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Promote Native American Sunday

Native American prayer circle

Native American Ministries Sunday will be celebrated across The United Methodist Church on May 1, 2022. These resources will support your observance of this important special offering.

Cynthia Mosely of Fordville, St. John UMC, Bridgeton, NJ, is excited about Native American Ministries Sunday. St. John’s, a Native American congregation, is a vibrant community of 185 families (an increase of 50 families) that occurred during the pandemic as pastor Roy Bundy moved services online to support the needs of church members. With this growth, the church has also increased the amount of food they serve to the community in their immediate area.

“Perhaps its greatest benefit [of Native American Ministries Sunday], said Mosely, is the chance for “the general church family [to] learn and understand more about the Native American community right here in New Jersey. We share our drums, our dancers, our speakers, and our love of the Creator with everyone.”

This special Sunday is three weeks away!
Here are resources and ideas that you can use to make the worship services extra special.

Thank you for your commitment to God’s word and the ministry of The United Methodist Church. Your gifts to the Native American Ministries Sunday offering provide scholarships for seminarians and outreach within The Michigan Conference and empower congregations to find fresh, new ways to engage their communities with Christ’s love. 

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