Chicago Central District Journal 2014

CHICAGO CENTRAL
DISTRICT
2014
ONE HUNDRED TENTH ANNUAL ASSEMBLY JOURNAL
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SESSION HELD AT
The Chapel
Libertyville, ILLINOIS
APRIL 6-7, 2014
110th
Annual Assembly Journal
of the
Chicago Central District
Church of the Nazarene
Session held at
The Chapel
Libertyville, Illinois
April 6-7, 2014
Dr. Brian E. Wilson
District Superintendent
Dr. Jerry D. Porter
General Superintendent
Printed by
CHICAGO CENTRAL DISTRICT CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
PO BOX 101163, Chicago, IL 60610
CHICAGO CENTRAL DISTRICT ASSEMBLY INFORMATION
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9/6-10/05
7/25-26/06
10/1-6/07
10/ /08
9/30/-10/3/09
9/29-10/2/10
9/20-24/11
10/9-11/12
10/1-5/13
9/23-27/14
9/8-12/15
9/6-10/16
9/5-9/17
8/28-9/1/18
9/3-7/19
9/1-5/20
8/31-9/4/21
8/30-9/3/22
8/29-9/2/23
9/2-7/24
9/9-13/25
9/1-5/26
8/31-9/4/27
8/29-9/2/28
8/28-9/1/29
8/27-31/30
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8/31-9/4/32
8/29-9/3/33
8/29-9/2/34
8/28-9/1/35
9/2-5/36
9/1-4/37
8/31-9/3/38
District Supt.
L.B. Kent
G.C. Walker
T.H. Agnew
T.H. Agnew
T.H. Agnew
T.H. Agnew
J.M. Wines
J.M. Wines
L. Milton Williams
E.P. Ellyson
I.G. Martin
W.G. Schurman
W.G. Schurman
Charles A. Brown
Charles A. Brown
Charles A. Brown
Charles A. Brown
Charles A. Brown
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
District Sec.
Herbert Hunt
G.C. Walker
A.T. Harris
A.T. Harris
E.J. Fleming
E.J. Fleming
J.A. Decker
J.A. Decker
Charles A. Wilson
Charles A. Brown
Charles A. Brown
Charles A. Brown
Charles A. Brown
W.S. Purinton
W.S. Purinton
W.S. Purinton
Floyd B. Johnson
Floyd B. Johnson
H.B. Garvin
H.B. Garvin
H.B. Garvin
H.B. Garvin
H.B. Garvin
H.B. Garvin
H.B. Garvin
H.B. Garvin
H.B. Garvin
H.B. Garvin
H.B. Garvin
H.B. Garvin
H.B. Garvin
H.B. Garvin
A.L. Parrott
A.L. Parrott
Place
Chicago, IL
Chicago, IL
Chicago, IL
Chicago, IL
Canton, IL
Chicago, IL
Marshalltown,IA
Chicago, IL
Olivet, IL
Olivet, IL
Olivet, IL
Olivet, IL
Olivet, IL
Olivet, IL
Olivet, IL
Olivet, IL
Olivet, IL
Danville, IL
Olivet, IL
Olivet, IL
Olivet, IL
Chicago, IL
Olivet, IL
Champaign, IL
Chicago, IL
Champaign, IL
Danville, IL
Springfield, IL
Olivet, IL
Olivet, IL
Danville, IL
Decatur, IL
Champaign, IL
Olivet, IL
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General Supt.
P.F. Bresee
P.F. Bresee
P.F. Bresee
P.F. Bresee
P.F. Bresee
P.F. Bresee
H.F. Reynolds
P.F. Bresee
E.F. Walker
P.F. Bresee
E.F. Walker
R.T. Williams
J.W. Goodwin
R.T. Williams
J.W. Goodwin
R.T. Williams
J.W. Goodwin
R.T. Williams
H.F. Reynolds
R.T. Williams
J.W. Goodwin
R.T. Williams
H.F. Reynolds
R.T. Williams
J.W. Goodwin
R.T. Williams
H.F. Reynolds
J.B. Chapman
J.W. Goodwin
J.B. Chapman
R.T. Williams
J.B. Chapman
R.T. Williams
J.G. Morrison
District Treas.
Herbert Hunt
Herbert Hunt
Herbert Hunt
Herbert Hunt
Herbert Hunt
Herbert Hunt
Herbert Hunt
Herbert Hunt
J.W. Lawrence
C.J. Henderson
Herbert Hunt
F.A. Runquist
E.J. Fleming
E.J. Fleming
T.W. Willingham
H.S. Keister
H.S. Keister
T.W. Willingham
T.W. Willingham
T.W. Willingham
T.W. Willingham
Laurence H. Howe
Laurence H. Howe
Laurence H. Howe
Laurence H. Howe
Laurence H. Howe
Laurence H. Howe
Laurence H. Howe
W.S. Purinton
W.S. Purinton
W.S. Purinton
W.S. Purinton
W.S. Purinton
W.S. Purinton
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Date
8/30-9/1/39
8/28-30/40
8/27-29/41
9/2-4/42
9/1-3/43
8/30-9/1/44
8/29-31/45
8/28-30/46
8/27-29/47
8/25-26/48
8/31-9/1/49
8/30-31/50
8/29-30/51
8/20-21/52
8/19-20/53
8/11-13/54
8/10-11/55
8/8-9/56
7/24-25/57
7/23-24/58
7/22-23/59
7/20-21/60
7/19-20/61
7/18-19/62
7/18-19/63
7/29-31/64
7/8-9/65
7/7-8/66
7/6-7/67
7/4-5/68
7/10-11/69
7/9-10/70
7/9-10/71
7/14-15/72
7/19-20/73
District Supt.
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
E.O. Chalfant
Mark R. Moore
Mark R. Moore
Mark R. Moore
Mark R. Moore
Mark R. Moore
Mark R. Moore
Mark R. Moore
Mark R. Moore
Mark R. Moore
Mark R. Moore
Mark R. Moore
Mark R. Moore
Mark R. Moore
Mark R. Moore
Mark R. Moore
Mark R. Moore
Forrest W. Nash
Forrest W. Nash
Forrest W. Nash
Forrest W. Nash
Forrest W. Nash
District Sec.
Ralph Rice
Ralph Rice
Ralph Rice
Ralph Rice
Ralph Rice
Ralph Rice
Ralph Rice
Ralph Rice
Ralph Rice
Ralph Rice
Ralph Rice
Ralph Rice
Ralph Rice
Ralph Rice
Ralph Rice
Ralph Rice
Ralph Rice
Ralph Rice
Ralph Rice
Ralph Rice
C. Kenneth Sparks
Fred W. Gibson
Fred W. Gibson
Fred W. Gibson
Fred W. Gibson
Fred W. Gibson
Fred W. Gibson
Fred W. Gibson
Fred W. Gibson
W.M. Lynch
Byron M. Carmony
Byron M. Carmony
Byron M. Carmony
Byron M. Carmony
Byron M. Carmony
Place
Decatur, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Danville, IL
Chicago, IL
Kankakee, IL
Danville, IL
Chicago, IL
Kankakee, IL
Danville, IL
Chicago, IL
Kankakee, IL
Danville, IL
Chicago, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
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General Supt.
R.T. Williams
J.B. Chapman
R.T. Williams
H.V. Miller
R.T. Williams
J.B. Chapman
R.T. Williams
H.V. Miller
G.B. Williamson
Hardy C.Powers
D.I. Vanderpool
Samuel Young
Hardy C. Powers
G.B. Williamson
Samuel Young
Hugh C. Benner
D.I. Vanderpool
G.B.Williamson
Hardy C.Powers
Samuel Young
Hugh C. Benner
D.I.Vanderpool
V.H. Lewis
G.B.Williamson
Hardy C.Powers
Samuel Young
Hugh C. Benner
V.H. Lewis
George Coulter
Eugene L.Stowe
Samuel Young
Orville W.Jenkins
Edward Lawlor
V.H. Lewis
George Coulter
District Treas.
W.S. Purinton
W.S. Purinton
W.S. Purinton
W.S. Purinton
W.S. Purinton
W.S. Purinton
W.E. Eigsti
Ralph Bauerle
Ralph Bauerle
M.K. Millikan
M.K. Millikan
C.B. Armes
C.B. Armes
C.B. Armes
C.B. Armes
C.B. Armes
C.B. Armes
C.B. Armes
C.B. Armes
C.B. Armes
C.B. Armes
C.B. Armes
C.B. Armes
C.B. Armes
C.B. Armes
C.B. Armes
C.B. Armes
C.B. Armes
C.B. Armes
C.B. Armes
C.B. Armes
C.B. Armes
C.B. Armes
C.B. Armes
C.B. Armes
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6/28-29/74
6/27-28/75
7/2-3/76
6/24-25/77
6/23-24/78
7/13-14/79
7/10-11/80
7/9-10/81
7/1-2/82
7/8-9/83
7/6-7/84
7/12-13/85
7/11-12/86
7/10-11/87
7/8-9/88
7/14-15/89
6/22-23/90
6/20-21/91
6/18-19/92
6/17-18/93
6/16-17/94
6/15-16/95
6/13-14/96
6/13-14/97
6/18/98
6/9-10/99
6/7-8/00
6/6-7/01
6/16-17/02
6/15-17/03
6/11-14/04
District Supt.
Forrest W. Nash
Forrest W. Nash
Forrest W. Nash
Forrest W. Nash
Forrest W. Nash
Forrest W. Nash
Forrest W. Nash
Forrest W. Nash
Forrest W. Nash
E. Keith Bottles
E. Keith Bottles
E. Keith Bottles
E. Keith Bottles
E. Keith Bottles
E. Keith Bottles
E. Keith Bottles
E. Keith Bottles
E. Keith Bottles
E. Keith Bottles
E. Keith Bottles
E. Keith Bottles
E. Keith Bottles
E. Keith Bottles
E. Keith Bottles
Brian E. Wilson
Brian E. Wilson
Brian E. Wilson
Brian E. Wilson
Brian E. Wilson
Brian E. Wilson
Brian E. Wilson
District Sec.
Byron M. Carmony
Byron M. Carmony
Byron M. Carmony
Byron M. Carmony
Byron M. Carmony
Harold J. Westlund
E. Keith Bottles
Daniel Wheelock
Daniel Wheelock
Daniel Wheelock
Daniel Wheelock
Daniel Wheelock
Daniel Wheelock
Daniel Wheelock
Daniel Wheelock
Daniel Wheelock
Daniel Wheelock
Daniel Wheelock
Daniel Wheelock
Daniel Wheelock
Daniel Wheelock
Daniel Wheelock
Daniel Wheelock
Daniel Wheelock
Lyle W. Curtis
Lyle W. Curtis
Lyle W. Curtis
Lyle W. Curtis
Lyle W. Curtis
Edward H. Heck
Edward H. Heck
Place
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Lemont, IL
Kankakee, IL
Kankakee/Lemont,IL
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General Supt.
George Coulter
V.H. Lewis
Charles.H. Strickland
Orville W.Jenkins
Eugene L. Stowe
Wm. M. Greathouse
Jerald D. Johnson
V.H. Lewis
Charles.H. Strickland
Charles.H. Strickland
Orville W. Jenkins
Raymond W. Hurn
Eugene L. Stowe
Eugene L. Stowe
Wm. M. Greathouse
Donald D. Owens
Jerald D. Johnson
Jerald D. Johnson
John A. Knight
John A. Knight
Wm. J. Prince
Wm. J. Prince
Paul G. Cunningham
Paul G. Cunningham
James H. Diehl
James H. Diehl
Jim L. Bond
Jim L. Bond
Jerry D. Porter
Jerry D. Porter
W. Talmadge Johnson
District Treas.
C.B. Armes
C.B. Armes
Norman Moore
Norman Moore
Norman Moore
Norman Moore
Norman Moore
Norman Moore
Norman Moore
Norman Moore
Norman Moore
Norman Moore
Norman Moore
Doug Perry
Doug Perry
Doug Perry
Doug Perry
Doug Perry
Doug Perry
Doug Perry
Doug Perry
Doug Perry
Doug Perry
Doug Perry
Doug Perry
Doug Perry
Doug Perry
Doug Perry
Doug Perry
Doug Perry
Doug Perry
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Date
6/12-13/05
6/18-19/06
6/17-18/07
6/22-23/08
6/14/15/09
6/20-21/10
6/19-20/11
4/15-16/12
4/14-15/13
4/6-7/14
District Supt.
Brian E. Wilson
Brian E. Wilson
Brian E. Wilson
Brian E. Wilson
Brian E. Wilson
Brian E. Wilson
Brian E. Wilson
Brian E. Wilson
Brian E. Wilson
Brian E. Wilson
District Sec.
Edward H. Heck
Edward H. Heck
Edward H. Heck
Edward H. Heck
Edward H. Heck
Edward H. Heck
Edward H. Heck
Edward H. Heck
Edward H. Heck
Edward H. Heck
Place
Bourbonnais, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Kankakee, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Kankakee, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Lemont, IL
Danville, IL
Bourbonnais, IL
Libertyville, IL
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General Supt.
W. Talmadge Johnson
Jesse C. Middendorf
Jesse C. Middendorf
Paul G. Cunningham
Paul G. Cunningham
Eugénio R. Duarte
Eugénio R. Duarte
J. K. Warrick
J. K. Warrick
Jerry D. Porter
District Treas.
Ryan Spittal
Matt Foor
Matt Foor
Matt Foor
Matt Foor
Matt Foor
Heidi Taylor
Heidi Taylor
Heidi Taylor
Heidi Taylor
ORDINATION CLASS OF 2014
CHICAGO CENTRAL DISTRICT
(From left to right): Dr. Brian E. Wilson, Rev. Kyan R. Glenn and wife Courtney,
Rev. Jeffrey C. Alexander and wife Hannah , Rev. Derek J. Diehl, Dr. Jerry D. Porter.
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CONTENTS
I.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
A. District Officers.............................................................................................. 1
B. District Leadership Support Staff ................................................................... 1
C. District Boards and Standing Committees (by Board or Committee) ............. 1
D. Assembly Committees .................................................................................. 3
E. District Departments (NMI, SDMI and NYI) ................................................... 3
F. Geographical Mission Areas and Zones ........................................................ 6
G. District Church Directory ............................................................................... 7
H. Ordained Elders .......................................................................................... 23
I. Ordained Deacons ...................................................................................... 28
J. Retired Ministers ......................................................................................... 29
K. Licensed Ministers ...................................................................................... 30
L. Ministers Serving Connectional Interests .................................................... 32
M. Ministers Serving in Nazarene Institutions/Special Connectional Interests .. 33
N. Ministers Serving in Interdenominational SPC ............................................ 33
O. Active Evangelism Service Retired.............................................................. 33
P. Registered Song Evangelist ........................................................................ 33
Q. Registered Evangelist ................................................................................. 33
II. GENERAL INFORMATION
A. Received on Transfer .................................................................................. 34
B. Granted Transfer......................................................................................... 34
C. Elected to Elder’s Orders ............................................................................ 34
D. Granted Minister’s License .......................................................................... 34
E. Granted Minister’s License Renewal ........................................................... 34
F. Minister’s License Not Renewed ................................................................. 35
G. Ministers notified of their unassigned status-Four or more years…………...35
H. Ministers Filing Credentials Having Joined Another Denomination .............. 35
I. Name Changes ........................................................................................... 35
J. Ministers Deceased .................................................................................... 35
K. Churches Inactive ....................................................................................... 35
L. Churches Disorganized ............................................................................... 35
M. Church Type Missions................................................................................. 35
N. Journal Corrections ..................................................................................... 35
O. Where to Send Funds ................................................................................. 36
III. PLAN OF EXAMINATION
A. Board of Ministry
1. District Ministerial Credentials Board……………….………………………37
2. District Ministerial Studies Board ............................................................ 37
B. Instructions to Students ................................................................................ 41
IV. DAILY PROCEEDINGS
A. Sunday Evening-Ordination Service............................................................ 43
B. Monday Morning ......................................................................................... 44
C. Monday Afternoon....................................................................................... 46
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V.
REPORTS
A. District Superintendent Report .................................................................... 48
B. District Boards
1. District Advisory Board ........................................................................... 60
2. Ministerial Credentials Board .................................................................. 63
3. Ministerial Studies Board ........................................................................ 65
C. District Assembly Committees
1. Finance Committee ................................................................................ 66
2. Memoirs ................................................................................................. 75
3. Nominating Committee ........................................................................... 76
VI. DISTRICT DEPARTMENTS
A. NMI CONVENTION
1. Daily Proceedings .................................................................................. 77
2. Presidents’ Reports ................................................................................ 80
B. NYI CONVENTION
1. Daily Proceedings .................................................................................. 86
2. President’s Report .................................................................................. 89
C. SDMI CONVENTION
1. Daily Proceedings .................................................................................. 93
2. Chairperson’s Report.............................................................................. 93
VII. FINANCIAL AND STATISTICAL
A. District Treasurer’s Report .......................................................................... 94
B. Statement of Financial Position and Supplemental Information ................... 96
C. SDMI Treasurer’s Report .......................................................................... 114
D. NYI Treasurer’s Report ............................................................................. 115
E. NMI Treasurer’s Report............................................................................. 116
F. District Operating Budget (FY 2013-14) .................................................... 118
G. District Assembly Statistical Growth Chart ................................................ 119
VIII. MASTER CONTACT LIST .................................................................................... 120
IX. STATISTICAL CHARTS ....................................................................................... 143
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I. Official Directory
A. DISTRICT OFFICERS
General Superintendent Having Jurisdiction— Dr. Jerry D. Porter, 17001 Prairie Star Parkway,
Lenexa, KS 66220
(913-577-0500)
District Superintendent—Dr. Brian E. Wilson (2015), P.O. Box 101163, Chicago, IL 60610
([email protected]; fax: 312-255-0180; 312-255-0151)
District Ministry Center—4256 N. Oriole, Norridge, IL 60706; Mail: P.O. Box 101163,
Chicago, IL 60610
([email protected]; fax: 312-255-0180; 312-255-0151)
District Secretary— Dr. Edward H. Heck, P.O. Box 101163, Chicago, IL 60610
([email protected] fax: 312-255-0180; 312-255-0151)
District Treasurer—Mrs. Heidi Taylor, P.O. Box 218, Bourbonnais, IL 60914
([email protected]; 815-274-4032)
District NMI President—Mrs. Carla Lovett (2015), 204 E. Franklin St., Wheaton, IL 60187;
([email protected]; 630-668-2460)
District NYI President— Mrs. Christina Fischer (2016), 2130 Kingston Rd., Waukegan, IL
60087
([email protected]; 847-951-2154)
District SDMI Chairperson — Rev. David R. Becker (2016), 1162 S. Elm Ave, Kankakee, IL
60901
([email protected]; 815-936-1121)
B. DISTRICT LEADERSHIP SUPPORT STAFF
Assistant DS – Rev. Edward Peñate—4256 N. Oriole, Norridge, IL 60706
Mail: P.O. Box 101163, Chicago, IL 60610
([email protected]; fax: 312-255-0180; 312-255-0151)
Church Planting Assistant to the D.S. – Lauren Seaman - 4256 N. Oriole, Norridge, IL 60706
([email protected]; fax: 312-255-0180; 312-255-0151)
Mission Area Assistant to the D.S. (Central) —Dr. Edward H. Heck,
524 Olde Oak Dr. Bourbonnais, IL 60914
([email protected]; 815-936-6369)
Mission Area Assistant to the D.S. (South) —Rev. John T. “Jack” McCormick,
255 S. Poplar, Manteno, IL 60950 ([email protected]; 815-468-8231)
Mission Area Assistant to the D.S. (South and Southwest Suburban) –Rev. Randy Dodd
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699 W. 8 St., Chicago Heights, IL 60411
([email protected]; 708-481-3210)
Mission Area Assistant to the D.S. (North and Northwest Suburban) -- Rev. Doug Ward
1515 W. Maple/Rte. 176, Mundelein, IL 60060 ([email protected]; 847-949-1440)
Mission Area Assistant to the D.S. (Chicago City) – Overseen by the DS
Hispanic Ministries – Rev. Wilfredo Canales, 220 E. Munroe St., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
([email protected]; 815-935-0524)
Asian Ministries – Rev. Timothy J. Mercer, 180 Spencer Ct., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
([email protected]; 815-802-0898)
Financial Secretary- Mrs. Michelle Thomas, P.O. Box 567, Bourbonnais, IL 60914
([email protected]; 815-929-1964)
C. DISTRICT BOARDS AND STANDING COMMITTEES
(See Section VIII for Master Contact List)
District Advisory Board
Brian E. Wilson (district superintendent, ex officio), Elders: David Anderson (2017), W. Randy Dodd
(2016), Edward H. Heck (2016), Carl Leth (2015), John T. “Jack” McCormick (2015), Laypersons: Fred
Hardy (2015), Barry Huebner (2015), Doug Perry (2017), Cheryl Seymour (2017), Paul Snellenberger
(2016).
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Board of District Mission and Evangelism
Shall be composed of the District Advisory Board
Board of Ministry
District Ministerial Credentials Board
(Terms to expire in 2017)
Brian E. Wilson, ex officio; Carl Leth (chairman), Dave Anderson, Susan Armstrong, Wilfredo Canales,
Ron Dalton, Michael Day, W. Randy Dodd, Edward H. Heck, John T. McCormick, Brian Wangler, and
David Wine.
District Ministerial Studies Board
(Terms to expire in 2017)
Brian E. Wilson, ex officio; Doug Ward (chairman), Gary Aills, Hector Alfaro, Deborah Bell, Michael
Benson, Jerry Bimber, Leon Blanchette, Andy Combs, Ezequiel Garcia, Brandon Hird, Mark Holcomb,
Dae Haeng Hur, Frank Laci, David Ludwig, Sergio Mayorga, John Mohler, Ron Panos, Todd Peeler,
Edward Peñate, Gilmar Pineda, Kent Pitcher, Mark Quanstrom, Debbie Reiniche, Cindi Schimmelfennig,
Robert Smith, and Steve Spangenberg.
Olivet Nazarene University Trustees
Brian E. Wilson, ex officio; Cheryl Seymour - Laywoman (2015), Fred Hardy -- Layman (2016), John T.
“Jack” McCormick -- Elder (2015), Edward H. Heck – Elder (2016).
District Church Properties Board
(to serve a four year term, until 2017)
Shall be composed of the District Advisory Board
District Committee for Church Property Advisement
(to serve a four year term, until 2017)
The District Superintendent; Clergy: Gary Aills, Andy Combs, W. Randy Dodd, Jerry Harris, John T.
“Jack” McCormick, and John Mohler; Laypersons: Robert Bateman, Karl Tabor, Matt Whitis and Joe
Wimberly.
District Court of Appeals
(to serve a four year term- until 2017)
The District Superintendent, Chairman of the District Ministerial Credentials Board, District Secretary,
and the following elder: John T. “Jack” McCormick, and the following laypersons: Barry Huebner and
Darren Johnson.
District Evangelism and Missions Board
(to serve a four year term, until 2017)
Shall be comprised of the District Advisory Board.
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D. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEES
(See Section VIII for Contact Information)
District Assembly Finance Committee
(to serve a four year term, until 2017)
The District Superintendent, the District Advisory Board, Presidents/Chairpersons of NYI, NMI and SDMI,
District Treasurer; Clergy- Gary Aills, Dave Anderson, Michael W. Day, W. Randy Dodd, William Luttrell,
Steve Spangenberg, Brian Wangler, and Doug Ward; Laypersons- Jesse Bass, Robert Bateman, Robert
A. Brown, Dan Ferris, John Grill, Barry Huebner, Terry Kochersperger, Tim Schweigert, and Paul
Snellenberger.
Moral and Social Issues
(to serve a four year term, until 2017)
Shall be composed of the District Advisory Board
E. DISTRICT DEPARTMENTS
1. District NMI Ministries
President—Carla Lovett
Vice President—Lynne Utter
Secretary— Kathy Caldwell
Treasurer—Donna Lovett
Alabaster—Bethsy Luquingan
Compassionate Ministries—Karen Ruthenbeck
Deputation—Lauralee Nothstine
Education—Sandy Godwin
Jesus Film—Megan Luttrell
LINKS—Ken Silvers
Missionary Health Care—William Bell
Mission Call Coordinator—Andy Holmgren
Prayer and Fasting—Kathy Yanchik
Publicity/Web Master—Joseph Weber
Teen Representative—
World Evangelism Fund—Paul Caldwell
World Mission Broadcast—Loris Lacey
Central Mission Areas—
North & NW Suburban Mission Areas—
South Suburban Mission Area—Ken Silvers
Southern Mission Area—Kent Pitcher
Urban Chicago Mission Area—Ezequiel Garcia
Hispanic Liaison—Sandra Pineda
Asian Liaison—Mary Mercer
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2. District SDMI Board
Executive Committee (Manual 237)
District SDMI Chairperson — Rev. David R. Becker (2016)
District Superintendent, ex-officio — Dr. Brian E. Wilson (2015)
District NMI President — Mrs. Carla Lovett (2015)
District NYI President — Mrs. Christina Fischer (2016)
Other Board Members Elected by the Assembly (Manual 237)
Council Member (Clergy- term expires in 2016) — Doug Ward
Council Member (Clergy- term expires in 2015) — Jeff Alexander
Council Member (Layperson- term expires in 2016) — C. Sue Harris
Council Member (Layperson- term expires in 2015) — Heather (Day) Madding
Officers and Ministry Directors Elected by the SDMI Board (Manual 237.1)
District SDMI Secretary — C. Sue Harris
District SDMI Treasurer — Lauren Seaman
Children’s Division
Director of Children’s Ministries International – Sandra Pineda
Children’s Quizzing Director — Karl Tabor
2014 Children’s Camp Directors Laura Ruch and Justin Alger
2014 Everyone Cares Camp Directors — Sara Christenson and Jeremy Driscoll
Youth Division
(See NYI Directory)
Young Adult Ministry Director — TBA
Adult Division
Director of Adult Ministries — Steve Cook
Director of Senior Adult/Prime Time Ministries — Charlie Rourbaugh
Director of Marriage & Family Enrichment Ministries— MaryAnn Cook
Director of Men’s/Family Ministries — David Diveley Sr.
Hispanic Ministries Representative — Sandra Pineda
3. District NYI Ministries
President — Christina Fischer (2016)
DP of Events — William H. Koch (2015)
DP of Ministry and Training — Kenneth J. Garner (2016)
DP for JNI — Noe Ramirez (2016)
Secretary — Roshelle Beltran (2015)
Quizzing Directors — Scott and Sara Christensen (2015)
IMPACT Director — Ellen Manes (2015)
Celebrate Life Director — Bill Koch (2015)
Jr./Sr. High Camp Director — Brandon Carter (2015)
Snowball Retreat — Christina Fischer and Bill Koch (2015)
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Members At Large:
Lay Leader- Chris Deleon
Lay Leader- Ray Smith
Lay Leader- Rolando Martinez
Chicago First Spanish
Gilman
Mt. Prospect International
Early Youth Representatives:
McKenna Allen
Lily McGrady
Jake Utter
Carter Weitzel
Kankakee College
Kankakee College
Manteno
Mundelein
Senior Youth Representatives:
Ryan Manes
Ashley Grimm
Jake McLeary
Jon Fischer
Chicago Heights
Manteno
Manteno
Waukegan First
College Representatives:
Rachel Ramirez
Danny Ortega
Frida Palacios
Briana Turner
Chicago Summit Spanish
Mt. Prospect International
Mt. Prospect International
Waukegan First
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F. DISTRICT MISSION AREAS AND ZONES
1. Mission Areas
The Southern Mission Area
Mission Area Assistant -- Rev. Jack McCormick (Manteno Church).
This mission area consists of the churches of the South Zone (below).
The Central Mission Area
Mission Area Assistant -- Dr. Edward H. Heck (Kankakee First Church)
This mission area consists of the churches of the Kankakee Zone.
The South and Southwest Suburban Mission Area
Mission Area Assistant – Rev. Randy Dodd (Chicago Heights)
This mission area consists of the churches of the South, Southwest Suburbs and Joliet Zones.
The North and Northwest Suburban Mission Area
Mission Area Assistant – Rev. Doug Ward (Mundelein)
This mission area consists of the churches of the North, Northwest and West Suburban Zones.
The City of Chicago Mission Area
Overseen directly by the District Superintendent
This mission area consists of the churches of the City of Chicago Zone.
2. District Zones
South (10 churches) Danville Cedar Grove, Danville First, Danville Southside, Danville Westside,
Gilman, Hoopeston Community, Milford, Paxton, Potomac, and Sheldon.
Kankakee (11 churches and 1 CMC) - Aroma Park, Bradley, Kankakee College, Kankakee Eastridge,
Kankakee First, Kankakee Westbrook, Kankakee Wildwood, Kempton, Limestone Community,
Manteno, Momence First, and CMC: Center of Hope.
Joliet (4 churches) - Joliet Crystal Lawns, Joliet First, Wilmington First, and Living Water.
South Suburbs (3 churches) - Chicago Heights, House of Prayer Ministries, and Lighthouse
Community.
Southwest Suburbs (8 churches)- Blue Island, Blue Island Spanish, Chicago Calvary, Chicago First,
Chicago Oak Lawn First, Chicago Southside Arabic, Chicago Summit Spanish, and Worth.
West Suburbs- (5 churches) Naperville Trinity, Chicago First Korean, Elgin, Lombard, and West
Chicago (Hispanic).
North and Northwest Suburbs (7 churches and 1 NewStart) –Cristo la Única Esperanza, Mt. Prospect
International, Mundelein, Mundelein Spanish, New Song, North Chicago, Real Life, Waukegan
First, and Waukegan (Hispanic).
City of Chicago (8 churches, 1 multi-site (Chicago First: Austin), 5 missions and 2 CMCs) -- Ch.
Emanuel Spanish, Chicago First (Austin campus), Ch. First Spanish, Ch. Gage Park, Ch.
Ingleside Community, Ch. Northside, Ch. Oak Lawn Arabic, Ch. Uptown Vietnamese, Grace
Fellowship, Missions: Lake View, Lincoln Park, Loop, Mt. Greenwood, West Pullman, CMC:
INTRSCT, CMC: Austin After School Ministries.
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G. DISTRICT CHURCH DIRECTORY
(See Section VIII for Master Contact List)
Aroma Park (Organized 1951) (010-0020)
Location — (Mail: P O Box 75)102 S. Mill St., Aroma Park, IL 60910
(815-937-1141)
Pastor — (LM) (11/1/00) Alberto Quezada (María Lourdes), 107 S. Bridge St. (P O Box 75), Aroma Park,
IL 60910
([email protected], 815-614-3939)
Office Secretary – Yvonne Vazquez
Music Dir. — Yvonne Vazquez
SDMI Supt. — María Quezada
Adult Min. Dir. — Alberto Quezada
Men’s Min. Dir. — Alberto Quezada
Women’s Min. Dir. — María Quezada
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — Yvonne Vázquez
NMI Pres. — Elizabeth Almanza
Church Board Sec. — TBD
Church Treas. — Michelle Thomas
Blue Island (Organized 1943) (010-0040)
Location —12815 Gregory St., Blue Island, IL 60406
(708-385-5965)
Pastor — (OE) (8/01/07) Wesley Mills (Linda), 347 N. Cleveland, Bradley, IL 60915
([email protected], 815-939-7608)
SDMI Supt. — Linda Mills
NMI Pres. — Elsie Wegner
Church Board Sec. — Elsie Wegner
Church Treas. — Inez Metzger
Blue Island Spanish (Organized 1997) (010-0018)
Location —12815 Gregory St., Blue Island, IL 60406
(708-396-1617)
Pastor — (OE) (11/12/95) Sergio Mayorga (Eriberta), 12815 Gregory St., PO Box 755,
Blue Island, IL 60406
([email protected], 708-385-0984)
Office Secretary – Karen Malley
Music Dir. — Sergio Mayorga Jr.
SDMI Supt. — Eriberta Mayorga
Children’s Min. Dir. — Beatriz Cruz
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — Salvador Cruz
NMI Pres. — Herminia Cruz
Church Board Sec. — Karen Malley
Church Treas. — Edmundo Montes
Bradley First (Organized 1950) (010-0050)
Location — (Mail: PO Box 305)195 N Douglas Ave., Bradley, IL 60915
(815-954-7187)
Pastor — (02/03/2014) Desiree Engelkens (James), 20 W. Circle Dr., St. Anne, IL. 60964
([email protected], 815-954-7187)
Music Dir. — Desiree Engelkens
SDMI Supt. — Anita Pippin
Children’s Min. Dir. — Desiree Engelkens
Youth Pastor — Desiree Engelkens
NMI Pres. — Rebecca Hilliker
Church Board Sec. — Karen Fish
Church Treas. — Terry Leathers
Chicago Calvary (Organized 1926) (010-0082)
Location — 5536 131st St., Crestwood, IL 60445
(office: 708-597-6122)
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Pastor — (LM) (12/31/2012) John A. Wright (Deborah), 5531 W. 130 St., Palos Heights, IL 60463
([email protected], 708-371-0625)
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Youth Minister — Rebecca Compton
Music Dir. — Jo Fajardo
SDMI Supt. — Edna Roach
Men’s Min. Dir. — Paul Cash
Women’s Min. Dir. — Sue Cash
Children’s Min. Dir. — Deborah Wright
Prime Time Director — Sharon Erickson
NMI Pres. — Sue Cash
Church Board Sec. — Sue Cash
Church Treas. — Carl Loew
Chicago Ebenezer (Inactive) (010-0088)
Chicago Emanuel Spanish (Organized 1995) (010-0022)
Location — (Mail: 2952 N Kildare, Chicago, IL 60641) 4232 N. California, Chicago, IL 60618
(773-844-4061)
Pastor — (OE) (12/4/94) Pedro Aguilar (Berta), 2952 N. Kildare, Chicago, IL 60641
([email protected], 773-282-3508)
Assoc. Pastor — David Cardenas
Minister of Praise — Marlon Aguilar
Vis. Min. — Demetrio Hernandez
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — Jonathan Campos
NMI Pres. — Evelyn Tzul
SDMI Supt. — Elsa Campos
Adult Min. — Margarita Gamorro
Men's Min. — Edgar Eras
Women's Min. Dir. — Diana Enamorado
Children’s Min. Dir. — Marina Castillo
Church Board Secretary — Rosalinda Sanchez
Church Treasurer — David Cardenas
Chicago First (Organized 1904) (010-0100)
Location — 12725 Bell Rd., Lemont, IL 60439 and 500 N. Laramie, Chicago, IL 60644
(fax: 630-257-8994; office: 708-349-0454)
Pastor — (OE) (7/2/12) Brian D. Wangler (Lindy), 12745 Bell Rd., Lemont, IL 60439
([email protected], 708-349-0454)
Chicago Austin Campus Site Minister — Nate Ledbetter (Melissa)
Executive Pastor — Andy Combs
Connections/Small Group Pastor — Grant Heckman
Minister of Worship (Interim) — Brian Quade
Assoc. Pastor of Children — Jessica Karuchit
Assoc. Pastor of Recreational Ministries — Kyan Glenn
Youth Pastor — David Ludwig
Chaplain and Visitation Pastor — Howard Millhuff
Worship Arts — Jeffrey T. Emmons
SDMI Supt. — John Brown
Adult Ed. Dir. — Robert I. Brown
Prime Time Dir. — Faith McInturff
Men's Min. — Jeff Melvin
Women's Min. Dir. — Amber Quade
NMI Pres. — Shari Potter
NYI President — John Cunningham
Work and Witness — Gerry Lau
Church Board Sec. — Jim Hair
Church Treas. — Bob Bateman
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Chicago First East Indian (Inactive) (010-0097)
Chicago First Filipino (Inactive)
(010-0655)
Chicago First Korean (Organized 1975) (010-0120)
Location — 1435 W Wise Rd., Schaumburg, IL 60193
(630-529-2345)
Pastor — (OE) (03/16/14) Jung-Suk Yang (Se-Kyoung Bae), 1691 S. Green Meadows,
Streamwood, IL 60107
([email protected], 224-231-8978)
Assoc. Minister — Young Min Park
Music Dir. — Yeon Ok Lee
SDMI Supt. — Stela M. Yang
Men's Min. — Hyun Hark Im
Children's Min. Dir. — Christina Park
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — Young Min Park
NMI Pres. — Jung Soon Kim
Church Board Sec. — Woo Yeung Hwang
Church Treas. — Hyo Sook Whang
Chicago First Russian
(Inactive)
(010-0104)
Chicago First Spanish (Organized 1984) (010-0103)
Location — 3909 W North Ave., Chicago, IL 60647
(fax: 773-862-8737; office: 773-862-8734)
Pastor — (OE) (9/15/85) José A. Alfaro (Irma), 229 Nordica Ave., Glenview, IL 60025
([email protected], 773-517-3219)
Assoc. Pastor — Hector E. Alfaro
Assoc. Pastor — Ruth de Leon
Assoc. Pastor – Romina Maldonado
Assoc. Pastor – Rodolfo Pinto
Assoc. Pastor – Edith Pinto
Assoc. Pastor — Nahum Primo
Assoc. Pastor – Oscar Trujillo
Assoc. Pastor – Israel Ramírez
Assoc. Youth Pastor — Enrique Mayen
Office Secretary – Judy Rodríguez
Music Dir. — Alberto Alfaro
Vis. Min. — Gildardo Villegas
SDMI Supt. — Genny Villegas
Men's Min. Dir. — Leo Cazares
Women's Min. Dir. — Irma Alfaro
NMI Pres. — Noemi Garcia
Church Board Sec. — Judy Rodriguez
Church Treas. — Estuardo Mazin
Chicago Gage Park (Organized 2011) (010-0016)
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Location — 2806 W 59 St., Chicago, IL 60629
(office: 773-306-2170)
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Pastor — (OE) (2/14/2011) Ezequiel García (María), 5443 W. 63 PL., Chicago, IL 60638
([email protected], 708-785-1080)
Assoc. Pastor — Edward Peñate
Office Secretary — Paulina Cortez
Music Dir. — Julio García
SDMI Supt. — María Gutiérrez
Men's Min. — Jose Mejia
Women's Min. Dir. — Elfega Salazar
Children's Min. Dir. — María Gutiérrez
Single Adult Min. Dir. — Sergio Hernández
NYI Min. Pres. — Ezequiel García
NMI Pres. — Catherine Peralta
Church Board Sec. — Joceline Peralta
Church Treas. — Paulina Cortez
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Chicago Heights (Organized 1913) (010-0180)
Location — 699 W 8th St., Chicago Heights, IL 60411 (fax: 708-481-3259; office: 708-481-3210)
Pastor — (OE) (3/1/06) W. Randy Dodd (Nancy), 2324 W. Norfolk Rd., Crete, IL 60417
([email protected], 708-308-7089)
Assoc. Pastor of Administration — Don Wilson
Assoc. Pastor of Youth — Jimmy Guffey, Jr.
Assoc. Pastor of Children — Cory Koehn
Assoc. Pastor of Pastoral Care — Thomas Evans
Assoc. Pastor of Young Adults – William Gonzalez
Office Secretary — Diana Hall
Music Dir. — Carlos Lonberger
SDMI Supt. — Jennifer Russo
Childcare/School (Dir./ Principal) — Rhonda Smith
Men’s Min Dir. — Dave Woods
Women’s Min Dir. — Nancy Dodd
Single Adult Min. Dir. — Ruth Plumley
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — William Gonzalez
NMI Pres. — Ken Silvers
Work & Witness Coordinator — Ken Silvers
Church Board Secretary — Bennie Evans
Church Treasurer — Diana Hall
Chicago Ingleside Community (Organized 1950) (010-0110)
Location — 939 E 72nd St., Chicago, IL 60619
(773-451-9980)
Pastor — (LM) (3/1/09) Michael Evans (Tracie), 939 E 72nd St., Chicago, IL 60619
([email protected]; 312-735-8166)
Church Board Sec. — Tracie C. Evans
Church Treas. — Betty M. Middleton
Chicago Lincoln Park Community
(Inactive)
Chicago Mongolian (CTM)
(010-0003)
Chicago Mount Greenwood
(CTM)
(Inactive)
(010-0048)
(010-0140)
Chicago Norridge Arabic (Inactive) (010-0153)
Chicago Norridge Spanish (CTM)
(Inactive)
(010-0017)
Chicago Northside (Organized 1924) (010-0150)
Location — 1900 W Leland Ave., Chicago, IL 60640
(office: 773-728-2404)
Pastor — (OE) (7/01/08) Charles Perabeau (Gayle), 1912 W. Leland, Chicago, IL 60640
([email protected], 773-558-5803)
Music Dir. — Reuben Lillie
SDMI Supt. — Karl Tabor
NYI President — Angie Azouri
NMI President — Pam Tabor
Church Board Sec. — Karl Tabor
Church Board Treas. — TBD
Chicago Oak Lawn Arabic (Organized 1987) (010-0046)
Location — (Mail: 2536 N. Newcastle Ave.)10456 S Kedzie Ave, Chicago, IL 60655(773-517-9304)
Pastor — (OE) (2/1/89) Jamil Qandah (Merya), 2536 N Newcastle Ave., Chicago, IL 60702-2246
([email protected], 773-517-9304)
Office Secretary — Magdi Mosad
Church Board Sec. — TBD
Church Treas. — Sami Al-Dair
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Chicago Oak Lawn First (Organized 1926) (010-0010)
Location — 6343 W 90th Pl., Oak Lawn, IL 60453
(fax: 708-599-1675; office: 708-599-5559)
Pastor — (OE) (6/5/00) Gary E. Aills (Lynda), 6343 W. 90th Pl., Oak Lawn, IL 60453
([email protected], 708-599-5559)
Assoc. Pastor — Jeffrey Robert Grindle
Administrative Assistant — Mary Tlapa
Music Dir. — Ann Blomgren
SDMI Supt. — Debbie Buckingham
Childcare/School (Dir./Principal) — Lynda Aills
Women's Min. Dir. — Lynda Aills
NMI Pres. — Joy Holden
Church Board Sec. — Linda Schalasky
Church Treas. — Linda Schalasky
Chicago Southside Arabic (Organized 1996) (010-0415)
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Location — (Mail: 17111 Odell Ave., Tinley Park, IL 60477) 15500 S. 73 Ave., Orland Park, IL 60462
(office: 708-532-6100)
Pastor — (OE) (5/26/96) Hosny Reyad (Afaf), 17111 Odell Ave., Tinley Park, IL 60477
([email protected], 708-532-6100)
NMI Pres. — Marwan Alnimri
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — Sherif Tekal
Women's Min. Dir. — Afaf Reyad
Children's Min. Dir. — Nana Shokry
Church Board Sec. — Afaf Reyad
Church Treas. — Nady Khalil
Chicago Summit Spanish (Organized 1997) (010-0151)
Location — 7401 W 63rd St., Summit, IL 60501
(fax: 708-325-0500; office: 708-325-9229)
Pastor — (OE) (6/1/98) Gilmar Pineda (Sandra), 7401 W 63rd St., Summit, IL 60501
([email protected], 708-299-7401)
Assoc. Pastor — Sandra P. Pineda
Music Dir. — Joanna Pineda
SDMI Supt. — Sandra P. Pineda
Men’s Min. — Faustino Ramírez
Women’s Min. Dir. — Gloria Corral
Children's Min. Dir. — Sandra P. Pineda
NMI Pres. — Irma Zecena
NYI Pres. — Noé Ramírez
Church Board Secretary — Isabel Miranda
Church Treas. — Isabel Miranda
Chicago Uptown Vietnamese (Organized 1988) (010-0054)
Location — (Mail: 2520 N. Keeler Ave., Chicago, IL 60639-2132)1900 W Leland Ave.,
Chicago, IL 60640
(773-603-9449)
Lay Pastor — (9/23/01) Hoang Van Huynh (Lan Nguyen), 2520 N. Keeler Ave.,
Chicago, IL 60639-2132
(773-603-9449)
SDMI Supt. — Hoang Van Huynh
Children's Min. Dir. — Tran Doan
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — Touhy Huynh
NMI Pres. — Tuyen Le
Church Board Sec. — Lien K. Nguyen
Church Treas. — Uyen Doan
Cristo la Única Esperanza (Organized 2010) (010-0011)
Location — 1640 Geldon Rd., Lindenhurst, IL 60046
(office: 262-716-3912)
Pastor — (LM) (6/26/2010) Eleuterio Dominguez (Franceli), 428 Fielding Ln.,
Round Lake, IL 60073
([email protected], 262-716-3912)
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Music Dir. — Nayeli Dominguez
SDMI Supt. — Roque Albiter
Women’s Min. Dr. — Wendy Vazquez
Children's Min. Dir. — Franceli Dominguez
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — Nayeli Dominguez
Vis. Min. — Roque Albiter
Church Board Sec. — TBD
Church Treas. — TBD
Crystal Lake
(Inactive)
(010-0195)
Danville Cedar Grove (Organized 1952) (010-0200)
Location — 12659 E. 2100 North Rd., Danville, IL 61834
(217-442-8909)
Pastor — (OE) (8/1/2011) William C. Wiggins (Anna Lou), 20202 Rileysburg Rd.,
Danville, IL 61834
([email protected], 217-446-6253)
SDMI Supt. — Karen Grubb
Adult Min. Dir. — Philip Jackson
NMI Pres. — Anna Lou Wiggins
Church Board Sec. — Lucille Frazier
Church Treas. — Fern Makemson
Danville First (Organized 1912) (010-0220)
Location — 2212 N Vermillion St., Danville, IL 61832 (fax: 217-431-8002; office: 217-442-8316)
Pastor — (OE) (12/2/2007) David Anderson (Lori), 101 George Fox Dr., Danville, IL 61832
([email protected], 217-474-8316)
Assoc. Pastor of Worship/Youth — Sarah Chamberlain
Assoc. Pastor of Children — Justin Alger
Assoc. Pastor of S.A.M — Ken Pavlick
Assoc. Pastor — Raymond White
Office Secretary — Brenda Adams
Music Dir. — Sarah Chamberlain
SDMI Supt. — Holli Stipp
Prime Time Dir. — Ken & LaVene Pavlick
Women's Min. Dir. — Linda Carder
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — Lee Chamberlain
NMI Pres. — Kathy Ramsay
Church Board Sec. — Lisa Palinski
Church Treas. — Kathleen Bayles
Danville Northside
(Inactive)
(010-0230)
Danville Southside (Organized 1935) (010-0250)
Location — 1629 King St., Tilton, IL 61833
(fax: 217-446-1317; office: 217-446-7876)
Pastor — (OE) (8/4/2008) Kent Pitcher (Ellen), 3134 Cobblestone Ln., Danville, IL 61832
([email protected], 217-443-4180)
Assoc. Pastor of Worship/Youth — Charles H. Hess
Office Secretaries — Jennifer Gardner and Desiree Rice
Parish Nurse — Connie Reynolds
SDMI Supt. — Steve Remole
Prime Time Dir. — Veda Wilcoxen
Children’s Min Dir. — Laura Ruch
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — Jenny Slider
NMI Pres. — Mary Conrad
Church Board Sec. — Desiree Rice
Church Treas. — Jennifer Gardner
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Danville Westside (Organized 1946) (010-0260)
Location — 403 Vance Ln., Danville, IL 61832
(217-446-0552)
Pastor — (OE) (11/26/01) William W. (Bill) Wright (Marcia), 120 Marlowe Rd.,
Danville, IL 61832
([email protected], 217-442-2431)
Music Dir. — T.W. Cundiff
SDMI Supt. — Kathy Kist-Wilson
Children's Min. Dir. — Judy Kist
NMI Pres. — Marcia Wright
Church Board Sec. — Kathy Kist-Wilson
Church Treas. — Kathy Kist-Wilson
Elgin (Organized 1924) (010-0290)
Location — 1470 Summit Ave., Elgin, IL 60120
(fax: 847-888-3459; office: 847-888-3795)
Pastor — (OE) (12/30/13) Daniel Taylor (Evangeline), 12N171 Berner Dr., Elgin, IL 60120
([email protected], 224-578-4761)
Laotian Min. Pastor — Sisouphanh "James" Ratthahao
Office Secretary — Rhonda Sarver
SDMI Supt. — Cheryl Gross
Women's Min. Dir. — Jennie Clark
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — Rhonda Sarver
NMI Pres. — Kathy Meyer
Church Board Sec. — Teresa Sims
Church Treas. — Karen Berry
Gilman (Organized 1946) (010-0320)
Location — 219 S Central St., Gilman, IL 60938
(fax: 815-265-4957; office: 815-265-4567)
Pastor — (OE) (6/23/2008) Paul Caldwell (Kathy), 600 N. Colfax, Crescent City, IL 60928
([email protected], 815-683-2167)
Office Secretary — Kathy Caldwell
SDMI Supt. — John Story Sr.
