WinterWarmthWinter is coming!  Help keep the homeless warm this winter.  Just bring in the following clean, gently used or new items.


  • blankets
  • coats of all sizes
  • hats
  • gloves
  • socks

Thank you for your help.  Just place your items in the box located at the front (Hwy 61) entrance.  Each coat, hat, gloves, socks will help at least one of the 1,600 homeless in central Ohio. Questions?  Contact Darla Darling.


We take community service personally and are on a rotation with other local churches to provide food items for Big Walnut Friends Who Share.  Our month to provide non-perishable food items is August.  A list of food needs will be posted closer to the month of August 2017.


Crisis Care Kits (CCKs) are a cooperative effort between Nazarene Compassionate Ministries Incorporated (NCMI) and Nazarene Missions International (NMI). Crisis Care Kits are made by Nazarene volunteers and are a tangible way that people can get involved in the disaster response process.  Thousands of Crisis Care Kits are made, stored, and distributed globally each year as needs inevitably arise around the world.

In 2017 we will be compiling CCKs in March, April and May.  This includes sorting and packing the items in zip lock bags and then in banana boxes. You can help! Please bring NEW items in quantities listed below:

      • 1 bottle of shampoo (12 to 18oz.)
      • 2 bars of soap (bath-size or larger)
      • 1 toothpaste (4.0 to 6.4 oz.)
      • 3 toothbrushes (in original packaging)
      • 1 box of Band-Aids (30 or more)
      • 1 fingernail clipper
      • 1 sturdy hair comb
      • 2 hand towels
      • 4 pocket-size packages of facial tissue
      • 1 Beanie Baby-size stuffed toy
      • clear 2-gallon OR 2.5-gallon plastic Ziploc bags
      • $2 to ship the boxes (make checks payable to “Sunbury Church of the Nazarene”)

For additional details, please contact the church office.

Freedom’s Playground

Freedom’s Playground provides a safe place for families to play and enjoy the great outdoors.  Church members volunteered their time and resources to build this park for the whole of Sunbury. Sharing a border with the village of Sunbury’s Freedom Park, the playground is open to the community (see community events involving Freedom Park).







Local Church in Sunbury, Ohio