Our Vision

Here on Earth, as it is in Heaven

We see a movement of churches who are change agents with their neighbours creating thriving communities

through partnerships that result in vibrancy, support, innovation, and belonging.

Reaching Out Seminar coming March 22 & 23

This two-day interactive seminar is for lay leaders and pastors to learn, pray together, and begin planning for their church.  It is designed to help us as churches work together more effectively and become more engaged in our communities with the goal for each church to leave with a plan on how to start a new work. 

More information is available here


The Canada region is comprised of 5 districts. Here you can find the monthly newsletter to stay up to date with everything Nazarene Canada-wide


"but speaking the truth in love, we are to grow up in all aspects into Him who is the head, even Christ, from whom the whole body, being fitted and held together by what every joint supplies, according to the proper working of each individual part, causes the growth of the body for the building up of itself in love."

Ephesians 4:15-16


Canada West District partners up and supports various ministries that take place across our 3 provinces. These ministries and institutions aim to bring hope and love to those who need it most, providing food, shelter, clothes, education, safe spaces, companion and guidance within the communities of our district. 

If you are interested in joining, donating, seeking opportunities or learning more, please click the link below.



Canada West District Church of the Nazarene In the Loop newsletter

is issued every 2nd month with extra editions in November and March.



We would like to acknowledge that the Nazarene churches of the Canada West District are located on the traditional territories of many of Canada’s First Peoples and the homeland of the Metis Nation.

These territories include the land of Treaties 1 and 2 in Manitoba; Treaties 4 and 6 in Saskatchewan; and Treaties 6 and 7 in Alberta.

We recognize the enduring presence of Indigenous peoples connected to these lands. We are grateful for the opportunity to gather on this territory and work in these communities, and we commit ourselves to the work of reconciliation with First Nations people. 

Click HERE for a full statement from CWD.