Assoc. Pastor and Prime Time Dir. — John Story,Sr.
Men’s Min. Dir. — Paul Caldwell
Women's Min. Dir. — Kathy Caldwell
Children's Min. Dir. — Mary Ann Norton
CLT Dir. — Paul Caldwell
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — Ray Smith
NMI Pres. — Kathy Caldwell
Church Board Sec. — Jeanna Robinson
Church Treas. — Michael Robinson
Grace Fellowship (Organized 2007) (010-0002)
Location — 6524 N. Bosworth Ave., Chicago, IL 60626
(920-629-0461)
Pastor — (OE) (2013) Ryan Hansen (Karen), 6524 N. Bosworth Ave., Chicago, IL 60626
([email protected], 920-629-0461)
SDMI Supt. — Karen Hansen
NYI Pres. — Trent Charles
NMI Pres. — Ranea Surbrook
Church Board Sec. — Jeanne Charles
Church Treas. — Jordan Bley
Hoopeston Community (Organized 2003) (010-0345)
Location — 402 E. Honeywell, Hoopeston, IL 60942
(Office: 217-283-9771)
Pastor — (OE) (7/1/10) Jeffrey C. Alexander (Hanna), 609 W Lincoln St., Hoopeston, IL 60942
([email protected], 217-772-3733)
SDMI Supt. — Carrie Stimson
NYI Pres. — Dean Cloud
NMI Pres. — Phyllis Busenbark
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Church Board Sec. — Buck Stimson
Church Treas. — Carrie Stimson
House of Prayer Ministries (Organized 2005) (010-0691)
Location — 480 Lakewood Blvd. Park Forest, IL 60486
(Fax: 708-283-9704; Office 708-283-9700)
Lay Pastor — (6/12/2005) Victor M. Walker (Linda), 1873 Claire Dr. Bourbannais, IL 60914
([email protected], 815-802-0882)
Assoc. Minister — Felix Simpkins
Assoc. Minister of Youth — Latisha Henderson
Music Dir. — Victor Baker
Vis. Min. — Daryl Strong
SDMI Supt. — Odessa Williams
Adult Min. Dir. — Tamika Mason
Men’s Min. Dir. — Nathaniel Smith
Women’s Min. Dir. — Sharon Jones
Single Adult Min. Dir. — Machelle Branch
Children’s Min. Dir. — Dawn Davis
NMI Pres. —Lari Gordon
Work & Witness Coord. — Danniel King
Church Board Sec. — Ronald Jones
Church Treas. — Latreese Bragg
Joliet Crystal Lawns (Organized 1967) (010-0365)
Location — 2424 Caton Farm Rd., Joliet, IL 60435
(office: 815-436-3380)
Pastor — (OE) (7/2011) David R. Becker (Cathy), 1162 S. Elm Ave., Kankakee, IL 60901
([email protected], 815-295-7294)
Assoc. Pastor — Joseph Cash
Music Dir. — Cameron Frye
SDMI Supt. — Sheila McGee
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — Janae Lemmert
NMI Pres. — Alice Goodwin
Church Board Sec. — Janae Lemmert
Church Treas. — April Barnes
Joliet First (Organized 1923) (010-0360)
Location — 1009 S Briggs St., Joliet, IL 60433
(fax: 815-726-1029; office: 815-726-5426)
Pastor — (OE) (3/8/98) Michael W. Day (Ruth), 2438 Erskine Rd., Joliet, IL 60433
([email protected], 815-723-8352)
Assoc. Pastor of Children — Aaron Gall
Assoc. Pastor of Outreach and Sports Ministry — David Diveley Sr.
Office Secretary — Ruth Day
Music Dir. — Genie Marklund
SDMI Supt. — Woody Karr
Adult Min. Dir. — David Diveley Sr.
Women's Min. Dir. — Ruth Day
NYI Pres. — Tara Price
NMI Pres. — Genie Marklund
Work & Witness Coord. — Michael W. Day
Church Board Sec. — Dan Eaton
Church Treas. — George Murdaugh
Kankakee College (Organized 1940) (010-0370)
Location — 200 University Ave. and 897 W 6000 N Rd., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(fax: 815-933-7396; office: 815-933-7749)
Pastor — Pastor — (OE) Brian E. Wilson (Interim) (Joan), 1111 N. Wells St., Suite 305 Chicago, IL 60610
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([email protected], 312-255-0151)
University Pastor & Interim North Campus Pastor — Matt Smith
Pastor of Congregational Care — Deborah Bell
Pastor to Families with Children — Ellen Steward
Pastor of Sr. High Ministries — Dane Mathews
Assoc. Pastor – Tanner Griffin
Assoc. Pastor – Dustin Hogan
Assoc. Pastor – Craig Manes
Assoc. Pastor – Tyler Sauer
University Campus Children’s Dir. — Sherry Mitchell
NMI Pres. — Rebecca Belcher-Rankin
Church Board Sec. — Paul Snellenberger
Church Treas. — Deb Maw
Kankakee Eastridge (Organized 1945) (010-0380)
Location — (Mail: P.O. Box 982, Bourbonnais, IL 60914)2679 E. Court St., Kankakee, IL 60901
(fax: 815-932-9413; office: 815-932-9413)
Pastor — (OE) (6/4/98) Gregory L. Chambers (Marcella), 290 Windermere Way,
Bourbonnais, IL 60914
([email protected], 815-258-4776)
Assoc. Pastor — Marcella L. Chambers
Assoc. Pastor — Matthew R. Elless
Christian Education Dir. — Marcella L. Chambers
Children's Min. Dir. — Karen Boerhnsen
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — Tanner Garner
NMI Pres. — Ann Stephenson
Church Board Sec. — Carol George
Church Treas. — Melton Green
Kankakee First (Organized 1935) (010-0390)
Location — 1000 N. Entrance Ave., Kankakee, IL 60901(fax: 815-933-7388; office: 815-933-1000)
Pastor — (OE) (8/14/00) Edward H. Heck (Kathleen), 524 Olde Oak Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
([email protected], 815-936-6369)
Exec. Pastor of Family Life Ministries — Cindi Schimmelpfennig
Assist. Pastor of Family Life Min. — Leon M. Blanchette
Assist. Pastor of Family Life Min. — Brent Norman
Assist. Pastor of Family Life Min. — Tina Burton
Assoc. Pastor of Hispanic Ministries — Wilfredo Canales
Assoc. Pastor of Worship Arts — Sharon Norman
Assoc. Pastor of Children’s Min. — Debbie Reiniche
Assist. Pastor of Children’s Min. — John Reiniche
Assoc. Pastor of Youth Min. — Brandon Carter
Assoc. Pastor of Instrumental Dir. — Don Reddick
Assist. Pastor of Nursing Home Min. – Duane Haskins
SDMI Supt. — Mark Forgrave
Prime Time Dir. — Joy Long
Men’s Min. Dir. — Kevin Scouten
Women's Min. Dir. — Chardell Smallwood
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — Mike Love
NMI Pres. — Amanda McDonald
Church Board Sec. — Tom Cooke
Church Treas. — Tim Schweigert
Kankakee Westbrook (Organized 1970) (010-0407)
Location — 900 W. Jeffery, Kankakee, IL 60901
(office: 815-939-7291)
Pastor — (OE) (8/20/00) Todd W. Peeler (Nancy), 1131 S. 8th, Kankakee, IL 60901
([email protected]; (815-932-3557)
Music Dir. — Kenny Oathout
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Adult Min. Dir. — Don Sexton
Children's Min. Dir. — Mandie Mansfield
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — Robert Mansfield
NMI Pres. — Sandy Godwin
Church Board Sec. — Robert Mansfield
Church Treas. —Marcia Wood
Kankakee Wildwood (Organized 1949) (010-0400)
Location — 425 E Court St., Kankakee, IL 60901
(815-933-2443)
Pastor — (OE) (3/4/12) Carl Leth (Nancy), 877 S. Chicago Ave., Kankakee, IL 60901
([email protected], 815-936-1590)
Assoc. Pastor– Kevin Hatcher
SDMI Supt. — Hany Girgis
Women's Min. Dir. — Debra Noble
Children's Min. Dir. — Anne Marie Hatcher
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — Bianca Baptiste
NMI Pres. — Genevieve Arnold
Church Board Sec. — Cheryl Seymour
Church Treas. — Debra Noble
Kempton (Organized 1953) (010-0410)
Location — (Mail: P.O. Box 98) 105 E. Main St, Kempton, IL 60946
(815-253-6250)
Pastor — (OE) (3/19/98) John Mohler (Karen), P.O. Box 2, Kempton, IL 60946
([email protected], 815-253-6250)
Assoc. Minister of Youth — Andrew Holmgren
SDMI Supt. — Savilla Smith
Women's Min. Dir. — Karen Mohler
NMI Pres. — Andrew Holmgren
Church Board Sec. — Savilla Smith
Church Treas. — Andrew Holmgren
Korean Naperville
(Inactive)
(010-0006)
Lighthouse Community (Organized 1952) (010-0420)
Location — 17500 Lighthouse Lane, Lansing, IL 60438
(708-474-9045)
Pastor — (LM) (9/1/2008) Kevin Gardner (Valerie), 9591 E. Oakridge Dr., St. John, IN 46373
([email protected], 708-474-9045)
Assoc. Minister — Michael Carey
Assoc. Minister of Youth — Shawnn Cooper
Office Secretary — Julie Shrader
Music Dir. — Vernon Smith
SDMI Supt. — Valerie Gardner
Men's Min. Dir. — Andrew Fejes
Women's Min. Dir. — Sharon Carey
NMI Pres. — Lana Vanagasem
Church Board Sec. — Julie Shrader
Treas. — Sharon Krestel
Limestone Community (Organized 1958) (010-0429)
Location — (Mail: P.O. Box 452, Herscher, IL 60941) 863 N. 500 W. Rd., Kankakee, IL 60901(815-9335288)
Pastor — (OE) Frank Garton (Interim), 198 Esther Cir., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
([email protected], 815-932-5120)
Assoc. Pastor of Youth and Men’s Min.. — Michael Pierson
Music Dir. — Susie Enfield
SDMI Supt. — Sue Dunnill
Women's Min. Dir. — Jodi Klinger
Prime Time Dir. — Carol Bauer
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NMI Pres. — Keith Simon
Church Board Sec. — Donelle Luhman
Church Treas. — Kevin Klinger
Lincoln Park (CTM) (010-0019)
Location — 932 W. Willow St., Chicago, IL 60614
(773-456-7656)
Co-Pastor —
(LM) (9/1/12) Lauren D. Seaman (Kourtney), 932 W. Willow St., Chicago, IL 60614
([email protected], 773-456-7656)
(OE) (9/1/12) Derek J. Diehl (Ketley), 2118 N. Clark St. #2, Chicago, IL 60614
([email protected], 810-569-3962)
Living Water (Organized 2010) (010-0001)
Location — (Mail: P.O. Box 25) 508 West Illinois Ave., Morris, IL 60450
(815-942-2000)
Pastor — (OE) (5/1/2007) Steven Cook (MaryAnn), 22959 S. Frances Way,
Channahon, IL 60410
([email protected], cell: 815-252-4744)
Assoc. Pastor of Children — Ashley Cook
Music Dir. — Jill Edwards
SDMI Supt. — Kelly Valentine
Men’s Min. Dir. — Ken Medows
Women’s Min. Dir. — Kelly Valentine
NYI Pres. — Kevin Cook
NMI Pres. — Daumont Valentine
Work & Witness Coord. — Ken Medows
Church Board Secretary — Jacquelin Valentine
Church Treas. — Mary Medows
Lombard (Organized 1955) (010-0430)
Location — 536 N Rte 53, Lombard, IL 60148
(fax: 630-627-2833; office: 630-627-9444)
Pastor — (OE) (9/17/96) Jerry N. Bimber (Kathleen), 519 E Maple St., Lombard, IL 60148
([email protected], 630-627-4962)
Assoc. Pastor — Jennifer Jensen
Office Secretary — Lori Kachlic
Music Dir. — Beth Brown
Vis. Min. — Wayne Rethford
SDMI Supt. — Lily Weber
Men's Min. Dir. — Joe Cassidy
Women's Min. Dir. — Lori Kachlic
Single Adult Min. Dir. — Katie Atkins
Children's Min. Dir. — Sandi Hill
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — Scott Vanzee
NMI Pres. — Carolyn Klein
Church Board Sec. — Pam Donovan
Church Treas. — Rich Hill
Manteno (Organized 1961) (010-0435)
Location — (Mail: P O Box 698) 698 N Locust St., Manteno, IL 60950-0698
(fax: 815-468-9420; office: 815-468-8946)
Pastor — (OE) (7/15/85) John T. McCormick (LeAnn), 255 S. Poplar St., Manteno, IL 60950
([email protected], 815-468-8231)
Worship Pastor — Susan Armstrong
Children’s Pastor — Bekah Bowman
Youth Pastor — Ken Garner
Assist. Sr. High Pastor – Aaron Florian
Assist. Jr. High Pastor – Jon Croft
Assist. Young Adult Pastor – Scott Sargent
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Office Secretary — Martha Krueger
SDMI Supt. — Tim VanSwol
Men’s Min. Dir. — Frank Snoreck
Women's Min. Dir. — Melody Grimm
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — Heather Day
NMI Pres. — Ricia Harders
W & W Coordinator — Thomas Nothstine
Church Board Sec. — Sharon Bellomy
Church Treas. — Mike Stroud
Milford (Organized 1935) (010-0440)
Location — (Mail: P.O. Box 218) 20 Axtel, Milford, IL 60953-1271
(217-386-2814)
Pastor — (OE) (3/2/03) Robert G. Killion (Shirley), 354 North 000 East Rd., Loda, IL 60948
(b[email protected], 217-249-2814)
SDMI Supt. — Rodney Schroeder
NMI Pres. — Shirley L. Killion
Church Board Sec. — Natalie Hawthorne
Church Treas. — Natalie Hawthorne
Momence First (Organized 1939) (010-0450)
Location — 226 W Fifth, Momence, IL 60954
(815-472-4654)
Pastor — (OE) (11/2010) Brandon E. Hird (Jillian), 220 W. 5th, Momence, IL 60954
([email protected], 708-497-0430)
SDMI Supt. — Jillian Hird
Prime Time Dir. — Ada Gross
Adult Min. Dir. — Donna Hamilton
Children's Min. Dir. — Jillian Hird
NMI Pres. — Donna Hamilton
Church Board Sec. — Ada Gross
Church Treas. — Mary Coulter
Mount Prospect (Inactive) (010-0270)
Mount Prospect International (Organized 2003) (010-0461)
Location — 1501 S. Linneman Rd., Mount Prospect, IL 60056 (www.mpicon.org; 847-437-6335)
Co-Pastors —
Hispanic Ministries and Lead Pastor- (LM) (1/5/2011) Edy de León (Licet), 801 W. Huntington
Commons Rd., Mount Prospect, IL 60056
([email protected], 224-633-8709)
Korean Ministries- (OE) (6/1/2003) Young C. Kim, 1822 W. Thornwood Ln., Mount Prospect, IL
60056
([email protected], 847-366-2069)
Assoc. Pastor — Licet de León
Music Dir. — Rolando Martínez,
SDMI Supt. — Jesús Armendaris
Children's Min. Dir. — Licet de León
NYI Pres. — Juan Daniel Ortega
NMI Pres. — Olga Lopez
W & W Coordinator — Hipolito Ramirez
Church Board Sec. — Frida Palacios
Church Treasurer — Nely Noguera
Mundelein (Organized 1954) (010-0470)
Location — 1515 W Maple/Rte. 176, Mundelein, IL 60060(fax: 847-949-1447; office: 847-949-1440)
Pastor — (OE) (06/01/04) Douglas Ward (Michelle), 1109 S. Naperville Rd., Wheaton, IL 60189
([email protected], 630-682-0372)
Assoc. Pastor of Youth – Robbie Cansler
Assoc. Pastor of Children — Kurt Flemming
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Office Secretary — Mary Rader
Music Dir. — Libby Ottinger
SDMI Supt. — Carol Sternal
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — John Ottinger
NMI Pres. — Marlene Kochersperger
Church Board Sec. — Terry Kochersperger,
Church Treas. — Emmit Lehman
Mundelein Spanish (Organized 1988) (010-0272)
Location — (Mail: 133 W Courtland St.) 1515 W. Maple Ave., Mundelein, IL 60060 (847-393-7090)
Pastor — (OE) (5/17/88) Jeronimo Gutierrez (Mayda), 133 W. Courtland St, Mundelein, IL 60060
([email protected], 847-393-7090)
Assoc. Pastor — Rita García
Assoc. Pastor— Enrique García
Office Secretary — Eunice Cordova
Music Dir. — Alex de Leon
SDMI Supt. — Julieta Schaad
Men's Min. Dir. — Eduardo Alanso
Women's Min. Dir. — Maria Lagunas
Children's Min. Dir. — Rene Garcia
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — Luis Mendez
NMI Pres. — Rita García
Church Board Sec. — Eunice Cordova
Church Treas. — Martha Ochoa
Naperville Trinity (Organized 1940) (010-0480)
Location — 1451 Raymond Dr., Naperville, IL 60563
(fax: 630-778-0331; office: 630-778-0328)
Pastor — (OE) (1/30/2012) Steven Spangenberg (Caley), 828 Alamosa Ct., Naperville, IL 60565
([email protected], 815-546-7274)
Senior Assoc. Pastor — Herb Ireland
Assoc. Minister of Assimilation — Anthony Steffens
Teaching & Church Planting Pastor — Tara Beth Leach
Assoc. Minister of Children — Sally Tuxhorn
Youth Minister – Xavier Graves
Office Secretary — Michelle Memenga
Music Dir. — Darren Johnson
Vis. Min. — Daniel Heath
SDMI Supt. — Dwight Heinrich
Chr. Ed. (Dir./Min.) — Cathy Poliak
Men's Min. Dir. — J. C. Reveles
Women's Min. Dir. — Anne Heinrich
Prime Time Dir. — Shirley Jones
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — Dan Coughlan
NMI Pres. — Cathy Poliak
W & W Coordinator — Carla Lovett
Church Board Sec. — Dwight Heinrich
Church Treas. — Steve Berchem
New Horizons (Inactive)
New Lenox
(010-0316)
(Inactive) (010-0485)
New Song (CTM) (010-0012)
Location — 4256 N. Oriole Ave., Norridge, IL 60706
(847-412-8541)
Pastor — (OE) (6/20/2010) Dae Haeng Hur (Jee), 2 N. Stevenson Ln., Mt. Prospect, IL 60056
([email protected], 847-942-2915)
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North Chicago (Organized 1996) (010-0105)
Location — 2044 Seymour Ave., North Chicago, IL 60064
Pastor — Pastor — (OE) Brian E. Wilson (Interim) (Joan), 1111 N. Wells St., Suite 305 Chicago, IL 60610
([email protected], 312-255-0151)
Assoc. Pastor — Carlos Bran
SDMI Supt. — Mabely Escobar
NMI Pres. — Mayra Duarte
Church Board Sec. — TBD
Church Treas. — Martha Gnaedinger
Paxton (Organized 1943) (010-0500)
Location — 302 W State St., Paxton, IL 60957
(217-379-9117)
Pastor — (OE) (7/12/09) Michael G. Fisk (Karen), 1300 Dearborn St., Joliet, IL 60435
([email protected], 815-263-5707)
SDMI Supt. — James Foster
NMI Pres. — Rose Lindgren
Church Board Sec. — Bob Lindgren
Church Treas. — Charlotte Bowen
Potomac (Organized 1941) (010-0610)
Location —206 E. State St., Potomac, IL 61865
(fax: 217-987-6574; office: 217-987-6574)
Pastor — (OE) (1/17/10) Randall Holden (Nancy), 106 E. North St., Potomac, IL 61865
([email protected], 217-799-6909)
Assoc. Pastor of Family Ministries — Allison Gregory
Music Dir. — Stan & Mary Remole
SDMI Supt. — Carol Powell
Prime Time Dir. — Frank Laci
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — Valerie Birge
NMI Pres. — Elaine Norman
Church Board Sec. — Cheryl Nicholson
Church Treas. — Mary Edenburn
Real Life (Organized 2006) (010-0692)
Location — 531 Devonshire Ln., Crystal Lake, IL 60014 (fax: 847-897-9549; office: 815-459-7578)
Pastor — (OE) (7/13/14) Nathan Bargo (Diane), 529 Devonshire Lane, Crystal Lake, IL. 60014
([email protected], 903-573-5648)
Assoc. Pastor of Christian Ed. — Cynthia Grieb
Assoc. Pastor — Robert Adams
Office Secretary — Barbara Hegreberg
Music Dir. — Paul Trotter
SDMI Supt. — TBD
Children’s Min. Dir. — Tanett Hodge
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — Eric Stecks
NMI Pres. — Marianne Versaw
Church Board Secretary — Barbara Hegreberg
Church Treas. — Jose Pena
Schaumburg Korean
(Inactive)
(010-0293)
Sheldon (Organized 1950) (010-0640)
Location — (Mail: P.O. Box 187) 335 W. Center, Sheldon, IL 60966
(815-295-6572)
Pastor — (OE) (8/5/85) Debora L. Ferch White (Eldon), P.O. Box 187, Sheldon, IL 60966-0187
([email protected], 815-429-6061)
Lay Assoc. Pastor — Adam Cruea
SDMI Supt. — Eldon White
Church Board Sec. — Sarah McDaniel
Church Treas. — Robert Lawson
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Suburban Community
(Inactive)
(010-0030)
Waukegan First (Organized 1938) (010-0670)
Location — 3132 N McAree, Waukegan, IL 60087-2021
(office: 847-662-5593)
Pastor — (OE) (4/1/92) Jerry W. Harris (Claudia Sue), 3130 N McAree, Waukegan, IL 60087
([email protected], 847-662-5593)
SDMI Supt. — C. Sue Harris
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — Christina Fischer
NMI Pres. — Bonnie Moyer
Church Board Sec. — Bonnie Moyer
Church Treas. — TBA
West Chicago (Organized 1998) (010-0678)
Location — (Mail: 219 Parker St., Apt. 201) 464 Ann St., West Chicago, IL 60185 (630-621-2056)
Pastor — (OE) (10/4/98) Enrique Polanco (Gloria), 219 Parker St., Apt 201,
West Chicago, IL 60185
([email protected], 630-621-2056)
Office Secretary — Vanessa Polanco
Music Dir. — Byron Polanco
Visitation Min. — Rosanita Grajeda
Women's Min. Dir. — Gloria Polanco
Children's Min. Dir. — Josselyn Gonzalez
NMI Pres. — Berta Dominguez
Church Board Sec. — TBD
Church Treas. — TBD
Wilmington First (Organized 1945) (010-0680)
Location — 303 S Kankakee St., Wilmington, IL 60481 (fax: 815-926-7628 office: 815-476-4673)
Pastor — (OE) (6/1/02) William T. Luttrell (Rora), 250 S. Washington, Braidwood, IL 60408
([email protected], 815-458-2006)
Music Dir. — Matthew Calhoun
SDMI Supt. — Roger Calhoun
Children’s Min. Dir. — Rebecca Calhoun
NYI Min. Dir./Pres. — Matthew Calhoun
NMI Pres. — Megan Luttrell
Church Board Sec. — Christopher Luttrell
Church Treas. — Betty Calhoun
Worth (Organized 1956) (010-0690)
Location — 6825 W. 112th St., Worth, IL 60482
(708-448-8981)
Lay Pastor — (8/1/96) Leonard T. Martz (Esther), 6823 W 112th St., Worth, IL 60482
([email protected], 708-448-8981)
SDMI Supt. — David Martz
NMI Pres. — Marjorie Carstensen
Church Board Sec. — Elaine Ruple
Church Treas. — David Martz
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MINISTERIAL ROLL
Role Code
Key: Date is year ordained or recognized
( ) — Church Membership
CED — Christian Education Minister
CHP — Chaplain
DA — District Assignment
DIA — District Interim Assigned
DS — District Superintendent
EDU — Education
ESR — Evangelism Service, Retired
EVC — Evangelist, Commissioned
EVR — Evangelist, Registered
EVT — Evangelist, Tenured
GA — General Church Assignment
GS — General Superintendent
MIS — Missionary
PAS — Pastor (Including CTMs)
PSV-FT — Pastoral Service, Full-time (Associate Minister)
PSV-PT — Pastoral Service, Part-time (Associate Minister)
RA — Retired, Assigned
RU — Retired, Unassigned
SEC — Song Evangelist, Commissioned
SER — Song Evangelist, Registered
SPC — Special Service/Interdenominational
STU — Student
TRF — In process of Transfer
U — Unassigned
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H. ORDAINED ELDERS
1978
1999
1989
2014
2012
1974
1985
1983
2010
1985
2003
1981
1976
1985
1994
2010
1993
1949
1977
1983
1967
1979
1982
2010
2011
2005
2013
RA
Adams, Leon L. 217 S. McGuire Dr., Manteno, IL 60950
(Manteno)
(815-953-3435)
PAS
Aguilar, Pedro, 2952 N. Kildare, Chicago, IL 60641
(Chicago Emanuel Spanish)
(773-282-3508)
PAS
Aills, Gary, 6343 W. 90th Pl., Oak Lawn, IL 60453
(Chicago Oak Lawn First)
(708-599-7444)
PAS
Alexander, Jeffrey C., 609 W. Lincoln St., Hoopeston, IL 60942
(Hoopeston Community)
(217-772-3733)
PSV-FT
Alfaro, Hector E., 4148 N. Mozart, Chicago, IL 60618
(Chicago First Spanish)
(773-992-7307)
PAS
Alfaro, José A., 229 Nordica Ave., Glenview, IL 60025
(Chicago First Spanish)
(847-515-6290)
PAS
Anderson, David E., 101 George Fox Drive, Danville, IL 61832
(Danville First)
(217-443-6105)
U
Anderson, Robert A., 440 S. Enos, Kankakee, IL 60901
(Kankakee College)
(815-929-0174)
PSV-FT
Armstrong, Susan C., 20 Elmwood Dr., Kankakee, IL 60901
(Manteno)
(815-263-2685)
PAS/SPC
Becker, David R., 1162 S. Elm Ave., Kankakee, IL 60901
(Kankakee First)
(815-295-7294)
PSV-FT
Bell, Deborah Jean, 55 Castle Coombe Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(815-939-0130)
RA
Bell, William, 55 Castle Coombe Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(815-939-0130)
SPC
Bellomy, Donald R., 391 Drummond Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914-1811
(Manteno)
(815-933-7801)
EDU/ EVR
Benson, Michael W., 97 Sugar Loaf Turn, Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(615-830-9000)
PAS
Bimber, Jerry N., 519 E Maple St., Lombard, IL 60148
(Lombard)
(630-627-4962)
SPC
Bjorling, Elizabeth, T-124, 2065 Half Day Rd., Deerfield, IL 60015
(Kankakee College)
(309-883-0147)
EDU/PSV-PT Blanchette, Leon M., 371 N. Michigan Ave., Bradley, IL 60915
(Kankakee First)
(815-922-9741)
RA/DA
Bloom, Norman W., Elim Shores- 7900 Timber Lake Dr.#214,
Eden Prairie, MN 55347 (Kankakee College)
(952-738-2600)
EDU
Bowling, John C., One University Ave., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(815-939-1414)
SPC
Braaten, Laurie J., PO Box 4, Belden, CA 95915
(Elgin)
(530-616-0136)
RA
Branson, Robert D., 6377 S. Cabriolet Way, Pendleton, IN 46064
(Kankakee College)
(765-778-4101)
SPC
Bray, William, 5727 Uncompahgre St., Colorado Springs, CO 80923
(Kankakee College)
(719-641-5188)
U
Brooks, Grover, 11 Quartermaster, Salem SC 29676
(Kankakee College)
(864-719-0055)
PSV-PT
Brown, Robert I., 137 Sycamore Dr., Bolingbrook, IL 60490
(Chicago First)
(630-759-0990)
PAS
Caldwell, Paul W., 600 N. Colfax, Crescent City, IL 60928
(Gilman First)
(815-683-2167)
PSV-PT/DA/EDU Canales, Wilfredo, 220 E. Munroe St., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee First)
(815-935-0524)
PSV-FT
Cansler, Roberta L., 714 Longfellow Ln., Mundelein, IL 60060
(Mundelein)
(708-625-8197)
23
1978
PAS
2008
PSV-FT
2007
SPC
2009
RA
2002
CHP
1993
PSV-FT
2011
PAS
1993
1976
1988
GA
U
EDU
1990
CHP
1982
EDU
1995
PAS
2004
PSV-PT
1977
U
2014
PAS
1981
U
1990
PAS
1985
U
2005
U
2008
CHP
1997
SPC
2008
PAS
1981
RA
1965
RA
2013
PAS
1991
RU
2000
U
2011
PAS
Chambers, Gregory L., 290 Windermere Way, Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee Eastridge)
(815-933-9831)
Chambers, Marcella, 290 Windermere Way, Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee Eastridge)
(815-258-9455)
Clark, David William, 1707 S. Newberry, Chicago, IL 60608
(Grace Fellowship)
(312-547-9357)
Cleare, Samuel O., 721 Edwin Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(815-933-5091)
Collins, Marsha, 147 S. Walnut, Manteno, IL 60950
(Manteno)
(815-922-4766)
Combs, Hugh A. (Andy), 14542 S. Mustang Dr., Homer Glen, IL 60491
(Chicago First)
(708-301-9168)
Cook, Steven D., 22959 S. Frances Way, Channahon, IL 60410
(Living Water)
(815-252-4744)
Cordova, Ruth Irene
Cox, Carlson R. 837 S. McKinley Ave., Kankakee, IL 60901
Crocker, Dennis J., 905 Percy Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(815-939-5103)
Crombar, Craig, 1088 W. Walnut, Kankakee, IL 60901
(Kankakee College)
(815-922-0254)
Dalton, Ron, 1454 Westminster Lane, Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee First)
(815-933-4537)
Day, Michael W., 2438 Erskine Rd, Joliet, IL 60433
(Joliet First)
(815-723-8352)
De Leon, Ruth Elizabeth, 4141 N. Kedvale Apt. 2D, Chicago, IL 60641
(Chicago First Spanish)
(773-647-4131)
Dickson, J. Wade, 752 N.W. Holcomb, Mundelein, IL 60060
(Mundelein)
(847-837-1828)
Diehl, Derek J., 2118 N. Clark St. #2, Chicago, IL 60614
(Lincoln Park)
(810-569-3962)
st
Dilbeck, Dennis, 6330 51 Ave., Kenosha, WI 53412
(Kankakee Wildwood)
(615-753-1387)
Dodd, W. Randy, 2324 W. Norfolk Rd., Crete, IL 60417
(Chicago Heights)
(708-481-3210)
Dodds, Jon, 1477 W. Station St., Kankakee, IL 60901
(Kankakee College)
(815-935-5053)
Dorries, Phillip, 1126 N. Bush, Kankakee, IL 60901
(Limestone Community)
(815-932-4070)
Easton, Christopher S. 301 S. Stewart Street, Danville, IL 61832
(Danville First)
(217-775-7595)
Enfield, Jeffery Wayne, 4806 W. Doris Dr., Kankakee, IL 60901
(Limestone Community)
(815-935-9927)
Engelkens, Desiree, 20 W. Circle Dr., St. Anne, IL 60964
(Bradley First)
(815-954-7187)
Farber, James, 941 E. Washington St., Morris, IL 60450
(Wilmington)
(815-942-2816)
Fisher, Ralph W., 6556 S. Coldwater Rd., Blanchard, MI 49310
(Living Water)
(989-561-5775)
Fisk, Michael G., 1300 Dearborn St., Joliet, IL 60435
(Paxton)
(815-263-5707)
Foster, Roy E., 710 Westwood Drive, Catlin, IL 61817
(Paxton)
(217-427-5648)
Gaikwad, Sunil, 1112 Williams Ave., Deerfield, IL 60015
(Chicago First)
(708-261-8844)
rd
Garcia, Ezequiel, 5443 W. 63 Pl., Chicago, IL 60638
(Chicago Gage Park)
(708-785-1080)
24
2008
U
2007
U
1994
PSV-FT
2009
EDU
1965
RA/DA
1996
SPC
2014
PSV-FT
2001
PAS
2012
PAS
1985
U
1979
PAS
1974
PSV-PT
1982
PAS
2010
PSV-PT
1966
U
2011
PAS
1990
EDU/CHP
2008
PAS
2010
PAS
1972
RA/PSV-PT
1945
RA
1973
CHP
1966
RA/PAS
1981
RA
1999
PAS
1964
RA
1971
RA
1988
U
Garcia, Juan, 4177 W. Nelson St., # 1, Chicago, IL 60641
(Chicago Ebenezer)
(773-276-3792)
Garcia, Juan Carlos, 1528 Meyer St., Elgin, IL 60123
(Elgin)
(847-483-4752)
Garner, Kenneth J., 698 N. Locust St., Mateno, IL 60950
(Manteno)
(517-740-0406)
Garner, Teresa Beth, 698 N. Locust St., Mateno, IL 60950
(Manteno)
(517-740-7174)
Garton, Franklin D., 198 Esther Cir., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(815-932-5120)
Gerstenberger, Gary D., 53 Briarcliff Ln., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee First)
(317-508-1096)
th
Glenn, Kyan R., 7938 W. 90 St., Apt. 3E, Hickory Hills, IL 60457
(Chicago First)
(815-209-6695)
Gutierrez, Jeronimo, 133 W Courtland St., Mundelein, IL 60060
(Mundelein Spanish)
(847-970-6280)
Hansen, Ryan Leif, 6524 N. Bosworth Ave., Apt. #2, Chicago, IL 60626
(Grace Fellowship)
(920-629-0461)
Harris, James I., 220 Hauser Ct., New Lenox, IL 60451
(Chicago First)
(815-485-8916)
Harris, Jerry W., 3130 N. McAree, Waukegan, IL 60087
(Waukegan First)
(847-662-5593)
Haskins, Duane, 568 Fraser Ave., Kankakee, IL 60901
(Kankakee First)
(815-932-2326)
Heck, Edward H., 524 Olde Oak Dr.,Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee First)
(815-936-6369)
Hess, Charles H., 721 Sherman, Danville, IL 61832
(Danville Southside)
(217-497-8073)
Hindmand, Lawrence W., 9625 Mason Ave., Oak Lawn, IL 60453
(Chicago First)
(708-857-4770)
Hird, Brandon E., 220 W. Fifth St., Momence, IL 60954
(Momence First)
(708-497-0430)
Holcomb, Mark, 1311 Sioux Turn, Kankakee, IL 60901
(Manteno)
(815-216-6096)
Holden, Randall, 106 E. North St., Potomac, IL 61865
(Potomac)
(217-304-3140)
Hur, Dae Haeng, 2 N. Stevenson Ln., Mt. Prospect, IL 60056
(New Song)
(847-412-8541)
Ireland, Herbert G., 429 W. Evergreen St., Wheaton, IL 60187
(Naperville Trinity)
(630-580-5567)
Joplin, Elmer, 494 Eugene Drive, Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee First)
(815-932-8495)
Kaufman, Duane B., PO Box 123, Seneca, IL 61360
(Kankakee First)
(815-357-6145)
Killion, Robert G., 354 N 000 E Rd., Loda, IL 60948
(Milford)
(217-386-2814)
Kim, Choong Shin, 2830 Effingham Ct., Schaumburg, IL 60193
(Chicago First Korean)
(630-379-1493)
Kim, Young C., 1822 W. Thornwood Ln., Mount Prospect, IL 60056
(Mt. Prospect International)
(847-366-2069)
King, Jr., Edgar Donald, 960 Peony Lane, Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(913-636-8312)
th
Laci, Frank R., 517 S. 5 St., Hoopeston, IL 60942
(Potomac)
(217-260-1531)
Laurea, Constante M., 5455 N. Christiana Ave. Apt. 1, Chicago, IL 60625
(Chicago Northside)
(773-600-6529)
25
1996
CHP
1969
RA
2007
1964
GA
RA
1981
PAS/EDU
1992
U
2011
DA/PSV-PT
1973
RA
2001
PSV-FT
1993
CHP
1992
PAS
1958
RA
1983
SPC
2006
PSV-FT
2009
PSV-FT
1986
PAS
1990
CHP
1978
PAS
1977
DA/EDU
1984
U
2009
CHP
1980
PAS
1981
RA
1987
PAS
1981
SPC
1978
EDU
1951
ESR/RA
2010
SPC
1983
RA
Lee, James B. (Brad), 20211 Upper Greatland, Chugiak, AK 99567
(Danville Southside)
(315-286-5860)
Lee, Sang Kyun, 4645 N. Sheridan Rd. Apt. 312, Chicago, IL 60640
(Chicago Northside)
(773-334-0534)
Lehman, Lisa
Leigh, Gilbert, 6900 S. Chappel, Chicago, IL 60649
(Chicago Ingleside Community)
(773-288-4387)
Leth, Carl, 877 S. Chicago Ave., Kankakee, IL 60901
(Kankakee Wildwood)
(815-936-1590)
Lineberry, Loren D., 604 Wade Crain Road, Bryson City, NC 28713
(Elgin)
Lonberger, Carlos A., 10456 S. Kedzie Ave., Chicago, IL 60655
(Mt. Greenwood)
(773-849-5188)
Lovett, Russell J., 1295 W. Walnut St., Kankakee, IL 60901
(Kankakee College)
(815-861-5552)
Ludwig, David P., 16606 Primrose Lane, Lockport, IL 60441
(Chicago First)
(630-728-2032)
Ludwig, Marlin, 484 LaSalle Dr., Somonauk, IL. 60552
(Joliet Crystal Lawns)
(815-351-8398)
Luttrell, William T., 250 S. Washington, Braidwood, IL 60408
(Wilmington First)
(815-458-2006)
Malliett, Lowell M., 743 Stockton Heights Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee First)
(815-935-2206)
Martin, Troy W., 6 Stonegate Ridge, Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Manteno)
(815-939-4803)
Mathews, Dane E. 522 Turnberry Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(815-933-7749)
Mayen, Enrique, 10115 Old Orchard Ct., Skokie, IL 60076
(Chicago First Spanish)
(773-351-2316)
Mayorga, Sergio, 12815 Gregory Street (PO Box 775),
Blue Island, IL 60406 (Blue Island Spanish)
(708-385-0984)
McCann, Thomas W., 104 Circle Ct, Watseka, IL 60970
(Milford)
(815-432-2726)
McCormick, John T., 255 S Poplar St, Manteno, IL 60950
(Manteno)
(815-468-8231)
Mercer, Timothy J., 180 Spencer Ct., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(815-802-0898)
Miller, Rodney J., 1135 Ironwood Ct, Elgin, IL 60120
(Elgin)
(847-695-0078)
Millhuff, Howard G., 6301 Victoria Drive, Oak Forest, IL 60452
(Chicago First)
(708-641-5608)
Mills, Wesley, 347 N. Cleveland, Bradley, IL 60915
(Blue Island)
(815-939-7608)
Mitchell, Robert, 345 East John Casey Rd., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee First)
(815-278-1511)
Mohler, John, PO Box 2, Kempton, IL 60946
(Kempton)
(815-253-6250)
Mongerson, John O., 183 N. Center Ave., Bradley, IL 60915
(Kankakee College)
(815-939-5101)
Moore, Franklin, 1113 Game Trail S., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(815-928-5447)
Morgan, Earl L., 494 Meadows Rd. S., Bourbonnais IL 60914
(Kankakee First)
(815-933-8216)
Morris, David W., One University Ave., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakke College)
(317-650-4343)
Nelson, Alverne J., 103 Old Farm Midcourt, Bradley, IL 60915
(Kankakee College)
(815-933-1621)
26
1973
DA
2006
EDU
1964
RA
1973
U
1990
PSV-PT
1990
PAS
2011
DA/PSV-PT
2004
EDU/PAS
2001
PAS
1997
PAS
2004
PAS
1997
PSV-PT
1983
PAS
1984
EDU
1967
SPC
1989
U
2001
PSV-FT
1971
RA
1997
PAS
1959
DA
1973
U
2003
SPC/PSV-PT
1985
EDU
1996
RA
1968
U
2008
U
2008
PAS
1946
RA
Nothstine, Thomas, 1124 W. Hawkins St., Kankakee, IL 60901
(Manteno)
(815-304-4511)
Olney, Kent R., 282 E. Charles St., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(815-939-5132)
Oxner, William E., 1494 Timber Ridge Ave., Kankakee, IL 60901
(Kankakee First)
(815-936-1802)
Panos, Ronald, 122 E. Memorial Rd., Bensenville, IL 60106
(Lombard)
(630-766-8602)
Pavlick, Kenny R., 8490 S. 700 W., Williamsport, IN 47993
(Danville First)
(765-793-7626)
Peeler, Todd W., 1131 S. 8th, Kankakee, IL 60901
(Kankakee Westbrook)
(815-932-3557)
Peñate, Edward, 4041 N. Leclaire Ave., Chicago IL 60641
(Chicago Gage Park)
(773-575-7688)
Perabeau, Charles, 1912 W. Leland, Chicago, IL 60640
(Chicago Northside)
(815-935-0438)
Pineda, Gilmar, 7401 W. 63rd St., Summit, IL 60501
(Chicago Summit Spanish)
(708-299-7401)
Pitcher, Kent, 3134 Cobblestone Ln., Danville, IL 61832
(Danville Southside)
(217-443-4180)
Polanco, C. Enrique, 219 Parker St., Apt. 201, West Chicago, IL 60185
(West Chicago)
(630-876-8587)
th
Primo Antonio, Nahum, 30 N. 7 Ave., Maywood, IL 60153
(Chicago First Spanish)
(708-681-4430)
Qandah, Jamil, 2536 N. Newcastle Ave., Chicago, IL 60707-2246
(Chicago Oak Lawn Arabic)
(773-622-0822)
Quanstrom, Mark, 291 William Latham Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(815-939-4831)
Quanstrom, Roy F., 719-C Arbor Parkway, Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(815-928-5522)
Quimby, Michael R. 270 Windermere Way, Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Manteno)
(815-263-4090)
Ratthahao, James Sisouphanh, 226 Longford Ct., Elgin, IL 60120
(Elgin)
(224-353-1314)
Remmenga, Al, 259 N. Blaine Ave., Bradley, IL 60915
(Kankakee First)
(815-935-8473)
Reyad, Hosny, 17111 Odell Ave., Tinley Park, IL 60477
(Chicago Southside Arabic)
(708-532-6100)
Short, Jerry L., P.O. Box 497 Catlin, IL 61817
(Danville First)
(217-474-8882)
Simon, Keith A., 229 N. Roy St., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Limestone)
(815-939-0914)
Smith, Matthew A., 1305 Arrowhead Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(815-523-7046)
Smith, Robert Doyle, 578 Westberry Ln., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee First)
(815-939-5263)
Smith, Jr., Warren N., 45 St. Michael’s Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee Eastridge)
(815-932-9788)
Snodgrass, Claude L., 121 N. Tomagene Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(815-932-9604)
Spangenberg, Caley, 828 Alamosa Ct., Naperville, IL 60565
(Kankakee First)
(815-388-8543)
Spangenberg, Steven, 828 Alamosa Ct., Naperville, IL 60565
(Naperville Trinity)
(815-929-9078)
Sprunger, Virgil, 350 Mayfair Dr., Lincoln, IL 62656
(Elgin)
(217-732-7367)
27
1962
U
1971
RA/PSV-PT
2012
PAS
2004
U
1997
PAS
2008
U
1990
PAS
1992
U
1957
RA
1993
EDU
1968
RA
1971
EVR
1988
PAS
1992
PSV-PT
1985
RA/PAS
1979
CHP
1988
DS
1973
RU
1995
1998
TRF
PAS
2001
PAS
2001
EVR
Stone, Clifford, 267 W. Marsile, Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Bradley First)
(815-937-0533)
Story, John, Sr., 1205 S. Seventh Ave, Kankakee, IL 60901
(Gilman)
(815-939-1218)
Taylor, Daniel J., 12N171 Berner Dr., Elgin, IL 60120
(Elgin)
(224-578-4761)
Thompson, Jeremiah D., 674 Cooper Ave.., Elgin, IL 60120
(Elgin)
(847-695-2466)
Wangler, Brian D., 12745 Bell Rd., Lemont, IL 60439
(Chicago First)
(815-252-7710)
Ward, Donald Lee, 9201 Lynwood, Oak Lawn, IL 60453
(Chicago Oak Lawn First Church)
(708-229-2047)
Ward, Douglas S., 1109 S. Naperville Rd., Wheaton, IL 60189
(Mundelein)
(630-682-0372)
Watson, Milton, 654 Willow Pond Rd., Rantoul, IL 61866
(Paxton)
(217-892-4905)
Watson, Wilmer R., 1573 Carver Cir., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee First)
(815-936-1687)
Webb, Walter W., 1603 Waterberry Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(815-939-5333)
Westveer, Daniel D., 6217 Thames Pl., Vero Beach, FL 32966
(Chicago Heights)
(231-760-2028)
Wheelock, Daniel E., 2581 Saddlegate Ct., Cape Girardeau, MO 63701
(Joliet First)
(815-722-8362)
White, Debora L. Ferch, P O Box 187, Sheldon, IL 60966
(Sheldon)
(815-429-6061)
White, Raymond L., 28 N. Alexander, Danville, IL 61832
(Danville First)
(217-446-4512)
Wiggins, William C., 20202 Rileysburg Rd., Danville, IL 61834
(Danville Cedar Grove)
(217-446-6253)
Williams, Gordon M., 215 N. Ottawa St., Unit 209, Joliet, IL 60432
(Joliet First)
(815-630-3690)
Wilson, Brian E., P O Box 101163, Chicago, IL 60610
(Grace Fellowship)
(312-255-0151)
Wood, George L., 866 S. Evergreen, Kankakee, IL 60901
(Kankakee College)
(815-939-9914)
Wright, Richard A., in process of transfer to East Tennessee
Wright, William W. (Bill), 120 Marlowe Rd., Danville, IL 61832
(Danville Westside)
(217-442-0552)
Yang, Jung Suk, 1691 S. Green Meadows, Streamwood, IL 60107
(Chicago First Korean)
(224-231-8978)
Zaldivar, Raul, 3047 Marion St., Elgin, IL 60124
(Chicago First Spanish)
(954-326-0522)
I. ORDAINED DEACONS
2003
U
2013
PSV-FT
1998
SPC
2003
PSV-PT
2006
2001
TRF
U
Allen, Edith K., 1347 Westminster Ln., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee First)
(815-932-4573)
Chamberlain, Sarah L., 2214 N. Vermilion St., Danville, IL 61832
(Danville First)
(217-597-2197)
Dearth, Gary D., Jr., 394 Princeton Ave., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(815-802-1274)
Flemming, Kurt, 1511 W. Maple Avenue, Mundelein, IL 60060
(Mundelein)
(847-566-6969)
Howe, Clark M., in process of transfer to Northeastern Indiana
Klavohn, Jon Edward, 960 Peony Lane, Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(815-936-9369)
28
2001
SPC
1996
SPC
2012
STU
1989
SPC
2001
SPC
2010
PSV-FT
1991
U
2010
EDU/PSV-PT
2003
PSV-FT
2005
PSV-PT
1997
PSV-FT
2004
GA/SPC
1986
EDU
Knight, Justin D., One University Ave., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(815-932-3240)
Koch, William H., 660 Oak Run Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee First)
(217-260-1894)
Lee, Joseph Michael, 4232 W. 127th St., Alsip, IL 60803
(Chicago Oak Lawn First)
(765-215-9493)
Martin, Stanley N., 1481 Middlebury Ct., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(317-902-6198)
Mountain, Mark C., 1321 Eagle Bluff Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Manteno)
(815-370-4064)
Quade, Brian, 12725 Bell Rd., Lemont, IL 60439
(Chicago First)
(708-491-9373)
Reams, Brian, 1616 Waterberry Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(815-549-7683)
Reddick, Donald O., Jr. 708 River Pl., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee First)
(815-592-7778)
Reiniche, Debra Kay, 5448 E. 9000 N. Rd., Manteno, IL 60950
(Kankakee First)
(815-207-3595)
Reiniche, John C., 5448 E. 9000 N. Rd., Manteno, IL 60950
(Kankakee First)
(815-207-3594)
Schimmelpfennig, Cindi S., 102 Dartmouth Dr., Bourbonnais, IL
60914 (Kankakee First)
(815-922-6841)
Utter, Brian J. 198 N. Convent, Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Manteno)
(913-449-3716)
Wine, David, 916 Percy Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(815-932-9223)
J. RETIRED MINISTERS
Adams, Leon L., 217 S. McGuire Dr., Manteno, IL 60950 (Manteno)
(815-953-3435)
Bell, William, 55 Castle Coombe Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914 (Kankakee College) (815-939-0130)
Bloom, Norman W., Elim Shores- 7900 Timber Lake Dr., Eden Prairie, MN 55347
(Kankakee College)
(952-738-2600)
Branson, Robert D., 6377 S. Cabriolet Way, Pendleton, IN 46064
(Kankakee College)
(765-778-4101)
Cleare, Samuel O., 721 Edwin Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914 (Kankakee College)
(815-933-5091)
Dorries, Phillip, 1126 N. Bush, Kankakee, IL 60901 (Limestone Community)
(815-932-4070)
Farber, James, 941 E. Washington St., Morris, IL 60450 (Wilmington)
(815-942-2816)
Fisher, Ralph W., 6556 S. Coldwater Rd., Blanchard, MI 49310 (Living Water)
(989-561-5775)
Foster, Roy E., 710 Westwood Dr., Catlin, IL 61817 (Paxton)
(217-427-5648)
Garton, Franklin D., 198 Esther Cir., Bourbonnais, IL 60914 (Kankakee College) (815-932-5120)
Ireland, Herbert G., 429 W. Evergreen St., Wheaton, IL 60187 (Naperville Trinity) (630-580-5567)
Joplin, Elmer, 494 Eugene Drive, Bourbonnais, IL 60914 (Kankakee First)
(815-932-8495)
Killion, Robert G., 354 North 000 Rd., Loda, IL 60948 (Milford)
(217-386-2814)
Kim, Choong Shin, 2830 Effingham Ct., Schaumburg, IL 60193
(630-379-1493)
