SEJ Native American Ministries Meeting Held in North Georgia


The North Georgia Conference hosted a meeting of the Southeastern Jurisdictional Association on Native American Ministries (SEJANAM) et on February 13 in Conyers. In a spirit of cooperation, leadership from Native American ministries across our Jurisdiction finalized the critical issues that will be topics of Awareness and Dialogue at the Lake Junaluska Summer Conference June 24-26, 2016.

SEJANAM serves the 15 annual conferences of the SEJ, 23 Native American churches, three ministries of the SEJ, and seeks to serve approximately 210,000 Native Americans of the nine southeastern states in the SEJ. The SEJNAM Summer Conference will include speakers, a worship service, a small powwow, Native vendors, and classes.

Pictured are (Rear L-R) Tracy Pender, Mike Shearon, Kenneth Locklear, Bob Mangum, (Front and middle L-R) Vickie Schwartz, Daphine Locklear Strickland, Darlene Jacobs, Connie Locklear, Mary T. Newman, and Becki Jones.

comments powered by Disqus