Zuni Salt Lake has been central to spiritual practices of pueblo peoples for some 1,500 years. Pray for this, and other sacred sites during National Sacred Places Prayer Day on June 19.

National Sacred Places Prayer Day Coming Up

On June 19, The Morning Star Institute, a national Native rights organization, will hold a respectful observance to honor sacred places, sacred beings, and all who care for them, and protect them from harm.

The National Sacred Places Prayer Day gathering will be held on the U.S. Capitol Grounds in the west front grassy area at 8:30 a.m., and be in the form of a talking circle. The public is welcome to attend, and all are welcome to share words, songs, or a moment of silence for all sacred places, especially those being desecrated now.

Read below for some information on sacred sites currently in danger, and in the news:

RELATED: Take Oak Flat to a Higher Court: Why US & Canada Fear Human Rights Courts

RELATED: Havasupai Tribe and Allies Fight to Stop Uranium Mining Near Grand Canyon

RELATED: NCAI, Tribal Nations, Pearl Jam and Help Blackfeet Protect Sacred Badger-Two Medicine Site

RELATED: 4 Ways to Show Your Support for Mauna Kea

RELATED: Navajo Nation Reaches Out to IACHR in San Francisco Peaks Battle

RELATED: Sacred Blindness II: The Indigenous Eight

Prayers will be offered for the following sacred places, among others:

Antelope Hills. Apache Leap. Badger Two Medicine. Badlands. Bear Butte. Bear Lake. Bear Medicine Lodge. Black Hills. Black Mesa. Blue Lake. Boboquivari Mountain. Bunchgrass Mountain. Cave Rock. Chief Cliff. Coastal Chumash Sacred Lands in the Gaviota Coast. Cocopah Burial and Ceremonial Grounds. Coldwater Springs. Colorado River. Columbia River. Deer Medicine Rocks. Dzil Nchaa Si An (Mount Graham). Eagle Rock. Everglades.

Fajada Butte. Ganondagan. Great Mound (Mound Bottom). Gulf of Mexico. Haleakala Crater. Hatchet Mountain. Hickory Ground. Holy Mountain. Hualapai Nation landforms in Truxton and Crozier Canyons. Indian Pass. Kaho’olawe. Kasha-Katuwe. Katuktu. Kituwah. Klamath River. Kumeyaay Bands Burial and Ceremonial Grounds. Lake Superior. Luiseno Ancestral Origin Landscape. Mauna Kea. Maze. Medicine Bluff. Medicine Hole. Medicine Lake Highlands. Medicine Wheels. Migi zii wa sin (Eagle Rock).Mokuhinia. Moku’ula. Mount Shasta. Mount Taylor. Mount Tenabo. Nine Mile Canyon.

Ocmulgee Old Fields and National Monument. Onondaga Lake. Palo Duro Canyon. Petroglyphs National Monument. Pipestone National Monument. Puget Sound. Puvungna. Pyramid Lake Stone Mother. Quechan Burial and Ceremonial Grounds. Rainbow Bridge. Rattlesnake Island. Rio Grande River. San Francisco Peaks. Serpent Mound. Snoqualmie Falls. South Mountain. Sweetgrass Hills. Sutter Buttes. Tse Whit Zen Village. Tsi-litch Semiahmah Village. Tus Us.

Valley of Chiefs. Valmont Butte. Wakarusa Wetlands. Walking Woman Place. Woodruff Butte. Wolf River. Yucca Mountain. Zuni Salt Lake. Sacred places of all removed Native Nations. All Massacre Sites. All Waters and Wetlands.


Comments are closed.

Credit Card Identification Number

This number is recorded as an additional security precaution.


American Express

4 digit, non-embossed number printed above your account number on the front of your card.


3-digit, non-embossed number printed on the signature panel on the of the card immediately following the card account number.


3-digit, non-embossed number printed on the signature panel on the back of the card.

Enter Your Log In Credentials

Send this to a friend

I thought you might find this interesting:
National Sacred Places Prayer Day Coming Up