Wiconi Family Camp and Living Waters Powwow is an annual three-day gathering where participants experience how to live out their faith as followers of Jesus in an Indigenous context.
In a warm and welcoming environment within the traditions of Native American and First Nations Peoples, attendees gather every July to build and pray in sweat lodges, take part in a Drum Circle, craft drums and beadwork, share in talking circles, and worship Jesus through Native music and dance.
We meet in Turner, Oregon at Aldersgate Retreat Center which offers inner tubing, walking trails, a rock-climbing wall, water slide, carpet ball, campfire pit, tree swing, and so much more.
On Saturday, Wiconi’s non-competitive, traditional Living Waters Powwow is a celebration filled with dancing, drumming, singing, food, crafts, and the company of hundreds of guests, both first-timers and those who return year after year to dance their prayers.
We welcome you to join us!