Indigenous People and The PCC: Borrow the Banner for your Congregation

In May, Justice Ministries published a timeline poster outlining The Presbyterian Church in Canada’s relationship with Indigenous people since 1866. There are now three banners (2.5’x10’) available that congregations may borrow to animate these moments in the church’s history and our reconciliation journey. Sharing the church’s history and involvement in the residential school system through this timeline is one way The PCC is responding to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Call to Action #59.

Jill Foster at the National Healing and Reconciliation Gathering in September 2017. Photo by Vivian Ketchum

If your church is interested in borrowing one of the banners, contact Carragh Erhardt (ext. 278) or Katharine Sisk (ext. 250) for more information.

The smaller (9”x39”) posters are still available. Order your free poster today via our online order form (under Justice Ministries), or call Parasource directly at 1-800-263-2664. Indigenous People And the PCC: Timeline, Horizontal Poster 9” x 39” (product code 1705071701).

2017-12-12T22:23:24+00:00November 29th, 2017|Categories: Healing & Reconciliation|Comments Off on Indigenous People and The PCC: Borrow the Banner for your Congregation