one churches
participated in these missions offerings.
Approved Missions Specials as of March 3, 2014
Missionary Health Care Offering
MHC Memorial Roll
MHC Distinguished Service Award
Alabaster
LINKS
World Mission Broadcast
Work and Witness
Compassionate Ministries
Deputation
$1,738.00
$1,425.00
$1,400.00
$22,495.00
$5,641.00
$5,452.00
$108,216.00
$115,620.00
$35,928.00
Jesus Film
Child Sponsorship
Field Specials
Partnerships
Mission Corps
Other Specials
Point to Point Giving
$41,272.00
$75,709.00
$24,926.00
$73,094.00
$11,755.00
$496.00
$439,849.00
Total
$965,016.00
Educating -Sharing God’s mission story and Christ’s methods assure effective mission education for all
generations. Dr Nina Gunter said, “Nazarenes can only pray with specificity, disciple with
passion and give with understanding when they ‘know.’ The heart cannot care if the mind
does not know.” NMI offers churches a wide variety of resources to help them learn how
God is working through the Church of the Nazarene around the world. There is something
for every size church! These resources include: NMI Website, Living Mission, Youth and
Children’s education curriculum, International Mission Education Journal downloadable
lessons in English, Spanish, French and Portuguese, NMI Missions Books, Mission
Connection, Engage Magazine, Missionary e-newsletters and blogs, LINKS e-newsletters,
missionary deputation visits, NMI Facebook page, children’s mission program at District
NMI Convention and missions program for all ages at District Family Camp. In addition to
these, opportunities for hands-on involvement abound: Work and Witness trips,
compassionate ministry projects, Jesus Film teams, and more. Nearly every church
reporting indicates that they have been involved in educating themselves and their
congregation in global mission.
Mission Priority One -God’s desire to draw all people to Himself is our mission. When we lovingly, intentionally live
out that mission, we are obedient to Christ. Sometimes we need ideas on how to live a missioncentered life. We need clear, realistic direction to help carry out God’s mission. That’s the
reason for Mission Priority One (MPO). While there are countless ways to share Christ’s
message of hope, MPO has goals that help churches accomplish two things: (1) Increase church
members’ passion for God’s mission, and (2) Assist churches in taking the message of Christ to
the world. By making mission a priority, a congregation demonstrates God’s passion for all
people. Churches involved in mission attract people who want to be part of something bigger
than themselves. Through MPO, a congregation extends Christ’s message around the world.
Pastors and congregations are educated, and mission workers are supported. New believers come
to Christ through prayer. Children, youth and adults hear and obey God’s call to cross-cultural
ministry. NMI affirms that while local missions, church planting, and reaching out into our
community is an important part of the work of our church, we focus on a global view toward
“making Christlike disciples in the nations.” Our work is not an either/or, local or global but
rather glocal, global and local together. We do not trade off local work for global nor global
work for local. Understanding this, fifty-one churches on our district have been recognized this
year as Mission Priority One.
Missionary Support -We hosted six missionaries on official District Deputation Tours and many of your churches
brought in others to share the story of what God is doing in their part of the world. Thirty-four
churches provided nearly $36,000 in deputation support.
Our district is partnered with two missionary families through LINKS (Loving, Interested
Nazarenes Know and Sharing). This year thirty-six churches gave $5,641 in support of these two
families. You have been an amazing blessing to these missionaries and their families.
Work and Witness -Eight churches sent Work and Witness teams this year to: East Jamaica, West Jamaica,
Honduras, Cuba, and Alaska. The District NMI sent a team of people from ten different churches
to Cuba and the District NMI Youth team to Peru with participants from seven different
churches. Be sure to visit the Work and Witness displays for information and to obtain
applications.
Shout Outs -God is doing amazing things in and through our churches who are dedicated to making Christlike
disciples in the nations. It doesn’t make any difference whether you are part of a small church,
medium size church, or large church. Being obedient to God’s call is the key. Here is a sampling
of what you are doing:
 Frederick First – Last Palm Sunday they showed the Jesus Film and supplied popcorn
and soft drinks for refreshment. Three children from the community asked Jesus into
their lives!
 Martinsburg First – There was no NMI President at the beginning of the church year, but
board member Stephanie Gladden was in attendance at last year’s district convention
missions service. Following that service she went to the Pastor and said that she felt that
God had laid it on her heart to serve in this position. This year they have had regular
missions presentations, people are reading the missions books and they have collected
items for Crisis Care Kits. Pastor Folk said, “It’s been a good year for NMI at
Martinsburg.”
 Hollywood – NMI partnered with NYI to promote and collect items for the convention
service project. And NMI facilitated an opportunity for one of their teens to spend the
summer serving at a Nazarene camp in Alaska.
 Washington Community of Hope – NMI President Nate Jones reported that “missions is
a mindset, not a trip somewhere.” They have taken a fresh look at where they are and
putting this mindset into action. He said, “We are a church that rolls up its sleeves and
gets to work, and we have a lot of work to do in the years ahead to achieve the great goals
that we have set out for ourselves. God loves each of us and cares for us deeply. It is
because of this love that we are set free to serve the world and love others.”
All across the district you are accomplishing incredible things for the Kingdom! You have
reported that you are:
 Praying weekly for the lost and for both global and local missions needs
 Involving their children and youth in missions
 Educating their people about missions with the NMI Educational Curriculum, reading
books, multi-media, and other resources
 Involved in some type of hands-on missions projects
 Generously giving to World Evangelism Fund
 Generously giving to approved missions specials and projects
 Hearing missionaries telling the story of what God is doing in their part of the world
 Collecting and packing Crisis Care Kits and School Pal Paks
 Collecting, sorting and packing clothing for Fawn Grove Compassion Center
 Involved in compassionate ministries in their communities
 Involved in global missions projects or partnerships
 At least 8 Work and Witness Teams have been deployed this year
Where we are headed, Goals and Vision –
My vision is that all our churches and everyone in them develop a “mindset” for missions. Nate
Jones expressed it best, that “missions is a mindset, not a trip somewhere.” As we all catch this
vision we will realize that we are a part of something vastly bigger than ourselves. And we will
be ready to respond to Christ’s command to His people and our denominational mission
statement to “make Christlike disciples in the nations.”
Goals to help us develop this mindset are:
 Every church and church plant elect or appoint an NMI President or missions team leader
to mobilize their church in missions involvement.
 Individuals in every church are intentionally and fervently praying daily for the lost from
our communities to the uttermost part of the world. And that we are praying for our
missionaries, national leaders and global leaders as they serve.
 Every church give 5.5% or more of their income to World Evangelism Fund. That’s only
half a tithe!
 Every individual in the church become involved in supporting the work of global
missions.
Paul wrote in Romans 15:20 – “It has always been my ambition to preach the gospel where
Christ was not known, so that I would not be building on someone else's foundation.”
The vision of Global NMI as articulated by Dr. Daniel Ketchum says:
 Let’s follow the Holy Spirit where the Church is not yet or is nonexistent. Let’s focus on
people groups who do not yet know Jesus or the Gospel. Let’s prioritize and prefer any
place where no or very few people are part of a Christ-centered faith community.
 Let’s go where we do not yet see vibrant fellowships of Jesus-worshippers. Let’s go to
difficult places. Let’s listen, learn, love, laugh and cry together, deepen relationships, and
pray that God will open hearts. Let’s intercede and believe for many to seek Jesus, to
become like Jesus, and to create fellowships, communities of faith, and churches.
Global Mission is strategizing with leaders in our six world regions, Africa, Asia-Pacific,
Eurasia, Mesoamerica, South America, and USA/Canada to reach the lost and to take the Church
where it is not yet. NMI comes alongside to support the work of our church’s Global Mission.
Together, this is a partnership that is unbeatable!
My prayer is that this would be a reality on Mid-Atlantic District. Let’s work together in unity of
spirit to see this happen. Let’s focus on our purpose rather than getting bogged down in program.
Let’s give all of ourselves to the cause of Jesus Christ and His Great Commission around the
world.
It truly is an honor to serve with you in the mission of God and the Church. I’m excited about
what this year will bring and how God is going to use us to His Glory both here on Mid-Atlantic
District and around the world!
Respectfully submitted,
SHARON E KESSLER
4. District NYI President
Greetings NYI and NMI Convention Delegates and District Friends!
This is my first report as NYI president of the great Mid-Atlantic District Church of the
Nazarene. What a tremendous joy it is to be a part of a community of churches who engage our
young people in more than mere activities, but are intentional about engaging them in God’s
mission for the world. Our hope as a district is to come beside the local church and join in what
God is doing in the lives of their 6th-12th graders.
Here’s how we’ve worded our purpose in our newly revised district NYI ministry plan:
The Purpose of the Mid-Atlantic District Nazarene Youth International (NYI) is to
provide a ministry of support, coordination, and guidance to the local youth
ministries. This includes ministries to motivate, equip, and involve young people in and
for discipleships, generosity, church growth, mission, and leadership in the Kingdom of
God.
And it takes quite the team to pull this off. So here’s a quick list of shout outs!
Festival of Life has continued to be successful in encouraging and allowing kids to explore and
use their God-given talents in an uplifting atmosphere. This year’s district theme of “Walk in
Love” was a perfect challenge to our youth and youth workers! Heather Ingram and Andrea
Sawtelle are sisters from the same mister who do a super sweet job putting together all the details
for this event. Thanks to you two and to all the judges, coaches, van drivers, chaperones, snack
shack operators and to the Bel Air church for hosting. And thanks to the students for showing
courage and grace in all the areas of competition.
Youth Equipped to Serve (YES) was a perfect weekend in November with a dozen juniors and
seniors exploring their call, sharing their God-stories and soaking up wisdom from ministry
leaders from around the district and globe. Derek Parson did an awesome job as the creative
guru and director of this event. And it was sooo cool to partner again with district NMI
leadership! Thanks to all the leaders who gave their time that weekend, and thanks to all the
students from that weekend who are courageously following God’s call. YES will be back in
2015, and I encourage all current 9-10th graders considering a call into ministry to put this on
their calendars.
TEAM Day was another solid event in September with the servant-hearted Matt Moser at the
helm. With Team Day our hope is to provide training that will be encouraging and practical for
the ministry that youth and youth workers are doing at the local NYI level. I’m looking forward
to this September, as Matt and his crew will be focusing the TEAM Day seminars on equipping
students to lead in their church, schools and communities. Thanks Matt and seminar teachers for
all you gave this year! Thanks to Steve Slifker and the Alive Community church for hosting the
teen portion of TEAM Day too!
While Teen Quizzing is crucial for raising up young people with a knowledge of scripture, it is
also really good at developing community between the folks who participate. We have an
awesome leader in James Moots. With his God-given creative mind, passionate heart and a teamplayer approach, James has done an excellent job collaborating with the quiz leaders across the
district, region and nation to engage teens in Bible memorization and understanding. Thanks to
James, the host churches, the quizmasters, scorekeepers, parents and especially the student
quizzers for making this another awesome year.
Teen Summer Camp was another outstanding week of worship, play, fellowship and
commitment to and growth in Christ. Graham Davis and Jacob Edwards were exceptional in
leading us to the heart of God in worship and word. And the ENC Team did an awesome job
leading in worship in the morning sessions, while Gregg Alsbrooks and Nicole Kessler rocked
the small group stuff! It was a privilege of mine to serve with Derek Parson, Brian Schafer and
Shane Valenstein in organizing the whole event. Thanks to them and then to all the youth
workers who gave up sleep, playing and praying through the day and deep into the night. And
thanks to the youth who demonstrated their passion for Christ in worship and their heart for Him
in their prayers and small group times. This year we will keep camp two weeks before kids camp
and we’ll have Graham back to lead worship and have local NYI leaders lead in preaching the
word! I’m looking forward to it!
One of the longest traditions of our district is Family Camp and I’m thankful for the long
tenured leadership of Henry Sweeney and Matt Moser in putting together the teen portion of
family camp. Thanks guys for having soft hearts and creative minds in organizing another great
week of worship and play. And thanks to Kris Beckert for sharing God’s heart and truth in your
messages. And this summer is gonna bring another awesome week for our teens at Family
Camp!
Quest will happen in May and I’m so thankful for Wade Thompson’s leadership of this event.
This is an excellent opportunity for ten of our students to receive excellent leadership training at
the Field Level!
And guess what!? Nazarene Youth Conference 2015 is next summer! And I’m glad to say that
we have a man after God’s heart leading the charge. Thanks to JR LaPearl for being the go-to
guy for the planning of this event. If you are in 7-11th grade today, you are invited to this oncein-a-lifetime event where teens from around the US/Canada Region will gather to worship, play,
grow in Christ and make a difference in Louisville, KY.
And thanks to the district NYI Council for their availability to serve at our district events and
their willingness to collaborate at our council meetings. And thanks to our vice-president, Brian
Schafer, for being willing to share the travel schedule and leadership responsibilities on the
district. And thanks to the executive council for thinking strategically and missionally with me
about ministry on the district. Thanks to Melissa Moser for crunching the numbers and helping
all of us make sense of the budget. You do this with humor and grace and we thank you for that!
Thanks to Henry Sweeney for his work as our secretary, keeping minutes and keeping us on
track during the meetings. Thanks to our student leaders, Kelly Mohnkern and Noah Balch for
serving as the 7-9th grade reps and to Caleb Lynch and Rebekah Mohnkern for serving as the 1012th grade reps. All of you have added your voice to the idea process and given your hearts and
sweat to our district events!
It is a privilege to partner with Eastern Nazarene College. They do an excellent job hosting our
teens at the Field Festival of Life. They’ve also given us a sincere, sweet, Holy Spirit filled ENC
Rep in Victoria Bolduc. And the teams that they send to our district events always come with a
willingness to serve, a contagious joyfulness and ability to connect with and communicate care
to our district youth.
2014-2015 a year to focus on leadership development
We serve on a district with visionary leadership in Dr. Ken Mills. He has been faithfully
persistent in reminding us that we are called to “move with God now” and he has laid important
directives down in the 5 essential values/practices of the district. While these have been an
implicit part of what NYI has done in the past years, we have made the commitment to
intentionally and explicitly focus on leadership development this year. This will take shape in
two primary forms. First, two district events, camp and TEAM Day, will center their sessions
and seminars on the theme of Christ-formed leadership. Plus, in May, we're sending 10 students
to Boston for a Field leadership training Event called Quest. This event combines content and
experience to teach leadership. And that's right, because it's not just about content dumpage, it's
also about giving students opportunities to lead (and possibly fail). So the second move for
leadership development at the district NYI level is that our event coordinators will be intentional
about finding ways to incorporate teens in the carrying out of the mission of each event.
On the local level, I encourage pastors, youth workers, Sunday school teachers, outreach
coordinators, NMI directors to give young people opportunities to lead in ministry. This may
mean that some events or parts of events are not as slick as you would want. But it may also
mean that some things will be even better than if you had done them! It will definitely mean that
you are following the lead of Jesus who had the fantastic habit of giving away ministry
responsibilities! And let us not only encourage our young people to get involved in church but
also in the extra-curricular activities at school and in their communities. Involvement in school
activities does not have to be competition with ministry if we help our young people understand
that their involvement there can be an engagement in God’s mission. Let’s prayerfully encourage
our teens to get involved so they can flip the world upside down one club or team at a time.
District Stuff to Know About
† Background Checks for Youth Workers: It is vital that we keep the safety of our teens
a top priority. To this end, every church should have a background check system in place
to ensure that the adults who work with teens in their church are safe. As MAD NYI, we
feel so strongly about this that, beginning last year, we are requiring that all adults have
background checks if they sponsor at district events. We have partnered with a ministry
organization called Group/Shepherd’s Watch. They provide a way for us to do our
background checks online. Everyone will either need to have a background check done
through our system or verify they have one done through their local church. Also, we
really hope that all local churches have a system in place for all their adults who work
with teens, not just the ones who attend these select district events. Group/Shepherd’s
Watch has made an arrangement with us that any local church can set up their own
account for free. (The background checks cost $9 each.) If you don’t have a system in
place, you can check out more info on www.madnyi.com.
† Youth Ministry Cohorts: It is so good to get a bunch of youth workers together to
support each other and learn from each other. So we have youth ministry cohorts after
each NYI Council Meeting. Our Cohorts this year will be on August 16th and January
17th. Any who work with youth or are interested in it are invited!
† It’s a Field, not a Region! So, the Nazarene world is organized into 6 different regions
(Africa, Asia-Pacific, Eurasia, MesoAmerica, South America and USA/Canada). What’s
funny is that the USA/Canada was further organized into educational zones called
“regions” (a region within a region). But around the rest of the Nazarene world, we
organized our regions into fields, which were further organized into districts. So,
USA/Canada NYI has now jumped on the bandwagon and our educational zones are
officially called fields. So, what we used to call “regional” activities when referring to
events based around Eastern Nazarene College, are now “field” activities. If you think
about it, this is great…it is a mission field after all!
Event Focused Ministry
Sometimes it feels like youth ministry at the local level and on the district level is focused more
on the event than anything else. But if our ministry is going to be event focused, it must center
on the weekend event that transformed the world and is transforming our lives today, the Friday
through Sunday timeline when death and sin were exposed as frauds and love and life in Jesus
were shown as the strongest. We must point our students to the supreme love of Christ and help
them point others in the same direction. This means that our events must revolve around Him,
and His way. His way? He recruited and sent a bunch of disciples. Even Jesus didn't do ministry
by himself. A few things he did that only he could do: incarnation, sacrifice for our sins,
overcoming death. The other stuff, he wanted repeated. He healed, prayed, proclaimed, forgave,
delivered...and sent his disciples to do the same.
Final Thanks
I want to say something to local youth workers, youth pastors and chaperones and church
mothers and fathers: to those who waited hours with families in the emergency room, to those
who have lost sleep talking with a student about Jesus, to those who have prayed and prayed and
prayed for a particular student only to watch them make the same destructive decision again and
again, to those who stay up late on Saturday night or wake up early on Sunday morning to
prepare the Sunday school lesson, to those who construct water balloon launchers or massive slip
and slides, to those who cried with students when their best friend or family member has passed
away, to those who weep over the confusion that sin has caused for this generation, to those who
show up week after week ready to be used by God in the lives of a teenager. To each of you, I
say thanks. Don’t give up. Press on. Keep believing in what God is doing in the lives of these
students.
And I want to say something to our youth too: to those who have risked sharing Christ with
friends on your team, to those who are weary from the confusion of sin, to those who have
invited their friends to know Jesus and to experience Him in their youth group, to those who
stick around after school to give someone a ride, to those who passionately worship God in
music, to those who help another friend with homework, to those who lead bible studies, to those
who sit with the kid everybody else ignores, to those who pray to Jesus with courageous faith, to
those who follow Jesus even when your parents don’t, to those who remain committed to purity
of heart and body, to those who show up early to set up chairs and stay late to clean up the mess,
to those who give their paycheck so a friend can go on a retreat, to those who speak up about
your faith in Christ and the Creator in a hostile classroom environment, to those who give
resources so kids around the world can eat and to those who greet the new kid at youth group. To
each of you, I say thanks. We are so proud of you. Keep your eyes on Christ and allow Him to
shape your heart and mind and direct every part of your life.
Finally, thanks to Pastor Bud Reedy and the people at Stillmeadow for supporting me and for
their belief that children and youth are not the church of the future but of the present. And thanks
to my wife, Aubrey and my three daughters, Cadence, Eden and Jayne. You four ladies bring so
much joy, and are shining examples of God’s grace and I love living out God’s radical
hospitality with you.
“20 Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to
his power that is at work within us, 21 to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus
throughout all generations, for ever and ever! Amen.”
Grace and Peace,
JOSHUA A. KLEINFELD
5. Missional Leadership Specialist
I bring you greetings in the name of our marvelous Lord & Savior Jesus Christ.
This is my 11th annual report to the Mid-Atlantic District Assembly. This past church
year has seen the organization of 2 new churches and the launching or recognition of two more.
While that may not sound like much each of these new churches have been invested in by dozens
of people putting in thousands of hours of their own time & energy. It is exciting to play a small
part in helping to see these works through from an idea or burden for others to the point where
they are officially organized as congregations in ministry with the other churches on our district.
This is some of the rewarding work we get to do and celebrate. Most of the ministry is in support
of those making the greatest contributions to the work of God’s Kingdom here on our district.
The following is a synopsis of some of my work in this effort.
I worked with several district events, contributing as necessary whatever gifts I have to
use. These include serving as staff support to the District Advisory Board in matters of strategy
& church planting, helping with District Assembly, serving on the Family Camp Program
Committee and helping run AV in the main tabernacle, securing & then hosting the keynote
speaker for TEAM Day, helping to lead the Ordination Seminars, creating materials for the
training staff & candidates about the GALLUP Strengths Finder Assessment at the Ministry
Assessment Center weekend as well as, coordinating and orchestrating the Leadership
Enablement And Discovery (LEAD) weekend for training lay leaders for the local church.
I’ve also participated in leading 8 different cohorts of either clergy or laypeople that
we’ve created to provide opportunities for leadership training, networking among participants &
the development of community across or district. I’m also helping with two churches that are
currently undergoing pastoral transitions. This past year I also attended the General NYI
Convention in Indianapolis, IN. My son Joel was a delegate to that event and so he and I
participated in this high & hilarious quadrennial event.
As part of my responsibilities I have been working with the organization, Fresh
Expressions as part of our collaboration, partnering with them to train church planters in starting
“fresh expressions” of the Body of Christ for people who are not attached to existing
congregations. I also coordinated the group of leaders who attended the Global Leadership
Summit at the Annapolis site (Riva Trace Baptist Church).
I have been coordinating an intervention in one congregation that has included multiple
meetings, retreats, board meeting coaching and individual meetings with the pastor & staff. I also
accompanied the district superintendent on a trip to the South Carolina District to visit two
coffee shop type ministries/church plants to research what the best practices might be for these
types of ministries.
