Churches in Other Countries

This page features Churches of the Nazarene located in countries other than the United States.

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Argentina

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Central Pilar, Argentina, Church of the Nazarene (photo: Daryl Densford).

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San Miguel, Argentina, Church of the Nazarene (photo: Daryl Densford).

 

Cape Verde

Assomada, island of Santiago, Cape Verde Church of the Nazarene

Assomada (île de Santiago, Cap-Vert) : Igreja do Nazareno: Assomada, island of Santiago, Cape Verde Church of the Nazarene (photo from Wikimedia Commons).

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Santa Maria, Cape Verde Church of the Nazarene

Santa Maria, Cape Verde Church of the Nazarene (photo by patrickmeyer on TripAdvisor)

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Germany

Berlin-Lichtenrade, Germany Church of the Nazarene

Berlin-Lichtenrade, Germany Church of the Nazarene on John Locke Straße, 2014 (photo from Wikimedia Commons).

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Guatemala

Rio Dulce, Guatemala Church of the Nazarene

Rio Dulce, Guatemala Church of the Nazarene is only accessible by water (photo by Marvin del Cid, posted on Flickr).

Haiti

Gros-Morne, Haiti Church of the Nazarene

Gros-Morne, Haiti Church of the Nazarene on Dedication Sunday. More than 3,500 people filled the new sanctuary for the dedication service (NCNNews).

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Jamaica

Kingston (?), Jamaica Church of the Nazarene

Kingston (?), Jamaica Church of the Nazarene (photo: Daryl Densford).

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Jordan

Amman Jordan Church of the Nazarene

Jabal Amman, Jordan Church of the Nazarene on Rainbow St. (Photo by AbuLaith on worldmapz.com).

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Swaziland

Manzini, Swaziland Church of the Nazarene, "The Stone Church"

Manzini, Swaziland Church of the Nazarene, “The Stone Church” was dedicated in 1927 by Harmon Schmelzenbach (photo from http://germansinswaziland.com/?p=237)

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Trinidad

Piarco, Trinidad Church of the Nazarene (photo by Rachel Amy Rochford).

Piarco, Trinidad Church of the Nazarene (photo by Rachel Amy Rochford).

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United Kingdom-England

Hull England Church of the Nazarene

Hull, England Church of the Nazarene. Originally Coltman Street Holiness Church, former non-conformist chapel. Originally built for the Holiness Church Society in 1916. Taken over by the Church of the Nazarene in 1959. Closed for religious use in 1990s (photo: David Wright).

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London, England: The Thomas Memorial Church of the Nazarene

London, England: The Thomas Memorial Church of the Nazarene. Founded by Welsh businessman David Thomas as the Holiness Mission in 1907. It was an 18th century house used as Board of Works Offices before the building of Battersea Town Hall.

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Sheffield England Church of the Nazarene

Sheffield, England Church of the Nazarene (formerly) on Victoria Street, 2008 (photo from Wikimedia Commons).

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Sutton, St. Helens, England Church of the Nazarene. Built in 1934 by 3 Methodist ministers as Emmanuel Mission. Since 2015 it has been Living Waters Christian Fellowship.

Sutton, St. Helens, England Church of the Nazarene. Built in 1934 by 3 Methodist ministers as Emmanuel Mission. Since 2015 it has been Living Waters Christian Fellowship.

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United Kingdom-Scotland

Park Head, Glasgow, Scotland Church of the Nazarene

Park Head, Glasgow, Scotland Church of the Nazarene (photo from parkheadhistory.com).

Scotland Parkhead Church of the Nazarene

Parkhead, Glasgow, Scotland Church of the Nazarene. Originally Pentecostal Church. From postcard: “First Holiness Church in Scotland. First Minister: Rev. George Sharpe; First Deacons: Robert Bolton, Andrew Robertson, William Barrie, Thomas Gray. First Services: September 30th, 1906. Organized October 6th, 1906, with a membership of 80.”

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Paisely, Scotland: St Matthews Church of the Nazarene. Art Nouveau building designed in 1906 in the MacKintosh style, but by William D. McLennan.

Paisely, Scotland: St Matthews Church of the Nazarene. Art Nouveau building designed in 1906 in the MacKintosh style, but by William D. McLennan.

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Paisely, Scotland: St Matthews Church of the Nazarene. Art Nouveau building designed in 1906 in the MacKintosh style, but by William D. McLennan (photo from Wikimedia Commons).

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Paisely, Scotland: St Matthews Church of the Nazarene interior. Art Nouveau building designed in 1906 in the MacKintosh style, but by William D. McLennan (photo from Wikimedia Commons).

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erth, Scotland: Trinity Church of the Nazarene

Perth, Scotland: Trinity Church of the Nazarene (photo from Wikimedia Commons)

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