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Sandy-Saulteaux Spiritual Centre is a place of spirit where both Indigenous and Christian spiritual beliefs are respected, shared and understood. From the strength of our Elder’s wisdom, SSSC fosters teachings of respect, healing, and wholeness among all peoples and with all of creation. We are a non-profit organization involved in theological and cross-cultural training.
We are located on a tranquil setting of thirty-six acres of woodland on the Brokenhead River near Beausejour. The wooded parkland offers a peaceful meeting place for groups to learn, plan and vision together.
Our facility offers rich opportunities for uninterrupted meeting time and quiet reflection. The large meeting room is filled with natural lighting, an open fireplace and a view of the woodlands. Meal times may be followed by quiet time in your room, by the river, or strolling along the walking trails.
The facility can be rented for a variety of occasions, including meetings, conferences, sharing and healing circles, retreats, gatherings, weddings, family reunions, and more.
- 21 guest rooms, 15 with single beds and 6 with double beds, to accommodate up to 27 guests in 3 lodges for overnight retreats
- Large meeting space for groups of 10-50
- Meal service/special diets respected
- Traditional Indigenous food on request
- Smoke free buildings
- Wheelchair accessible
- Alcohol free
- Traditional ceremonies may be arranged
Please visit our website or contact us at 204-268-3913 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We can provide for people of all ages to deepen your understanding of Indigenous culture and spirituality.
We work with schools, community organizations, churches and workplaces to share Indigenous knowledge and crafts, helping you better understand Indigenous history, culture and contemporary issues. Come and learn at our retreat facilities or ask us about having one of our staff come to you. We can help you learn about:
- Decolonization & Indigenization with your organization
- The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
- Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Call to Action
- History of Treaties, including Treaty One where SSSC resides
- Indigenous traditional teachings such as:
- The seven sacred teachings
- The SSSC Bundle teachings
- Medicine wheel teachings
- Various Indigenous creation stories
- Connection to land teachings
- Haudenosaunee Peacemaker story
- Indigenous ceremonies, provided by Indigenous elders and knowledge keepers, such as:
- Sweat Lodge ceremony
- SSSC Red Buffalo Pipe ceremony
- Haudenosaunee Thanksgiving Address
- Four Directions Prayers