Indigenous Ministry

Lady Flower Garden is a place to connect.

Indigenous Ministries in partnership with E4C  harvested vegetables for the food bank, Mustard Seed, Bissell Centre and Boyle Street on  August 2, 2016 at the Lady Flower Garden, located in NE Edmonton, where vegetables are grown for community development. Click here to watch  Indigenous Cultural and Educational Helper Sharon Pasula’s interview with E4C Community Development Manager David Prodan […]

Oskâpêwis Brings Prayer, Teaching and Smudge to Church Picnic

On June 19th, All Saints’ Anglican Cathedral hosted a church picnic at Gold Bar Park.  Oskâpêwis Sharon Pasula offered thanksgiving to Creator, a teaching about balance and harmony and a smudge. Several people joined her to ‘pray with smoke.’ The Rev. Sarah Holmstrom  (pictured at right) welcomed everyone to the picnic. Sharon is available to lead […]

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Standing Stones Eucharist – Liturgy and Video Clips

          Drumming during procession – https://youtu.be/iEopw1ei3HM Sermon – https://youtu.be/KsrdmBjUiGw   -about 14 minutes First reading –Indigenous story – https://youtu.be/-h_HTLSlB7s Partial reading of a Four directions prayer – https://youtu.be/Tx1bAmjpwN0

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First Anniversary of #22days Healing and Reconciliation Initiative

All 22 stories can be accessed thanks to Brian Bukowski, Web Manager, Anglican Church of Canada?. Each video is transcribed for closed captioning. Here is a link to all 22 videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQDBM9safSHyKXpXxsiY7xgPAAEy1F5nh What does your year of reconciliation look like?……send me your story….               For more info here is the Press release from last year […]