Another significant project has been promoting & coordinating a first of it’s kind
partnership between the district and several church on the eastern Shore which are collaborating
together through the contribution of funds & other support to initiate a new church plant in the
Easton or Kent Island/Stevensville/Chester area.
I’m also working directly with the Nazarene Strengths Institute to coordinate efforts to
provide Strengths Finder tools & training to all of our churches & partners on the region.
Finally I continue to meet with individual leaders for coaching & encouragement. I’ve
met regularly with 38 different individuals one time or more this past year as part of our effort to
strengthen leaders & spread the Mission of Jesus Christ throughout our district.
Respectfully submitted,
KENNETH R. BALCH
(husband of The Sally; saint, servant & Czar of Ice Cream Island)
B. DISTRICT BOARDS AND STANDING COMMITTEES
1. District Advisory Board
The Mid-Atlantic District Advisory Board had four regularly scheduled meetings to care
for the responsibilities prescribed by the Manual. Some decisions were made through
teleconference and/or email and later ratified when the board met for a regular session.
Pastors have been appointed to the following churches for the 2014-2015 church year:
John R. DiCamillo to Annapolis, MD (Ordained Elder)
Cesar J. Calderon to Baltimore, MD Latino – Co-Pastor (Ordained Elder)
Maria Ester Calderon to Baltimore, MD Latino – Co-Pastor (District License)
Sandra Singleton to Baltimore, MD Lighthouse Community (Ordained Elder)
Mark C. Massey to Berlin, MD The River (Ordained Elder)
Jeffrey A. Wolfe to Carlisle, PA (Local License)
J. Freddy Arispe to Chambersburg, PA Latino (Ordained Elder)
Danny L. Kraynek to Chambersburg, PA Mosaic (Ordained Elder)
Lucille M. Sarnor to College Park, MD Healing Temple (Ordained Elder)
Augustus B. Matibilia to College Park, MD Resurrection Power of Christ (Local License)
Laura C. Presta to Easton, MD Latino (Ordained Elder)
Lionel A. Campoz to Ellicott City, MD Primera del Nazareno (Ordained Elder)
J. Willeme Thomas to Federalsburg, MD Haitian (Ordained Elder)
Luis O. Mantilla to Frederick, MD West Latino (Ordained Elder)
Edgar Enciso to Gaithersburg, MD Latino (Ordained Elder)
George H. Fry to Gettysburg, PA Harvest Field Community (Ordained Elder)
James F. Diggs to Glen Burnie, MD Corridor (Ordained Elder)
Jacques E. Metayer to Hagerstown, MD Haitian (Ordained Elder)
Peter M. Zerphy to Hagerstown, MD Hope Bridge (Ordained Elder)
Sherwood Holley to Hurlock, MD United (Local License)
Francius Pierre to Hyattsville, MD Primitive Haitian (Ordained Elder)
David A. Blades to Indian Head, MD (District License)
G. Robert Wells, Jr. to Laurel, MD Fellowship (Ordained Elder)
Paul D. MacPherson to Leonardtown, MD (Ordained Elder)
Anibal J. Maceira to Melwood, MD Latino (Local License)
James R. Huntington to Middletown, DE Oasis Community (District Lay Minister)
Ryan A. Scott to Middletown, DE Village (Ordained Elder)
Martin Garcia to Milford, DE Latino (Local License)
Duane Williams to Waterfall, PA Mt. Tabor (No credentials; serving as Lay Interim)
Richard A. Wilson to Rising Sun, MD (Ordained Elder)
Luis A. Yenco to Rockville, MD First Spanish (District License)
Larry A. Whaley to Seaford, DE (District License)
Melissa J. Mankamyer to Shippensburg, PA The Harbor (District License)
J-Enock Guerrier to Silver Springs, MD Living Water International (Ordained Elder)
Joseph R. Ward to South Carroll, MD (Ordained Elder)
Kevin D. Lum to Washington, DC The Table (Ordained Elder)
Cesar A. Requena to Westminster, MD First Latin American (District License)
Rodrigue Francois to Wilmington, DE Haitian (District License)
We recommend the following be granted Special Service/Interdenominational status (SPC):
Gordon E. Bowen Jr., Jonathan R. Campbell Jr., Rachael H. Carr, Duane E. Dickens, Mark J.
Hardman, Burdette Lahr, Jr., Jason M. Mack, Rickey A. McClain, Charles A. Nutt, Samuel
Sierra, and Glenn L. Thyrion.
Reports were received at each regular meeting from District Superintendent Kenneth L. Mills
and the district treasurer, Beth T. Wells. Rev. Kenneth R. Balch (Missional Leadership
Specialist) also reported to the board.
On March 15, 2013 we recommended duplicate credentials be issued to Indalecio Byron de
Leon. The recommendation was approved and the duplicate credentials were issued.
The ministerial credentials of Gordon C. Dunlap werefiled with prejudice.
We recommend approval of the organization of the following churches: College Park, MD
Resurrection Power of Christ; Easton, MD Latino and Hyattsville, MD (now Rockville First
Spanish).
We recommend approval of the “disorganization” of the following churches: College Park, MD
New Leaf (CTM), Clarksville, MD Wellspring (CTM).
We recommend approval that the following church be declared “inactive”: College Park, MD
African.
We recommend the following names of churches be changed: College Park Latino to College
Park Fountain of Grace; Hyattsville to Rockville First Spanish.
All minutes, reports, and attachments are kept on file at the Mid-Atlantic District Missional
Resource Center in Glen Burnie, Maryland.
We greatly appreciate the ministry and investment by Cheryl M. Evans, Richard A. Wilson,
Jonathan M. Bourne and Gary A. Weslow who are rotating off the District Advisory Board this
year.
Respectfully Submitted,
RICHARD A. WILSON, Secretary
KENNETH L. MILLS, Chairman
2. Board of Ministry
Partial Report No. 1
We recommend the reception of the following minister’s transfers: elders – Rachael H.
Carr from the Maine District, Andrew R. Fey from the Upstate New York District, Guadalupe
Martinez from the Southwest Latin American District, Hilbert O. Miller from the Southwest
Indiana District, Carlos Palma from the South East Guatemala District; deacons – None; licensed
ministers – Ronny Etienne from the Southern Florida District, Angela Fey from the Upstate New
York District, Ashley M. Lawter from the South Carolina District, Kathleen S. Wright from the
Virginia District.
We recommend the transfer of the following ministers: elders – Thomas J. Laymon to the
Philadelphia District, Charles F. Legg to the Missouri District, Grant W. Heckman to the
Chicago Central District, Kenneth J. McCoy to the Oklahoma District, Rebecca F. McCoy to the
Oklahoma District, Abner P. Valenzuela to the Northern California District, Barry G. Whetstone
to the East Ohio District; deacons – Amy L. Heckman to the Chicago Central District, Vernon F.
Sprague to the North Florida District; licensed ministers – Ronny Etienne to the Southern Florida
District, Steven A. Legg to the Missouri District, Kettlyne Michel to the Southern Florida
District.
Partial Report No. 2
Having carefully examined the following persons concerning their personal experience of
salvation and entire sanctification, their knowledge of the doctrine of the Bible and their
acceptance of those doctrines, their knowledge of the full acceptance of the covenant of Christian
conduct of the church, and having observed a shepherd spirit in them for the ministry, we
recommend that Kristen A. Beckert, Kevin E. Davis, Gerold Dorleans, David W. Earp, Joakim
Kamugisha, Daniel H. Kemper, Nicole M. Kessler, Laura C. Presta, and A. Ajay Vyas be
ordained by the laying on of hands by General Superintendent J. K. Warrick and the ordained
ministers of the Mid-Atlantic District.
Partial Report No. 3
We recommend that the following be granted renewal of minister’s license: Tara L.
Alton, Marjorie C. Bailey, Adam C. Barton, Scott A. Beattie, Evan Bogle, David R. Breedlove,
Kay Lynn Bright, Danette A. Buchanan, M. Ester Calderon, Frederick M. Carlisle, Isabell N.
Clark, Beauvoir Duperoy, Treasa M. Edwards, James L. Ellison, Rodrigue Francois, Jade E.
Frederick, Lela A. Garrett, Roshelle T. Gordon, Lexa S. Herbert, Kristi L. Jennings, Andrew P.
Jones, Robert G. Kapfer, James W. Kasecamp, Jr., Christopher L. Lyons, Melissa J. Mankamyer,
Andrew C. Miller, Robert L. Prescott, Cesar A. Requena, Samuel C. Reynolds, Eli S. Rivera-
Toledo, Charlene C. Sorensen, Joseph H. Thomas, Lynda J. Thompson, Eric W. Valenstein,
Shane R. Valenstein, Larry A. Whaley, Rebekah L. Wolfe and Luis A. Yenco.
We recommend the following be granted district minister’s license: Kurt D. Anderson,
David A. Blades, Jesus Chavez, Robin E. Curtis, Christy R. Dickt, Garet O. Hanshew, Benjamin
A. Hobbs, Christina A. Jones, Dolores L. Joyner, Olivia L. Jurado, Dana C. Leach, Khristine C.
Leach, Fredy G. Lopez, Juan J. Mendez, Brian S. Remsch, Richard A. Rotz, and Jose L. Sichory.
We recommend that the following be granted the district lay minister certificate: James
R. Huntington.
We recommend that the following be granted renewal of the district lay minister
certificate: Nathaniel Jones, Debra L. Kasecamp and Ronald A. Skarupa.
We recommend that the following ministers be granted retirement status: George J.
Green, Sr., Robert V. Loring, Richard A. Roberts and Alexander J. Shabo.
We recommend the appointment of the following as interim pastors with no credentials:
Duane E. Williams.
We recommend the appointment of the following as pastors having a local minister’s
license: Martin Garcia, Sherwood Holley, Sr., Anibal J. Maceira and Jeffrey A. Wolfe.
We recommend the following not be renewed for a district minister’s license: Liliana C.
Llerena and Rebecca M. Oliver.
We recommend that Gordon C. Dunlap be removed from the roll of elders having filedhis
credentials with prejudice.
We recommend the following be dropped from the roll of elders having passed away this
year: Joseph D. Byers, Euel M. Fox, Thomas H. Gray and David E. Sparks.
Respectfully submitted,
JONATHAN A. MILLS, Secretary
STEVEN R. GROSVENOR, Chairman
3. Ministerial Studies Board / Williamson Bible Institute
During the past year, we have worked with the following students and have determined they
should be placed in the course of study as follows:
First Level – Elder
Richard Bennett, Sylvia Brooks, Courtney C. Buhrman, Kevin Busker, Jennifer A. Collins,
Carole K. Copeyon, Steven M. Czerny, Eduardo Delgado, Marc Duckworth, Scott Duesterhoeft,
Javon A. Graham, Jekome A. Graham, Vincent S. Gordon, Sheila Grap, Jennifer S. Guaman,
Barry T. Groh, Frank Hendrickson, Michele R. Hendrickson, Sherwood Holley, Sr., Jordan M.
Jarrett, Keith D. Jones, Sr., William E. Kneep, Christy Jester, Khristopher Leach, April L. Lee,
Anny Amado Mantilla, Joshua C. Massey, Fredy B. Oscal, Aaron Palmer, Mark Pulsifer, Jordan
S. Reynolds, Trevor Smith, Kimberly L. Sowden, Jonathan P. Taylor, Julie M. Taylor, Charla C.
Walls, Evan A. Wennberg, Jeffrey C. Westerfield
Second Level – Elder
Tara L. Alton, Kay Lynn Bright, Isabell N. Clark, Raul Delgado, Jesus Chavez, Christy R. Dickt,
Beauvoir Duperoy, James L. Ellison, Angela Fey, Rodrigue Francois, Jade E. Frederick, Lexa S.
Herbert, Benjamin A. Hobbs, James R. Huntington, Christine A. Jones, Olivia Jurado, Karon
Kagan, Robert G. Kapfer, Joseph Kennedy, Mary Killen, Ashley M. Lawter, Dana C. Leach,
Khristine C. Leach, Brian S. Remsch, Cesar A. Requena, Samuel C. Reynolds, Hector Rivera,
Eli S. Rivera-Toledo, Richard A. Rotz, Saida Rubio, Jose L. Sichory, Henry H. Sweeney, Jr.,
William R. Thomas, Eric W. Valenstein, Veronica Vandervort, Luis A. Yenco
Third Level – Elder
Adam C. Barton, Scott A. Beattie, David A. Blades, Evan Bogle, Danette A. Buchanan, Robin E.
Curtis, Treasa M. Edwards, Lela A. Garrett, Roshelle T. Gordon, Garet O. Hanshew, Andrew P.
Jones, Nathaniel Jones, Dolores L. Joyner, Liliana C. Llerena, Christopher L. Lyons, Andrew C.
Miller, Lynda J. Thompson, Shane R. Valenstein, Larry A. Whaley, Rebekah L. Wolfe, Kathleen
S. Wright
Fourth Level – Elder
Kurt D. Anderson, Marjorie C. Bailey, M. Ester Calderon, Leah M. Garrett, Debra L. Kasecamp,
James W. Kasecamp, Sr., Fredy Vasquez Lopez, Melissa J. Mankamyer, Juan J. Mendez, Ronald
A. Skarupa, Jeffery A. Wolfe
2014 Graduates
Kristen A. Beckert, Frederick M. Carlisle, Kevin E. Davis, Gerold Dorleans, Daniel H. Kemper,
Joakim Kamugisha, Laura C. Presta, Joseph H. Thomas, A. Ajay Vyas
Continued Graduate Status
David R. Breedlove, Kristi L. Jennings, Nicole M. Kessler, Anibal J. Maceira, Robert L.
Prescott, Charlene A. Sorensen
Continued District Lay Minister Status
James R. Huntington, Nathaniel Jones, Debra L. Kasecamp, Ronald A. Skarupa
Respectfully submitted,
TERRY S. SOWDEN, Chairman
ARTHUR T. ROXBY III, Academic Dean
4. Family Camp Program Committee
Mid-Atlantic District Family Camp 2013 was the 7th year now that we’ve been at
Roxbury Holiness Camp in Roxbury, Pennsylvania. As always, it was a week filled with spiritual
growth and renewal. We were grateful to God and inspired by our guest speakers, Rev. Gerry
Whetstone and Rev. Philip McAlister. Our worship leaders in the main tabernacle were Dave &
Kirsten Hart. Rev. Philip McAlister also served as our guest Missionary for the week. Roy
Flowers led our early Morning Prayer time each day. The teens were led by Matt Moser & Henry
Sweeney III, with guest speaker Rev. Kris Beckert. One of the ENC Summer Ministry Teams
(with our own Bethany Mohnkern) helped with the teens as well. Janelle Beiler & Amber
Sweeney oversaw the entire children’s ministries for camp. Mark & Sherri Mohnkern headed up
the preteen ministry. Ajay & Julie Vyas and their team of helpers (including the ENC Summer
Ministry Team) served as our children’s ministry workers. Our Kindergarten/Toddler/Nursery
program was staffed by the Jones, Kuehne, Taylor, Moser, and Sweeney families. Thanks to all
of these great volunteers who help make Family Camp week possible!
There was also a Latino Family Camp from the Mid-Atlantic District that occurred
during the weekend of Camp. The Latino Family Camp continues to grow in popularity and
turnout.
We’d like to thank a few more people: Lynn & Kim Sowden for their work in overseeing
the Registration Desk throughout the week, Lynn Hernandez and her crew for their leadership in
the kitchen and the dish room, Darlene Sowden and her crew for running the camp bookstore,
Dennis and Sheila Grap for overseeing Cantina Cove, Sally Balch for directing Ice Cream Island,
Melissa Mankamyer for serving as “Cruise Director,” Everett Mitchell for running sound, Ken
Balch for overseeing power point, Art Roxby and his crew for covering security at camp, Rob
Wells for directing recreational activities including softball, kickball, golf and Family Night at
the Chambersburg Pool, Charissa Mohnkern for running the water slide, and a big thank you to
the District Staff (Beth Wells, Ken Balch, Terry Sowden, and Ken Mills) for all of the time and
preparation they put in to making camp happen!
Family Camp 2014 will again be held at Roxbury Holiness Camp beginning on Monday
June 30th, and will run through Sunday July 6th. The speakers will be Rev. David Bowser and
Rev. Mike Benson, with Rev. Browning serving as the Missionary for the week. Derek Parson
and Team will serve as the worship leaders in the Tabernacle. Some of the events for the week
include: Lay Ice Cream Kickoff, ENC Night, Family Night at the Chambersburg Pool, Missions
Service, Pastors & Family Ice Cream Social, Youth Service, a bike parade & picnic in
celebration of the 4th of July, baptisms, and much more! We anticipate another week of joyous
fellowship, passionate worship, and an all-around blessed time in the Lord. Please be sure to join
us!
Respectfully Submitted,
JONATHAN W. BATCHELDER, Director
C. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEES
1. Finance Committee
In order to properly finance our global and district ministries, we present the following
resolutions. The premise on which these are based is the pattern of “tithes” and offerings, which
we teach our people as proper biblical stewardship. The basic principle will be 10% plus
missions.
Funding The Mission
1. That each local organized church:
a. Give 5.5 percent of its current adjusted income to the District Ministries (which
includes all District Auxiliaries i.e. NMI {.225%}, SDMI {.225%}, and NYI
{.225%});
b. Give 2.25 percent of its current adjusted income to Pensions and Benefits;
c. Give 2.25 percent of its current adjusted income to Eastern Nazarene College;
d. Give a minimum of 5.5 percent of its current adjusted income to the World
Evangelism Fund;
e. Send all funds given for District Ministries (including the NMI, SDMI, and NYI
auxiliaries), Pensions & Benefits, and Eastern Nazarene College to the district
treasurer for distribution; and
f. Send the World Evangelism Fund and other Global Mission Special dollars to the
general treasurer through the online giving tools at www.fundingthemission.org or
mail them to the general treasurer at PO Box 843116, Kansas City, MO 64184.
2. That each church plant give 10% of its current adjusted income, which will be divided
between World Evangelism Fund, Pensions & Benefits, Education {ENC}, District
Ministries, and the three District Auxiliaries. These funds should all be sent to the district
treasurer who will distribute the funds to the various entities.
3. That income for local organized churches and church plants includes all funds which are
charitable contributions, less the amount paid to World Missions, Ten Percent Mission
Specials, District Missional Ministry pledges and other specials that have been approved.
4. That all local organized churches and church plants send their 10% to the district treasurer by
the 10th of each month.
5. That a special pledge will be received at the 2014 District Assembly and that it be designated
to go to church plants, and other urban and multicultural missions on the district.
District Finance
6. That the district superintendent receive:
a. One month or 5 weeks for serving 20-29 years; 6 weeks for serving 30 or more years
vacation with pay.
b. Reimbursement for Social Security and hospitalization premiums at the prevailing
rates.
c. Reimbursement for all district-related expenses including district and denominational
conventions, recruitment trips, preachers’ meetings, and travel expenses.
d. The maximum tax-sheltered annuity available through the Board of Pensions and
Benefits USA.
e. Premium coverage for accidental death, travel insurance, and four units of
supplemental life insurance of $40,000, as provided by the General Board of the
Church of the Nazarene or through another company.
f. Premium coverage for disability insurance as developed by the General Board of the
Church of the Nazarene.
g. That the district provide to the district superintendent a housing allowance.
h. A sabbatical leave, similar to the proposal for local pastors.
7. District journals:
a. That the district secretary will make available a “PDF” copy of the district journal to
each local organized church and each church plant.
b. That each church and church plant distribute the journal to their officers and church
leaders either in “PDF” form or in printed form.
8. That all departments using the services of the district office reimburse the district missional
resource center at the prevailing rate for secretarial assistance, plus the cost of postage and
supplies.
9. That the cost of the annual Pastors’ and Spouses’ Retreat, less the pastors’ and spouses’
lodging and meals, be included in the District Budget; and that each church provide funds for
its pastor’s and spouse’s travel, lodging and meals, at the Pastors’ and Spouses’ Retreat.
10. That the interest from all interest bearing accounts, except designated funds, be applied to the
Church Extension Fund.
11. That the district financial records be reviewed each year by a qualified accountant within six
months of the district assembly with the accountant’s report becoming part of the next year’s
district minutes and that the auxiliary records and records of the District Laymen’s Retreat
and Williamson Bible Institute be reviewed by a District Auditing Committee.
12. That the travel allowance for district business be based on one half the current IRS rate
(rounded up to the whole cent), plus tolls, meals, and lodging if necessary.
13. That the salaries and expense accounts in the District Budget be paid on the basis of the
church year.
14. That the District Advisory Board care for the following matters:
a. Provide for a district missional resource center.
b. That all money received from the sale of properties of disorganized churches, less
encumbrances and costs, be received by the District Advisory Board to be used for
future purchases, debt retirement, or for deposit in the Church Extension Fund.
c. That, on request, the District Advisory Board provides local churches with criteria for
auditing their financial books.
d. That a pastors’ benevolence fund be maintained to assist pastors in personal
emergency situations; that the fund be administered by the District Advisory Board.
e. That any district line item balances at the end of the statistical year be used at the
discretion of the District Advisory Board.
f. That all financial matters not provided for in this report be referred to the District
Advisory Board for consideration and action throughout the assembly year.
15. That the chairman of the Assembly Finance Committee appoint a Ministerial Support
subcommittee to recommend to the district assembly guidelines for the local churches’
support of pastors, pastoral assistants, and evangelists.
16. That no district board, committee or other entity shall overspend their district budget line
item(s) limit without the prior authorization of the District Advisory Board.
Local Finance
17. We recommend the following:
a. That each church be encouraged in the stewardship of its possessions as this relates to
wills, annuities, and life loans on behalf of the church, with special emphasis on
missions and education; and we encourage every church to utilize the Church of the
Nazarene Foundation to facilitate planned and deferred gifts from their members to
any Nazarene ministry, including gifts to the local church, and to use the Foundation
to manage investment accounts, endowments, or charitable trusts.
