Gospel Jamborees have a long history in Indigenous communities, going back to a time when Indigenous peoples gathered to sing Christian hymns—as a means of coming together, praying for one another, worshipping God, spreading the Good News and also, as a means of faithful and courageous resistance to colonization. Within the Anglican Church of Canada, Gospel Jamborees have accompanied the Native Convocations/Sacred Circles as well as being used by communities and ministry areas to bring folks together for fellowship, encouragement, worship, community-building, support and fun. The last three General Synods have also featured Gospel Jamborees as ongoing acts of reconciliation and bridge-building.
Click the links below to watch the previous online Gospel Jamborees:

Gathering at the River (Gospel Jam 1)
Return 2 the River (Gospel Jam 2)
The Healing River (Gospel Jam 3)
Dreams of Long Ago For Tomorrow (Gospel Jam 4)
Our Land of Hope and Light (Gospel Jam 5)
With a Good Mind, We Can Make it Through (Special New Years Day Gospel Jam)
With Love Before Us, We Are Walking (Gospel Jam 7)