The people of the Immanuel Anglican Church - Regina recognize the rich history of this land and acknowledge that we are the beneficiaries of Treaty 4, sacred covenants of peace and friendship. It is in that spirit of friendship that we remember this land’s first inhabitants and caretakers. We acknowledge that this place in which we live, work, and worship is the traditional homelands and gathering place of the Nehiwayak (Cree), Assiniboine, Saulteaux and Métis Nations. We recognize the past mistakes that were made by the Church and the resulting intergenerational hurts and existing wounds. We seek to heal together by welcoming all peoples in the spirit of this sacred covenant recognizing the spirit of wâhkôhtowin (family relationship) that we are interconnected with Mother Earth and all of God’s creation. We humbly recognize that we are all relations and that we are all treaty people. We have deep respect for the ceremonies and traditions of Indigenous people lived out on this land for thousands of years. Truth and reconciliation remain amongst our highest priority. As long as the sun shines, the river flows and the grass grows, we will honour and respect this is Treaty Land.