Visit
www.NazareneFoundation.org or call 866-273-2549.)
b. That each church provide an annual emphasis on storehouse tithing.
c. That each church make an annual contribution to the American Bible Society, the
Nazarene Bible College, and the Nazarene Theological Seminary.
d. That each church prepare and adopt an annual comprehensive budget and monitoring
system in compliance with the Manual ¶129.6-129.7, which shall include
denominational budgets; that the tithes and offering amount be sufficient to
supplement all special offerings in the budget; that pastors promote support of the
tithes and offering items; and that a special attempt be made to meet the budget at
least on a monthly basis.
e. That each church adopt a unified treasury system with all funds in the church account;
and that each church treasurer present complete written financial reports including
departmental records, balance analysis, year-to-date charts, and denominational
budget status reports to each monthly board meeting. (Manual ¶136.3-136.4)
f. That all churches consider unpaid denominational monthly payments as outstanding
accounts to be paid in full before the end of the statistical year.
g. That each church should retain financial records according to the guidelines supplied
by the district auditing committee and records should be periodically reviewed by an
external entity.
h. That all church records be open at all times to examination by the pastor.
i. That each church uses the services of a banking system, that all accounts are in the
name of the church, and that payments are made by the church only.
j. That the District Missional Resource Center provide for each church, guidelines for
their church insurance programs.
k. That each church consider the establishment of a literature fund to provide
subscriptions to the Holiness Today for their member families.
l. That each pastor explore the availability of matching funds through industries of
employees contributing to our college, that the use of such matching funds be in strict
compliance with the policies of the companies and Eastern Nazarene College, and the
pastors secure the printed policies of the companies and Eastern Nazarene College as
guidelines.
Respectfully submitted,
DAVID J. SPARKS, Secretary
RICHARD A. WILSON, Chairperson
I.
I.
Appendix A — District Budget 2014-2015
District Ministries Fund
Receipts (Budgeted)
A. Funding The Mission
B. Missional Ministry
1. Individual Pledges
7,500
2. Church Pledges
20,000
C. Transfer from CEF
D. Interim Pastoral Services
E. Auxiliaries
1. SDMI
1,000
2. NMI
1,000
3. NYI
1,000
F. Administration Services - WBI
G. Unbudgeted Receipts
H. Prior Year Pledge Payments
District Ministries Fund
Disbursements (Budgeted)
A. Special Projects
B. Missional Ministry
1. Missional Support
19,000
2. Missional Expenses
1,000
C. Leadership Development
1. Area Pastors' Meetings
1,200
2. Pastor’s Prayer Retreat
750
3. Seminars & Resources
2,250
4. Books
750
D. District Staff
E. District Operations
1. District Officers Travel & Prof. Exp.
51,450
2. Missional Resource Center
21,241
a. Capital Improvements
b. Cleaning Services
1,200
c. Insurance - Property
2,041
d. Kitchen
1,800
e. Lawn Service
1,000
f. Maintenance & Repair
1,000
g. Supplies
500
h. Telephone
7,500
i. Utilities
6,200
3. Office Expenses
21,450
a. Office Equip. & Expense
11,000
596,303
500,000
27,500
53,412
1,000
3,000
500
891
10,000
596,303
600
20,000
4,950
390,862
151,391
b. Office Supplies
c. Postage
d. Temp. Help
4. District Activities
a. CPA Review
b. District Assembly
c. Flowers
d. Legal Fees
e. Pastors' and Spouse Retreat
f. Pastors' Wives' Retreat
g. Web Page
h. Ministry Assessment Center
5. District Boards & Committees
6. District Insurance
a. Liability
b. Workers' Compensation
F. Contingency
G. Transfers
1. Transfer to Pastors' Benevolence
2. Transfer to Camp
3. Transfer to Designated Funds
a. General Assembly
b. DS Farewell
c. Leadership Advance
II. Church Extension Fund
Receipts (Budgeted)
A. General Account Draw
B. Interest Income
II. Church Extension Fund
Disbursements (Budgeted)
A. Transfer to Mission Partnering
B. Transfer to Ministerial Resourcing
C. Transfer to District Ministries
D. Transfer to Property Acquisition
III. Pastors' Benevolence Fund
Receipts (Budgeted)
A. Transfer from District Ministries
III. Pastors' Benevolence Fund
Disbursements (Budgeted)
IV. Family Camp Fund
Receipts (Budgeted)
Camp Income
2,250
1,200
7,000
47,250
4,500
25,000
750
5,000
2,500
2,500
5,000
2,000
6,000
4,000
2,800
1,200
28,500
2,500
20,000
6,000
3,500
1,000
1,500
83,412
52,912
28,813
83,412
10,000
10,000
53,412
10,000
2,500
2,500
44,050
35,000
Cash Offerings
Pledges
Partner Contributions
Trans from District Budget
Missionary Offerings
Children & Pre-Teen Program
Offerings
Registrations
Teen Program
Offerings
Registrations
NYI Contribution
Latino Offerings
Other Income
Disbursements (Budgeted)
Advertising
Camp Facilities
Insurance
Nurse
Office Operations
Recreation
Security
Worker's Room and Board
Kitchen Help
Honorariums
Evangelist
Honorarium
Travel
Bible Teacher
Honorarium
Travel
Worship
Honorarium
Travel
Missionary
Honorarium
Children & Pre-Teen Program
Materials & Program Exp.
Evangelists
Honorarium
Travel
ENC Team
9,000
6,000
20,000
1,500
950
350
600
4,250
100
3,000
1,150
900
1,450
44,050
600
5,000
900
150
2,600
500
50
14,000
3,000
3,000
1,850
1,500
350
2,050
1,500
550
1,250
1,100
150
1,500
1,500
4,450
650
2,300
2,000
300
1,500
V.
V.
VI.
VI.
VII.
VII.
VIII.
VIII.
Teen Program
Activities
ENC Team
Speaker
Honorarium
Travel
Young Adult Program
Latino Program
Speaker
Travel
Expenses
ENC Camp Scholarship
Designated Funds
Receipts (Budgeted)
Transfer from District Ministries
General Assembly
DS Farewell
Leadership Advance (TEAM Day)
Designated Funds
Disbursements (Budgeted)
Leadership Advance (TEAM Day)
Fund Balance Increase
General Assembly
DS Farewell
Mission Partnering Fund
Receipts (Budgeted)
Transfer from Church Extension Fund
Mission Partnering Fund
Disbursements (Budgeted)
Fund Balance Increase
Ministerial Resourcing Fund
Receipts (Budgeted)
Transfer from Church Extension Fund
Ministerial Resourcing Fund
Disbursements (Budgeted)
Pastors' Term Life Insurance
Fund Balance Increase
Property Acquisition Fund
Receipts (Budgeted)
Transfer from Church Extension Fund
Property Acquisition Fund
Fund Balance Increase
4,600
1,500
1,500
1,600
1,300
300
250
500
100
400
1,000
6,000
6,000
3,500
1,000
1,500
1,500
1,500
4,500
3,500
1,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
2,050
2,050
7,950
10,000
10,000
10,000
Sunday School & Discipleship Ministries International Budget 2014-2015
Receipts (Budgeted)
District Operational Fund
30,325
Funding The Mission
25,000
From Reserves
5,175
Interest
150
Disbursements (Budgeted)
District Operational Fund
5,705
Board Expense
1,510
Travel
550
Postage
50
Secretarial
185
Stationery Supplies
90
Telephone
90
Treasurer’s Supplies
45
Love Gifts
500
Program and Promotion
4,195
District Web Page
1,000
Promotion Expenses
90
Recognition of Servants Heart
185
Local Church Resource
2,000
District Events
920
Children’s Ministries
11,320
Council Expense
500
Program and Promotion
10,820
Promotion
200
Children’s Camp Allocation
6,000
Quizzing
900
Local Church Resourcing
920
Contingency
300
NMI Convention
500
Sound System
2,000
Children’s Campout
Adult Ministries
2,800
Council Expense
Program and Promotion
2,800
Marriage/Family
500
Contingency
800
Singles Ministries
1,500
Leadership Advance
5,000
Honorarium/Staff Expense
3,500
30,325
30,325
Allocation to District
General Convention
Regional and General Meetings
Travel
Registration & Housing
Contingency
1,500
3,000
2,000
1,000
1,000
500
Appendix B — Funding The Mission 2014-2015
Funding The Mission (as referenced in the Finance Committee Report)
That each local organized church:
a. Give 5.5 percent of its current adjusted income to the District Ministries (which includes
all district auxiliaries i.e. NMI {.225%}, SDMI {.225%}, and NYI {.225%});
b. Give 2.25 percent of its current adjusted income to Pensions and Benefits;
c. Give 2.25 percent of its current adjusted income to Eastern Nazarene College;
d. Give a minimum of 5.5 percent of its current adjusted income to the World Evangelism
Fund;
e. Send all funds given for District Ministries (including NMI, SDMI, and NYI auxiliaries),
Pensions & Benefits, and Eastern Nazarene College to the district treasurer for
distribution; and
f. Send the World Evangelism Fund and Ten Percent Mission Special dollars to the general
treasurer through the online giving tools at www.fundingthemission.org or mail them to
the general treasurer at PO Box 843116, Kansas city, MO 64184.
That each church plant give 10% of its current adjusted income, which will be divided
between World Evangelism Fund, Pensions & Benefits, Education {ENC}, District
Ministries, and the three District Auxiliaries. These funds should all be sent to the district
treasurer who will distribute the funds to the various entities.
That income for local organized churches and church plants includes all funds which are
charitable contributions, less the amount paid to World Missions, Ten Percent Mission
Specials, District Missional Ministry pledges and other specials that have been approved.
That all local organized churches and church plants send their 10% to the district treasurer by
the 10th of each month.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Appendix C — Ministerial Support Committee
Outline of Report
I.
II.
Salary
1. Full-time Pastors
2. Setting the Pastor’s Cash Salary
3. Compensation Considerations
4. Salary Review
5. Housing
6. Bi-vocational Arrangements
7. New Pastor Consideration
Employee Benefits
8. Structuring Compensation Packages
9. Social Security Reimbursement
10. Figuring the Social Security Tax
11. Vacations
12. Paternity/Maternity Leave
III. Other Benefits
13. Continuing Education
14. Regular Days Off
15. Rest, Renewal and Spiritual Growth
16. Daily Prayer for the Pastor and Family
17. Pastoral Staff Appreciation and Care
18. Marriage Renewal Retreat
19. Fund for Regional and General Conferences
IV. Local Church Expenses
20. Professional Expenses
21. Auto Reimbursement
22. Moving Expenses
23. Pastor’s Christmas Gift
24. Pastor’s Office
V. Retirement Considerations
25. Tax-sheltered Annuity
26. Pensions and Benefits Budget
VI. Insurance Considerations
27. Health Insurance Statement
28. Term Life Insurance
29. Income Protection Plan
30. Professional Liability Insurance
VII. Action Items
31. District-Sponsored Financial Seminars
32. Report Distribution
VIII. Benevolence
33. Christmas Assistance
34. Retired Pastors, Evangelists, and Missionaries (and spouses)
IX. Evangelist’s Support
35. Evangelist’s Remuneration
36. Evangelist’s Christmas Gift
37. Resident Evangelists
X. Pulpit Supply
38. Retired Ministers
39. Compensation for Pulpit Supply
XI. Pastoral Sabbath Rest
40. The Sabbatical
The purpose of the Ministerial Support Committee is to encourage each church’s affirmation and
care of its minister(s) and his/her family. Support of the minister by the church is an expression
of the belief in the call of God on the minister’s life.
We believe that the churches have a right to expect spiritual and administrative leadership from
their pastors, and that they are in turn responsible to provide their ministers with an adequate
living and contribute to a respectable retirement. We also believe that the pastors’ salary and
support should be the first priority in every church’s financial obligations.
We recommend that the church board or an appropriately assigned committee review all
pertinent portions of this report in preparation for the annual budget meeting.
We further recommend:
I. Salary
1. That each church strives toward the goal of employing its lead pastor on a full-time basis.
2. That 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 + 7
percent of the excess above $100,000.
3. Consideration should be given that compensation should reflect the pastor’s position within
the local church and within the community. Compensation should also reflect the length of
experience, level of education, demonstration of capability, productivity, length of service,
and level of successful leadership in the management of the local church.
4. That church boards review pastor and pastoral staff compensation at least once a year with
consideration given to both (1) merit increase, and (2) increase for cost of living. It is
important to note that failure to provide a cost-of-living increase to the pastor actually results
in a salary reduction equal to the inflation experienced during the year in question. This is
why cost-of-living and merit increases should be simultaneously considered.
a. The total package, salary and benefits such as housing allowance, insurance and
social security (self-employment tax), should be analyzed.
b. If this analysis shows that an increase is needed, especially in the area of salary, that a
two-to-five year plan of raises and/or benefit increases be instituted to bring the total
compensation package to a suitable level.
c. Church boards are encouraged to look beyond current resources and ask themselves,
“if the finances were not a restriction, what should our pastor and staff be making?”,
and then establish their financial goals.
The local church board secretary shall notify the district leadership of any increase/decrease
given to the pastoral staff.
5. That each church provides housing for all full-time pastoral staff. Realizing that a home is
one element of retirement, we encourage churches to adopt one of the following options:
Option One — Establishment by the church board of a monthly housing allowance. To
implement the housing allowance method, we recommend consideration for the following
guidelines:
a. The following items should be included in the calculations:
(1) Mortgage payment
(2) Insurance
(3) Utilities
(4) Property taxes
Note: This must all be done in conformity with Internal Revenue Service regulations.
b. Provide for assistance with down payment and closing costs. Government regulations
allow for no-interest loans to be made.
c. Funding possibilities to enable a church to change from providing a parsonage to
providing a housing allowance include:
(1) The sale of the present parsonage(s) (refer to Manual paragraph 104) and the
investment of the proceeds from the sale in an investment fund to generate
revenue for the housing allowance.
(2) The pastor may want to buy the parsonage. If so, the church can establish the
Housing allowance, the pastor obtains a loan; the church invests the proceeds
and pays the housing allowance to the pastor, who in turn pays the mortgage
payments.
Option Two — The church provides housing for all full-time pastoral staff in the form of a
parsonage and utilities (excluding their personal long-distance calls). When the church elects
this option, they will pay into the full-time staff person’s own equity-housing fund, realizing
that housing is a key element for the retirement years. During a full tenure of serving
churches, the staff person would accumulate a nest egg for housing upon retirement. The
guidelines for this fund:
a. A fund would be established for each full-time staff member.
b. The fund would follow the full-time staff member from church to church.
c. Each church should consider an annual amount of $1,500 to $2,500 for the equity
fund.
This option would enable the local church to keep a parsonage, while enabling the fulltime
staff to develop a fund for retirement housing.
6. That when a church cannot support a salary and benefits package that meets the financial
needs of their pastor, they allow their pastor to be bi-vocational with their permission and
blessing. The pastor should be allowed to work enough hours outside the church to meet his
or her financial needs. Pastors should not consider working more hours than necessary to
meet their financial needs. In determining whether the pastor should be considered full-time,
churches should only take into consideration compensation for pastoral services.
7. That when a church is calling a new pastor, the church board considers continuing at least the
same level of pastoral support for the new pastor. The board secretary should prepare a letter
of policy for the candidate outlining the salary, housing, benefits, reimbursements, vacation
and other support policies to the candidate before the initial interview.
II. Employee Benefits
8. Pastoral compensation packages should be discussed between the pastor and the church
board to maximize allowable Internal Revenue Service tax exclusions. When structuring the
package for housing allowance for example, the following should not only be evaluated from
the standpoint of compensation but also based on the tax impact.
a. Full rent or mortgage payment
b. Insurance (both property and contents)
c. Property taxes
d. Improvements
e. Furniture: purchase and repairs
f. Furnishings: purchase and repairs
g. Utilities and homeowners association dues
h. Cleaning
i. Repairs, maintenance and remodeling to home
j. Landscaping
k. Alarm systems
l. Internet and cable or satellite television
Another area that should be evaluated from the standpoint of both compensation and tax
impact is health/dental insurance/expenditures. Information on both of these areas may be
obtained from Pensions and Benefits USA (pbusa.org).
9. That each church reimburses all pastoral staff for their full Social Security tax, and that the
reimbursement payments are made at least quarterly or proportionately with each salary
check.
10. The 2014 SECA tax rate for the self-employed pastor is 15.3 percent. The formula for
figuring the pastor’s Social Security is:
a. Pastor’s annual cash salary:
$ _________________
b. Add housing and/or fair rental value of parsonage:
$ _________________
c. Total of a and b:
$ _________________
d. Multiply by .153:
$ _________________
e. Divide by .847:
$ _________________
f. This amount equals the Social Security:
$ _________________
11. That all ministers on the church staff be granted vacation with salary and pulpit supply paid
by the church. That dates scheduled for vacation be set at their discretion with approval of
the senior/lead pastor and the church board. A full vacation week is to include seven
consecutive days. That vacation time shall be based on the following formula:
a. At least two weeks for pastors serving the denomination for the first four years
b. At least three weeks for pastors serving the denomination for 5 to 9 years
c. At least four weeks for pastors serving the denomination for 10 to 19 years
d. At least five weeks for pastors serving the denomination for 20 to 29 years
e. At least six weeks for pastors serving the denomination for 30 or more years
It is recommended that each pastor and associate(s) adopt the church year for the purpose of
scheduling vacation time. Vacation time should not accumulate from year to year without the
approval of the church board. Time spent at district and general church functions should not
be counted as vacation or time off because attendance at these functions is part of the pastor’s
official duties.
12. That all paid ministers on the church staff be granted at least 3 weeks paternity paid leave
and/or 6 weeks paid maternity leave. Volunteer staff should be offered the same leave times.
In cases of adoption (and their many variations) we recommend that the local church initiate
conversation with the pastoral family as to what might be appropriate and helpful.
III. Other Benefits
13. That each church encourages all of its pastoral staff to enrich their ministerial training by
providing funds to permit them to engage in some form of advanced or continuing education,
such as ministerial conventions, seminars, directed studies, and special college and seminary
courses, or the purchase of professional development materials and the payment of
professional dues.
14. That each church, recognizing the intensity of duties on the Lord’s day, insist that their
pastors take at least one full day off each week or its equivalent for worship and rest. Since
this is not always possible, we recommend that the day off be carried over. Also, personal
time should be taken at a time of the pastors’ own choosing and is in addition to national
holidays. In addition, the church board should be sensitive to particularly stressful time
periods, and grant additional time off as needed.
15. That churches consider granting the pastors times away for rest, renewal, prayer, and spiritual
growth. In addition, we recommend that the pastors be given at least one week off each year
for study. This would not be a vacation but a serious means of strengthening the minister and
their service. No minister can keep high standards without planned and consistent learning.
This could include attendance at a minister’s workshop.
16. The church board should provide leadership in organizing and implementing daily prayer on
behalf of their pastors and families.
17. That each local church select a key couple or organize a board committee to assist in
improving and facilitating care of the pastoral staff. The key couple/committee shall pray for
and encourage the pastoral staff and their families in every way possible. It shall be the duty
of the key couple/committee to oversee and facilitate all special and seasonal expressions of
love given to the pastoral staff and their families. They are also to be aware of and coordinate
practical ways of assisting the pastoral staff and their families (e.g. provision for child care
for church retreats, conventions, and assemblies, etc.) and help find ways as a church to
minister to the children of the pastors and staff.
18. That considering the high rate of stress ministry places on clergy couples, each church should
encourage and enable its full-time ministers to attend periodic marriage enrichment retreats,
paying all expenses, and not consider this as vacation time.
19. That our churches, wherever possible, establish a fund to pay expenses of their pastoral staff
and spouse(s) to attend evangelism conferences, general assembly, PALCON, WILCON,
District Pastors' & Spouse Retreat, and other district, regional, and general conferences and
retreats.
IV. Local Church Expenses
20. That the following professional expenses incurred on official church business, and not
reimbursed by the district or other sources, be reimbursed through an accountable plan for all
pastoral staff in addition to their salary:
a. Entertainment: home & restaurants (housing church guests, etc.)
b. Business Meals
c. Ministry-related gifts (wedding, baby, etc.) and Benevolent gifts
d. Assemblies, conventions, continuing education expenses:
—Registration fees, Air/train/bus/car rental, Lodging/tips/laundry, Meals and tips
21. That the local church provides an auto reimbursement:
a. Through an accountable reimbursement plan at the current IRS-accepted mileage rate
per business mile (such plan should meet the minimum reporting requirements as set
forth by the U.S. tax code).
b. Or provides a church-owned and maintained vehicle for the pastor’s use.
22. That the moving expenses of incoming full-time pastoral staff be paid by the local church,
including taxes on automobile and other taxable property (when applicable), and to give an
amount equal to an extra week’s salary for miscellaneous expenses for relocation.
Consideration should be made for the moving expenses of a retiring pastor and incoming
part-time staff.
23. That each church remembers the pastoral staff and families with a generous Christmas gift
(e.g., one week’s cash salary).
24. That the church provides a comfortable and well-equipped office-study for the pastor’s use.
This provision should include necessary equipment such as telephone (land and mobile),
computer (with internet access), and all necessary supplies, postage, and secretarial help as
needed.
V. Retirement Considerations
25. That each church fund a tax-sheltered annuity for pastoral staff, in addition to their cash
salary, in an amount equal to at least 5 percent (a minimum of $500 per year and not to
exceed the maximum amount allowable by law) of the pastor’s annual cash salary, using
Pensions and Benefits USA Supplement Retirement Plan or equivalent.
26. That each church pay 10% of their current adjusted monthly income to the District Missional
Resource Center in order to fulfill the Pensions and Benefits Allocation that will assure
maximum retirement and life insurance benefits for their pastor from Pensions and Benefits
USA.
