NNEA Projects & Events


The Naylor Network Evangelistic Association has been involved in missions since our foundation. Our ministry has been blessed to provide efforts to those who have been displaced by fire, church fires, flooding, and other critical and life changing events. We have also been able to raise awareness of many public health and national issues such as breast cancer awareness through our "Singing for a Cure," Concerts in October. Our mission is not just southern gospel music and evangelism, but, to love people with the love of Christ. We have been blessed to make this our mission since our founding in 2005. Today, our missions are conducted by our staff and lead by Brittany Richo & Kassidy Williams. We pray that we can always spread the message of Christ to each and everyone we are able to meet. 

Upcoming Events -

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The Naylor Network Evangelistic Association is excited to be in planning for a special concert to celebrate our 15th Anniversary! We hope you will join us for this incredible night as we thank God for his grace and blessings and worship the Lord together in song, testimony, and praise! 


March is MS Awareness Month. Members of The Naylor Network Evangelistic Association have several family members who have been diagnosed and are currently treated for MS. There is no current cure, however, research and support lead us to becoming one step closer. During the month of March, NNEA becomes involved in several MS programs and 10% of our product sales are donated to The Cleveland Clinic - Mellen Center for Multiple Sclerosis. This program is coordinated by Brittany Richo. To make a donation or for more information you can reach her at 



October is always a month of remembrance, support, and prayer for those with Breast Cancer. Our ministry takes this month to display our gratitude for those involved in cancer research and for all who have, and have had Breast Cancer. 10% of proceeds from our product table are donated to Duke University's Cancer Institute. This program is coordinated by Brittany Richo, Associate Director. For more information or to donate contact Brittany at