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Our mission is to celebrate the power of reconnecting to nature and the divine within, as a platform for healing, transformation, and living a life of purpose. 

Circle of Sacred Church was founded 13 years ago. We are a diverse community of individuals from all walks of life and backgrounds. We are ministers, doctors, lawyers, therapists, artists, writers, psychologists, teachers, healers, mystics, athletes, mothers, fathers, grandmothers, grandfathers, and children of all ages. We have grown as a community through births, deaths, marriages, divorces, and transitions of all kinds. Part of our prayer practice is about honoring cycles and making peace with change and evolution in all its forms. 


Our ceremonial spiritual practice offers an opportunity to reflect on one's individual life in deep ways, though the spirit that guides our work is one of community and a deep understanding that although we're all here having our individual experience, we all enormously benefit from the warmth and reflection that only a community can offer. There is a felt sense of this at our gatherings and this fire grows stronger every time. 


Statement of Beliefs

1. Nature is the divine source of all life and our connection to her is sacred.

2. The body is a holy vessel for divine spirit. 

3. Through honoring our interdependence with all of life's elements, we commune with the divine. 

4. A harmonious life is achieved through compassion, service, and fostering balance with all relations.


Circle of Sacred Nature is a 501 c3 multi-faith church based on the spiritual healing tradition and ceremonial practices of the Kamëntšá tradition of Sibundoy, Putumayo. Our Ministry is led by women apprentices of Taita Juan Bautista Agreda Chindoy, a recognized tribal leader, traditional healer, lineage holder, and current Governor of the Kamëntšá people. 

Indigenous Reciprocity

We are committed to engaging in indigenous reciprocity.  As an organization we support the roots of where our founding lineage originates. Our fundraising goes toward scholarships to increase access to our programs, and toward indigenous-led initiatives for community resiliency in Sibundoy, Putumayo. 

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