VI. Insurance Considerations
27. We recommend that each church work with their pastoral staff to provide the best health
insurance plan possible. It has been determined that health insurance acquired in the local
area provides both better coverage and more cost effective coverage. Churches that are
unable to obtain suitable coverage at a reasonable price in the local area may want to explore
potential coverage through other entities including the Affordable Health Care Act or the
Health Insurance Marketplace.
Churches that employ retired ministers as paid staff are encouraged to give consideration to
covering the cost of providing supplemental insurance coverage and reimbursing the staff
member for health insurance costs currently being deducted from Social Security for
Medicare coverage.
We further recommend that the local church consider reimbursing the pastoral family for outof-the-pocket medical expenses (i.e., deductible and/or co-insurance). This may allow for
higher deductible with lower premiums resulting in a lower overall cost. The tax implications
of this action should be explored.
28. Churches are strongly encouraged to provide term life insurance for their pastor and pastoral
staff.
a. By participating in the district-arranged term life insurance, paying the premium out
of the local church budget. The district will arrange for basic term life insurance for
all assigned ministers and fulltime ministerial staff (associates) who are on the payroll
of churches for the Mid-Atlantic District Church of the Nazarene. Premiums for those
ministers employed by the district and for senior pastors serving organized churches
or church plants whose total church income is less than $40,000, line 32 on the APR,
and for active evangelists (those holding six or more revivals in the previous year)
will be paid out of the Ministerial Resource Fund. Churches providing this coverage
are requested to pay the premium on an annual basis to the district treasurer upon
receiving the invoice.
b. By some other option at an equal amount of coverage or more. The district coverage
amount should be considered a minimum.
29. That each church considers adoption of the general church’s income protection plan
(disability insurance), and accidental death and dismemberment insurance plan. That it be
recognized as a Christian responsibility to give the pastor sick leave with full pay up to 90
days; and that if the illness continues longer, the termination of the leave should be
determined by the local church board in consultation with the District Superintendent.
30. That each church should provide a professional liability rider on the church insurance policy
for the pastor/staff.
VII. Action Items
31. That the Ministerial Support Subcommittee plan and implement a seminar as a part of
LEADERSHIP ADVANCE (formerly TEAM Day) and recommend knowledgeable finance
and tax consultants available to assist the pastors, church treasurers and the church’s financial
committees and/or trustees in financial areas, income tax management and retirement
planning for the pastor.
32. That the Ministerial Support Committee report be sent to all pastors and/or church board
secretaries by internet means to be read to their boards in a fall board meeting. The church
board needs to reply back to the district any action that was taken.
VIII. Benevolence
33. Those churches that are able should give material assistance at Christmas to other pastors and
their families who are in situations of specific need. Churches should contact the District
Superintendent for the names of those pastors and staff members who need such assistance.
34. That churches honor retired pastors, evangelists, and missionaries (and their spouses) who
are a part of their congregation by remembering them appropriately on their birthdays,
wedding anniversary, Christmas, etc. Churches that are able should give financial assistance
and also help the above attend district assembly, pastors and spouse retreat, etc.
IX. Evangelist’s Support
35. That each church upon calling an evangelist provide remuneration in an amount equal to
twice the pastor’s weekly cash salary for the number of Sundays of the meeting; that
consideration be given to reimbursing travel expenses and health insurance premium; that
proportional reimbursement be given for Social Security tax; and that the amount of
remuneration be communicated to the evangelist before the meeting.
36. That each evangelist called by a local church, within the present church year, be remembered
at Christmas with a cash gift of at least $25.
37. That each local church which has a commissioned evangelist who supports that church with
tithes and offerings consider helping the evangelist with expenses to each evangelism
conference and general assembly; and that the district consider helping each commissioned
evangelist on its rolls with expenses to each conference on evangelism and general assembly.
X. Pulpit Supply
38. We recommend that retired ministers be employed for pulpit supply as frequently as possible.
Retired ministers live on limited retirement benefits and may welcome the opportunity to
provide pulpit supply. Retired ministers are a source of experience and expertise that should
be utilized by the local church.
39. A minimum amount for pulpit supply should be $75.00 to $150.00 plus consideration of
travel expenses.
XI. Pastoral Sabbath Rest
40. The Sabbatical: Senior/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. The church board is encouraged to initiate discussion about a Sabbath rest
with their pastor.
a. What is the need? One of the church’s chief stewardship challenges is to maintain a
high level of proficiency among its leadership. 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.
b. Where did the idea come from? 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.
c. What is its purpose? 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.
d. 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 and 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.
e. 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.
f. Who is eligible? The following two conditions must be met. First, be a senior/lead
pastor, full-time pastoral staff member or district superintendent. (Note: senior/lead
pastor and full-time staff members are eligible whether they are ordained or not).
Second, be in full-time ministry for five consecutive years.
g. When should this be considered? After they have been with their current congregation
for five consecutive years and every fifth year thereafter or more often as the church
deems beneficial.
h. Duration of the sabbatical? The sabbatical should be between four and six weeks,
depending upon several circumstances. As a general rule, the thought is that four
weeks may be sufficient early and late in a pastor’s career, and that six weeks may be
more appropriate during the in-between years.
i. 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.
j. 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.
k. 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 after the
consideration of the application and proposal.
l. Process:
(1) A Sabbatical Committee will be formed, with the composition determined by
the pastor and church board.
(2) A written proposal shall be developed by the candidate and the Sabbatical
Committee and presented to the church board at least six months prior to the
beginning of the desired sabbatical. The proposal 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.
(3) No personnel changes shall be made without consulting the pastor.
(4) No two members of the pastoral staff may be on sabbatical leave at the same
time except by special permission of the church board.
(5) Mutual communication between the pastor and the Sabbatical Committee
during the leave period will be determined prior to the sabbatical.
(6) An evaluation of the sabbatical leave will be viewed in terms of both
ministerial and congregational impact. The pastor and the Sabbatical
Committee will each prepare a written report within the first six months after
he or she returns. 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.
m. Sabbath Rest Planning and Preparation. We recommend the following as steps of
planning and preparation for the pastor, prior to the Sabbath rest.
(1) Allow six months to plan the Sabbath rest.
(2) Develop a plan in which the Sabbath Rest Committee and church board
mutually agree.
(3) Timing is vital. There’s a time to work, and there’s a time to rest.
(4) Use a consultant or mentor to help/assist you in: planning — objectively, and
evaluating — objectively.
(5) Search out program resources.
(6) Ask for congregational and church board input for the development of your
plan.
(7) Organize your financial arrangements. Extra expense may be incurred during
Sabbath rest.
(8) Plan to keep a daily journal.
(9) Make travel plans that will remove you from your normal routine.
(10) 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.
(11) Additional information on planning for sabbaticals may be obtained at the
following website:
http://usacanadaregion.org/global-clergy-development. You then scroll down and
click on the link "Sabbatical Resources".
Disclaimer
These guidelines are not intended to serve as tax advice. Questions regarding tax issues should
be directed to a qualified consultant. Contact the district office or international headquarters for
additional help.
2. Memoirs
Mid-Atlantic District Church of the Nazarene
March 31, 2014
Annapolis Latino
Rey Cecilia
Emma Cecilia Plazas
Baltimore Dundalk
Harry Roehl
Baltimore Parkville
Clifford Bowen
Bel Air
James McLaughlin
Berkeley Springs
Mary Ruth Barney
Carlisle
Martha Neidigh
Dover The Cross
Marie Clendaniel
Paul Clendaniel
Rev. David E. Sparks
Fawn Grove
Virginia Cochran
Irma Fullerton
Bobby Hooper
Blanch Woodruff
Frostburg
Rev. Joseph David Byers
Audrey R. Cleavenger
Viola Deal
Janie Evaline Lee
Gaithersburg
Billie Frazier
Oliver Whipp
Hagerstown
Shirley Davis
Hanover Trinity
Richard George
Havre de Grace The Great Commission
Joseph E. Evans, Sr.
Hancock Grace
Marie Steward
Laurel
Rev. Euel M. Fox
Laurel Fellowship
Vivian Upton
Martinsburg
Louis Hilliard
Zella Weaver
Milford
Ruth Bilbrough
Brian E. Killen
Mary Lou Lindsey
Ethel Link
Mount Airy New Beginning
Djurdica Rebernik
New Cumberland
Clifford Hersey
Gene Snell
New Freedom Trail
Rachel Wood
Owings Mills Latin American First
Ruthilia Sagastume
Petersburg
Kenneth Landis
Rising Sun
Stella Temple
Saint Charles LifeStream
Michael Mannchen
Salisbury Cross Pointe
Anne Aalders
Rev. Wesley R. Fader
June Jones
Donna Onyan
Dorothy Smith
James Watson
Bennie Webster
Severn Grace Pointe Community
Rev. Thomas H. Gray
Jack Jordan
Howard Young
Shippensburg
Louise Fridinger
Lewis “Sonny” Mitten
Shirley Perkins
Washington Grace
Loraine Nutter-Sturghill
York Stillmeadow
Evelyn Bailey
Ruth Burkholder
Betty Geyer
Gus Halter
Florence Johnson
Joe Johnston
Patti Kendall
Jane Kottmyer
Rodger Maul
3. Nominating Committee
Report 1
We, the Nominating Committee, composed of the District Superintendent Kenneth L. Mills,
Terry S. Sowden (District Secretary), Kelly C. Spitler, Matthew D. Moser, Russell J. Long, John
W. Nielson, George H. Fry, Kevin T. Hardy, Christy R. Dickt, Yolanda T. Lynner, Gary A.
Weslow, Stephanie Case, Julie M. Taylor, and July Haskell present the following report:
We recommend that the District Superintendent be authorized to replace vacancies on all boards
and committees where such replacements are not ordered by the Manual or other bylaws.
We recommend that following the election of the district boards and committees, the District
Superintendent shall appoint the chairperson for each of the boards and committees, unless
otherwise provided for in the Manual of the Church of the Nazarene. The appointed chairperson
shall organize the respective committees and boards for action on the Mid-Atlantic District.
We recommend that the elections for District Advisory Board, Board of Ministry, Eastern
Nazarene College Trustees, and Sunday School and Discipleship Ministries International Board
be determined by plurality vote.
We recommend the following limitations of tenure be applied to the District Advisory Board:
After a person has served on the District Advisory Board for one elected term that he or she shall
take a sabbatical for at least one year before being eligible to be nominated again.
We recommend that two ordained ministers be elected to the District Advisory Board for four
years (2018) from the following nominations: Steven L. Johnson, Claude C. Joyner, David J.
Sparks, Benjamin L. Spitler
We recommend that two lay personS be elected to the District Advisory Board for four years
(2018) from the following nominations: Maynor Discua, E. Jay Lewis, Nancy M. Myers, Don
Rodrick
We recommend that one lay person be elected as a nominee to Eastern Nazarene College for
one trustee position, to a four year term (2018) from the following nominations: E. Jay Lewis,
Jim Weslow
Report 2
We, the Nominating Committee, recommend the following:
That we elect four ordained ministers to a four year term (2018) to the Board of Ministry from
the following nominations: Steven R. Grosvenor, Philip J. Heap, Paul D. MacPherson, Robert P.
Merki, David J. Sparks, Richard A. Wilson
That we elect one minister for a three year term (2017) to the Sunday School and Discipleship
Ministries International (SDMI) Board from the following nominations: Eric R. Folk, Paul D.
Merritt
That we elect one lay person for a three year term (2017) to the Sunday School and
Discipleship Ministries International (SDMI) Board from the following nominations: Doug
Brice, Judy Haskell
Report 3
We, the Nominating Committee, recommend the election of the following board by acclamation
for one year (2014):
The Camp Program Committee: Jonathan W. Batchelder, Roy A. Flowers, Sharon E. Kessler,
Matthew D. Moser, Arthur T. Roxby, III, Amber M. Sweeney, Henry H. SweenEy III, G. Robert
Wells, Jr.
That the District Superintendent, Kenneth L. Mills; the Assistant District Superintendent, Terry
S. Sowden; the Missional Ministry Specialist, Kenneth R. Balch; the District Treasurer, Beth T.
Wells; the Latino Camp Directors, Edgar and Maria Enciso serve as ex-officio members of the
Camp Program Committee
Respectfully submitted,
JOHN W. NIELSON, Secretary
KENNETH L. MILLS, Chairman
VI. Minutes of Conventions
A. NMI CONVENTION
“Woven Together to Move With God”
MOVING WITH GOD NOW
Friday Evening, March 28, 2014
The Fifty-Seventh Annual Convention of the Mid-Atlantic District Nazarene Missions
International convened at Ellicott City, MD – Turf Valley Resort, Friday on March 28, 2014 with
a prelude of worship music led by Craig Haskell (Hollywood, Maryland). At 7:30 P.M.
President Mrs. Sharon Kessler welcomed all those present, formally opening the convention.
Rev. Verne Haskell opened the convention with prayer. Recognition was extended to guests and
introduction was provided for Dr. Philip Weatherill, President, Global NMI Council from High
Wycombe, England, United Kingdom. Due to conflicting schedules (Quincy, MA), Dr. Ken
Mills, District Superintendent greeted us via video encouraging us to “raise up a vision, global
and local.” Announcement was provided, including fourth year of the new format (combining
sessions with NYI). Registration, various displays and exhibits were present in adjacent rooms
providing ideas of promotion in your local church and many district NMI activities for 20142015 church year.
Mrs. Clara Swengosh made introduction to our “Concert of Prayer” focusing on our four
objectives for local churches (Praying, Discipling, Giving, Educating with the addition of
Involving). Every eight tables displayed one of the five individual objectives; followed by
individual prayer at their table – praising God and petitioning God’s attention to the specific
need. Craig Haskell provided soft background music during our “Concert of Prayer.”
President Kessler recognized our past district president, Rev. Robert (Bob) Prescott (in
attendance) and introduced Dr. Philip Weatherill as our speaker. Dr. Weatherill resides on the
British Isles South District where he has served as local NMI president and as district NMI
president for 15 years. He was Eurasia regional representative to the Global NMI Council for 8
years and vice president of Global NMI Council for 4 years. Dr. Weatherill holds a Bachelor of
Science degree and a PhD from Dundee University in Scotland. He is employed in the
pharmaceutical industry (drug safety); he is passionate about his job and souls. Dr. Weatherill is
married to Laura. Their daughter is Jennifer Mann; she and her husband, Doug, serve the
Church of the Nazarene and have 3 children.
Dr. Weatherill’s message was based upon Matthew 14:13-21. A comparison was
illustrated between the boy’s fish and loaves of bread and our small contributions to God’s
Kingdom; which provides huge results! Thanks were provided for following our 4 objectives
(Praying, Discipling, Giving and Education). Through our support as Christ’s workers, the
Church of the Nazarene is in 159 world areas, there are 712 missionaries, 167 missionary kids
were deployed from 27 world areas (missionary kids do the work of Christ, let’s not forget their
servant hood), over $38,000,000 funds were raised for WEF, in the past 19 years WEF
“overpayment” has resulted in entering 60 new world areas (averaging 3 per year), explosive
ministries in the Dominica Republic (goals being exceeded), 237 Alabaster projects under
construction, 9,000 projects completed, 60 medical clinics, 11,000 children in “Child
Sponsorship,” churches sent 41,892 Crisis Care Kits to Armenia, Georgia, Philippines, Ukraine,
and United States, 15,660 School Pal-Paks to Armenia, Papua New Guinea and Ukraine,
provided health care for 20,000 AID children in Africa, 3 million contacts in our Jesus Film
ministry (of which 750,000 made decision for Christ in 2012), 8,000 participants in W & W
teams, and the list goes on. Praise God! Dr. Weatherill spoke on the “mission call.” First, the
call is personal; second, the call is to the family; and third, the call is to the church family.
Whatever the call – respond! The mission call – if it was only human – we’d give up! Christ is
at the center!
A love offering was received for our missionary speaker, Dr. Weatherill.
Announcements were provided as to tomorrow’s agenda and voting instructions. The
youth service project (Crisis Care Kits) begins at 8:30 A.M. The NMI convention convenes at
9:00 A.M. Saturday morning. Mrs. Kessler closed in prayer.
Saturday, March 29, 2014
President Kessler welcomed the delegates and other participants to the morning session.
Hector Segundo opened the convention with prayer in Spanish. Craig Haskell led our opening
with congregational singing. Presentation of the “Flags of the Nations” of our 159 flags of our
world areas displaying our established/organized dates of entry; embedded into the presentation
was the recording of the Newboys “He Reigns” (powerful image of our Nazarene partnership).
The 57th Annual Convention was called to order by President Kessler. Dr. Ken Mill’s “video
greeting” spoke of our call to all be missionaries, where we live, serve, employed to be
internationally, globally, and locally mission minded. Secretary, Mrs. Rachel Hubbard informed
the delegation of the items of the convention organization and times of the convention until
adjournment. Items were adopted along with Rev. Terry Sowden serving as Parliamentarian and
Mrs. Beverly Flater as Recording Secretary.
Greetings were received from the following: Dr. Daniel Ketchum (via video –
recognizing the NMI’s 100th anniversary), Mrs. Evelyn Bowers (former District NMI President)
and Rev. Ellen Decker. Greetings being sent from our convention are: Dr. Daniel Ketchum
(Global NMI Director), Mrs. Evelyn Bowers (former District NMI President), Mrs. Doris
Carnahan (former District NMI President), Dr. Ken Mills (Mid-Atlantic District Superintendent,
our LINKS missionaries, our global representatives, and Rose Handloser (Mid-Atlantic District
Retired Missionary).
Mrs. Rachel Hubbard read report number one from the Nominating Committee. The
Nominating Committee recommends that the election of president be by a YES/NO ballot for a
term of two years. The nominee for President is Mrs. Sharon Kessler. The motion was adopted.
The results were 196 YES and 7 NO. Election carried. Report number two from the Nominating
Committee recommends that the election of secretary be by a YES/NO ballot for a three year
term. The nominee for Secretary is Mrs. Rachel Hubbard. The motion was adopted. The results
were 200 YES and 1 NO. Election carried. Report number three from the Nominating
Committee recommended the election of treasurer for a two year term. The nominee for
Treasurer is Mr. E. Jay Lewis. The motion was adopted. The results were 201 YES and 1 NO.
Election carried.
WEF and Madagascar Video reflected much growth under the work of our missionaries.
Direction and explanation was presented of our newest material packet. The packets
include a Mid-Atlantic District NMI Resource 2014-2015 USB Drive, a Global NMI Resource
2014 DVD, and other various materials. These resources are valuable to your local churches.
As an example, your new LINKS assignments for 2014-2016 are listed on the USB drive. We
say “goodbye” to our missionaries from the South East Asia Field and Albania as they rotate off
our district. Review your materials shortly on return to your homes.
PowerPoint greetings were received from our two new LINKS families. Mrs. Joyce
Willey continues to serve as our District LINKS coordinator.
Presidents were reminded to order their NMI materials from the Nazarene Publishing
House (representative in the foyer). It was noted that NMI listens to your requests and concerns;
the new 2014-2015 “Living Mission” Adult Education Packet has larger print, 12 lessons, and
improved material for leading your local church. The Global NMI encourages you to contact
them for improvements, ideas – they’ll listen.
In the absence of Dr. Mills, Mrs. Christy Dickt, VP Mid-Atlantic District NMI Council,
introduced President Sharon Kessler for the reading of her sixth annual report. (Please see
separate written report.) The delegation received her report with excitement and gratitude for
her leadership, direction, passion, one-on-one approach, willingness, and being missional.
Repeated, we were reminded that our mindset vision is Vastly Bigger than Ourselves! Mrs.
Dickt called for a love offering for President Kessler. Video providing update on the
Philippines, our Global response and partnership was presented during offering. Mrs. Dickt
returned the chair to Mrs. Kessler.
The combined service project (NYI/NMI) Crisis Care Kits are in full swing. Eighty-nine
youth are activity packing CCKs under the leadership of Mrs. Ashlie Deneau. Live streaming is
being sent via video as our morning session proceeds.
Rev. John Borgal reported on NCM and the Fawn Grove Compassion Center. During our
2013-2014 church year, we’ve had 199 volunteers from 10 states, 15 container shipments into 4
countries, 23 schools in Papua New Guinea received School Paks, and the list goes on.
Volunteers are always needed; anyone from 6 years of age to 80 something can assist packing
clothes. All lives are touched/changed in the process. Rev. Borgal provided a video of our ongoing mission. Promotion of Child Sponsorship is a necessity to keep in front of our churches.
New countries are being open to receive assistance. The cost - $25.00 monthly!
Mrs. Wanda Eaton reported on W & W Teams. The following churches sponsored their
own W & W trips: Fawn Grove (Cuba), Gaithersburg (Honduras), Hagerstown youth
(Honduras), McConnelltown (Alaska), St. Charles LifeStream (West Jamaica), York
Stillmeadow & Dover The Cross (East Jamaica), and York Stillmeadow (East Jamaica). District
Teams went to Peru, Costa Rica, and Cuba. God’s work continues to be amazing in our current
teams; Kenya air fare tickets reduced from $1900 to $1471; three suitcases “free.” These are
God-sized endeavors; God projects; God provides; there are God size plans for each one of us.
Applications are available for September 2015 trip to Peru; five days will be spent in a village;
the shower facility is the river. District teams provide individual opportunity to participate when
individual churches can’t support a whole team.
Thirty percent of pledges have been received via e-mail for the 2014-15 Mid-Atlantic
District NMI Pledges. The floor was open for churches yet to pledge. Our three pledges
enhance our ministries in: Mid-Atlantic District W & W Projects (district goal $10,000) our
2015 destination is the Amazon Jungle of Peru, to provide funds to be sent to the field in advance
to purchase building materials. The domestic and international pledge has been combined into
one pledge to simplify your giving; either type of trip will be drawn from this account; District
Youth International Project (10% special – district goal $10,000), location to be announced;
and District Missionary Care (District goal $3,000), provides funds for active and retired
district missionaries on special occasions and home assignment assistance. Mr. Jay Lewis,
District NMI Treasurer, promotes sending our monies in early – pay in advance.
