Date: November 17, 2020
I am pleased to share that the Center for Anglican Communion Studies will be hosting an online discussion, “Indigenous Voices: Justice and the Land” with the Rt. Rev. Carol Gallagher, Ph.D., and the Rev. Katene Eruera, tomorrow at 5:00 p.m. EST. Bishop Gallagher is the canon to the Central Region of the Diocese of Massachusetts and Rev. Eruera is the principal of St. John’s Theological College in Auckland, New Zealand/Aotearoa.
Together, Bishop Gallagher and Principal Eruera will reflect on concepts of justice, theologies of the land, and faith as a resource for addressing injustice. This conversation will be hosted by two student assistants in the Center for Anglican Communion Studies, Garrett Ayers and Melina Dezbhod.
This is the Center’s second event related to this year’s theme of “The Anglican Communion: A Movement for Justice?” The question mark in the title is intentional, as we examine whether, and how, the Anglican Communion has been part of a movement toward justice in different parts of the world. These two guests will help us do just that, as they bring indigenous perspectives from the United States and New Zealand/Aotearoa, respectively.
The conversation will take place in a Zoom webinar. Tickets are free and still available, so please register here. It will also be streamed live on the VTS YouTube channel, and the link will be shared on the CACS Facebook page. Please do make time in your schedule, if possible, for this important conversation. The Very Rev. Ian S. Markham, Ph.D. Dean and President