Native American Church Of the Ghost Dancers

While we respect other post-modernist religious traditions be they Judeo-Christian, Islamic, Buddhist,
etc. we retain our human rights to practice and worship in our ancient traditions that burgeoned forth
from the “Spirit of the Land” and bring harmony and balance thereto.
We are also involved in the capacity of a religious body in special projects addressing the human rights
violations of indigenous peoples and destruction of the wild life and habitat that forms part of our
religious heritage and ideology. These projects can be viewed on the Special Projects tab above. Many of
our rites are performed in the traditional languages of Native America such as Choctaw, the language of
our titular president, Worshipful Clifton “Sintollo” Aduddell, Choctaw enrollee. We are involved in
several projects with Our Lands, Our Lives to clean Indian Country of toxic waste which we consider a
​decimation of our Earth Mother; and also we are working on projects with our Choctaw relatives Chunya
Johnson, cultural Choctaw dance and stick ball, fire pit and Language teachings.

We are thrilled to see your interest in our organization! Your willingness to research and understand our mission inspires us to continue working towards our goals. We are excited to hear about any questions you may have and eager to provide you with any further assistance you need. Thank you for taking the time to learn more about us and for being a driving force in helping us achieve our mission. Click any of the links below to learn more information about each person member of our congregation individually. Together, we can make a difference!