A video clip presentation was provided by WEF representing our new work in Moldova.
Under Rev. Marjorie Bailey’s (District Children’s Director) ministry, children presented
a special blessing in song highlighting their advancement in Christ – “This Little Light of Mine”
(in rap). Dates were provided for children’s camp including preteens – August 4-8, 2014.
The convention was dismissed for lunch to re-convene at 1:30 p.m. with prayer by Mrs.
Christy Dickt.
Upon return from lunch, NMI President Sharon Kessler and NYI President Joshua
Kleinfeld welcomed us back into session. The reading of Psalm 145:1-9 verses were alternately
read in Spanish and English by two youth. Time was allotted for rejoicing and shouting praises
to God. The joint session was led by Rev. Joshua Kleinfeld (Mid-Atlantic District NYI
President) and Mrs. Sharon Kessler (Mid-Atlantic District NMI President). Following prayer
Henry Sweeney, NYI secretary called the NYI Convention to order.
President Kessler presented her report (Mid-Atlantic District NMI) to the combined
session. Moments later, President Kleinfeld presented his report (Mid-Atlantic District NYI) to
the convention. Three youth, Luke Wright, Samantha Dykes, and Ally Dickt were reported to
have been accepted into Mission Immersion 2014. They will be attending intentional training
this summer 2014 in Ecuador, South America and in El Paso, Texas.
Highlights of the youth project (Crisis Care Kits) which took place during the morning
hours, demonstrated our youths’ love for Christ. Eighty-nine (89) youth were in attendance and
911 care kits were assembled, additional completed boxes delivered to the convention totaled
1000 kits being shipped to Swaziland in 2 weeks. The district NYI & NMI joined together to
provide the materials and the NYI providing the manpower.
Continued joint efforts are being established to build His Kingdom between NMI and
NYI. Thanks were delivered to all participants in packing, participants in 2013 – 30 Hour
Famine with promotion for the 2014 Famine. In celebration, a flash mob gathered and the
convention attendees line danced with them. President Kleinfeld prayed over the convention and
then stated NYI’s purpose, their 5 core values, leadership and development goals. There are two
youth activities scheduled – Teen Camp & Quest (Boston, MA). Our goal is to allow and give
opportunity for our youth to serve. As we follow Jesus, we are to give His ministry away. Invest
in our youth, encourage them, teach boundaries, and provide a rich legacy. The organization,
GROUP, has emerged in safe care program called “Shepherds Watch.” All children/youth
workers will be required to have background checks; the cost per check is $9.00. Other praises
were in the area of Festival of Life, Equip to Serve, Teen Quizzing, Team Day Training, “Yes”
weekend, District NYI Council, and the list goes on. NYC 2015 will be in Louisville, KY for
grades 7th through 11th.
In honor and respect of our NYI workers, the youth presented a video expressing their
gratitude for youth works: lost sleep, hospital runs, repeated guidance, crying along with them,
weep over confusion in the life of a teen, showing up week after week showing Christ to
teenagers, and providing His message to them. Immediately, following the joint session, NMI
convention reconvened.
NMI convention reconvened at 3:00 p.m. with a worship set by Craig Haskell.
Rev. Sharon L. Prahl presented Mr. Jay Lewis’ (NMI Mid-Atlantic Treasurer) finance
report (see separate report) in Mr. Lewis’ absence. A motion was made, seconded, and carried
to receive the treasurer's report.
A Proposed Budget for 2014-2015 recommended by the NMI council (see separate
report) was presented by Rev. Sharon L. Prahl (in Mr. Lewis’ absence). It was noted that Fawn
Grove Compassion Center is a separate identity from NMI. A motion was made, seconded, and
carried to approve the proposed budget. Appreciation was extended to Mr. Lewis for his fine
work as NMI Treasurer.
A WEF video, Little is Much, by David Busic detailed God’s power in supplying water
to Swaziland by providing solar paneled systems in their water wells. People prayed, God
provided. Coca Cola donated wells to 17 Nazarene clinics with fresh running water. God’s
kingdom is breaking in!
Rev. Jim Ellison, Youth Work & Witness Coordinator, presented a video of their trip to
Peru. As a new tradition, the team was made of equal numbers of our youth, plus equal number
of youth from Peru. Rev. Ellison provided greetings to President Kessler and Dr. Mills by
presenting coffee beans directly from Peru to them and presented a plaque to President Kessler
for her dedicated service. In Peru, our youth worked in 3 different centers. Ally, Lesha, and
Angel testified to their participation in the trip and how they individually raised money to attend
the project. Their drive came from a previous W & W trip to Peru where they saw God change
lives! The new project is to pour 3 floors. Identify and help support teens in your local churches
to serve on a Youth W & W trip.
WEF video, Enables Mission, identified offerings within the church that support our
mission efforts – NCM, WM Broadcast, Jesus Film, etc. By collectively pulling our resources,
Little is Much.
President Kessler turned the floor over to Dr. Weatherill – bringing God’s message from
Luke 10. Dr. Weatherill allowed us to capture visions of Peru, Albania, Bulgaria, Sirka, and back
to Peru. He spoke of poor conditions, containers are hospital clinics, incomplete housing,
outcasts, no work available, one room house, 5 families share 1 toilet, beautiful building,
explosive devices still buried in fields, McDonald’s, National Spas, bars on windows, orphans,
receive persecution from own family for accepting Christ and more disappointments. Is God
moving? Yes! Christ is transforming our world – one person at a time. Servant hood is serving
food, educating, working in orphanages, providing skills to earn finances – great opportunities –
people are soaking up the message, they want to meet and know Christ – there’s no good in just
seeing the need – take the extra step, as we see Jesus, see the world through Jesus – offer
ourselves to Him for service. We are to ask Jesus to enable our sight, move us to service, and
see the opportunity. We need fresh sight, move us. Dr. Weatherill provided testimony after
testimony of God’s current examples of reaching entire nations for Christ.
Prior to the convention’s dismissal for dinner, special music was provided by Craig
Haskell, Dr. Weatherill prayed, appreciation was expressed for Dr. Weatherill, and additional
announcements, including the evening service beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Our joint NMI/NYI session opened with a “call of worship” song, Nothing is Impossible.
NYI District President Josh Kleinfeld and NYI VP Brian Schafer welcomed us to our Saturday
evening combined session. NYI President Kleinfeld spoke on our continued growing partnership
with the NMI and NYI. Scripture (Psalm 100) was read by youth.
Project coordinator for CCK (Disaster Relief), Ashlie Deneau stated Fawn Grove
Compassion Center had depleted their stock of CCK. NYI/NMI District Service Project was
easily selected. Churches throughout the Mid-Atlantic District were instructed to provide
various items from the CCK item list and the district set the goal at 600 kits. Our youth packed
kits all morning exceeding their goal of 600 by packaging 911 kits. Additional completed kits
were brought from various churches – making the total ready for shipment – 1000 CCKs. Praise
God! Two youth (Allie & Dustin), shared their experience with the convention. In two weeks,
our CCK will be headed for Swaziland.
NMI President, Mrs. Sharon Kessler introduced Dr. Philip Weatherill, President, Global
NMI Council to our evening session. Dr. Weatherill expressed that our Mid-Atlantic District
was amazing, an awesome group of people. He thanked everyone for their support for the cause
of the global and local missions. Dr. Weatherill stated we have established missions as fun – go
and have more fun!
Special music was provided by Christian Lopez and his band. The “Spirit of Christ”
flowed through our convention. His mighty power was ever present!
Dr. Mills installed both NMI & NYI council members as one group. The delegation held
extended arms towards the members as Dr. Mills prayed for God’s anointing power.
Brian Schafer introduced our ENC representative, Victoria. Victoria offered prayer for
Dr. Weatherill’s offering and introduced Weston Jordan’s story provided by video. He informed
us of his selfish outlook prior to traveling to Kenya. Christ changed his heart; he found
satisfaction only at the foot of Jesus. He has been accepted into the Nazarene Theological
Seminary’ 360 Program and will be ministering in Australia.
The worship band led the convention in song, Kymmi read scripture (1 Corinthians 9:2427, Christian provided prayer leading into Rev. Frank Short’s (Real Life Chapel, Easton, MD)
message on “Being on Mission.” Rev. Short’s message included scripture from II Timothy 4:7,
Galatians 5:7, I Corinthians 9:24, and Hebrews 12:1-12. We were reminded to run the race, run
with zeal, leave everything on the track, run with perseverance, endurance; most importantly –
do not drop the baton – the exchange is critical. You cannot sit in a pew; all must be runners to
the finish. It’s not complete until all have run the race. Never say, I’ve done my part – there’s
no retirement in Christianity, run the race – switch roles from runner to cheerleader. Stay on
mission. “The witnesses in the clouds – they passed the baton to us!” Are you running the race,
are you passing the baton, are you pouring your life into the mission, are you setting the
example? The worst sound to hear is the ding of a baton hitting the track! Young people were
challenged to come forward and worship. Who are they allowing to pour into their lives?
Young people responded to the call with an outpouring of love for Christ! Rev. Short offered
prayer reminding us to make the exchange. We moved into groups of 5 to 7 people with
intentional prayer. Worship was experienced in His presence and continued in song, “I Believe,
I Believe!” Amazing convention; amazing response. Give God the Glory!
Adjournment was made by Dr. Mills in prayer.
Respectfully Submitted,
BEVERY J. FLATER
Mid-Atlantic District NMI Recording Secretary
B. NYI CONVENTION
Saturday March 29, 2014
Our annual Mid Atlantic District NYI Convention was great this year. Our convention
took place during the Mid-Atlantic District’s Mission Advance 2014 Weekend. It was held at
the Turf Valley Resort in Ellicott City, Maryland. We had a great representation from across our
district. We experienced some outstanding reports and worshipped the Lord in fresh new ways.
Our convention opened on Saturday, March 29th at 1:00 PM with a time of combine
worship with the Mid-Atlantic District NMI Convention Delegates. The worship was lead by
collection of people from two different churches, Baltimore, MD First Latino and Berlin, MD
The River. During this time Sharon Kessler, Mid-Atlantic District NMI President, shared a
portion of her report which she had presented to the entire NMI Convention in the morning.
During our time of combine worship with the Mid-Atlantic NMI, NYI District President Joshua
Kleinfeld shared his report with all of those in attendance. During his report, Josh was able to
share a little about what the teens were able to accomplish that very morning. In the form of
information, Josh shared that the teens packed around 1,000 Crisis Care Kits from supplies
gathered from our district churches. Josh passionately shared that during this past year, the
focus of the District NYI Council has been looking into ways to grow youth leadership across the
Mid Atlantic District. This will be a large task, but an important one. Josh’s passion for youth
and their development was truly sensed as he shared his heart with us through the report.
Upon the finish of Josh’s report, Rev. Henry H. Sweeney III addressed the convention. Rev.
Sweeney asked for a motion to accept Joshua Kleinfeld’s report. A vote was taken and the
motion was passed. Henry also shared that as is custom we would be taking and offering for
Josh, but this year Josh wished for the offering to be split between he and Brian Shafer, District
NYI Vice President. Seeing no objections the offering was received. Our joint session with
NMI concluded.. It was stated that we would reconvene for our separate NYI Convention at
3:00 PM.
Our District NYI Treasurer, Melissa Moser, brought her annual report and budget for the
next year. Melissa shared that the budget from this past year was sufficient and we had no
problems paying for the events and activities that we held. A motion was called for to except
this report. After no discussion, a unanimous vote was taken to except her report.
Melissa then moved on to explain the budget for this upcoming year 2014-2015. Melissa
shared that even though we brought in sufficient amounts to cover our expenses this past year we
needed to rethink how we were allocating that money. She explained that in a previous meeting
the NYI Executive Council trimmed the budget and decided to decrease the spending by
$1,000.00 from the previous year. A motion was made to except the budget. After no
discussion a unanimous vote was taken.
Our ministry leaders reported their information in videos this year. We found that this
made it possible to have a more interactive time in our convention. This interactive time would
allow the participants in the convention to share thoughts and ideas to help govern the District
NYI Council’s thoughts on developing leadership throughout this coming year.
After the videos for Quizzing, and FOL, and Teen Camp were shared, Josh encouraged
some table discussion. This was in the form of the question; “What makes a good leader”?
After a few moments of table discussion, there was some explanation about the NYI Ministry
Plan. Josh Kleinfeld and Henry Sweeney shared some thoughts that the task force had changed
to the ministry plan. All changes were in linguistics and nothing really major was adjusted in the
plan. The floor was opened for questions. Seeing no questions a unanimous vote was taken to
accept the ministry plan.
Once the ministry plan was accepted there were more video reports. Family Camp, TEAM
Day, and YES shared their video report. Once this was completed there was another question
posed; “What makes a good mentor?” and “Name some great mentor mentee relationships”?
The participants were given ten minutes to discuss these questions. Some short wrap up thoughts
were given by Josh.
The election results were read by the District NYI Secretary. A total of 102 ballots were
cast. . District NYI President: Joshua A. Kleinfeld – 98 Yes, 0 No; Brian C. Schafer – 97 Yes, 0
No; 10th - 12th Grade Representatives: Jawon Curry – 20, Kelley Mohnkern – 47, Grant
Alsbrooks – 26, Noah Balch – 32, Ally Dickt - 43 Susan Muzzey – 11, Chimere Ukwani – 25;
7th -9th Grade Representatives: Hannah Moots – 44, ; Josh Clugston – 52, Ally Mankamyer –
51, Sara Dickt - 44.
The following were declared elected: NYI President: Joshua A. Kleinfeld, NYI Vice-President:
Brian C. Schafer, NYI 10th-12th Grade Representatives: Kelly Mohnkern and Ally Dickt, NYI
7th-9th Grade Representatives: Josh Clugston and Ally Mankamyer.
Another motion was made that upon the completion of prayer the 2014 Mid-Atlantic
District NYI Convention would be adjourned and that Henry W. Sweeney, District NYI
Secretary could edit the minutes to reflect the convention. A unanimous vote was taken, and the
motion carried.
The 2014 Mid-Atlantic District NYI Convention was adjourned at 4:12 PM with a prayer
circle around the room.
Respectfully Submitted,
HENRY H. SWEENY III
VII. Financial and Statistical
A. DISTRICT TREASURER
Receipts, Disbursements and Fund Balances
March 1, 2013 – January 31, 2014
District Ministries
Receipts
District Budget
Missional Ministry
Individual Pledges
Church Pledges
Transfer from Designated Funds
Trans. from Church Extension Fund
Interim Pastoral Services
Auxiliaries
SDMI
NMI
NYI
Administration Services – WBI
Unbudgeted Receipts
Prior Year Missional Payments
Total Receipts
District Ministries
Disbursements
Special Projects
Missional Ministry
Missional Support
Missional Expenses
Leadership Development
Area Pastors' Meetings
Pastor’s Prayer Retreat
Seminars and Resources
Books
District Staff
District Operations
District Officers
Staff Prof. Exp.
Missional Resource Center
Capital Improvements
Cleaning Services
Insurance - Property
Kitchen
Lawn Service
Maintenance & Repair
Supplies
Telephone
450,170
30,857
6,200
19,603
5,054
44,555
3,800
3,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,500
3,555
1,410
538,847
511
29,634
29,100
534
3,430
1,015
380
1,617
418
346,149
135,916
49,447
49,447
19,651
750
2,041
1,501
900
1,677
426
6,720
Utilities
Office Expenses
Office Equipment
Office Supplies
Postage
District Activities
CPA Review
District Assembly
Flowers
Legal Fees
Pastors' & Spouse Ret.
Pastors' Wives' Retreat
Webpage
MAC
District Boards/Committees
District Insurance
Liability
Workers' Compensation
Contingency
Transfers
Trans. to Pastors' Benevolence
Trans. to Camp
Trans. to Designated Funds
General Assembly
DS Farewell
Leadership Advance
Total Disbursements
District Ministries Net Income
Balance Forward 03/01/13
Fund Balance 01/31/14
Church Extension Fund
Receipts
Investment Income
Interest Earned
Banks
Note Receivables
Total Receipts
Church Extension Fund
Disbursements
Transfers
Trans. to District Ministries
Trans. to Ministerial Resourcing
Trans. to Mission Partnering
Trans. to Property Acquisition
Investment Manager Fee
5,636
14,766
10,586
2,039
1,316
43,682
4,500
23,775
303
2,470
2,500
2,500
5,634
2,000
4,767
3,603
2,483
1,120
28,500
2,500
20,000
6,000
3,500
1,000
1,500
544,140
(5,293)
402
(4,891)
169,141
25,085
116
24,969
194,226
74,555
44,555
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,116
Interest Expense
Draw on Church Participation
Total Disbursements
Church Extension Fund Net Income
Fund Balance 03/01/13
Fund Balance 01/31/14
1,560
1,708
87,939
106,287
2,125,675
2,231,962
Pastors' Benevolence
Receipts
Pastors' Benevolence
Disbursements
Pastors' Benevolence Fund Net Income
Fund Balance 03/01/13
Fund Balance 01/31/14
2,500
2,500
12,113
14,613
Family Camp (Fully presented after Balance Sheet)
Receipts
Family Camp (Fully presented after Balance Sheet)
Disbursements
Family Camp Fund Net Income
Fund Balance 03/01/13
Fund Balance 01/31/14
Designated Funds
Receipts
DAB Designated
Camp ENC Scholarship
District Assembly
DS Farewell
General Assembly
Leadership Advance (formerly TEAM Day)
Office
Pastors' & Spouse Retreat
Pastors' Wives' Retreat
Pocomoke City
Donor Designated
Children’s Camp
Haiti Partnership
Hoopengardner Honor Fund
Mission Areas
Total Receipts
Designated Funds
Disbursements
DAB Designated
Administrative Fund
67,132
66,932
200
8,864
9,064
1,000
47,960
1,000
3,500
9,911
266
15,424
6,271
9,877
3,400
3,550
15,357
40,874
158,390
2,714
Camp ENC Scholarship
Christian Action
District Assembly
General Assembly
General Projects
Leadership Advance (formerly TEAM Day)
Legal Fees
Office
Pastors' & Spouse Retreat
Pastors' Wives' Retreat
Pocomoke City
Donor Designated
Belmont Street
Children’s Camp
Haiti Partnership
Hoopengardner Honor Fund
Mission Areas
Total Disbursements
Designated Funds Net Income
Fund Balance 03/01/13
Fund Balance 01/31/14
1,000
740
47,960
16,504
3,677
7,753
(1,245)
2,712
17,847
6,640
3,084
2,782
1,025
23,051
46
27,297
163,587
(5,197)
445,150
439,953
Mission Partnering
Receipts (Budgeted)
Transfer from Church Extension Fund
Mission Partnering
Disbursements (Budgeted)
Total Disbursements
Mission Partnering Fund Net Income
Fund Balance 03/01/13
Fund Balance 01/31/14
Ministerial Resourcing
Receipts
Transfer from Church Extension Fund
Total Receipts
Ministerial Resourcing
Disbursements (Budgeted)
Pastors' Term Life Insurance
Grants
Total Disbursements
Ministerial Resourcing Fund Net Income
Fund Balance 03/01/13
Fund Balance 01/31/14
Property Acquisition
10,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
50,850
55,850
10,000
10,000
1,220
500
1,720
8,280
78,911
87,191
Receipts
Property Purchase
Rents
Transfer from Church Extension Fund
Total Receipts
Property Acquisition
Disbursements
Debt Service
Property Expenses
Total Disbursements
Property Acquisition Fund Net Income
Fund Balance 03/01/13
Fund Balance 01/31/14
4,400
3,000
10,000
17,400
17,352
1,533
18,885
(1,485)
233,349
231,864
Balance Sheet
January 31, 2014
Assets
Current Assets
Cash Accounts
Accounts Receivable
Investments
Total Current Assets
Fixed Assets
Church Extension Property
District Missional Resource Center
Property Acquisition Property
Total Fixed Assets
Other Assets
Church Extension Notes Receivable
Designated Funds Notes Receivable
Ministerial Resourcing Notes Rec.
Total Other Assets
Total Assets
241,202
6,889
1,073,820
1,321,911
10,816
658,258
437,367
1,106,441
1,145,790
10,000
33,350
1,189,140
3,617,492
Liabilities
Current Liabilities
Long Term Liabilities
Church Extension Notes Payable
Property Acq. Notes Payable
Total Liabilities
Fund Balances
District Ministries
Church Extension Fund
Church Participation
District
Pastors' Benevolence
Family Camp
22,070
529,817
26,000
503,817
551,887
(4,891)
2,231,962
39,091
2,192,870
14,613
9,064
Designated Funds
DAB Designated
Administrative Fund
Camp ENC Scholarship
Capital Improvements or Repairs
Center on Children
Christian Action
Church Planting
Commissioned Evangelists
CPA Review
DS Emeritus Den. Mtgs.
