Native American storyteller and historian at St. Patrick’s, Dublin
February 8 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Native American storyteller and historian, the Rev. Fred Shaw, will be at St. Patrick’s, Dublin, on Saturday, February 8 from 4 to 6 p.m. Plan to join us for this enriching event. Light refreshments will be served. RSVP to email@example.com
The Rev. Fred Shaw retired as the senior pastor of the Oxford United Methodist Church in 2010 after serving in the West Ohio Conference for 41 years. His heritage is of the Shawnee Peckewe Sept and Raven Clan. Fred is the chair of the Native American ministerial plan of the UMC, and he also directs a national school for American Indian United Methodist pastors who maintain their cultural heritages. Fred continues to work as a storyteller, historical actor and lecturer, scriptwriter, voiceover artist, author, and photographer.
His son and he share authentic first-person historical stories through SUMAC (Stories Uniting Minds and Cultures) Enterprises. Both are noted horsemen. Fred and his wife Nancy married in 1970 and have a son, a daughter, and four grandchildren.
Many spiritual organizations, historical venues, museums, universities, the National Trust for Historical Preservation, conservation groups, and zoos have given Fred high praise. His favorite honor is from a first-grader, “I like you. You’re nice!”
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