Dallas Indian Mission United Methodist Church

Dallas Indian Mission  United Methodist Church

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The Mighty Methodist, Keep California in your Prayers 10 deaths sofar from Carona Virus in Santa Clara Valley, more to come
Chokma --- My daughter and I had a wonderful and warm welcome when we fellow-shipped as visitors right before Christmas last year. When its once again safe to congregate in larger numbers in our Counties, we look forward to worshiping again with you soon. Carrying you in our hearts....Sending Love, Prayers and Strength....
I know I'm late posting this. But I've been having format and posting issues.
Hey everybody, Sunday after church we’re going to have rehearsal for the Christmas play. If you have any questions message me.
Horseshoe Tournament on a beautiful day.
Thank you for inviting me but, I live about 2,000 miles away. Have a good Church service 🤗
Michael Tongkeamha's Sermon I tend to create visually what I got out of a sermon. Or my interpretation and my understanding of it. As Michael was speaking or giving his testimony. I didn't see him physically, but I saw him through SPIRITUAL eyes. Which is why I drew him without a face. Being the founder of SOAR-BEYOND drum group, I didn't hear the sound of the drum. I could SEE the pulse of LIFE in him. His spiritual life. We did an exercise with him by breathing 3 times. To experience the greatest gift of LIFE. Like many of us, our life's paths aren't straight and perfect. There are struggles and obstacles to overcome. With FAITH in our CREATOR, and with the help of our family and friends, we can continue our journey with hope. The HOLY SPIRIT is hovering over him and his leadership. GOD BLESS YOU BROTHER. A-HO
Planning to see Ausben...as John Sage.
Have y'all set up an event for the Wild Onion Dinner yet? Just wondering the date and time.
March 2, at 24th Annual UTA powwow.
PLEASE SHARE: To Our Native American Community there are some important disturbing things y'all need to know concerning the Urban Inter-Tribal Center of Texas. There are illegal actions taken by Rogue Board members of the Center to push people out in forceful coup to take over the center. This all started by two non-ndns putting false accusations on multiple women and elders of our ndn community. They are trying to push people out with NO PROOF of wrong doing and to add insult to injury have attempted to stop the community from having any idea of what is going on. All the while the Rogue Board is using monies that come from YOUR MEDICARE AND MEDICAID AND PRIVATE INSURANCE 3RD PARTY PAYMENTS TO FUND their high dollar lawyers and investigators that have not proven and cannot prove wrong doing because there is none. THE ROGUE BOARD IS PUTTING YOUR ELDERS, CHILDRENS AND YOUR MEDICAL CARE AT RISK! They have already used your money that is suppose help fund the center to instead pay for at least over $40,000 worth of non-sense legal fees that should instead be used for the community. Please ask questions and help save OUR COMMUNITY CENTER call 214-941-1050 with your concerns.

1203 Hollywood Dallas, TX 75208 (214)331-8261 Worship Services: Sunday at 11am & 7pm; Wednesdays at 7pm

1203 Hollywood Avenue Dallas, TX 75208 Tel: 214-331-8261 Worship Services: 10am Children's Sunday School and Adult Bible Study 11am Sunday Worship 7pm Sunday Evening Prayer Service 7pm Wednesday Evening Prayer Service Located in the heart of the Oak Cliiff community, DIUMC's mission is to respond to Jesus' call to welcome, inspire, encourage and equip members and individuals as disciples of Jesus Christ. Our ministry includes being the Indian community to those who seek a spiritual fellowship among Native peoples. Special programs include bible study, an annual revival, Watch Night, Native American Ministry Sunday, family picnics, chili cook-offs, Christmas celebrations, holiday dinners, church trips, and a family fall festival. Join us for fun and fellowship with programs and activities for children, youth, singles, couples, men and women. SilverFeather elders meet every Thursday morning for bible study, lunch and to plan monthly activities. Within The United Methodist Church, there are approximately 111 Native American congregations. Eighty-four are part of Oklahoma Indian Missionary Conference (OIMC). The Conference gives voice to Native Americans and meets the mandate as outlined in the Book of Discipline which “serves to remind the Church of the gifts and contributions made by Native Americans to our society.” We seek 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. We are part of the OIMC. The Purpose of OIMC is to reach Native Americans in Oklahoma (including adjorning areas) with the Good News of Jesus Christ through United Methodist witness. Present membership is approximately 6,000 with 84 established churches, five fellowships and a Church & Community Center. Most of the churches are in Oklahoma however we have one church in Dallas, TX; three churches and one fellowship in Kansas.

Mission: Our mission is to respond to Jesus' call to welcome, encourage and equip members and individuals as disciples of Jesus Christ.

