"Apology for Spiritual Harm"

Response to "Apology for Spiritual Harm"


It was an historic moment in the journey of reconciliation between the Anglican Church of Canada and Indigenous people both within and outside the church. 


On July 11, 2019 our outgoing Archbishop and Primate Fred Hiltz offered a heartfelt apology for spiritual harm done to Indigenous people because of the colonization of what we now know as Canada. 

On July 16, 2019 the Indigenous Elders of General Synod 2019 offered a response to that apology.

Anglican Church of Canada.PNG

Orange Shirt Day

September 30th

"Every Child Matters"

“First Contact”

Special Screening Event at Grace Church
Commemorating Aboriginal Awareness Week
On May 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 24th @ 7 pm each night

Hosted by George Stroumboulopoulos, First Contact takes six Canadians, all with stereotypical opinions
about Indigenous People, on a unique 28-day exploration of Indigenous Canada. It is a journey that will
turn their lives upside down, challenging their perceptions and confronting their prejudices about a
world they never imagined they would see. This exploration of the true Indigenous experience in Canada
will change the participants’ lives forever.

Watch Episode 1, "The Journey Begins" at this link   https://www.tvo.org/video/documentaries/first-contact-ep-1

Watch Episode 2, "A Group Divided" at this link


Watch Episode 3, "The Road To Healing" at this link


Mi'kmaw Prayer of the Seven Sacred Teachings


The pdf document to the right is a Mi'kmaw Prayer

to Creator that calls upon the 7 Sacred Teachings


Indigenous Sunday Service
At Grace Church In Markham

KAIROS Blanket Exercise on June 17, 2018. Lead Facilitator, Mim Harder

Donations for this ongoing FaithWorks PWRDF relief effort can be made to:

Grace Anglican Church with specific mention on your envelope of the
Pikangikum Water Project  to ensure your donation is directed to this particular relief effort. 



Great News For Pikangikum First Nation!!!

They are getting hooked up to the power grid in 2018!
Discover how our FaithWorks support for Pikangikum will now have an even greater impact because of this great news!

Please click on the article icon below to "READ ALL ABOUT IT"!

Our Stories… Our Strength

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View: "Our Stories… Our Strength"

Click image link below from 'Legacy of Hope Foundation'

Read the Haudenosaunee Creation Story.

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Lent 1: Sunday, March 5, 2017 - The Rev. Canon Nicola Skinner
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 cf.   Homily For The First Sunday In Lent 2017: "The Book of Genesis and Revelations."

The Rev. Canon Nicola Skinner 

Lent and Vision Quests - March 12, 2017 

Good News!!!

March 7, 2017

City of Markham commits to reconciliation with the Eabametoong First Nation and have signed
a cross-cultural agreement ...