(Chicago First Korean)
(847-798-8368)
King, Edgar Donald, 960 Peony Lane, Bourbonnais, IL 60914 (Kankakee College) (913-636-8312)
Laci, Frank R., 517 S. 5th St., Hoopeston, IL 60942 (Potomac)
(217-260-1531)
Lee, Sang Kyun, 4645 N. Sheridan Rd. Apt. 312, Chicago, IL 60640
(Chicago Northside)
(773-334-0534)
Leigh, Gilbert, 6900 S. Chappel, Chicago, IL 60649
(Chicago Ingleside Community)
(773-288-4387)
Lovett, Russell J., 1295 W. Walnut St., Kankakee, IL 60901 (Kankakee College) (815-861-5552)
Malliett, Lowell M., 743 Stockton Heights Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee First)
(815-935-2206)
Mitchell, Robert, 345 East John Casey Rd., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee First)
(815-278-1511)
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Morgan, Earl L., 494 Meadows Rd. S., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee First)
(815-933-8216)
Nelson, Alverne J., 103 Old Farm Midcourt, Bradley, IL 60915 (Kankakee College)(815-933-1621)
Oxner, William E. 1494 Timber Ridge Ave., Kankakee, IL 60901 (Kankakee First) (815-936-1802)
Remmenga, Al, 259 N. Blaine Ave., Bradley, IL 60915 (Kankakee First)
(815-935-8473)
Smith, Warren N., 45 St. Michaels Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee Eastridge)
(815-932-9788)
Sprunger, Virgil, 350 Mayfair Dr., Lincoln, IL 62656 (Elgin)
(217-732-7367)
Story, John, Sr., 1205 S. Seventh Ave, Kankakee, IL 60901 (Gilman)
(815-939-1218)
Watson, Wilmer R., 1573 Carver Cir., Bourbonnais, IL 60914 (Kankakee First)
(815-936-1687)
Westveer, Daniel D., 6217 Thames Pl., Vero Beach, FL 32966 (Chicago Heights) (231-760-2028)
Wiggins, William C., 20202 Rileysburg Rd., Danville, IL 61834
(Danville Cedar Grove)
(217-446-6253)
Wood, George L., 866 S. Evergreen, Kankakee, IL 60901 (Kankakee College)
(815-939-9914)
K. LICENSED MINISTERS
2012 PSV-PT 2
E
2013 PSV-PT 2
E
2011 PSV-PT G
E
2012 SPC
3
E
2010 SPC
G
E
2012 PSV-FT 4
D
2010 PSV-PT 2
E
2011 PSV-PT G
E
2011 PSV-PT 4
E
2009 U
G
E
2013 U
G
E
2003 PSV-PT G
E
2014 PSV-FT 4
E
2012 PSV-PT 3
E
2010 PSV-PT 4
D
2007 SPC
2
D
2008 SPC
G
E
2007 SPC
G
E
2010 PAS
3
E
2010 PSV-PT 2
E
Adams, Robert E., 4514 Laurie Lane, Crystal Lake, IL 60014
(Real Life)
(815-529-8962)
Aguilar, Danilo I., 2630 N. Mozart St., Garden Suite, Chicago, IL 60647
(Chicago First Spanish)
(816-651-2684)
Alger, Justin, 2214 N. Vermilion St., Danville, IL 61832
(Danville First)
(815-383-5493)
Bahr, William, 590 Turnberry Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(815-936-0141)
Benson, Michael Andrew, One University Ave., Box 6097, Bourbonnais, IL
60914 (Kankakee College )
(815-928-5762)
Bowman, Rebekah S., 1390 Eagle Bluff Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Manteno)
(208-351-9183)
Bran, Carlos E., 2930 N. Lewis, Waukegan, IL 60087
(North Chicago)
(224-221-0599)
Burkey, Jonathan D., 460 Bresee Ave., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(419-233-3318)
Burton, Tina, 809 Buck Ct., Manteno, IL 60950
(Kankakee First)
(815-351-6114)
Campbell, Rachel Ann, 546 Hemlock Ln., Bradley, IL 60915
(Kankakee First)
(815-450-0176)
Campbell, Tyler P., 546 Hemlock Ln., Bradley, IL 60915
(Kankakee First)
(815-922-1872)
Cardenas, David, 5247 W. Byron, Chicago, IL 60641
(Chicago Emanuel Spanish)
(773-865-1569)
Carter, Brandon M., 344 S. Fraser, Kankakee, IL 60901
(Kankakee First)
(815-603-4890)
Cash, Joseph P., One University Ave., ONU Box #6106, Bourbonnais, IL
60914 (JolietCrystalLawns)
(469-278-2600)
Cook, Ashley M., 2704 Caddy Ln., Joliet, IL 60435
(Living Water)
(815-685-0851)
Croft, Jonathan D., One University Ave., Box 6092, Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Manteno)
(269-568-4648)
Dace, Trevor, 282 S. Stadium Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(010-887-5516)
Davey, Brandon K., One University Ave., Box 6112, Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(815-210-6545)
De Leon, Edy, 801 W. Huntington Commons Rd., Mt. Prospect, IL 60056
(Mt. Prospect International)
(224-633-8709)
De Leon, Licet, 801 W. Huntington Commons Rd., Mt. Prospect, IL 60056
(Mt. Prospect International)
(224-633-8709)
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2012 PSV-PT 2
E
2011 PAS
2
E
2012 STU
2
E
2013 PSV-PT 4
E
2009 PAS
4
E
2011 PSV-PT G
E
2013 PSV-PT 2
E
2009 PSV-PT G
E
2008 PSV-PT 3
D
2009 PSV-PT 4
E
2009 PAS
4
E
2008 PSV-PT 4
E
2013 PSV-PT G
E
2007 PSV-PT G
D
2012 PSV-PT 4
E
2009 PSV-FT G
E
2011 PSV-FT G
E
2014 PSV-PT G
E
2014 PSV-PT G
D
2013 PSV-PT 2
E
2009 PSV-FT 3
E
2013 PSV-PT 2
E
2011 STU
G
E
2014 PSV-FT G
E
2013 STU
3
E
2011 PSV-PT 2
E
2013 PSV-PT 4
E
2013 STU
E
2
Diveley, David J. Sr., 344 Meadows Rd. North, Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Joliet First)
(815-939-1545)
Dominguez, Eleuterio, 428 Fielding Ln., Round Lake, IL 60073
(Cristo La Unica Esperanza)
(262-716-3912)
Duckwall, Jennifer, 5704 N. Macarthur Blvd., Warr Acres, OK 73122
(Naperville Trinity)
(630-297-1029)
Elless, Matthew R., 216 N. Washington St., PO Box 177, Ladoga, IN 47954
(Kankakee Eastridge)
(765-376-0280)
Evans, Michael, 12500 S. Lowe, Chicago, IL 60628
(Chicago Ingleside)
(312-735-8166)
Evans, Thomas J., 1119 North Cedar Dr. Rd., New Lenox, IL 60451
(Chicago Heights)
(708-308-9701)
Florian, Aaron, 819 Edwin Dr., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Manteno)
(708-623-5909)
Gall, Aaron M., 1017 S. Briggs St., Joliet, IL 60433
(Joliet First)
(815-530-9067)
Garcia, Jose Enrique, 540 Kresswood Dr., McHenry, IL 60050
(Mundelein Spanish)
(815-679-7590)
Garcia, Rita, 540 Kresswood Dr., McHenry, IL 60050
(Mundelein Spanish)
(815-679-7590)
Gardner, Kevin, 9591 E. Oakridge Dr., St. John, IN 46373
(Lighthouse Community)
(219-712-4045)
Gonzalez, William M., 313 Todd St., Park Forest, IL 60466
(Chicago Heights)
(312-296-6232)
Gregory, Allison J., 204 E. State St., Potomac, IL 61865
(Potomac)
(260-224-7531)
Grieb, Cynthia A., 894 Aberdeen Dr., Crystal Lake, IL 60014
(Real Life)
(815-477-7626)
Griffin, Tanner H., 851 Gaoucester Ct., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(815-509-1933)
Grindle, Jeffrey Robert, 7732 S. Austin Ave., Burbank, IL 60459
(Chicago Oak Lawn First)
(630-452-7960)
Guffey, James E. Jr., One University Ave., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Chicago Heights)
(815-278-1659)
Hatcher, Kevin L., 156 Bernard St., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee Wildwood)
(815-295-2633)
Hogan, Dustin, One University Ave., Box 6128, Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(405-761-1165)
Jensen, Jennifer R., 1703 Robin Ln., Lisle, IL 60532
(Lombard)
(773-332-2169)
Karuchit, Jessica D., 12705 Bell Rd., Lemont, IL 60439
(Chicago First)
(708-574-8195)
Koehn, Cory, 20512 Gardner Ave., Chicago Heights, IL 60411
(Chicago Heights)
(815-450-8046)
Kring, Andrew, 11140 E. Indian Lake Dr., Vicksburg, MI 49097
(Kankakee College)
(219-508-9714)
Leach, Tara Beth, 51 Dorsett Ct., Aurora, IL 60504
(Naperville Trinity)
(224-725-9110)
Lillie, Reuben, 5941 N. Greenview Ave., Apt 2A, Chicago, IL 60660
(Chicago Northside)
(724-456-7493)
Maldonado, Romina, 2602 N. McVicker, Chicago, IL 60639
(Chicago First Spanish)
(773-370-2605)
Manes, Craig D., 613 Juniper Ln., Bradley, IL 60915
(Kankakee College)
(815-592-1376)
Miller, Alan, 10467 E. 1680 North Rd., Oakwood, IL 61858
(Danville First)
(217-799-3617)
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2008 U
G
E
2010 PSV-PT 2
E
2010 PSV-FT 2
E
2012 PSV-PT 3
E
2009 PSV-FT 2
E
2011 PSV-PT 2
E
2011 PSV-PT 2
E
2003 PAS
G
E
2006 PSV-FT G
E
2013 DA
4
E
2010 SPC
4
E
2014 STU
G
E
2011 PSV-PT G
E
2014 PSV-FT 2
E
2013 PAS
G
E
2012 SPC
4
E
2010 STU
G
E
2011 PSV-FT 4
E
2006 U
G
E
2008 PSV-PT 4
E
2011 PSV-PT 3
E
2011 PAS
E
G
Moore, Elizabeth J., 423 S. Wabash Ave., Bradley, IL 60915
(Kankakee Wildwood)
(815-278-5591)
Norman, Brent L., 373 Villabrook Dr., Bourbonnais 60914
(Kankakee First)
(815-573-5513)
Norman, Sharon D., 373 Villabrook Dr., Bourbonnais 60914
(Kankakee First)
(815-573-5513)
Pierson, Michael R. 220 N. Main St., Herscher, IL 60941
(Limestone Community)
(815-421-4032)
Pineda, Sandra, 7401 W 63rd St., Summit, IL 60501
(Chicago Summit Spanish)
(708-299-7401)
Pinto, Edith, 1528 N. Keeler, Chicago, IL 60639
(Chicago First Spanish)
(773-252-3908)
Pinto, Rodolfo, 1528 N. Keeler, Chicago, IL 60639
(Chicago First Spanish)
(773-829-1574)
Quezada, Alberto, P.O. Box 75, Aroma Park, IL 60910
(Aroma Park)
(815-614-3939)
Ramirez, Israel, 801 Euclid Ct., Highwood, IL 60040
(Chicago First Spanish)
(847-922-6446)
Ryba, Matthew, 2256 W. Roscoe St. #1R, Chicago, IL 60618
(Chicago Lakeview Revelation)
(815-575-4554)
th
Ryu, Uk Ryel, 1100 E. 55 St., #EB-2, Chicago, IL 60615
(Chicago First Korean)
(872-253-3385)
Salem, Jacob D., 1044 W. North St., Apt. #3, Bradley, IL 60915
(Kankakee College)
(810-955-9804)
Sargent, Scott, 975 S. Lincoln Ave., Kankakee, IL 60901
(Manteno)
(815-936-9349)
Sauer, Tyler, One University Ave., Box 6101, Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(810-569-4950)
Seaman, Lauren D., 932 W. Willow, Chicago, IL 60614
(Lincoln Park)
(773-456-7656)
Seegers, Hamish, 170 N. Michigan Ave., Bradley 60915
(Kankakee College)
(815-690-1225)
Smith, Stephanie, E. 421 Carphilly Ct., Brentwood, TN 37027
(Kankakee First)
(815-922-2053)
Steward, Ellen K., 260 Essex Ct., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(614-202-9893)
Stith, Nadine M., 1358 Theresa Ln., Bourbonnais, IL 60914
(Kankakee College)
(913-523-6907)
Trujillo (Martinez), Oscar J., 4177 W. Nelson, Chicago, IL 60641
(Chicago First Spanish)
(773-931-8025)
Wilson, Don, 735 Enterprise Court, Chicago Heights, IL 60411
(Chicago Heights)
(708-372-9427)
th
Wright, John Albert, 5531 W. 130 St., Palos Heights, IL 60463
(Chicago Calvary)
(708-371-0625)
L. MINISTERS SERVING CONNECTIONAL INTERESTS - EDU
Michael W. Benson
Leon M. Blanchette
John C. Bowling
Wilfredo Canales
Dennis J. Crocker
Ron Dalton
Teresa Beth Garner
Mark E. Holcomb
Carl Leth
Timothy J. Mercer
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Franklin Moore
Kent R. Olney
Charles Perabeau
Mark Quanstrom
Donald O. Reddick, Jr.
Robert Doyle Smith
Walter W. Webb
David Wine
M. MINISTERS SERVING IN NAZARENE INSTITUTIONS
IN SPECIAL CONNECTIONAL INTERESTS -- SPC
William Bahr
David R. Becker
Donald R. Bellomy
Michael Andrew Benson
Jonathan D. Croft
Trevor D. Dace
Brandon K. Davey
Gary D. Dearth
Jeffrey Wayne Enfield
Gary D. Gerstenberger
Justin D. Knight
William H. Koch
Stanley N. Martin
John Mongerson
David Morris
Mark C. Mountain
Roy F. Quanstrom
Matthew A. Smith
Brian J. Utter
N. MINISTERS SERVING SPECIAL SERVICE / INTERDENOMINATIONAL -- SPC
Elizabeth Bjorling
Laurie J. Braaten
William Bray
David William Clark
Troy W. Martin
Uk Ryel Ryu
O. ACTIVE EVANGELISM SERVICE RETIRED -- ESR
Earl Morgan
P. REGISTERED SONG EVANGELIST -- SER
Anthony P. Fightmaster (lay)
Q. REGISTERED EVANGELIST -- EVR
Michael W. Benson
Daniel E. Wheelock
Raul Zaldivar
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II. General Information
A. RECEIVED ON TRANSFER
1. Elders
Dennis J. Crocker (Elder) from the Kansas City District, Dennis Dilbeck (Elder) from the Florida District,
Kenneth J. Garner (Elder) from the Michigan District, Teresa Beth Garner (Elder) from the Michigan
District, Gary D. Gerstenberger (Elder) from the Indianapolis District, Carlos A. Lonberger (Elder) from the
Southwest Indiana District, Robert Mitchell (Elder) from the Michigan District, Roy F. Quanstrom (Elder)
from the Northwestern Illinois District, Daniel J. Taylor (Elder) from the Northwestern Ohio District, and
Jung Suk Yang (Elder) from the South Korea National District.
2. Deacons
Brian Reams (Deacon) from the Wisconsin District.
3. Licensed Ministers
Jonathan D. Croft (LM – Elder Track) from the Michigan District, Brent L. Norman (LM – Elder Track) from
the Michigan District, Sharon D. Norman (LM – Elder Track) from the Michigan District, and Matthew J.
Ryba (LM – Elder Track) from the Virginia District.
B. GRANTED TRANSFER
1. Elders
Timothy J. Britton (Elder) to the North Arkansas District, R. Kendall Franklin (Elder) to the Arizona District,
Aaron A. Gregory (Elder) to the Michigan District, Jeffrey P. Hodge (Elder) to the Michigan District, Eun
Ho Kim (Elder) to the South Central Ohio District, Ho-Kyung Kwak (Elder) to the Korea District, Adam
Lewis (Elder) to the Nebraska District, and Brian D. Smith (Elder) to the Arizona District.
2. Licensed Ministers
Ronald L. Allen (LM – Elder Track) to the Tennessee District, Caroline B. Burch (LM – Elder Track) to the
Northeast Indiana District, Ian C. Cole (LM – Elder Track) to the Kentucky District, Brandon Metzger (LM
– Elder Track) to the Northern Michigan District, and Dale A. Stoops (LM – Elder Track) to the Southwest
Indiana District.
C. ELECTED TO ELDERS ORDERS
Jeffrey C. Alexander, Derek J. Diehl, and Kyan R. Glenn
D. GRANTED MINISTER’S LICENSE
Brandon M. Carter, Kevin Hatcher, Dustin Hogan, Tara Beth Leach, Jacob D. Salem, and Tyler Sauer.
E. GRANTED MINISTER’S LICENSE RENEWAL
Robert Adams, Danilo I. Aguilar, Jeffrey C. Alexander, Justin Alger, William Bahr, Michael Andrew
Benson, Rebekah S. Bowman, Carlos E. Bran, Jonathan Burkey, Tina Burton, Rachel Ann Campbell,
Tyler Campbell, David Cardenas, Joseph P. Cash, Ashley M. Cook, Jonathan D. Croft, Trevor Dace,
Brandon Davey, Edy de Leon, Licet de Leon, Derek J. Diehl, David Diveley Sr., Eleuterio Dominguez,
Jennifer Duckwall, Matthew R. Elless, Michael Evans, Thomas Evans, Aaron Florian, Aaron Gall, Jose
Enrique Garcia, Rita Garcia, Kevin E. Gardner, Kyan R. Glenn, William M. Gonzalez, Allison J. Gregory,
Cynthia A. Grieb, Tanner H. Griffin, Jeffrey R. Grindle, James E. Guffey, Jennifer Jensen, Jessica D.
Karuchit, Cory Koehn, Andrew P. Kring, Reuben Lillie, Romina N. Maldonado, Craig D. Manes, Alan
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Miller, Elizabeth J. Moore, Brent L. Norman, Sharon D. Norman, Michael R. Pierson, Sandra P. Pineda,
Edith Pinto, Rodolfo R. Pinto, Alberto Quezada, Israel Ramirez, Matthew Ryba, Uk Ryel Ryu, Scott A.
Sargent, Lauren Seaman, Hamish Seegers, Stephanie Smith, Ellen K. Steward, Nadine M. Stith, Oscar J.
Trujillo, Don Wilson, and John A. Wright.
F. MINISTERS LICENSES NOT RENEWED
Thomas J. Bridges, Matthew Kirkpatrick, Young Chol Lee, Chad G, St. John, Anthony D. Steffens, and
Jasper P. Taylor.
G. MINISTERS NOTIFIED OF THEIR UNASSIGNED STATUS - FOUR OR MORE YEARS
1. Elders
Robert Anderson, Grover Brooks, J. Wade Dickson, Dennis Dilbeck, Jon Dodds, Sunil Gaikwad, James I
Harris, Constante Laurea, Ronald Panos, Keith A. Simon, Claude Snodgrass, Donald Ward, and Milton
Watson.
2. Deacons
Edith K. Allen, Jon E. Klavohn, and Brian S. Reams.
H. MINISTERS WITH REMOVED CREDENTIALS HAVING JOINED ANOTHER DENOMINATIONROLL OF DEACONS
Gregg Chenoweth
I. NAME CHANGES
Allison J. Reed (LM) married and became Allison J. Gregory
J. MINISTERS DECEASED
William Ward Dean (4/4/13), C. William Ellwanger, Gordon C. Wickersham, and Harold J.
Yochim.
K. CHURCHES INACTIVE
Casa de Dios, Chicago Ebenezer, Chicago First East Indian, Chicago First Filipino, Chicago First
Russian, Chicago Lincoln Park Community, Chicago Mount Greenwood, Chicago Norridge Arabic, Crystal
Lake, Danville Northside, Mount Prospect, New Horizons, New Lenox, Schaumburg Korean, and
Suburban Community.
L. CHURCH DISORGANIZED
Word and Worship Christian Community
M. CHURCH-TYPE MISSIONS
Highland Park, Reach 77 Lakeview, Reach 77 Lincoln Park, Reach 77 Loop, Reach 77 Mt. Greenwood,
Reach 77 West Pullman, New Song, and Waukegan Hispanic.
N. JOURNAL CORRECTIONS
Word and Worship Christian Community should have been listed in the 2013 District Journal as “Inactive.”
Michael Andrew Benson was listed with a role code of STU in the 2012 journal, but should have had the
role code of SPC since he was serving in a connectional interest in a Nazarene institution.
Michael W. Benson was mistakenly listed with a role code including SPC in the 2011 and 2012 journals.
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His role code should have been EDU/EVR.
Jeffrey T. Emmons, Andrew Karuchit, and Lance Kilpatrick did not renew their district licenses in 2013.
This action should have been included in the 2013 journal.
O. WHERE TO SEND FUNDS
World Evangelism Fund, Pensions Fund, and Approved Specials
General Treasurer—17001 Prairie Star Parkway, Lenexa, KS 66220
District Evangelism Fund, District Mission Specials and Educational Fund
District Treasurer—Heidi Taylor, P.O. Box 218, Bourbonnais, IL 60914
Work & Witness and NMI Project Funds
NMI Treasurer—Donna S. Lovett, 1295 W. Walnut St., Kankakee, IL 60901
NYI Events and Projects
NYI Treasurer—Michelle Thomas, P.O. Box 567 Bourbonnais, IL 60914
SDMI Events and Projects
SDMI Treasurer—Lauren Seaman, P.O. Box 101163, Chicago, IL 60610
Nazarene Theological Seminary Offering
NTS, 1700 E. Meyer Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64131
Nazarene Bible College Offering
NBC, 1111 Academy Blvd., Colorado Springs, CO 80910
Investment Funds
Church of the Nazarene Foundation, 13795 S. Mur-Len Rd., Suite 101, Olathe, KS 66062
(866-273-2549)
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III. Plan of Examination
(See Section VIII for Contact Information)
A. BOARD OF MINISTRY
1. DISTRICT MINISTERIAL CREDENTIALS BOARD (DMCB)
Chairman – Carl Leth
Secretary – Edward H. Heck
Advisors
1.
Dave Anderson
Advisees: Jacob Salem
2.
Susan Armstrong
Advisees: Rachel Campbell, Tara Beth Leach, and Elizabeth Moore
3.
Wilfredo Canales
Advisees: David Cárdenas, Alberto Quezada, Israel Ramírez.
4.
Ron Dalton
Advisees: Tyler P. Campbell and Brent L. Norman
5.
Michael Day
Advisees: Ashley Cook, Cynthia Grieb, and Jeffrey R. Grindle
6.
W. Randy Dodd
Advisees: Kevin Gardner
7.
Carl Leth
Advisees: Rebekah Bowman, James Guffey, and Jessica Karuchit
8.
John T. McCormick
Advisees: Michael A. Benson, David Diveley Sr., and Lauren Seaman
9.
Brian Wangler
Advisees: Jonathan Burkey and John A. Wright
10.
David Wine
Advisees: Brandon Carter and Stephanie Smith
2. DISTRICT MINISTERIAL STUDIES BOARD (DMSB)
Chairman – Doug Ward
Secretary – Todd Peeler
CEU Coordinator – Todd Peeler
Centro de Estudios Pastorales: Spanish Language Urban Pastoral Training – Wilfredo Canales
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Advisors
1.
Gary Aills
Advisees: Jonathan Croft and Michael Evans
2.
Hector Alfaro
Advisees: Rita Garcia and Edith Pinto
3.
Deborah Bell
Advisees: Dustin Hogan and Reuben Lillie
4.
Michael Benson
Advisees: Joseph Cash
5.
Jerry Bimber
Advisees: Tanner H. Griffin
6.
Leon Blanchette
Advisees: Aaron Gall, Allison Gregory, and Ellen Steward
7.
Andy Combs
Advisees: Scott A. Sargent and Don Wilson
8.
Ezequiel Garcia
Advisees: Licet De Leon and Rodolfo Pinto
9.
Brandon Hird
Advisees: Matthew Elless and Michael Pierson
10.
Mark Holcomb
Advisees: Jennifer Duckwall and Tyler Sauer
11.
Dae Haeng Hur
Advisees:
12.
Frank Laci
Advisees: Robert E. Adams and Andrew P. Kring
13.
David Ludwig
Advisees: Justin Alger
14.
Sergio Mayorga
Advisees: Romina Maldonado, Sandra Pineda, and Oscar Trujillo
15.
John Mohler
Advisees: William Gonzalez and Nadine Stith
16.
Ron Panos
Advisees:
17.
Edward Peñate
Advisees: Carlos Bran, Trevor Dace, Edy De León, and Eleuterio Domínguez
18.
Gilmar Pineda
Advisees: José Enrique García
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19.
Kent Pitcher
Advisees: Uk Ryel Ryu, Danilo I. Aguilar, and Alan Miller
20.
Mark Quanstrom
Advisees: Craig Manes and Matthew Ryba
21.
Debbie Reiniche
Advisees: Aaron Florian and Cory Koehn
22.
Cindi Schimmelpfennig
Advisees: Tina Burton and Jennifer R. Jensen
23.
Robert Smith
Advisees: William Bahr and Hamish Seegers
24.
Steve Spangenberg
Advisees: Thomas J. Evans and Sharon Norman
25.
Doug Ward
Advisees: Brandon Davey and Kevin Hatcher
DMSB Registered Students
Level 2
Track
Advisor
Placement
Method
Name
Elder
DMSB 12
C-2
S
Adams, Robert E.
Elder
DMSB 19
C-2
S
Aguilar, Danilo I.
Elder
DMSB 17
C-2
CEP
Bran, Carlos
Deacon
DMSB 1
P-2
M
Croft, Jonathan
P-2
M
Cruea, Adam
Elder
Elder
DMSB 8
C-2
CEP
DeLeon, Licet,
Elder
DMSB 17
C-2
C
Dominguez, Eleuterio
Elder
DMSB 10
C-2
S
Duckwall, Jennifer
Elder
DMSB 21
C-2
S
Florian, Aaron
Elder
DMSB 22
C-2
M
Jensen, Jennifer
Elder
DMSB 21
C-2
S
Koehn, Cory
P-2
M
LeGrand, Patrick
C-2
CEP
Maldonado, Romina
C-2
M
Mansfield, Robert
Elder
Elder
DMSB 14
Elder
Elder
DMSB 19
C-2
S
Miller, Alan
Elder
DMCB 4
C-2
M
Norman, Brent L.
Elder
DMSB 24
C-2
M
Norman, Sharon D.
Elder
DMSB 14
C-2
CEP
Pineda, Sandra
Elder
DMSB 2
C-2
CEP
Pinto, Edith
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Elder
DMSB 8
Elder
Elder
DMSB 10
C-2
CEP
Pinto, Rodolfo
P-2
M
Weir, Christine
P-2
M
Sauer, Tyler
Level 3
Track
Advisor
Placement
Method
Name
Elder
DMSB 23
C-3
S
Bahr, Willam
Elder
DMSB 4
P-3
S
Cash, Joseph
Elder
DMSB 17
C-3
CEP
De Leon, Edy,
Elder
DMCB 7
P-3
M
Diveley, David Sr.
Deacon
DMSB 18
C-3
CEP
Garcia, Jose Enrique
Elder
DMCB 7
P-3
COS
Karuchit, Jessica
Elder
DMSB 3
P-3
S
Lillie, Reuben
Elder
DMSB 9
C-3
S
Pierson, Michael
Elder
DMSB 7
P-3
M
Wilson, Don
Level 4
Track
Advisor
Placement
Method
Name
Deacon
DMCB 7
C-4
S
Bowman, Rebekah
Elder
DMSB 22
P-4
M
Burton, Tina
Elder
DMCB10
P-4
C
Carter, Brandon M.
Deacon
DMCB 5
C-4
M
Cook, Ashley
Elder
DMSB 9
P-4
S
Elless, Matthew
Elder
DMSB 1
C-4
M
Evans, Michael
Elder
DMSB 2
C-4
CEP
Garcia, Rita
Elder
DMCB 6
C-4
M
Gardner, Kevin
Elder
DMSB 15
C-4
S
Gonzalez, William
Elder
DMSB 5
C-4
S
Griffin, Tanner
Deacon
DMSB 3
P-4
S
Hogan, Dustin
Elder
DMSB 20
P-4
S
Manes, Craig
Elder
DMSB 20
P-4
C
Ryba, Matthew
Elder
DMSB 19
C-4
S
Ryu, Uk Ryel
Elder
DMSB 23
C-4
S
Seegers, Hamish
Elder
DMSB 6
P-4
C
Steward, Ellen
Elder
DMSB 14
C-4
CEP
Trujillo, Oscar
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Graduated
Track
Advisor
Placement
Method
Name
Elder
P-G
Evans, Thomas
Elder
P-G
Hatcher, Kevin
Elder
P-G
Salem, Jacob D.
Legend
Status: C—Continued in year; P—Placed in year; (Pr)-Probationary year granted to complete
unfinished requirements; G- Graduated
Method: M—Modular Course of Study; CEP-Centro de Estudios Pastorales (Spanish Language Modular
Program); S—Student at college or seminary; C—Combination.
B. INSTRUCTIONS TO STUDENTS
Eligibility
The board serves only the persons who are properly enrolled. Enrollment is open only to local
ministers, local lay ministers (Manual 402.1 HMS 438), and ministers of music who qualify according to
Manual 410.
Courses
There are two ministerial study tracks administered by the Ministerial Studies Board: Elder and
Deacon. In cases where ordination is not being sought, the track is identified as “Licensed Minister.”
Ministers will not be ordained without having completed their respective courses.
The recommended mode of preparation for full-time Christian service is by attending a Nazarene
liberal arts college or university and, if possible, Nazarene Theological Seminary. Other modes include
Nazarene Bible College (NBC On-line), and the Modular Course of Studies (the Spanish Language
Modules are identified as CEP). The Modular Course of Studies is under the immediate supervision of
the District Ministerial Studies Board.
The courses required of the college students are in Manual 426.1.
Spanish Language Pastoral Training
In an effort to meet the needs of our Spanish-speaking congregations, pastoral training is
available through the district’s Centro de Estudios Pastorales (CEP), which meets primarily at Chicago
First Spanish Church and uses the Modular Course of Study. The program is administered by Rev.
Wilfredo Canales.
Conversion From Directed Studies to Modular Courses
The District has discontinued the Directed Studies program and has adopted the Modular Course
of Study. For details on the transition contact the Secretary of the Board of Ministerial Studies.
College Students
College students are responsible to submit to the board documentary evidence of academic
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standing in harmony with Manual 427.1, and Sourcebook for Ministerial Development 438.19.
College students are reminded to plan their curriculum in harmony with Manual paragraph 426.1.
The final transcript at graduation will be evaluated by the District Ministerial Studies Board, and no
requirements stated in the Manual will be waived.
Where to Go
1. For information or guidance, contact your adviser first, then, if necessary, contact the
secretary or chairman of the Ministerial Studies Board.
2. For relevant applications (for district assembly recognition and renewal and changes of
address), contact the district secretary, Dr. Edward H. Heck, Chicago Central District, P.O. Box 101163,
Chicago, IL 60610 ([email protected]) and/or visit the District Assembly section on the district web site:
www.ccdnaz.org. Persons transferring their membership to this district and wishing to seek a license
and/or commission are expected to assume full responsibility to have their records and transcripts from
their previous districts (or, if newly graduated, from college and/or seminary) transferred to the current
secretary of the Board of Ministerial Studies and the District Secretary.
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IV. DAILY PROCEEDINGS
A. SUNDAY EVENING
Ordination Service
April 6, 2014
The 110th District Assembly began with the Sacred Service of Ordination celebrated at The
Chapel, hosted by Mundelein Church of the Nazarene, on Sunday, April 6th at 6:00pm. Congregational
music was led by the combined Elgin and Mundelein Worship teams.
Host Pastor, Rev. Doug Ward, warmly greeted the district family and prayed. More
congregational singing followed.
Pastor Ward expressed thanks to Libertyville Campus Pastor, Matt Furr, and the congregation of
The Chapel for the use of their facilities for district assembly. Pastor Ward prayed and an offering was
taken to defray the costs of assembly.
Dr. Jerry Porter greeted the congregation reminding each one of the reasons for coming together
at the time of assembly – to be encouraged, to be accountable, and to hear God’s voice. Dr. Porter
introduced the Wilson family. The district family welcomed Dr. Brian Wilson as he came forward to give
the first portion of his 17th report as District Superintendent.
Dr. Wilson introduced special guests of the assembly: General Superintendent in Jurisdiction
Jerry Porter; General Superintendent Emeritus, Jim Diehl; District Superintendent Scott Sherwood from
Northwest Illinois; Dr. David Nixon from Southern Florida, Dr. Bill Wiesman from the USA/Canada region,
Dr. John and Jill Bowling from Olivet Nazarene University, and District Superintendent Dr. John Seaman
from the Michigan District.
The D.S. Vision Prelude Report, entitled Vision 2020, was presented by Dr. Brian Wilson.
“Looking Back”, Dr. Wilson shared district information from 100 and 50 years ago. “Looking Around,” Dr.
Wilson shared the variety of ministries presently going on around the district, including the city of
Chicago. “Looking Ahead,” Dr. Wilson shared 10 initiatives that will continue the vision into the future. He
concluded this portion of his report with a quote from Dr. Mark R. Moore and prayer.
Dr. Porter moved for the adoption of the prelude report of the District Superintendent. The motion
was seconded and approved. Mrs. Joan Wilson came to the platform at the request of Dr. Porter. She
greeted the congregation.
Dr. Porter called the assembly to order, followed by the reading of the District Ministerial
Credentials Board Partial Report by Dr. Wilson. Dr. Wilson moved for the adoption of the report. The
motion was seconded. There was a question, which was addressed. The report was adopted
unanimously.
The congregation stood and sang “Called Unto Holiness” as Dr. Edward Heck, District Secretary,
led the ordination candidates into the service. He presented the ordination candidates, Jeffrey Curtis
Alexander, Derek James Diehl and Kyan Ray Glenn, to the assembly and to Dr. Porter.
The congregation participated in the Ordination Service Responsive Reading, including passages
of Scripture and portions from The Manual.
The District Ministers Choir, led by Rev. Dave Anderson, gathered on the platform to participate
in special music, including “A Name I Highly Treasure,” “There’s Something About That Name,” and “His
Name is Wonderful.”
Dr. Brian Wilson announced the names of the 2014 Newly District Licensed Ministers: Brandon
M. Carter, Kevin Hatcher, Dustin Hogan, Tara Beth Leach, Jacob D. Salem and Tyler Sauer. He then
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prayed.
Tony Fightmaster and Brian Allen sang “I Want Be Like Jesus” and “Oh, To Be Like Thee.”
Dr. Porter delivered the message and charge of ordination, entitled “God’s Amazing Love.” He
asked the congregation to stand for prayer. Dr. Porter then asked the candidates for ordination and their
spouses to come to the platform, and invited all Elders and Deacons in the congregation to stand behind
them. Dr. Porter addressed the spouses of the ordination candidates. The candidates and their spouses
knelt at the altar. The Elders and Deacons laid hands on Derek Diehl. Dr. James Diehl then ordained, his
grandson, Derek James Diehl, an Elder in the Church of God in the name of the Father, Son and Holy
Spirit. Derek’s father, Rev. Don Diehl prayed for Derek.
The Elders and Deacons laid hands on Kyan Ray Glenn. Dr. Porter ordained him an Elder in the
Church of God in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Rev. Brian Wangler prayed for Kyan and
his wife, Courtney.
The Elders and Deacons laid hands on Jeffrey Curtis Alexander. Dr. Porter ordained him an
Elder in the Church of God in the name of the Father, Son and Blessed Holy Spirit. Rev. Brandon Hird,
cousin of Jeffrey, prayed for Jeff and his wife, Hannah.
The congregation clapped in celebration of the newly Ordained Elders.
Dr. Porter asked Dr. Wilson to give closing remarks and directions for tomorrow’s session. Dr.
Porter and Dr. Diehl met with each ordinand as they were presented with their Certificate of Ordination
and then led the ordinands and their spouses to a reception. The ministers and wives and congregational
members followed into the reception area. The service concluded at 8:15 pm.
B. MONDAY MORNING
April 7, 2014 -- 9:00 a.m.
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The Olivetians provided inspirational music to open the Monday morning session of the 110
Chicago Central District Assembly. Dr. Brian Wilson thanked the Olivetians and greeted the congregation.
He read from Psalm 133. He thanked the people from The Chapel who are hosting assembly and
handling media and other logistics necessary for District Assembly. Dr. Porter was introduced as
Missionary Evangelist, as well as one who served as pastor, church planter, rector, regional director and
now General Superintendent.
Dr. Wilson introduced Olivet Nazarene University President Dr. John Bowling, who would share
the morning devotional, and Dr. Jill Bowling. Dr. Wilson prayed and the Olivetians led in congregational
singing. Dr. Bowling shared a very encouraging devotional, urging each one to “Think Big,” noting that
the best days are ahead. The Olivetians sang while a video of Olivet was played on the overhead
screens. Dr. Bowling shared the Report of Olivet Nazarene University. Brian Allen and Tony Fightmaster
were introduced. Brian Allen presented each pastor and the District Superintendent with a polo shirt from
Olivet. Dr. Bowling presented a gift bag to Dr. Porter. The Olivet report was concluded by the Olivetians
singing one more selection. Dr. Porter then had the Olivetians distribute their CDs, encouraging all to pray
for Olivet Nazarene University, give generously to Olivet and be a recruitment officer for the University.
Dr. Porter then directed District Secretary, Dr. Edward H. Heck, to organize the assembly. Dr.
Heck stated the officers of the assembly will include the following: Recording Secretary - Mrs. Kathy
Heck; Pages – Rev. Todd Peeler and Rev. David Becker; Reader – Rev. Dave Anderson; Election
Secretary – Rev. Jeff Alexander. The voting bar was established as the entire floor and the platform.
Established times of the District Assembly shall be: 9 am – 12:00pm; Olivet Nazarene University
President’s Report – 9:10 am; Special Order of the Day - Acceptance of the Report of the District
Superintendent – 10:35 am; Memoirs Report, 12:15 pm; 2:00 pm – Workshops; 4:00 pm Worship, with
adjournment following the conclusion of the worship service.
Special greetings will be sent to our district-assigned missionaries - the Leslies, Ruthie Cordova
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and Lisa Lehman; and to former District Superintendent and wife Dr. Keith and Joan Bottles.
Dr. Heck stated that those pastors who have found it necessary to seat duly elected/appointed
alternate delegates have done so at the time of registration and have been checked for accuracy. He
recommended that all alternates be seated as part of the assembly without the reading of names.
Motion was made and seconded to accept the organization of the assembly as directed by the
District Secretary. The motion carried and the delegates were seated.
Dr. Wilson delivered the conclusion of his report, thanking the many members of the district team,
sharing statistics and special recognitions.
Dr. Porter made the Motion to approve the report of the District Superintendent. The motion was
seconded and was approved.
The Board of Tellers was called forward. Ballots for district officers were distributed. Dr. Porter
asked for a motion to approve the ballot. The motion was seconded and approved. Instructions were
given and the delegates voted. The votes were collected and the Board of Tellers was dismissed to tally
the votes.
Laurel Matson came forward to give the report from Nazarene Bible College. He stated that since
1967 NBC has been educating adults for ministry.
Dr. Porter introduced Dr. Donald E. Lain as the new representative from Church of the Nazarene
Foundation. Dr. Lain, Vice President of Gift Planning, came forward to share his story as the new
representative and how to participate through Legacy Giving. The report was concluded with a video
presentation.
The NPH materials were highlighted by Dr. Porter from the Catalog that was included in the
packet distributed to the delegates.
Dr. Porter presented the Constitutional Amendments that were adopted at the General Assembly
in Indianapolis, Indiana during the Twenty-eighth General Assembly in June, 2013, to be considered by
each district. The District considered adoption or non-adoption with action taken by the General
Assembly. Each item was projected on the screens, as follows:
•Articles of Faith, paragraph 1.22. Dr. Porter called for questions or debate. The delegation voted
by the uplifted hand and the resolution was adopted (concur) by the District Assembly.
•Manual Paragraph 18, Article of Faith XIV. Dr. Porter called for questions or debate. The
delegation voted by the uplifted hand and the resolution was adopted (concur) by the District Assembly.
•Manual Paragraph 27.1, Item 3. Dr. Porter called for questions or debate. The delegation voted
by the uplifted hand and the resolution was adopted (concur) by the District Assembly.
•Manual Paragraph 27.2, Item 3. Dr. Porter called for questions or debate. The delegation voted
by the uplifted hand and the resolution was adopted (concur) by the District Assembly.
•New Paragraph added to the Manual Paragraph 28.1. Dr. Porter called for questions or debate.
The delegation voted by the uplifted hand and the resolution was adopted (concur) by the District
Assembly.
•Manual Paragraph 30, amended. Dr. Porter called for questions or debate. The delegation voted
by the uplifted hand and the resolution was adopted (concur) by the District Assembly.
•Manual Paragraph 32, amended. Dr. Porter called for questions or debate. The delegation voted
by the uplifted hand and the resolution was adopted (concur) by the District Assembly.
Dr. Porter asked that action would be taken on the following reports without reading them aloud
as all the delegates had opportunity to read them prior to assembly.
Dr. Porter moved for the adoption of the District Ministerial Studies Board Report. The motion
was seconded and adopted.
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Dr. Porter moved for the adoption of the District Advisory Board Report. The motion was
seconded. Dr. Porter called for questions or debate. The report was adopted.
Dr. Ported moved for the adoption of the District Finance Committee Report. The motion was
seconded and Dr. Porter called for questions or debate. A vote was taken and the report was adopted.
Dr. Porter moved for the adoption of the District Treasurer’s Report. The motion was seconded.
Dr. Porter called for questions or debate followed by a vote. The report was adopted.
Dr. Porter moved for the adoption of the report indicating an audit was not necessary this year.
The motion was seconded and he called for questions or debate. The report was adopted.
District NMI President, Carla Lovett, came to the platform and invited the Senior Pastors and
Local NMI Presidents from those churches who have paid their WEF apportionment in full for 10 or more
consecutive years to come to the front of the sanctuary. Churches paying 110% or more were then
announced by Mrs. Lovett. Dr. Porter then asked for churches who would be willing to give extra toward
the WEF to make the Chicago Central District a 100% District. Several churches pledged so the district
could reach 100%.
A video was presented to introduce NYC 2015. It was noted that NYC2015.com is the website for
all NYC information. A DVD was then shown inviting Nazarenes to attend M15.
Pastor’s Reports from North and West Suburban Mission areas were shared followed by the
South, Central and South Suburban Mission Areas. All shared approximately one-minute stories of
victories and highlights from their church this past year. The Chicago City Church Pastors shared their
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reports during the NMI Convention on Saturday, April 5 . The Chicago City Pastors were asked to stand.
Dr. Wilson introduced new senior pastors and associate pastors.
Dr. Porter presented NMI president Carla Lovett with the “Award of Excellence” for outstanding
Achievement in Payment of World Evangelism Fund.
Dr. Porter announced that PALCON conferences will be held throughout the United States next
May, 2015. Dr. Porter invited the District Superintendent and District Secretary to make any necessary
announcements before the conclusion of the morning assembly session.
The morning session concluded with the Memorial Service. As names of ordained elders and church
members were scrolled on the screen, delegates from their local churches stood in their honor. Rev.
David Anderson led in the singing of “I Shall Know Him.” Rev. Susan Armstrong closed the memorial
service with prayer.
The delegation was dismissed for lunch break.
C. MONDAY AFTERNOON
April 7, 2014 – 2:00 p.m.
The afternoon session opened with workshops for delegates facilitated by Dr. David Nixon –
ComeBack Churches, and Bill Wiesman – Church Planting from 2:15 – 4:00pm.
Following the workshops, results of the 2014 Officer’s Election ballot were reported:
District Advisory Board (lay) total number of ballots cast: 208, ballots disqualified 2, total number of
valid ballots 206. Doug Perry 131, Cheryl Seymour 127, Karl Tabor 87, Tom Weitzel 56. Dr. Porter
declared Doug Perry and Cheryl Seymour elected to serve a three-year term.
District Advisory Board (clergy) total number of ballots cast: 199, ballots disqualified 0, total number
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of valid ballots 199. David Anderson 133, Doug Ward 66. Dr. Porter declared David Anderson elected to
serve a 3-year term.
