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Presiding Bishop Curry selects committee for Episcopal Church indigenous missioner search

A nation-wide committee of church and tribal leaders has been appointed to establish a new job description for the Episcopal Church indigenous missioner, a member of the presiding bishop’s staff, and to review the needs of indigenous people within the church going forward. The committee will also review candidates’ applications and conduct interviews in conjunction with The Rev. Canon Anthony Guillén, missioner for Hispanic/Latino ministries, who will serve as staff liaison.

Those named to the committee are:

Judge Richard Ackley, Diocese of […]

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Wycliffe launched training program for Indigenous leaders in Canada

Photo: Dhoui Chang/Wycliffe College

The Indigenous Leadership Development Program was launched at Wycliffe College, a graduate theological school within the University of Toronto, to give Indigenous leaders a space to learn, share, and develop within, as an alternative or complement to their traditional seminary education.

The program is a week-long experience which is being piloted for three years based off an initial donation. Thanks to the contributions of Mr. & Mrs. Jim and Edna Claydon, the $100,000 program was offered  free-of-charge to the participants, including travel costs and […]

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