We have included a list of resources that you may want to use for any services recognizing NATIONAL ABORIGINAL DAY OF PRAYER 

These resources are the beginning of a list of books videos that will help your parish celebrate in the month of June…or at any time of the year.    Specifically for June the National Church and the National Aboriginal Church has a list of clickable links for June Worship services  here:  


Includes: Propers for the BAS Calendar of Memorials and Commemorations

The General Synod established the National Indigenous Day of Prayer on the 21 June in the Calendar of the Anglican Church of Canada enrolled under the heading of Other Major Feasts That Take Precedence of a Sunday as found on page 15 of the Book of Alternative Services and listed within Other Major Feasts on page 16 of the BAS.  

Honouring the Four Directions

A prayer resource based on the colours of the medicine wheel.  

A Litany for the Healing and Restoration of our Church

Resource from the Diocese of Rupert’s Land for use by the whole church for the National Indigenous Day of Prayer.  

A Liturgy for The National Indigenous Day of Prayer

Adapted from a liturgy prepared by All Saint’s Church, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA  

Ottawa Rite of Remembrance and Return

Liturgical text for the Ottawa Rite of Remembrance and Return, as delivered during the Celebration of the Holy Eucharist at Christ Church Cathedral on Oct. 20, 2016. 

For a small group, the Disciples Prayer Book provides a small service or morning midday and evening that includes a lectio divina style of bible study:   

A Disciples Prayer Book   

For something different the Anglican Prayer book of New Zealand offers Liturgies that have a distinct Indigenous ethos (Maori): 

The He Karakia Mihinare o Aotearoa