Olivet Nazarene University Trustee (lay) total number of ballots cast: 208, ballots disqualified 0, total
number of valid ballots 208. Fred Hardy 141, Perry Jaynes 90, Matt McBurnie 74, Cheryl Seymour 93. Dr.
Porter declared Fred Hardy elected to serve a two-year term and Cheryl Seymour elected to finish the
vacant expiring term.
Olivet Nazarene University Trustee (clergy) total number of ballots cast: 204, disqualified 0, total
number of valid ballots 204. W. Randy Dodd 93, Edward H. Heck 111. Dr. Porter declared Edward H.
Heck elected to serve a two-year term.
SDMI Chairperson total number of ballots cast: 206, disqualified ballots 0, total number of valid
ballots 206. Rev. Dave Becker yes 198, no 8. Dr. Porter declared Dave Becker elected for a two-year
term.
Dr. Porter entertained the motion to authorize the district secretary to edit, harmonize and publish
the district journal. The motion was seconded and the delegates voted in agreement. Dr. Porter also
called for the adjournment of the assembly to be final at the conclusion of his sermon.
Dr. Porter preached about the need for the establishment of new churches and at the end of his
sermon asked each pastor to prepare a note with their name and current assignment on it and to indicate
where they would start a new work if the Lord directed them to do so. Dr. Porter asked Dr. Wilson to
come to the front of the sanctuary where the pastors delivered their notes. A time of prayer followed.
The 110th Assembly of the Chicago Central District concluded at 4:50 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
DR. JERRY PORTER, General Superintendent
DR. BRIAN E. WILSON, District Superintendent
DR. EDWARD H. HECK, District Secretary
MRS. KATHY HECK, Recording Secretary
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V. Reports
DISTRICT OFFICERS
A. District Superintendent’s Report 2014
Introduction
20/20 Vision
What is 20/20 Vision?
The American Optometric Association (www.aoa.org) defines it this way:
20/20 vision is a term used to express normal visual acuity (the clarity or sharpness of vision) measured
at a distance of 20 feet. If you have 20/20 vision, you can see clearly at 20 feet what should normally be
seen at that distance. If you have 20/100 vision, it means that you must be as close as 20 feet to see
what a person with normal vision can see at 100.
20/20 does not necessarily mean perfect vision. 20/20 vision only indicates the sharpness or clarity of
vision at a distance. There are other important vision skills, including peripheral awareness or side vision,
eye coordination, depth perception, focusing ability and color vision that contribute to your overall vision
ability.
Some people can see well at a distance, but are unable to bring nearer objects into focus. ... Others can
see items that are close, but cannot see those far away.”
So, for the purposes of my challenge to you tonight, leaving most of the personnel and statistics pieces
for tomorrow morning, let me suggest that Vision 2020 is one way of helping us look at the life of our
district with a measure of clarity and also to begin to focus on what lays out ahead of us just a short
distance, just six short years away, in the year 2020.
I propose to do so tonight by briefly looking back from whence we have come, looking around at where
we are now, and then looking ahead to what I believe God is calling the Chicago Central District to in the
coming years.
LOOKING BACK
For the past few years, ever since our Centennial celebration, I have been in habit of looking back at the
assembly records of 100 and 50 years prior. It is always fascinating to me to read about the vision of the
district superintendents and of the church. Those were different days, different times, and yet the identity,
mission and message of the Church of the Nazarene has remained constant.
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Today and tomorrow, we celebrate the 110 District Assembly of the Chicago Central District.
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1914 was the year of our 10 District Assembly
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The 10 District Assembly of the Chicago Central District was celebrated Sept. 23-27, 1914 in Olivet,
Illinois. The District Superintendent serving and reporting was Dr. E. P. Ellyson.
A new DS was elected in the person of Rev. I. G. Martin, of 6356 Eggleston Avenue, Chicago, who was
then serving as pastor of Chicago First Church. The District Secretary was Charles A. Brown, of Olivet,
Illinois. The four additional District Advisory Board members included Rev. J. W. Lawrence of
Grand Rapids, MI, Rev. U.E. Harding of Indianapolis, IN, Mr. E.E. Freshney of Indianapolis, and Mr.
David Anderson of Chicago, IL.
Dr. Phineas F. Bresee , general superintendent, chaired the assembly.
“The Illinois Holiness University furnished an excellent choir and orchestra throughout the Assembly.” (p.
13). We are grateful for the part Olivet Nazarene University plays in our district family gathering.
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District Assembly is a time many of us look forward to because it provides us the opportunity to see
friends from across the district that we may not have seen in a year. It provides for accountability and
allows the district to affirm the character of our pastors and to approve their assignments. We hope the
ministers will actually be present to hear these affirmations of their character and ministry. We often use
the phrase “the character of Rev. so-and-so was passed.” I had to chuckle a bit as I read this portion of
the 1914 Journal:
“On motion, the character of A. L. Johnson was passed, and referred to the next District Superintendent
to inquire as to his whereabouts.” (p. 15)
E. P. Ellyson had been appointed DS the previous year, by GS Walker. While he served as treasurer for
the Illinois Holiness University, he had planned to give at least a month of his time to visit churches and
assist them. However, the school that year faced some significant challenges, requiring more of his time
and he was unable to travel as planned to more than a handful of churches. His recommendation was
that the assembly elect another DS who would then be asked to give full time to the task of the
superintendency, specifically to the care of existing churches and to the organization of new works. (p.
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It was also at that 10 assembly, by a vote of 74 to 50, that the decision was made to change the district
boundaries again, and the CCD was left with Illinois, Wisconsin and Upper Michigan. Indiana and
Michigan would became their own districts. From 1914 until 1948 the boundaries would be changed three
more
times, until the 1948 assembly created the district with the 11 ½ counties we currently serve in
northeastern Illinois.
Dr. Bresee did not immediately organize those new districts (primarily because Indiana and Michigan
were reluctant, and also because of the potential severing of the relation thereby with Illinois Holiness
University), but they were organized
shortly after the assembly, leaving Chicago Central with the state of Illinois (with 23 churches), and
separating Indiana (with 7 churches) and Michigan (with 7 churches). Prior to the 19
15 Assembly, the state of Wisconsin was added to the Chicago Central District by the general
superintendents.
In 1914 Chicago First Church was the only Nazarene church in the city of Chicago. In 1915, the South
Shore (or Woodlawn) church was started, with the help of Chicago First Church.
Rev. I. G. Martin during the next year served as both DS and pastor of Chicago First Church.
1964 was the year of our “60th” Assembly:
It was also the year of a general assembly. In 1964 General Assembly, two new “junior colleges” were
authorized to be established, sharing educational territory with Olivet.
The District Assembly was held at Chicago First Church, July 29-31, 1964, at the corner of 83
Damen in the Auburn Gresham neighborhood.
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The GS was Samuel Young
The DS was Mark R. Moore (lived in Bradley, IL, in a district-owned parsonage at 1394 Blatt Blvd. and
with an office at 471 W. Broadway.
On the Advisory Board were Forrest W. Nash of Bourbonnais, Willis E. Snowbarger of Bourbonnais, IL,
Sylvester A. Smith of Danville and Lauren I. Seaman of 10633 Emerald Ave, Chicago.
By this time, the district was now limited to the current 11 ½ counties of northeast Illinois. We had a good
grouping of churches in the Danville area and in the Kankakee area. Our presence in the suburbs of
Chicago was growing.
Our one church in the city in 1914 of Chicago had become 7 churches and missions in 1964.
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● Chicago Austin (corner of Race and Pine, on the west side Austin neighborhood, pastored by Alvin
Smith)
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● Chicago Emerald Avenue (105 and Emerald Ave. in the Roseland neighborhood, pastored by
Sam Smith)
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● Chicago First (which had moved to 83 and Damen, in the Auburn Gresham neighborhood,
pastored by Cecil Ewell)
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● Chicago Ingleside Ave. (72 Street and Ingleside, in the Grand Crossing neighborhood, pastored
by Rufus Sanders)
● Chicago Midwest (3749 W. Huron, in the Humboldt Park neighborhood, pastored by Robert
Layman)
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● Chicago Mt. Greenwood (105 and Kedzie in the Mt. Greenwood neighborhood, pastored by W. R.
York)
● Chicago Northside (at that time at 3848 N. Greenview, in the Lakeview neighborhood)
LOOKING AROUND
Over the last fifty years, Nazarene presence in the city of Chicago peaked at 13 and declined to 5, as the
city underwent significant social transitions and churches moved and/or closed. When Joan and I arrived
we found work in 5 neighborhoods. Dr. Jim Diehl, who is with us tonight, was our first presiding GS, as I
challenged the CCD to “go to the City with Love”. I wonder if Dr. Diehl imagined at that time, that one day
his grandson would be one of those who heard God’s call to go “to Chicago with love”? It has not been
easy going, as funds for support of church planters and properties have not been readily available. But
we have chipped away at the task, laying some firm foundations of missional strategy by adopting an
incarnational, contextualized, multicultural approach to urban ministry. We have moved the district office
and the district superintendent into the city, and have issued a call for church planters to come who would
be co-vocational and commit themselves to living out holiness in the context of a specific community and
allowing the form of the church to be shaped by the dynamic of the relationships being intentionally built
in the name of Jesus. God has honored us with some incredible church planters, and their numbers are
growing. Chicago First Church has returned to the city with its ministry in the Austin neighborhood.
Churches like Northside and Ingleside, that have faithfully remained in the city continue to serve as
historical anchors of Nazarene presence. Our Hispanic work continues to grow and reproduce itself.
Gage Park, organized just a couple of years ago, was the first new work on the southside of the city in six
decades.
For the past few years my personal goal has been “14 in 14”. Having never enjoyed Nazarene presence
in more than 13 neighborhoods, 14 is a significant marker for us. While not all of the following are fully
organized church, today we have Nazarene presence in the following neighborhoods:
1. Austin (Chicago First)
2. Gage Park
3. Grand Crossing (Chicago Ingleside)
4. Humboldt Park (First Spanish)
5. Irving Park (Emanuel Spanish)
6. Lincoln Park (Reach77)
7. Lincoln Square (Ch. Northside-Ravenswood)
8. Lakeview (Reach77)
9. The Loop
10. Mt. Greenwood (x2)
11. Pilsen (Grace Fellowship)
12. Rogers Park (Grace Fellowship)
13. Uptown
14. West Pullman
We made it to “14 in 14”! In 2014-15 we have plans to enter Ashburn (the site of our southwest side
ministry hub), Hyde Park and, Lord willing, several other neighborhoods.
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Along with our advance in the city of Chicago, and church planting in other parts of the district, such as
the new Hispanic work in Highland Park, there are several really bright spots that I see as I look at the
broad picture of the CCD:
● Our NYI is alive and active and full of energy and dreams. Last year our youth took first place at
the Regional Celebrate Life event. Yesterday at NYI Convention, many of our teens gave
testimony to how God was working in their lives and using them for His purposes.
● Our missions council is keeping the global mission task always before us. CCD Nazarenes are a
generous people and this year gave over 1.6 million dollars to the cause of global missions, 1
million of that in the way of 10% missions specials. We are 12,000 shy of reaching our goal of
being 100% paid for WEF again this year, and I believe we will get there. Our partnership with the
Costa Rica Norte District has resulted in over 150 CCD Nazarenes having their first Work and
Witness experience and several of our own have received a call to missions to been assigned to
mission fields as a result. Just this week Danilo Aguilar and his wife received news that they were
being assigned to the Western Mediterranean Field later this year. CCD is a sending district.
● Our SDMI is helping us think about what Christian discipleship needs to look like in this new day,
and is providing training opportunities for us throughout the year.
● Our churches are finding ways to become more relevant and visible and effective in their context.
This year I had the privilege of dedicating the new facility for the Living Water Church, in the heart
of downtown Morris. No other church on the district has neon lights and a theatre marquis
announcing the holiness message. We congratulate Living Water Church.
● Our churches have longevity as well. This year Chicago Heights celebrated their centennial,
becoming the third church on the district to do so, following Chicago First and Danville First.
Mundelein, our host church, this year celebrates 60 years! These churches have found a way to
continually develop new vision and remain relevant in a changing world.
● Our preaching of the Holiness message is strong, and Holiness Summits in Danville and Joliet are
an annual highlight on our calendar, as are the Fruin Holiness Lectures at Olivet and the regular
revival meetings held across the district.
But there is much work yet to do, and we need a plan to accomplish it.
LOOKING AHEAD
In bullet point format, for the sake of brevity, let me suggest that, as we move toward 2020, we move
forward with the following 10 initiatives:
1. We continue to be a church given to prayer as the foundation for any movement of God, relying
on the power of the infilling Holy Spirit to mobilize His church in mission, for the transformation of
lives, families, communities and nations.
2. We need to continue to develop the mission area system, to provide localized, equipped and
authorized assistance to our local churches through mission area assistants to the DS. Each
mission area needs to develop a strategic plan for church development, partnership and church
planting that addresses the particular context in which they minister.
3. In the city of Chicago, over several years, we need to establish 7 ministry hubs, as the one in the
Ashburn neighborhood, which will serve as a base for the development of ministries in 10
surrounding neighborhoods, providing space for congregational life, ministerial education,
compassionate ministries, Work and Witness housing, transitional housing for church planters,
transitional housing for compassionate ministry type efforts, and administrative support space.
4. We need to continue to press toward the goal of having a Nazarene ministry presence in each of
the 77 community areas of Chicago. If we have reached: 14 in 14, could we dream about doubling
that number by 2020? And then doubling again the next six years? And then being in all 77 areas
by 2030?
5. I believe we need to do our best to resource our pastors with opportunities for continuing
education in at least two areas that many never experience: a personal experience of the Holy
Land, and a visit to the sites of our Wesleyan theological heritage. I have shared with the DAB my
desire that the district find a way to help make it possible for every pastor to be able to preach from
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the New Testament, with the background of a personal experience of having walked where Jesus
walked. Those trips are not cheap, and many of our pastors cannot afford to go on their own, so I
am working on plans for churches and the district to partner together to help their pastor,
sometime over the next four years, to visit the Holy Land if they so desire. Then, I think it is
important for them to also visit the land of Wesley and become more familiar with the development
of our distinctive theology and doctrine.
6. We need to continue to develop a strong support infrastructure for church planters, providing them
with training, mentoring and connections with existing congregations for emotional and prayer
support.
7. We need to provide training and resources for pastors of churches that need to experience
renewal and “a come-back” if you will. Church planting and church renewal need to happen
simultaneously. Otherwise, we will simply be replacing dying churches with new churches. We
need all of our churches to thrive!
8. We need to do a better job of helping churches recognize when they need to make fiscal
adjustments. In the past year we tried to help a local church respond to a fiscal crisis that we were
made aware of perhaps too late. The result was not we desired, as we closed the Word and
Worship church in Aurora. This leaves Aurora, the second largest city in the state of Illinois, with a
population of 200,000 without a Nazarene presence. This cannot be. We must return, in a different
location, with a different strategy, but with the holiness message. Already the Naperville Trinity
Church is talking with us about sponsoring a new work in Aurora.
9. We need to continue to give ourselves to global mission as we have through the Global Missional
Partnership with the Costa Rica Norte District. That partnership was planned to last from 20112015. We will need to either extend that partnership or find a new district to partner with, to bless
and to be blessed as we live out our identity as an international Christian, Holiness and Missional
church. And may God continue to send CCD Nazarenes in service for short-term and long-term
assignments around the globe.
10. Many of these initiatives will require funding that we do not currently have. Along with greater
participation in the DEF by our local churches, we need to find additional revenue streams for
district ministry funding. Your DS and DAB have resisted any kind of overt capital campaign
efforts, leaving those for the local church and the college. However, we do believe that our people
will give to specific new district ministry projects in ways that will not detract from local church
giving, and so far we have done little with planned and deferred giving. We need to do more in this
area. I estimate we need to be raising $100,000 per year more than we currently do, to effectively
pursue our missional priorities on the district. I am issuing a challenge for CCD Nazarenesto
commit to giving an additional $25 per month to help the district churches reach their district-wide
goals. We are developing ways to make it easy to give online and consistently in ways that will
make a significant impact on our work.
Membership in 1914 was 2,634. In 1964 it was 5,666. In 2014 it is 10,368 –our highest ever, but just a
very slight increase from last year.
CONCLUDING REMARKS
In 1964, DS Mark Moore concluded his report with the following remarks, to which I say “Amen” and
appropriate as my own. I use them to conclude my report and challenge to us this evening:
On a personal note, regarding the task of the superintendencey, he wrote:
“Fourteen hour days are normal, and up to eighteen hour days are not uncommon at times in caring for
the work of the district. I have not tried to spare myself in the task....You have been good to me and my
family. May God bless you for it...One burden lies heavy on my heart. I want God to give us a spiritual
break-through this year which will strengthen the foundation of our work for greater exploits for His cause.
It is easy to become routine, indifferent, formal, and ritualistic. The only antidote is to be filled with the
Spirit. A Spirit-filled church is not a dull, lifeless thing. It is vibrant, vital, strong, and happy. It is awake to
opportunities for service. It successfully resists temptations and hindrances of Satan. It is peaceful,
joyous, useful, and powerful. I want every church on the Chicago Central District
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to be that type of church. In the Power of the Spirit WE CAN–WE MUST!”
Statistics:
While we are still getting some final information in from churches and finalizing numbers, right now we
believe we can report the following statistics:
● We report 71 organized churches.
● We received 381 New Nazarenes by profession of faith.
● Our church membership this year stands at 10,368 the most in our district’s history. That is an
increase over last year. However it is an increase of just 3. We can do better.
● Our discipleship enrollment is 10,530 and our attendance is 4,671, also down from last year’s
5,270. That is a significant drop. I understand that we find it difficult to accurately count some of
the innovative and creative ways in which we do discipleship, but I want to encourage us to
intentionally track those for whom the church is providing discipleship opportunities and monitor
their growth. This statistic is a critically important statistic, and I don’t believe we have a good
handle on what is really taking place in many of our discipleship efforts. I am going to ask our
SDMI to help us get a better handle on this, provide training and give us tools to both build and
track attendance better.
● Another number that concerns me, assuming all the pastors’ reports are correct, is the average
worship attendance. I know that “regular attendance” used to be thought of as 3 out of 4
Sundays, and now if people attend once or twice a month they are considered regular attenders.
Our average worship attendance this year was 7,083. That was a significant decline of nearly 4
00 from last year. Perhaps there are some numbers reported incorrectly that we have yet to
correct, but even so, if we look at the trend over the last decade, it is not a good one. We are
1,100 under our average attendance of 10 years ago. That is not a sustainable trend for us. I
return to my comments last night that we need to both plant new churches AND revitalize existing
congregations. We all need to be growing. A district that is now 110 years old deals with the issue
of renewed vision constantly in local churches. The statistics and studies don’t lie. Any church in
decline must renew its vision and begin to do things differently if it is to remain relevant as an
agent of transformation in its community. I have invited Dr. David Nixon to share with us this
afternoon and to encourage us in bringing about change in our local churches and district. This is
vital for us if we are to accomplish our mission. If a local church is relevant as an agent of
transformation in its community, I am convinced it will grow. Let’s get those 400 attenders back
this year, let’s close the back door, let’s intentionally seek out those for whom Jesus died and
make sure they have an opportunity to know him personally as Lord and Saviour and Sanctifier.
The Christian discipleship journey is not intended to be a solitary one. It is a shared journey, and
gathering for regular weekly worship is a significant part of that journey. Let’s drive that home this
year with grace and vision and strong leadership in our local churches. May God be glorified in
our efforts to do so.
Financial Statistics:
● Our churches raised a total of $12,305,725 this fiscal year.
● Of that 1.6 million was given to the cause of missions. $563,950 of that through WEF and over
a million through 10% approved missions specials. We are $12,000 short of meeting 100%
payment of WEF as a district, and I want to call on those churches that have not paid 100% to
step up and help the district get there. Many of our churches have overpaid their WEF to help us
get to where we are. 29 churches met the criteria to be WEF Award of Excellence Churches, 18
paid 110% or more of WEF goal,
● $498,508 was given toward the District Evangelism Fund, 97% of our goal.
● $248,643 was given toward the Educational Fund, putting us at 100%
● $222,250 was given toward the Pensions and Benefits Fund, putting us at 94%, short by
$17,000. Again, any churches that can finish paying their obligation here, will help us all.
All Apportionments Paid in Full (37):
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● Aroma Park
● Blue Island Spanish
● Bradley First
● Chicago First
● Chicago Gage Park
● Chicago Heights
● Chicago Northside
● Chicago Oak Lawn First
● Danville Cedar Grove
● Danville First
● Danville Southside
● Danville Westside
● Elgin
● Gilman
● Grace Fellowship
● Hoopeston Community
● Joliet Crystal Lawns
● Joliet First
● Kankakee College
● Kankakee Eastridge
● Kankakee First
● Kankakee Westbrook
● Kankakee Wildwood
● Kempton
● Lighthouse Community
● Lincoln Park
● Manteno
● Milfrod
● Momence First
● Mundelein
● North Chicago
● Paxton
● Potomac
● Waukegan First
● Wilmington First
● Worth
Special Recognitions:
● Centennial Anniversaries–Chicago Heights
● 60th Anniversary–Mundelein
● WEF Payment Recognition–Dr. Porter
Respectfully submitted,
Brian E. Wilson
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B. DISTRICT BOARDS
1. District Advisory Board
We, the District Advisory Board of the Chicago Central District, have met four times and held
three conference calls during the 12-month fiscal year (Manual 222.20), to conduct the business of the
district under the leadership of Dr. Brian E. Wilson, district superintendent. We have served in an advisory
capacity to the district superintendent (222.8) in his supervision of the departments, boards and
committees of the district, and have encouraged him in his exercise of missional leadership, for purposes
of church extension and church planting, the training and credentialing of ministers, the preaching of the
holiness message, the transformation of our communities, and of a harvest of souls for the Kingdom of
God. We are committed to being a church that makes Christlike disciples on the Chicago Central District
and in the nations of the world.
1.
We have granted interim transfers to the following persons: Ronald L. Allen (LM –Elder
Track) to the Tennessee District; Timothy J. Britton (Elder) to the North Arkansas District;
Caroline Burch (LM –Elder Track) to the Northeast Indiana District; Ian C. Cole (LM –Elder
Track) to the Kentucky District; R. Kendall Franklin (Elder) to the Arizona District; Aaron A.
Gregory (Elder) to the Michigan District; Jeffrey P. Hodge (Elder) to the Michigan District; Eun
Ho Kim (Elder) to the South Central Ohio District; Ho Kyung Kwak (Elder) to the Korea
District; Adam Lewis (Elder) to the Nebraska District; Brandon Metzger (LM - Elder Track) to
the Northern Michigan District; Brian D. Smith (Elder) to the Arizona District; Dale A. Stoops
(LM –Elder Track) to the Southwest Indiana District. (Manual paragraphs 223; 203.9)
2.
We have approved interim transfers from other districts and referred them to the Ministerial
Credentials Board including the following persons: Dennis J. Crocker (Elder) from the Kansas
City District; Jonathan D. Croft (LM – Elder Track) from the Michigan District; Dennis Dilbeck
(Elder) from the Florida District; Kenneth J. Garner (Elder) from the Michigan District; Teresa
Beth Garner (Elder) from the Michigan District; Gary D. Gerstenberger (Elder) from the
Indianapolis District; Carlos A. Lonberger (Elder) from the Southwestern Indiana District;
Robert Mitchell (Elder) from the Michigan District; Brent L. Norman (LM – Elder Track) from
the Michigan District; Sharon D. Norman (LM – Elder Track) from the Michigan District; Roy
F. Quanstrom (Elder) from the Northwestern Illinois District; Brian Reams (Deacon) from the
Wisconsin District; Matthew J. Ryba (LM – Elder Track) from the Virginia District; Daniel J.
Taylor (Elder) from the Northwest Ohio District; and Jung Suk Yang (Elder) from the South
Korean National District; (223; 203.8)
3.
We have approved the district superintendent’s recommendation for appointment or
reappointment of the following serving as pastors: Pedro Aguilar (Chicago Emanuel Spanish),
José Alfaro (Chicago First Spanish), David Becker (Joliet Crystal Lawns), Jerry Bimber
(Lombard), Steve Cook (Living Water), Edy de Leon (Mt. Prospect International co-pastor),
Derek Diehl (Reach77 -- Lincoln Park), Eleuterio Dominguez (Cristo La Unica Esperanza),
Michael Evans (Chicago Ingleside and West Pullman), Michael Fisk (Paxton), Ezequiel
Garcia (Chicago Gage Park), Kevin Gardner (Lighthouse Community), Ryan Hansen (Grace
Fellowship), Brandon Hird (Momence), Dae Haeng Hur (New Song Mission), Hoang Huynh
(Chicago Uptown Vietnamese), Robert Killion (Milford), Young C. Kim (Mt. Prospect
International co-pastor), Carlos Lonberger (Reach77 – Mt. Greenwood), William Luttrell
(Wilmington), Sergio Mayorga (Blue Island Spanish), Wesley Mills (Blue Island); Gilmar
Pineda (Chicago Summit Spanish), Enrique Polanco (West Chicago), Alberto Quezada
(Aroma Park), Jamil Qandah (Chicago Oak Lawn Arabic), Israel Ramirez (Highland Park),
Matthew Ryba (Reach 77 – Lakeview), Lauren Seaman (Reach77 -- Lincoln Park), Victor
Walker (House of Prayer Ministries), Debora White (Sheldon), William Wiggins (Danville
Cedar Grove), and Bill Wright (Danville Westside). (117)
4.
We approve the recommendation for granting SPC role code and renewal of those in special
service or interdenominational ministries: Elizabeth Bjorling, Laurie J. Braaten, William Bray,
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David W. Clark, Troy W. Martin, and Uk Ryel Ryu. (435.11)
5.
We declared the Word and Worship Church a “church in crisis” (125-125.2)
6.
We declared the Word and Worship Christian Community Church and the Casa de Dios
Church inactive for a period of transition. (106)
7.
We declared the Word and Worship Christian Community Church disorganized, after it was
declared a “church in crisis” and after a district - prepared plan for renewal was rejected by
the remaining congregants, and following a time when it was inactive. (106-106.5)
8.
We approved the sale of three vacant lots on Gordon Street, in Kankakee, which were
deeded in the name of the district but which properly were for the use of the Kankakee
Wildwood Church. That sale was executed in this fiscal year and the proceeds went to the
Wildwood Church. We approved the listing for sale of the Aurora (Jericho Rd.) church
building and parsonage properties. That property has not yet sold. (106.2, 222.5)
9.
We approved the purchase of a parsonage at 12500 South Lowe Avenue in the West
Pullman neighborhood of Chicago, for use in the starting of a house church in that area. The
expectation is that the new congregation will purchase the house from the district, as it
develops.(222.5) We are grateful for the denomination’s Alabaster program which helped us
make the down payments on these purchases. In partial fulfillment of our commitment to our
missional partnership with the Costa Rica Norte District, we authorized the contribution of
$100,000 ($40,000 of which is yet to be raised voluntarily by our local churches) toward the
purchase of a property with existing structures, in the city of Muelle, Costa Rica, for use as
the district center for this growing sister district. The remainder of the purchase price was
covered by the Costa Rica Norte District and the Alabaster program through the
Mesoamerica Region. This facility will be used for pastoral training, a School of Evangelism,
housing of Work and Witness teams, camps and more. A new Nazarene church is already
meeting at the facility. We praise God for this significant step in the Costa Rica Norte
District’s development toward becoming a regular, self-supporting Phase 3 district.
10. Functioning as the elected District Church Properties Board (233-234.5) we approved the
proposals submitted by Chicago Calvary and Joliet Crystal Lawns Churches for refinancing
and additional debt to cover remodeling projects. We denied requests by Lighthouse
Community and House of Prayer for additional debt and refinancing, and continue to work
with these two congregations on other solutions to their building needs.
11. At the request of the district superintendent, the DAB established a document outlining the
minimum level of insurance coverage that any local church should maintain on its property.
That document was distributed to all our pastors. The DAB reminds every local church that
no church property should ever be without insurance coverage, and that it is the responsibility
of the local church to maintain such coverage. The church should provide proof of coverage
annually to the district office, at the same time as the local church operating budget is
submitted. We propose adding this document and instruction to the District Assembly
Finance Committee Report.
12. We established the 2014-15 fiscal year as March 1, 2014–February 28, 2015. (222.1, 114.1)
13. We approved the District Superintendent’s specific recommendations for the appointment of
Mission Area Assistants to the District Superintendent, as well as the district support
personnel recommended by the DS (222.13).
14. We celebrate the establishment, during 2013-14, of new works in the Chicago Lakeview and
Chicago West Pullman neighborhoods, and the move of Grace of Fellowship Church into the
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Rogers Park and Pilsen neighborhoods with worship and Bible Study. This puts a Nazarene
ministry presence in 14 of the 77 neighborhoods, the most we have ever had in our 110 year
history. Let us not look back, but press on quickly to “at least 15 in 2015” and to all 77 within
a few years! We celebrate the efforts to begin a new Hispanic work in the city of Elgin.
Church planting is needed and a priority for us in suburban areas like Aurora (the second
largest city in Illinois, with a population of 200,000), and in the rural counties of our district,
like Ford County where we have only one church. We affirm the plans to continue to provide
church planting training for church planters, for churches planting churches, and for mentors
of church planters during this next fiscal year.
15. We recognized Chicago Heights Church of the Nazarene, which celebrated her Centennial in
October of 2013. Our congratulations to Pastor Randy Dodd and the Chicago Heights Church
on this significant milestone! We recognize the Mundelein Church, host church for District
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Assembly, at the celebration of their 60 Anniversary this year!
16. We are supportive of our District Superintendent in the intervention efforts required to bring
about changes that are necessary for the health of our churches, and we ask our pastors and
church boards to work cooperatively and in harmony with our DS and the Mission Area
Assistants in these efforts.
17. At the end of fiscal year 2013-14, we identified several churches as falling into the category of
subsidized churches, either because of the need for district expense on their behalf during
the fiscal year just ended, or because of the withholding of funds from any or all of the four
apportionment funds. As subsidized churches, their pastors are subject to annual
appointment by the DS and DAB (117), and they are required by the DAB to follow a plan of
action established by the DAB for more intentional monitoring and for a renewal of local
church health. It is our hope to be able to declare many or all of these churches returned to
regular operating status at the next district assembly. These churches include: Chicago First
Spanish, Chicago Ingleside Community, Chicago Oak Lawn Arabic, Chicago Southside
Arabic, Highland Park Mission, House of Prayer, Lombard, Mt. Prospect International,
Mundelein Spanish, West Chicago, and Wilmington First (Note: list to be updated as APRs
are completed).
18. Prior to the 2013 District Assembly, and in the course of the review of district finances and
the conducting of our four-year full audit, we identified 37 accounts receivable being held by
the district, awaiting payment by local churches. Many of these represent health insurance
premiums, property insurance premiums, property purchases or emergency property repairs,
for which the district advanced funds but has not been repaid. We ask each of these
churches to work with the Mission Area Assistant and the DS and DAB on a realistic plan for
repayment, and to begin or continue making payments this year. Recuperating these
advanced funds will help the district be in a position to respond to similar needs by local
churches in the future.
19. Based on the actual average monthly revenue of $40,000 from our local churches for the
District Evangelism Fund during fiscal year 2013-14, plus anticipated income from shared use
of our properties and other gifts, we approve a $500,000 district operating budget for fiscal
year 2014-15. This budget, recommended by the District Superintendent, includes funding for
district administration and personnel, for our SDMI, NMI and NYI operating budgets, for
General Assembly expenses, for church planting work, and for various missional efforts that
are part of our district strategic mission plan.
20. We approved the following for submission to the GMC as Approved Missions Specials for
purposes of charitable giving: All new church planting efforts on the district until organization,
including the Reach77 efforts in Chicago, Center of Hope CMC, the community
transformation efforts in Pembroke, and INTRSCT CMC in Chicago.
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21. We celebrate the district-to-district partnership that we are enjoying with the Costa Rica Norte
District and DS, Rev. Johnny Calvo, and are grateful for the way in which this partnership is
blessing our own district constituency and giving us an avenue for service alongside our
“Tico” brothers and sisters. They are an inspiration to us.
We praise God for the vision and leadership of our district superintendent, the service of our
district secretary and treasurer and district support staff, and the ministry and commitment of the entire
Chicago Central district team. Thank you for the privilege of serving our pastors and churches this past
year. We do it with great love for the church of Jesus Christ, and with great optimism for the future of our
district.
Respectfully submitted,
FRED HARDY, Secretary
BRIAN WILSON, Chairman
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2. Ministerial Credentials Board
Partial Report
We, your Ministerial Credentials Board, submit the following report:
We recommend the following ministers be received on transfer: Dennis J. Crocker (Elder) from
the Kansas City District, Jonathan D. Croft (LM – Elder Track) from the Michigan District, Dennis Dilbeck
(Elder) from the Florida District, Kenneth J. Garner (Elder) from the Michigan District, Teresa Beth Garner
(Elder) from the Michigan District, Gary D. Gerstenberger (Elder) from the Indianapolis District, Carlos A.
Lonberger (Elder) from the Southwest Indiana District, Robert Mitchell (Elder) from the Michigan District,
Brent L. Norman (LM – Elder Track) from the Michigan District, Sharon D. Norman (LM – Elder Track)
from the Michigan District, Roy F. Quanstrom (Elder) from the Northwestern Illinois District, Brian S.
Reams (Deacon) from the Wisconsin District, Matthew J. Ryba (LM – Elder Track) from the Virginia
District, Daniel J. Taylor (Elder) from the Northwest Ohio District. (223; 203.8)
Respectfully submitted,
EDWARD H. HECK, Secretary
CARL LETH, Chairman
Final Report
We recommend that the following be granted renewal of district minister’s license: Robert E.
Adams, Danilo I. Aguilar, Jeffrey C. Alexander, Justin Alger, William Bahr, Michael A. Benson, Rebekah
S. Bowman, Carlos E. Bran, Jonathan Burkey, Tina Burton, Rachel Ann Campbell, Tyler Campbell, David
Cardenas, Joseph Cash, Ashley M. Cook, Jonathan D. Croft, Trevor Dace, Brandon K. Davey, Edy de
Leon, Licet de Leon, Derek Diehl, David Joseph Diveley Sr., Eleuterio Dominguez, Jennifer Duckwall,
Matthew Elless, Michael Evans, Thomas Evans, Aaron Florian, Aaron M. Gall, Jose Enrique Garcia, Rita
Garcia, Kevin Gardner, Kyan R. Glenn, William M. Gonzalez, Allison Gregory, Cynthia Grieb, Tanner
Griffin, Jeffrey R. Grindle, James Guffey, Jennifer Jensen, Jessica D. Karuchit, Cory Koehn, Andrew
Kring, Reuben Lillie, Romina Maldonado, Craig Manes, Alan Miller, Elizabeth J. Moore, Brent L. Norman,
Sharon D. Norman, Michael R. Pierson, Sandra Pineda, Edith Pinto, Rodolfo Pinto, Alberto Quezada,
Israel Ramirez, Matthew J. Ryba, Uk Ryel Ryu, Scott Sargent, Lauren Seaman, Hamish Seegers,
Stephanie E. Smith, Ellen Steward, Nadine M. Stith, Oscar J. Trujillo, Don Wilson, and John A. Wright.
We recommend that the following be granted district minister's license: Brandon M. Carter, Kevin
Hatcher, Dustin Hogan, Tara Beth Leach, Jacob D. Salem, and Tyler Sauer.
We recommend that the following be elected to elder’s orders and be placed on the roll of elders
in the Church of the Nazarene: Jeffrey C. Alexander, Derek Diehl, and Kyan R. Glenn.
We recommend the following ministers serving in connectional interests as faculty or high-level
administration at a Nazarene institution of higher learning be granted a role code of EDU: Michael W.
Benson, Leon M. Blanchette, John C. Bowling, Wilfredo Canales, Dennis J. Crocker, Ron Dalton, Teresa
Beth Garner, Mark E. Holcomb, Carl Leth, Timothy J. Mercer, Franklin Moore, Kent R. Olney, Charles
Perabeau, Mark Quanstrom, Donald O. Reddick, Jr., Robert Doyle Smith, Walter W. Webb and David
Wine.
We recommend the following ministers serving in connectional interest in Nazarene institutions
be granted a role code of SPC: William Bahr, David R. Becker, Donald R. Bellomy, Michael A. Benson,
Jonathan D. Croft, Trevor Dace, Brandon K. Davey, Gary D. Dearth, Jeffrey W. Enfield, Gary D.
Gerstenberger, Justin D. Knight, William H. Koch, Stanley N. Martin, John Mongerson, David Morris, Mark
C. Mountain, Matthew A. Smith, and Brian J. Utter.
We recommend the following for special service in interdenominational capacities be granted
renewal of the role code of SPC: Elizabeth Bjorling, Laurie J. Braaten, William Bray, David W. Clark, Troy
W. Martin, and Uk Ryel Ryu.
We recommend that the following be granted active evangelism services retired (ESR): Earl
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Morgan.
We recommend that the following be granted a role code of registered evangelist (EVR):
Michael W. Benson, Daniel Wheelock, and Raul Zaldivar.
We recommend that the following be granted renewal of registered song evangelist (SER):
Anthony P. Fightmaster.
We recommend that the following be granted a role code of chaplain (CHP): Marsha Collins,
Craig Crombar, Christopher S. Easton, Mark E. Holcomb, Duane B. Kaufman, James B. Lee, Marlin
Ludwig, Thomas W. McCann, Howard G. Millhuff, and Gordon Williams.
We recommend that the following be removed from the roll of elders - Deceased: William Ward
Dean, C. William Ellwanger, Gordon C. Wickersham, and Harold J. Yochim.
We recommend that the following be dropped from the roll of deacons, and have his credential
assigned a removed status, having joined another denomination: Gregg Chenoweth.
We recommend that the following elders be advised of their unassigned status prior to being
dropped from the roll of elders: Robert Anderson, Grover Brooks, J. Wade Dickson, Dennis Dilbeck, Jon
Dodds, Sunil Gaikwad, James I Harris, Constante Laurea, Ronald Panos, Keith A Simon, Claude A
Snodgrass, Donald Ward, Milton Watson, and Raymond L. White.
We recommend that the following deacons be advised of their unassigned status prior to being
dropped from the roll of deacons: Edith K. Allen, Jon E. Klavohn, and Brian S. Reams.
We refer to the District Advisory Board the following assigned ministers serving as supply
pastors: Enrique Polanco (West Chicago), Alberto Quezada (Aroma Park), and Hosny Reyad (Chicago
Southside Arabic).
Respectfully submitted,
EDWARD H. HECK, Secretary
CARL LETH, Chairman
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3. Ministerial Studies Board
The Board of Ministerial Studies makes the following recommendations:
That the following students be Graduated from the course of study: Thomas Evans (Elder); Kevin
Hatcher (Elder); and Jacob D. Salem (Elder).
That the following students be placed in the course of study in the level indicated:
Fourth Level- Rebekah S. Bowman (Deacon), Tina Burton (Elder), Brandon M. Carter (Elder),
Ashley M. Cook (Deacon), Matthew Elless (Elder), Michael Evans (Elder), Rita Garcia (Elder), Kevin
Gardner (Elder), William M. Gonzalez (Elder), Tanner Griffin (Elder), Dustin Hogan (Deacon), Craig
Manes (Elder), Matthew Ryba (Elder), Uk Ryel Ryu (Elder), Hamish Seegers (Elder), Ellen Steward
(Elder), and Oscar Trujillo (Elder).
Third Level- William Bahr (Elder), Joseph Cash (Elder), Edy De Leon (Elder), David Diveley
(Elder), Jose Enrique Garcia (Deacon), Jessica Karuchit (Elder), Reuben Lillie (Elder), Michael R. Pierson
(Elder), and Don Wilson (Elder);
Second Level- Robert E. Adams (Elder), Danilo I. Aguilar (Elder), Carlos E. Bran (Elder),
Jonathan Croft (Deacon), Adam Cruea (Elder), Licet De Leon (Elder), Eleuterio Dominguez (Elder),
Jennifer Duckwall (Elder), Aaron Florian (Elder), Jennifer Jensen (Elder), Corey Koehn (Elder), Patrick
LeGrand (Elder), Romina Maldonado (Elder), Alan Miller (Elder), Brent Norman (Elder), Sharon Norman
(Elder), Sandra Pineda (Elder), Edith Pinto (Elder), Rodolfo Pinto (Elder), Tyler Sauer (Elder), and
Christine Weir (Elder).
Respectfully submitted
TODD W. PEELER, Secretary
DOUG WARD, Chairman
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C. DISTRICT ASSEMBLY COMMITTEES
1. FINANCE COMMITTEE REPORT 2014-15
Contents
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
The Stewardship of Christ-like Disciples .................................................................................... 1
Funding the Mission through the “Tithe and Offering” Concept .............................................. 2
Estimating Apportionments .......................................................................................................... 3
Where and When to Send Monies ................................................................................................ 3
Recommendations to the Local Church and District
5.1. Regarding the Global Church ............................................................................................. 4
5.2. Regarding our Educational Institutions ............................................................................. 4
5.3. Regarding the Chicago Central District ............................................................................. 5
5.4. Regarding the Local Church ............................................................................................... 6
Appendix A: Pastoral Sabbaticals ............................................................................................................. 8
Appendix B: Sample Budgets .................................................................................................................. 10
1. The Stewardship of Christ-like Disciples
We, your Finance Committee, believe stewardship is a vital ingredient of Christ-like discipleship.
We further believe obedience is necessary to Christ’s command – to go, to be, and to do. This report
reflects:
 Faith – in God and in the members of the Chicago Central District.
 Missional Planning – while some funds will go to maintenance ministries, the majority of our
funding is designated for evangelism, discipleship and church planting efforts.
 Responsibility -- to God and to you who consistently support the local church.
 Fairness – budget apportionments are assigned in equitable fashion (equal sacrifice, not equal
amounts) and matching funds are made available in a manner consistent with the financial strength of the
local church.
 Appreciation – the record of faithful and generous giving by Chicago Central District Nazarenes is
a cause for rejoicing.
We acknowledge that managing, disbursing, and accounting of funds given to the building of God’s
kingdom is a matter deserving our most prayerful planning. After careful consideration, we submit the
following recommendations:
2. Funding the Mission through the “Tithe and Offering” Concept
Throughout the year, in response to the Great Commission and the Great Commandment, the local
churches of the Chicago Central District contribute corporately to ministries and to the life of the church
outside of the local context. Contributions are made to four separate funds with specific purposes
reflected in the names of the funds:
 The World Evangelism Fund – This fund helps make possible the global evangelistic work of the
church in 159 world areas, supporting missionaries, schools, hospitals, clinics, compassionate ministries,
as well as regional and Global Ministry Center (GMC) operations.
 The Pensions and Benefits Fund – This fund helps fulfill the promises made to our retired
ministers, evangelists, and other clergy, of a basic retirement benefit.
 The Educational Fund – This fund provides scholarships for Nazarene students at Olivet
Nazarene University.
 The District Evangelism Fund – This fund helps make possible the evangelistic work of the
church in 11 ½ counties of northeast Illinois, supporting the planting of new congregations, ministerial
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training, missional partnerships with local churches, District Ministry Center operations and our district
support personnel.
In addition, “Ten Percent Approved Missions Special” offerings are often taken for special purposes
such as LINKS, Alabaster, Missionary Deputation, Jesus Film/Harvest Partners, Work and Witness, and
more. Annual offerings are also received for the support of Nazarene Bible College and Nazarene
Theological Seminary.
Monies sent for the WEF and P&B Fund are sent to the Global Treasurer’s Office. Monies for the
DEF and Educational Funds are sent to the District Treasurer. Monies for NBC and NTS are sent directly
to those institutions.
In order for churches to equally share the responsibility for funding the mission of the church and for
planning and communication purposes, the concept of “a tithe and offering” is used to determine the
amount assigned to each church. Just as the member of the local church would give a tithe and offerings
to his local church, the local church in turn gives a tithe and offering for the broader ministries of the
church. Within this “tithe and offering” concept, the “tithe” provides funds for three of the four funds listed
above (WEF, P&B and Educational). The “offering” provides funds for the District Evangelism Fund [Note
that the designation “offering” does not imply “optional”, it simply differentiates this percentage from the
“tithe”].
The “tithe” is further specifically allocated. At the 2009 meeting of the General Board, the global
church adopted a uniform percentage for giving to the WEF by all local churches of the Nazarene – 5.5%.
In conjunction with that decision, the USA national board has adopted 2.25% for Pensions and Benefits
and 2.25% for the Educational Fund. These three percentages total 10%, the commonly accepted
standard percentage for the practice of tithing in the church.
Since every district is unique, with unique financial needs, the percentage to be given to the District
Evangelism Fund is established by each individual district. This “offering” percentage on the district is to
be established by the District Finance Committee, upon recommendation by the District Superintendent
and District Advisory Board, for approval by the District Assembly. On the Chicago Central District, this
percentage is hereby established at 5% for the 2013-14 fiscal year, to be reviewed on an annual basis by
the District Superintendent, the District Advisory Board and the District Finance Committee.
3. Estimating Allocations under the “Tithe and Offering” Concept
The “tithe and offering” is given on the basis of the current month’s income in the local church.
Therefore, the actual dollar figure for allocations cannot be precisely established at the outset of the fiscal
year. However, an estimate can be made in the following way.
Project the total income of your local church. Income is defined as anything which is a charitable
contribution, including designated giving to special projects. It does not include rental income (as from a
church school), or pass-through monies (such as registration monies for summer camps).
Deduct from the total income the amount you project the church will give to the WEF and Ten
Percent Approved Missions Specials during the current year. This yields a “Net Base”. Then, multiply
that Net Base by the percentages for each fund, indicated below. This will yield the annual amounts you
may use as estimates:
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The World Evangelism Fund: Net Base x 5.5% = ________
The Pensions and Benefits Fund: Net Base x 2.25% = _______
The Educational Fund: Net Base x 2.25% (2.5% for ONU Region)= _______
The District Evangelism Fund: Net Base x 5.0% = _______
An online calculator is available at www.fundingthemission.org to help you with your calculations.
The same website also includes much more detail on the “tithe and offering” concept, other resources
and Frequently Asked Questions. The district has also developed an online worksheet and instructions at
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www.ccdnaz.org to help calculate local apportionments.
It should be noted here, that new works that are not yet organized are expected to begin tithing on
their income monthly even as the work begins. District and other subsidy monies are not subject to the
tithe. New works that are not yet organized and which have been in existence for less than three years
are not expected to participate in the DEF “offering”, but are certainly encouraged to do so as soon as
they can.
4. Where and When to Send Monies
Monies should be sent by the local church either weekly, bi-weekly or monthly. This helps fund the
various ministries in a timely fashion, and avoids putting the local church in a position where it finds it
difficult to “catch up” later in the year.
Monies sent for the WEF and P&B Fund are sent to the Global Treasurer’s Office, PO Box 843116,
Kansas City, MO 64184.
Monies for the DEF and Educational Funds are sent to the District Treasurer, PO Box 218,
Bourbonnais, IL 60914.
Monies for NBC are received in October and sent directly to Nazarene Bible College, 1111
Academy Park Loop, Colorado Springs, CO 80910.
Monies for NTS are received in January and sent directly to Nazarene Theological Seminary, 1700
East Meyer Boulevard, Kansas City, MO 64131.
Remittance Forms and other resources are available on the global church website
www.nazarene.org (access the Global Treasurer’s site) and on the district website www.ccdnaz.org under
the Links and Downloads tab.
