THE CENTRE FOR INDIAN SCHOLARS
AN INDIGENOUS RELIGIOUS CENTRE
CENTRE FOR INDIAN SCHOLARS
6000 Iona Drive, Vancouver, BC
UPDATE - JANUARY 20, 2014
"Strengthening our Relationship with the Great Spirit"
2014 Indigenous Interreligious Conference
Monday, June 23 to Thursday, June 26, 2014 at Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians
On June 23-26, 2014, the Centre For Indian Scholars (CIS) will be convening the 2014 Indigenous Interreligious Conference (IIC) at the heart of Turtle Island, Bowiting or Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario /Michigan. The CIS Board has established the Great Lakes Bowiting Committee to organize this special conference which is a continuation of the 70s Indian Ecumenical Conference held in Morley, Alberta. Your support and donations are important.
To hold a gathering of invited Indigenous spiritual people and for them to share who they are, their concerns about the past, present and visions for the future.
The 2014 IIC will be held for 4 Days. 1st Day East - Youth; 2nd Day South - Women; 3rd Day West - Medicines; 4 th Day North - Elders We will sit in council each day and begin with an Indigenous ceremony.
Canada CIS has a federal charitable number. You can mail a cheque to the Centre For Indian Scholars, 6000 Iona Drive, Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1L4 OR donate through our Canada Helps Donate button.
Unites States Donation cheques can be mailed to St. Isaac Jogues Church (Tax # 381390524), 1529 Marquette Ave., Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan 49783.
Rick Lightning, President; John Hascall, Chair: Great Lakes Bowiting Committee, email@example.comOR Cell, 906-630-8112; Carol Nadjiwon, firstname.lastname@example.org OR 705-575-8523.
Board of Centre For Indian Scholars
Rick Lightning, Cree, President; Moses McKay, Nisga’a, Vice-President; John Hascall, Chippewa, Secretary; Jim White, Heiltsuk; Gabrielle, Mackenzie-Scott, Tlicho ; Felipé Molina, Yoeme/Yaqui; Carol Nadjiwon, Odawa
We reafirmed our Relationship with the Great Spirit at the
2013 INDIAN ECUMENICAL CONFERENCE (IEC)
Monday, July 22 to Thursday, July 25, 2013 at the Ermineskin First Nation. We will publish a report here .
WELCOME to our indigenous,
religious and educational Centre created by the Indian Ecumenical
Conference (IEC). The IEC
brought together First Nations religious leaders from across this North American
Island in the early seventies. They authorized the creation of the Centre
in 1972. It is designed to develop Native reflection and scholarship by North
American First Nations peoples about their aboriginal, religious, cultural and
social heritage. It was incorporated as the
Centre for Indian Scholars.
You can explore some of the work we have accomplished through FOUR Robert K.
Thomas symposiums. Bob was one of the founders of the IEC and the Centre,
an anthropologist and university professor and a
world renowned Cherokee religious practitioner and thinker. Our last symposium
explored traditional wisdom and law. Check out the videos of this by
We hope you enjoy exploring this site and please contact us if you have any questions. The Centre receives no core funding from government but is dependent on the generosity of its donors. Please consider making a donation.
THE CENTRE HAS TAX DEDUCTIBLE STATUS AS A CHARITABLE INSTITUTION.
INDIVIDUALS OR CORPORATIONS WHO WISH TO MAKE DONATIONS TO THE CENTRE MAY
ALSO SEND THEIR
CONTRIBUTION TO THE SECRETARY/TREASURER, THE CENTRE
FOR INDIAN SCHOLARS, 6000 IONA DRIVE, VANCOUVER, BC,
V6T 1L4. CHEQUES SHOULD BE MADE OUT TO THE CENTRE FOR INDIAN SCHOLARS.
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