4th Ancestral Healing Walk
Rev. Grove was invited by Paul Stover Soderman, descendant of then Ft. Laramie General William Harney, to again accompany him and the Little Thunder family, whose ancestors were killed at Blue Water Creek, NE, as we gathered for their 4th Ancestral Healing Walk April 14-29, 2018. This walk was 270 miles, from Chief Little Thunder’s grave near Rosebud, SD to Ft. Laramie, WY to coincide with the 150th anniversary of the 1868 signing of the Ft. Laramie Treaty. The Oceti Sakowin ( Seven Council Fires ) gathered at Fort Laramie, Wyoming for this anniversary April 29, 2018, to honor and remember the signing of the 1868 treaty. .
Your support of prayer for healing is greatly appreciated. In addition, financial contributions helped cover the costs of food, lodging and incidentals for those of us participating in the 270 mile walk.
HeartSpace continues to support the Ancestral Healing work of Indigenous people through upcoming education and participation. Your continued support is always welcome. As a 501(c)(3), your donation is fully tax deductible.
You can learn more about the Fort Laramie walk here, and view a map here., and make a financial contribution here.
Flipping Cancer is a performance installation, created by Marie Garlock, in story, dance/movement, and visual landscapes created from interviews with people who face advanced cancers as patients, caregivers, and healthcare providers. HeartSpace has been supporting Marie and this important work for 6+ years.
Performances have been warmly received at UNC School of Medicine, NC Clinical Pastoral Education Conference, Levine Cancer Institute Charlotte, and NC Oncology 10th Annual Coping with Cancer Conference at UNC.
Learn more here and here.