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Love is an Action Word: Indigenous Peoples

August 13 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Part 2 of series:

Disciples reflect on the policies, practices, and theology that shape our relations with Indigenous peoples, and their call to action. Scheduled to be included on the panel are:

  • David Bell serves as Minister for Indigenous Peoples Concerns; Director of Yakama Christian Mission; and as a Core Trainer for Reconciliation Ministries of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).
  • Pedro Ramos-Goycolea serves as the Pastor of Desert Dove Christian Church in Tucson, AZ; and as Co-Chair of the Pro-reconciliation/Anti-racism Team in Arizona.
  • Crow Eddy is a Mi’kmaq artist in Nova Scotia, Canada; a member of a North American council on Truth and Reconciliation called; and a member of the Centre for Indigenous Ministries (D.O.C.) Council. In the spring and fall, he leads healing circles hosted by Milton Christian Church.
  • April Burrows, Sugarbush Christian Church in Guelph, Ontario

Coming up –

Aug. 27 – Love is an Action Word: NAPAD 
Disciples reflect on the policies, practices, and theology that shape our relations with the NAPAD community, and their call to action. 

Sept. 10 – Love is an Action Word: Latinx, Obra Hispana, and Just Borders 

Disciples reflect on the policies, practices, and theology that shape our relations with the Latinx community, and their call to action.

Sept. 24 – Love is an Action Word: National Convocation, the Black Lives Matter movement
Disciples reflect on the policies, practices, and theology that shape our relations with National Convocation and the BLM movement, and their call to action.

Oct. 8 – Love is an Action Word: Race, Gender, and Sexual Identity
Melissa Guthrie Loy, Luther Young

Oct. 22 – Love is an Action Word: Puerto Rico, Imperialist ideology, and mission 
Disciples reflect on the policies, practices, and theology that shape our relations with Puerto Rico, and their call to action.

Nov. 5 – Love is an Action Word: Identity, Theology, and Faithful care for the community
A multi-racial, multi-cultural panel of Disciples talk about identity, theology, and how they live out the call to faithful care for the community.

 

Venue

Virtual

Organizers

Reconciliation Ministry
Office of the General Minister and President