Dallas Pelly

Indigenous Education Coordinator

Workshop: Reconciliation and the church: Fostering healthy relationships with Indigenous youth

What does the word reconciliation mean in our Canadian church context? This session will explore the issue of how to better engage with our Indigenous neighbours, especially youth.  Dallas is an Indigenous man who hopes to invite others into a thoughtful dialogue on his own journey of reconciliation in a way that honours the complex history of the relationship between Indigenous people and the church.


Dallas is an Indigenous educator, community builder, and social innovator. His greatest goal in life is to be a role model for Indigenous youth and to help bring the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in Canada. In his spare time, Dallas love biking, swimming, jogging, long boarding, and going for long walks and wrestling with his 2 year old son, Oaklen Musqua. Dallas and his family currently reside on Treaty 6 territory in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan and are members of Forest Grove Community Church.