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Her Majesty’s Royal Chapel of the Mohawks was the first Protestant Church in Upper Canada, and is now the oldest surviving church in Ontario. Run by Six Nations Tourism, a sub-department of Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation (SNGRDC), Mohawk Chapel is a vibrant tourism destination aimed at providing a cultural experience for all its visitors.

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Mohawk Chapel offers Curriculum based education programs to groups, schools, and visiting organizations. The Workshops are designed to work with the teachers to enhance the First Nations, Metis, and Inuit Education Policy Framework programming which reflect the goals of the Ontario Curriculum. Through hands on, interactive lessons, targeting various learning styles, students will explore the history of Six Nations of the Grand River territory.

glasswork in chapel

TOUR OF WINDOWS

village

MOHAWK VILLAGE DAYS

grave with cross

WAR OF 1812

wampum belt

WAMPUM BELTS

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GOOD MIND – PEACEMAKERS JOURNEY

TESTIMONIALS

“My tour of the Royal Chapel of the Mohawks in the fall of 2017 was wonderful, both as an historical learning experience of its history, and the story each of the beautiful stained-glass windows told the visitor. My guide for my tour was very knowledgeable, and her presentation and enthusiasm in it was evident and left me with a hope that someday I might be fortunate enough to return for another visit.  It was easy to see why this lovely historical little place of worship has played a very important role in the life of the Six Nations in the past and will continue to be so treasured by it for generations to come. A MUST for anyone visiting the Brantford area of Ontario or just passing through to take the time to visit and enjoy this lovely and friendly historical treasure.”
Robert H. (Bob) Spring.Maple Ridge, B.C.
“On October 21, 2017, 17 members of All Saints Church, Erin visited the Mohawk Chapel. We were met by Charity, an excellent interpreter, who explained the history of the Chapel, the stories behind the modern stained glass windows and the Chapel's connection to the Mohawk Institute Residential School. She led a most interesting and frank discussion about the meaning of reconciliation from the perspective of the Six Nations peoples - a very fitting and moving conclusion to our day at Woodland Cultural Centre, Kanata and the Chapel.Thank you so much!”
Elizabeth Hopkins
“I liked the chapel because we did an I spy mission for fun and I got to find the “Peace Tree”. I heard the Creation Story. We did centers and my favourite center was the fur one. I got to feel the fur and the deer hide, wolf, and fox fur were my favourites. That is why I liked my visit to the chapel.”
Cash LittleGrade 3, O.M Smith Elementary School

UPCOMING EVENTS

Tour Season Opens

May 22 @ 2:00 am - October 8 @ 2:00 am

Thanksgiving Service

September 20 @ 2:00 pm