Skokomish Memorial Sunday

The Skokomish Tribe, having lived in this area for countless generations, has a proud tradition of honoring its elders as well as a passion for culinary correctness in preparing seafood, especially the protocols involved in offering it for ceremonial purposes. Shrimp, salmon, and other bounty from the Hood Canal or its tributaries are serious elements of the very core of Skokomish Tribal/cultural identity–the backbone and soul of the tribe and its people.

A Nez Perce man, descendant of Chief Joseph, attended morning services

Near the 150 year old cemetery located at the intersection of Hwys 101 & 106 stands the Skokomish Assembly Of God Church with its small, friendly congregation of Christian worshipers whose simple faith guides their lives and beliefs. The epitaphs and heartfelt testimonies borne during the Sunday morning service shed light on the tight knit bonds within this tiny rural community.

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