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“All of them were filled with the Holy Spirit.” —Acts 2:4

Native American Congregational Support
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Sherree May
(800) 728-7228, x5252
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100 Witherspoon Street
Louisville, KY 40202

 Native American Presbyterian Women's Gathering

"One body, One spirit, One sisterhood"

June 17-18, 2015

Minneapolis, Minnesota 

 More details and registration information coming soon!


 About Native American Congregational Support

The Native American Congregational Support Office’s purpose is to enable the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) to respond to Native American congregational issues, enable Native American Presbyterians to participate actively in the mission of the PC(USA), facilitate the church’s task of evangelism and leadership development and serve as a liaison to ecumenical and denominational entities in relation to issues affecting Native American Presbyterian churches and chapels

And then there were 172: Two presbyteries unite | Read more
East meets West during mission trip to Navajo Nation | Read more
Talmaks: camp meeting of the Nez Perce Presbyterians | Read more

Map of Native American lands in the US

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Native American lands in the US

Source: US Census Bureau, 2002

Associate for Native American Congregational Support, 

Rev. Irvin Porter  

IrvIrvin is descended from three Native American tribes: Pima, T’hono O’odham, and Nez Perce. He is the seventh of eight children raised by a single father after the divorce of his parents. He received an Associate of Arts degree in accounting from Haskell Indian Junior College, now a university, in Lawrence, Kansas. He worked in banking for ten years in Idaho, and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Dubuque, Iowa in 1997. He is a 2001 graduate of the University of Dubuque Theological Seminary receiving his Masters of Divinity. Irvin met his wife Anne-Cecile Baer-Porter at the seminary. She is preparing for ministry also and is from France. Read More


  • Are there opportunities for groups to come to any of the Native American locales for mission trips/assistance--not specifically financial contributions? I have searched everywhere I know to look on the PCUSA Site and don't find any info. relating to anything like this. by Martha Wolfe on 06/19/2014 at 5:27 p.m.

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