Indianapolis DistrictChurch of the Nazarene
Rev. Danny Goddard, SDMI Chairman
The mission of Sunday School & Discipleship Ministries International (SDMI) is to carry out the Great Commission to children, youth, and adults in preparation for a lifetime of making Christlike disciples in the nations. Download this document for more information about the Indianapolis District SDMI leadership.
Rev. Perry Cook, NMI President
Nazarene Missions International exists to mobilize the church in mission through praying, discipling, giving, and educating. The Indianapolis District NMI supports mission and missionaries close to home and around the world. Check out their website for the latest information.
Rev. Adam Cheek, NYI President
The mission of Nazarene Youth International (NYI) is to call our generation to a dynamic life in Christ. The Indianapolis District NYI hosts events geared to teenagers such as Summer Camp, Celebrate Life (Talent and Sport Contest), and youth revivals. View their website for the latest information.
Holiness Today is the primary Church of the Nazarene publication. The magazine serves English-speaking Nazarenes around the world and all Christians seeking holiness material. Subscriptions to Holiness Today are available through Nazarene Publishing House.
Nazarene Communication Network (NCN) News is the official news service of the Church of the Nazarene. Material created and owned by NCN News may be used for church newsletters and bulletins. You can subscribe to NCN News and submit stories on their website.
Camp Camby is a conference and retreat destination on the southwest side of Indianapolis. Camp Camby is open year round and offers a peaceful, rural setting for conferences and retreats. Book with Camp Camby to make your next retreat a memorable one!
Indianapolis District Journal
2015 Indianapolis District Journal
Manual of the Church of the Nazarene
Online Statistics Form
Download Reports and Forms
Church of the Nazarene
10616 E. County Rd. 700 S.
P.O. Box 46
Camby, IN 46113
Pam Garner, Administrative Assistant
Dr. Ron Blake, District Superintendent