5. Financial and Operational Recommendations to the Local Church and District
5.1. Regarding the Global Church
5.1.1. That the World Evangelism Fund for our district be set at 5.5% of the “Net Base” of the local
church.
a. Because full payment of the World Evangelism Fund is the lifeline of our World Mission efforts,
we urge each local church to give priority to the 100 percent payment of the World Evangelism Fund over
other mission specials. A “World Evangelism Church” recognition will be made of local churches that give
5.5% of their income to WEF.
b. In support of the General NMI strategy to use overpayment of the WEF to enter new world areas,
we encourage our local churches to overpay their WEF. All funds generated from overpayment of WEF
by local churches will be directed to efforts at entering new world areas, whether the district reaches 100
percent payment or not. A “World Evangelism Church of Excellence” recognition will be made of local
churches that pay 5.7% of their income for WEF, or who overpay their 5.5% WEF allocation by $1,500,
whichever amount is less.
c. That each church give at least 10 percent of its income to the World Evangelism Fund and
Approved Mission Specials (including District-approved NewStart and Missional Projects). A “Mission 10
Church” recognition will be made of local churches that give 10 percent or more of local church income to
WEF and Approved Mission Specials and that also reach giving goals for Pensions and Benefits,
educational institutions, and district support.
5.1.2.
That the Pensions and Benefits Fund be set at 2.25% of the Net Base of the local church.
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5.2. Regarding our Educational Institutions
5.2.1.
That our Olivet Nazarene University Fund be set at 2.25% percent of the Net Base of the
local church, in accordance with the decision of the USA National Board. However, the district
superintendents of the Central USA Educational Region (Olivet Region) have agreed to ask their
churches to continue to pay 2.5% of the Net Base for the Educational Fund, the percentage originally
established under the new formula in 2009.
5.2.2.
That each local church participate in matching funds and other development, scholarship
and capital campaign programs for Olivet.
5.2.3.
That each local church receive a special offering for Nazarene Bible College on NBC
Sunday in October of each year and for Nazarene Theological Seminary on Seminary Sunday in January
of each year. The goal for each of these offerings is $1 per member on the church membership list.
5.3. Regarding the Chicago Central District
5.3.1.
That the District Evangelism Fund (the “Offering”) be set at 5% of the Net Base of the
local church and that the District Superintendent, District Advisory Board and District Finance Committee
annually review this percentage used for funding the district mission.
5.3.2.
That health insurance for full-time district employees be paid in full from their respective
operational budgets.
5.3.3.
That the Social Security for the full-time district employees be paid and/or reimbursed
from their respective operational budgets.
5.3.4.
That the district superintendent:
a. Be granted vacation with pay in accordance with the vacation schedule for full-time ministers,
which appears in Section 5.4.2.d.
b. Be reimbursed for expenses incurred in the fulfillment of his ministry responsibilities (i.e.
superintendents’ conferences, overnight lodging, meals away from home, entertainment of guests on
behalf of the district, and occasions representing the district).
c. Be granted a sabbatical leave following each seven consecutive years of service on the Chicago
Central District, in harmony with 5.4.2.j. below.
5.3.5.
That any church receiving funds from the District Evangelism Fund and any church that
did not pay apportionments in full the previous fiscal year shall submit a monthly financial report to the
district office.
5.3.6.
That district boards’ travel reimbursement be the IRS established rate per mile.
5.3.7.
That annually, at least two weeks prior to the District Assembly, an independent public
accountant compile and/or review the books of all treasurers handling district funds, with a full audit
conducted at least every four years (2012-13 was the most recent full audit).
5.3.8.
That the District Advisory Board shall be responsible for reviewing, approving and
monitoring all district operational budgets and adjusting funds as necessary. This shall include budgets
submitted by the NYI, NMI, and SDMI chairpersons, and the District Superintendent. Budgets shall be
approved no later than 30 days before the beginning of the assembly year.
5.3.9.
That a copy of this report be posted on the district website and e-mailed to all local
church treasurers or, if an email address is not readily available for the church treasurer, to the senior
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pastor of the church, for forwarding to the local treasurer.
5.4. Regarding the Local Church
5.4.1.
Relative to accounting for funds:
a. That each local church include in their income, tithes, offerings, and all other sources of income
to the extent it pays local church expenses, including the payment of assigned apportionments and
mission specials. For “Funding the Mission” allocation purposes, “income” is defined by the general
church as funds which are charitable contributions.
b. That all pastors be reminded of the Manual provisions for the counting and handling of money
received (see 2009-2013 Manual page 90, par. 136-136.6) and, where possible, use an independent
public accountant for auditing financial reports.
c. That each local church prepare an annual operating budget and send a copy of this budget to the
district superintendent no later than March 1, of each year. We encourage churches to refer to the districtprepared sample budgets based on church income (see Appendix B and the district website).
5.4.2.
Relative to the senior pastor:
a. That all pastor’s health insurance premiums, deductible, and coinsurance (where possible) be
paid by the local church.
b. That each church provide disability insurance for their pastor through the general church.
(Consult the Office of Pensions and Benefits at 1-913-577-0500, ext. 2670)
c. That each church reimburse the pastor’s quarterly social security tax, or an amount equal to the
tax as the pastor may elect. Church boards should note that the pastor must pay social security taxes on
housing allowance (or fair rental value of the parsonage) and reimbursement of social security taxes, as
well as on salaries.
d. That the following vacation time with full salary be granted for accumulative full-time ministry.
1 through 5 years ..................................... two weeks of vacation
6 through 10 years .................................... three weeks of vacation
11 through 20 years .................................. four weeks of vacation
21 years and over ...................................... five weeks of vacation
We encourage all pastors to take an annual vacation. Vacation time and compensation shall not
accrue from year to year, except through prior, written arrangements made between the pastor and the
local church board.
e. That the local church board give careful consideration to the pastor’s financial needs and provide
an annual salary review, giving consideration both to cost of living increases and merit increases. The
annual cost of living increase is currently estimated at approximately 2%. (Online references:
http://www.bls.gov/cpi/ and http://www.socialsecurity.gov/OACT/COLA/colaseries.html)
f. That the churches participate in the Nazarene Retirement Program (tax-sheltered annuity) for
ministers who earn their full livelihood from the ministry. For details write: Board of Pensions, Global
Ministry Center, 17001 Prairie Star Parkway, Lenexa, KS 66220.
g. That each local church pay their pastor’s expenses to District Assembly, preachers’ meetings,
conventions, and General Assembly.
h. That each church encourage their pastor in continuing education and provide allowance for the
purchase of books, journals, and professional materials.
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i. That each church periodically remember the parsonage family with gifts of love and appreciation,
and each pastor be given a minimum cash Christmas gift of one week’s salary.
j. That, in accordance with Manual 129.10, the church board provide a sabbatical leave for the
pastor following each seven consecutive years of service in one congregation. See Appendix A for
additional information.
5.4.3.
Relative to the associate pastor:
a. That each church provide an annual salary and benefits review, and appropriate paid vacation,
for each associate minister and full-time staff member. Inasmuch as possible, the recommendations
relative to the senior pastor should be applied to associate staff as well.
b. That pastors and church boards are reminded of Manual (2009-2013) par. 160, where caution is
requested so that the employment of the associate will not “tax the church’s financial resources including
the payment of all financial apportionments.”
c. That the church board provide a sabbatical leave for the associate pastor, in harmony with 5.4.2.j.
above.
5.4.4.
Relative to the non-payment of apportionments by the local church
Since the global church, the district church, the regional educational institution, and the ministers’
pension program are dependent on the payment of local church apportionments, the local church that
does not pay its apportionments in full is, in fact, receiving financial assistance from these entities in the
church, by virtue of withholding the funds designated for them at the adoption of this Report of the District
Assembly Finance Committee. Said churches will be considered as having met the criteria of Manual
paragraph 117 (2009-13 Manual of the Church of the Nazarene), as a church whose pastor “may be
appointed or reappointed by the district superintendent, with the consent of the District Advisory Board.”
5.4.5.
Relative to planned and deferred giving:
We encourage every church to utilize the Church of the Nazarene Foundation to facilitate
planned and deferred gifts from their members via donor advised funds, charitable gift annuities,
charitable trusts and estate planning/bequests. Such gifts may be directed to any Nazarene ministry,
including gifts to the local church. The Church of the Nazarene Foundation can also assist with
professional investment management of any reserve funds held by a local church. Visit
www.NazareneFoundation.org or call 866-273-2549.
We also encourage every church to utilize the Olivet Nazarene University Foundation to facilitate
planned and deferred gifts for the ministry of Olivet. The ONU Foundation provides a full range of options
including charitable gift annuities, charitable trusts, endowed scholarships and estate planning/bequests.
Olivet planned giving assistance is readily available at 815-939-5171. Visit www.olivetpgc.org.
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APPENDIX A
Pastoral Sabbaticals
Definition
Sabbatical is an extended period of time intentionally set aside by ministry personnel in pastoral
relationships as an occasion for reflection, recreation, and revitalization, unencumbered by their usual
and customary responsibilities, and yet still receiving their usual remuneration and benefits. Sabbatical
finds expression in study, rest, spiritual retreat, and prayer. Sabbatical is not vacation time, not a sick
leave, nor a “special studies” leave.
Motivational Bases for the Local Sabbatical Program
The Sabbatical program is motivated primarily by three factors;
1. We believe the Bible identifies a God-designed cycle of work and rest, as exemplified by the
account of creation, the institution of the law of the Sabbath, and the accounts of the life of Christ, in
which he took time be alone and to be ministered to by God the Father.
2. Research and the reports of those participating in sabbatical programs give evidence to the
multiple benefits of such a program to pastors, their families and their congregations.
3. The Manual of the Church of the Nazarene (paragraph 129.10) urges: “In order to encourage a
healthy pastoral ministry and the lifelong learning of the pastor, the church board, in consultation with the
district superintendent, should provide a sabbatical leave for the pastor following each seven consecutive
years of service in one congregation.”
Implementation
1. All senior and associate pastors on the Chicago Central District, who have completed at least
seven consecutive years of ministry in their current church assignment, are eligible to participate in the
Sabbatical program.
2. The length of time dedicated to sabbaticals, and their design and content, will vary with every
church and pastor’s particular situation, and is to be coordinated with the district superintendent.
3. Applications for sabbaticals should be submitted by the local pastor and church board, to the
district superintendent, at least 6 months prior to the desired time of sabbatical. The district
superintendent will consult with the District Advisory Board and provide an initial response within 4 weeks
of the date of submission.
4. There is an expectation of continued service of at least one year following resumption of duties
subsequent to the sabbatical.
Guidelines and Ideas
The District Ministry Resource Center has reference material available for pastors and churches to
use in designing appropriate sabbatical programs. Application forms, district guidelines and samples of
sabbatical proposals will also be available online at the District website: www.ccdnaz.org.
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References
Bullock, A. Richard. 2000. Clergy Renewal: The Alban Guide to Sabbatical Planning. The Alban Institute.
Dawn, Marve. 1999. Keeping the Sabbath Wholly. Eerdmans.
Dickson, Charles. Nov/Dec. 1993. “Planning a Pastoral Sabbatical.” The Clergy Journal. Logos
Productions.
Dietterich, Inagrace. 2001. The Practice of Sabbath Time. The Centre for Parish Development.
Gabbard, Douglas. Jan/Feb. 2001. “Sabbath as Spiritual Discipline.” Congregations. The Alban Institute.
Helm, Norman G. Jan/Feb 1993. “The Parish and the Minister’s Sabbatical.” Congregations. The Alban
Institute.
Oswald, Roy M. 1991. Clergy Self-Care: Finding a Balance for Effective Ministry. The Alban Institute.
Oswald. Roy M. 2001. Why You Should Give Your Pastor a Sabbatical. Video no. AL238. The Alban
Institute. (Includes two 25-minutes segments with a leader’s guide.)
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APPENDIX B
Sample Budget
The following sample budget depicts a local congregation that raises $100,000 in tithes and offerings in
12 months, and which desires to be recognized as a World Evangelism Church of Excellence. It
meets 100% of its goals for the four Assigned Apportionments, and gives generously to Missions
Specials, and participates in our Costa Rica Partnership through Work and Witness. It most likely is a
church with a worship attendance of around 90-100. Total giving for others is 16% of the total raised by
the church in the year. The difference between a Church with this level of income that pays all its
apportionments, and a church that pays an additional .2% toward WEF, is only $150.00.
In the sample budget below, the pastor’s compensation package represents about 28% of the total
budget. As the church reduces its building indebtedness and capital expenditures (while still properly
maintaining the church facilities), additional monies are freed up to enhance the pastor’s compensation
package and/or to begin adding some paid staff and/or additional local ministries.
Monthly
Annual
For Others (16.0% or more)
World Evangelism Fund (5.7%)
Pensions and Benefits Fund (2.25%)
Educational Fund (2.5%)
District Evangelism Fund (5%)
Ten Percent Missions Specials:
Alabaster $100
NBC $100
NTS $100
NCM Child Sponsorship $300
NCM Disaster Relief $100
Jesus Film $100
Work and Witness materials $1,000
Center of Hope or other CMC $100
Other Giving for Others
TOTALS
442.00
174.00
193.00
387.00
158.00
5,300.00
2,090.00
2,320.00
4,640.00
1,900.00
0.00
1,354.00
0.00
16,250.00
Buildings and Indebtedness (30% or less)
Buildings and Capital Expense
Indebtedness (Mortgage)
TOTALS
1,250.00
1,250.00
2,500.00
15,000.00
15,000.00
30,000.00
1,042.00
600.00
733.00
0.00
0.00
1,750.00
12,500.00
7,200.00
8,800.00
0.00
0.00
21,000.00
250.00
104.00
4,479.00
3,000.00
1,250.00
53,750.00
Total
16,250
30,000
Local Ministry (54% or more)
Pastor’s Cash Salary
Pastor’s Cash Housing Allowance
Pastor’s Benefits
Associate Salaries
Associate Benefits
Local Church Expenses
(Maintenance, Utilities, etc.)
Local Departmental Expenses
Other Local Benevolences
TOTALS
53,750
GRAND TOTALS
8,333.00 100,000.00
Additional Sample Budgets are available on the District Website, www.ccdnaz.org under the “Links and
Downloads Tab”, and in the Local Church Treasurer section of downloads.
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2. MEMOIRS 2014
In Loving Memory
Called of God for the proclamation of the Gospel; faithful to God and the church in his service;
advanced by God before us to the heavenly city, we acknowledge with grateful hearts and thanksgiving
the memory of the following ordained ministers of the Chicago Central District who await our coming:
Rev. Dr. C. William Ellwanger
Rev. James Stephenson
Rev. Gordon C. Wickersham
Rev. Harold J. Yochim
We acknowledge with grateful hearts and thanksgiving the memory of the following lay members of
our local congregations, who have “washed their robes in the blood of the Lamb,” who also were
steadfast in the stewardship of serving Jesus, heard His beckoning call: “Be faithful until death, and I will
give you the crown of life” (Revelation 2:10).
When, clothed in His brightness, transported, I rise
To meet Him in clouds of the sky,
His perfect salvation, His wonderful love
I’ll shout with the millions on high.
--He Hideth My Soul, Fannie J. Crosby
Blue Island Spanish – Berta Morales
Chicago First – Alberta Bednarcik, Tillie Glisson, Irvn B. Schmakel Jr., Mary Sotor, Lenore Swanson
Chicago First Spanish – Virginia Enriquez
Chicago Heights – Grace Ascher, John Mann, Herbert Pelke.
Chicago Oak Lawn First – Cordia Hadley
Danville First – Jesse Cundiff, Kay Brannack, Peter Davis, Pat Adams, Evelyn Bonnewell, Marge Pribble
Danville Southside – James Huffer, Gene McCord, Ray Spicer
Danville Westside – Ruby Moulton
Elgin – Richard Berry
Hoopeston Community – Barney Hedgecock, Earl Stipp, Bud McVicker, Margaret Gocking
House of Prayer Ministries – David Cole, Victor Harris, Garry Clements
Joliet First – Pearl Whitmarsh, Mary Yanchick
Kankakee College – L. Selden Marquart, Dr. William Ward Dean, Ruth Ends, Loretta Jean Poole,
Keith E. Hawley
Kankakee Eastridge – Henry G. Howard
Kankakee First – Eileen Buente, Debra Duty, Kenneth Smith, Pollyanna White
Kankakee Westbrook – Catherine Mihalo, Virginia Macie Moore
Lombard- Mary Ellen Rethford
Mundelein – Duke Van Weelden
Waukegan First – Doris Lindsey
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3. Nominating Committee
We, your Nominating Committee, recommend the following nominations to the District Assembly
for election by plurality. To provide clarity for the electing Assembly, we recommend that incumbent
members with unexpired terms be listed on the ballot along with the years their terms expire.
District Advisory Board (to be elected by plurality): two layperson and one clergy: Laypersons
(vote for no more than two, who will serve a three-year term)- Doug Perry, Karl Tabor, Cheryl Seymour
and Tom Weitzel. Lay incumbents who continue to serve are Fred Hardy (2015), Barry Huebner (2015)
and Paul Snellenberger (2016). Clergy (vote for no more than one, who will serve a three-year term)David Anderson and Doug Ward. Clergy incumbents who continue to serve are W. Randy Dodd (2016),
Edward Heck (2016), Carl Leth (2015) and John T. (Jack) McCormick (2015).
Olivet Nazarene University Trustees (to be elected by plurality): two layperson and one clergy:
Layperson: (vote for two, the one receiving the highest number of votes will be elected to a two-year term,
the one receiving the lowest number of votes will be elected to a one-year term to finish the vacant
expiring term)- Fred Hardy, Perry Jaynes, Matt McBurnie and Cheryl Seymour. Clergy: (vote for one for a
two year term) Randy Dodd and Edward H. Heck. The incumbent continuing to serve is John T. (Jack)
McCormick (2015).
SDMI Chairperson: David Becker (vote yes/no for a two-year term).
For informational purposes, the Nominating Committee notes that the following boards and
committees were elected by the 2013 District Assembly to serve a four year term expiring in 2017:
District Ministerial Credentials Board, District Ministerial Studies Board, District Court of Appeals, District
Church Properties Board, District Committee for Property Advisement, District Evangelism and Missions
Board, District Assembly Finance Committee and District Committee of Moral and Social Issues. A listing
of the members of these boards is posted on the district website (ccdnaz.org) in the District Assembly
section.
Respectfully submitted,
Edward H. Heck, Secretary
Brian E. Wilson, Chairman
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VI. DISTRICT DEPARTMENTS
A. NMI CONVENTION
1. Daily Proceedings
Saturday, April 5, 2014
“Going Global: Growing Disciples at Home and Abroad”
The Plenary session of the combined conventions – NMI, SDMI, and NYI – opened with a music
video by the Newsboys, “God’s Not Dead”. Carlos Lonberger led the congregation in opening prayer and
Carlos Lonberger and the Chicago Heights Worship team led the congregation in singing Jesus Paid It
All, Our God, and Ten Thousand Reasons.
District Superintendent Dr. Brian Wilson gave welcomed the delegates and friends from the 60+
churches across the district to the convention. He introduced new pastors to the convention. Dr. Wilson
introduced Carla Lovett, District NMI president who then gave the first part of her report of objective 1 giving. Elizabeth Bjorling, NYI president of administration and training, prayed for Carla Lovett then gave
her report outlining the theme for NYI – BeDoGo: Be – become a follower of Christ, Do – what we do as
a follower, and Go – how we serve and lead others. Rev. David Becker, director of SDMI, prayed for
Elizabeth Bjorling. Rev. Becker gave his report outlining the accomplishments of Sunday School and
reported the following themes from Woody Stevens: connecting people with God and being people of
prayer, engaged in the word, making Christ-like disciples. Carla Lovett prayed for SDMI and Rev. Becker.
Carlos Lonberger and the Worship Team led the congregation in singing Mighty to Save.
Rev. David Becker introduced the speaker of the opening session – Hal Perkins. The focus of his
teaching was whose disciple are you? Hal Perkins reiterated the mission of our tribe (as he calls us
Nazarenes): to make Christ-like disciples in the nations. He spoke of the traditional meanings of
discipleship as fishing for men, teaching and coaching new Christians, and the fact that all Christians are
called to be disciple-makers. He said these were all good but that we need to be disciple by Jesus. How
does this happen? Through His Spirit in us, through His Word and through the Body of Christ. Hal
Perkins final thought: It boils down to how much time we are willing to hang out with Jesus.
Hal Perkins closed the morning session in prayer.
There was a 15 minute transition period to let the 3 conventions convene in separate places.
Carlos Lonberger and the Worship Team opened the NMI Convention by leading the
congregation in How Great Is Our God.
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Carla Lovett, District NMI President, welcomed the delegates to the 90 District NMI Convention
of the Chicago Central District. She invited retired missionary, Norma Morgan to lead in prayer.
The convention was organized by Carla Lovett introducing the helpers for the day: Kathy
Caldwell, District NMI Secretary, Loris Laci, recording secretary, and District Superintendent, Dr. Brian
Wilson.
Kathy Caldwell, District NMI Secretary, explained the difference in the packets that the delegates
received – a much smaller packet. This year the council chose to follow the example of the District
Assembly and moved to a more paperless convention. The delegates were directed to go to the NMI
District website – ccdnmi.org. Kathy Caldwell then described the contents of the packet.
Some announcements were given by Kathy Caldwell mentioning the mission displays, giving
directions for dropping off Crisis Care Kits, School Pal-Paks, and used clothing, how to order NMI
supplies for the coming year, and lunch.
Kathy Caldwell then organized the convention explaining who are considered members of this
convention and the times of the convention. She asked any pastors or presidents who wanted to seat
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alternates to stand to receive an alternate blank. She made a motion that the alternates be seated
without reading the names after checking for accuracy. The motion was seconded and carried.
The officers of the convention included: Page – Megan Luttrell, Election Secretaries – Cathy
Poliak and Pam Tabor, Recording Secretary – Loris Laci, Photographer – Kathy Yanchik, and Head
Usher – Ralph Goodwin.
The convention received greetings from Dr. Daniel Ketchum, General NMI Director, and district
missionaries Ruthie Cordova, Lisa Lehman, and the Radcliff family. All greetings can be viewed on the
district NMI website.
Carla Lovett paid tribute to the NMI Council by having them stand to be acknowledged by the
convention. She mentioned that the Council members would be leading the workshops in the afternoon
session.
Carla Lovett invited Dr. William Bell to the platform to present Distinguished Service Awards to
the two retiring council members – Sandra Story (22 years) and Janice Carlson (11 Years). Carla Lovett
mentioned that they had been her mentors and was profoundly grateful for their years of service.
Dr. Brian Wilson directed the election process of the NMI Vice President and NMI Council
Members. The Nominating Committee Report had been approved by the Executive Committee of the
NMI Council. The election secretaries and Board of Tellers #1 were called by Kathy Caldwell. Ballots
were distributed, instructions for voting given by Dr. Brian Wilson. While the voting proceeded, NMI
media library videos were shown.
Eugenio Duarte, Fili Chambo, Dwight Rich, and Harmon
Schmelzenbach all talked about the need and accomplishments of World Evangelism Fund.
Carla Lovett presented the second part of her report objectives 2 and 3 – praying and educating.
A General Assembly video was played that highlighted George and Norma Wood. They were honored for
the difference they made through praying. Russell Lovett and Justin Alger gave a short presentation on
the District camping program. Bruce Wilson presented Work and Witness participation showing pictures
of the places the District teams have been and will be going. After the presentation, Carla Lovett left us
with this thought: There is a direct correlation between Work and Witness and sustained missions giving
for a number of years.
Kathy Caldwell made a motion that the report be accepted by a rising vote of thanks. Debbie
Hendrick presented Carla Lovett a gift from the council.
Dr. William Bell presented the Memorial Roll and a special remembrance for Janelle Fosbaugh, a
former missionary, who had been killed in a car accident during the last week.
Rev. Kent Pitcher presented the pastors and presidents with a gift of $350 in their honor to the
partner district in Costa Rica.
Kathy Caldwell gave some final items of business: the District NMI treasurer’s Report was
approved by the District NMI Council and could be found on the website and the 2014-2015 Standards &
Goals Report was approved by the District NMI Council and can be found on the website.
The results of the election were read as follows: 166 votes cast – 1 invalid
NMI Vice President:
Lynn Utter – 164 yes 1 no – elected for one year
Council Members (vote for 3):
William Bell – 121 – elected
Sandy Godwin – 93 – elected
Megan Luttrell – 81
Mary Mercer – 116 – elected
Marcia Wright – 90
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Carla Lovett invited Pastor Ezequiel Garcia of the Chicago Gage Park Church to lead in prayer.
He prayed in Spanish and English.
Lunch was served by the Manteno Church of the Nazarene.
The following NMI Break Out sessions were held from 1:30 – 2:45:
“Winning WEF & Fantastic Faith Promise: Ideas for Every Church”
“Successful Deputation Services: 10 Ideas for Tuesdays with Missionaries”
“Think Global, Act Local: Partnering with our Chicago Church Planters”
“Help, I’m a Local President – What Do I Do?”
“Missions in America: Meeting Our Chicago Missionaries”
“LINKing with our Missionaries: Creative Connections for 10% Specials”
The closing plenary session was opened with a music video “God of this City” by Chris Tomlin.
Carlos Lonberger and the Worship Team led the congregation in singing Tis So Sweet and Cornerstone.
Carla Lovett presented the third part of her report – discipleship. She gave three examples of
how the CCD had discipled young people into missionary service in the last year. Patrick and Lynn
LeGrand from Chicago First Church of the Nazarene are coordinators in Central America, Danilo Aguilar
and his wife Emily from the Chicago First Spanish Church of the Nazarene were appointed career
missionaries to the Western Mediterranean Field, and Jason Ottinger and Krystiana Lyons are district
teens who feel a call to missions and will each participate in Mission Immersion – Jason in Quito, Ecuador
and Krystiana in El Paso, Texas.
Rev. David Becker gave a short report of the SDMI Convention by casting the vision of a Work
and Witness trip to Costa Rico specifically designed around Sunday School. He said that there were
plans in the making for teacher training. He introduced the SDMI Council and gave a Faithful Service
Award and monetary gift to retiring council member Michelle Thomas.
Elizabeth Bjorling gave a report of the NYI morning convention stating that the church was in
good hands – our teens. She suggested we all get to know what was going on by getting acquainted with
the district NYI Facebook page and website – a good way to know what to pray for. Elizabeth Bjorling
told us that NYC was coming in 2015. The website nyc2015.com has a place to put in names of the
students who will be attending – another way to pray for the teens.
Before the Urban Missionaries panel, Carlos Lonberger and the Worship Team led us in singing
the Revelation Song.
Dr. Brian Wilson introduced the moderator of the Urban Missionary Panel, Dave Hayes, pastor of
the Nashville Indiana Church of the Nazarene. He and his wife Shelley had served as missionaries to the
Ukraine. He spends one week a month with the Urban Missionaries on the Chicago Central District.
Dave asked questions of the following panel members: Carlos Lonberger, Matt and Laura Ryba,
and Lauren and Kourtney Seaman. A summary of their answers from the urban ministries viewpoint:
God is faithful and they live from miracle by miracle,
Their coming and going in everyday life is intentional – God interrupts their day,
Their children can lead to missional encounters,
People are lonely so they invite anyone and everyone into our homes,
They do not assume that someone does not want to know Jesus,
They make the normal parts of life missional opportunities – example was riding the El, and
Be Jesus to those they work with at their jobs.
Carlos Lonberger sang a solo, The Old Rugged Cross Made the Difference, as an offering was
received for the missionaries and speakers of the day.
Dr. Brian Wilson closed the combined conventions with prayer for the Councils of the NYI, SDMI,
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and NMI and for each of the delegates as we go out to serve the Lord in the coming year.
Respectfully submitted,
Loris Laci, recording secretary
2. NMI President’s Report
Dr. Brian Wilson, District Superintendent
Council members, visiting missionaries, delegates and friends
Good morning! Greetings!
My name is Carla Lovett and I want to join Dr. Wilson, and Revs. David Becker Elizabeth Bjorling in
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welcoming you to the 3 Annual Joint NMI/NYI/SDMI District Convention – and to the 90 NMI
Convention of the Chicago Central District!
We are so glad you are here!
To our Korean delegates (Korean brothers and sisters, Hello! We are glad to see you.):
Hangoohk hyongjay yorubun,
An-nyeong ha shim nee ka!
Pangap soom nee da.
Y a nuestros hermanos hispanos en Cristo – Buenos días!
Bienvenidos a nuestra Convención Distrital Unida!
Dios los bendiga – es un gusto para nosotros tenerle aquí!
And lastly, to the “yute” of our NYI Convention:
What’s up, yo? Ain’t it cray-cray – you chillaxin here with your BFFs at the district NYI convention?
So here’s the 411 – don’t you get all up in the koolaid ‘cause it’s gonna be totes adorbs and anyway, we
got swag! (Saved With Amazing Grace!)
“Going Glocal: Growing Disciples Here and Around the World” is the theme for our convention this year
and I think it’s an absolutely marvelous one! After all, the main mission of the Church of the Nazarene is
to “Make Christlike Disciples in the Nations”.
To accomplish this, NMI has four objectives – Giving, Praying, Educating, and Discipling – which you can
see on the banners here in the front. Reaching these four objectives is what qualifies a church to be a
Mission Priority One church and what qualifies our district to be a Mission Priority One district.
Objective #1 – Giving
Investing our resources, and especially the World Evangelism Fund, to extend Christ’s kingdom.
Let’s begin by looking at Objective #1, Giving, since money always interests people, and church offerings
even more so. 
Perhaps you’ve heard the story of the two men shipwrecked on a deserted island?
“We’re going to die!” cried the first man.
The second man, however, remained calm. “No we won’t, I make $100,000 a week.”
The first man looked at him. “What difference does that make?!? We’re on an island with no food and no
water. We’re going to die.”
The second man answered, “No, we won’t. I make $100,000 a week and I tithe on that every week.
Believe me, wherever I am, my pastor will find me!” 
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Needless to say offerings are important to us, and one of the most simple, yet most essential ways to
express missions passion in the Church of the Nazarene is with financial support. For us Nazarenes this
is WEF – the World Evangelism Fund. WEF is the basis of all that we are and all that we do for missions.
It’s in our DNA, and without it we would not have a missions program.
So, how about it? How did the Chicago Central District do on our WEF this year? Did we get it paid?
Well, I don’t know. Our goal this year was $579,000 and on Thursday we were $17,000 short, and only at
97%. Many of you received an emergency email and we had immediate responses. With this additional
giving, we are currently short by $14,400. I’m praying all of us here will respond today and get us over
the top.
If you brought a check or want to make a verbal commitment towards our WEF, please see me. I would
love to be able to announce by the end of the day that we had reached our mark!
Now, are you ready to hear something really exciting? I mean, really exciting?!? For the first time ever,
our district gave over $1 million to Approved Missions Specials during this past year. Can you believe it?
$1 million! That’s absolutely incredible! Praise the Lord!
We gave $1,094,000, to be exact. But you know what’s really interesting about this? And this is the real
kicker – without the World Evangelism Fund many of the ministries supported by our Approved Specials
giving would not even exist.
Let me give you an example of what I mean. You know Jesus Film Harvest Partners? We gave
$208,000 to this ministry just this past year alone. $208,000! As you know, 80% or more of that goes
straight into purchasing equipment and funding teams. But how is that possible? Well, almost all of the
salaries and other operating costs of the JFHP staff (like Brian Helstrom and others) are paid for by the
World Evangelism Fund.
Some of you might know Bernie Slingerland, the Evangelism Coordinator for the MAC Region. He said in
a recent Engage magazine article (January 2010), “[WEF] really has allowed the JESUS film to have
tracks to run on. ...It is the WEF-provided delivery system of the church that makes it possible for
designated gifts to have their greatest possible impact on their selected ministries.” The “WEF-provided
delivery system”, he says. He’s exactly right, and I think we would all agree.
You know, the same goes for any of our other Approved Specials ministries. All of the costs associated
with the office administration, the field operations, or the missionary staff is almost entirely supported by
WEF, so that our designated giving can go fully towards its intended purpose.
Let’s take Work & Witness as another example. We gave $90,000 ($90,000!) towards W&W projects this
past year. We know almost all of this goes towards purchasing construction materials for the specific
project. Again, how is this possible? Because all of the expenses of Work & Witness Coordinators like
Stephen and Anne Sickel in Costa Rica and our Work & Witness Registrar, Hope Owens, in Kansas City
is paid for by WEF.
If this wasn’t the case, our Work & Witness project fees would increase astronomically, and/or the Sickels
and Hope Owens would be out of a job. If that happened, there would be no one to organize the projects
or to take care of the myriad administrative details. Fewer churches would be able to participate and
there’s a good chance Work & Witness as a ministry would disappear.
And the list goes on. If the World Evangelism Fund didn’t pay the salaries of the 687 career missionaries
and their families currently serving in 159 world areas, then Global Mission as we know it would cease to
exist. And the Chicago Central District’s $33,548 in deputation funds, $5,387 in Missionary Health Care
costs, and $4,830 in LINKS giving would be for naught. There would be no one to receive those funds, or
our $46,143 in Nazarene Compassionate Ministry donations, $35,086 in Child Sponsorships, and
$27,132 in Alabaster funds.
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Now, don’t get me wrong. I’m so appreciative of our generosity and I wouldn’t for a minute suggest
donating any less to Approved Missions Specials. I’m over the moon that we gave $1 million this past
year! That’s absolutely incredible! It’s also what helped create so many award-winning NMI programs in
our local churches.
Of our 49 reporting churches and active missions, 35 achieved Mission Priority One status. Their
names are shown on the screen, and I want to say, ”Congratulations and well done to each of you!”
Blue Island
Bradley First
Chicago Calvary
Chicago First
Chicago Gage Park
Chicago Heights
Chicago Northside
Chicago Oak Lawn First
Danville Cedar Grove
Danville First
Danville Southside
Danville Westside
Gilman
Hoopeston Community
Joliet Crystal Lawns
Joliet First
Kankakee College
Kankakee Eastridge
Kankakee First
Kankakee Westbrook
Kankakee Wildwood
Kempton First
Lighthouse Community
Limestone Community
Manteno
Milford
Momence First
Mudelein
Naperville Trinity
Paxton
Potomac
Sheldon
Waukegan
Wilmington First
Worth
Of those 35, 33 achieved Gold MPO status which means they participated in every aspect of NMI
outreach. This included all of the requirements for MPO, as well as giving to Alabaster, World Mission
Broadcast, Missionary Health Care, LINKS and the Christmas Fund. Again, congratulations and well
done!
Blue Island
Bradley First
Chicago Calvary
Chicago First
Chicago Gage Park
Chicago Heights
Chicago Northside
Chicago Oak Lawn First
Chicago Summit Spanish
Danville Cedar Grove
Danville First
Danville Southside
Danville Westside
Gilman
Hoopeston Community
Joliet First
Kankakee College
Kankakee Eastridge
Kankakee Westbrook
Kankakee Wildwood
Kempton First
Limestone Community
Manteno
Milford
Momence
Mundelein
Naperville Trinity
Paxton
Potomac
Sheldon
Waukegan First
Wilmington First
Worth
Finally, the Award of Excellence status is achieved by those churches who overpaid their World
Evangelism Fund by $1500 or 5.7%. 30 churches achieved this designation and here are their names
listed on the screen. Each has earned the designation World Evangelism Church of Excellence which is
absolutely wonderful! Congratulations!
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Blue Island
Blue Island Spanish
Bradley First
Chicago Calvary
Chicago First
Chicago Heights
Chicago Northside
Chicago Oak Lawn Arabic
Chicago Uptown Vietnamese
Danville Cedar Grove
Danville First
Danville Southside
Gilman
Grace Fellowship
Joliet First
Kankakee College
Kankakee Eastridge
Kankakee Wildwood
Kempton First
Limestone Community
Milford
New Song
Paxton
Potomac
Real Life
Sheldon
Waukegan First
Wilmington First
Worth
Can we show our appreciation for all of these?
We all know the motivators of NMI are our local NMI Presidents, councils, and pastors. Without you there
would be no NMI. So, I want to especially thank you for all you have done this year to advance the cause
of missions in your churches. And for the rest of us, when we see an individual wearing a name tag with
various white, blue, or gold ribbons, congratulate them. These are the missionary presidents of churches
who led award-winning NMI programs and they definitely deserve it!
So, in conclusion, with regards to Objective #1 – Giving – we gave $1.656 million to Nazarene missions
this past year, which is absolutely fantastic! And please stick around because we have 3 more NMI
objectives to discuss, and believe me, they’re even more exciting than this!
But, do let’s remember that without the “WEF-provided delivery system”, our Approved Missions Specials
programs could cease to exist. It’s clear we don’t want that to happen – we’ve worked really hard to
support them as our $1 million in giving shows. Let’s just make sure we also take care of the foundation
upon which they’re built. I’m thinking that for the $1 million investment at the top, $14,000 to shore up the
bottom is not too much to give. (PPT image )
And so I ask you again – please join me in praying and paying for our WEF. We can do nothing more
and should do nothing less. Thanks so much!
INTERMEZZO
The first item of business in this segment of my report is to pay tribute to our District NMI Council with
whom I work so closely, and without whom we could never function. I know I say this every year but it
remains true – this is the best NMI Council anyone could ask for – talented, skilled, loving, and
passionate about missions.
We don’t have time to acknowledge them individually but their names are all listed on our NMI website.
Council Members, can you please stand and let us recognize you?  “This is a truly dedicated group of
volunteers who have given of their time, talent, and treasure to guide the work of the NMI on our district
this past year.” We are a great team and I am delighted to serve with them!
You will also get to meet them later because many of them are leading our exciting workshops this
afternoon! 
Well, this has been a busy year for me and for our council and I wanted to share two highlights before we
look at our next 3 NMI objectives. Last June our 10 district delegates and I attended our Global NMI
Convention where, among other things, we helped staff the Clothing Room for the international delegates.
Our delegates represented our district well – you should be very proud of them! I also had the distinct
privilege of being elected our Central USA Region’s representative to the Global NMI Council. It’s a
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daunting task, but I’m grateful for the opportunity to serve.
The second half of the year found my family and me teaching as NIVS at Africa Nazarene University in
Nairobi, Kenya, and having a wonderful time participating in all sorts of missions events on the Kenya
Central District (KCD).
One of these involved leading a workshop with Sarah Reed and my fellow district president, Judith
Kiprop, for the district NMI Council. (Judith is a wonderful lady and what an incredible vision!) They are
the only district NMI council among Kenya’s three districts and this was their very first meeting. They
gave me explicit instructions to bring greetings to all of you today which I am delighted to do. 
They are currently organizing their own district W&W trip – another first – to a different Kenya district later
this year. Pretty neat, don’t you think?
Now, I mentioned earlier that we would hear more about our next three NMI objectives of Praying,
Educating, and Discipling and so let’s, shall we? I think you’re really going to like what we have in store
for you!
Objective Two – Praying
Interceding for leaders and churches and for the Holy Spirit to draw all people to Christ.
We all know that interceding for leaders and churches and for the Holy Spirit to draw all people to Christ
is one of the greatest privileges we have as Christians.
As a district, we participated in the Nazarene World Week of Prayer (and the Global Day of Prayer). We
prayed for the Jesus Film, requests on the Prayer Mobilization Line, the persecuted church, those who
live in the 10-40 window, and the unreached. We also held a prayer retreat in September, hosted by
Kankakee First and organized by Debbie Hendrick, Marcia Wright, and Kathy Yanchik which was a treat
for all who attended.
We know prayer is essential to the success of missions and I have the perfect story to illustrate this. Do
you want to hear it? This is an excerpt from an evening service at General Convention last summer. It
involves a couple from our CCD district whose faithful praying effected a miracle on the complete other
side of the world. Let’s take a listen:
GENERAL CONVENTION VIDEO RE: GEORGE & NORMA WOOD (7 minutes)
George and Norma Wood are with us today. Would you please stand so we can recognize you?
As J.K Warrick says, “It makes a difference when the people of God pray. In this convention devoted to
discipleship, we want to thank you for giving us such an exemplary model of faithfulness in prayer.
Objective Three – Educating
Informing people of the world’s needs and enabling our church to meet those needs in Christ.
Informing people of the world’s needs and enabling our church to meet those needs in Christ is an
important next step. We in NMI certainly did our part in teaching and training this past year. Many of us
used missions education materials, promoted reading books and CDs, attended services with a
missionary, and participated in a missions project or Work & Witness trip. Quite exciting, really!
Here are two more examples of education in action. The first comes from Pastor Justin Alger, children’s
pastor at Danville First Church and director of our district Children’s Camp, and Dr. Russell Lovett,
missionary-in-residence at our Children’s Camp last summer.
RUSSELL LOVETT & JUSTIN ALGER CAMP PRESENTATION (5 minutes)
I’ve always believed great things can happen at camp and this just further reinforces it, don’t you think? 
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The next story is about Work & Witness. What an incredibly exciting educational tool Work & Witness is
for all ages. We had six W&W teams sent from Chicago Central District, four of whom went to Costa
Rica. Here to tell us more about that is Bruce Wilson.
BRUCE WILSON W&W PRESENTATION (6 minutes)
Isn’t that exciting? If you have not had a chance to get to Costa Rica, let me encourage you to do so. I
know you will be blessed. And what’s amazing is what happens to missions giving in churches after they
send out a team. There is a direct correlation between W&W participation and sustained missions giving
for a number of years after. This is definitely discipleship in action!
Well, I could go on all day about missions and NMI, but I’ll stop here for now. Come back this afternoon
to hear about our last NMI objective – Discipling. Let me just say it will be a real treat!
FINALE
So, this morning I mentioned our CCD NMI is 90 years old. 90...that’s a nice, ripe old age, don’t you
think? ...which is great if you’re a cheese! However, I’ve been told that when you hit 90 everything hurts,
and what doesn’t hurt doesn’t work anyway! You sit in a rocking chair and can’t get it going. You sink
your teeth into a steak and they stay there. Just dialing long distance wears you out!
But you know what? If NMI is an oldie, it’s also a goodie! What a wonderful heritage we have forged
these past 90 years on this district!
But what is 90, really? It’s just a number, and not even a big one if you’re a tree! So, I’d like to think
we’re not really old, but rather we’re just getting started!
Objective Four – Discipling
Involving and mentoring future missions leaders, especially youth and children, to make Christlike
disciples for God’s mission in the nations.
I spent the earlier part of today talking about Giving, Praying, and Educating – three objectives of NMI –
and now I want to highlight the fourth – Discipleship.
Discipling involves teaching young leaders about Christ’s global mission and nurturing their missions
passion. Doing this will make all the difference in missions because the future of world evangelism is in
this next generation.
Someone once said, “no church has fulfilled its mission until one of its own has been called to full time
service.” I completely agree. So let me give you three examples of how our district discipled young
people into missionary service just in the last year.
Patrick and Kim LeGrand from Chicago First went on a district W&W trip, felt a call to missions, sold their
home and business, and accepted their first missions assignment this past June. They are now happily
serving as W&W coordinators in Central America.
Danilo Aguilar, from our Chicago First Spanish church was given an opportunity to serve on our district as
he waited for his moment to come. Well, it came yesterday. Danny and his wife Emily were just
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appointed career missionaries and will leave for the Western Mediterranean Field on September 1 .
Lastly, Jason Ottinger from Mundelein and Krystiana Lyons from Hoopeston are two of our district
teenagers who feel a call to missions. For them, the next step will be participating in Mission Immersion
this summer with fellow high school students in Quito, Ecuador and El Paso, Texas respectively.
I have invited them here today to share briefly about their call and why they applied to Mission
Immersion....
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Krystiana?
Jason?
How awesome is that?!
Jason and Krystiana, your district NMI Council wants to affirm your call, encourage your passion, and
share your excitement for your upcoming Missions Immersion experience. To that end, we have voted to
pay 10% of the costs for each of your trips. We believe in you and in your potential call to missions and
we can’t wait to see what the Lord has in store for your futures! 
A friend of mine on another district lamented recently that it had been years since their district had
someone commissioned as a missionary in the Church of the Nazarene. Well, as you can see, that’s not
our problem, praise God – we are a sending district!
So, 90 years old? No! We can’t get old because we’ve got a whole new generation to disciple! And
anyway, these are exciting days, if for no other reason than we will make them exciting! So, look out and
hold on to your teeth – we have a lot of work to do this next year and it starts as soon as we leave here
today!
Giving, Praying, Educating, Discipling. As we look to this new year, I want to encourage all of us to
remember these four objectives and how your church, big or small, can improve and even excel. It is truly
a privilege to serve with you in the mission of God and His Church. Thank you for all of your love and
patience and encouragement and prayers. I know God will continue to honor and help His people as we
serve Him together. Thank you and God bless!
Respectfully Submitted,
Carla Lovett
Chicago Central District NMI President
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PS – By the end of District Assembly on April 7 , CCD WEF was paid in full – Praise the Lord!
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B. NYI CONVENTION
1. Convention Proceedings
April 5, 2014
CCD NYI District Convention convened on Saturday April 5, 2014 at Manteno Church of the
Nazarene. The theme for the year was “Bedogo”, looking at the different ways we, as individuals, church
communities, and as a district are being Christ like, doing what Christ would have us do, and going where
Christ would have us go. Registration was from 8:00am-9:00am, with a joint plenary session with the
district NMI and SDMI delegates and leaders. The recording secretary was Rev. Robbie Cansler.
The convention was opened with a welcome by Rev. Ken Garner, with some preliminary
instructions. We opened in prayer by Rev. Elizabeth Bjorling.
The convention was officially called to order at 10:51am by Rev. Elizabeth Bjorling District
President. Instructions are given as how to vote and make motions. The voting section is established as
those who are voting delegates will be able to vote.
The election chairmen are Tyler Sauer and Jimmy Guffey.
The tellers are declared they were: Jason Ottinger, Ryan Manes, Alyvia Vanzee, Delilah Harris,
Sam Osborne, and Austin Wray.
The JNI worship band opened in worship. It was dynamic and well done. They really ushered the
morning in a spirit of worship through song.
Rev. Elizabeth Bjorling brought the annual reports for district president of administration and
training, as she chaired both positions this year. She went over the calendar for the year, and encouraged
students and leaders to be informed about upcoming events through the district website of having
excuses when invited to a party. The importance of bringing our best to the table, we are at the banquet,
but it isn’t enough to just come to the party. Are we bringing our best to the table that Jesus has for us?
She then shared lemonade with the group, as a reminder to bring our lemonade to the party, not just
water, as a reminder to bring our best.
Rev. Jimmy Guffey brought the annual reports for district president of events, and also filled in
and presented the JNI President’s report for Danilo Aguilar who was absent. He took us through an
overview of the events of the last year. His report included his resignation as district president of events,
as he will be moving to a new position. Giving thanks to Christina Fischer and Bill Koch for doing the leg
work of celebrate life. He also made sure that everyone was aware of the upcoming regional celebrate
life. Jimmy also gave thanks to Dave Ludwig for leading summer camp. He also talked about Bible
quizzing, snowball, and gave thanks to all the people who have helped with these various events. Jimmy
read Danilo’s report for the group. This included Danilo’s resignation, as he will be accepting a position as
missionaries in Europe. Jimmy prayed for Danilo and his ministry. Each had completed their 2 year term
in office, and did not put their names up for reelection.
Motion to accept the presidents’ reports by Ken Garner and Seconded by Scott Christensen
The treasurer’s report was presented by Rev. Elizabeth Bjorling.
Motion to accept the presidents’ reports and financial report, by Ken Garner and Seconded by Ray Smith.
Both motions pass, by a majority.
Christina Fischer presented thank you gifts to the district presidents for the time they have
served.
Rev. Elizabeth Bjorling presented the NYI council from the past year to the group.
We prayed for and adjourned for lunch at 11:53am.
We reconvened at 1pm, with a rap concert by Danny Ortega.
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District Superintendent Dr. Brian Wilson and his wife Joan brought us a word of welcome and
support. He spoke of the importance of the youth being leaders in the church today, and the importance
of being involved in the church. He also gave a word of thanks to the NYI district presidents. He said a
word of prayer over the group as well.
