Biennium Reconciliation Initiative

 

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The Mennonite Church in Canada have given us permission to link to their Resources webiste so that we can have access to the "Broken Promises" video and related resources. Here are the web addresses:

Video: "Broken Promises" http://resources.mennonitechurch.ca/ResourceView/48/17070?useref=0

Discussion Brochure: http://resources.mennonitechurch.ca/ResourceView/16/17071

Companion Article: http://resources.mennonitechurch.ca/ResourceView/48/17070?useref=0

"Resource link Courtesy Mennonite Church Canada"

 

 

 

 

 

Synod Assembly Feedback from Good Hearted Women Singers (Ode Kwewak N' gamowak)

 

Assembly 2012 MOTION 1.3

A response to the work of The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC) and the ELCIC’s commitment to diversity    
This motion calls for the establishment of an ad hoc committee to invite and help shepherd the congregations of the Eastern Synod. The committee's mandate is set forth in the Motion.

We Are All in This Together by Dr. Allen Jorgenson     
The first in a series of Articles prepared for the TRC ad hoc Committee for publishing in The Eastern Synod Lutheran (and Web TESL)  
Published in The Eastern Synod Lutheran – Christmas Issue, 2013

“It is about something much bigger than we thought” by Rev. Deborah Ann Taylor, Pastor, Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, Ottawa, ON     
The second in the series of Articles prepared for the TRC ad hoc Committee for publishing in The Eastern Synod Lutheran (and Web TESL)      
Published in The Eastern Synod Lutheran- Spring Issue, 2014

A Look at Ourselves by Rev. Deborah Ann Taylor, Pastor, Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, Ottawa, ON
The third in the series of Articles prepared for the TRC ad hoc Committee for publishing in The Eastern Synod Lutheran (and Web TESL)
Published in The Eastern Synod Lutheran, June 2014

How Did This Happen by Rev. Deborah Ann Taylor, Pastor, Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, Ottawa, ON
The fourth in the series of Articles prepared for the TRC ad hoc Committee for publishing in The Eastern Synod Luthera (and Web TESL) 

Paths for Peacemaking with Host Peoples (2nd Edition) by Steve Heinrichs
"Resource link Courtesy Mennonite Church Canada"
What can we do?
More than ever before, Canadians are becoming aware of their fractured relationship with host peoples.  Many are looking for ways to nurture better relationships and work for justice.  We hope this booklet will spark a conversation, helping individuals and communities craft their own walks of peace.
Find Paths for Peacemaking with Host Peoples (2nd Edition) at
http://resources.mennonitechurch.ca/Home

RECONCILIATION IS ABOUT CHANGE – SYNOD ASSEMBLY
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By Marites N. Sison on July, 02 2014



Assembly 2012 Motion 1.3 Assembly 2012 Motion 1.3
We Are All In This Together We Are All In This Together
"It is about something much bigger than we thought" "It is about something much bigger than we thought"
A Look at Ourselves A Look at Ourselves
How Could This Happen How Could This Happen
Biennium Reconciliation Initiative Document Biennium Reconciliation Initiative Document
Synod Assembly Feedback from Good Hearted Women Singers (Mino Ode Kwewak N’gamowak) Synod Assembly Feedback from Good Hearted Women Singers (Mino Ode Kwewak N’gamowak)
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