DS Farewell
General Assembly
General Projects
H.M. Dover Mission
Leadership Advance (TEAM Day)
Legal Fees
Office
Pastoral Enrichment
Pastors’ & Spouse Retreat
Pastors' Wives' Retreat
Pocomoke City
Reserved Funds
Retired Pastors' Benevolence
Translation Equipment
Donor Designated
Belmont Street
Children’s Camp
Haiti Partnership
Hoopengardner Honor Fund
Mission Areas
Mission Partnering
Ministerial Resourcing
Property Acquisition
Total Fund Balances
Total Liabilities and Fund Balances
439,953
29,791
4,000
390
1,781
9,498
4,450
21,913
3,738
16,000
2,544
24,478
8,481
11,390
3,685
33,266
1,609
4,187
411
27,653
75,000
3,876
860
2,375
84,619
15,311
48,645
55,850
87,191
231,864
3,065,605
3,617,492
Family Camp
Receipts, Disbursements and Fund Balance
March 1, 2013 - January 31, 2014
Receipts
Camp Income
Cash Offerings
Pledges
Partner Contributions
62,138.26
6,792.81
6,585.00
1,000.00
Trans. from District Budget
Camp Store
Lodging
Lodging Security Deposits
Meals
Ice Cream Island
Snack Bar
Missionary Offerings
Children & Pre-Teen Program
Teen Program
Latino Offerings
Total Receipts
Disbursements
Advertising
Camp Facilities
Insurance
Nurse
Office Operations
Recreation
Security
Worker's Room and Board
Kitchen Help
Evangelist
Bible Teacher
Worship
Missionary
Children & Pre-Teen Program
Teen Program
Young Adult Program
Latino Program
Camp Store
Lodging
Meals
Ice Cream Island
Snack Bar
ENC Camp Scholarship
Total Disbursements
Net Income
Fund Balance Analysis
Balance Forward 03/01/13
Receipts Through 01/31/14
Less Disbursements
Fund Balance 01/31/14
20,000.00
2,621.81
16,772.24
725.00
5,734.04
1,244.86
662.50
863.29
913.65
2,668.04
549.00
67,132.24
572.00
5,402.00
900.00
2,558.61
525.00
13,648.29
2,900.00
2,050.00
1,850.00
2,200.00
894.57
4,195.27
2,266.59
376.36
1,426.88
16,772.24
5,734.04
1,130.35
529.91
1,000.00
66,932.11
200.13
8,864.38
67,132.24
(66,932.11)
9,064.51
Respectfully submitted,
BETH T. WELLS
B. OTHER DISTRICT TREASURERS
1. Sunday School and Discipleship Ministries International Treasurer
Receipts, Disbursements and Fund Balances
March 1, 2013 - January 31, 2014
Receipts
District Operational Fund (DOF)
Total Receipts
Disbursements
District Operational Fund (DOF)
Board Expense
Program and Promotion
Children's Ministries
Council Expense
Program/Promotion
Adult Ministries
Leadership Advance (formerly TEAM Day)
Total Disbursements
Net Income
Analysis of Balance
Balance Forward 03/01/13
Receipts Through 01/31/14
Less Disbursements
Balance on Hand 01/31/14
Fund Balance Analysis
District Operational Fund
Children's Ministries
Sound System
Adult Ministries
Women’s Ministries
General Conventions
Fund Balance 01/31/14
21,968.96
21,968.96
4,652.40
762.05
3,890.35
7,481.65
1,082.50
6,399.15
1,150.00
1,838.00
24,464.93
(2,495.97)
43,068.26
21,968.96
(24,464.93)
40,572.29
29,123.65
4,850.00
5,161.78
1,426.86
40,572.29
Respectfully submitted,
BILL GOFF
2. Children's Camp Treasurer
Receipts, Disbursements and Fund Balance
March 1, 2013 - January 31, 2014
Receipts
Children's Registrations
Refunds
District Sunday School Budget
Store Receipts
Cash Not Banked
Total Receipts
30,847.00
(805.00)
6,000.00
2,748.10
202.91
38,993.01
Disbursements
Camp Fees
Insurance
Store Supplies
Craft Supplies
Honorariums
Moon Bounce
Camp Program
Office & Camp Supplies
Total Disbursements
Net Income
Analysis of Balance
Balance Forward 03/01/13
Receipts Through 01/31/14
Less Disbursements
Balance on Hand 01/31/14
32,667.00
900.00
1,663.59
150.00
1,500.00
600.00
763.35
390.91
38,634.85
358.16
7,961.39
38,993.01
(38,634.85)
8,319.55
Respectfully submitted,
RICHARD A. MOORE
3. Nazarene Missions International Treasurer
Receipts, Disbursements, and Fund Balances
March 1, 2013 - January 31, 2014
Receipts
District Income
Funding The Mission
Interest
Transfer to District Convention
Transfer to Missionary Assist.
Transfer to General Convention
Transfer to Adult Int’l Project
Transfer to District Missions
Transfer to Children's Camp
District Convention
Missionary Assistance
Adult International W&W Project
Youth International W&W Project
Domestic W&W Project
General Christmas Fund
District Support
General Convention Fund
Children's Camp Project
Miscellaneous
Builder's Club
Compassionate Shipping
7,319.85
21,289.74
130.11
(600.00)
(1,600.00)
(4,500.00)
(4,800.00)
(2,000.00)
(600.00)
6,682.52
1,600.00
10,481.00
3,061.00
3,431.00
120.00
4,026.00
4,500.00
600.00
72,230.69
4,340.00
1,621.00
Adult Work & Witness Travel Funds
Youth Work & Witness Travel Funds
Miscellaneous
Pledges – Previous Year
Total Receipts
Disbursements
District Expense
District Convention
Missionary Assistance
Adult International W&W Project
Youth International W&W Project
Domestic W&W Project
General Christmas Fund
District Missions Support
Miscellaneous
Builder's Club
Compassionate Shipping
Adult Work & Witness Travel Funds
Youth Work & Witness Travel Funds
Miscellaneous
Total Disbursements
Net Income
Balance Forward 03/01/13
Receipts Through 01/31/14
Less Disbursements
Balance on Hand 01/31/14
Fund Balance Analysis
Missionary Assistance
Adult International W&W Project
Youth International W&W Project
Domestic W&W Project
District Support
General Convention Fund
District NMI Convention
Adult Work & Witness Travel Funds
Youth Work & Witness Travel Funds
Builder's Club
Children's Camp Project
Miscellaneous
Operational Fund
Fund Balances 01/31/14
35,490.11
25,673.04
4,756.54
350.00
114,052.06
6,458.14
6,804.25
397.22
9,607.93
5,000.00
7,591.17
120.00
2,900.00
74,384.24
2,702.95
1,621.00
8,047.72
25,411.33
5,756.54
98,705.12
15,346.94
97,081.25
114,052.06
(98,705.12)
112,428.19
4,456.76
8,293.61
3,402.85
9,378.36
7,731.66
7,318.97
8,402.74
32,612.75
590.19
3,654.88
1,875.00
1,684.02
23,026.40
112,428.19
NOTE: Fund Balance Analysis includes annual distribution of previous years’ pledges by interfund transfers
Respectfully submitted,
EARL J. LEWIS, JR.
4. Nazarene Youth International Treasurer
Receipts, Disbursements, and Fund Balances
March 1, 2013 - January 31, 2014
Receipts
Operational Funds
Funding The Mission
Internal Transfers
Interest
MAD Communications
Youth Camp
District Convention
Retreats
Evangelism and Missions
Festival of Life
Quizzing
Designated Funds
Global Convention
Nazarene Youth Conference
Regional Ministry
Development & Conferences
Ministry Training
Regional Quizzing
Family Camp
The Quest
Total Receipts
Disbursements
Operating Fund
MAD Communications
Youth Camp
District Convention
Retreats
Evangelism and Missions
Festival of Life
Quizzing
Designated Funds
Regional Ministry
Development and Conferences
Contingency
Ministry Training
Regional Quizzing
Family Camp
The Quest
Total Disbursements
Net Income
Balance Forward 03/01/13
Receipts Through 01/31/14
(789.21)
21,360.22
(22,150.00)
.57
1,000.00
55,118.95
2,889.00
2,823.00
1,370.00
41,016.00
2,469.00
8,950.00
2,500.00
3,000.00
2,850.00
600.00
750.00
28,218.00
1,150.00
500.00
145,464.74
3,402.50
1,000.00
54,252.69
2,643.68
3,453.93
1,552.46
47,786.06
2,327.05
10,529.87
8,186.97
2,342.90
575.00
28,744.32
1,175.00
1,150.00
157,417.56
(11,952.82)
62,621.11
145,464.74
Less Disbursements
Balance on Hand 01/31/14
Fund Balance Analysis
Operating Fund
Youth Camp
District Convention
College and Career
Retreats
Evangelism and Missions
Festival of Life
Quizzing
Designated Funds
Global Convention
Nazarene Youth Conference
Regional Ministry
Development & Conferences
Endowment Scholarship Fund
Contingency
Ministry Training
Regional Quizzing
Family Camp
The Quest
Fund Balances 01/31/14
(157,417.56)
50,668.29
5,325.60
3,196.19
553.41
172.96
3,209.67
1,96.27
4,524.86
25,644.90
5,203.61
12,684.92
4,064.09
920.87
2,771.41
447.87
1,525.83
3,972.47
75.00
713.26
50,668.29
Respectfully submitted,
MELISSA K. MOSER
5. Williamson Bible Institute Treasurer
Receipts, Disbursements and Fund Balance
July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2013
Receipts
Tuition
Directed Studies
Other Income
Total Receipts
Disbursements
Administrative
Conf., Mtgs. and Training
Director’s Expense
Insurance
Professors/Staff Expense
Scholarships
Total Disbursements
Net Income
Balance Forward 07/01/12
Receipts Through 06/30/13
15,338.00
1,050.00
95.61
16,483.61
1,718.87
(910.56)
458.46
375.00
6,858.67
450.00
8,950.44
7,533.17
14,292.99
16,483.61
Less Disbursements
Balance on Hand 06/30/13
Fund Balance Analysis
General Account
Accounts Receivable
Fund Balance 06/30/13
(8,950.44)
21,826.16
10,182.46
11,643.70
21,826.16
Respectfully submitted,
KAREN B. GRAY
6. Mid-Atlantic District Lay Retreat
Receipts, Disbursements and Fund Balance
June 1, 2012 - May 31, 2013
Receipts
Registrations
Refunds
Auction Proceeds
Interest
Total Receipts
Disbursements
Retreat Center Costs
Speaker
Travel for Speaker
Musicians
PayPal Fees
Printing & Copying
Supplies
Bank Service Charges
Travel for Committee Members
Total Disbursements
Net Income
Balance Forward 06/01/12
Receipts Through 05/31/13
Prepaid Registrations for 2014 Retreat
Less Disbursements
Balance on Hand 05/31/13
Fund Balance Analysis
Checking Account
Money Market Account
Prepaid Costs for 2014 Retreat
Fund Balance 05/31/13
32,144.96
(73.65)
797.00
9.06
32,877.37
32,882.29
1,000.00
700.37
500.00
316.04
52.50
114.98
29.00
704.48
36,299.66
(3,422.29)
12,278.17
32,877.37
1,756.00
(36,299.66)
10,611.88
6,734.10
3,157.78
720.00
10,611.88
Respectfully submitted,
GARY A. WESLOW
Supplemental Statistical Report
Mid-Atlantic District
Value District Property
Debt on District Property
658,259.00
0.00
15
15a
16
Associate Church
Members
14
Inactive Church
Members
13
Full Church Members
End of Year
12
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
17
0
0
33
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
0
1
0
0
14
0
2
0
30
75
33
79
106
12
5
2
23
0
0
23
2
0
0
18
150
24
25
120
61
40
41
427
27
6
6
2
1
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
6
6
2
2
4
0
1
0
1
1
2
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
6
0
1
1
65
40
43
428
30
3
9
17
41
12
65
0
37
0
18
32
34
36
378
35
Weekly Corporate
Worship
2
17
0
0
33
Total Losses
28
72
33
81
73
Lost by Death
Lost by Transfer to
Other Nazarene
Churches
11
Total Gains
Rev. John R. DiCamillo
Rev. Jorge O. Presta
Rev. V. Raul Pulido Sanchez
Rev. Matthew D. Moser
Rev. Cesar J. Calderon
10
Received by
Transfer
Pastor Name
Annapolis
Annapolis Latino
Baltimore Brooklyn
Baltimore Dundalk
Baltimore Latino
Received from Other
Denominations
Church Name
9
Lost by Removal,
Commendation, or
Release
1
2
3
4
5
8
Received by
Profession of Faith
2014
7
Full Church Members
Reported Last Year
6
MEMBERSHIP AND WORSHIP
Rev. Maria E. Rivera Ramirez
Calderon
6
7
8
9
10
Baltimore Lighthouse Community
Baltimore-Parkville
Bedford
Bel Air
Berkeley Springs
Rev. Sandra Singleton
Dr. Neal Gray
Rev. Michael D. Adams
Dr. Russell J. Long Jr.
Rev. Rodney C. Truax
11
12
13
14
15
Berlin The River
Burnham Freedom Way
Cambridge
Carlisle
Chambersburg Latino
Rev. Mark Curtis Massey
Rev. George S. Smith
Rev. Richard K. Prahl
Jeffery Allen Wolfe
Rev. J. Freddy Arispe
27
40
63
17
40
15
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
42
40
63
16
42
0
18
21
0
22
0
0
0
0
0
63
22
53
20
19
16
17
18
19
20
Chambersburg Mosaic
Chestertown
Clarksville Wellspring
College Park
College Park African
Rev. Daniel L. Kraynek
30
73
0
33
35
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
2
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
3
0
4
0
0
3
32
71
0
33
32
0
0
0
0
25
0
0
0
1
0
24
56
0
28
12
21
22
23
24
25
College Park Fountain of Grace
College Park Healing Temple
College Park New Leaf
College Park Resurrection Power of Christ
Columbia Alive Community
Rev. Carlos H. Palma Martinez
Rev. Lucille M. Salmon-Sarnor
69
53
36
0
39
0
2
0
20
0
0
0
0
17
0
4
0
0
3
0
4
2
0
40
0
0
0
0
0
0
16
0
36
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
22
0
36
0
0
51
55
0
40
39
0
13
0
0
10
13
42
0
20
30
60
32
0
30
36
26
27
28
29
30
Cumberland Bethel
Cumberland First
Damascus
Delmar Haitian
Delta
Rev. David F. Dayhoff
Rev. Gary W. Barkley
Rev. George H. Fry
Rev. Charles Leroy
Rev. Robert J. Reter Jr.
130
95
14
203
105
0
2
0
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
4
0
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13
0
130
99
14
203
105
0
30
0
32
48
0
0
4
0
0
93
70
10
157
42
31
32
33
*34
Denton
Dover Haitian
Dover Mountain Grove Chapel
Dover The Cross
Rev. Paul D. Merritt
Rev. Daniel Adjocy
111
182
41
97
5
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
6
6
0
0
0
0
1
3
0
6
0
14
0
0
2
2
0
6
3
19
117
182
38
78
12
41
3
10
105
0
0
20
118
102
69
91
35
Easton Latino
35
9
0
0
9
0
5
0
5
39
0
15
46
* Sponsored New Church this Year
Rev. Mark S. Garrett
Rev. John M. Ndambuki
Augustus Baraza (Matibila)
Rev. Steven T. Slifker
Rev. Cheryl M. Evans
Rev. Timothy J. Evans
Rev. Laura Presta
14
15
15a
16
Associate Church
Members
13
Inactive Church
Members
12
17
0
0
3
7
0
11
0
4
87
0
2
0
0
1
3
0
0
21
2
0
0
0
5
0
0
2
0
26
3
3
87
32
32
565
102
2
3
0
128
0
80
0
0
0
0
150
43
80
692
97
234
143
0
30
77
14
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
0
0
6
0
1
2
0
0
4
10
0
0
4
0
3
2
0
2
0
14
4
0
6
4
234
139
0
30
73
17
46
0
2
10
0
0
0
0
0
206
99
0
25
40
322
40
11
3
0
0
0
0
11
3
2
0
86
5
5
0
93
5
240
38
50
5
0
3
298
30
Georgetown Haitian
Gettysburg Harvest Field Community
Glen Burnie
Rev. Benjamin L. Spitler
Rev. Edgar Enciso
Rev. María Zenaida Enciso
Roland Edouard , Interim Pastor
Rev. Clyde N. Osterhout, Interim
Rev. C. Michael Routh
0
64
63
20
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
0
4
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
3
0
20
61
67
0
10
33
20
0
0
40
20
40
51
52
53
54
55
Glen Burnie Corridor
Hagerstown
Hagerstown Haitian
Hagerstown Hope Bridge
Hagerstown Latino
Rev. James F. Diggs Jr.
Rev. Steven L. Johnson
Rev. Jacques E. Metayer
Rev. Peter Michael Zerphy Jr.
Rev. Eli Samuel Rivera-Toledo
15
200
56
28
42
0
8
0
0
7
0
2
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
11
0
0
8
0
1
0
0
0
0
24
0
0
12
0
2
0
0
0
0
27
0
0
12
15
184
56
28
38
0
28
9
0
0
0
156
31
64
0
13
238
55
106
44
56
57
58
59
60
Halethorpe Connections
Hancock Grace
Hanover Trinity
Havre de Grace The Great Commission
Hollywood
Rev. A. Ajay Vyas
Rev. Willis G. Swope
Rev. Gerald R. Dunlap
Rev. Blake E. Ward
Rev. Verne A. Haskell
82
20
142
10
96
9
0
1
2
0
2
0
0
4
0
2
0
0
0
0
13
0
1
6
0
0
0
1
1
0
4
0
1
0
4
1
0
0
0
4
5
0
2
1
8
90
20
141
15
88
0
0
15
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
170
25
53
31
50
61
62
63
64
65
Hurlock United
Hyattsville Primitive Haitian
Indian Head
Jessup New Generation
Laurel
Sherwood Holley, Sr.
Rev. Francius Pierre
David Anthony Blades
Rev. Sadrack Nelson
Rev. Ralph A. Fraser
31
88
25
72
272
0
16
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
16
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
31
104
25
71
275
15
0
13
0
26
0
0
0
15
275
20
120
22
86
282
66
67
68
69
70
Laurel Fellowship
Leonardtown
Lewes Living Hope
Martinsburg
McConnellstown
Rev. G. Robert Wells Jr.
Rev. Paul D. MacPherson
Rev. Craig D. Taylor
Rev. Eric R. Folk
Rev. Gregory J. Lesniewski
16
71
4
31
100
3
11
6
1
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
2
2
2
3
13
8
3
7
1
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
1
4
1
0
0
3
8
18
84
12
31
99
3
10
0
0
20
0
0
6
0
0
11
73
12
41
120
71
Melwood
Rev. John W. Nielson
131
5
0
0
5
1
4
6
11
125
60
0
64
Rev. Frank E. Short
Rev. James R. Moyers
Rev. Lionel Antonio Campoz
Rev. Kevin T. Hardy
41
*42
43
44
45
Federalsburg Haitian
Frederick First
Frederick Hispanic
Frederick West Latino
Frostburg
Rev. J. Willeme Thomas
Rev. Robert P. Merki
46
47
Gaithersburg
Gaithersburg Latino
48
49
50
* Sponsored New Church this Year
Rev. Jonathan Warren
Batchelder
Rev. Luis O. Mantilla
Rev. Timothy P. Smith
Total Gains
Easton Real Life Chapel
Elkton
Ellicott City
Ellicott City Crossroads
Fawn Grove
Weekly Corporate
Worship
0
0
0
4
0
36
37
38
*39
40
Total Losses
11
0
1
76
0
Pastor Name
Lost by Death
78
32
54
481
105
Church Name
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
2014
7
Full Church Members
Reported Last Year
6
MEMBERSHIP AND WORSHIP
14
15
15a
16
Associate Church
Members
13
Inactive Church
Members
12
17
44
2
0
224
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
44
2
0
223
0
0
0
29
0
0
0
0
22
9
3
160
76
77
78
79
80
Milford Haitian
Milford Latino
Mount Airy New Beginning
Mount Tabor
New Cumberland
Rev. Jimmy Fleurantus
Martin Garcia
Rev. Paul D. Buchanan
Duane Williams
Dr. Steven R. Grosvenor
85
44
95
16
107
9
2
2
0
7
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
9
2
6
0
7
0
0
1
0
2
8
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
11
1
0
2
86
35
100
16
112
11
0
88
12
14
1
30
123
0
98
108
32
103
15
92
81
*82
83
84
85
New Freedom Trail
Newark First
North East
Oakland
Orbisonia
Rev. David S. Vatral
Rev. Jonathan A. Mills
Dr. Paul E. Thomas
Rev. Arthur J. Evans
Rev. Darrell R. Nicklow
92
120
33
90
83
2
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
4
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
1
3
0
0
0
93
117
33
94
83
30
28
3
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
50
48
21
84
146
*86
87
88
89
90
Owings Mills Latin American First
Petersburg
Pleasant Ridge
Rising Sun
Rockville
Rev. Walter Rene Argueta
Rev. Mark R. Mohnkern
Rev. Dan A. Porterfield
Rev. Dick Wilson
Dr. Philip J. Heap
286
68
83
175
67
14
2
0
2
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
4
16
2
0
5
4
1
1
0
1
0
9
0
0
0
2
0
0
1
1
0
10
1
1
2
2
292
69
82
178
69
250
12
40
0
22
14
0
0
0
0
752
60
34
112
55
91
92
93
94
95
Rockville First Spanish
Rockville Latino
Ryot
Salisbury Cross Pointe
Sandtown
Rev. Luis A. Yenco
Rev. Rogelio T. Oscal
Rev. Kevin E. Davis
Rev. Ronald G. Parker
Rev. Fern L. Brittain Jr.