[04/08/20]   ““Let me give you a new command: Love one another. In the same way I loved you, you love one another. This is how everyone will recognize that you are my disciples—when they see the love you have for each other.””
‭‭John‬ ‭13:34-35‬ ‭MSG‬‬

[04/07/20]   “Jesus replied, “The hour has come for the Son of Man to be glorified.

Whoever serves me must follow me; and where I am, my servant also will be. My Father will honor the one who serves me.”
‭‭John‬ ‭12:23, 26‬ ‭NIV‬‬

[04/06/20]   “God made him who had no sin to be sin for us, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God.”
‭‭2 Corinthians‬ ‭5:21‬ ‭NIV‬‬

April is Prevent Child Abuse Month.

Child Abuse Prevention Month Day #5

The first case of child abuse was brought to the courts by the American Society for the Protection of Animals - because, in 1874, there were more laws regarding the safety of animals than children.

Little Mary Ellen Wilson became the face for the cause of doing more to protect children from abuse.

As a young child, her mother became widowed and could no longer afford childcare for her daughter so she could continue to work; sadly, she was forced to put her daughter into an orphanage. Mary was adopted by a family, but soon after the father passed away leaving his wife to care for their biological children and their newly adopted daughter.

Mary's adoptive mother took to abusing her, ofter beating her for no apparent reason, to the point that Mary was afraid to speak in fear she would be hurt.

It wasn't until neighbors became increasing concerned about the child with exposed bruises and cuts that authorities were alerted, but there was nothing to be done because there was no language in the law that made abuse of children a crime.

Laws used for the protection of animals were called into the court to push her case forward, and afterwards the New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children was created.

Unbelievably, this child victim was placed in a home for delinquent teenagers but was then adopted by a loving family.

For more on her story visit: https://www.nytimes.com/2009/12/15/health/15abus.html

#ChildAbusePreventionMonth

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DIUMC - Apr 5, 2020: Gospel Message

Worship Moments at Dallas Indian Mission UMC
Apologies for the imperfect visuals. ZOOM hiccups.

Rev. Dr. David Wilson

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DIUMC - Apr 14, 2019: Tribal Hymn

Rebroadcast of Palm Sunday 2019 moments at DIUMC

Choctaw

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DIUMC - Apr 14, 2019: Tribal Hymn

Rebroadcast of Palm Sunday 2019 moments at DIUMC

Comanche

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DIUMC - Apr 14, 2019: Tribal Hymn

Rebroadcast of Palm Sunday 2019 moments at DIMUMC

Flute

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DIUMC - Apr 14, 2019: Tribal Hymn

Rebroadcast of Palm Sunday 2019 moments at DIMUMC

Kiowa

Dallas Indian Mission United Methodist Church's cover photo

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Child Welfare Advocates Fear Surge In Abuse Cases During Recession

Listen to broadcast or read it...learn what you can do to help families and prevent child abuse.
Here's an excerpt from the interview with Julie Evans, Fort Worth's Alliance for Children, she says "what we've seen is an increase in the severity of our physical abuse cases. So we're seeing young children that are coming to our emergency rooms with severe injuries. We've even had child fatalities in our community, which just demonstrate the level of concern both our medical and law enforcement and responding teams have for the safety of kids at home. And at the same time, what we're not seeing is the typical number of cases we see in other parts of the abuse dynamics. We're exceedingly concerned for kiddos that are at home but don't have access to someone they can ask for help."

npr.org NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Julie Evans, CEO of Alliance For Children, about the potential for spikes in severity of child abuse cases during the coronavirus pandemic.

Communion endures.

Rev. Dr. David Wilson, Guest Preacher

Worship Services are offered via *Conference Bridge and ZOOM*

Dial in Toll Free Numbers:
346-248-7799 408-638-0968 669-900-6833
312-626-6799 646-876-9923 253-215-8782 301-715-8592

********please note additional passcode needed
Passcode or Meeting ID – 413 609 3874 #/ 115668( new safety feature added today )

Palm Sunday 2018

“Most of the crowd spread their coats on the road [as before a king], while others were cutting branches from the trees and spreading them on the road. The crowds that went ahead of Him, and those that followed Him, were shouting [in praise and adoration], “ Hosanna to the Son of David (Messiah); B LESSED [praised, glorified] IS H E WHO COMES IN THE NAME OF THE LORD; Hosanna in the highest [heaven]!””
‭‭Matthew‬ ‭21:8-9‬ ‭AMP‬‬

Today, we’ll celebrate Holy Communion during
Church Service. You’re welcomed to participate
With Bread/Cracker and Juice.

