by Nancy Crosby
November is Native American Heritage month. The Pacific Union is home to more than 1.2 million Native Americans. Much of the Navajo Nation lies within the Pacific Union.
One of the highlights of the year is the Native American camp meeting. Nevada-Utah Conference held the annual Native Camp Meeting from September 6 to 8 in Southern Utah. The weather was beautiful for the event.
Dr. Winston Craig was the guest speaker for the camp meeting. Craig spoke on nutrition and diabetes prevention. On Sunday, volunteers prepared a delicious meal of Navajo tacos for lunch.
“Many people enjoyed the fellowship and time at camp meeting,” said Pastor James Crosby of Kayenta. “Everyone pitched in to make the camp meeting happen. Local community people even came to help set up the tent and attended some of the meetings.”
Top of page: Three Navajo church members stand together for a photo at the annual Native American camp meeting hosted by the Nevada-Utah Conference.
Church member Betty Greyeyes makes Navajo fry bread for attendees of the Native American camp meeting hosted in Southern Utah.
All photos by Thomas Lloyd