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Moving Forward Together

As work on the building restoration is now complete, we are ramping up the work on our new interpretive walk. The Society and individual Elders and members of the Stoney Nakoda Nation are working in partnership to create a compelling and meaningful narrative that will engage, challenge, and inspire. Told from an Indigenous perspective, visitors will explore the site and understand the Stoney Nakoda’s strong connection to ancient landscapes, language, and culture. Visitors will also discover that the church was part of a larger community called Morleyville and echoes of this settlement remain at the site. With Alberta’s stunning foothills and Rocky Mountains serving as a powerful backdrop, visitors will enjoy unspoiled vistas while connecting to Alberta’s rich natural and cultural heritage.

 

Please check our website and Facebook page regularly for updates. With your help, our collective history can continue to be told.