And he took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to them, saying, “This is my body given for you; do this in remembrance of me.” In the same way, after the supper he took the cup, saying, “This cup is the new covenant in my blood, which is poured out for you.”
‭‭Luke‬ ‭22:19-20‬ ‭NIV‬‬

Worship Service 11:00am
Rev. Dr. David Wilson, Guest Preacher

Holy Communion

Worship Services are offered via *Conference Bridge and ZOOM*

Dial in Toll Free Numbers:
346-248-7799 408-638-0968 669-900-6833
312-626-6799 646-876-9923 253-215-8782 301-715-8592

Passcode or Meeting ID – 413 609 3874 #/additional passcode needed 115668( new safety feature added today)

Palm Sunday’s Guest Preacher

Rev. Dr. David Wilson is currently serving as the Conference Superintendent for The Oklahoma Indian Missionary Conference of The United Methodist Church. The conference is made up of 87 Indian Methodist churches in Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas. The conference began in the the early 1800s upon removal of the Choctaws, Creeks, Chickasaws and Cherokees from their homelands.

David is a member of The Choctaw Nation.

He has served local churches in Tahlequah and Norman, OK. David is a 1990 graduate of Oklahoma City University with a B.A. In Mass Communications. He graduated from Phillips Theological Seminary in Tulsa, OK with a Masters of Divinity. He received an honorary doctorates from the historical Bacone College in Muskogee in 2007. He was named the outstanding adjunct faculty at OCU in 2009. He received the John Edwards Leadership Award from AARP in 2015. He was named the outstanding Indian male of the year in 2015 from the Changing Winds Society in Oklahoma City.

He has served as Adjunct Professor at OCU since 1997 in the school of Religion and also serves as adjunct Professor at Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University, where local pastors are trained in a summer program. He is a member of the OCU Board of Trustees. He is also a board member for the Oklahoma City Indian Clinic. He serves on several boards within The United Methodist Church.

Rev. Wilson resides in Oklahoma City.

Rev. Dr. David Wilson, Guest Preacher

Worship Services are offered via *Conference Bridge and ZOOM*

Dial in Toll Free Numbers:
346-248-7799 408-638-0968 669-900-6833
312-626-6799 646-876-9923 253-215-8782 301-715-8592

Passcode or Meeting ID – 413 609 3874 #/ 115668( new safety feature added today )

Dallas Indian Mission United Methodist Church's cover photo

[04/04/20]   “But the Lord is faithful, and He will strengthen you [setting you on a firm foundation] and will protect and guard you from the evil one.”
‭‭2 Thessalonians‬ ‭3:3‬ ‭AMP‬‬

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Did you know that Native American Ministry Sunday offering has been around since 1988? | UMC Giving

Native American Ministries Sunday
http://www.umcgiving.org/resource-articles/did-you-know-that-native-american-ministry-Sunday?utm_source=communication%20essentials&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=connectional%20giving&utm_content=nams04/01/2020&mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiWW1RMVl6STBNMkk0TTJRMSIsInQiOiJEckRzYXlxYXFyb1dQTnNBWUZscTNWSmt3OWNha0t3SFlIWUt1cElHYU1OV3lrcVl1MXd5bUxvRGRWU2xVd29QRExcL3FaaE54eDQ5cWdlZ2xOK2RKNisxV3dzK0krR3oyYnlIa2VpS3l2T0tQRTRnTDB5YSs3aFdQQzg2UVk5ZHIifQ%3D%3D

umcgiving.org Native American Ministries Sunday serves to remind United Methodists of the gifts and contributions made by Native Americans to our society. With more than 20,000 Native Americans within the denomination, this special Sunday helps to ensure that Native American United Methodist leaders are recognize...

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Help and Hope

April is Prevent Child Abuse Month...
Today is wear blue day...all day!
This message includes some info and resources for families adjusting to the many changes #covid19 has caused. It is an open message to parents and caregivers from our sTexas Dept of Family and Protective Services' Prevention & Early Intervention Division and the Help and Hope campaign. Click on photo link for more informaiton:
http://www.helpandhope.org/?fbclid=IwAR2UIUCcE1TpkJ8diZJ6dIJ8eii9YPOY2OWTZDrXxZcQM1cs1VHyCIUrpfQ

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[04/03/20]   “My mind and my body may grow weak, but God is my strength; he is all I ever need.”
‭‭Psalms‬ ‭73:26‬ ‭GNB‬‬

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Pray for Me, Region 8 Video for Blue Sunday.

April is Prevent Child Abuse Month
This is the reason we observe Blue Sunday
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QujXLIrLBSo

Please support child abuse and neglect prevention and early intervention in our community by setting aside time in worship activities on Blue Sunday, April 2...

