What is National Indigenous Peoples Day?
The date of June 21 was chosen to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day because it corresponds to the summer solstice, the longest day of the year, and a time of year that many Indigenous groups have traditionally celebrated their culture and heritage.
Bob Baker (Squamish Ancestral name is S7aplek, Hawaiian name is Lanakila) and other members of the Coast Salish People will welcome us to their territory, and we will celebrate together in the beautiful gardens surrounding the Synod Office.
Please come and share a relaxing summer afternoon of music and dance, good food and good conversation!
ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND.
Jerry Adams, Aboriginal Justice Coordinator
· firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 604.684.6306 local 218
Mon to Fri 9AM - 4PM
Open for phone calls and emails. Closed to visitors March 18 - May3
Growing communities of faith in Jesus Christ to serve God's mission in the world.
The Anglican Church in the Sunshine Coast, Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley consisting of 66 parishes and 3 worshipping communities on the ancestral lands of the Coast Salish First Nations