The purpose of the Tribal Ministry Conference is to call together Native Christian leaders, their people, and all those who have a passion for indigenous ministry. We come together  recognizing our diversity in church traditions yet united in prayer, seeking God’s guidance for a greater gospel impact among tribal communities in the Pacific Northwest. As we walk in the footsteps of Jesus, who commanded us to make disciples of all nations, we hope that this conference will ignite a disciple-making movement among First Nations believers, empowering them to impact the nations with Christ.

Make plans now to join us Friday and Saturday, April 12 & 13 at the First Presbyterian Church in Tacoma, Washington.  You will hear from two special speakers/teachers Huron Claus, President of CHIEF Inc. and Vincent Yellow Old Woman, former Chief of the Siksika Nation in British Columbia, Canada. Huron Claus will be sharing of the history of the Native Christian Church from the 1600’s to today and the need for a discipleship mentoring movement among our First Nations church. Vincent will be speaking on Reconciliation and the Residential School experiences.

Come gather with us as we share stories over meals, listen to speakers, enjoy special music from Living Stone, and participate in engaging seminars.


Friday, April 12 – 2:00 pm to 8:30 pm

Saturday, April 13 – 8:30 am – 7:30 pm

First Presbyterian Church 102 Tacoma Ave S. Tacoma, Washington 98402


$60.00/person which includes 3 meals: Friday Dinner, Saturday Lunch and Dinner.


Register online :

Or download, print out and mail the attached form with payment.  Download Form

Walk-ins are welcomed.


Taylor Lee (253) 314-2575