NCM, International

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Nazarene Compassionate Ministries
Global Ministry Center
17001 Prairie Star Parkway
Lenexa, KS 66220, USA

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Toll Free

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Child Sponsorship

NCM, USA/Canada

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Nazarene Compassionate Ministries USA/Canada
Global Ministry Center
17001 Prairie Star Parkway
Lenexa, KS 66220, USA

By Phone

Toll Free

NCM, Incorporated

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Nazarene Compassionate Ministries, Inc.
17001 Prairie Star Parkway
Suite 100
Lenexa, KS 66220, USA

By Phone

Toll Free


By Email

1.800.310.6362 | 17001 Prairie Star Parkway, Lenexa, KS 66220, USA



    Where are you located?

    The international office for NCM is located at the Church of the Nazarene Global Ministries Center at 17001 Prairie Star Parkway, Lenexa, Kansas 66220. However, NCM projects take place in congregations and communities around the world. Each world region has an office where programs are coordinated through regional leadership. These leaders work with a network of congregations and church leaders to live out compassion as a lifestyle.

    Please direct all inquiries for child sponsorship and promotional materials to the Lenexa location.


    What is the Nazarene 30 Hour Famine? How do I sign up?

    Nazarene Compassionate Ministries is partnering with World Vision for the 30 Hour Famine, giving students the chance to learn about global hunger. The money raised will help fund a joint project to assist children and families in the Mzimba district of Malawi. For more information or to sign up, click here.


    My church is doing the Nazarene 30 hour famine. Where do I turn in the funds?

    All funds raised through the Nazarene 30 Hour Famine should be sent to the Church of the Nazarene. Funds will go to a World Vision and NCM partner project in Malawi. Please send your financial forms to:

    Nazarene 30 Hour Famine
    Church of the Nazarene
    17001 Prairie Star Parkway
    Lenexa, KS 66220

    The Nazarene 30 Hour Famine is an Approved Mission Special, so all funds raised will receive 10 percent giving credit.


    I am a part of a church within the United States and Canada. How can my church start a Compassionate Ministry Center?

    You can fill out the “Request a CMC Application” (PDF) form and send it to:

    NCM USA/Canada
    17001 Prairie Star Parkway
    Lenexa, Kansas 66220

    NCM will send you the CMC Application and can provide resources to help you become a functional, effective CMC.


    I have questions about my United States or Canada Compassionate Ministries Center grant. Who should I talk to?

    You can call NCM USA/Canada toll-free at 800-306-9950.

    How do I subscribe to NCM Magazine?

    Click here to sign up to receive our FREE quarterly magazine.


    What are the guidelines for submitting an article to the NCM Magazine?

    The NCM Magazine seeks to share stories of compassion in the church around the globe. The magazine has articles that are typically between 700-800 words and include photos (size 1MB or larger). Articles should be in narrative style sharing a story that helps the reader understand compassionate ministries by describing in detail the setting and people involved in an event or ministry.

    For more information or to submit a story email us.


    How do I change my contact information for my sponsorship or magazine subscription?

    If your physical address, email address, or phone number changes, please let us know.  You can email us and provide your name and old and new contact information, or you can call us toll free at 1 (800) 310-6362.


    How do I unsubscribe to the NCM Magazine?

    Email us at or call toll free 877-626-4145 to unsubscribe from the NCM Magazine.


    How do I order NCM materials (brochures, magazines, child sponsorship profiles, etc.)?

    Order any of our materials FREE by clicking here.


    How much do NCM materials (brochures, magazines, child sponsorship profiles, etc.) cost?

    All NCM materials are absolutely FREE.


    How do you decide what compassionate projects are NCM sponsored?

    Many people in the church feel God’s call to care for the poor and suffering in their neighborhood and around the world. At NCM, we believe that we are simply one way to support the work that God has already inspired in the hearts of God’s people. Not every compassionate ministry in the Church of the Nazarene is officially sponsored by NCM.

    The projects that NCM works with formally are evaluated and chosen by the regional NCM coordinators and the church leaders who work in the location of the project. The priority is placed on listening to church leadership who understand each area and what the most urgent needs are.


    I am interested in learning more about NCM’s AIDS ministries. Where can I find information?

    At, you can learn about NCM projects involving ministry with people living with HIV and AIDS, children who are orphaned due to AIDS and their caregivers, and HIV prevention education. You may also download the HIV/AIDS Guidelines for the Church of the Nazarene Constituency Worldwide (PDF) to learn more.


    I would like to promote NCM in my church and community. What can I do?

    There are several ways to share what God is doing through compassionate ministries around the world:

    • Get involved in a compassionate ministry through your local congregation or in your neighborhood and invite others to join you. You can find all of the Compassionate Ministries Centers in the United States and Canada online.
    • Share about Nazarene Child Sponsorship with a friend, your family, or your congregation, and become an advocate for children living in poverty around the world.
    • Learn about NCM projects and share what you learn with your Sunday School class or congregation. Be sure to include your pastor in the planning. If you are interested in receiving FREE materials to help you share about NCM, do not hesitate to call us toll free at 877-626-4145.
    • Sign up for the FREE NCM Magazine, and share the stories of compassion in the church and with others.

    For more ideas, click here.


    How can I help with disaster response?

    Each natural disaster response is organized locally and supported globally. If you are interested in supporting the church’s compassionate response in a particular disaster or the global disaster fund, you may do so by donating through, sending a check, or contacting us directly at 877-626-4145.

    If you are interested in volunteering for disaster response in the United States and Canada, please email Steve Creech at