Welcome to our Website where we will share with you, our work, activities, events, and resources. There are Native people living in every state in this jurisdiction. These CoNAM's support existing Native American United Methodist Churches as well as work with all the native communities. Our focus is on leadership development, outreach ministries, education and advocacy.
Educational opportunity - Register for a Conference that explores connections between the current pandemic, environmental devastation, and the Doctrine of Discovery.
Explore the connections between colonialism, racism, white supremacy HERE.
Educate yourself and others about Outstanding Native American Women on Indian Country's Hidden Figures presentation HERE.
Learn more about the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe's fight for sovereign recognition and land rights HERE.
We held our 2019 Annual Meeting in Liverpool, NY hosted by the Upper New York CoNAM. The Main highlight of the 2019 meeting was a declaration that the next year would concentrate on the escalating problem of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.
Please see our MMIWG / MMNWG RESOURCES page to take action.
See our MURDERED & MISSING INDIGENOUS / NATIVE WOMEN & GIRLS SECTION ON OUR EDUCATION PAGE to learn more.
Check out our ARTICLES for continuing coverage of this important issue.
In addition, check out our WORSHIP RESOURCES section for Native American Ministries Sunday liturgies, Prayers & Litanies, and liturgy for remembering Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.
Come back to our website as new reports, activities and resources will be added. Thank you for being interested in our organization and about Native People.
Within this section of our website you will find resources to help expand your knowledge and that of others in your church and conference in Native American history and culture. It is here that you can access training videos, curriculum, articles, liturgies, speakers, vendors, and more! TAKE ACTION on various issues. Additional resources and articles can also be found on our social media pages including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube!
With God’s grace and guidance, the NORTHEASTERN JURISDICTION NATIVE AMERICAN MINISTRIES COMMITTEE will serve as the body that helps to guide Native Americans and advocates in the Northeastern Jurisdiction to develop and maintain a relationship through the United Methodist Church.