• Welcome to Tatamagouche Centre

    Welcome to Tatamagouche Centre

    For over 60 years Tatamagouche Centre has been a meeting place for those who deeply care about spirituality, leadership, and social justice.

  • Tatamagouche Centre Programs

    Tatamagouche Centre Programs

    We offer over 10 programs every year. Our programs follow a thematic approach, covering such areas as congregational life, spirituality, community growth and development, transformational learning, social justice, youth and family, and retreats.

  • Meeting Services

    Meeting Services

    A refreshing new experience awaits you at Tatamagouche Centre. Whether it’s a day long meeting, a multi-day conference, or a special celebration with family and friends, Tatamagouche Centre offers you a unique and cost effective gathering place.

  • Our Facilities

    Our Facilities

    At the heart of this rolling acreage, nestled between river and shore, Tatamagouche Centre has been offering a space for spiritual renewal and transformation for over 60 years. Our facilities are excellent for networking and team building.

Latest posts

Solidarity with With Wolastoq Elders and Activists

November 4, 2021 Dear Premier Higgs, Minister Fleming,  There is nothing honourable, just or safe in your recent ban of the words unsurrendered and unceded with respect to land acknowledgements in New Brunswick.  Land acknowledgements excluding these words are not only inappropriate and inaccurate, they are harmful. We stand with Ron Tremblay, the Wolastoq Grand Chief Morningstar...

Love and healing prayers

Please send love, healing energies and prayers to Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc and Sipekne’katik First Nations communities We are reaching out to our community to ask for your love, healing energies, prayers and meditations at this time for Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation and Indigenous communities and their 215 children uncovered in a mass grave...

Happy to be open again!

The Atlantic Bubble is currently closed until May 2nd. We are still pleased to open for small onsite learning programs, hosted gatherings, retreats, and AirBnB.  For the latest Nova Scotia Covid019 guidelines click here. For Tata Centre’s Covid-19 protocols click here. We look forward to seeing you onsite soon!

Winter reduced hours at Tatamagouche Centre

Tatamagouche Centre staff members are working reduced hours January to March, and the Centre is closed to programs. Self-hosted lodging is still available. We are working on anti-black racism training for board and staff, our green retrofitting, providing food boxes and digital supports to Elders and seniors,  as well as financial audit and budgeting....

Decolonizing – An Alphabet (Call for Submissions)

“A” for Anti-Oppression It’s about respect It’s about history How the Treaties supersede the Canadian flag They’re about peace and friendship, nation to nation right relation, our sacred responsibility on this unceded land Black Lives Matters and we’re proud All lives have not mattered not had the same rights and freedoms So we lift...

What More should We be Doing?

We’re so saddened and appalled by the recent violence against M’ikmaw fishers. Tatamagouche Centre stand in solidarity with Mi’kmaq Treaty rights to a Moderate Livelihood. What makes us turn to violence, racism? What allows us to work through conflict in a way that undoes some of the knots, reduce harm? What work do we...

Tatamagouche Centre COVID-19 protocols

Tatamagouche Centre is open to small gatherings and programs beginning August 2020. Until then, the Centre is closed to the public. We have established the following protocols to ensure the health and safety of our staff and all visiting participants and guests. We extend a warm welcome to everyone in the Atlantic bubble only....

Our commitments to Racial Justice and Listening

Our commitments to racial justice honour the lives of Ejaz Choudry, Chantel Moore, Rodney Levi, Juan López Chaparro, the many who have been unspeakably murdered these past months and long before. We’re reeling from the Black, Indigenous and Brown lives under assault from police & RCMP brutality, systemic neglect and violence long real but laid bare....