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Cal-Pac United Methodists are Praying With the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe

Rev. Greg Douglass, Pastor of the Native American United Methodist Church of Southern California as well as the Circle of Life Native American Fellowship in Los Angeles, and Co-Chair of the California-Pacific Conference’s Committee on Native American Ministries, shares how ministry here in the Southern California area is connected to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in the Dakotas.

The Dakotas Conference of The United Methodist Church have set up a fund for the protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline and are providing news coverage of the United Methodist support of the tribe.

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