Our Mission

To help people take the next step in love.

Our Vision

To see our community awakened and transformed by love.

We believe God’s love and grace are being extended to all people.

God is awakening hearts to believe and receive salvation through Jesus Christ, then empowering them through the Holy Spirit to grow in love for God and others throughout their life’s journey.

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Our Team

Pastor Jodi Getson

Lead Pastor:
Rev. Jodi Getson

“I believe God has incredible things in store for our Church in these days. I consider it a great honor and privilege to lead and serve both our people and our community.”

Jodi and her husband Marty, along with their children Lexi and Brady moved to Oxford from PEI in 2016. She has a business background and spent many years in the Insurance Restoration Industry before she accepted the call to Lead Pastor in the summer of 2019.

Jodi spent many years of her ministry training with Nazarene Compassionate Ministries working as an International Field Operator. She currently serves as District NMI President for the Canada Atlantic District of the Church of the Nazarene.

Jodi loves to connect with all types of people and help them in their journey of faith – regardless of where they are along that journey!

Pastor Jodi Getson & Family

Online Pastor:

Rev. Tonya Kucey

“The Church is more than a mere building. It is a global community of Christ followers that are united in the purpose of praising the Lord and promoting His Kingdom purposes all around the planet, that all people may have the opportunity to hear of His great grace. I am so honoured to be part of the Body of Believers from around the world working together in unity to fulfill the Great Commission.”

Tonya is passionate about cross-cultural ministry. She has faithfully served the Church in numerous capacities including that of lead pastor, missionary as well as Co-Founder and President of a non-profit organization. She is a writer who passionately teaches and preaches God’s truth, deeply desiring to equip and empower fellow believers from all around the world to fulfill their God-given destiny.

Dillman Family
Hobbs Family on beach

Director of Youth Ministries:
Pastor Tyler Hobbs

“I am confident that God is at work in Oxford and area and am thrilled to be a part of that.”

Tyler and his family moved to the outskirts of Oxford from northern Manitoba in 2010. Since then, they have become a family of 6, started a hobby farm, began a Custom Honey Extraction business and served the Lord in Springhill, NS. In summer 2019, they felt God nudging them to accept the call to join the staff at OxNaz.

Tyler has more than a decade of experience in youth ministry in different church contexts and is now excited to have joined in leading men’s ministry. Tyler and his wife are excited to see God’s Kingdom come on earth as church families work together to proclaim Christ to all ages until His return.

Church Administrator:

Verna Mattinson

Verna joined our team in 2020.  She is a lifelong resident of Oxford and has been a member of the Oxford Church of the Nazarene for over 20 years and brings many years of administrative experience.  She, and her family, have been involved in various areas of our church and she is excited to be a part of what God has planned for OxNaz!

Dillman Family
Hobbs Family on beach

Director of Children’s Ministry:
Clyde Jones

After 35 years living in Northern Manitoba and Saskatchewan Clyde and his wife Lynn moved back to Nova Scotia–you can never take the call of the ocean out of a Blue Noser! Clyde worked as an Electrician and Maintenance Manager in various types of production plants in Western Canada.

Clyde has a strong desire to reach children with the love of Christ and has always tried to be a healthy role model. He and Lynn spent many years running a youth group in Flin Flon with upwards of 120 kids meeting every Friday for a night of games, fun and times of connecting with God. Clyde was also a Sunday school Superintendent and has many fond memories of bringing van loads of children to camp, creating a puppet troop, and overseeing the Sunday School program.

Clyde credits the Lord as his source of strength and wisdom, and also Lynn for being so instrumental to him in ministry.

“I’m excited to see how the Oxford Church of the Nazarene is reaching children and their families and building the kingdom of God.” Clyde Jones

Social Media Associate:

Roberto Leyva

Roberto joined our tech group in 2021. He is from Cuba and has an IT degree and is fond of learning new technology. He enjoys being able to serve the Lord through his work with our Online Church. In addition, he has served on our worship team since 2020.

“God has been very good and I am thankful for His eternal mercy and kindness.”

Dillman Family

Our History

A brief overview of the history of the Oxford Church of the Nazarene


In 1901, Mr. L.J. King a converted Roman Catholic priest, held revival meetings in Springhill and Oxford, Nova Scotia. As a result of these meetings, Dr. Hiram F. Reynolds was invited to organize these groups into churches of the Pentecostal Association of America. In October, 1902, the Springhill “Wesley Pentecostal Church” and the following month the “Second Pentecostal Church” in Oxford was duly organized. Dr. Reynolds stayed with the Oxford work until its first pastor, Rev. George Noble of Haverhill, Massachusetts, arrived in late 1902.

The yellowing pages of the Oxford Journal for May 9th, 1908, record the following interesting facts concerning the Oxford Church. “In the month of April, 1903, at the annual meeting of the Association of Pentecostal Churches of America, held in Brooklyn, New York, this church was voted into the association… and is known as the Second Pentecostal Church of Nova Scotia. It has been said that the church building in Oxford stands today not only as the oldest church of the Nazarene in continuous use by one congregation, but probably also the oldest structure occupied by any church in the denomination. “The building was erected in 1876.”

(Luke 14:17) Unfortunately this was the only assembly held, as the area was shortly merged with the New England District. Nethertheless, a desire for a separate district remained through the years, until in 1943 the Maritime delegation to the New England District Assembly was instructed to petition for a Maritime District to be set apart. The Petition granted, the Board of General Superintendents appointed Rev. W.W. Tink (photo) as the District Superintendent. With 9 congregations and 247 members, the Maritime District was declared a functioning body at O’Leary, Prince Edward Island, on July 8th, 1943.