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CIC National Capital (Ottawa): Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples within the Anglican Church of Canada (online event)
April 7, 2021 @ 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm EDTFree
Join the CIC National Capital Branch for a conversation with Archbishop Mark L. MacDonald and Judith Moses, Chair of the Jubilee Commission, moderated by Dr. Jay Koyle, Executive Archdeacon, Diocese of Algoma.
“For more than three decades, the Anglican Church of Canada has been on a journey of listening, truth-telling, repentance and healing with Indigenous Peoples, both within and outside the church” – Anglican Church, Reconciliation Toolkit.
Prosperity, security, health, and human dignity of our communities is interdependent to what happens within and outside of Canada – on the land known, from times immemorial, to Indigenous peoples as Turtle Island. The CIC National Capital Branch graciously welcomes special guest speakers Archbishop Mark MacDonald and Judith Moses, Chair of the Anglican Church Jubilee Commission for a discussion, to be moderated by Archdeacon Dr. Jay Koyle, on the Anglican Church’s truth and reconciliation journey, the creation of Indigenous Ministries and the Jubilee Commission – mandated to prepare a “just, sustainable and equitable funding base for the self-determining Indigenous Anglican church” and its Ministries.
The Most Rev. Mark L. MacDonald, National Anglican Indigenous Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Canada
Judith Moses, Chair of the Jubilee Commission and Deputy Prolocutor (Lay) of the Anglican Church of Canada
The Ven. Dr. Jay Koyle, Executive Archdeacon for the Diocese of Algoma of the Anglican Church of Canada in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
Elizabeth Kingston, President of the CIC National Capital Branch
For a good backgrounder to this event’s discussion, check out the film, “Doctrine of Discovery: Stolen Lands, Strong Hearts” which can be viewed online at: https://www.anglican.ca/primate/tfc/drj/doctrineofdiscovery/