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Speaker: Terry Fehr
Forgiveness – the third in a series of four sermons, Terry asks us to consider when it is time to forgive. What does it mean to forgive others and when do we need to forgive ourselves?

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Guest Minister: Rev. Fulgence Ndagijimana

The Edict of Torda was proclaimed in 1568 by King Sigismund of Romania and followed an earlier decree of religious tolerance in 1567. The Protestant Reformation has made significant gains in Europe, including the once largely Catholic Transylvania. The queen had been inspired by the teachings of her Italian physician, Giorgio Biandrata. In 1563 the Transylvanian court preacher is credited with saying "we need no think alike to love alike". Rev. Fulgence Ndagijimana will share his thoughts about the Edict of Torda and its importance today. Do we need to let go of some preconceptions?

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Guest Speaker: Tamara Lorincz

Tamara Lorincz presented at the annual conference of the Canadian Peace Research Association (CPRA) that was held at the University of Regina 30 May- 1 June. One of Canada's top peace researchers, Ms. Lordincz presented a paper on "Women, Peace, and Security? A feminist critique of Canada's 2017 defence policy and foreign policy priorities".  For more information click on https://www.balsillieschool.ca/tamara-lorincz

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Guest Minister: Rev. Fulgence Ndagijimana

Reflections on the theme of letting go, leaving the familiar. Is it time for you to do some letting go too? How about the idea that you can do it all alone, is it time to let go of that?

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Presenter: Richard Jack

Richard Jack attempts to examine our eurocentric view to the indigenous reality that occurred. A brief look at the many resources that are becoming available to correct the often-false mythologies that have been perpetuated. Many of the issues raised will require a lifetime study by all who are seeking justice and reconciliation.

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Guest Speaker and Facilitator: Dodie Ferguson

We join in a sharing circle and talk about how to apply Reconciliation Calls to Action into Reconcili-Action.  We will focus on the importance of water in indigenous culture, the ties to land stewardship (spiritually, past/present/future) & why this should matter to tdhe citizens of Southern Saskatchewan in particular.  For more information see https://www.kairoscanada.org/water-song-unlearning-colonial-geographic-boundaries-towards-alignment-watersheds-reconciliation.

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Presenter: James A.T. Struthers Q.C.

James Struthers is the legal director of Legal Aid Saskatchewan in Regina. He provides an overview of several innovative alternative court initiatives in operation in Saskatchewan which attempt to meet the needs of offenders and victims in non-conventional ways.

 

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Presenter: Terry Fehr

This presentation, the second in a series, invites the listener to explore personal and political notions of compassion and the individual and collective benefits of compassionate living.

 

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Guest Minister: Rev. Fulgence Ndagijimana

Rev Fulgence Ndagijimana reflects on the risks women have taken to make a difference in someone’s life, especially someone more vulnerable, marginalized, misunderstood, or ignored. Or maybe the “risk” was to speak up for themselves; to organize with neighbours, or to talk with others to build support for a motion that would improve the culture of their group.

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facilitated by Carol Porter
In our last two services we looked at two aspects of growing older. Today, we will reflect on
how the generations connected to create the Grannies for Grannies and what we could learn
from their successes. How do we enhance our care for each other and our elders, children
and friends? What systems do we have in place to protect the vulnerable in our society?
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