Join Indigenous Christian leaders from across Canada for two days of training and discussion meant for Indigenous and Non-Indigenous people together. What does it mean to be both Indigenous and Christian? What could it look like to serve and minister to and with Indigenous people? What steps can the church take to further reconciliation?
- Youth For Christ, First Baptist, and other local churches are working together to bring about this major event.
- November 2, 8:30 am to 8:30 pm, and November 3, 9:00 am to 7:30 pm
- at Living Hope Alliance church, 3900 Arcola Ave East
- $75 General Admission, includes admission and four meals.
- Visit the event website for information regarding objectives, registration, schedule, presenters.
“For where two or three gather in my name, there am I with them.” – Matthew 18:20
Resources to Prepare Yourself
- Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRCC)
- YouTube reading of T&R report
- Highlights of Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Recommendations on Residential Schools (The Star)
- Read the 94 Calls to Action Here (APTN National News)
- Treaties, Reconciliation and Indigenous History in Canada (CBC)
- CBM Mosaic – From Recognition to Reconciliation, subscribe here
- MC Canada Provides Resource on Indigenous-Settler Reconciliation (Canadian Mennonite)
- Literacy to Support Truth and Reconciliation
- Reconciliation Canada
- Downloadable Publications
- Slide Show (don’t hit the “download” button!!)
- A collection of resources to support and incorporate Indigenous Education into the curriculum
- 11″ x 17″ Posters: Charting a Path for (re)Conciliation; Cheryl Bear Evening of Story and Song
- Atamiskākēwak Gathering 2018 — Putting the TRCC 94 Calls to Action into Action.
- Previous Steps towards reconciliation at First Baptist Church