Scott Christensen delivered a report about Bible quizzing. He established that he is NOT
resigning from his position as quiz director. There were over 75 bible quizzers, and 20 of those quizzers
will be representing the district at the national quiz event this summer. Halfway through the year, they
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took a team to ST. Louis, and came back the 2 best quiz team in the country. There will also be CCD
quizzers represented in regional Celebrate Life in May. This is the end of the 8 years of the Christensens’
leading as the quiz directors! He looked over some of the highlights from the past 8 years, which covered
a variety of issues. It is great to see dedicated bible quizzing directors who are passionate about teaching
students the word of God. He said it’s exciting to see how much Bible quizzing has become integrated
into the whole of the NYI. He asks for prayers as they move forward and continue in quizzing in the year
ahead.
Motion to accept Heather Day and seconded Christina Fischer. Motion passes.
Introduction of people who are on the ballots, and why they love NYI. Hearing the stories about how
everyone loves NYI, it is evident that we are lead by passionate people who love God and love youth.
The ballots are passed out for leadership for the upcoming year. The ballot is explained by Rev.
Elizabeth Bjorling.
There is a vote to approve the ballot: motion: Georges Azouri Second: Michael Day
Ballot approved.
Motion that the vote be accepted by plurality by Ken Garner second Nolan Paape.
Motion passes to accept votes by plurality.
NYC announcement was made. It will be in Louisville, KY on July 8-12 2015. The first payments
and registration starts in August. There will be service projects in the community as well as the normal
services. They will not be doing workshops like the last NYC, but they will be having a day of experiences
that have to do with the theme. The theme is “Thy Kingdom Come”. There will be opportunities in the
coming months for students and leaders to vote for the speakers and musicians they would like to have at
NYC. The cost is estimated to be under $800 for the event for students.
Camp promotion was given. This started with a video about Lake Williamson the location of camp
for this summer. Brandon Carter made a presentation about teen camp for the summer. Camp is later this
summer, due to snow days. Camp will be 4 days and 4 nights this summer, a Sunday through a
Thursday. Cost is $200, the forms are available for camp to take home today. Danilo is the speaker for
camp this year. The JNI band will be the worship band for the week of camp. This is a joint camp for both
the JNI and NYI.
Bedogo reporting begins. We received reports from the different youth ministries represented.
Some were presented through video, some were oral reports. It was a great way to see the different ways
that God is working through the NYI in their local church contexts.
Chicago First Church gave a video report about their missions trip one heart many hands.
Rev. Mike Pierson from Limestone church talked about the variety of things their church is doing,
they also attended one heart many hands.
Kankakee Westbrook gave a report about the different ways they are reaching out to their
community, and the ways the teens are interacting with the church as a whole.
Joliet First presented about the ways in which they bedogo, which includes a 30 hour famine.
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They go to Morningstar in Chicago, and are serving in many ways to be a part of the community.
Mundelein gave a report about the ways in which they bedogo, through the variety of activities
throughout the year. Through missions trip to Kansas City Rescue Mission, and the various ways they
helped throughout the year, and interacted with the church as a whole.
Chicago Northside gave a report. They spoke about the bible quizzing program and how they
took first at district finals. This summer they did a variety of projects at their church, working in conjunction
with a youth group from Kansas who were there on their missions’ trip. They also have helped with EC
camp.
Chicago Heights gave a video report with a variety of pictures from different events and activities
they have been a part of throughout the year.
Mt Prospect gave a report about getting together with other JNI churches to do a variety of
bedogo projects, and working on community activities. They have served in a variety of areas within the
church as well. They even talked about some simple ways they served their community through things
like shoveling snow and painting children’s rooms.
Kankakee First gave a report by video. They shared their experiences of bedogo, with a story
about a trip to Chicago, and one of the students brought gloves and scarves to pass out if anyone needed
them. They met a homeless man in a wheelchair, and donated scarves to him, and they ended up
spending the whole day with this man.
College Church gave a video report. They talked about a Sr. High missions trip they took to
Turkey Creek, KY. The Jr. High served the elderly in their church community.
Waukegan gave a video report showing all the ways that they have bedogoed through
volunteering at EC camp, through celebrate life, and through mentoring the younger kids in their church
congregation.
The results from the ballot:
District President of events: Bill Koch
District President of Administration: Christina Fischer
District JNI president: Noe Ramirez
District secretary: Roshelle Beltran
Impact Director: Ellen Manes
Lay leaders: Carl Fletcher, Ray Smith, Chris Deleon, Rolando Martinez
Early Youth representatives: Carter Weitzel, Lily McGrady, Jake Utter, and McKenna Allen
Sr. Youth representatives: Ashley Grimm, Jon Fischer, Jake McLeary, Joey Vargas, Ryan Manes
College Representative: Briana Turner, Rachel Ramirez, Frida Palacios, Juan Daniel Ortega
Rev. Elizabeth Bjorling closed the convention in prayer, as students and leaders crossed the
aisles with hands on each others shoulder, we were reminded we are one body with many parts, but this
is our story together.
Motion to adjourn: Ken Garner seconded by Mac Cansler at 3:01 pm.
Motion passes.
Respectfully Submitted,
Rev. Robbie Cansler
Recording Secretary
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2. President’s Reports
CCD NYI Presidents’ Reports 2014
District President of Administration Report
About a month into the 2013-2014 term, Aaron Gregory announced his departure for a senior
pastorate. At that time, I took over the role as District President of Administration. To piggy back on the
Global NYI theme we charted the course for the year of how we could Be, Do, and Go. As we
brainstormed, the mashup of “Bedogo” developed a life of it’s own. The Year of the Bedogo had begun!
Throughout this year, we have been, done, and gone. As I have represented CCD NYI on the Regional
Council and amongst national Nazarene leaders, others are so impressed with what is happening on our
district. Apparently we are the only ones who thought to “Bedogo”!
As I look back over this year, there are snapshots that stick in my mind of spaces and places
where God met us in profound ways. The day we one Regional Celebrate Life for the first time in over 14
years. The picture of a small but mighty executive council prayerfully working out the details for the year.
Youth leaders scattered about a room in twos praying for each other and for our students. A district
council leaning in and laughing while working together to bring about the greatest good for the district
youth. Students filling an altar area so tightly there wasn’t room to walk, praying that God would meet
them there, and He did. The picture of JNI leaders and students surrounding an altar, all of them pouring
out their lives before God so that they could be filled. Snapshots of students cheering on others., rejoicing
in an original rap about cheese and reuniting with teammates. These snapshots and so many more make
up the mosaic of CCD NYI.
It has been my privilege to serve as your leader this year. I firmly believe our best days are
ahead of us, and none of this is accomplished without a great team.
I would like to sincerely thank all the members of the executive council: Danilo Aguilar for creating
fresh and captivating ways to connect the Spanish churches our district together and Jimmy Guffey for
overseeing all the district events and ensuring they ran smoothly. We are so blessed with a district of
talented and gifted youth workers who enjoy serving together, thank you for working so well together as a
team. Thank you to Michelle Thomas our treasurer who helped in so many ways behind the scenes.
Thank you the members of our district council who served so joyfully and selflessly: Scott and
Sarah Christensen, Ellen Manes, Dave Ludwig, Bill Koch, Christina Fisher, Robbie Cansler, Carl Fletcher,
Ray Smith, Scott Van Zee, Camryn Fletcher, Kayleigh Hollywood, Leann Randall, Joey Vargas, Ashley
Grimm, Jake Utter, Briana Turner, and Lauren Steward.
What a great team, what a great year! Thank you allowing me to serve you!
Respectfully Submitted,
Rev. Elizabeth Bjorling
District President of Administration
District President of Events Report
This is my second and final year serving as Chicago Central District President of Events. My
primary responsibility has been overseeing that the many different events of the Chicago Central District
have appropriately gifted directors and aiding them in the planning processes. I would like to thank
Christina Fischer and Bill Koch for their leadership in organizing both District and Regional Celebrate
Life. Celebrate Life is always a great time to see students from all over the district and the region using
their God-given gifts and abilities to glorify God. This past year the Chicago Central District earned firstplace at Regional Celebrate Life for the first time since 1994!
I would also like to thank Dave Ludwig for his many years of leadership and service in organizing
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the Chicago Central District’s summer camp. This past summer many students from all over the district
gathered at Lake Geneva Youth Camp in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin to worship with guest worship leaders
“The Narrow” from Olivet Nazarene University and guest worship speaker Matt Smith, also from ONU.
Dave has decided to pass the baton of leadership to Brandon Carter, youth pastor at Kankakee First
Church of the Nazarene, who will be directing CCD’s camp this upcoming summer.
Furthermore, I would like to thank Scott and Sara Christensen for their continued leadership in
directing our district Bible quizzing program. Scott and Sara, along with local youth pastors and leaders,
provide our students with the opportunity to study specific books of the Bible—this year we studied
Romans and James—and to come together once a month to reconnect with other students from the
district and to put our studying to good use. Though the competition of Bible quizzing is fun, the main
purpose of our Bible quizzing program is to develop in our students a regular habit of studying and
applying God’s written word.
Finally, I would like to thank Elizabeth Bjorling, Christina Fischer and Bill Koch for their leadership
in organizing our annual Snowball Retreat. Though bad weather kept all of our friends (save one
church) from Northwest Indiana from joining us at Snowball, our students, along with students from the
Wisconsin District, were able to gather in Madison, Wisconsin for a weekend of fun and worship. Leading
us in worship this year was guest worship leaders “The Narrow” from Olivet Nazarene University and
guest worship speaker Christ Pollock from Bethany First Church of the Nazarene.
I believe God has and continues to use the various events on our district to plant spiritual seeds
in the lives of our students. My prayer for our district and local youth leaders and for our future district
events is that God would use us and them to cultivate those seeds so that the Lord may produce a
harvest of spiritual fruit in our students’ lives, transforming them from the inside out to look more like
Jesus!
Respectfully submitted,
Rev. Jimmy Guffey
District President of Events
District President of Ministry and Training
I want to begin my report by thanking YOU for being a part of CCD NYI. While serving my
second term as District President of Ministry and Training, I have been inspired by how selflessly and
joyfully youth workers serve across our district. Many of you quietly give vacation time, family time, sleep,
and personal funds to ensure students experience God’s fullness and faithfulness in vivid ways! We are
so abundantly blessed by your faithfulness to investing in the kingdom! It has been a blessing to
encourage and equip leaders like you across our district.
On November 14, 2013, twelve youth pastors, youth workers, and representatives from Olivet
Nazarene University came together for our District Youth Workers Retreat. It was a rich time of
fellowship, equipping, and encouragement for all involved! Our meeting location this year was the Hilton
Double Tree Hotel in Schaumburg, IL. Intended to be originally a two-day retreat, many of our attendees
had conflicts so we condensed all the great parts of the retreat down into one day. There is such a rich
dynamic when seasoned youth workers and brand new youth workers converge together, much can be
learned from one another. This year we invited David Wine, Associate Professor in the Religion
Department at Olivet Nazarene University as our speaker. David lead a deep and meaningful
conversation about who we are as youth ministers. He encouraged the youth workers about how
valuable their contributions are to the kingdom of God. As always, we not only enjoyed a great time of
fellowship and conversation, but also a great time of eating! We began our time together with a lunch at
Sweet Tomatoes. Then, we proceeded to play indoor bocce ball. In evening, we were treated to dinner
by Olivet Nazarene University Church Relations at Wildfire. We completed the evening with a session
with our speaker and an update on the exciting things happening in ONU Church Relations. We closed
the session with a meaningful time of sharing and prayer for one another. All left full of encouragement,
new ideas, and food! There is nothing like combining together those with similar kingdom calls and similar
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struggles living them out!
Another great event I got the privilege to facilitate was a Bedogo Training Day for our JNI leaders.
During this time, lead youth workers and students were equipped for dealing with a variety of issues
including certain classic personalities always found in the youth ministry, fundraising, discipleship, and
evangelism. It was a meaningful and rich time each left equipped and encouraged from!
Although, because of serving in duel roles this year I didn’t get to live out all of my plans for
training on this district, I am so thankful to God for the ways in which leaders on our district serve students
and the community at large. It is a gift and a delight to see them in action!
Respectfully Submitted,
Rev. Elizabeth Bjorling
District President of Ministry and Training
District President of JNI (Hispanic Ministry)
Dear Chicago Central District brothers and sister in Christ,
The JNI is a community with momentum towards a bright future of service to the Lord.
We focused this year on unity, service, and leadership development. We held three district events
whose name went from Service and Unity Day to the Global NYI’s theme BeDoGo Days. We had a range
of 40-60 teens and youth leaders attend. We focused on serving our brethren and the community around
the church. At Mt. Prospect, we painted their youth room and a swing set that is publicly used, and we
evangelized at a local grocery store. At Summit, we provided landscaping to beautify the church and went
on a prayer walk where people honked their horn for Jesus as we cheered them on. At First Spanish, we
painted the children’s room and provided much needed snow shoveling on residential and main streets.
At each of these locations, people thanked the youth for their service and they saw that fulfilling our
mission to serve like Christ has results on other people’s lives. We also had fellowship time over
breakfasts and lunch, lovingly prepared by the local church’s brothers and sisters. Finally, we entered into
times of worship and the Word where the teens were challenged to Be and Do and Go like Christ. I am
very grateful for the excellent leadership team composed of youth leaders from the Spanish churches that
made these events a success! Without a motivated, dedicated, and capable team like them, there
wouldn’t have been so much progress towards uniting the churches and learning to serve! Thanks be to
God.
We held one leadership workshop this year that was very relevant to our leaders. We would have
liked to bring other workshops, but the events and on-site activities provided real-life training that taught
not only youth leaders, but the youth as a whole.
Which brings me to our district administrative leader. I want to thank Elizabeth Bjorling for
providing the leadership workshop, preaching at the last BeDoGo where nearly the entire assembly knelt
at the altar to have their cups filled by the Holy Spirit, and for showing her support for building up the
district JNI and looking to uniting all of CCD’s languages and cultures in mutual ministry efforts.
To conclude, my wife Emily and I are entering into a new and blessed stage in our lives. At the
time this report will be read at the assembly, my wife may be having our second baby, Sohvi Seláh
Aguilar. Our journey into an explosive year of ministry began in November 2012 with the birth of our son
Giosue Isaac Aguilar. He passed 31 hours after he was born because he had a condition that would not
allow him to live. After he passed, my wife and I answered the Lord’s call with a resounding YES! We had
served in ministry for years, but from that point we have done so wholeheartedly! And God is true to His
promise! The good He has worked out for us will occur this fall 2014, when the three of us will serve as
missionaries for the Kingdom of God representing the Church of the Nazarene in Europe. I encourage
you all. Say yes to the Lord- through thick and thin- and His promises will give you a life in service that
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you could have never imagined.
Sincerely,
Danilo Isaac Aguilar
Chicago Central District
Presidente, Juventud Nazarena Internacional
C. SDMI CONVENTION
1. Daily Proceedings
April 5, 2014
We began Friday (4/4/14) with a “lunch & learn” workshop for pastors and associates at Manteno
COTN with Hal Perkins, longtime Nazarene Pastor and now full time speaker and “disciple-maker”.
Saturday’s convention was held at Manteno COTN and began with a combined plenary session
with NYI, NMI and SDMI gathering for brief reports and inspirational worship. Worship was led by Carlos
Lonberger and the worship team from Chicago Heights COTN. Hal Perkins of Heartwalk Ministries was
the morning plenary speaker and encouraged the congregation to not only be disciples (followers) of
Jesus but to become disciple-makers.
All three organizations separated for their respective conventions with SDMI breaking out into
two different workshops, which were repeated after lunch. One was led by Hal & Debbi Perkins, again on
discipleship and the practical nature of disciple-making. The second workshop was led by Pastor Steve &
MaryAnn Cook from Living Water COTN and focused on Marriage & Family.
The afternoon wrapped up with another combined plenary session where respective councils
were introduced and plans for the new year were laid out. The plenary closed out with a panel of church
planters from “Reach 77”, the plan to reach every neighborhood in the city of Chicago with a
Nazarene/holiness presence. They were interviewed by veteran pastor & missionary, David Hayes.
2. SDMI Chairperson’s Report
Ladies and Gentleman, your SDMI council has embraced the global theme of SDMI, “People of
Prayer, Engaged in the Word, Making Christlike Disciples”. The acronym SDMI is sometimes hard to nail
down. It stands for Sunday School & Discipleship Ministries International. Most are familiar with what the
“S” means, Sunday School, but we are less familiar with the “D” for discipleship. We want to change that
and yesterday offered a workshop to pastors & associates led by Hal Perkins, this morning’s speaker. It
is our intention to build on the discipleship theme that was a big part of the emphasis last year at General
Assembly. Several of our SDMI leaders went to Indy and came away inspired and challenged to include
discipleship in the fabric of the Chicago Central District ministry. It has been a challenging year to meet
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as a council because two of our four meetings were canceled due to severe weather. Yet we have still
managed to plan and support some events such as: denominational emphasis “Engage the Word” last
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Fall and the 1 annual Bike Fest, a motorcycle outreach event, which will take place May 31 at Kankakee
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1 Church. I want to thank everyone for their involvement and will introduce our council and additional
plans this afternoon.
Rev. Dave Becker
District SDMI Chairman
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VII. Financial and Statistical
A. DISTRICT TREASURER’S REPORT
Dr. Porter, Dr. Wilson, and members of the assembly:
The fiscal year for the Chicago Central District was from March 1, 2013 to February 28, 2014.
Today, I will report of God's faithfulness in providing resources to further His kingdom through the
Chicago Central District.
1. Audit
The district financial statements were analyzed by external auditors as a compilation in
accordance with Statements on Standards for Accounting and Review Services issued by the American
Institute of Certified Public Accountants. We continue with the cycle of having a full audit every four
years, with compilations in intermediate years.
The district has six segregated funds reserved for specific purposes. Descriptions of each fund
are listed on page 8 of your copy of the financial statements. One copy has been distributed to the Senior
Pastor of each church.
2. Revenues
During this past year the district recorded $1,260,000 in revenues which were funded as follows:
$499,000 from the churches toward their district apportionment; $225,000 toward the Olivet education
fund donations; $15,000 in medical premiums; $55,000 in Alabaster Funds; $69,000 from camps;
$163,000 from the sale of the Hickory Hills parsonage; $49,000 in church planting donations and
$185,000 from gifts and various other sources.
3. Expenditures
Expenses totaled $1,231,000 which included $232,000 in Olivet education fund; $185,000 for
mission projects; $185,000 for wages and employee benefits; $182,000 in property expenses; $41,000 in
property purchases; $110,000 to support the Costa Rica District property and truck purchases; $17,000 in
expenses related to General Assembly; $24,000 church planting expenses; $15,000 in medical
premiums; $65,000 for camping ministries; utility, insurance, and administrative expenses of $75,000;
$26,000 provided to the NMI, NYI, & SDMI departments for their ministry budgets; $74,000 in
miscellaneous other expenses.
4. Change in Net Assets
The change in net assets for 2014 was a positive $29,000. The main factors for this change are;
1) churches paying down loans from the district 2) receivables considered collectible and fewer written off
as bad debt 3) continued vacant church property management. The district sold the Hickory Hills
parsonage in May 2013. The district also purchased one property during the fiscal year. The new
property is in a Chicago neighborhood where church planters are at work. The positive change in net
assets is the first positive change in four years. To maintain this positive trend, the District
Superintendent and the District Advisory Board continue to evaluate vacant properties as they relate to
the mission objectives of the district and manage expenses to income.
5. Receivables
The receivables were each reviewed to determine the likelihood that each would be collected at
the amount listed. An allowance is recorded to offset receivables in which full payment has been
determined to be doubtful.
6. Long-Term Liabilities
The district holds mortgages on three properties and one automobile loan. The rates on these
loans vary from 3%-6.5%. The first to mature will do so in 2016 with a lump sum payment.
7. Short-Term Liabilities and Cash
The District had an ending cash balance for all funds of $174,000. This year, $499,000 was
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received in district apportionments, which was 3.5% lower than the $517,000 in 2012-13. The District has
a $100,000 Line of Credit available, with $75,000 used to support district mission goals in 2013-14. The
line will come due for renewal in October 2014.
8. Funding the Mission through the 2013-14 Budget
The district’s apportionment figure recommended by the District Finance Committee is 5% of total
church charitable income, less WEF and 10% giving. This percentage is unchanged from last year. The
income budget for 2014-15 has been planned based on the normalized average of the past four years.
I have served three full years as treasurer and this is my fourth report to the assembly. It is a
blessing to work with the District Advisory Board, District Superintendant, district staff and churches. I am
grateful for the opportunity to serve the Lord as the treasurer of the Chicago Central District.
Respectfully submitted,
Heidi D. Taylor
District Treasurer
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B. STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION AND SUPPLEMENTAL FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
INDEPENDENT ACCOUNTANTS’ COMPILATION REPORT
Board of Directors
Chicago Central District, Church Of The Nazarene
Chicago, Illinois
We have compiled the accompanying financial statements of Chicago Central District, Church Of The
Nazarene (a not-for-profit corporation), which comprise the statements of financial position as of February
28, 2014, and the related statements of changes in net assets, and cash flows. We have not audited or
reviewed the accompanying financial statements and, accordingly, do not express an opinion or provide
any assurance about whether the financial statements are in accordance with accounting principles
generally accepted in the United States of America.
Management is responsible for the preparation and fair presentation of the financial statements in
accordance with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America and for
designing, implementing, and maintaining internal control relevant to the preparation and fair presentation
of the financial statements.
Our responsibility is to conduct the compilation in accordance with Statements on Standards for
Accounting and Review Services issued by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. The
objective of a compilation is to assist management in presenting financial information in the form of
financial statements without undertaking to obtain or provide any assurance that there are no material
modifications that should be made to the financial statements. During our compilation, we did become
aware of a departure from accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America that
is described in the following paragraph.
As disclosed in Note 2 to the financial statements, property is stated at appraisal value in the
accompanying balance sheet. Accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America
require that such assets be recorded at acquisition cost, if purchased, or at fair value if donated or
contributed, and those amounts be depreciated over the estimated useful lives of the assets. The effect of
this departure from accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America on the
financial statements has not been determined.
The 2014 supplementary information as listed in the table of contents is presented for purposes of
additional analysis and is not a required part of the basic financial statements. The supplementary
information has been compiled from information that is the representation of management. We have not
audited or reviewed the supplementary information for the year ended February 28, 2014 and,
accordingly, do not express an opinion or provide any assurance on such supplementary information.
The 2013 financial statements were audited by us, and we expressed a qualified opinion on them in our
report dated April 8, 2013 due to the fact we were not able to satisfy ourselves with respect to the
District’s property and equipment. In addition, the supplementary information for the year ended February
28, 2013, was subjected to the auditing procedures applied in the audit of the financial statements and
certain additional procedures, including comparing and reconciling such information directly to the
underlying accounting and other records used to prepare the financial statements or to the financial
statements themselves, and other additional procedures in accordance with auditing standards generally
accepted in the United States of America. Our report stated that the information was fairly stated in all
material respects in relation to the financial statements as a whole. We have not performed any auditing
procedures on either the financial statements or on the supplementary information since April 8, 2013.
Borschnack, Pelletier & Co.
April 1, 2014
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CHICAGO CENTRAL DISTRICT, CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION
FEBRUARY 28, 2014 AND 2013
2014
2013
(compiled)
(audited)
ASSETS
Cash in banks
Loans to churches, net
Prepaid expenses
Property
$ 174,238
$ 122,839
153,149
184,976
5,753
5,753
3,358,748
3,317,748
$ 3,691,888
$ 3,631,316
LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS
LIABILITIES
Notes payable
Line of credit
$ 307,902
$ 350,994
75,000
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382,902
350,994
District Centennial Projects
29,842
4,664
Camps
10,575
6,433
Foundation
62,212
32,822
General Assembly
2,059
12,263
Medical Insurance
8,412
6,506
District Evangelism
61,138
60,151
3,134,748
3,157,483
3,308,986
3,280,322
$ 3,691,888
$ 3,631,316
Total Liabilities
UNRESTRICTED NET ASSETS
Designated by the Board for:
Undesignated
Total Unrestricted Net Assets
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CHICAGO CENTRAL DISTRICT, CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
STATEMENTS OF CHANGES IN NET ASSETS
FOR THE YEARS ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2014 AND 2013
2014
2013
(compiled)
(audited)
REVENUE AND SUPPORT
District Centennial Projects
$ 48,712
$ 13,305
Camps
68,711
93,116
Foundation, including proceeds on property sales
371,190
475,075
General Assembly
6,803
5,006
Medical Insurance
15,388
17,637
District Evangelism
748,767
786,028
1,259,571
1,390,167
District Centennial Projects
23,534
8,973
Camps
64,569
88,715
Foundation
292,037
275,352
General Assembly
17,007
6
Medical Insurance
15,269
18,315
District Evangelism
789,531
764,122
Bad debt expense
13,110
270,289
Interest expense
15,850
13,875
1,230,907
1,439,647
28,664
(49,480)
NET ASSETS - BEGINNING OF YEAR
3,280,322
3,329,802
NET ASSETS - END OF YEAR
$3,308,986
$3,280,322
Total Revenue and Support
EXPENSES
Total Expenses
CHANGE IN NET ASSETS
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CHICAGO CENTRAL DISTRICT, CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS
FOR THE YEARS ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2014 AND 2013
2014
2013
(compiled)
(audited)
CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES
Change in net assets
$ 28,664
$ (49,480)
Adjustments to reconcile change in net assets to net
cash provided by (used in) operating activities:
Loss (gain) on sale of property
(162,500)
(375,000)
13,110
270,289
Loans to churches, net
18,717
(6,884)
Total Adjustments
(130,673)
(111,595)
(102,009)
(161,075)
Proceeds from sale of property
162,500
375,000
Purchases of property
(41,000)
(82,658)
Net Cash Provided By (Used In) Investing Activities
121,500
292,342
Proceeds from (payments on) line of credit, net
75,000
(75,000)
Payments of notes payable
(43,092)
(17,593)
Net Cash Provided By (Used In) Financing Activities
31,908
(92,593)
NET INCREASE (DECREASE) IN CASH
51,399
38,674
CASH IN BANKS - BEGINNING OF YEAR
122,839
84,165
$ 174,238
$ 122,839
$ 15,850
$ 13,875
Mortgage note payable from purchase of property
$
-
$ 120,000
Note payable from purchase of vehicle
$
-
$ 25,010
Provision for bad debts
Changes in net assets & liabilities (Increase) decrease in assets:
Net Cash Provided By (Used In) Operating Activities
CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES
CASH FLOWS FROM FINANCING ACTIVITIES
CASH IN BANKS - END OF YEAR
SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION
Interest paid
Non-cash financing activity:
96
CHICAGO CENTRAL DISTRICT, CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FEBRUARY 28, 2014 AND 2013
NOTE 1 - NATURE OF OPERATIONS
Chicago Central District, Church of the Nazarene, is a not-for-profit organization located in Chicago,
Illinois. The object and purpose of the Organization is to promote the development and organization of
churches and other religious institutions under the sponsorship of the Church of the Nazarene and to
generally promote the welfare of the Church of the Nazarene throughout the Chicago Central District of
said church.
Chicago Central District covers northeastern Illinois consisting of the counties of McHenry, Lake, Kane,
DuPage, Cook, Kendall, Will, Grundy, Kankakee, Iroquois, Ford and a portion of Vermillion.
Its membership consists of all the members of the Chicago Central District Assembly of the Church of the
Nazarene.
NOTE 2 - SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES
Basis of accounting
The financial statements of the Chicago Central District, Church of the Nazarene, have been prepared on
the accrual basis of accounting.
Basis of presentation
The Organization follows FASB Account Standards Codification 958 (Not-for-Profit Entities) which
establishes standards for external financial reporting by not-for-profit organizations and requires that
resources be classified for accounting and reporting purposes into three net asset categories according to
externally (donor) imposed restrictions and requires the Organization to distinguish between contributions
received for each net asset category in accordance with donor imposed restrictions. A description of the
three net asset categories follows:
Unrestricted Net Assets
Net assets that are not subject to donor-imposed stipulations.
Temporarily Restricted Net Assets
Net assets subject to donor-imposed stipulations that may or will be met either by the actions of the
District and/or passage of time.
Permanently Restricted Net Assets
Net assets subject to donor-imposed stipulations that may be maintained permanently by the District.
Generally, the donors of these assets permit the District to use all or part of the income earned on related
investments for general or specific purposes.
Revenue recognition
Contributions received are recorded as unrestricted, temporarily restricted or permanently restricted
support, depending on the existence and/or nature of any donor restrictions.
Income tax status
The Organization qualifies as a tax-exempt organization under Code Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal
Revenue Code and, therefore, has no provision for federal income taxes.
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CHICAGO CENTRAL DISTRICT, CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FEBRUARY 28, 2014 AND 2013
NOTE 2 - SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (CONTINUED)
Cash
The Organization maintains its cash balances at various banks. The Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation insures accounts at each institution up to $250,000.
Property
Recorded property is valued at its cost, estimated cost, or appraisal value if cost figures were not
available. It is the Organization’s policy not to depreciate the property.
Expenditures for maintenance and repairs of property and equipment are charged to expense as
incurred, and major improvements are capitalized. Upon retirement, sale or other disposition of property,
the cost is removed from the accounts and the related gain or loss, if any, is reflected in the year of
disposal.
Donated services
No amounts have been reflected in the financial statements for donated services. The Organization pays
for services requiring specific expertise. However, many individuals volunteer their time and perform a
variety of tasks that assist the Organization with its various programs.
Reclassifications
Certain 2013 amounts have been reclassified to conform to the 2014 presentation.
Estimates
The preparation of financial statements in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles
requires management to make estimates and assumptions that affect certain reported amounts and
disclosures. Accordingly, actual results could differ from those estimates.
Board designated District funds
The District uses Funds to account for its various sources of revenues and expenditures. Financial
schedules for each fund are presented as supplementary information.
A description of the Funds in use at February 28, 2014 and 2013 follows:
District Centennial Projects Fund
This fund represents monies, given by individuals and/or churches, which are not included in the District
Evangelism Fund, but which are designated for use in one of the District projects approved by
Stewardship Ministries.
Camps Fund
This fund includes monies brought in through camping ministries’ fees and paid out for camping
ministries’ expenses.
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CHICAGO CENTRAL DISTRICT, CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FEBRUARY 28, 2014 AND 2013
NOTE 2 - SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES (CONTINUED)
Board designated District funds (continued)
Foundation Fund
This fund may include monies received from sale of property, undesignated gifts, monies transferred from various
District sources and other monies not designated for any of the other listed funds. Unless specifically designated
by the District Advisory Board, Foundation Fund monies may be used for property purchases anywhere in the
District, regardless of where the monies originated. These monies may be used for other capital expenses and for
expenses not otherwise covered by the other listed funds.
General Assembly Fund
This fund represents an amount annually designated from the District Operating Budget and set aside for use
every four years for paying the expenses of General Assembly Delegates from the District.
Medical Insurance Fund
This fund is used to collect the Church’s and the employee’s portion of the medical insurance premiums. The fund
remits the total premiums to the insurance company.
District Evangelism Fund
This fund (formerly the Unified District Budget Fund) includes the District Evangelism monies received from local
churches in the District, which are used for the District Administrative Budget and District Mission Projects
Budget. This fund also handles the in-out monies for various events such as Pastors and Spouses' Retreats,
Christmas Banquets, etc.
Fiscal Year End
The Organization has changed their fiscal year end to the last day of February beginning with fiscal year 2012.
NOTE 3 - LOANS TO CHURCHES
The loans receivable represent advances to various Nazarene churches in the Chicago Central District, billings to
various churches and individuals for insurance, and earnest money to be returned to the District for unpurchased
property. The advances bear a rate determined by the District Advisory Board. However, if the Church has paid
its District Evangelism budget, the interest rate is reduced to zero. Loans receivable are written off when they are
determined to be uncollectible. The allowance for doubtful accounts is estimated based on the District’s historical
losses, the existing economic conditions and the financial stability of its churches. Included in loans to churches,
net is an allowance for doubtful accounts in the amount of $599,822 and $629,640 as of February 28, 2014 and
2013, respectively
NOTE 4 - NOTE RECEIVABLE
On April 29, 2005, the District sold one of its properties for the amount of $500,000. Terms of the sale are cash
plus a note receivable for $490,000. This note was interest-free until May 2010. As of that date, the note earns
interest at a variable rate adjusted annually in May and is payable based on a twenty year amortization. The note
is considered impaired and no interest has been accrued. The balance on the note receivable was $480,942 at
February 28, 2013. There were no payments received during the past two years. The District had included an
allowance against the note receivable in the amount of $480,942 at February 28, 2013. At February 28, 2014, the
District Board removed the notes receivable from the books as it was determined to be totally uncollectible.
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CHICAGO CENTRAL DISTRICT, CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FEBRUARY 28, 2014 AND 2013
NOTE 5 - NOTES PAYABLE
Notes payable consist of the following:
Secured Property
Gage Park
Pastoral Transition Loan
Austin Parsonage
Western Avenue Chicago
Automobile
Maturity
Date
Interest
Rate
9/22/2016
12/31/2018
7/14/2024
8/10/2017
11/30/2017
6.500%
0.000%
3.000%
6.500%
5.440%
Monthly
Payment
Balance
2/28/2014
Balance
2/29/2013
832.50 * $ 85,695
333.33 **
843.64
88,978
1,051.55 *
114,272
477.03
18,957
$ 3,538.05
$ 307,902
$ 89,510
23,000
96,181
118,033
24,270
$ 350,994
* Also includes a lump-sum payment at maturity
** Paid off during fiscal year ending February 28, 2014.
The principal maturities of notes payable are as follows:
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
Thereafter
$
22,171
23,327
95,843
109,097
8,487
48,977
$ 307,902
NOTE 6 – LINE OF CREDIT
The District has an unsecured $100,000 line of credit with a bank, with interest at the national prime rate, with a
floor of 5%, expiring October 2014. The line of credit had a balance of $75,000 and $0 at February 28, 2014 and
2013, respectively.
NOTE 7 – OPERATING LEASE
The District leases a condominium for the District Superintendent that expires July 31, 2015. Also, the District
rents office equipment under an operating lease agreement that expires April 30, 2015. Rent expense for the year
ended February 28, 2014 and 2013 was $60,190 and $65,702, respectively. During fiscal year 2014 and 2013,
the District also was renting office space through January 2014.
Future minimum lease payments are as follows:
2015
2016
$
$
100
28,680
10,780
39,460
CHICAGO CENTRAL DISTRICT, CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
FEBRUARY 28, 2014 AND 2013
NOTE 8 – SHARED SPACE AGREEMENT
The District has a shared space agreement on its church building located in New Lenox. The
shared space agreement commenced in October 2012 and ends in September 2014. The future
minimum rental income for the year ending February 28, 2015 is $5,950.
Rental income for the year ended February 28, 2014 was $10,200.
NOTE 9 - COMMITMENTS
The District agreed to guarantee bank debt, for no consideration, of five churches in the District
(to enable them to obtain a more favorable interest rate). The District can be required to perform
on the guarantee only in the event of nonpayment of the debt by the individual churches. The
District holds the following commitments:
Wesleyan Investment Foundation
Chicago First Church
Real Life
Crystal Lawn
Living Water
Calvary Church
$207,600
$89,619
$178,391
$247,935
$48,670
Peoples Bank of Kankakee County
House of Prayer
Kankakee Westbrook
$433,299
$190,937
First Financial Bank
Danville Northside
$13,391
NOTE 10 – SUBSEQUENT EVENTS
The District has evaluated its February 28, 2014 financial statements for subsequent events
through April 1, 2014, the date the financial statements were available to be issued. During fiscal
year 2014, Aurora Word and Worship requested to be declared inactive. In March 2014, the
District has assumed all liabilities associated with this Church. At February 28, 2014, the Church
had a balance on their mortgage of $67,363. The mortgage and property are still listed in the
Church’s name. On March 15, 2014, the District’s Advisory Board approved to refinance the
property and put the mortgage and building in the District’s name.
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CHICAGO CENTRAL DISTRICT, CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
SCHEDULES OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
FOR THE YEARS ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2014 AND 2013
Beginning
Ending
Cash
Cash
Balance
Receipts
Disbursements
Balance
FUND
District Centennial Projects
$ 4,664
$
48,712
$
23,534
$ 29,842
Camps
6,433
68,711
64,569
10,575
Foundation
32,822
398,369
368,979
62,212
General Assembly
12,263
6,803
17,007
2,059
Medical Insurance
6,506
26,175
24,269
8,412
District Evangelism
60,151
818,518
817,531
61,138
$122,839
$1,367,288
$1,315,889
$174,238
$ 84,165
$1,408,412
$1,369,738
$122,839
Totals for the
year ended
February 28, 2014
(Compiled)
Totals for the
year ended
February 28, 2013
(Audited)
102
CHICAGO CENTRAL DISTRICT, CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
SCHEDULES OF CASH IN BANKS
FEBRUARY 28, 2014 AND 2013
Fund
Financial Institution
2014
2013
(compiled)
(audited)
DCP
PNC Bank
$ 29,842
$ 4,664
CPF
First American Bank
10,575
6,433
FDN
PNC Bank/Citizens Community Bank
62,212
32,822
GAF
First American Bank
2,059
12,263
MIF
Homestar Bank
8,412
6,506
DEF
Peoples Bank
61,138
60,151
$ 174,238
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$ 122,839
CHICAGO CENTRAL DISTRICT, CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
SCHEDULES OF PROPERTY
FEBRUARY 28, 2014 AND 2013
2014
2013
(compiled)
(audited)
Blue Island
$ 52,500
$ 52,500
Braidwood
29,909
29,909
Chicago Austin Parsonage
186,225
186,225
Chicago First Spanish
304,754
304,754
Chicago Ingleside
13,719
13,719
Chicago Ingleside Parsonage
10,000
10,000
Chicago Lincoln Park Parsonage
142,375
142,375
Chicago Norridge
50,000
50,000
Chicago Summit
48,000
48,000
Chicago Summit Parsonage
32,000
32,000
Crystal Lake
164,479
164,479
Emanuel Spanish
536,470
536,470
Gage Park
145,000
145,000
Joliet Crystal Lawns
25,000
25,000
Kankakee Eastridge
110,000
110,000
Kankakee Eastridge Parsonage
46,500
46,500
Kankakee Westbrook
132,000
132,000
4,000
4,000
Limestone
332,000
332,000
Lowe Avenue Parsonage
41,000
-
Momence
120,000
120,000
New Lenox
53,000
53,000
North Chicago
213,580
213,580
Paxton
27,400
27,400
Schaumburg
163,772
163,772
Schaumburg Parsonage
54,000
54,000
Sheldon
22,897
22,897
Vehicle
25,010
25,010
Waukegan
123,000
123,000
Western Avenue
150,158
150,158
$3,358,748
$3,317,748
Kempton
Total Property
Note: Recorded property is valued at its cost, estimated cost or appraised
value. It is Organization's policy not to depreciate the property.
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CHICAGO CENTRAL DISTRICT, CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
SCHEDULES OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
DISTRICT CENTENNIAL PROJECTS FUND
FOR THE YEARS ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2014 AND 2013
CASH IN BANK - BEGINNING OF YEAR
2014
2013
(compiled)
(audited)
$ 4,664
$
332
RECEIPTS
Church planting support
Offerings
Portage Park
Urban Ministries
Total Receipts
TOTAL TO ACCOUNT FOR
48,637
12,385
75
350
-
10
-
560
48,712
13,305
53,376
13,637
23,534
8,953
-
20
DISBURSEMENTS
Church planting
Bank charges
Total Disbursements
23,534
CASH IN BANK - END OF YEAR
$ 29,842
105
#
8,973
$ 4,664
CHICAGO CENTRAL DISTRICT, CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
SCHEDULES OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
CAMPS FUND
FOR THE YEARS ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2014 AND 2013
CASH IN BANK - BEGINNING OF YEAR
2014
2013
(compiled)
(audited)
$ 6,433
$ 2,032
RECEIPTS
Donations
-
10
Exceptional Children's Camp
18,085
19,851
Kidz Camp
37,066
45,630
Senior High Camp
13,560
27,625
68,711
93,116
75,144
95,148
Exceptional Children's Camp
20,443
21,478
Kidz Camp
33,497
42,163
Senior High Camp
10,629
25,074
64,569
88,715
$ 10,575
$ 6,433
Total Receipts
TOTAL TO ACCOUNT FOR
DISBURSEMENTS
Total Disbursements
CASH IN BANK - END OF YEAR
106
CHICAGO CENTRAL DISTRICT, CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
SCHEDULES OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
FOUNDATION FUND
FOR THE YEARS ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2014 AND 2013
CASH IN BANK - BEGINNING OF YEAR
2014
2013
(compiled)
(audited)
$ 32,822
$ 36,308
Alabaster
55,000
55,000
Costa Rica donations
60,000
-
RECEIPTS
Interest income
92
7
Miscellaneous
34,181
9,234
Rent income
59,417
35,834
162,500
375,000
371,190
475,075
5,000
12,795
22,179
(30,878)
398,369
456,992
431,191
493,300
110,000
-
-
4,260
Proceeds from sale of property
Transfer from District Evangelism
Decrease
(increase)
in
related
receivables
Total Receipts
TOTAL TO ACCOUNT FOR
DISBURSEMENTS
Costa Rica Support
Furniture & equipment
Miscellaneous
332
Olivet chapel
2,352
32,994
Property expenses
Payments on line of credit
181,705
235,746
292,037
275,352
-
75,000
Purchase of property
41,000
82,658
Payments made on notes payable
35,942
27,468
368,979
460,478
$ 62,212
$ 32,822
Total Disbursements
CASH IN BANK - END OF YEAR
107
CHICAGO CENTRAL DISTRICT, CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
SCHEDULES OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
GENERAL ASSEMBLY FUND
FOR THE YEARS ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2014 AND 2013
CASH IN BANK - BEGINNING OF YEAR
2014
2013
(compiled)
(audited)
$12,263
$ 7,263
District budget
6,800
5,000
Interest income
3
6
6,803
5,006
19,066
12,269
Delegate expense
16,000
-
Miscellaneous
1,007
6
17,007
6
$ 2,059
$ 12,263
RECEIPTS
Total Receipts
TOTAL TO ACCOUNT FOR
DISBURSEMENTS
Total Disbursements
CASH IN BANK - END OF YEAR
108
CHICAGO CENTRAL DISTRICT, CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
SCHEDULES OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
MEDICAL INSURANCE FUND
FOR THE YEARS ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2014 AND 2013
CASH IN BANK - BEGINNING OF YEAR
2014
2103
(compiled)
(audited)
$ 6,506
$ 8,595
15,388
17,637
15,388
17,637
10,787
10,923
26,175
28,560
32,681
37,155
15,269
16,660
-
1,655
15,269
18,315
Transfer to District Evangelism
9,000
12,334
Total Disbursements
24,269
30,649
$ 8,412
$ 6,506
RECEIPTS
Churches and individuals
Decrease (increase) in related receivables
Total Receipts
TOTAL TO ACCOUNT FOR
DISBURSEMENTS
Health premiums
Miscellaneous
CASH IN BANK - END OF YEAR
109
CHICAGO CENTRAL DISTRICT, CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
SCHEDULES OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
DISTRICT EVANGELISM FUND
FOR THE YEARS ENDED FEBRUARY 28, 2014 AND 2013
CASH IN BANK - BEGINNING OF YEAR
2014
2013
(compiled)
(audited)
$ 60,151
$ 29,635
District Evangelism budget
498,993
516,793
Educational budget
224,812
229,460
In and out income
11,615
27,361
64
46
13,283
12,368
RECEIPTS
Interest income
Miscellaneous
748,767
786,028
(14,249)
13,071
75,000
-
9,000
12,334
818,518
878,669
811,433
841,068
Salaries and wages
116,115
104,389
Employee benefits
68,822
68,016
5,714
19,997
District NMI
10,000
16,000
District NYI
10,000
15,000
Decrease (increase) in related receivables
Proceeds from notes payable or line of credit
Transfer from Medical Insurance Fund
Total Receipts
TOTAL TO ACCOUNT FOR
DISBURSEMENTS
District administration:
Business and professional
District SDMI
6,000
6,000
District activities
35,888
21,872
Insurance
31,801
20,241
Office expenses
20,597
18,990
Telephone, utilities and other
22,488
37,666
327,425
328,171
184,944
157,121
512,369
485,292
Educational budget
232,407
228,794
In and out expense
44,755
50,036
789,531
764,122
23,000
4,000
5,000
12,795
817,531
780,917
$ 61,138
$ 60,151
Total District Administration
District Mission Projects
Total District Administration and Mission
Payments on note payable or line of credit
Transfer to Foundation
Total Disbursements
CASH IN BANK - END OF YEAR
110
C. SDMI TREASURER’S REPORT
Statement of Receipts and Disbursements
March 1, 2013 - February 28, 2014
General Assembly Savings
Beginning Balance (03/01/13) .................................................................................$ 9,200
Transfer from Checking Mar-June ...................................................................................800
Transfer for next Assembly from Checking ..................................................................1,750
Disbursements to Delegates ..................................................................................... - 8,861
Ending Balance (02/28/14) .........................................................................................2,889
Checking Account
Beginning Balance (03/01/13)
$13,142
Income
District Support
(remaining from 12/13- $800 + 13/14)
Prime Time
Childrens’ Quizzing
S.S. Convention
Total Income
Ending Balance before ExpensesExpenses
Administration
Council meetings, CPA, SS awards
6,800
1,680
507
211
9,198
$22,340
2,171
Adult Ministries
Prime Time
Biker Ministry
Childrens’ Quizzing
District S.S. Convention
Transfer to General Assembly savings
Total Expenses
2,192
500
303
558
2,550
8,274
Ending Balance 2/28/2014 (checkbook)
$14,066
Total deposit accounts month ending 02/28/2014=$16,955
<< Checking $14,066 and General Assembly Savings $2,889 >>
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D. NYI TREASURER’S REPORT
Statement of Receipts and Disbursements
March 1, 2013-February 28, 2014
_____________________________________________________________________________
Money Market Account
Beginning Balance (03/01/13)
YTD Interest
Money transferred to/from checking
Ending Balance
(02/28/2014)
$21,166.17
13.19
-19,000
$2,179.36
Checking Account
Beginning Balance (03/01/13)
adjustment for voided check after closed books
Adjusted Total Beginning Balance
Income
Convention
District support
10,000.00
Events
Dist Celebrate Life 3891.60
Reg. Celebrate Life 17,819.70
Golf Outing Fundraiser
Impact
NYC (old payment came in very late)
Quizzing
Snowball
Transfer from MM for CCD prop purchase** and Snowball
Youth Leaders Retreat
Total Income
$ 47,515.49
2,215.84
$49,731.33
241.00
21,711.30
3,675.00
200.00
350.00
726.40
55,371.00
25,000.00
200.00
117,474.70
Ending Balance before expenses
167,206.03
Expenses
Misc/Admin expenses (meetings, mileage, office)
Conventions- District NYI
DCL (2,715.60) & RCL (18,771.21)
General Convention
Golf Outing Fundraiser
JNI Ministries
NYI Leadership Conference (DLC)
Snowball
Teen Quizzing
Training
Youth Leaders Retreat
Transferred back to MM
In/Out Expense for Costa Rica property purchase**
Total Expenses
6,476.88
513.92
21,486.81
7,494.69
2,172.58
1,300.00
2,048.35
53,138.16
1,938.68
62.42
497.38
6,000.00
40,000.00
$143,129.87
Ending Balance in checkbook 02/28/2014)
$24,076.16
_____________________________________________________________________________
Total Beginning Balance (MM and Checkbook—03/01/13)
$68,681.66
Total Ending Balance (MM and Checkbook—(02/28/2014)
$26,255.52
*Restricted Funds in Money Market-$6,000 NYC; $7,500 General Convention.
** Loaned $40k to CCD General to help Costa Rica Norte purchase property for Muelle District
Center. To be repaid when?
