Aboriginal Ministry

The Aboriginal Ministry is made up of a national committee (Canadian Aboriginal Ministry Committee), three Urban Aboriginal Ministries, and a Justice and Reconciliation Mobilizer, each using their strengths to support healing and reconciliation between Aboriginal peoples and non-Aboriginal people in Canada. It is rooted in a recognition of our Creator’s love for all creation and in the understanding that we all have gifts to offer one another. Read more...

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August 5: Walking the Blanket Exercise - The lesson I learned from the Blanket Exercise was humbling. I was on the Canadian Aboriginal Ministries Committee of the Christian Reformed Church participating in the Blanket Exercise for the first time with other members of the committee. Read More
July 10: Edmonton Native Healing Centre Celebrates National Aboriginal Day - Sunday, June 21, was National Aboriginal Day in Canada, a day for Canadians to celebrate the cultures and contributions of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples. One such celebration was held at Edmonton Native Healing Centre, one of three urban ministries of the Christian Reformed Church. Read More

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The CRC’s Aboriginal Ministry in Canada seeks to support healing, reconciliation and restored relationships...
The Canadian Aboriginal Ministry Committee has the specific role of educating and mobilizing...
At IFC, we want to see Healthy, Strong, Connected Families. We are creating a place for all who seek community, cultural teachings, spiritual growth and healing.
Indian Metis Christian Fellowship (IMCF) is an urban aboriginal ministry supported by the Christian Reformed Church in North America – Canada.
The purpose of the Edmonton Native Healing Centre is to develop and maintain a Native self-sustaining...
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