This self-guided book club is perfect for your existing small group or gathering. Based on Thomas King's The Inconvenient Indian we provide discussion questions and speakers via video to guide your group.
CRC Canadian Indigenous Ministry Committee
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 Indigenous 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.
We work 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.
The beautiful art from "The Creator's Gift" art series is now available as a colouring book!
From Indigenous columnist Richard Silversmith. "As in the Jewish exile to Babylon, the Indigenous experience, ‘diaspora,’ carries a sense of betrayal, of broken treaties, loss of lands and culture."
Hearts Exchanged is a learning and action journey designed to equip Reformed Christians to engage with Indigenous people as neighbours and fellow image bearers.
Contemplate the art series "The Creator's Sacrifice" alongside scripture, prayer, and meditation throughout Holy Week.
In this devotional, Harold Roscher calls us to reflect on the question: Who is my neighbour?
Justice and Reconciliation Mobilizer Shannon Perez’s has provided her Top 5 kids reads on Indigenous justice.
Are you talking about Indigenous justice with kids at church or at home? Here are a few ideas to get you started!
Justice and Reconciliation Mobilizer Shannon Perez’s has provided her Top 5 thought provoking reads on Indigenous justice.