Nathan Joseph Prince (12 Mar 1951 - 19 Apr 2019)

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Funeral Service

Location
Mansfield Road Baptist Church Corner of Gregory Boulevard & Sherwood Rise Nottingham NG7 6JN
Date
24th May 2019
Time
10.30am
Funeral Director
A.W. Lymn Nottingham

Burial Details

Location
Northern (Bulwell) CemeteryHempshill LaneNottinghamNG6 8PF
Date
24th May 2019
Time
1.30pm

In loving memory of Nathan Joseph Prince who sadly passed away on 19th April 2019, but we know he's resting in the loving arms of his Saviour.

A man of Faith, with a Pastors' heart a drive a passion for life. He was a beautiful soul who came into our lives and kindle something so precious inside of us. He was humerous, clever, hard working, gifted and talented.

Nathan had an unique ability a genuine desire to connect with the people around him, impacting their lives. He will be truly missed by all those who knew and loved him.

Your support and messages of condolence have been much appreciated.

The service will be a celebration to remember Nathan's life, therefore please dress in lighter colours.

Flowers can be sent to Lymns at Robin Hood Street.

Wendy Hickling wrote

Not sure for how many times or for how long we can write here? I'm thinking of a time in 2015 when I took my grand daughter Lexi, to Crabtree Community Centre Church. In the after-church, casual part of the meeting, Pastor Nathan chatted with the 18 month old and put his hand on her head as if to bless her. In one of his sermons, I can remember Pastor Nathan saying "this is not a world I would want to bring children into". Thank you Pastor Nathan, I am bringing her sister for you to bless too. x

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Offline donation: Keith and Susan Goodinson and Family donated in memory of Nathan
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Raymond Hayes wrote

Nathan truly was a man of faith and power. We are so priveliged to have been so close to him and seen Yahshua working through him. We are praying for you, Barbara and the children especially that you will be comforted at this time.Lots of love, Ray & Susanna xx

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Jamie Small wrote

A truly great man with a heart to match. Rest well Nathan

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Maxine Clarry wrote

I want to share our sadness at Jay Fostering in the passing of Nathan.
A kind and compassionate man, whom helped vulnerable children in his role.
You will be missed.

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Micah Green wrote

(Not sure if my message earlier was posted)
This brother will be greatly missed, he had a massive impact on the lives of so many including mine. He baptised me back in 1999 and as a godly man and fellow prophet has been a solid role model for me.

My love to his family and friends for their loss but Heaven's gain: he's with his Saviour, Yahshua now ❤💔❤

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Wayne McLeish wrote

It is quite deliberate that I left this tribute so late, why? ..... because it is difficult to talk about Nathan [my dear friend] in the past tense.
So .... my Pastor, my Mentor, my Friend and so much more, yes indeed.
You have left significant impacts on all our lives which is a part of the legacy of Yahshus love that you obtained hear on planet earth.
Sometimes I really thought that you were Yahshua in disguise...... [Humanity now finally meets Devinety].
So Mr Prince ....... R.I.P 💥

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  • I feel you brother ❤

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Ruth McLeish wrote

A great Pastor and friend. You were genuinely a people's person. You were interested about others, You was a gentlemen who was generous, good humoured, selfless, and had a full heart to serve Yahweh and his people, and through that you helped me in my walk with Yahshua. Thank you for the many lives you touched. Rest in eternal peace. Shalom.

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Audrian wrote

Sleep peacefully Nathan. Was asking Yahweh for your healing - this He did but He needed another angel in heaven with Him. Thanks for the impact you made in our families lives - I know mum will be rejoicing with you. When Yahweh formed you He broke the mould - you are irreplaceable & our church has been blessed by your presence. In fact, not just our church but numerous people have been blessed by you. Your legacy lives on in your beautiful wife, Barbara, & your children. Barbara, may Yahweh's shalom remain with you. We are here for you though you know Yahweh I Am is there for you 24/7, 365 days a year. Pray Yahweh continues to strengthen you & fill you with His shalom 🙏 ❤️ 🙏 x

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Amnah Shah wrote

A real honour to have worked with Nathan. Such a gentle, humble and modest person with great passion for his faith and God consciousness........a true gem!...... difficult to find in today's society.
Feel blessed to have known him.

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Esau BUILDING wrote

Weeping may endure for a night, but joy commeth in the morning.
Just a few words to say regarding my late best friend and schoolmate Nathan Prince, we call "Dee Shirley".
We grew up attending Duncans All Age primary school.
Unfortunately, one day he said to me "Esau, I am leaving with my family to England , but one day I will return and see you ".
After years, he kept his promise returned.
We had good times, he told me how he got married etc. We exchanged telephone numbers and were communicating . We lost contact after a while.
Fortunately, I went to Jamaica where Hermine his family said to me, Esau you heard from Dee? I said no.
We lost contact. She said, here's the number, call him you were good friends
I came back to the USA and with the help of my niece, who called first I was able to call after.
When I called, a nice lady answered and asked who it was. I explained who I was. She said to me 'I'm Barbara his wife. He gave the phone to him.
We were so excited to hear one another's voice. He explained his situation to me.
He said "I am living in Nottingham, remember Sherwood forest" we laughed.
These were his last word to me of which I will never forget. He said to me," Esau, I wish you could come and see me?" I felt those words so touching. I said yes.
Making reservation, only to hear my friend went to be with our maker.
Barbara and the rest of the family, my condolences to you all.
Keep strong. One day we'll all see the Preacher man.

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Francesca Page wrote

Nathan passionate Pastor, beautiful soul, giver of laughter, the truth, faithful lovely man and friend. R IP safe in Heaven, truly will be missed thank you for touching my life.

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