36
190
115
511
44
14
30
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
7
0
19
30
0
10
0
0
4
2
7
0
12
26
3
0
0
0
0
8
0
0
12
30
13
7
0
43
190
102
514
44
0
20
13
120
0
62
0
0
0
0
65
220
46
375
43
96
97
98
99
100
Seaford
Seaford Haitian
Severn Grace Pointe Community
Shippensburg
Shippensburg The Harbor
Rev. Larry A. Whaley
30
0
472
168
0
50
0
16
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
1
50
0
23
8
1
0
0
3
3
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
7
4
0
80
0
488
172
1
27
0
88
0
0
80
0
2
2
0
78
0
465
169
0
Dr. Phillip W. Bolerjack
Rev. Todd A. Risser
Rev. Melissa J. Mankamyer
Total Gains
65
24
8
0
0
0
3
0
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
2
76
22
0
6
0
4
50
21
103 South Carroll
104 St. Charles LifeStream
105 State College Bethel
Rev. Jenny Marie Vander
Haeghen
Rev. Joseph R. Ward
Rev. Stephen P. Merki
Rev. Preston P. Benson
50
182
19
0
4
0
0
1
0
0
3
0
0
8
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
3
0
0
4
1
50
186
18
10
6
3
0
0
0
55
150
25
106 Washington Community of Hope
107 Washington Grace
108 Washington Mosaic
Rev. Larry Taylor
Rev. Claude C. Joyner
Rev. Rob Kazee
123
55
365
33
5
1
2
0
0
1
1
0
36
6
1
0
1
0
11
2
0
0
0
2
11
3
2
148
58
364
23
27
268
0
1
0
78
31
57
101 Silver Spring Living Water International
102 Smyrna Faith
* Sponsored New Church this Year
Rev. Jean-Enock Guerrier
Weekly Corporate
Worship
Mr. Anibal J. Maceira
Rev. James R. Huntington
Rev. Ryan A. Scott
Rev. A. T. Roxby III
Total Losses
Melwood Latino
Middletown Oasis Community
Middletown Village
Milford
Lost by Death
Pastor Name
72
73
74
*75
Received by
Transfer
Church Name
Lost by Transfer to
Other Nazarene
Churches
11
Lost by Removal,
Commendation, or
Release
10
Full Church Members
End of Year
9
Received from Other
Denominations
8
Received by
Profession of Faith
2014
7
Full Church Members
Reported Last Year
6
MEMBERSHIP AND WORSHIP
12
13
14
15
15a
16
17
0
0
0
0
0
37
0
2
0
39
0
33
0
0
0
0
0
31
132
103
1,255
0
35
12
37
0
0
0
6
0
5
41
12
42
0
0
0
8
0
0
2
0
0
0
2
0
0
12
0
173
115
1,285
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
130
75
1,607
Current Year Total
11,431
673
37
85
795
73
406
97
576
11,650
2,069
1,462
11,278
Last Year Total
11,131
552
126
98
776
68
313
95
476
11,431
1,671
1,019
11,112
Increase / (Decrease)
300
121
19
5
93
2
100
219
398
443
166
111 Westminster First Latin American
112 Wilmington Haitian
113 York Stillmeadow
Mid-Atlantic Supplemental
Rev. Cesar A. Requena
Rodrigue Francois
Dr. Bud Reedy Jr.
Organized
Name Change
Inactive
College Park Resurrection Power of
Christ
Easton Latino
Hyattsville
College Park Latino
to College Park Fountain of Grace
Hyattsville
to Rockville First Spanish
College Park African
(89)
Transfer
Merge
Associate Church
Members
Inactive Church
Members
Total Gains
(13)
Disorganize
Frederick Hispanic
Weekly Corporate
Worship
0
0
Total Losses
0
0
Lost by Death
0
0
Rev. Kevin D. Lum
Rev.George H. Fry
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
0
72
Pastor Name
109 Washington The Table
110 Westminster
* Sponsored New Church this Year
8
Received by
Profession of Faith
Church Name
Full Church Members
Reported Last Year
2014
7
Received from Other
Denominations
6
MEMBERSHIP AND WORSHIP
Drop
22
22a
23
23a
24
24a
26
27
28
29
29a
31
65
18
35
45
9
38
8
13
26
35
110
36
60
81
10
60
15
21
38
10
60
15
6
38
0
35
15
14
25
0
0
0
27
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
25
6
3
12
18
40
30
79
34
12
0
4
0
0
2
15
5
210
19
8
10
4
175
13
2
4
8
83
10
20
3
8
67
7
2
32
55
184
14
6
19
13
137
8
6
51
68
477
43
34
32
25
379
28
8
23
23
367
27
28
11
23
12
14
21
136
0
133
23
0
0
0
53
0
35
7
13
105
0
5
31
17
283
30
0
0
16
440
13
Berlin The River
Burnham Freedom Way
Cambridge
Carlisle
Chambersburg Latino
20
9
10
5
12
13
3
4
2
5
30
5
4
6
15
16
4
2
4
4
150
16
59
14
35
42
12
27
6
11
200
30
73
25
62
71
19
33
12
20
40
19
33
12
20
31
8
0
0
5
0
34
23
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
20
5
4
6
15
42
5
4
16
25
20
0
0
0
0
16
17
18
19
20
Chambersburg Mosaic
Chestertown
Clarksville Wellspring
College Park
College Park African
14
12
0
6
5
4
6
0
7
1
2
8
0
3
5
2
5
0
3
1
30
26
0
23
10
18
19
0
8
6
46
46
0
32
20
24
30
0
18
8
12
30
0
18
8
20
24
0
7
0
34
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
8
0
18
0
4
71
0
33
0
0
20
0
1
0
21
22
23
24
25
College Park Fountain of Grace
College Park Healing Temple
College Park New Leaf
College Park Resurrection Power of Christ
Columbia Alive Community
24
11
0
7
7
12
11
0
3
7
25
9
0
3
5
13
9
0
3
5
60
22
0
20
20
30
22
0
20
18
109
42
0
30
32
55
42
0
26
30
55
12
0
10
12
12
18
0
3
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
25
0
0
0
7
43
0
0
1
2
0
0
0
1
2
26
27
28
29
30
Cumberland Bethel
Cumberland First
Damascus
Delmar Haitian
Delta
71
26
5
45
130
48
7
3
24
38
32
18
2
34
10
9
2
1
16
8
99
69
9
89
43
48
23
7
65
11
202
113
16
168
183
105
32
11
105
57
75
32
7
105
57
30
0
0
23
0
92
45
0
0
25
0
0
0
0
12
34
18
2
34
11
40
87
10
35
35
2
0
2
0
0
31
32
33
*34
35
Denton
Dover Haitian
Dover Mountain Grove Chapel
Dover The Cross
Easton Latino
75
35
21
45
12
25
18
21
18
2
20
24
5
10
10
12
18
5
3
2
187
56
34
50
35
87
36
30
24
8
282
115
60
105
57
124
72
56
45
12
84
72
52
45
12
30
19
30
0
8
75
0
24
60
0
0
0
0
18
0
15
24
10
10
0
50
54
0
56
0
15
0
0
10
0
36
37
Easton Real Life Chapel
Elkton
31
18
30
11
5
4
5
3
18
53
9
9
54
75
44
23
39
23
10
7
0
15
0
0
5
7
0
12
0
0
6
7
8
9
10
Baltimore Lighthouse Community
Baltimore-Parkville
Bedford
Bel Air
Berkeley Springs
11
12
13
14
15
* Sponsored New Church this Year
NMI Active
Membership
NYI Membership
VBS Enrollment
Average Weekly
Adult SDMI
Attendance
Average Weekly
Youth SDMI
Attendance
NMI Associate
Membership
1
12
5
1
6
Caravan Enrollment
2
25
12
1
12
Annapolis
Annapolis Latino
Baltimore Brooklyn
Baltimore Dundalk
Baltimore Latino
Total Adult SDMI
Responsibility List
0
10
2
7
6
1
2
3
4
5
Total Youth SDMI
Responsibility List
2
20
6
24
24
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
2014
20
Total Children’s SDMI
Responsibility List
DISCIPLESHIP
24
24a
26
27
28
29
29a
NMI Associate
Membership
23a
NMI Active
Membership
23
22
255
34
12
105
30
42
455
82
21
198
59
94
1,361
171
45
548
139
45
315
57
12
232
28
0
415
46
0
0
37
25
255
54
2
543
102
2
0
0
48
24
0
18
14
24
12
0
6
5
46
31
0
9
0
22
14
0
3
0
130
68
0
18
34
88
59
0
4
19
224
123
0
45
48
134
85
0
13
24
134
48
0
13
24
0
64
0
0
18
0
77
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
46
56
0
9
0
57
139
0
25
73
0
39
0
0
0
128
1
24
5
12
50
4
11
2
6
112
1
15
3
2
120
2
7
0
2
240
4
38
15
46
150
27
12
7
12
480
6
77
23
60
320
33
30
9
20
129
8
30
9
20
90
14
0
0
6
69
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
90
3
0
0
3
191
1
0
25
40
0
2
0
0
0
NYI Membership
VBS Enrollment
Average Weekly
Youth SDMI
Attendance
Caravan Enrollment
12
245
50
Average Weekly
Adult SDMI
Attendance
30
651
55
Total Adult SDMI
Responsibility List
Total Average
Weekly Discipleship
Groups Attendance
22a
Average Weekly
SDMI Attendance
22
Total SDMI
Responsibility List
21a
Total Average
Weekly Sunday
School Attendance
38 Ellicott City
*39 Ellicott City Crossroads
40 Fawn Grove
21
Total Youth SDMI
Responsibility List
Church Name
20a
Average Weekly
Children’s SDMI
Attendance
2014
20
Total Children’s SDMI
Responsibility List
DISCIPLESHIP
41
*42
43
44
45
Federalsburg Haitian
Frederick First
Frederick Hispanic
Frederick West Latino
Frostburg
46
47
48
49
50
Gaithersburg
Gaithersburg Latino
Georgetown Haitian
Gettysburg Harvest Field Community
Glen Burnie
51
52
53
54
55
Glen Burnie Corridor
Hagerstown
Hagerstown Haitian
Hagerstown Hope Bridge
Hagerstown Latino
3
63
20
42
11
3
41
16
38
11
4
55
15
9
3
4
28
5
7
1
8
282
30
66
35
8
95
20
58
32
15
400
65
117
49
15
164
41
103
44
3
125
41
42
44
0
39
2
85
19
0
174
0
0
0
0
61
0
0
0
0
90
25
0
0
0
129
56
0
0
0
145
0
0
0
56
57
58
59
60
Halethorpe Connections
Hancock Grace
Hanover Trinity
Havre de Grace The Great Commission
Hollywood
50
16
20
8
13
40
10
12
5
6
45
3
6
0
23
35
0
1
0
13
121
42
25
19
33
95
21
11
15
21
216
61
51
27
69
170
31
24
20
40
0
31
24
0
40
109
0
3
20
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
35
3
0
0
23
16
20
128
0
88
0
10
52
0
0
61
62
63
64
65
Hurlock United
Hyattsville Primitive Haitian
Indian Head
Jessup New Generation
Laurel
4
19
2
3
90
2
16
2
8
49
5
31
0
3
52
3
21
0
10
21
16
29
30
7
120
8
18
22
47
61
25
79
32
13
262
13
55
24
65
131
12
55
18
65
131
0
12
0
25
100
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
35
0
12
40
0
40
26
0
272
0
0
3
0
0
66
67
68
69
70
Laurel Fellowship
Leonardtown
Lewes Living Hope
Martinsburg
McConnellstown
0
18
3
40
65
0
8
3
16
20
6
16
6
45
48
4
7
6
17
25
33
91
6
5
100
7
25
4
2
45
39
125
15
90
213
11
40
13
35
90
11
32
0
33
90
11
8
0
0
8
0
0
0
35
55
0
0
0
0
0
12
12
10
6
60
18
84
12
31
99
0
0
2
0
0
71
72
73
74
*75
Melwood
Melwood Latino
Middletown Oasis Community
Middletown Village
Milford
87
8
0
1
135
86
3
0
1
14
16
15
0
0
54
5
2
0
0
28
89
12
0
2
325
35
10
0
2
120
192
35
0
3
514
126
15
0
3
162
50
15
0
0
105
105
5
0
0
57
65
0
0
0
119
25
0
0
0
0
16
25
0
0
49
65
44
0
0
227
31
0
0
0
0
* Sponsored New Church this Year
22
22a
23
23a
24
24a
26
27
28
29
29a
23
0
24
2
45
15
0
12
1
35
60
20
108
4
65
50
20
37
4
54
96
31
158
11
134
73
31
62
7
107
65
31
52
7
63
15
0
10
3
60
16
0
47
0
47
0
0
0
0
22
13
0
0
3
33
40
35
0
4
98
3
0
0
11
30
81
*82
83
84
85
New Freedom Trail
Newark First
North East
Oakland
Orbisonia
12
7
7
26
6
6
2
1
13
5
13
8
7
7
8
8
3
4
2
7
38
40
14
53
65
18
20
7
30
42
63
55
28
86
79
32
25
12
45
54
22
25
12
45
54
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
41
34
0
2
0
0
0
20
5
7
9
10
38
117
18
51
63
12
0
0
29
22
*86
87
88
89
90
Owings Mills Latin American First
Petersburg
Pleasant Ridge
Rising Sun
Rockville
135
12
7
40
6
195
6
5
21
3
72
19
2
17
6
160
7
2
6
3
262
57
24
61
60
350
22
15
26
20
469
88
33
118
72
705
35
22
53
26
350
24
22
53
26
480
11
0
0
15
85
30
0
97
0
0
0
10
42
0
128
13
2
12
3
245
69
16
135
55
14
0
4
0
15
91
92
93
94
95
Rockville First Spanish
Rockville Latino
Ryot
Salisbury Cross Pointe
Sandtown
24
65
34
100
4
12
45
22
43
4
10
55
20
56
0
8
28
9
23
0
28
125
102
409
36
30
87
40
197
17
62
245
156
565
40
50
160
71
263
21
50
160
55
263
21
36
55
24
65
0
0
0
22
0
0
0
0
0
55
0
0
55
23
70
0
0
65
33
265
10
0
20
15
70
2
96
97
98
99
100
Seaford
Seaford Haitian
Severn Grace Pointe Community
Shippensburg
Shippensburg The Harbor
18
0
298
82
0
18
0
153
45
0
0
0
268
14
0
0
0
108
7
0
20
0
284
36
0
20
0
175
34
0
38
0
850
132
0
38
0
436
86
0
0
0
155
86
0
20
0
281
0
0
0
0
152
80
0
0
0
160
38
0
0
0
150
60
0
0
0
488
171
0
0
0
0
1
0
101
102
103
104
105
Silver Spring Living Water International
Smyrna Faith
South Carroll
St. Charles LifeStream
State College Bethel
32
6
10
35
7
15
6
6
19
6
24
1
10
45
3
8
0
4
15
2
56
16
50
240
21
17
8
20
101
9
112
23
70
320
31
40
14
30
135
17
40
14
1
70
17
14
0
0
135
0
0
33
12
64
0
0
0
0
0
0
24
1
12
45
0
54
22
50
186
0
0
4
16
86
0
106
107
108
109
110
Washington Community of Hope
Washington Grace
Washington Mosaic
Washington The Table
Westminster
36
10
14
0
5
23
6
10
0
3
17
6
9
0
0
11
3
5
0
0
85
30
75
0
33
32
22
54
0
25
138
46
98
0
38
66
31
69
0
28
41
16
35
0
25
66
16
40
0
8
125
25
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
17
0
13
0
0
21
31
364
0
33
0
0
0
0
5
55
25
785
45
8
552
0
38
249
0
12
196
28
56
893
28
20
296
83
119
1,927
73
40
1,044
55
40
1,044
0
25
1,044
0
0
280
0
0
0
16
38
196
8
35
1,285
0
20
0
111 Westminster First Latin American
112 Wilmington Haitian
113 York Stillmeadow
* Sponsored New Church this Year
NMI Active
Membership
NYI Membership
VBS Enrollment
Average Weekly
Adult SDMI
Attendance
Average Weekly
Youth SDMI
Attendance
NMI Associate
Membership
8
11
13
2
18
Caravan Enrollment
13
11
26
5
24
Total Adult SDMI
Responsibility List
Milford Haitian
Milford Latino
Mount Airy New Beginning
Mount Tabor
New Cumberland
Total Youth SDMI
Responsibility List
76
77
78
79
80
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
2014
20
Total Children’s SDMI
Responsibility List
DISCIPLESHIP
22
22a
23a
24
24a
26
27
28
29
29a
4,258
15,177
8,552
6,299
3,972
3,012
537
2,467
7,850
1,223
Last Year Total
8,610
4,298
15,467
8,380
6,412
3,708
2,729
496
2,391
8,125
1,953
Increase / (Decrease)
342
3
18
209
264
283
41
76
Name Change
Inactive
College Park Resurrection Power of
Christ
Easton Latino
Hyattsville
College Park Latino
to College Park Fountain of
Grace
Hyattsville
to Rockville First Spanish
College Park African
(40)
Transfer
0
(290)
172
(113)
Merge
NYI Membership
VBS Enrollment
Average Weekly
SDMI Attendance
Average Weekly
Youth SDMI
Attendance
Organized
(650)
0
Caravan Enrollment
7,960
1,340
Mid-Atlantic Supplemental
Total SDMI
Responsibility List
1,549
2,503
Average Weekly
Adult SDMI
Attendance
2,521
2,742
Total Adult SDMI
Responsibility List
2,745
4,354
Total Youth SDMI
Responsibility List
4,696
Average Weekly
Children’s SDMI
Attendance
Current Year Total
Church Name
* Sponsored New Church this Year
23
NMI Associate
Membership
21a
Total Average
Weekly Discipleship
Groups Attendance
21
Total Average
Weekly Sunday
School Attendance
Total Children’s SDMI
Responsibility List
2014
20a
NMI Active
Membership
20
DISCIPLESHIP
Disorganize
Frederick Hispanic
(275)
(730)
Drop
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
2014
32
Total Given to
Global Mission
31
Other Global
Interests
30
Approved Mission
Specials
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
Annapolis
38,123
0
248
0
248
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Annapolis Latino
72,587
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Baltimore Brooklyn
11,500
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Baltimore Dundalk
35,724
0
200
40
240
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Baltimore Latino
24,250
1,337
0
0
1,337
547
1,173
165
1,338
547
0
547
6
7
8
9
10
Baltimore Lighthouse Community
18,026
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Baltimore-Parkville
27,519
1,606
465
0
2,071
583
1,205
169
1,374
583
0
583
1
2
3
4
5
Bedford
33,871
178
0
0
178
73
156
22
178
73
0
73
Bel Air
904,596
47,000
87,277
0
134,277
18,597
39,879
5,579
45,458
18,597
1,000
19,597
Berkeley Springs
30,653
1,936
2,043
35
4,014
673
1,444
202
1,646
673
40
713
11
12
13
14
15
Berlin The River
82,600
2,499
3,703
693
6,895
1,023
2,193
307
2,500
1,023
0
1,023
16
17
18
19
20
Chambersburg Mosaic
21
22
23
24
25
8,645
70
100
0
170
29
61
9
70
29
0
29
Cambridge
90,625
5,306
1,258
0
6,564
1,050
2,251
315
2,566
1,050
0
1,050
Carlisle
12,902
0
150
0
150
34
73
11
84
34
0
34
9,800
36
0
0
36
15
32
5
37
15
0
15
27,687
1,558
2,245
0
3,803
334
103
15
118
48
0
48
108,656
6,848
16,704
0
23,552
2,311
4,956
694
5,650
2,311
0
2,311
Burnham Freedom Way
Chambersburg Latino
Chestertown
0
0
12,836
0
12,836
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
104,428
1,226
1,940
400
3,566
502
1,075
151
1,226
502
0
502
College Park African
19,000
1,010
100
0
1,110
900
1,930
270
2,200
900
0
900
College Park Fountain of Grace
48,562
2,620
100
0
2,720
579
1,241
174
1,415
579
0
579
College Park Healing Temple
13,500
52
500
0
552
21
45
7
52
21
0
21
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3,500
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Columbia Alive Community
26,431
0
150
0
150
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
26
27
28
29
30
Cumberland Bethel
73,994
4,303
12,700
200
17,203
1,214
2,602
364
2,966
1,214
0
1,214
Cumberland First
89,063
4,714
2,684
0
7,398
477
927
130
1,057
432
50
482
Damascus
18,563
380
4,604
0
4,984
156
333
47
380
156
0
156
Delmar Haitian
63,062
0
0
0
0
1,575
1,930
270
2,200
900
0
900
Delta
53,065
1,070
338
0
1,408
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
31
32
33
*34
35
Denton
213,846
10,145
22,630
970
33,745
4,397
9,428
1,319
10,747
4,397
0
4,397
Clarksville Wellspring
College Park
College Park New Leaf
College Park Resurrection Power of Christ
39,980
0
100
0
100
338
724
102
826
338
102
440
Dover Mountain Grove Chapel
163,380
10,890
5,710
0
16,600
3,253
6,976
976
7,952
3,253
0
3,253
Dover The Cross
151,219
7,900
3,082
0
10,982
3,218
6,900
966
7,866
3,218
20
3,238
8,900
473
0
0
473
199
426
60
486
199
0
199
Dover Haitian
Easton Latino
* 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
33
Pension Fund
Total Church
Income
Church Name
World Evangelism
Fund
PART 1
2014
32
Total Given to
Global Mission
31
Other Global
Interests
30
Approved Mission
Specials
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
217,546
6,559
2,395
1,200
10,154
2,683
0
0
0
0
0
Elkton
38,971
382
618
0
1,000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Ellicott City
55,044
2,871
0
0
2,871
1,186
2,466
345
2,811
1,186
0
1,186
1,019,126
59,036
37,306
0
96,342
24,279
49,680
6,950
56,630
24,279
0
24,279
155,558
8,500
58,921
0
67,421
2,419
5,188
726
5,914
2,419
0
2,419
36
37
38
*39
40
Easton Real Life Chapel
41
*42
43
44
45
Federalsburg Haitian
46
47
48
49
50
Gaithersburg
Ellicott City Crossroads
Fawn Grove
Frederick First
0
53,675
1,048
0
0
1,048
635
1,132
159
1,291
528
0
528
203,958
13,150
7,081
0
20,231
2,250
4,825
675
5,500
2,250
50
2,300
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Frederick West Latino
11,500
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Frostburg
84,167
4,927
2,006
0
6,933
1,905
3,536
495
4,031
1,790
0
1,790
Frederick Hispanic
727,899
37,117
70,817
0
107,934
14,269
30,583
4,264
34,847
14,269
0
14,269
Gaithersburg Latino
18,412
709
0
0
709
313
500
70
570
234
0
234
Georgetown Haitian
9,666
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Gettysburg Harvest Field Community
32,407
805
637
200
1,642
704
1,510
0
1,510
704
0
