Viewing: August 10
A summary of online coverage for Day 2 (August 10) of the 40th General Council.
A presentation on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and stories from Residential Schools survivors reminds the church of the need to listen in new ways.
A synopsis of the second day of the 40th General Council.
Questions of trust surfaced during the accountability reports of church leaders to commissioners.
The conversation continues with Commissioner Marie Wilson of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Marie Wilson, a United Church member from Yellowknife, NWT and a newly-appointed Commissioner to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission reflects on the task ahead.
For the United Church to become intercultural it needs a transformative vision that calls all to change.
A conversation with Rev. Lt. (N) Earl Klotz, a United Church minister and chaplain in the Canadian Forces, based in Halifax.
Nicholas Wayte at nine weeks is the youngest and possibly the most popular person at the 40th General Council.
Adele Halliday, United Church lead program staff for intercultural ministries, talks about the difference between multicultural, cross-cultural and intercultural experiences.
"Come, go down to the potter's house, and there I will let you hear my words." (Jeremiah 18:2)