Annual Report 2018

Participants gather for the opening ceremony of the Ninth Indigenous Anglican Sacred Circle, August 2018. Photo: Anglican Video
Participants gather for the opening ceremony of the Ninth Indigenous Anglican Sacred Circle, August 2018. Photo: Anglican Video

Many years ago, Indigenous elders envisioned a truly self-determining church within the Anglican Church of Canada. Over the years since then, such a church has begun to take shape. One important part of the emerging church is the meeting of the Sacred Circle, held every three years. Sacred Circle gathers Indigenous Anglican leaders from across the land for a time of spiritual renewal and deliberation on important matters, and offers a national forum for the National Indigenous Anglican Bishop and the Anglican Council of Indigenous Peoples.  

National Indigenous Anglican Bishop Mark MacDonald describes self-determination as a spiritual response to a spiritual crisis. Generous donors like you play an important part in that response. As we develop a secure financial base for a self-determining Indigenous church, your generosity will continue to be a key part of your church’s support for the inherent right of Indigenous peoples to make choices for and by themselves. 

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