Welcome to the Southwest Native American District Church of the Nazarene

Welcome to the SNADNAZ website. The Southwest Native American District Church of the Nazarene is a growing community throughout Arizona and New Mexico with over 30 churches throughout. Get connected with our churches, learn about our Nazarene beliefs, learn about our vision and mission, browse through upcoming events. You can also find resources to equip you and your church, contact us for a prayer request or how you may get connected, read the latest news through our blog, and read about our missions, youth, Sunday School, discipleship, and ministerial development.

Volunteers Needed

We praise God for His provision in finishing the educational unit at Kaibeto Church of The Nazarene.

Many work and witness teams have been involved in this process since we began as W&W facilitators in 2006. This facility will now be a hub for work teams to stay at while working at other churches on that zone.

Please join us at a dedication service on Saturday, October 24th, immediately following the zone rally.

We would love to have you join us for the dedication. Cloyd Selby Memorial has been a long time in the works. We praise God for the generous donation by the Selby Family that began the work shortly after we began the job of coordinating Work and Witness teams to the Southwest Native American District. That donation sparked the drive to build this hub facility. We invite you to join us in praise to our great and awesome God.

The Krestels

rsvp 505 918 4006 or ekrestel@hotmail.com

Nazarene Essentials

A new generation of spiritual leaders and an increasing body of believers have requested that basics of the church's teaching, history,theology, mission, funding, and connections be placed in a brief and easily accessible publication-in plain language. Nazarene Essentials explains why the Church of the Nazarene exists as a worldwide Holiness and Great Commission movement in the Wesleyan-Arminian tradition. For more information please visit the Nazarene Church's website.

Daily Scripture Study