The Singing Stone, Fuego Sagrado de Itzachilatlan of Colorado corp, Native American Church is a Colorado nonprofit. We are a Place of worship and spiritual healing and are dedicated to preserving Indigenous American Spiritual Ceremonies and Culture. As a Charitable Church we do not charge for services. Everything that we do is done for the improvement of the quality of life and spiritual well being of all who are willing to embrace the Ancient Aboriginal Culture of The Americas. We do this through the support of Spiritual Leaders and Traditional Ceremonies.
We are organized exclusively for spiritual purposes. By providing services to the public as a Sacred Community, we hope to help all those who may be interested in experiencing and learning about the Spiritual Lineages and philosophies of this continent. To do this, it is vital that we uphold the historic integrity of these traditions. It has become increasingly important to ensure that these traditions are not abused and exploited by those who wish to benefit from the sale and abuse of Sacred American Customs.
la piedra que canta, es una organización espiritual dedicada a la preservación de la cultura indígena americana espiritual. Todo lo que hacemos está hecho para la mejora de la calidad de vida y el bienestar espiritual de todos los que están dispuestos a abrazar la antigua cultura de los aborígenes de las Américas. La piedra que canta no pone un precio a las ceremonias. estamos dedicados a preservar la integridad de estas antiguas tradiciones. Para ello, es vital que defendemos la integridad histórica de estas tradiciones. Se ha vuelto cada vez más importante asegurarse de que estas tradiciones no son abusados y aprovechadas por aquellos que desean beneficiarse de la venta de las costumbres sagradas.
We are located at 1074 Lariat Trail, Crestone CO.
Please help us in our efforts to restore the Dignity of this Sacred Continent by securing a firm Foundation For the Generations to come. Help us serve the public in a way that can not only remind us of our Ancient American past, but also let us all take part in it. Donate to The Singing Stone.
We serve the public as a Church and Community, helping others with their spiritual expression and well being. We are involved in keeping the integrity of spirituality. All too often these ceremonies fall into the hands of those who change them for their own means. Exorbitant prices and misrepresented ceremonies have reached epidemic proportions.
Help us now and know that these precious American Traditions will stand strong and be supported in a time where Industrialization and domestication threaten them to Extinction. Help us to reform the misuse and distortion of these practices through education and by example. Help keep Native spirituality free from price tags and exploitation. We want the ethics of these ways to survive along with the ceremonies themselves. Donate to preserve the Integrity of Indigenous spiritual Traditions of this Continent for the Generations to come!
Aho, Mitakuye Oyasin!
If you are interested in learning about Aboriginal American philosophy, or would like to be involved, or if you simply want to experience Indigenous American Ceremony contact us.
Our email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Check our Calendar for events, Services and classes for the best time to visit. As a Non-Profit Charity we do not charge for services.
Also, see our Location page. The Singing Stone may be coming to your area, so check with us about upcoming events.
Click to hear the songs Haga clic para escuchar las canciones
We are an Inter-tribal Native American Church representing many different walks of life. Located at the base of the Sacred White Shell Mountains (Sangre de Cristo) in the valley of no bloodshed (San Luis Valley) in Crestone, Colorado, we are lucky to share this Pre-hispanic spiritual lineage in such a Traditionally magical setting. We are not affiliated with any political organization or government. As an ancient denomination of Aboriginal American Spiritual practice, we reserve the right to practice our Religion with the freedom granted to us by the United States Constitution as well as The United Nations declaration of human rights. We are sovereign from all other Indigenous Spiritual groups and individuals in the same way that the Protestant church has independence from Catholicism. We are committed to serve the public without discriminating against race, color, religion, or sexual orientation. We refuse to support any group or individual that intends on regulating or restricting the free flowing power of Divinity! The Singing Stone has alliances with The sites listed below, however, none of these groups represent us or our way of doing things. As upholders of traditional preservation, we stay as close to aboriginal doctrine and spiritual integrity as is possible. We are active in the reform of cult behavior and leaders who have distorted indigenous teachings for their own gains.
If you are a linage holder of any Indigenous American spiritual path, and you can prove it, we can help promote and protect those traditions with you!
Click the links below to see some of our other locations and a few of our alliances.
As a Church we have the following attributes:
- Legal existence.
- Officially recognized creed and form of worship.
- Distinct ecclesiastical government.
- Code of doctrine and discipline.
- Distinct religious history.
- Organization of ordained ministers.
- Ordained ministers serving after completing a required course of study.
- Distinct Literature of its own.
- Membership not associated with any other church or denomination.
- Established places of worship.
- Regular congregations.
- Regular religious services.
- Schools for ministerial preparation.
- Schools and training for the youth.