Kairos Reconciliation– our contribution to a national effort

May 26, 2015 at 1:59 am Leave a comment

Our Sunday School students and adults of our congregation decorated hearts for a small garden, and the students helped to plant that garden, along with some seeds for flowers we hope will grow and remind us of this act of reconciliation of our own. Thanks to our council co-chair Lynette and fellow Sunday School teacher Darlene and the Sunday School students for planting our garden. One of our flowers will be part of the ceremony in Ottawa and our “planting” event is posted on the national Kairos calendar. See it here.

May 29-June 3rd

From the Kairos site: Reconciliation is in the wind

It’s a wind of change.
Changed attitudes.
Changed behaviour.
Changed policies.
It means finally honouring the contributions
of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples.

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