Native Peoples of the UMC

Participants in the Indigenous Peoples March walk down Constitution Ave. in Washington. Thousands of people walked from the Department of the Interior building in Washington to the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to shine a spotlight of Native America issues and concerns. UMNS photo by Erik Alsgaard, Baltimore-Washington Conference.

The United Methodist Church recognizes the contributions and gifts of Native peoples to the church and their communities around the globe.

We support Native Americans and indigenous peoples and their traditions.

Find stories by and about Native peoples, along with resources, information about upcoming events, links to ministries and more.

Daryl Junes-Joe from the Navajo Nation visits Norway with a group from the United Methodist Church advocating for the rights of indigenous peoples.
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Navajo Advocate and United Methodist Woman

Daryl Junes-Joe has seen the world far from her home reservation and now serves the church in a new role. "God opened another door. I've become a voice."

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Wallowa Lake ceremony in Oregon honors return of land.
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Oregon ceremony honors return of land

In a ceremony filled with song, word and action, under the shadow of Chief Joseph Mountain, the Oregon-Idaho Conference returned a parcel of land to the Nez Perce Tribe.

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