CRC Canadian Aboriginal Ministry Committee

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Known affectionately as “cam-c”, we’re a CRC committee that cares deeply about the relationships between indigenous peoples and non-indigenous Canadians. You may have seen the art tour that we organized (reForming Relationships) or experienced the KAIROS Blanket Exercise, one of our favourite tools for reconciliation. We provide lay leadership to the CRC on Indigenous issues in Canada.

The Canadian Aboriginal Ministry Committee has the specific role of educating and mobilizing CRC members and congregations to live in reconciled relationships as covenant (treaty) people before our Creator with focus on reconciling the relationship between Indigenous people and non-indigenous people in Canada.

 

The Canadian Aboriginal Ministry Committee works to raise awareness of the shared history and of the present lived reality of Indigenous people in Canada. In doing so, relationships are built and justice is sought out by advocacy or raising more awareness.

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The Gospel Comes to North America

This thought-provoking article by National Indigenous Anglican Bishop Mark MacDonald is a call for contextualization of the gospel in North America and offers seven touchstones for this gospel contextualization.

Ministry in Canada