In this non-sermon, Rev Derwyn talks about the recent visit of the Archbishop of Canterbury to meet with Indigenous Anglicans in Canada, and then goes on to provide an overview of the history of the Anglican Church of Canada's relationship with Indigenous peoples, and what the church has been doing in light of the travesty of the residential schools.
He references some links in this message, and you can check them out here:
- Anglican leader apologizes for church's role in permitting residential school abuses | CBC.ca
- Sunday worship with guest preacher The Most Reverend, Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury - YouTube
- Archbishop of Canterbury promises release of residential school records in England following survivors' calls | CBC News
- Will Archbishop of Canterbury's residential school apology include any of Church of England's $13B in assets? | CBC News