The next online Gospel Jamboree, The Healing River, Gospel Jam 3, is scheduled for August 14 from 6-9 PM Central (Winnipeg) Time. Save the date! The Jam will be streamed live on this page, YouTube, and Facebook, along with a radio Simulcast on the Wawatay Radio Network throughout Northern Ontario (frequencies | listen live)
Submit your own contribution for consideration in the next online Gospel Jamboree.
Please use this form to submit your Gospel Jam song or a selfie to say “hello”.
Not up to submitting a song? Why not submit a Selfie! Show your support for Indigenous Ministries across the land, and say “hello” by downloading and printing out a sign. Print out the sign, write in your community, take a selfie, and send it in using the form above or via email at [email protected]
Having problems? Files not uploading? Email [email protected] or leave a voicemail toll-free at 1-833-982-1276 and we will be in touch to make sure your submission gets to us.
Support the River of Hope for Indigenous Ministry by giving using the form below. Funds raised will go to pastoral care in areas of greatest need.
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.