As we look towards Canada’s second National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, CBM wants to offer resources, articles, songs and the space to reflect as we prepare our hearts and minds for a time of listening and lament on September 30, 2022.

A few years ago, CBM was blessed to have Cheryl Bear join our team as an Indigenous Relations Specialist. During her time with CBM, she helped us curate and produce the print magazine, Walking Together in a Good Way. We are pleased to announce that this resource is now available online. It features articles, stories and songs from Cheryl Bear, Terry LeBlanc, Mark Buchanan, Steve Bell and Danny Zacharias. We hope you will take the time to sit with these resources and take up the invitation to mend relationships.

Resources

National Day for Truth and Reconcilation

Our denominational family will gather for a national online service of Remembrance and Reflection. Together as a family of faith, we will listen and lament as we face the past. We will also renew our commitments to our brighter, shared future.

Join us as we seek to walk together in a good way with Indigenous Peoples of Turtle Island.

For more details visit:

cbmin.org/nationalday/