Rev. Dr. Wenton Fyne is a native of Jamaica West Indies.

     Rev. Dr. Wenton Fyne & Dr. Olga Fyne


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Dr. Fyne has been Sr. Pastor of the Beulah Church of the Nazarene from September 2000.  Prior to this, he pastored several Nazarene churches in Jamaica west Indies, namely: Milk River and Gravel Hill and founded the Mineral Heights church of the Nazarene along with his wife and is the founding pastor of the Land Settlement Bible Covenant Church in Manchester.

He, along with his wife, later migrated to the United States in1968 and planted the Far Rockaway Church of the Nazarene. He pastored this church for 15 years.  Dr. Fyne presently serves the Metro New York District, Church of the Nazarene Credentials Board, and is on the Board of Trustees at Eastern Nazarene College, Quincy Massachusetts. He serves as Advisory member on the board of Vital Brooklyn, as well as other boards and committees.

His academic credentials include a Diploma in Theology from Caribbean Wesleyan College, BA from International Seminary and a MA from Eastern Nazarene College.  He also has a Doctorate in Ministry, obtained at International Seminary, and is presently a PHD student at Indiana Wesleyan University.  Dr. Fyne attended various other institutions of learning.  He authored a bestselling book entitled: “A better you “

Besides serving in the ministry, Dr. Fyne served in several secular capacities over the years as follows: 

  • Insurance salesman; British America and Dial Live, Jamaica west indies.
  • Chaplain: Hospice Care. Long Island, New York.
  • Family Life Director: Addabbo Mental health Clinic, Far rockaway New York.
  • Pastoral care Director: Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, New York.
  • Realtor: Century twenty-one, Long Island New York& International Realty Brooklyn New York.

Dr. Fyne is a visionary who embraces the philosophy of “Church Without Walls.”  One of his greatest strengths is his attitude towards life and people. Among his noticeable attributes and outstanding qualities, are tolerance, love and warmth.  Dr. Wenton is never too tired to listen or advise anyone.

 He has taken church mission teams to Barbados, Grenada, Haiti St Vincent, and Jamaica. He has also traveled widely. His wife, Rev. Dr. Olga Fyne, is a certified public-school teacher and state Licensed Schools District Administrator. She is an ordained Elder in the Church of the Nazarene, the author of several books and is also from Jamaica. She supports him in his ministry as First Lady, together with their three children, Kerry-Ann, Dwayne and Justin.  They also have three grandchildren, Ethan, Matthias and Priscilla

                                            Pastor and First Lady Fyne


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Tearing Down Your Walls Flat

Dr. Olga Fyne: 08-16-2020

Hi Beulah family! It is a pleasure to be able to encourage you and all those who are listening in, whether you’re connecting by social media or here in the sanctuary with us. We’re elated that you’re able to worship with us this morning and I pray and hope that your life will be impacted positively by this worship service. I would like to speak with you on the topic, Tearing Down your Walls Flat. Our scripture lesson is Joshua 6:1-21. I will be reading verses 4 and 5 from the NLT as follows:

Vs.4 “Seven priests will walk ahead of the Ark, each carrying a ram’s horn. On the seventh day, you are to march around the town seven times, with the priests blowing the horns. vs.5 When you hear the priests give one long blast on the rams’ horns, have all the people shout as loud as they can. Then the walls of the town will collapse, and the people can charge straight into the town.”

An old writer said that every carnal heart is a Jericho shut up; God sits down before it and displays mercy and judgment: it hardens itself in a willful security and saith, "I shall never be moved." What numbers of men there are who close their hearts and keep them barred against God! God might have thrown down the walls of Jericho at once, but you must remember that He uses means to accomplish ends. God required Israel to walk around Jericho. That was their part. God is not usually in a hurry. He can afford to wait until the seventh day before bringing down the walls. I don't read that the Israelites grew tired of waiting on this occasion. They went at it day after day quietly marching ahead. Here is a lesson of perseverance for us. We sometimes grow impatient. We see no good resulting from our own labors and are disposed to murmur. (Charles Leach.)

We Are a Church Without Walls.

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