Vancouver Nazarene Church

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Local and Global Partners:


Local Partners

Vancouver First Church of the Nazarene enjoys meaningful ministry partnerships with the following local and international organizations dedicated to meeting the needs of people in our city.

Mission Possible  website
Mission Possible serves the homeless in the downtown eastside.  It was birthed at Vancouver First Church of the Nazarene and has grown to become an amazing organization of help and healing.  VFCN enjoys supporting and partnering with Mission Possible.  

SA Foundation/Genesis House Vancouver  website
Genesis House is a program for women with children (in their care or otherwise;) aged 16-29 [age exceptions may be granted] that are seeking recovery from sexual exploitation and trafficking. There are 4 long-term beds and 1 short term bed. This unique house encourages independent living in a roommate environment. Each participant has their own bedroom and can come and go from the house freely, while respecting house rules and curfews. A house director lives in the home who provides supervision and direction, as the home is intended to be a place of healing for those committed to recovery.

Heal the Kids Project website
Heal the Kids is a special project under the umbrella of the First Church of the Nazarene in Vancouver. It’s goal is to provide needy kids on the basis of Christian principles, clean water, food, education and medicine without cost.

Nazarene Compassionate Ministries  website
Canadian Nazarene Compassionate Ministries works to meet the needs of the lost and broken in our communities and around the world. This includes the work of the Nazarene Compassionate Warehouse. website

Nazarene Global Missions website
Assisting the local church in accomplishing God's mission around the world. 

Ambrose University  website
Ambrose is the official school of the Church of the Nazarene offering excellence in education in both the Liberal Arts and in training for vocational ministry.  Find out more