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Video image courtesy of UMC Giving, United Methodist Communications.

Video image courtesy of UMC Giving, United Methodist Communications.

Native American Ministries Sunday: Videos for Social Media

When you support Native American Ministries Sunday, you equip seminary students who will honor and celebrate Native American culture in their ministries. And you empower congregations that are finding fresh new ways to minister to their communities with the love of Christ.

Our Giving Allows Native Americans to Encounter, Worship and Serve Jesus

Native American Ministries Sunday - Social Media Video 1 - Seminary students will honor their culture

Native American Ministries Sunday - Social Media Video 2 - Enable extension of congregations and ministries

Native American Ministries Sunday - Social Media Video 3 - Support Native American theology

Native American Ministries Sunday - Social Media Video 4 - Celebrate contributions

Native American Ministries Sunday - Social Media Video 5 - Empower Native American pastors and congregations

Native American Ministries Sunday - Social Media Video 6 - Support scholarships

Native American Ministries Sunday - Social Media Video 7 - Contributions of Native Americans

Native American Ministries Sunday - Social Media Video 8 - Empower students to serve

Native American Ministries Sunday - Social Media Video 9 - Equip seminary students

Native American Ministries Sunday - Social Media Video 10 - Native American congregations

UMC Giving, a service of United Methodist Communications, provides pastors with resources to inform and inspire their congregations to give generously to help others. For more information about Native American Ministries Sunday and free, downloadable graphics, click here.

 “Will we be allowed to develop new ways of doing church that honor God’s purposes for the creative expression of our cultures? Will new ministry partnerships and coalitions form? Will you help be a part of this wonderful process of reconciliation, restoration and release?”   
Dr. Richard Twiss, a member of the Sicangu Lakota Oyate
from the Rosebud Sioux Reservation in South Dakota