The Native American Comprehensive Plan shall serve as the United Methodist entity that resources, strengthens, and advocates for the local church in Native American communities/contexts for all generations.
The Native American Comprehensive Plan was first launched by the 1988 General Conference of The United Methodist Church. The Native American Comprehensive Plan enriches United Methodist Native American ministries by:
- Developing and supporting existing and new United Methodist Native American congregations ministries and fellowships.
- Developing new congregations, ministries and fellowships and enabling them to become a vital part of The United Methodist Church.
- Developing Native American Leadership for service to The United Methodist Church.
- Affirming the value and strengthen the role of traditional, cultural and spiritual contributions of Native American people for the expression of Christian faith and faith development among the membership of The United Methodist Church.