Annual Report 2018

Reconciliation Animator Melanie Delva addresses graduates at Montreal Dio’s annual Choral Evensong and Convocation. Photo Montreal Diocesan Theological College
Reconciliation Animator Melanie Delva addresses graduates at Montreal Dio’s annual Choral Evensong and Convocation. Photo Montreal Diocesan Theological College

Healing in Indigenous communities and reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people and communities have emerged as priorities across the Anglican Church of Canada, in parishes large and small, rural, urban, and remote. 

The Anglican Healing Fund, with its coordinator, Martha Many Grey Horses, and the ministry of General Synod’s Reconciliation Animator, Melanie Delva, are two key vehicles by which the General Synod supports these priorities in the life of the church and the life of the world. 

The 94 “Calls to Action” of Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and the 46 articles of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples are key commitments, not just in principle, but also in action, across our church. Generous donors like you help support the General Synod in supporting reconciliation and healing across this land.

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