112
E. NMI TREASURER’S REPORT
Statement of Receipts and Disbursements
March 1, 2013 – February 28, 2014
Beginning Balance, March 1, 2013
Unrestricted funds
General Convention Savings
Work & Witness
43 494.41
23 408.41
13 586.00
6 500.00
Income
General Funds
Offerings for missionaries
6 759.49
District and local funds
District allocations
District convention
Events: Prayer Retreat
Projects: Crisis Care Kits
Bank interest
10 000.00
1 079.40
384.00
608.00
2.98
6 759.49
12 074.38
Total Income
18 833.87
Total funds available
63 328.28
Expenses
General Expenses
General Convention
12 209.60
District Expenses
District operation expenses
District Convention
Offerings for missionaries
Offerings to GMC: LINKS
Offerings to GMC: Christmas Fund
Events: Children’s camp
Events: Prayer retreat
Events: Jamboree
Projects: Crisis Care Kits
Projects: Compassionate gift
Projects: Loan to District
1 150.13
2 068.32
5 250.00
2 422.00
580.00
1 000.00
1 100.00
300.00
824.27
850.00
10 000.00
12 209.60
25 544.72
Total Expenses
37 754.32
Balance as of February 28, 2014
25 573.96
Reviewed by CCD NMI Finance Committee
Date: April 5, 2014
Signatures: Ralph Goodwin and Lauralee Nothstine
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F. 2014-2015 DISTRICT OPERATING BUDGET
Anticipated Revenue
Local Church Apportionments ($40k x 12)
Gifts and Grants
From Foundation
Other Revenue
Total Revenue
Anticipated Expenses
480,000.00
12,000.00
-8,000.00
500,000.00
Projected
Expenses
Percentage
of total budget
Administration
Salaries and Wages
114,502.00
Employee Benefits
83,010.00
Business and Professional
14,200.00
Departments (NYI, NMI, SDMI)
26,000.00
District Activities
27,000.00
Insurance Policies
30,400.00
Office Expenses
20,288.00
Office and Properties
19,600.00
Savings
-
Total Administration
335,000.00
67.0%
District Mission
Camping Ministries
25,000.00
100 Percent Payment Plan
District Missional Partnerships
Work and Witness
40,000.00
-
Mission Areas
40,800.00
Other Mission Projects
59,200.00
Total District Mission
165,000.00
33.0%
TOTAL DISTRICT OPERATING BUDGET
500,000.00
100.0%
Anticipated Revenue
500,000.00
Difference
114
G. DISTRICT ASSEMBLY STATISTICAL GROWTH CHART
Board of General Superintendents
Year:
2014
District:
Chicago Central
ATTENDANCE/MEMBERSHIP
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
11,936
11,890
13,013
12,643
12,463
11,826
11,572
11,701
11,231
11,531
10,530
S.S. Attendance
5,641
5,488
5,803
5,780
5,012
4,688
4,581
4,519
4,974
5,270
4,671
Morning Worship
8,187
8,235
8,242
8,220
7,900
7,752
7,745
7,620
7,519
7,481
7,083
Church Membership
9,192
9,334
9,696
9,882
9,896
9,827
9,991
10,137
10,246
10,362
10,368
407
460
654
487
380
433
492
385
459
364
381
Total # of Org. Churches
73
74
75
75
76
71
72
73
73
72
71
New Churches Organized
3
1
2
0
1
1
2
2
0
0
0
S.S. Discipleship Resp.
New Nazarenes
FINANCES
HONORS/AWARDS
Amount Paid
Percent
Fiscal Year
Paid
2013–2014
General Superintendents’ Growth
Award Churches:
0
(as of 4/5/14)
******
World Evangelism Fund (5.5%)
$563,950
98%
District Ministries Fund (5%)
$498,508
97%
Education Fund (2.25%)
$248,643
100%
Pensions & Benefits Fund (2.25%)
$222,250
94%
World Evangelism Church
of Excellence Award:
29
******
Other
10% Churches:
Total Church Income
$12,305,725
115
36
VIII. Master Contact List
Last Name
First Name
Address
City
ST
Zip
Code
Email
Telephone
Ackerman
Adams
Adams
Adams
Aguilar
Aguilar
Aguilar
Aills
Aills
Alexander
Alfaro
Alfaro
Alfaro
Alfaro
Alger
Allen
Allen
Almanza
Alnimiri
Alonso
Al-Dair
Anderson
Anderson
Armendariz
Armstrong
Phyllis
Brenda
Leon L.
Robert E.
Danilo
Pedro
Marlon
Gary E.
Lynda
Jeffrey C.
Alberto
Hector E.
Irma Y.
Jose
Justin
Edith K.
McKenna
Elizabeth
Marwan
Eduardo
Sami
David
Robert
Jesus
Susan
7107 W. O'Connell Dr.
Chicago Ridge
IL
60415
[email protected]
708-448-8981
217 S. McGuire Dr.
4514 Laurie Ln.
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60950
60014
60647
60641
60641
60453
60453
60942
60025
60618
60025
60025
61832
60914
[email protected]
2952 N. Kildare
2952 N. Kildare
6343 W. 90th Pl.
6343 W. 90th. Pl.
609 W. Lincoln St.
229 Nordica Ave.
4148 N. Mozart
229 Nordica Ave.
229 Nordica Ave.
2214 N. Vermilion St.
1347 Westminster Ln.
Manteno
Crystal Lake
Chicago
Chicago
Chicago
Oak Lawn
Oak Lawn
Hoopeston
Glenview
Chicago
Glenview
Glenview
Danville
Bourbonnais
815-953-3435
815-529-8962
816-651-2684
773-282-3508
773-968-8454
708-599-5559
708-599-3315
217-772-3733
773-750-9753
773-992-7307
847-515-6290
847-515-6290
815-383-5493
915-932-4573
13246 E. 1250 N. Rd.
17111 Odell Ave.
10817 Rte. 176
12207 Pulaski Rd.
101 George Fox Drive
440 S. Enos
Momence
Tinley Park
Woodstock
Alsip
Danville
Kankakee
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60954
60477
60098
60803
61832
60901
20 Elmwood Dr.
Kankakee
IL
60901
2630 N. Mozart, Garden Suite
116
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
815-549-1595
312-237-5062
708-385-6091
[email protected]
217-474-8316
[email protected] 815-929-0174
[email protected]
224-200-6374
[email protected] 815-263-2685
Arnold
Atkins
Azouri
Bahr
Baker
Baptiste
Barnes
Bass
Bateman
Bauer
Bayles
Becker
Belcher-Rankin
Bell
Bell
Bellomy
Bellomy
Beltran
Benson
Benson
Bercham
Berry
Bimber
Birge
Bjorling
Blanchette
Bley
Bloom
Blomgren
Genevieve
Katie
Angie
William
Victor
Bianca
April
Jesse
Robert
Carol
Kathleen
David
Rebecca
Deborah Jean
William
Donald
Sharon
Roshelle
452 S. Wall
238 S. Fairfield Ave.
4646 N. Wolcott, Apt #1
590 Turnberry Dr.
6445 Saint Lawrence Street
Kankakee
Lombard
Chicago
Bourbonnais
Chicago
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60901
60148
60640
60914
225 Prairie Ridge Dr.
6941 W. 96th Pl.
10531 W. Hillcrest Dr.
1355 S. 6th St.
1524 Walnut St.
1162 S. Elm Ave.
1001 S. Evergreen
55 Castle Coombe Dr.
55 Castle Coombe Dr.
391 Drummond Dr.
391 Drummond Dr.
Minooka
Oak Lawn
Palos Park
Kankakee
Danville
Kankakee
Kankakee
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60447
60419
60464
60901
61832
60901
60901
60914
60914
60914
60914
Michael Andrew
One University Ave Box 6097
Michael
Steve
Karen
Jerry
Valerie
Elizabeth
Leon M.
Jordan
Norman W.
Ann
97 Sugar Leaf Turn
Trinity
353 N. Kendrick Ave.
519 E. Maple St.
319 State St.
T-124, 2065 Half Day Rd.
371 N. Michigan Ave.
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
IL
IL
60914
60914
Burlington
Lombard
Potomac
Deerfield
Bradley
WI
IL
IL
IL
IL
53105
60148
61865
60015
60915
Eden Prairie
Lemont
MN
IL
55347
60439
Elim Shores-7900 Timber Lake Dr.
529 Keepataw
117
773-936-2030
[email protected]
773-397-8599
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
815-521-4296
708-598-0596
708-448-0494
815-939-1883
217-431-1551
815-936-1121
815-212-0850
815-939-0130
815-939-0130
815-933-7801
815-933-7801
773-437-0156
815-370-4213
815-370-4209
262-767-1971
630-627-4962
217-898-0463
309-883-0147
815-939-3878
312-391-1703
952-738-2600
630-257-1035
Boerhnsen
Bowen
Bowling
Bowman
Braaten
Bragg
Bran
Branch
Branson
Bray
Brooks
Brower
Brown
Brown
Brown
Brown
Buckingham
Burkey
Burton
Busenbark
Caldwell
Caldwell
Calhoun
Calhoun
Calhoun
Calhoun
Campbell
Campbell
Campos
Karen
Charlotte
John
Bekah
Laurie J.
La Treese
Carlos
Machell
Robert O.
William
Grover
Dorothy
Beth
John
Robert A.
Robert I.
Debbie
Jonathan
Tina
Phyllis
Kathy
Paul
Betty
Matthew
Roger
Rebecca
Rachel Ann
Tyler
Elsa
1780 E. 3150 N Rd.
Martinton
IL
60951
One University Ave.
1805 Mid court Dr.
PO Box 4
15108 Irving Ave.
2930 N. Lewis
3705 Laurel Ln.
6377 Cabriolet Way
5727 Uncompaghre St.
11 Quartermaster
1343 Teresa Lane
2000 Ovaltine Ct., Apt #314
780 Eastwind Dr.
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
Belden
Dolton
Waukegan
Hazelcrest
Pendelton
Colorado Springs
Salem
Bourbonnais
Villa Park
New Lenox
IL
IL
CA
IL
IL
IL
IN
CO
SC
IL
IL
IL
60915
60915
95915
60419
60087
60429
46064
80923
29676
60914
60181
60451
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
815-485-0472
137 Sycamore Dr.
10858 S. Homan Ave
460 Bresee Ave
809 Buck Court
222 E. Ash St.
600 N. Colfax
600 N. Colfax
240 E. First St.
302 S. Joliet St.
240 E. First St.
302 S. Joliet St.
506 1/2 S. Fifth
506 1/2 S. Fifth
3021 N Lamon
Bolingbrook
Chicago
Bourbonnais
Manteno
Watseka
Crescent City
Crescent City
Wilmington
Wilmington
Braidwood
Wilmington
Kankakee
Kankakee
Chicago
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60490
60655
60914
60950
60970
60928
60928
60408
60481
60408
60481
60901
60901
60641
[email protected]
630-759-0990
618-218-9720
419-233-3318
815-351-6114
815-432-3285
815-683-2167
815-683-2167
815-458-6809
815-370-0195
815-458-6809
815-370-0195
815-450-0176
118
815-428-7067
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
815-939-1414
208-351-9183
530-616-0136
708-214-9952
847-623-8231
708-248-2704
765-778-4101
719-641-5188
864-219-0055
815-939-1466
773-427-0047
Campos
Canales
Canales
Cansler
Carey
Carey
Jonathan
Ada
Wilfredo
Roberta
Michael
Sharon
Cash
Cardenas
Carpenter
Carr
Carstensen
Carter
Cassidy
Castillo
Cazares
Chamberlain
Chamberlain
Chambers
Chambers
Charles
Cash
Cash
Cho (Hur)
Christensen
Christensen
Clark
Clark
Cleare
Cloud
Joseph
David
Zerita
Woody
Marjorie
Brandon M.
Joe
Marina
Leo
Lee
Sarah
Gregory
Marcella
Trent
Paul
Sue
Jee Young
Sara
Scott
David W.
Jennie
Samuel O.
Dean
220 E. Munroe St.
Bourbonnais
220 E. Munroe St.
Bourbonnais
714 Longfellow Lane
Mundelein
20042 Monterrey Ave.
Lynwood
20042 Monterrey Ave.
Lynwood
One University Ave. ONU
Box #6106
Bourbonnais
5247 W. Byron
Chicago
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60914
60914
60060
60411
60411
IL
IL
60914
60641
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
815-935-0524
815-935-0524
708-625-8197
708-418-8873
708-228-0454
469-278-2600
773-794-9665
708-747-6242
344 S. Fraser
1203 Jefferson
Kankakee
Downers Grove
IL
IL
60901
60515
815-603-4890
1047 N. Keystone St.
2214 N. Vermilion St.
2214 N. Vermilion St.
290 Windermere Way
290 Winermere Way
2030 W. Coulter St., #3F
15340 Holly Ct., Unit C
15340 Holly Ct., Unit C
2N Stevenson Ln.
1195 W. Wilson Dr.
1195 W. Wilson Dr.
1707 S. Newberry
823 E. Streamwood
721 Edwin Dr.
635 E. Thompson Ave.
Chicago
Danville
Danville
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
Chicago
Oak Forest
Oak Forest
Mt. Prospect
Kankakee
Kankakee
Chicago
Streamwood
Bourbonnais
Hoopeston
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60639
61832
61832
60914
60914
60608
60452
60452
60056
60901
60901
60608
60107
60914
60942
773-431-9069
217-597-2197
217-597-2197
815-933-9829
815-258-9455
440-539-4967
708-637-2311
708-637-2311
847-942-2915
815-929-0493
815-929-0493
312-547-9357
630-830-5780
815-933-5091
217-283-9040
119
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Collins
Combs
Compton
Conrad
Cook
Cook
Cook
Cook
Cooke
Cooper
Cordova
Cordova
Cordova
Corona
Corral
Cortez
Coughlan
Coulter
Crocker
Croft
Crombar
Cruea
Cruz
Cruz
Cundiff
Cunningham
Dace
Dalton
Davey
Marsha
Hugh A.
Rebecca
Mary
Ashley
Kevin
MaryAnn
Steven
Tom
Shawn
Eunice
Jorge
Ruth Irene
Marcos
Gloria
Paulina
Dan
Mary
Dennis J.
Jonathan D.
Craig
Adam
Beatriz
Salvador
T.W.
John
Trevor
Ron
Brandon K.
147 S. Walnut
14542 S. Mustang Dr.
Manteno
Homer Glen
IL
IL
60950
60491
PO Box 137
2704 Caddy Ln.
Georgetown
Joliet
IL
IL
61846
60435
22959 S. Frances Way
22959 S. Frances Way
674 Jeremy Dr.
3407 Kings Rd., Apt #203
127 N. Emerald
127 N. Emerald
Channahon
Channahon
Bourbonnais
Steger
Mundelein
Mundelein
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60410
60410
60914
60475
60060
60060
528 N. Maple St.
Momence
IL
60954
5616 S Artesian Ave.
Chicago
IL
60629
3339 N. 16010 E. Rd.
905 Percy Dr.
1 University Ave., Box 6092
1088 W. Walnut
210 N. Lincoln, Apt # 2
PO Box 775
2204 Desplane
2418 Batestown Rd.
801 Chatfield Rd.
265 N. Randolph
1454 Westminster Lane
One University Ave. #6112
Momence
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
Kankakee
Sheldon
Blue Island
Blue Island
Danville
New Lenox
Bradley
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60954
60914
60914
60901
60966
60406
60406
61832
60451
60915
60914
60914
120
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
815-922-4766
708-301-9168
517-303-9749
217-497-2050
815-630-5698
815-252-4744
815-482-0717
815-954-9537
847-949-7975
815-933-3039
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
773-720-8064
630-717-8950
815-472-6200
815-939-5103
269-568-4648
815-922-0254
765-860-8199
217-442-6984
815-462-1676
815-216-7092
815-933-4537
815-210-6545
Davis
Day
Day
Day
De Leon
De Leon
De Leon
De Leon
De Leon
Dearth Jr.
Dickson
Diehl
Dilbeck
Diveley
Doan
Doan
Dodd
Dodd
Dodds
Dominguez
Dominguez
Dominguez
Dominguez
Dominguez
Donovan
Dorries
Driscoll
Duarte
Duckwall
Dawn
Heather
Michael W.
Ruth
Alex
Chris
Edy
Licet
Ruth E.
Gary D.
Wade J.
Derek J.
Dennis
Dave
Tran
Uyen
Nancy
W. Randy
Jon
Bertha
Eleuterio
Francelli
Jose
Nayeli
Pam
Phillip
Jeremy
Mayra
Jennifer
6753 Magoun Ave.
112 Anita
2438 Erskine Rd.
2438 Erskine Rd.
10817 IL Rte. 176
4141 N. Kedvale Apt. #2D
4141 N. Kedvale Apt. #2D
394 Princeton Ave.
752 N.W. Holcomb
2118 N. Clark St. #2
6330 51st Ave.
344 Meadows Rd. North
4848 N. Sheridan
5770 N. Ridge
2324 Norfolk Rd.
2324 Norfolk Rd.
1477 W. Station St.
1911 Richmond
428 Fielding Ln.
428 Fielding Ln.
4546 W. Beach
428 Fielding Ln.
489 N. Douglas
1126 N. Bush
Hammond
Bourbonnais
Joliet
Joliet
Woodstock
Chicago
Mt. Prospect
Mt. Prospect
Chicago
Bourbonnais
Mundelein
Chicago
Kenosha
Bourbonnais
Chicago
Chicago
Crete
Crete
Kankakee
Chicago
Round Lake
Round Lake
Chicago
Round Lake
Villa Park
Kankakee
IN
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
WI
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
46324
60914
60433
60433
66098
60641
60056
60056
60641
60914
60060
60614
53142
60914
60640
60660
60417
60417
60901
60606
60073
60073
60606
60073
60181
60901
5704 N. Macarthur Blvd.
North Chicago
Warr Acres
IL
OK
73122
801 W. Huntington Commons Rd.
801 W. Huntington Commons Rd.
121
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
219-293-2967
815-953-1446
815-723-8352
815-723-8352
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
224-663-8709
224-663-8709
773-647-4131
815-802-1270
847-837-1828
810-569-3962
615-753-1387
815-939-1545
773-267-8662
773-430-4619
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
708-308-7089
815-935-5053
[email protected]
262-716-3912
262-716-3912
[email protected]
[email protected]
815-932-4070
312-375-8674
630-297-1029
Dunnill
Eaton
Easton
Edenburn
Edwards
Elless
Emmons
Enamorado
Enfield
Enfield
Engelkens
Eras
Erickson
Escobar
Evans
Evans
Evans
Evans
Fajardo
Farber
Fejes
Ferris Sr.
Fightmaster
Fischer
Fischer
Fish
Fisher
Fisk
Flemming
Sue
Dan
Christopher S.
Mary
Jill
Matthew R.
Jeffrey T.
Diana
Jeffery W.
Susie
Desiree
Edgar
Sharon
Mabely
Bennie
Michael
Thomas J.
Tracie C.
Jo
James
Andrew
Dan
Anthony
Christina
Jon
Karen
Ralph W.
Michael G.
Kurt
4388A W. Doris Dr.
P.O. Box 368
301 S. Stewart St.
6711 E. 3250 N. Rd.
439 Sullivan Ln.
9007 W. McCarthy Rd.
Kankakee
Minooka
Danville
Potomac
Braidwood
Ladoga
Palos Park
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IN
IL
60901
60447
61832
61865
60408
47954
60464
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
815-932-5828
815-467-4424
217-775-7595
217-497-6805
815-302-5106
765-376-0280
630-415-9383
4806 W. Doris Dr.
4806 W. Doris Dr.
20 Circle Dr.
Kankakee
Kankakee
St. Anne
IL
IL
IL
60901
60901
60954
[email protected]
815-935-9927
815-935-9927
815-954-7187
5847 W. 63rd St.
Chicago
IL
60638
[email protected]
1119 N. Cedar Rd.
12500 S. Lowe
1119 N. Cedar Rd.
12500 S. Lowe
6220 W. 94th St.
941 E. Washington St.
New Lenox
Chicago
New Lenox
Chicago
Oak Lawn
Morris
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60451
60628
60451
60628
60453
60450
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
533 Hollyberry Ln.
Bourbonnais
IL
60914
2130 Kingston Rd.
2130 Kingston Rd.
160 Scarlet Dr.
6556 S. Coldwater Rd.
1300 Dearborn St.
1511 W. Maple Avenue
Waukegan
Waukegan
Manteno
Blanchard
Joliet
Mundelein
IL
IL
IL
MI
IL
IL
60087
60087
60950
49310
60435
60060
216 N. Washington St., PO Box 177
122
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
773-581-5715
773-562-3979
815-919-5273
312-735-8166
708-308-9701
773-785-3268
708-903-0194
815-942-2816
815-935-0284
847-951-2154
815-932-1264
815-932-1264
815-263-6425
989-561-5775
815-263-5707
847-566-6969
Florian
Forgrave
Foster
Foster
Frazier
Frye
Gaikwad
Gall
Gamarro
Garcia
Garcia
Garcia
Garcia
Garcia
Garcia
Garcia
Garcia
Gardner
Gardner
Gardner
Garner
Garner
Garner
Garton
George
Gerstenberger
Girgis
Glenn
Godwin
Aaron
Mark
James
Roy E.
Lucille
Cameron
Sunil
Aaron M.
Margarita
Noemi
Ezequiel
Jose Enrique
Juan B.
Juan Carlos
Julio
Rene
Rita
Jennifer
Kevin
Valerie
Kenneth
Tanner
Teresa Beth
Franklin D.
Carol
Gary D.
Hany
Kyan
Sandy
819 Edwin Dr.
2208 W Garden Dr.
Bourbonnais
Kankakee
IL
IL
60914
60901
708-623-5909
815-932-3739
710 Westwood Drive
834 Texas Ave
Catlin
Danville
IL
IL
61817
61832
217-427-5648
217-431-0455
1112 Williams Ave.
1584 S. Sixth Ave
Deerfield
Kankakee
IL
IL
60015
60901
[email protected]
[email protected]
708-261-8844
815-929-9112
4177 W. Nelson St.
5443 W. 63rd PL.
540 Kresswood
4177 W. Nelson St. Apt. # 1
Chicago
Chicago
McHenry
Chicago
60641
60638
60050
60641
6042 S 74 CT
144 Slocum Lake Rd.
540 Kresswood
106 Meade St.
9591 E. Oakridge Dr.
9591 E. Oakridge Dr.
698 N. Locus St.
Summit
WAuconda
McHenry
Catlin
St. John
St. John
Manteno
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IN
IN
IL
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
773-790-7288
708-785-1080
815-999-9259
773-276-3792
847-483-4752
708-785-4589
[email protected]
[email protected]
815-999-9260
217-497-0268
219-365-3799
[email protected]
517-740-0406
698 N. Locus St.
198 Esther Cir.
512 Evergreen Ln.
53 Briarcliff Ln.
1020 S. Wildwood
7938 W. 90th St. Apt. 3E
1070 Cecil Dr.
Manteno
Bourbonnais
Bradley
Bourbonnais
Kankakee
Hickory Hills
Kankakee
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60950
60914
60915
60914
60901
60457
60901
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
517-740-7174
815-932-5120
815-937-1015
123
60501
60084
60050
61817
46373
46373
60950
[email protected]
815-935-8893
815-209-6695
815-933-2924
Gonzalez
Gonzalez
Goodwin
Goodwin
Gordon
Gnaedinger
Grajeda
Graves
Green
Green
Gregory
Grieb
Griffin
Grill
Grimm
Grimm
Grindle
Gross
Gross
Gross
Grubb
Gutierrez
Gutierrez
Hair
Hall
Hamilton
Hansen
Hansen
Harders
Josselyn
William M.
Alice
Ralph
Lari
Martha
Rosanita
Xavier
Barb
Melton
Allison J.
Cynthia
Tanner H.
John
Ashley
Melody
Jeffrey R.
Ada
Cheryl
Chip
Karen
Jeronimo
Maria
Jim
Diana
Donna
Karen
Ryan L.
Ricia
W. Chicago
313 Todd St.
Park Forest
IL
60466
1090 S. Elm Ave.
1045 Lioncrest Dr.
1387 Lincoln Ave. South
21 W. 549 N. Ave.
Kankakee
Richton Park
Highland Park
Lombard
IL
IL
IL
IL
60901
60471
60035
60148
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
1199 Mallard Dr.
1199 Mallard Dr.
204 E. State St.
894 Aberdeen Dr.
851 Gaoucester Ct.
1898 S. Oaklawn Dr.
Bradley
Bradley
Potomac
Crystal Lake
Bourbonnais
St. Anne
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60915
60915
61865
60014
60914
60964
810 Independence Dr.
7732 S. Austin Ave
620 Oakland
Bourbonnais
Burbank
Elgin
IL
IL
IL
620 Oakland
2206 Batestown Rd.
133 W. Courtland St.
6056 S. 74th Ave
12043 S 68th Ct.
1417 W. 183rd St
Elgin
Danville
Mundelein
Summit
Palos Heights
Homewood
6524 N. Bosworth Ave., #2
6524 N. Bosworth Ave. #2
611 Farm View Ave.
Chicago
Chicago
Bourbonnais
124
708-308-0733
815-922-1660
815-929-0308
708-283-2330
847-432-6985
630-778-0328
815-933-9130
[email protected]
260-224-7531
815-477-7626
815-509-1933
815-939-9736
60914
60459
60120
[email protected]
[email protected]
815-304-5042
312-237-1831
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60120
61832
60060
60501
60463
60430
[email protected]
847-488-0475
217-443-0949
847-970-6280
708-252-8021
708-448-4850
708-957-7078
IL
IL
IL
60647
60626
60914
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
920-629-9922
920-629-0461
815-715-2566
Hardy
Harris
Harris
Harris
Haskins
Hatcher
Hatcher
Hawthrone
Heath
Heck
Heck
Heckman
Hegerberg
Heinrich
Heinrich
Henderson
Hernandez
Hernandez
Hess
Hill
Hill
Hilliker
Hindmand
Hird
Hird
Hogan
Holcomb
Holden
Holden
Fred
James I.
Jerry W.
Sue
Duane
Anne Marie
Kevin
Natalie
Daniel
Edward H.
Kathy
Grant
Barb
Anne
Dwight
Latisha
Demetrio
Sergio
Charles
Sandi
Rich
Rebecca
Lawrence W.
Brandon E.
Jillian
Dustin
Mark
Joy
Randall
22609 Stanford Drive
220 Hauser Ct.
3130 N. McAree
3130 McAree Rd.
568 S. Fraser Ave.
156 Bernard St.
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60423
60451
60087
60087
60901
60914
60914
60953
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
708-478-3170
815-485-8916
847-662-5593
847-662-5593
815-932-2326
815-295-1523
[email protected]
815-295-2633
614 E. Jones
Frankfort
New Lenox
Waukegan
Waukegan
Kankakee
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
Milford
524 Olde Oak Dr.
524 Olde Oak Dr.
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
IL
IL
60914
60914
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
352 Dartmoor Court
Crystal Lake
IL
60014
156 Bernard St.
406 Watseka
Park Forest
IL
60466
4051 S. Montgomery Ave.
721 Sherman St.
Chicago
Danville
IL
IL
60632
61832
54 Windsor Dr.
965 E. Durham
9625 Mason Ave.
220 W. 5th St.
220 W. 5th St.
1 University Ave., Box 6128
1311 Sioux Turn
7614 South Odell
106 E. North St.
Oak Brook
Bradley
Oak Lawn
Momence
Momence
Bourbonnais
Kankakee
Bridgeview
Potomac
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60523
60915
60453
60928
60928
60914
60901
60455
61865
125
815-889-4813
630-879-2437
815-936-6369
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
708-349-0454
815-382-3342
630-585-0779
630-585-0779
708-582-5646
[email protected]
773-690-6832
217-446-6796
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
815-933-5020
708-857-4770
708-497-0430
708-497-0430
405-761-1165
815-216-6096
708-594-3604
217-304-3140
Holmgren
Huebner
Hur
Huynh
Huynh
Hwang
Im
Ireland
Jackson
Jensen
Johnson
Jones
Jones
Jones
Joplin
Kachlic
Karr
Karuchit
Kaufman
Khalil
Killion
Killion
Kim
Kim
Kim
King
King
Kist-Wilson
Klavohn
Andrew
Barry
Dae Haeng
Hoang Van
Touhy
Woo Yeun
Hyung Hark
Herbert
Phillip
Jennifer
Darren
Ronald
Sharon
Shirley
Elmer
Lori
Woody
Jessica D.
Duane B.
Nady
Robert G.
Shirley
Choong Shin
Jung Soon
Young C.
Daniel
Edgar Donald
Kathy
Jon E.
110 N. Ames St., Box 122
Cabery
IL
60919
522 E. Algonquin Rd. #200
2520 N. Keeler Ave.
2953 N. Kildare Ave.
1166 Northbury Ln #D-1
1371 Lorraine PL.
429 W. Evergreen St.
Schaumburg
Chicago
Chicago
Wheeling
Schaumburg
Wheaton
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60173
60639
60641
60090
60173
60187
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
3320 Holden Ct.
Matteson
IL
60443
494 Eugene Drive
511 W. Woodland Ave.
24106 N. Burr Ct.
12705 Bell Rd.
PO Box 123
17111 Odell Ave.
354 N. 000 E. Rd.
354 N. 000 E. Rd.
2830 Effingham Ct.
315 Cobbler Ln
1822 W. Thornwood Ln.
Bourbonnais
Lombard
Channahon
Lemont
Seneca
Tinley Park
Loda
Loda
Schaumburg
Buffalo Grove
Mount Prospect
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60914
60148
60410
60439
61360
60477
60948
60948
60193
60089
60056
960 Peony Lane
3 Thunderbird
960 Peony Lane
Bourbonnais
Oakwood
Bourbonnais
IL
IL
IL
60914
61858
60914
126
815-949-1790
847-942-2915
773-603-9449
773-427-4532
224-522-4059
847-630-9348
630-580-5567
217-446-3655
708-227-2197
708-945-8719
708-945-8720
815-932-8495
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
815-467-7876
708-574-8195
815-357-6145
708-949-8512
217-386-2814
217-386-2814
630-379-1493
773-319-7992
847-366-2069
708-283-0610
913-636-8312
217-431-0251
815-936-9359
Klein
Klinger
Klinger
Knight
Koch
Kochersperger
Kochersperger
Koehn
Krestel
Kring
Krueger
Laci
Laci
Lagunas
Lau
Laurea
Lawson
Le
Leach
Leathers
Ledbetter
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lee
Lehman
Lehman
Leigh
Lemment
Carolyn
Jodi
Kevin
Justin D.
William H.
Marlene
Terry
Cory
Sharon
Andrew
Martha
Frank R.
Loris
Maria
Gerry
Constante
Robert
Tuyen
Tara Beth
Terry
Nate
James B.
Joseph M.
Sang Kyun
Yeon Ok
Emmit
Lisa
Gilbert
Janae
2143 Hammel Ave.
4751 N. 5500 W. Rd.
4751 N. 5500 W. Rd.
One University Ave
660 Oak Run Dr.
9710 Hunters Lane
9710 Hunters Lane
20512 Gardner Ave.
4244 W. 156th St.
One University Ave.
5328 E. 9000N Rd.
517 S. 5th St.
517 S. 5th St.
28768 Pilgrims Pass
3901 W. 102nd. Place
Aurora
Kankakee
Kankakee
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
Spring Grove
Spring Grove
Chicago Heights
Midlothian
Bourbonnais
Manteno
Hoopeston
Hoopeston
Lakemoor
Chicago
5455 N. Christiana Ave., Apt. 1 Chicago
345 E. Marsik
Bourbonnais
2121 Hood 1W
Chicago
51 Dorsett Ct.
Aurora
735 N. Jackson
Bradley
Chicago
20211 Upper Greatland
Chugiak
th
4232 W. 127 St.
Alsip
4645 N. Sheridan Rd, Apt. 312 Chicago
3S. 139 Timber Dr.
Warrrenville
1301 Ascot Court
Grayslake
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
AK
IL
IL
IL
IL
60504
60901
60901
60914
60914
60081
60081
60411
60445
60914
60950
60942
60942
60084
60655
60625
60914
60659
60540
60915
6900 S. Chappel
IL
60649
Chicago
127
99567
60803
60640
60555
60030
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
815-935-1054
815-935-1054
815-932-3240
217-260-1894
815-675-0189
815-675-0189
815-450-8046
708-597-1579
815-939-5063
815-468-8291
217-260-1531
217-260-1511
773-239-5471
773-600-6529
815-929-0208
773-610-5750
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
312-802-7384
315-286-5860
765-215-9493
773-334-0534
630-930-3021
847-223-6317
[email protected]
773-288-4387
Leth
Lillie
Lindgren
Lindgren
Lineberry
Loew
Lonberger
Long
Lopez
Love
Lovett
Lovett
Lovett
Ludwig
Ludwig
Luhman
Luquingan
Luttrell
Luttrell
Luttrell
Madding (Day)
Makemson
Maldonado
Malley
Malliett
Manes
Manes
Manes
Mansfield
Carl
Reuben
Bob
Rose
Loren
Carl
Carlos
Joy
Olga
Mike
Carla
Donna
Russell James
David P.
Marlin
Donelle
Bethsy
Christopher
Megan
William T.
Heather
Fern
Romina
Karen
Lowell M.
Craig D.
Ellen
Ryan
Mandy
877 S. Chicago Ave.
5941 N. Greenview, Apt 2A
Kankakee
Chicago
604 Wade Crain Road
14340 S Knox
10456 S. Kedzie Ave.
10291 W. 1000 S. Rd
Bryson City
Midlothian
Chicago
Bonfield
1494 Bronstone Ct., Apt. # 201 MT. Prospect
1471 S. Fifth Ave.
Kankakee
204 E. Franklin St..
Wheaton
1295 W. Walnut St.
Kankakee
1295 W. Walnut St.
Kankakee
16606 Primrose Lane
Lockport
484 LaSalle Dr.
Somonauk
225 Mohawk Dr.
Bourbonnais
25706 W. Lilac Ave.
Monee
1825 Arbor Lane Apt.103
Crest Hill
270 W. Oak
Coal City
250 S. Washington
Braidwood
Joliet First
19616 N. 1430 E. Rd.
Danville
2602 N. McVicker
Chicago
3639 Rose Manor Terrace
Markham
743 Stockton Heights Dr.
Bourbonnais
613 Juniper Ln.
Bradley
18359 Riegel Rd.
Homewood
Westbrook
128
IL
IL
60901
60660
NC
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
28713
60445
60655
60913
60056
60901
60187
60901
60901
60441
60552
60914
60449
60403
60416
60408
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
61834
60639
60428
60914
60915
60430
[email protected]
[email protected]
815-936-1590
724-456-7493
708-489-1236
773-849-5188
815-426-6408
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
815-939-1456
630-790-0058
815-861-5552
815-861-5552
630-728-2032
815-351-8398
815-936-0998
[email protected]
708-481-3210
815-349-4193
779-225-0292
[email protected] 815-458-2006
[email protected]
[email protected]
217-443-1403
773-370-2605
708-860-3465
815-935-2206
815-592-1376
708-798-4511
Mansfield
Mason
Marklund
Martin
Martin
Martinez
Martz
Martz
Mathews
Maw
Mayen
Mayorga
Mayorga
Mayorga
Mazin
McCann
McCormick
McInturff
McDaniel
McDonald
McGee
McGrady
McLeary
Meadows
Meadows
Mejia
Melvin
Memenga
Mendez
Robert
Tamika
Genie
Stanley N.
Troy W.
Rolando
David
Leonard T
Dane E.
Deb
Enrique
Eriberta
Sergio
Sergio Jr.
Estuardo
Thomas W.
John T.
Faith
Sarah
Amanda
Sheila
Lily
Jake
Ken
Mary
Jose
Jeff
Michelle
Luis
4936 Arquilla Dr.
1806 Parkside Dr.
1481 Middlebury Ct.
6 Stonegate Ridge
631 W. Beau Apt. #1
6823 W. 112th St.
6823 W. 112th St.
522 Turnberry Dr.
1158 Game Trl. S
10115 Old Orchard Ct.
PO Box 775
PO Box 775
PO Box 775
5140 W. Oakdale Ave.
104 Circle Ct.
255 S. Poplar St.
19447 Tramore Ln.
33 Hubbard Trail
1673 Terramere Dr.
Richton Park
Shorewood
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
Des Plaines
Worth
Worth
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
Skokie
Blue Island
Blue Island
Blue Island
Chicago
Watseka
Manteno
Mokena
Watseka
Bourbonnais
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60471
60404
60914
60914
60016
60482
60482
60914
60914
60076
60406
60406
60406
60641
60970
60950
60448
60970
60914
5307 S 72nd
12219 Thomas Ct.
Summit
Mokena
IL
IL
60501
60448
133 W. Courtland St.
Mundelein
IL
60060
129
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
773-367-7920
815-744-3551
317-902-6198
815-939-4803
847-971-2916
708-448-8981
708-448-8981
815-933-7749
815-935-1883
773-351-2316
708-385-0984
708-385-0984
312-320-2363
[email protected]
815-432-2726
[email protected] 815-468-8231
708-479-0364
[email protected]
815-432-5819
[email protected]
815-354-5011
[email protected]
815-577-9649
[email protected]
[email protected]
708-563-9756
708-478-4741
630-778-0328
Metzger
Mercer
Mercer
Meyer
Middleton
Miller
Miller
Millhuff
Mills
Mills
Miranda
Mitchell
Mitchell
Mohler
Mohler
Mongerson
Montes
Moore
Moore
Morgan
Morris
Mosad
Mountain
Moyer
Murdaugh
Myer
Nelson
Nguyen
Nicholson
Inez
Mary
Timothy
Kathy
Elizabeth M.
Alan
Rodney J.
Howard G.
Linda
Wesley
Isabel
Debbie
Robert
John
Karen
John O.
Edmundo
Elizabeth J.
Franklin
Earl E.
David W.
Magdi
Mark C.
Bonnie
George
Kathy
Alverne
Lien K.
Cheryl
137626 Deer Valley Dr.
180 Spencer Ct.
180 Spencer Ct.
325 Brittany Tri.
Homer Glen
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
Elgin
IL
IL
IL
IL
60491
60914
60914
60120
10467 E. 1680 North Rd.
1135 Ironwood Ct.
6301 Victoria Drive
347 N. Cleveland
347 N. Cleveland
Oakwood
Elgin
Oak Forest
Bradley
Bradley
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
61858
60120
60452
60915
60915
201 E. Owen St.
345 East John Casey Rd.
PO Box 2
PO Box 2
183 N. Center Ave.
PO Box 775
203 Bernard St.
1113 Game Trail S.
494 Meadows Rd. S.
Elder
Ridge Farm
Bourbonnais
Kempton
Kempton
Bradley
Blue Island
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
61870
60914
60946
60946
60915
60406
60914
60914
60914
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
708-301-7917
815-802-0898
815-802-0898
224-856-1497
773-859-1577
217-799-3617
847-695-0078
708-641-5608
815-939-7608
815-939-7608
[email protected]
[email protected]
217-247-2858
815-278-1511
815-253-6250
[email protected]
815--953-5207
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
815-939-9061
815-928-5447
815-933-8216
708-439-3009
815-370-4064
847-872-5806
815-838-2867
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
1321 Eagle Bluff Dr.
2217 20th St.
1028 McCameron
Bourbonnais
Zion
Lockport
IL
IL
IL
60914
60099
60441
[email protected]
[email protected]
103 Old Farm Midcourt
2121 W. Hood 1W
29288 N. 990 E. Rd.
Bradley
Chicago
Potomac
IL
IL
IL
60915
60659
61865
[email protected]
[email protected]
130
815-933-1621
773-610-5790
217-286-3364
Noble
Noguera
Norman
Norman
Norman
Norton
Nothstine
Nothstine
Oathout
Ochoa
Olney
Ortega
Ottinger
Ottinger
Oxner
Palacios
Palinski
Panos
Park
Park
Patiño
Pavlick
Pavlick
Peeler
Peeler
Pena
Peñate
Perabeau
Peralta
Debra
Nelly
Brent L.
Elaine
Sharon D.
MaryAnn
Lauralee
Thomas
Kenny
Martha
Kent
Danny
John
Libby
William E.
Frida
Lisa
Ronald
Christina
Yong-Min
Jose Luis
Kenny R.
LaVene
Nancy
Todd W.
Jose
Edward
Charles
Catherine
853 S. Elm
Kankakee
IL
60901
373 Villabrook Dr.
Po Box 191
373 Villabrook Dr.
500 E. Florida Dr.
1124 W. Hawkins St.
1124 W. Hawkins St.
533 S. Main St.
127 Emerald Ave
282 E. Charles St.
Bourbonnais
Rossville
Bourbonnais
Crescent City
Kankakee
Kankakee
Kankakee
Mundelein
Bourbonnais
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60914
60963
60914
60928
60901
60901
60901
60060
60914
414 Ferndale
414 Ferndale
1494 Timber Ridge Ave
Round Lake Beach
Round Lake Beach
Kankakee
IL
IL
IL
60073
60073
60914
815-936-1802
203 E. Winter
122 E. Memorial Rd.
Danville
Bensenville
Wheaton
Wheaton
Prospect Heights
Williamsport
Williamsport
Kankakee
Kankakee
Lake in the Hills
Chicago
Chicago
Chicago
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IN
IN
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
61832
60106
60189
60189
60070
47993
47993
60901
60901
60156
60641
60640
60609
217-442-6031
630-766-8602
913-424-8967
913-424-8967
847-777-1393
765-793-7626
765-793-7626
815-932-3557
815-932-3557
224-595-3051
773-575-7688
773-558-5803
773-827-4640
1569 S. Country Farm Rd. #A
1569 S. Country Farm Rd. #A
860 E. Old Willow Rd. Apt.123
8490 S. 700 W.
8490 S. 700 W.
1131 S. 8th Ave
1131 S. 8th
26 West Oak St.
4041 N. Leclaire Ave.
1912 W. Leland
2117 W. 52 PL
131
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
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[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
815-573-5513
217-748-4199
815-573-5513
815-683-2095
815-304-4511
815-304-4511
847-949-7975
815-939-5132
Peralta
Perry
Pierson
Pineda
Pineda
Pineda
Pinto
Pinto
Pippin
Pitcher
Plumley
Polanco
Polanco
Polanco
Polanco
Poliak
Potter
Powell
Price
Primo
Qandah
Quade
Quade
Quanstrom
Quanstrom
Quezada
Quezada
Quimby
Rader
Joceline
Doug
Michael R.
Gilmar
Joanna
Sandra P.
Edith
Rodolfo
Anita
Kent
Ruth
Byron
Enrique
Gloria
Vanessa
Cathy
Shari
Carole
Tara
Nahum
Jamil
Amber
Brian
Mark
Roy
Alberto
Maria L.
Michael R.
Mary
2117 W. 52 PL
1602 Waterberry Dr.
220 N. Main St.
7401 W. 63rd St.
7401 W. 63rd St.
7401 W. 63rd St.
1528 N. Keeler
1528 N. Keeler
P.O. BOX 170
3134 Cobblestone Ln.
3415 Station Dr.
219 Parker Ave., Apt.201
219 Parker St., Apt. 201
219 Parker St., Apt. 201
219 Parker Ave., Apt.201
Chicago
Bourbonnais
Herscher
Summit
Summit
Summit
Chicago
Chicago
Bradley
Danville
Matteson
West Chicago
West Chicago
West Chicago
West Chicago
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60609
60914
60941
60501
60501
60501
60639
60639
60915
61832
60443
60185
60185
60185
60185
23853 McMullin Cr.
29323 Bean Creek Rd.
215 S Adams St.
30 N. 7th Ave
2536 N. Newcastle Ave.
12725 Bell Rd.
12725 Bell Rd.
291 William Latham Dr.
719-C Arbor Parkway
PO Box 75
PO Box 75
270 Windermere Way
18040 Kewaunee Dr.
Plainfield
Potomac
Westmont
Maywood
Chicago
Lemont
Lemont
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
Aroma Park
Aroma Park
Bourbonnais
Wildwood
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60586
61865
60559
60153
60707
60439
60439
60914
60914
60910
60910
60914
60030
132
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
773-827-4639
815-939-3777
815-421-4032
708-299-7402
708-299-7401
773-252-3908
773-329-1574
815-932-1252
217-443-4180
630-621-2056
630-621-2056
630-621-2056
630-621-2056
630-820-2834
815-436-6128
217-987-6422
815-922-3662
708-681-4430
773-622-0822
708-491-9373
708-491-9373
815-939-4831
815-928-5522
815-937-4039
815-937-4039
815-263-4090
Ramirez
Ramirez
Ramirez
Ramirez
Ramirez
Ramirez
Ramsay
Ratthahao
Reams
Reddick Jr.
Reiniche
Reiniche
Remmenga
Remole
Remole
Remole
Rethford
Reveles
Reyad
Reyad
Reynolds
Rice
Roach
Robinson
Robinson
Rodriguez
Roque
Rourbaugh
Ruch
Faustino
Hipolito
Israel
Noe
Omaira
Rachel
Kathy
James
Brian
Donald O.
Debbie Kay
John C.
Al
Mary
Stan
Steve
Wayne
J. C.
Afaf
Hosny
Connie
Desiree
Edna
Jeanna
Michael
Judy
Albiter
Charlie
Laura
3434 Prairie
801 Euclid Ct.
Brookfield
MT. Prospect
Highland Park
IL
IL
IL
60513
60056
60040
3434 Prairie
Brookfield
IL
60513
21 Stroup
226 Longford Ct.
1616 Waterberry Dr.
708 River Place
5448 E. 9000 N. Rd.
5448 E. 9000 N. Rd.
259 N. Blaine Ave.
31419 N. 750 E. Rd.
31419 N. 750 E Rd.
420 Palomino
565 N. Rosebud Dr. S.
Danville
Elgin
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
Manteno
Manteno
Bradley
Potomac
Potomac
Danville
Lombard
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
61832
60120
60914
60914
60950
60950
60915
61865
61865
61832
60148
17111 Odell Ave.
17111 Odell Ave.
2022 Liberty Ln.
611 E. 13th St.
6901 Charnswood Dr.
Tinley Park
Tinley Park
Tilton
Georgetown
Tinley Park
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60477
60477
61833
61846
60477
5148 W. Barry St.
Chicago
IL
60641
773-738-1838
16016 Mission Field Rd.
Oakwood
IL
61858
217-354-2834
1747 W. Chariot Ct., Apt. # 26
133
708-415-5492
[email protected]
847-922-6446
708-308-3999
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
217-431-2941
224353-1314
815-549-7683
815-592-7778
815-207-3595
815-207-3594
815-935-8473
217-987-6961
217-987-6961
217-987-6961
708-532-6100
708-532-6100
217-431-6087
217-446-7886
708-614-1106
Rupele
Russo
Ruthenbeck
Ryba
Ryu
Salazar
Salem
Sanchez
Sargent
Sarver
Sauer
Schaad
Schalasky
Schimmelpfennig
Schokry
Schroeder
Schweigert
Scouten
Seaman
Seegers
Sexton
Seymour
Seymour
Shokry
Short
Shrader
Silvers
Simon
Simpkins
Elaine
Jennifer
Karen
Matthew
Uk-Ryel
Elfega
Jacob D.
Rosalinda
Scott
Rhonda
Tyler
Julieta
Linda
Cindi S.
Nana
Rodney
Tim
Kevin
Lauren D.
Hamish
Don
Cheryl
Dennis
Nana
Jerry L.
Julie
Ken
Keith A.