[04/02/20]   “Listen to my words, O LORD, and hear my sighs. Listen to my cry for help, my God and king! I pray to you, O LORD; you hear my voice in the morning; at sunrise I offer my prayer and wait for your answer.”
‭‭Psalms‬ ‭5:1-3‬ ‭GNB‬‬

Blue Sunday Child Abuse Prevention

Dallas Indian Mission UMC observes "Blue Sunday" as a Day of Prayer for Abused Children. Please join us on April 26th in prayer. Remember, April is Child Abuse Prevention month, so wear a blue ribbon.

TIPS ON HOW TO RECOGNIZE & BRING RELIEF TO ABUSED CHILDREN

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Domestic Violence Isn’t Just Physical: Know The Signs

April is Prevent Child Abuse month.
Not all violence looks the same, so it's extremely important for all women to know about these six non-physical signs of abuse and domestic violence.

moms.com Not all violence looks the same, so it's extremely important for all women to know about these six non-physical signs of abuse and domestic violence.

[04/01/20]   “rejoicing in hope; patient in tribulation; continuing stedfastly in prayer;”
‭‭Romans‬ ‭12:12‬ ‭ASV‬‬

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Obituary for Jacqueline Davis | Brumley Funeral Home

Special prayers for the family of Jacqueline (Williams) Davis. She made her heavenly journey surrounded by her loving family on March 28, 2020.
A Celebration of Life Graveside Service will be Thursday, April 2, 2020, at 11:00AM, at Canfield Cemetery, Idabel, OK.

To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Jacqueline Davis. For more infoe, please click on photo link below.

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“Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted.”
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Viewing for Jackie Davis will be Wednesday 4/1/20 at Brumely Funeral Home in Broken Bow, Okla. 10:00 -5:00 come and go
4/2/20
Graveside service only at Cranfield Cemetary in Idabel, Okla. @11:00

[03/31/20]   “Do not fear [anything], for I am with you; Do not be afraid, for I am your God. I will strengthen you, be assured I will help you; I will certainly take hold of you with My righteous right hand [a hand of justice, of power, of victory, of salvation].’”
‭‭Isaiah‬ ‭41:10‬ ‭AMP‬‬

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The Vietnam War: ‘A long, costly and divisive conflict’

Remembering our Viet Nam Veterans...

pennlive.com Friday, March 29 is National Vietnam War Veterans Day.

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National Vietnam War Veterans Day 2020 | Military Benefits

Remembering our heroes...thank you for your service...
https://militarybenefits.info/national-vietnam-war-veterans-day/

militarybenefits.info National Vietnam War Veterans Day is observed on March 29 to thank and honor our nation's Vietnam veterans and their families for their service and sacrifice.

[03/30/20]   “And my God will liberally supply (fill until full) your every need according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus.”
‭‭Philippians‬ ‭4:19‬ ‭AMP‬‬

Evening Service. 6pm
Michal Tongkeamha, leading

Via Conference Call:
717-275-8940
712-832-8330
641-426-1600
605-562-0400
425-436-6260
Passcode: 599 1037 #

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DIUMC - Mar 29, 2020: Sermon - Jesus Wept

Worship Moment - Dallas Indian Mission UMC

Pastor JB Jackson

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DIUMC - Mar 31, 2019: Tribal Hymn

Rebroadcast from a year ago at Dallas Indian UMC

Apache

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DIUMC - Mar 31, 2019: Tribal Hymn

Rebroadcast from a year ago at Dallas Indian UMC

Navajo

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DIUMC - Mar 31, 2019: Tribal Hymn

Rebroadcast from a year ago at Dallas Indian UMC

Choctaw

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DIUMC - Mar 31, 2019: Praise Songs

Rebroadcast from a year ago at Dallas Indian UMC

Preston Ludlow

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DIUMC - Mar 31, 2019: Tribal Hymn

Rebroadcast from a year ago at Dallas Indian UMC

Kiowa

[03/29/20]   “Israel, the LORD who created you says, 'Do not be afraid — I will save you. I have called you by name — you are mine. When you pass through deep waters, I will be with you; your troubles will not overwhelm you. When you pass through fire, you will not be burnt; the hard trials that come will not hurt you.'”
‭‭Isaiah‬ ‭43:1-2‬ ‭GNB‬‬

Dallas Indian Mission United Methodist Church

Remembering Women's History Month with a "Woman in the Pulpit"...
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Sunday, March 11, 2012 – Part 2 of 2: Lay Speaker Henrietta Frazier delivered the message Sunday morning as DIUMC celebrated Women in the Pulpit. She spoke from John 1:1-18 explaining, "What You Believe is More Important Than Who You Are or What You Have."

[03/28/20]   “God is our shelter and strength, always ready to help in times of trouble. So we will not be afraid, even if the earth is shaken and mountains fall into the ocean depths;”
‭‭Psalms‬ ‭46:1-2‬ ‭GNB‬‬

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