Mount Vernon Nazarene University: Life Changing
Pastors & Churches

British Isles

May 6-16, 2018 - For more information and registration visit the website.

If you're a district licensed or ordained minister in the Church of the Nazarene, you can earn up to 160 Lifelong-Learning credits through this trip. Contact Dr. C. Jeanne Serrao for more information.

This once in a lifetime all-inclusive trip will take you from Wesley's world to Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon and C. S. Lewis' Kilns where The Chronicles of Narnia were written. Explore places and events that shaped Christianity and culture! Hosted by MVNU's expert faculty, their world will come to life before your eyes on this, one-of-a-kind, academic travel program. Learn more today and register at

Mount Vernon Nazarene University is the official university of the Church of the Nazarene on the East Central Region, sponsored by the Nazarene congregations of Ohio, West Virginia, and eastern Kentucky. Given the tremendous support of our pastors and parishioners, MVNU is committed to cultivating our relationship with Churches of the Nazarene across the region through travel programs and university representation provided for local churches and district/regional organizations by Church Relations.

The University also strives to be a resource center for spiritual renewal, leadership training, and ministry development of pastors and lay leaders, through continuing education seminars, conferences, and special events. Representation and resources are also available for churches of all denominations in the Knox County area and throughout the tri-state area.

Call Church Relations at (888) 470-0050 to register for LEAP and Ministry Resource Training seminars, Pastor Appreciation Days and for general church inquiries.

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