Native Expressions of Indigenous Spirituality

San Gabriel, CA (& Online)
Oct. 8 @ 9 a.m. PT
Event Title
Native Expressions of Indigenous Spirituality
When does it start?
10/08/2022 @ 9 a.m. PT
When does it end?
10/08/2022 @ 4 p.m. ET
Event Host and/or Location
Stillpoint – The Center for Christian Spirituality
What kind of event is it?
Event Details

Native Expressions of Indigenous Spirituality

Led by Rev. Dr. Casey Church

October 8, 2022
9:00am – 4:00pm PT

This retreat will be held in-person with livestream available for online participants, and offer a recording that will be sent following the retreat.

Stillpoint welcomes everyone back in-person for the first retreat of our 2022-23 retreat calendar year! We look forward to reuniting in-person after a 2+ year pandemic and summer break.

Church of Our Saviour (In-Person location)
535 W Roses Road
San Gabriel, CA, 91775


Online via Zoom
This retreat will be available to online participants through livestream.

This retreat will focus on Native expression of spirituality from Dr. Church’s Potawatomi traditions as an Indigenous pastor and professor. Included in the retreat day will be participation in incense burning in the native way, the making of the medicine wheel and dreamcatcher, participation in a pipe ceremony, making of prayer ties in the native way, talking circle introduction and other indigenous expressions used by Dr. Church as his spiritual practices.

About the Presenter:

Rev. Dr. Casey Church is a tribal member of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians. He is an Indigenous Missiologist, Church Planter and Pastor at Good Medicine Way in Albuquerque, NM. Casey is the author of “Holy Smoke: The Contextual Use of Native American Ritual and Ceremony”. Dr. Church received his Doctor of Missiology degree from Fuller Theological Seminary. Casey and his wife Lora (Navajo) reside in Albuquerque where they have raised their five children.

Learn more about Dr. Casey Church and his journey here:

Contact name
April Hunt