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Walking the ‘Good Road’ Together

Our churches celebrate Native American Ministries Sunday By Verna Colliver*  “They never taught us that stuff in school.” That comment was heard after Sherry Wack spoke at the Native American… Read more

CONAM gathering to learn about missing, murdered Native women

The Eastern PA Conference Committee on Native American Ministries (CONAM) will sponsor its annual Spring worship service, along with a light supper and fellowship, at Camp Innabah on Sunday, April… Read more

Elouise Cobell: Native leader took the U.S. to court and won

By Sherry Wack* Most people know about the Trail of Tears, the forced removal of Native Americans from their traditional homes in the Eastern U.S. Actually, there were many Trails… Read more

The International Year of Indigenous Languages

The United Nations has declared that 2019 is the “International Year of Indigenous Languages.” (Check it out on www.en.iyil2019.org). Studies have shown…  Read more

History Revisited

Every October when I was in grade school we sang the same song: “In fourteen hundred and ninety-two, Columbus sailed the ocean blue.” I learned about this brave sailor, who challenged the thinking of the time that the earth was flat…  Read more

Sharing Native American worship, culture, history

The Eastern PA Conference Committee on Native American Ministry (CONAM) will celebrate Native American Ministries Sunday, April 15, 4-6 PM, at Camp Innabah (712 Pughtown Road, Spring City), with a… Read more

CONAM sends help in Montana snow emergency

Heavy snow–70 to 80 inches high–and 70 to 80 miles-per-hour wind gusts have created an emergency on the Blackfeet Tribal Reservation in Montana, where about 7,500 people live in10 communities… Read more

Wilma Mankiller

Sherry Wack, CSM, a member of Evansburg UMC and vice-chair of the Eastern PA Conference Committee on Native American Ministry, kindly sent us this inspiring essay about Native American history-maker… Read more

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Witnesses feel painful ‘Loss of Turtle Island’

The Loss of Turtle Island was a poignant historical journey that opened the eyes, ears, minds and hearts of those who experienced it on Sunday evening, Nov. 12, at Innabah… Read more

Plaque: "United Methodist Historic Site No. 539"

Celebrating Native American Heritage Month

Exchanging gifts is an honored tradition for many Native American peoples. Sherry Wack will exchange the gift of visitation on Sunday, Nov. 19, when she leads her congregation in celebrating Native American Ministries Sunday…  Read more