Committee on Native American Ministries (CONAM) is an organization which seeks to advocate for ministry with and by Native Americans and to share the diverse culture, history and traditions of Native peoples.
CONAM seeks to challenge the understanding of radical discipleship and our passion for the Lord as indigenous people to be called out into the world as disciples of Christ in communities that minister to those who suffer from being marginalized and disenfranchised.
The ministries offered by CONAM include:
Encouraging lay and clergy leadership development through programs such as Discover God's Call Ministry for laity and clergy to better understand their gifts and graces
Developing local and international mission work teams to offer hope and allow the light of Christ to be made visible. Mission beyond the church provides a greater sense of being a disciple that witnesses to the kingdom that has come in Christ Jesus.
Developing youth ministries to help youth and young adults stay connected to the local church, find their place at the table and develop their understanding of ministry.
Promoting Native American Ministries Sunday Offering, training interpreters, and continuing to work with our Eastern PA Conference on selecting a Native American Representative in each church.
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