Felix
336 Niagara
1448 Bayhill Drive
2256 W. Roscoe St., # 1R
1100 E. 55th St., #EB-2
5616 S Artesian Ave.
1044 W. North St., Apt. #3
Park Forest
New Lenox
Chicago
Chicago
Chicago
Bradley
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60466
60451
60618
60615
60629
60915
975 S. Lincoln
21 Wren Rd.
1 University Ave. Box 6101
Kankakee
Carpentersville
Bourbonnais
IL
IL
IL
60901
60110
60914
102 Dartmouth Dr.
Bourbonnais
IL
60914
401 E. Wyman
207 Fox Trail
Hoopeston
Bourbonnais
IL
IL
60942
60914
217-283-5936
815-936-0380
932 W. Willow
170 N. Michigan Ave.
165 S. Clinton
1380 Eagle Bluff
1380 Eagle Bluff
17111 Odell Ave
PO Box 497
2047 Wespark Ave.
20388 Taliesin Way
229 N. Roy St.
P.O. Box 948
Chicago
Bradley
Bradley
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
Tinley Park
Catlin
Whiting
Frankfort
Bourbonnais
Richton Park
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IN
IL
IL
IL
60614
60915
60915
60914
60914
60477
61817
46394
60423
60914
60471
773-456-7656
815-690-1225
815-937-0570
815-939-7135
815-939-7135
773-240-8528
217-474-8882
219-614-7316
708-429-0084
815-939-0914
708-633-5515
134
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[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
708-302-8513
815-485-8692
815-575-4554
872-253-3385
773-418-7262
810-955-9804
773-382-7960
815-936-9349
847-836-1361
810-569-4950
815-922-6841
Sims
Slider
Smallwood
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Smith
Snellenberger
Snodgrass
Snoreck
Spangenberg
Spangenberg
Sprunger
Stecks
Steffens
Stephensen
Sternal
Steward
Stimson
Stimson
Stipp
Stith
Stone
Story
Teresa
Jenny
Chardell
Matthew A.
Nathaniel
Ray
Rhonda
Robert D.
Savilla
Stephanie
Vernon
Warren N.
Paul
Claude L.
Frank
Caley
Steve
Virgil
Erick
Anthony
Ann
Carol
Ellen
Buck
Carrie
Holli
Nadine M.
Clifford
John Sr.
2992 Rolling Ridge
Elgin
IL
60124
847-888-3578
1540 Carver Circle
1305 Arrowhead Dr.
454 Tamarack St.
304 S. Main
319 Oswego
578 Westberry Ln.
PO Box 28
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
Park Forest
Gilman
Park Forest
Bourbonnais
Cabery
Brentwood
17845 Rose Ave.
45 St. Michael's Dr.
Lansing
Bourbonnais
60914
60914
60466
60938
60466
60914
60919
37027
60438
60914
815-933-0072
815-523-7046
708-710-3611
815-265-7921
708-283-9234
815-939-5263
815-584-6034
421 Carphilly Ct.
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
TN
IL
IL
121 N. Tomagene Dr.
1632 Caddie Dr.
235 Fox Trail Ct.
235 Fox Trail Ct.
350 Mayfair Dr.
Real
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
Lincoln
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60914
60914
60914
60914
62656
12 Waldron Ave.
953 Thomas Blvd.
465 S. Bresee Ave
2110 E. Country Rd.
2110 E Country Rd 9
40 Lakeshore Sr.
1358 Theresa Ln.
267 W. Marsile
1205 S. Seventh Ave.
Kankakee
Mundelein
Bourbonnais
Milford
Milford
Danville
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
Kankakee
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60901
60060
60914
60953
60953
61832
60914
60914
60901
135
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
815-922-2053
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]omcast.net
708-895-9387
815-932-9788
815-932-9604
815-210-7501
815-388-8543
815-929-9078
217-732-7367
573-587-1809
847-367-1003
815-982-5762
815-889-9036
815-889-9036
217-304-0927
913-523-6907
815-937-0533
815-939-1218
Story
Strong
Stroud
Surbrook
Tabor
Tabor
Taylor
Taylor
Tekal
Thomas
Thompson
Tlapa
Trotter
Trujillo
Turner
Tuxhorn
Utter
Utter
Utter
Valentine
Valentine
Valentine
Vanagasem
Vanswol
Vanzee
Vaughn
Vazquez
Vazquez
Versaw
Sandra
Daryl
Mike
Ranea
Karl
Pam
Daniel J.
Heidi
Sherif
Michelle
Jeremiah D.
Mary
Paul
Oscar J.
Briana
Sally
Brian
Jake
Lynne
Daumont
Jacquelyn
Kelly
Lana
Tim
Scott
John
Wendy
Yvonne
MaryAnn
1205 S. Seventh Ave.
Kankakee
IL
60901
[email protected]
815-939-1218
894 Whitetail Bend
Manteno
IL
60950
[email protected]
815-468-7342
2543 W. Ainslie
2543 W. Ainslie
12N171 Berner Dr.
Chicago
Chicago
Elgin
IL
IL
IL
60625
60625
60120
[email protected]
773-561-7374
773-561-7374
224-578-4761
17111 Odell Ave.
PO Box 567
674 Cooper Ave
7725 West 65th PL.
645 Virginia Road, #321
1927 N. Tripp
Tinley Park
Bourbonnais
Elgin
Bedford Park
Crystal Lake
Chicago
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60477
60914
60120
60501
60014
60639
198 N. Convent St.
Bourbonnais
IL
60914
[email protected]
630-357-2403
913-449-3716
610 E. North St.
610 E. North St.
610 E. North St.
Morris
Morris
Morris
IL
IL
IL
60450
60450
60450
[email protected]
815-735-3608
160 E. Adams
Manteno
IL
60950
[email protected]
[email protected]
815-907-7454
7346 W. Baltimore Hill Rd.
Covington
IN
47932
765-793-3841
427 S. Rivard St.
Real Life
Bourbonnais
IL
60914
815-216-2252
136
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
773-344-1871
815-929-1964
847-695-2466
708-599-5559
224-465-5871
773-516-1153
Villegas
Villegas
Walker
Walker
Wandel
Wangler
Ward
Ward
Watson
Watson
Webb
Weber
Weber
Wegner
Weitzel
Westveer
Whang
Wheelock
White
White
White
Whitis
Wiggins
Wiggins
Wilcoxen
Williams
Williams
Wilson
Wilson
Genny
Gildardo
Linda
Victor M.
Dan
Brian
Donald
Douglas
Milton
Wilmer R.
Walter W.
Joseph
Lily
Elsie
Carter
Daniel D.
Hyo Sook
Daniel E.
Debora L.
Eldon
Raymond L.
Matt
William C.
AnnaLou
Vida
Gordon M.
Odessa
Brian E.
Don
4768 N. Keystone
4768 N. Keystone
1873 Claire Dr.
1873 Claire Dr.
Chicago
Chicago
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
IL
IL
IL
IL
60630
60630
60914
60914
12745 Bell Rd.
9201 Lynwood
1109 S. Naperville Rd.
654 Willow Pond Rd.
1573 Carver Cir.
1603 Waterberry Dr.
Lemont
Oak Lawn
Wheaton
Paxton
Bourbonnais
Bourbonnais
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60439
60453
60189
61866
60914
60914
14631 Harrison Ave.
Posen
IL
60459
708-778-0722
6217 Thames Pl.
1211 Ironwood Ct.
2581 Saddlegate Ct.
PO Box 187
P.O. Box 187
28 N. Alexander
Vero Beach
Schaumburg
Cape Girardeau
Sheldon
Sheldon
Danville
Bourbonnais
Danville
Danville
Danville
Joliet
Richton Park
Chicago
Chicago Heights
FL
IL
MO
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
32966
60193
63701
60966
60966
61832
60914
61834
61834
61832
60432
60471
60610
60411
231-760-2028
224-616-7429
815-722-8362
815-429-3611
815-429-3611
217-446-4512
815-933-7756
217-446-6253
217-446-6253
217-443-2126
815-630-3690
708-250-9525
312-255-0151
708-372-9427
2012 Rileysburg Rd
2012 Rileysburg Rd
116 E. 10th St.
215 N. Ottawa St., Unit 209
22528 Ridgeway Ave
PO Box 101163
735 Enterprise Ct.
137
773-725-4402
773-853-0489
815-802-0882
815-802-0882
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
708-349-0454
708-229-2047
630-682-0372
217-871-0874
815-936-1687
815-933-3792
Wilson
Wilson
Wimberly
Wine
Wood
Wood
Woods
Wright
Wright
Wright
Wright
Wright
Xanders
Yanchick
Yang
Yang
Zaldivar
Zecena
Joan
Kathy
Joe
David
George L.
Marcia
Dave
Deborah
John A.
Kathy
Marcia
William W.
Doug
Kathy
Jung-Suk
Stela M.
Raul
Irma
PO Box 101163
Chicago
IL
60610
[email protected]
815-263-0811
39 S. Glenview
916 Percy Dr.
866 S. Evergreen
Lombard
Bourbonnais
Kankakee
IL
IL
IL
60148
60914
60901
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
630-953-9745
119 Willow
5531 W. 130th St.
5531 W. 130th St.
1119 N. Cedar Rd.
120 Marlowe Rd.
120 Marlowe Rd.
Park Forest
Palos Heights
Palos Heights
New Lenox
Danville
Danville
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
IL
60461
60463
60463
60451
61832
61832
21512 Franklin Circle
1691 S. Green Meadows
227 Woodstone Cir.
3047 Marion St.
Plainfield
Streamwood
Buffalo Grove
Elgin
IL
IL
IL
IL
60544
60107
60089
60124
138
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
815-939-9914
708-747-4299
708-371-0625
708-371-0625
815-485-6356
217-442-2431
217-442-0552
847-875-9178
815-372-9449
224-875-9611
954-326-0522
IX. STATISTICAL CHARTS
139
Chicago Norridge Arabic
Chicago Northside
Chicago Oak Lawn Arabic
Chicago Oak Lawn First
Chicago Southside Arabic
26
27
28
29
30
Chicago Summit Spanish
Chicago Uptown Vietnamese
Cristo la Unica Esperanza
Crystal Lake
Danville Cedar Grove
Rev. Gilmar Pineda
Mr. Hoang Huynh
Rev. Eleuterio Dominguez
31
32
33
34
35
Danville First
Danville Northside
Danville Southside
Danville Westside
Elgin
Rev. David E. Anderson
36
37
Gilman
Grace Fellowship
Rev. Paul W. Caldwell
Dr. Brian E. Wilson
* Sponsored New Church this Year
Dr. Charles L. Perabeau
Rev. Jamil S. Qandah
Rev. Gary E. Aills
Rev. Hosny A. Reyad
Rev. William C. Wiggins
Rev. Kent E. Pitcher
Rev. Bill Wright
Rev. Daniel J. Taylor
17
23
55
62
37
36
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
10
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
2
0
11
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
12
6
0
21
55
60
32
36
0
35
5
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
21
18
55
21
0
45
6
99
1,026
32
0
0
8
14
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
3
0
2
0
8
17
0
0
0
1
5
0
4
0
1
2
0
0
0
5
4
0
4
0
7
11
0
43
6
100
1,032
32
17
6
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
39
0
88
857
0
18
104
18
270
64
0
3
0
12
6
0
0
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
10
0
3
0
12
25
0
0
0
1
0
0
11
0
16
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
0
17
3
18
96
18
265
86
0
6
0
10
15
0
0
0
0
0
0
66
0
230
50
387
46
23
10
27
9
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
9
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
20
0
0
0
0
376
55
23
10
27
141
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
204
23
0
0
0
20
55
25
221
37
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
4
4
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
6
6
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
3
8
20
55
25
224
35
0
6
0
16
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
43
18
118
42
104
56
24
55
54
8
2
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
2
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
21
0
0
0
0
91
58
29
55
54
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
75
22
22
0
40
340
39
354
18
200
4
0
9
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
6
0
2
6
0
15
0
7
6
0
3
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
2
0
0
7
0
5
1
2
339
39
364
17
205
152
0
210
0
100
0
0
0
0
0
209
0
200
19
70
30
20
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
4
2
4
2
27
18
7
0
0
0
31
10
Weekly Corporate
Worship
21
22
23
24
25
Rev. W. Randy Dodd
Rev. Michael Evans
16
Associate Church
Members
Chicago Heights
Chicago Ingleside Community
Chicago Lincoln Park Community
Chicago Mongolian
Chicago Mount Greenwood
Rev. José A. Alfaro
Rev. Ezequiel García del Cid
15a
Inactive Church
Members
16
17
18
19
20
Rev. Ho-Kyung Kwak
Full Church Members
End of Year
Chicago First Filipino
Chicago First Korean
Chicago First Russian
Chicago First Spanish
Chicago Gage Park
15
Total Losses
11
*12
13
*14
15
Rev. Pedro D. Aguilar
Rev. Brian D. Wangler
14
Lost by Transfer to
Other Nazarene
Churches
Rev. John Albert Wright
13
Lost by Removal,
Commendation, or
Release
Chicago Calvary
Chicago Ebenezer
Chicago Emanuel Spanish
Chicago First
Chicago First East Indian
12
Lost by Death
6
7
8
9
10
11
Total Gains
Rev. Alberto Quezada
Rev. Wesley G. Mills
Rev. Sergio P. Mayorga
Rev. Desiree C. Engelkens
10
Received by
Transfer
Pastor Name
Aroma Park
Blue Island
Blue Island Spanish
Bradley First
Casa de Dios
9
Received from Other
Denominations
Church Name
1
2
3
4
5
8
Received by
Profession of Faith
2014
7
Full Church Members
Reported Last Year
6
MEMBERSHIP AND WORSHIP
Rev. Steven D. Cook
Rev. Jerry N. Bimber
Rev. John T. McCormick
Rev. Robert G. Killion
Rev. Brandon E. Hird
56
57
58
59
Mount Prospect
Mount Prospect International
Mundelein
Mundelein Spanish
60
Naperville Trinity
61
62
63
64
65
New Horizons
New Lenox
New Song
North Chicago
Paxton
66
Potomac
67
68
69
70
Real Life
Schaumburg Korean
Sheldon
Suburban Community
71
Waukegan First
* Sponsored New Church this Year
Edy M. De Leon
Rev. Douglas S. Ward
Jose Enrique Garcia
Rev. Jeronimo Gutierrez
Rita Garcia
Rev. Steven R. Spangenberg
Rev. Dae Haeng Hur
Rev. Michael G. Fisk
Allison J. Gregory
Rev. Randall S. Holden
Rev. Debora L. Ferch White
Rev. Jerry W. Harris
17
0
110
0
3
0
3
6
110
7
3
3
0
11
103
0
2
2
3
16
108
3
73
892
127
17
503
52
0
0
0
69
287
63
212
1,310
96
1,114
114
1
27
1
9
1
0
5
0
0
0
0
32
1
10
1
1
64
2
19
2
2
8
1
4
1
0
22
5
2
0
0
12
19
18
0
2
42
25
24
1
211
1,332
73
1,109
115
87
332
12
547
29
0
0
0
0
0
145
1,240
57
714
58
112
35
95
62
0
1
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
4
4
0
3
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
2
2
0
5
0
2
2
2
5
0
114
33
96
57
4
40
18
7
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
79
32
68
57
13
71
221
323
27
43
8
14
6
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
2
2
12
2
0
10
16
18
2
4
0
1
0
0
0
14
0
12
2
2
0
2
19
0
0
14
3
31
2
2
67
234
310
27
45
0
0
126
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
57
129
330
20
25
35
135
131
120
0
16
2
2
0
0
0
1
0
4
2
0
0
20
4
3
0
0
1
0
0
20
0
13
0
0
0
0
0
20
1
13
35
135
134
110
0
10
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
130
107
90
354
11
4
3
18
0
0
2
2
370
0
0
313
16
45
20
83
34
0
0
3
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
3
3
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
8
2
1
16
45
15
84
35
0
0
3
0
14
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
83
16
75
3
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
78
0
0
98
36
22
10
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
36
22
10
11
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
48
0
11
0
39
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
2
37
25
0
40
Weekly Corporate
Worship
Living Water
Lombard
Manteno
Milford
Momence First
Associate Church
Members
51
52
53
54
55
Derek Diehl
Rev. Lauren D. Seaman
16
Inactive Church
Members
Dr. Carl M. Leth
Rev. John A. Mohler
Rev. Kevin Gardner
15a
Full Church Members
End of Year
Kankakee Wildwood
Kempton
Lighthouse Community
Limestone Community
Lincoln Park
15
3
0
4
Total Losses
46
47
48
49
50
Rev. Gregory L. Chambers
Dr. Edward H. Heck
Rev. Todd W. Peeler
14
Lost by Transfer to
Other Nazarene
Churches
Rev. Michael W. Day
13
Lost by Removal,
Commendation, or
Release
Joliet First
Kankakee College
Kankakee Eastridge
Kankakee First
Kankakee Westbrook
12
83
890
123
Lost by Death
41
42
43
44
45
11
Total Gains
Rev. Jeffrey C. Alexander
Mr. Victor Walker
Rev. David R. Becker
10
Received by
Transfer
Pastor Name
Hoopeston Community
House of Prayer Ministries
Joliet Crystal Lawns
9
Received from Other
Denominations
Church Name
38
39
40
8
Received by
Profession of Faith
2014
7
Full Church Members
Reported Last Year
6
MEMBERSHIP AND WORSHIP
0
0
0
0
Name Change
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
103
0
77
27
0
23
0
0
16
17
Weekly Corporate
Worship
0
0
0
0
15a
Associate Church
Members
6
0
103
0
15
Inactive Church
Members
14
Full Church Members
End of Year
13
Total Losses
Lost by Death
15
0
0
0
12
0
17
0
5
0
0
0
0
72
17
0
12
Current Year Total
10,358
229
152
114
495
48
417
123
588
10,265
2,631
0
7,083
Last Year Total
10,246
283
81
122
486
63
203
108
374
10,358
2,500
0
7,481
Increase / (Decrease)
112
(15)
214
15
214
131
0
Inactive
Casa de Dios
Chicago Ebenezer
Chicago First East Indian
Chicago First Filipino
Chicago First Russian
Chicago Lincoln Park Community
Chicago Mount Greenwood
Chicago Norridge Arabic
Crystal Lake
Danville Northside
Mount Prospect
New Horizons
New Lenox
Schaumburg Korean
Suburban Community
* Sponsored New Church this Year
15
0
0
0
0
Chicago Central Supplemental
Organized
0
0
0
0
11
Lost by Transfer to
Other Nazarene
Churches
Mr. Leonard T. Martz
68
27
103
23
10
Total Gains
Rev. C. Enrique Polanco
Rev. William T. Luttrell
9
Received by
Transfer
Pastor Name
West Chicago
Wilmington First
Word and Worship Christian Community
Worth
Received by
Profession of Faith
Church Name
8
Lost by Removal,
Commendation, or
Release
72
73
74
75
Full Church Members
Reported Last Year
2014
7
Received from Other
Denominations
6
MEMBERSHIP AND WORSHIP
(54)
71
Transfer
(8)
9
Merge
(93)
Disorganize
Word and Worship Christian
Community
Drop
(398)
20a
21a
22
22a
23
23a
24
24a
26
27
28
29
29a
13
18
27
17
0
21
27
60
37
0
21
21
55
18
0
12
12
55
18
0
4
6
0
3
0
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
6
0
2
10
0
32
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0
14
305
0
13
0
15
68
0
29
0
7
353
0
5
0
7
79
0
66
0
16
1,152
0
20
0
16
252
0
107
0
37
1,810
0
38
0
38
399
0
28
0
38
399
0
10
0
30
75
0
0
0
35
300
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
0
7
433
0
19
0
92
489
0
12
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
72
23
0
4
0
72
8
0
12
0
64
20
0
10
0
50
7
0
71
0
155
43
0
54
0
146
21
0
87
0
291
86
0
68
0
268
36
0
61
0
172
36
0
22
0
65
36
0
15
0
0
0
0
16
0
0
0
0
12
0
69
20
0
20
0
94
86
0
3
0
5
0
152
12
0
0
0
126
4
0
0
0
67
18
0
0
0
54
6
0
0
0
156
39
0
0
0
67
13
0
0
0
375
69
0
0
0
247
23
0
0
0
166
14
0
0
0
246
10
0
0
0
95
42
0
0
0
41
0
0
0
0
68
12
0
0
0
235
12
0
0
0
98
0
0
0
0
Chicago Norridge Arabic
Chicago Northside
Chicago Oak Lawn Arabic
Chicago Oak Lawn First
Chicago Southside Arabic
0
11
10
49
13
0
4
4
43
13
0
22
4
20
8
0
8
3
8
8
0
34
0
58
14
0
12
0
26
14
0
67
14
127
35
0
24
7
77
35
0
24
7
77
21
0
0
0
53
14
0
35
0
111
0
0
0
0
33
0
0
9
0
20
8
0
55
0
224
3
0
0
0
12
0
26
27
28
29
30
Chicago Summit Spanish
Chicago Uptown Vietnamese
Cristo la Unica Esperanza
Crystal Lake
Danville Cedar Grove
13
8
15
0
15
13
4
15
0
15
20
12
5
0
2
20
6
5
0
2
58
38
23
0
24
58
29
19
0
24
91
58
43
0
41
91
39
39
0
41
26
10
25
0
27
40
1
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
10
5
0
0
91
2
29
0
0
0
0
0
0
40
31
32
33
34
35
Danville First
Danville Northside
Danville Southside
Danville Westside
Elgin
48
0
114
6
7
31
0
31
0
7
40
0
38
5
7
18
0
26
3
7
193
0
142
20
43
120
0
85
8
43
281
0
294
31
57
169
0
142
11
57
112
0
138
11
57
85
0
4
0
25
40
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
56
0
45
6
9
339
0
364
14
0
0
0
0
12
0
36
37
Gilman
Grace Fellowship
19
5
10
1
12
0
3
0
43
47
20
9
74
52
33
10
18
10
18
0
6
0
0
0
15
1
20
18
19
4
6
7
8
9
10
Chicago Calvary
Chicago Ebenezer
Chicago Emanuel Spanish
Chicago First
Chicago First East Indian
11
*12
13
*14
15
Chicago First Filipino
Chicago First Korean
Chicago First Russian
Chicago First Spanish
Chicago Gage Park
16
17
18
19
20
Chicago Heights
Chicago Ingleside Community
Chicago Lincoln Park Community
Chicago Mongolian
Chicago Mount Greenwood
21
22
23
24
25
* Sponsored New Church this Year
NMI Active
Membership
NYI Membership
VBS Enrollment
Average Weekly
SDMI Attendance
Average Weekly
Adult SDMI
Attendance
Average Weekly
Youth SDMI
Attendance
NMI Associate
Membership
13
22
30
33
0
Caravan Enrollment
4
0
5
1
0
Total SDMI
Responsibility List
4
2
7
3
0
Aroma Park
Blue Island
Blue Island Spanish
Bradley First
Casa de Dios
Total Adult SDMI
Responsibility List
4
3
23
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
Total Youth SDMI
Responsibility List
4
3
23
1
0
Church Name
Average Weekly
Children’s SDMI
Attendance
Total Average
Weekly Discipleship
Groups Attendance
21
Total Average
Weekly Sunday
School Attendance
2014
20
Total Children’s SDMI
Responsibility List
DISCIPLESHIP
22
22a
23
23a
24
24a
26
27
28
29
29a
75
35
40
26
30
19
172
67
78
48
61
34
45
28
34
3
12
10
48
86
61
0
0
0
21
25
12
41
10
30
53
10
0
55
913
31
224
58
37
225
14
127
12
43
807
28
132
54
17
178
18
83
13
148
624
35
385
113
64
364
23
191
16
246
2,344
94
741
225
118
767
55
401
41
98
406
34
352
33
20
361
35
49
8
71
0
22
220
60
33
0
0
0
0
51
807
16
162
15
58
1,332
49
1,124
45
45
0
51
0
20
32
12
20
40
4
12
4
13
16
4
18
11
6
23
0
8
4
0
8
0
40
42
47
61
14
23
16
40
21
9
90
65
73
124
18
43
24
53
45
13
43
8
31
45
0
0
0
20
23
9
0
47
0
45
0
0
0
0
0
0
24
13
0
28
0
20
15
57
51
0
20
22
0
0
0
28
92
120
0
6
17
35
53
0
2
20
78
44
0
5
6
14
39
0
1
45
65
161
18
20
28
31
103
11
10
93
235
325
18
31
51
80
195
11
13
46
45
195
11
13
5
42
40
0
5
25
85
128
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
15
60
68
0
5
75
234
310
16
2
0
0
37
6
0
Mount Prospect
Mount Prospect International
Mundelein
Mundelein Spanish
Naperville Trinity
0
30
42
30
68
0
20
14
14
31
0
15
21
12
19
0
10
9
6
15
0
80
106
40
70
0
50
48
20
111
0
125
169
82
157
0
80
71
40
157
0
50
62
20
35
0
70
9
0
110
0
40
45
0
115
0
30
0
0
36
0
20
23
14
40
0
135
134
20
20
0
0
0
0
0
61
62
63
64
65
New Horizons
New Lenox
New Song
North Chicago
Paxton
0
0
0
33
7
0
0
0
22
5
0
0
6
15
3
0
0
6
3
3
0
0
6
54
23
0
0
6
14
12
0
0
12
102
33
0
0
12
39
20
0
0
0
39
19
0
0
12
11
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21
0
0
0
6
11
3
0
0
6
83
15
0
0
0
0
0
66
67
68
69
70
Potomac
Real Life
Schaumburg Korean
Sheldon
Suburban Community
39
33
0
28
0
15
13
0
8
0
19
27
0
20
0
4
9
0
6
0
55
61
0
33
0
27
19
0
5
0
113
121
0
81
0
46
41
0
19
0
37
41
0
13
0
10
0
0
15
0
112
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
12
0
11
0
78
25
0
7
0
0
27
0
2
0
71
72
73
74
75
Waukegan First
West Chicago
Wilmington First
Word and Worship Christian Community
Worth
22
14
10
0
5
11
12
1
0
0
49
10
7
0
1
8
8
0
0
0
40
25
24
0
25
6
22
11
0
7
111
49
41
0
31
25
42
12
0
7
25
40
10
0
7
0
25
5
0
0
90
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
52
0
0
0
0
19
0
10
0
10
26
0
9
0
0
41
42
43
44
45
Joliet First
Kankakee College
Kankakee Eastridge
Kankakee First
Kankakee Westbrook
46
47
48
49
50
Kankakee Wildwood
Kempton
Lighthouse Community
Limestone Community
Lincoln Park
51
52
53
54
55
Living Water
Lombard
Manteno
Milford
Momence First
56
57
58
59
60
* Sponsored New Church this Year
NMI Active
Membership
NYI Membership
VBS Enrollment
Average Weekly
Adult SDMI
Attendance
Average Weekly
Youth SDMI
Attendance
NMI Associate
Membership
10
16
3
Caravan Enrollment
61
12
8
Hoopeston Community
House of Prayer Ministries
Joliet Crystal Lawns
Total Adult SDMI
Responsibility List
12
15
12
38
39
40
Total Youth SDMI
Responsibility List
36
20
30
Church Name
Average Weekly
Children’s SDMI
Attendance
Total Average
Weekly Discipleship
Groups Attendance
21a
Total Average
Weekly Sunday
School Attendance
21
Average Weekly
SDMI Attendance
20a
Total SDMI
Responsibility List
2014
20
Total Children’s SDMI
Responsibility List
DISCIPLESHIP
22
22a
24
24a
26
27
28
29
29a
4,671
3,439
1,673
1,997
210
2,376
6,281
533
Last Year Total
11,531
5,270
4,232
1,572
2,137
240
2,660
6,234
514
47
19
Increase / (Decrease)
Name Change
(20)
(331)
(350)
(90)
Inactive
Chicago Ebenezer
Chicago First East Indian
Chicago First Filipino
Chicago First Russian
Chicago Lincoln Park Community
Chicago Mount Greenwood
Chicago Norridge Arabic
Crystal Lake
Danville Northside
Mount Prospect
New Horizons
New Lenox
Schaumburg Korean
Suburban Community
(623)
(178)
Transfer
0
(993)
(599)
(793)
Merge
101
(140)
NYI Membership
VBS Enrollment
Average Weekly
SDMI Attendance
0
Caravan Enrollment
10,538
2,692
Total SDMI
Responsibility List
2,514
5,766
Average Weekly
Adult SDMI
Attendance
5,143
940
Total Adult SDMI
Responsibility List
850
2,705
Average Weekly
Youth SDMI
Attendance
2,355
1,638
Total Youth SDMI
Responsibility List
1,307
3,060
Average Weekly
Children’s SDMI
Attendance
3,040
Chicago Central Supplemental
* Sponsored New Church this Year
23a
Current Year Total
Church Name
Organized
23
NMI Associate
Membership
21a
Total Average
Weekly Discipleship
Groups Attendance
21
Total Average
Weekly Sunday
School Attendance
Total Children’s SDMI
Responsibility List
2014
20a
NMI Active
Membership
20
DISCIPLESHIP
(30)
(284)
Disorganize
Word and Worship Christian
Community
Drop
1
2
3
4
5
39
40
41
Total Given to
Education Funds
38
Other Nazarene
Educational
Instituions
37
Assigned
Educational
Institution
36
Total Given to
District Mission
35
Other District
Interests
34
District Ministry
Funds
33
Pension Fund
Total Church
Income
Church Name
World Evangelism
Fund
PART 1
2014
32
Total Given to
Global Mission
31
Other Global
Interests
30
Approved Mission
Specials
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
Aroma Park
14,622
763
75
0
838
317
694
0
694
347
0
347
Blue Island
29,590
2,068
1,161
0
3,229
617
1,343
0
1,343
605
0
605
Blue Island Spanish
18,181
1,000
0
0
1,000
410
909
0
909
454
0
454
Bradley First
39,706
2,347
732
0
3,079
930
1,751
0
1,751
910
0
910
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
94,068
5,103
7,616
100
12,819
1,955
4,350
0
4,350
2,250
200
2,450
Casa de Dios
6
7
8
9
10
Chicago Calvary
Chicago First East Indian
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
71,042
2,750
0
0
2,750
356
3,553
0
3,553
1,399
0
1,399
2,032,691
89,153
593,344
0
682,497
35,431
79,167
0
79,167
39,612
3,000
42,612
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
*12
13
*14
15
Chicago First Filipino
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Chicago First Korean
73,085
0
6
0
6
0
3,600
0
3,600
0
0
0
Chicago First Russian
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Chicago First Spanish
183,499
2,513
264
0
2,777
3,753
9,143
0
9,143
0
0
0
54,481
2,804
1,009
0
3,813
1,171
2,534
0
2,534
1,141
0
1,141
16
17
18
19
20
Chicago Heights
362,318
17,867
54,683
0
72,550
6,705
14,905
0
14,905
6,705
1,000
7,705
18,221
382
0
0
382
55
1,002
0
1,002
455
0
455
Chicago Lincoln Park Community
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Chicago Mongolian
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Chicago Mount Greenwood
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21
22
23
24
25
Chicago Norridge Arabic
Chicago Ebenezer
Chicago Emanuel Spanish
Chicago First
Chicago Gage Park
Chicago Ingleside Community
Chicago Northside
Chicago Oak Lawn Arabic
Chicago Oak Lawn First
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
67,458
4,555
2,920
0
7,475
1,405
3,115
0
3,115
1,556
100
1,656
15,321
843
0
0
843
372
555
0
555
250
0
250
180,319
9,140
10,260
50
19,450
3,628
8,304
0
8,304
4,152
0
4,152
Chicago Southside Arabic
11,152
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
26
27
28
29
30
Chicago Summit Spanish
44,126
153
1,142
0
1,295
793
1,677
0
1,677
877
0
877
Chicago Uptown Vietnamese
9,255
2,397
0
0
2,397
0
387
0
387
193
0
193
Cristo la Unica Esperanza
6,700
0
0
0
0
0
335
0
335
168
0
168
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
71,679
5,698
967
100
6,765
1,479
3,283
0
3,283
1,478
0
1,478
31
32
33
34
35
Danville First
10,617
Crystal Lake
Danville Cedar Grove
416,672
24,615
25,536
0
50,151
9,804
20,834
395
21,229
10,417
200
Danville Northside
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Danville Southside
326,202
18,897
5,966
0
24,863
6,935
14,384
0
14,384
7,192
0
7,192
Danville Westside
Elgin
* Sponsored New Church this Year
47,233
2,473
181
0
2,654
1,022
2,250
0
2,250
1,244
20
1,264
311,548
16,091
4,455
0
20,546
6,585
14,631
0
14,631
7,316
0
7,316
39
40
41
Total Given to
Education Funds
38
Other Nazarene
Educational
Instituions
37
Assigned
Educational
Institution
36
Total Given to
District Mission
35
Other District
Interests
34
District Ministry
Funds
33
Pension Fund
Total Church
Income
Church Name
World Evangelism
Fund
PART 1
2014
32
Total Given to
Global Mission
31
Other Global
Interests
30
Approved Mission
Specials
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
29,798
2,232
2,604
0
4,836
582
2,000
0
2,000
607
60
3,478
228
1,375
0
1,603
93
325
0
325
147
100
247
Hoopeston Community
101,492
5,235
3,827
124
9,186
2,150
3,778
0
3,778
2,391
50
2,441
House of Prayer Ministries
295,000
0
600
0
600
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Joliet Crystal Lawns
103,911
5,388
5,716
0
11,104
2,102
4,670
0
4,670
2,335
200
2,535
36
37
38
39
40
Gilman
41
42
43
44
45
Joliet First
46
47
48
49
50
Grace Fellowship
Kankakee College
667
201,334
12,552
27,650
0
40,202
5,126
10,251
0
10,251
5,161
329
5,490
2,357,375
119,529
202,705
7,300
329,534
46,875
103,963
1,200
105,163
51,982
1,200
53,182
105,318
5,492
4,665
0
10,157
2,201
4,816
0
4,816
2,408
80
2,488
1,252,976
63,821
34,468
0
98,289
26,109
58,019
0
58,019
29,010
800
29,810
Kankakee Westbrook
113,832
5,833
11,846
0
17,679
2,396
4,081
0
4,081
2,639
0
2,639
Kankakee Wildwood
83,730
6,836
7,700
0
14,536
1,929
3,841
0
3,841
1,920
0
1,920
Kempton
50,370
2,963
6,539
0
9,502
1,053
2,535
406
2,941
1,045
80
1,125
Lighthouse Community
128,879
6,487
5,422
0
11,909
2,658
5,261
108
5,369
2,918
0
2,918
Limestone Community
67,849
3,757
1,459
0
5,216
1,526
2,000
0
2,000
1,644
0
1,644
Lincoln Park
7,249
878
50
0
928
155
363
0
363
182
0
182
51
52
53
54
55
Living Water
81,170
1,033
100
0
1,133
623
2,591
0
2,591
0
0
0
Lombard
304,094
12,292
4,585
0
16,877
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Manteno
756,320
39,530
38,944
0
78,474
16,025
38,010
0
38,010
18,970
0
18,970
Milford
27,844
1,610
678
0
2,288
586
1,304
0
1,304
652
50
702
Momence First
24,592
1,270
646
0
1,916
530
1,321
0
1,321
595
0
595
56
57
58
59
60
Mount Prospect
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
87,817
179
100
100
379
0
4,393
0
4,393
1,969
0
1,969
161,855
8,790
6,452
3,000
18,242
3,622
7,134
0
7,134
3,500
0
3,500
77,034
2,296
851
0
3,147
871
0
0
0
0
0
0
552,991
28,978
6,116
0
35,094
11,819
26,263
3,000
29,263
11,819
0
11,819
61
62
63
64
65
New Horizons
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
New Lenox
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7,418
570
0
0
570
155
0
0
0
0
0
0
North Chicago
42,522
2,174
826
0
3,000
890
2,126
0
2,126
1,063
0
1,063
Paxton
52,542
3,049
3,923
0
6,972
1,484
2,068
0
2,068
1,779
0
1,779
66
67
68
69
70
Potomac
131,919
7,882
2,249
0
10,131
2,791
6,153
0
6,153
2,778
200
2,978
Real Life
66,591
3,902
1,157
0
5,059
1,474
3,112
0
3,112
1,310
0
1,310
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13,138
912
751
10
1,673
287
692
0
692
319
0
319
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Kankakee Eastridge
Kankakee First
Mount Prospect International
Mundelein
Mundelein Spanish
Naperville Trinity
New Song
Schaumburg Korean
Sheldon
Suburban Community
* Sponsored New Church this Year
39
40
41
Total Given to
Education Funds
38
Other Nazarene
Educational
Instituions
37
Assigned
Educational
Institution
36
Total Given to
District Mission
35
Other District
Interests
34
District Ministry
Funds
33
Pension Fund
Total Church
Income
Church Name
71
72
73
74
75
World Evangelism
Fund
PART 1
2014
32
Total Given to
Global Mission
31
Other Global
Interests
30
Approved Mission
Specials
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
Waukegan First
64,953
5,367
1,613
0
6,980
1,374
1,331
0
1,331
1,331
58
West Chicago
23,359
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Wilmington First
30,711
2,108
729
0
2,837
632
1,401
0
1,401
701
20
721
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
40,491
3,000
1,235
0
4,235
900
2,000
0
2,000
1,000
0
1,000
0
2,500
0
0
2,500
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Current Year Total
11,949,121
580,285
1,097,898
10,784
1,688,967
222,741
498,508
5,109
503,617
240,896
7,747
248,643
Last Year Total
11,971,606
590,815
726,964
9,648
1,327,427
240,178
592,317
970
593,287
242,855
6,225
249,080
370,934
1,136
361,540
Word and Worship Christian Community
Worth
Chicago Central Supplemental
Increase / (Decrease)
Organized
Name Change
(22,485)
(10,530)
Inactive
Chicago Ebenezer
Chicago First East Indian
Chicago First Filipino
Chicago First Russian
Chicago Lincoln Park Community
Chicago Mount Greenwood
Chicago Norridge Arabic
Crystal Lake
Danville Northside
Mount Prospect
New Horizons
New Lenox
Schaumburg Korean
Suburban Community
* Sponsored New Church this Year
1,389
Transfer
(17,437)
Merge
(93,809)
4,139
(89,670)
Disorganize
Word and Worship Christian
Community
(1,959)
Drop
1,522
(437)
47
48
49
50
Total Used for Local
Mission
Total Missional
Disbursements
Value of Church
Properties
Indebtedness on
Those Properties
51
Allocations Paid in
Full?
46
All Other Church
Ministries
45
Local Compassionate
Ministries
44a
Pastor, Associate,
and Support Staff
Benefits
44
Pastor, Associate,
and Support Staff
Salaries
Church Name
43
Debt Service
PART 2
2014
42
Buildings, Properties
and Capital
Improvements
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
Aroma Park
0
0
0
0
0
14,177
14,177
16,373
140,000
0
Yes
Blue Island
0
0
17,800
0
0
10,596
28,396
34,190
1,576,100
0
Yes
Blue Island Spanish
1,200
1,800
1,900
1,465
700
7,495
14,560
17,333
0
0
Yes
Bradley First
3,563
0
4,163
19,528
0
0
27,254
33,924
675,000
0
Yes
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
33,631
4,385
17,665
16,735
1,361
44,260
118,037
139,611
1,000,000
48,711
No
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
1,500
0
26,000
12,400
600
22,484
62,984
71,042
500,000
0
No
30,000
17,955
387,918
460,459
28,088
452,375
1,376,795
2,216,502
17,860,000
410,664
Yes
Chicago First East Indian
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
11
*12
13
*14
15
Chicago First Filipino
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
Chicago First Korean
6,000
1,200
21,600
0
1,200
36,000
66,000
69,606
400,000
0
No
Chicago First Russian
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
Chicago First Spanish
8,000
0
67,596
25,560
6,700
60,450
168,306
183,979
400,000
0
No
Chicago Gage Park
20,600
0
5,100
0
900
14,690
41,290
49,949
0
0
Yes
16
17
18
19
20
Chicago Heights
85,910
0
66,938
73,467
7,355
66,853
300,523
402,388
6,180,000
0
Yes
2,500
0
7,800
0
500
1,000
11,800
13,694
150,000
0
No
Chicago Lincoln Park Community
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
Chicago Mongolian
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
Chicago Mount Greenwood
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
21
22
23
24
25
Chicago Norridge Arabic
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
8,500
0
7,000
5,000
0
0
20,500
34,151
2,000,000
0
Yes
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Casa de Dios
Chicago Calvary
Chicago Ebenezer
Chicago Emanuel Spanish
Chicago First
Chicago Ingleside Community
Chicago Northside
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2,020
0
0
No
29,805
11,487
61,726
24,230
4,724
17,693
149,665
185,199
2,300,000
39,499
Yes
Chicago Southside Arabic
642
0
10,809
0
0
188
11,639
11,639
0
0
No
26
27
28
29
30
Chicago Summit Spanish
4,800
0
15,600
0
675
5,766
26,841
31,483
400,000
0
No
0
0
0
6,000
0
2,631
8,631
11,608
0
0
No
7,500
0
0
0
0
0
7,500
8,003
0
0
No
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
Danville Cedar Grove
9,678
0
14,580
3,380
0
17,518
45,156
58,161
350,000
0
Yes
31
32
33
34
35
Danville First
7,667
43,112
73,861
58,872
11,651
127,493
322,656
414,457
1,600,000
104,571
Yes
Danville Northside
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
250,000
15,545
No
Danville Southside
14,216
58,613
136,817
21,823
6,723
27,063
265,255
318,629
1,800,000
111,434
Yes
Danville Westside
10,953
0
4,404
14,803
0
0
30,160
37,350
150,000
0
Yes
6,604
0
5,398
51,935
0
52,579
116,516
165,594
2,295,000
0
Yes
Chicago Oak Lawn Arabic
Chicago Oak Lawn First
Chicago Uptown Vietnamese
Cristo la Unica Esperanza
Crystal Lake
Elgin
* Sponsored New Church this Year
36
37
38
39
40
Gilman
41
42
43
44
45
Joliet First
46
47
48
49
50
Kankakee Wildwood
Grace Fellowship
Hoopeston Community
House of Prayer Ministries
Joliet Crystal Lawns
Total Missional
Disbursements
All Other Church
Ministries
49
50
51
Allocations Paid in
Full?
48
Indebtedness on
Those Properties
47
Value of Church
Properties
46
Total Used for Local
Mission
45
Local Compassionate
Ministries
44a
Pastor, Associate,
and Support Staff
Benefits
44
Pastor, Associate,
and Support Staff
Salaries
Church Name
43
Debt Service
PART 2
2014
42
Buildings, Properties
and Capital
Improvements
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
1,000
0
100
15,600
2,000
4,000
22,700
30,785
545,000
0
Yes
0
0
960
2,400
0
0
3,360
5,628
0
0
Yes
7,417
0
13,357
13,905
267
54,584
89,530
107,085
1,500,000
0
Yes
42,000
430,000
40,000
6,000
0
5,000
523,000
523,600
700,000
5,865
No
4,567
10,737
3,140
22,437
100
39,681
80,662
101,073
1,200,000
178,391
Yes
32,509
19,044
73,682
10,754
2,474
3,248
141,711
202,780
2,700,000
114,000
Yes
125,728
129,968
702,490
217,839
25,614
628,580
1,830,219
2,364,973
9,776,664
2,045,640
Yes
Kankakee Eastridge
5,553
12,000
16,728
15,988
1,358
39,932
91,559
111,221
525,000
119,800
Yes
Kankakee First
8,663
318,596
309,059
209,323
6,224
259,117
1,110,982
1,323,209
12,933,000
4,068,921
Yes
0
13,255
16,224
16,524
0
54,456
100,459
127,254
541,000
238,745
Yes
19,460
18,497
10,000
4,800
1,581
18,277
72,615
94,841
800,000
52,000
Yes
1,791
0
13,800
19,225
538
12,610
47,964
62,585
450,000
0
Yes
Lighthouse Community
60,340
0
29,784
4,000
2,319
29,145
125,588
148,442
625,000
274,667
Yes
Limestone Community
27,610
0
28,988
8,865
0
0
65,463
75,849
1,425,000
0
Yes
Lincoln Park
0
0
0
0
1,879
1,156
3,035
4,663
0
0
Yes
51
52
53
54
55
Living Water
78,000
11,608
5,000
34,100
4,300
10,500
143,508
147,855
455,000
241,000
No
Lombard
7,885
135,961
136,792
27,879
5,627
43,659
357,803
374,680
4,400,000
1,589,387
No
Manteno
0
172,679
130,966
166,410
645
33,711
504,411
655,890
4,000,000
2,138,230
Yes
56
57
58
59
60
Mount Prospect
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
Kankakee College
Kankakee Westbrook
Kempton
0
0
800
9,800
0
14,055
24,655
29,535
600,000
0
Yes
598
0
13,000
11,496
150
650
25,894
30,256
300,000
0
Yes
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
Mount Prospect International
30,000
0
34,800
600
2,000
10,000
77,400
84,141
1,750,000
0
No
Mundelein
11,835
8,250
49,550
40,666
1,425
23,037
134,763
167,261
1,000,000
96,331
Yes
Milford
Momence First
0
0
9,480
13,000
5,054
30,834
58,368
62,386
0
0
No
24,000
111,414
223,293
37,095
3,119
2,900
401,821
489,816
4,950,000
1,331,881
Yes
New Horizons
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
New Lenox
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
New Song
0
0
0
0
0
6,693
6,693
7,418
0
0
No
16,499
0
0
0
1,200
13,060
30,759
37,838
190,000
0
Yes
5,365
0
14,040
0
200
1,342
20,947
33,250
557,200
0
Yes
Potomac
28,961
33,000
37,885
15,556
0
1,728,000
1,843,402
1,865,455
1,728,000
33,000
Yes
Real Life
23,562
7,728
0
0
420
6,860
38,570
49,525
850,000
89,126
No
Schaumburg Korean
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
Sheldon
0
0
0
4,413
110
7,195
11,718
14,689
78,000
0
No
Suburban Community
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
No
Mundelein Spanish
Naperville Trinity
North Chicago
Paxton
* Sponsored New Church this Year
Waukegan First
West Chicago
Wilmington First
Value of Church
Properties
50
51
Allocations Paid in
Full?
49
Indebtedness on
Those Properties
48
Total Missional
Disbursements
All Other Church
Ministries
Pastor, Associate,
and Support Staff
Benefits
47
Total Used for Local
Mission
46
0
0
19,002
1,248
300
500
21,050
32,124
370,000
0
3,310
0
9,300
9,900
0
779
23,289
23,289
0
0
Yes
No
341
6,000
0
5,875
0
12,259
24,475
30,066
710,000
36,000
Yes
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
800,000
69,609
No
0
11,700
7,224
100
13,895
33,219
41,354
320,000
0
Yes
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2,500
0
0
Current Year Total
860,563
1,577,289
2,908,595
1,748,579
140,181
4,091,026
11,326,233
13,990,201
96,804,964
13,453,017
Last Year Total
936,645
1,288,182
2,846,882
1,945,840
144,327
2,466,358
9,628,234
12,038,206
98,135,363
13,867,362
289,107
61,713
1,624,668
1,697,999
1,951,995
Worth
Chicago Central Supplemental
Increase / (Decrease)
Name Change
(76,082)
Inactive
Chicago Ebenezer
Chicago First East Indian
Chicago First Filipino
Chicago First Russian
Chicago Lincoln Park Community
Chicago Mount Greenwood
Chicago Norridge Arabic
Crystal Lake
Danville Northside
Mount Prospect
New Horizons
New Lenox
Schaumburg Korean
Suburban Community
* Sponsored New Church this Year
45
Local Compassionate
Ministries
44a
300
Word and Worship Christian Community
Organized
44
Debt Service
Church Name
71
72
73
74
75
43
Buildings, Properties
and Capital
Improvements
PART 2
2014
42
Pastor, Associate,
and Support Staff
Salaries
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
(197,261)
Transfer
(4,146)
Merge
(1,330,399)
Disorganize
Word and Worship Christian
Community
(414,345)
Drop
Supplemental Statistical Report
2014
Chicago Central
Value District Property
3,358,748.00
Value District Center
Value District Parsonage
Indebtedness on District Property
March 30, 2015
288,945.00
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