Consisting of 175 member congregations and 50,000 baptized members. Eastern Synod is made up of seventeen Ministry Areas from Sault Ste. Marie Ontario to Halifax Nova Scotia
September 30, 2022 marks the second annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. On this day, we honour the lost children and the Survivors of residential schools, their families and communities. We are called to listen, to learn and to reflect on how we can be active participants in the work of reconciliation. The Eastern Synod Circle for Reconciliation and Justice has prepared an updated list of resources and events taking place the week leading up to and including September 30th.
One year after Eastern Synod Assembly 2021, Rev Christie Morrow-Wolfe and Rev Adam Snook sit down for a follow-up conversation with Jeff Chu. In 2021 we gathered under the theme “Do A New Thing”. What new things have we done? What dreams do we have for the future? Where is God leading God’s church?
This event is supported by the Bishops' Company for Mission.
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Is God calling you to 'Do A New Thing'? Have you been dreaming about new ways to build relationships, address challenges, strengthen partnerships and further the mission of God's church? Once again, the Eastern Synod Mission Committee is inviting funding proposals from creative mission and ministry initiatives - funded through the Church Extension and Capital Fund of the ELCIC.
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