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reForming Relationships

A Day to Explore Reconciliation and Indigenous Justice through Worship, Learning, Art and Stories
Saturday, February 09, 2013 starting at 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Because He Lives We Can Face TomorrowreForming Relationships explores the themes of reconciliation and indigenous justice through worship, learning, art and sharing stories. Gather together to listen, learn and share as we explore these themes, heeding our Creator's call to live as people of reconciliation.
Lori Ransom, Senior Advisor on Church Relations at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, will give a keynote address on "Why Reconciliation Matters: The Church's Role." The day will include a panel discussion on land rights and land claims and afternoon worships on several topics related to indigenous justice and reconciliation. Learn more at www.reformingrelationships.ca.

This is part of a series of events organized by the Christian Reformed Church in North America’s reForming Relationships tour of Kisemanito Pakitinasuwin – The Creator’s Sacrifice by Cree artist Ovide Bighetty. This series of 17 paintings depicts the familiar Easter story - the death and resurrection of Jesus - from an Aboriginal perspective. The paintings will be displayed in Redeemer’s Art Gallery.
Pre-registration is recommended, and can be done online. For more information, contact CLEAR by phone: 905.648.2139 x4224 or email: clear@redeemer.ca.