Native American Ministries Sunday Resources

IMG_9657Celebrate Native American Ministries Sunday on a date that is convenient for your congregation. The official date is April 26, 2020.

The Oklahoma Indian Missionary Conference has created this page to be a resource for allies and partners to engage and support Native American ministries throughout The United Methodist church. Donations to Native American Ministries Sunday provides scholarships for United Methodist Native American seminarians, strengthens and develops Native American ministries and communities, both urban and rural, and supports Native American outreach at the annual conference level.

Native Hymns (video)

Kiowa Hymn by the Rev. Julienne Judd and family, Carline and Taloa Judd
Choctaw Hymn 138 by Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate
Amazing Grace in Cherokee by Detra Kingfisher-Quinones
Comanche Hymn #1 by the Rev. Donna Pewo
Cheyenne Hymn by the Rev. Donna Pewo
Native Hymns by Jason and Jariah Eyachabbe
Native Hymns by Brent and Miwese Greenwood
Special Music by Miwese Greenwood

Call to Worship

Call to Worship by the Rev. James McKinney
Call to Worship by the Rev. Delana Taylor
Call to Worship by the Rev. Judy Deere
Call to Worship by the Rev. Anita Phillips


Prayer by the Delana Taylor
Prayer by Josephine Deere

Responsive Reading

Catlin’s Creed by George Catlin


Benediction by Prieres D’Ozawamick

OIMC Stories of Inspiration (video)

Billy Hooton Food Bank Ministry
CCYM Winter Service Project
School Kits Distribution
Hair Cut Ministry
Know My Truth by Alyssa Underwood

Additional resources are available at


Contact Information

Conference Headquarters
602 SW 35th
Oklahoma City, OK 73109
Office: 405-632-2006
Fax: 405-632-0209


Resident Bishop:

Bishop James “Jimmy” Nunn
1501 NW 24 Street
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73106


Conference Superintendent:

Rev. Margaret Johnson


Director of Connectional Ministries: 
Rev. Donna Pewo


Administrative Assistant: Linda Draper


Norther District Superintendent:

Rev. Mike Svitak


Souther District Superintendent:

Rev. Sharon Yeahquo