Ninth Indigenous Anglican Sacred Circle
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The Indigenous Anglican Sacred Circle is the national gathering and decision-making body for Indigenous Anglicans in Canada. Since 1988, First Nations, Métis and Inuit members of local Anglican churches have gathered every three years to talk about our spiritual lives, past and present experiences, our hopes for the future and our relationships with the Anglican Church of Canada.
Delegates have been selected either by the bishops of dioceses with “significant Indigenous ministry” or the diocesan committee/council on Indigenous ministry. Numbers of delegates from each area have been determined by the Anglican Council of Indigenous Peoples.
The Ninth Indigenous Anglican Sacred Circle will continue the journey toward self–determination and becoming an Indigenous church within the Anglican Church of Canada.
News from the Anglican Journal
Documents from Sacred Circle
- An Indigenous Spiritual Movement – Becoming What God Intends us to be
- Rev. Dr. Martin Brokenleg (Lakota): The Spirituality of Self-determination, why it is important. Watch online or download the video Rev. Dr. Brokenleg’s presentation.
- Opening Homily by the Most Rev. Fred Hiltz, Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada