A Changing Church. A Searching World. A Faithful God.

Five transformational commitments for our church

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Recently you repented and did what is right in my sight: each of you proclaimed freedom to our own people. You even made a Covenant before me in a house that bears my name.

—Jeremiah 34:15

From the traditional and emerging ways of knowledge keeping, to the strong connection to the land, to the safeguarding of Elders and countless other strengths, the wisdom and ways of the self-determining Indigenous church enrich people every day in the Church and beyond. Sacred Circle provides an opportunity for a clear Indigenous voice, today and in the future of the Church. Interdependent support between Sacred Circle and the wider Church will strengthen that future.

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Bible study: Embraces Mutual Interdependence with the Indigenous Church (Sacred Circle)

This Bible study accompanies the video exploring the commitment of embracing mutual interdependence with the Indigenous church, Sacred Circle. It is commended for reflection in dioceses, parishes and other Anglican contexts across the country.

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