704
Glen Burnie
82,593
2,953
1,893
0
4,846
1,757
3,766
527
4,293
1,756
0
1,756
8,360
189
2,000
0
2,189
78
166
24
190
78
0
78
474,478
26,235
49,382
4,374
79,991
9,141
22,343
0
22,343
9,140
4,184
13,324
0
51
52
53
54
55
Glen Burnie Corridor
56
57
58
59
60
Halethorpe Connections
61
62
63
64
65
Hurlock United
66
67
68
69
70
Laurel Fellowship
Leonardtown
Hagerstown
4,862
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Hagerstown Hope Bridge
74,615
0
0
1,171
1,171
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Hagerstown Latino
49,204
2,562
452
0
3,014
1,043
2,237
313
2,550
1,043
0
1,043
Hagerstown Haitian
142,737
5,065
0
0
5,065
2,072
4,444
622
5,066
2,072
3,000
5,072
Hancock Grace
33,401
2,600
4,652
0
7,252
675
1,448
202
1,650
675
0
675
Hanover Trinity
114,118
5,820
4,029
0
9,849
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
31,603
216
0
0
216
89
189
27
216
89
0
89
117,128
6,800
23,653
0
30,453
2,418
5,185
726
5,911
2,418
0
2,418
0
Havre de Grace The Great Commission
Hollywood
3,425
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Hyattsville Primitive Haitian
35,000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Indian Head
42,590
2,157
282
0
2,439
338
724
102
826
338
0
338
Jessup New Generation
Laurel
Lewes Living Hope
Martinsburg
McConnellstown
* Sponsored New Church this Year
31,915
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
412,636
22,396
20,083
2,366
44,845
9,088
19,489
2,727
22,216
9,088
0
9,088
17,174
553
1,317
0
1,870
227
485
68
553
227
0
227
99,770
5,213
1,056
0
6,269
2,129
4,564
639
5,203
2,129
0
2,129
4,212
264
0
0
264
108
100
14
114
108
0
108
60,643
2,995
3,404
0
6,399
210
450
63
513
210
0
210
144,200
7,026
5,392
0
12,418
828
1,774
249
2,023
828
0
828
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
2014
32
Total Given to
Global Mission
31
Other Global
Interests
30
Approved Mission
Specials
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
165,475
1,008
5,056
0
6,064
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Melwood Latino
5,500
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Middletown Oasis Community
1,268
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Middletown Village
4,000
142
420
0
562
59
125
18
143
59
0
59
260,724
13,675
14,303
0
27,978
5,287
9,550
1,336
10,886
5,287
0
5,287
Milford Haitian
19,547
0
700
0
700
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Milford Latino
11,000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
203,021
10,506
6,460
1,251
18,217
4,567
9,793
1,371
11,164
4,567
0
4,567
23,258
1,357
642
110
2,109
486
1,042
146
1,188
486
0
486
183,217
9,183
12,792
0
21,975
3,780
8,104
1,134
9,238
3,780
0
3,780
71
72
73
74
*75
Melwood
76
77
78
79
80
81
*82
83
84
85
New Freedom Trail
Milford
Mount Airy New Beginning
Mount Tabor
New Cumberland
67,859
874
6,670
0
7,544
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
239,092
5,634
10,041
3,246
18,921
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
56,120
317
324
0
641
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Oakland
119,455
10,996
8,088
1,000
20,084
2,395
346
719
1,065
2,395
0
2,395
Orbisonia
130,042
6,654
4,833
0
11,487
2,722
5,839
817
6,656
0
0
0
*86
87
88
89
90
Owings Mills Latin American First
395,870
18,630
21,717
12,400
52,747
3,496
7,496
1,049
8,545
3,496
0
3,496
Petersburg
66,105
4,300
4,170
0
8,470
1,190
2,552
357
2,909
1,190
1,460
2,650
Pleasant Ridge
82,441
7,251
11,795
0
19,046
1,814
3,889
544
4,433
0
0
0
170,653
9,462
3,082
0
12,544
3,625
7,773
1,088
8,861
3,625
678
4,303
Rockville
62,463
2,560
1,290
0
3,850
2,110
2,360
331
2,691
1,101
0
1,101
91
92
93
94
95
Rockville First Spanish
42,052
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Rockville Latino
234,500
15,958
0
0
15,958
432
925
130
1,055
432
0
432
Ryot
103,621
5,508
10,131
0
15,639
2,346
5,031
704
5,735
2,346
0
2,346
Salisbury Cross Pointe
774,327
40,209
34,756
0
74,965
16,349
35,058
4,905
39,963
16,349
0
16,349
42,000
0
160
294
454
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
131,747
6,838
730
0
7,568
2,797
5,998
840
6,838
2,797
0
2,797
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Severn Grace Pointe Community
603,523
34,472
10,053
0
44,525
125
268
39
307
125
0
125
Shippensburg
238,605
12,312
19,710
0
32,022
4,858
10,418
1,458
11,876
4,858
0
4,858
7,593
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Newark First
North East
Rising Sun
Sandtown
96
97
98
99
100
Seaford
101
102
103
104
105
Silver Spring Living Water International
35,000
178
0
0
178
73
156
22
178
73
0
73
Smyrna Faith
26,856
1,361
1,945
0
3,306
543
1,165
163
1,328
543
0
543
South Carroll
109,935
6,333
2,606
0
8,939
2,330
4,996
699
5,695
2,330
0
2,330
St. Charles LifeStream
420,903
22,066
26,405
30,182
78,653
9,027
19,358
2,709
22,067
9,027
0
9,027
42,315
600
1,402
0
2,002
135
290
41
331
135
0
135
Seaford Haitian
Shippensburg The Harbor
State College Bethel
* 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
33
Pension Fund
Total Church
Income
Church Name
106
107
108
109
110
World Evangelism
Fund
PART 1
2014
32
Total Given to
Global Mission
31
Other Global
Interests
30
Approved Mission
Specials
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
Washington Community of Hope
70,984
3,787
1,002
452
5,241
1,510
3,229
452
3,681
1,510
0
1,510
Washington Grace
54,328
4,745
1,258
0
6,003
1,160
2,486
348
2,834
1,160
0
1,160
Washington Mosaic
108,079
1,881
1,957
0
3,838
850
1,821
255
2,076
850
0
850
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
79,202
5,389
2,500
75
7,964
1,670
3,536
495
4,031
1,649
0
1,649
106,714
6,726
3,825
0
10,551
2,201
4,720
661
5,381
2,201
0
2,201
20,000
0
0
0
0
225
483
68
551
225
0
225
1,247,926
48,073
371,976
4,676
424,725
3,260
6,990
978
7,968
3,260
0
3,260
Washington The Table
Westminster
111 Westminster First Latin American
112 Wilmington Haitian
113 York Stillmeadow
0
Mid-Atlantic Supplemental
Current Year Total
14,008,170
660,290
1,082,042
65,335
1,807,667
204,364
420,644
56,193
476,837
194,806
10,584
205,390
Last Year Total
14,620,483
656,334
1,218,311
100,721
1,975,366
241,342
512,823
71,322
584,145
234,966
7,468
242,434
(15,129)
(107,308)
Increase / (Decrease)
(612,313)
3,956
Organized
Name Change
Inactive
College Park Resurrection Power of
Christ
Easton Latino
Hyattsville
College Park Latino
to College Park Fountain of
Grace
Hyattsville
to Rockville First Spanish
College Park African
* Sponsored New Church this Year
0
0
(136,269)
(35,386)
Transfer
(167,699)
(36,978)
Merge
(92,179)
Disorganize
Frederick Hispanic
(40,160)
Drop
3,116
(37,044)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
50
51
Allocations Paid in
Full?
49
Indebtedness on
Those Properties
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
2014
42
Buildings, Properties
and Capital
Improvements
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
Annapolis
14,114
0
14,840
8,000
0
800
37,754
38,002
750,000
0
No
Annapolis Latino
12,000
0
24,000
34,000
4,000
3,000
77,000
77,000
0
0
No
Baltimore Brooklyn
0
9,650
0
0
0
300
9,950
9,950
250,000
0
No
Baltimore Dundalk
0
0
9,162
7,434
250
11,215
28,061
28,301
600,000
0
No
20,000
0
0
0
6,300
5,986
32,286
36,055
0
0
Yes
Baltimore Lighthouse Community
0
3,000
9,600
0
780
1,100
14,480
14,480
0
0
No
Baltimore-Parkville
0
0
35,917
7,638
0
4,236
47,791
52,402
2,200,000
684,000
Yes
Baltimore Latino
Bedford
Bel Air
Berkeley Springs
192
0
21,259
0
0
0
21,451
21,953
650,000
0
No
38,473
0
99,091
134,202
22,865
189,551
484,182
702,111
4,200,000
0
Yes
0
0
5,830
325
0
16,964
23,119
30,165
195,000
0
Yes
40,038
0
3,700
9,600
3,230
16,075
72,643
84,084
0
0
No
0
3,689
0
0
200
3,648
7,537
7,835
210,000
10,678
No
2,528
0
30,000
21,296
2,300
1,100
57,224
68,454
950,000
15,000
No
127
0
0
0
65
14,610
14,802
15,104
300
0
No
No
11
12
13
14
15
Berlin The River
Chambersburg Latino
0
0
0
6,500
250
2,878
9,628
9,731
0
0
16
17
18
19
20
Chambersburg Mosaic
0
0
2,955
7,875
2,518
1,830
15,178
19,481
0
0
No
Chestertown
0
0
24,000
4,975
1,071
33,438
63,484
97,308
1,300,000
0
Yes
No
Burnham Freedom Way
Cambridge
Carlisle
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12,836
0
0
16,844
0
16,850
28,487
13,906
1,449
77,536
83,332
1,758,000
0
No
College Park African
6,000
0
0
0
3,000
5,000
14,000
19,110
0
0
Yes
21
22
23
24
25
College Park Fountain of Grace
7,200
0
8,000
12,000
1,345
5,489
34,034
39,327
0
0
No
College Park Healing Temple
7,200
0
0
1,200
1,200
3,400
13,000
13,646
0
0
No
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
College Park Resurrection Power of Christ
1,500
0
0
0
1,800
350
3,650
3,650
0
0
No
Columbia Alive Community
3,245
0
0
15,970
2,000
3,687
24,902
25,052
0
0
No
26
27
28
29
30
Cumberland Bethel
0
0
0
0
749
43,908
44,657
67,254
1,974,000
0
No
Cumberland First
0
0
18,540
21,993
1,560
36,932
79,025
88,439
950,000
0
No
17,413
0
0
0
2,354
312
20,079
25,755
0
0
No
Delmar Haitian
0
10,800
0
14,000
4,300
12,000
41,100
45,775
950,000
750,000
No
Delta
0
8,311
27,100
0
758
18,073
54,242
55,650
650,000
118,541
No
Denton
5,000
0
59,056
4,397
3,967
2,869
75,289
128,575
985,000
0
No
Dover Haitian
1,200
7,800
2,400
12,000
2,600
13,000
39,000
40,704
650,000
300,000
No
15,530
0
52,893
16,546
19,156
20,562
124,687
155,745
1,260,000
0
No
Dover The Cross
1,827
28,239
53,255
6,670
990
21,770
112,751
138,055
1,500,000
586,000
Yes
Easton Latino
4,000
0
0
2,400
1,000
800
8,200
9,557
0
0
Yes
31
32
33
*34
35
Clarksville Wellspring
College Park
College Park New Leaf
Damascus
Dover Mountain Grove Chapel
* Sponsored New Church this Year
47
48
49
50
Total Used for Local
Mission
Total Missional
Disbursements
Value of Church
Properties
Indebtedness on
Those Properties
51
Allocations Paid in
Full?
46
All Other Church
Ministries
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
2014
42
Buildings, Properties
and Capital
Improvements
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
45,408
36,633
58,804
61,814
3,467
44,494
250,620
263,457
1,759,200
429,000
Elkton
0
0
19,500
5,015
0
14,778
39,293
40,293
850,000
0
No
Ellicott City
0
0
2,725
12,000
0
5,675
20,400
28,454
0
0
Yes
41,000
158,176
322,103
13,000
42,000
218,100
794,379
995,909
5,700,000
1,900,000
Yes
Fawn Grove
2,687
0
27,665
19,995
1,529
48,700
100,576
178,749
1,120,000
0
Yes
41
*42
43
44
45
Federalsburg Haitian
1,000
12,000
4,000
18,000
2,392
11,987
49,379
52,881
750,000
250,000
No
Frederick First
6,511
0
64,463
53,945
2,795
55,251
182,965
213,246
2,500,000
0
No
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
Frederick West Latino
4,500
0
0
6,000
110
0
10,610
10,610
0
0
No
Frostburg
6,751
4,856
27,628
7,362
2,490
16,042
65,129
79,788
750,000
11,687
Yes
46
47
48
49
50
Gaithersburg
36
37
38
*39
40
Easton Real Life Chapel
Ellicott City Crossroads
Frederick Hispanic
No
487,845
31,886
184,144
57,597
3,855
37,046
802,373
973,692
5,400,000
1,367,268
Yes
Gaithersburg Latino
0
1,800
0
12,000
450
0
14,250
16,076
0
0
No
Georgetown Haitian
14,000
0
0
0
2,197
1,500
17,697
17,697
0
0
No
2,500
0
8,763
0
0
14,351
25,614
30,174
330,000
0
No
Glen Burnie
0
0
11,344
37,140
0
25,755
74,239
86,891
700,000
0
No
51
52
53
54
55
Glen Burnie Corridor
0
0
0
5,200
0
0
5,200
7,735
0
0
Yes
144,380
0
88,938
78,767
14,551
49,004
375,640
500,439
1,400,000
0
Yes
0
0
0
1,200
500
2,054
3,754
3,754
0
0
No
26,346
0
25,757
13,700
7,862
1,329
74,994
76,165
0
0
No
5,600
0
0
19,500
3,893
7,170
36,163
43,813
0
0
Yes
56
57
58
59
60
Halethorpe Connections
10,800
0
35,179
41,400
8,000
34,525
129,904
147,179
0
0
No
300
0
2,200
14,800
1,124
5,712
24,136
34,388
75,000
0
Yes
No
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
Laurel Fellowship
Gettysburg Harvest Field Community
Hagerstown
Hagerstown Haitian
Hagerstown Hope Bridge
Hagerstown Latino
Hancock Grace
0
0
53,114
13,188
6,475
31,136
103,913
113,762
1,171,000
0
5,269
1,000
1,650
0
676
20,364
28,959
29,569
500,000
900,000
No
10,019
0
49,823
9,753
55
59,303
128,953
170,153
1,500,000
0
Yes
Hurlock United
2,105
0
0
0
400
832
3,337
3,337
38,000
14,000
No
Hyattsville Primitive Haitian
4,200
0
0
8,000
6,500
7,250
25,950
25,950
0
0
No
Indian Head
2,058
0
8,514
1,000
345
25,286
37,203
41,144
1,113,000
0
No
0
26,380
7,000
0
0
0
33,380
33,380
0
0
No
72,449
12,948
110,695
67,181
12,162
82,885
358,320
443,557
800,000
120,048
Yes
Hanover Trinity
Havre de Grace The Great Commission
Hollywood
Jessup New Generation
Laurel
Leonardtown
Lewes Living Hope
Martinsburg
McConnellstown
* Sponsored New Church this Year
3,450
0
200
13,000
0
688
17,338
20,215
0
0
Yes
15,844
0
17,151
7,747
2,319
27,961
71,022
86,752
678,400
0
Yes
1,000
0
0
0
0
4,971
5,971
6,565
0
0
Yes
0
0
14,560
18,276
0
0
32,836
40,168
630,000
0
No
45,000
12,185
47,600
15,500
1,000
2,500
123,785
139,882
250,000
115,000
No
Total Missional
Disbursements
All Other Church
Ministries
49
50
51
Allocations Paid in
Full?
48
Indebtedness on
Those Properties
47
Value of Church
Properties
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
2014
42
Buildings, Properties
and Capital
Improvements
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
33,165
17,089
57,112
33,294
1,986
24,308
166,954
173,018
1,962,000
286,862
No
0
0
0
1,200
250
3,000
4,450
4,450
0
0
No
3,640
0
0
0
1,200
5,934
10,774
10,774
0
0
No
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
823
0
0
Yes
Milford
12,577
0
65,683
24,597
11,162
120,506
234,525
283,963
1,900,000
0
Yes
76
77
78
79
80
Milford Haitian
11,215
0
5,000
350
0
2,450
19,015
19,715
0
0
No
Milford Latino
1,100
0
1,970
0
4,305
2,123
9,498
9,498
0
0
No
0
0
32,231
55,611
899
80,801
169,542
208,057
1,100,000
0
Yes
0
0
7,440
955
2,368
5,882
16,645
20,914
80,000
0
Yes
New Cumberland
90,809
0
33,604
44,099
4,997
26,901
200,410
239,183
2,750,000
0
Yes
81
*82
83
84
85
New Freedom Trail
20,030
4,884
23,962
20,142
28
4,884
73,930
81,474
800,000
31,000
No
Newark First
50,736
83,205
33,699
48,814
0
17,414
233,868
252,789
3,750,000
725,000
No
0
0
19,950
4,750
500
19,718
44,918
45,559
245,000
0
No
8,191
0
23,432
10,896
5,600
32,055
80,174
106,113
475,000
0
No
0
0
22,032
34,774
1,100
50,974
108,880
129,745
790,000
0
No
65,000
0
57,518
7,200
28,000
18,500
176,218
244,502
1,500,000
738,690
No
Petersburg
0
6,977
18,900
7,016
388
21,054
54,335
69,554
980,000
67,000
No
Pleasant Ridge
0
0
16,650
24,273
2,260
19,293
62,476
87,769
272,996
0
No
23,841
28,579
5,296
18,454
0
87,957
164,127
193,460
4,000,000
202,898
Yes
71
72
73
74
*75
Melwood
Melwood Latino
Middletown Oasis Community
Middletown Village
Mount Airy New Beginning
Mount Tabor
North East
Oakland
Orbisonia
*86
87
88
89
90
Owings Mills Latin American First
Rockville
7,876
2,628
28,078
38,376
2,400
4,453
83,811
93,563
1,900,000
17,922
No
91
92
93
94
95
Rockville First Spanish
6,000
0
5,600
15,220
0
16,487
43,307
43,307
0
0
No
Rockville Latino
37,100
0
27,000
30,400
4,850
8,890
108,240
126,117
0
0
No
Ryot
26,480
0
23,191
2,778
5,397
29,632
87,478
113,544
275,000
0
Yes
179,628
0
195,816
73,732
11,864
220,890
681,930
829,556
4,926,128
0
Yes
2,340
0
15,900
11,680
850
12,350
43,120
43,574
350,000
0
No
Rising Sun
Salisbury Cross Pointe
Sandtown
96
97
98
99
100
Seaford
0
0
21,160
19,489
2,123
0
42,772
62,772
1,000,000
0
Yes
Seaford Haitian
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
153,834
288,000
202,776
119,386
1,163
38,409
803,568
848,650
12,500,000
5,389,070
No
10,365
0
67,638
64,803
6,639
58,695
208,140
261,754
572
0
Yes
6,607
0
1,500
0
0
0
8,107
8,107
0
0
Yes
101
102
103
104
105
Silver Spring Living Water International
12,000
0
8,000
8,000
1,000
2,897
31,897
32,399
0
0
No
0
3,000
920
6,377
2,571
9,340
22,208
27,928
300,000
40,733
Yes
Severn Grace Pointe Community
Shippensburg
Shippensburg The Harbor
Smyrna Faith
South Carroll
St. Charles LifeStream
State College Bethel
* Sponsored New Church this Year
6,762
0
21,158
21,050
309
26,349
75,628
94,922
500,000
0
Yes
15,606
28,846
86,516
92,213
23,423
110,315
356,919
475,693
1,125,000
235,313
Yes
7,591
0
0
15,000
1,176
14,662
38,429
41,032
1,500,000
0
No
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
Debt Service
Church Name
106
107
108
109
110
43
Buildings, Properties
and Capital
Improvements
PART 2
2014
42
Pastor, Associate,
and Support Staff
Salaries
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
1,777
0
24,060
17,310
0
3,378
46,525
58,467
988,440
0
Yes
Washington Grace
24,718
0
11,001
16,000
0
0
51,719
62,876
750,000
0
Yes
Washington Mosaic
3,932
9,456
46,785
71,238
5,633
6,947
143,991
151,605
4,119,630
83,365
No
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
10,097
0
24
28,954
875
14,420
54,370
69,684
400,000
0
Yes
Washington Community of Hope
Washington The Table
Westminster
111 Westminster First Latin American
112 Wilmington Haitian
113 York Stillmeadow
0
0
0
0
765
73,456
74,221
94,555
0
0
Yes
0
4,800
8,400
0
645
5,248
19,093
20,094
200,000
45,000
No
29,516
206,120
360,247
237,867
369
405,801
1,239,920
1,679,133
6,295,310
2,002,918
No
0
0
Mid-Atlantic Supplemental
Current Year Total
2,037,986
1,052,937
3,292,217
2,235,886
368,756
2,959,354
11,947,136
14,641,394
107,731,976
17,436,993
Last Year Total
1,764,252
1,147,082
3,692,570
2,297,918
396,931
2,888,250
12,187,003
15,230,290
103,453,865
16,613,112
Increase / (Decrease)
273,734
4,278,111
823,881
(94,145)
Organized
Name Change
Inactive
College Park Resurrection Power of
Christ
Easton Latino
Hyattsville
College Park Latino
to College Park Fountain of
Grace
Hyattsville
to Rockville First Spanish
College Park African
* Sponsored New Church this Year
(400,353)
(62,032)
Transfer
(28,175)
71,104
Merge
(239,867)
(588,896)
Disorganize
Frederick Hispanic
Drop

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