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We would love your assistance in making sure that everyone hears about the opportunity to participate in Hearts Exchanged this fall (2023). Here are some graphics and text you can use.  Please feel free to contact us [email protected] if additional materials would be helpful.  More stories and frequently asked questions are online at


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    • Text: Hearts Exchanged is a process designed to equip Reformed Christians to engage with Indigenous people as neighbours. The @CRCCanadianIndigenousMinistry is now recruiting participants from across Canada. Find out more information on this process and let them know you are interested in participating on our website:

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  • Hearts Exchanged is a learning opportunity open to anyone who will come with minds and hearts open to transformation as we wrestle with the challenges and opportunities of reconciliation in our personal lives, local communities, and our CRC churches and institutions.  Have questions about this program chat with [YOUR NAME].  
  • Need a printed handout?  You can print this bulletin insert and share!  Or contact us for printed copies [email protected].


  • Do you want to grow in your reconciliation journey in a robust and appreciative way?  Hearts Exchanged is now recruiting participants from across Canada to join other Reformed Christians in this learning and action journey. Learn more in this quick five minute video.  
  • Is your church interested in participating in Hearts Exchanged together?  Consider the extra opportunities available through Thriving Practices.  
  • Or share a story of someone's journey through Hearts Exchanged
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