Rev. Gregory Douglass is Co-Chair of the California-Pacific Committee on Native American Ministries (CONAM) and Pastor of Native American United Methodist Church of Southern California (Anaheim, CA) as well as Native American Fellowship of Los Angeles
There are nearly 500,000 Native American persons in the region of the California-Pacific Conference and 50% of your giving for Native American Ministries Sundays funds our Native American Ministries here in the California-Pacific Conference. Please, give faithfully on April 30, 2017 or any designated Sunday of your local church’s choice.
Resources are now available below for use in local churches.
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The Four Vision Quests of Jesus by Steven Charleston
Coming Full Circle – Constructing Native American Christian Theology, editors – Steven Charleston & Elaine Robinson
One Church Many Tribes by Richard Twiss
A Native American Theology by Clara Sue Kidwell, Homer Noley, & George Tinker
On This Spirit Walk by Henrietta Mann & Anita Phillips
Request a Speaker
Speakers from the Native American community are available for speaking at local church worship services upon request.
To request a speaker, contact Rev. Greg Douglass (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Singing the Sacred – Musical Gifts From Native American Communities available at www.globalpraise.org (Global Ministries The UMC)
The Committee on Native American Ministries (CONAM) is a Book of Discipline-mandated standing committee that is made up of Native American & non-Native American partners who seek to minister to those often left out of society & our churches. The committee is charged with promoting Native American Ministry Sunday, determining distribution of the 50% that stays in the Annual Conference from NA Min Sun., as well as monitoring Native American ministries within the Conference.
The California-Pacific Conference is a regional body of The United Methodist Church, made up of some 70,000 members in almost 350 local churches throughout Southern California, parts of Central California, Hawaii, the Pacific Islands, Guam and Saipan. Learn More
Cal-Pac is partnering with two other Conferences to help the Congo Episcopal Area build the Mama Lynn Center to address the needs of rape survivors in a location often called the “rape capital of the world.” Learn More
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