Indigenous Ministries

  1. Episcopal leaders renew calls to protect Arctic refuge after Trump administration’s latest moves on drilling
    Posted Aug 18, 2020
    By David Paulsen
  2. Coronavirus’ impact on Indigenous communities puts new focus on protecting elders, preserving language and cul...
    Posted Jul 17, 2020
    By Heather Beasley Doyle
  3. Episcopal leaders hail judge’s order to drain Dakota Access Pipeline of oil during environmental review
    Posted Jul 6, 2020
    By David Paulsen
  4. Mission on South Dakota reservation maintains ties to volunteer teams with ‘virtual mission trips’
    Posted Jun 19, 2020
    By David Paulsen
  5. Canada: Sovereignty and safety concerns front of mind for Indigenous communities warding off COVID-19
    Posted Jun 17, 2020
    By Joelle Kidd
  6. Church’s grassroots efforts help Navajoland feed families impacted by COVID-19 outbreak
    Posted May 14, 2020
    By David Paulsen
  7. COVID-19 threatens to hit indigenous communities hard as church leaders step up support
    Posted Apr 28, 2020
    By David Paulsen
  8. Anglican Church of Canada leaders join indigenous opposition to pipeline
    Posted Feb 24, 2020
    By Joelle Kidd
  9. Executive Council meeting kicks off in Salt Lake City with presentation on racism’s toll on Native Ameri...
    Posted Feb 13, 2020
    By Egan Millard
  10. Anglican Church of Canada launches new podcast featuring indigenous voices
    Posted Feb 11, 2020
  11. Northern Michigan Episcopalians speak out in favor of retiring high school’s ‘Redmen’ nickname
    Posted Jan 16, 2020
    By David Paulsen
  12. Prayer service, search planned for woman who disappeared two months ago on Standing Rock
    Posted Jan 10, 2020
    By David Paulsen
  13. Anglican network calls for Communion-wide support for indigenous people’s rights
    Posted Nov 25, 2019
  14. Arizona churches honor ‘people of the land,’ add Indigenous Peoples Day to diocese’s calendar
    Posted Nov 1, 2019
    By David Paulsen
  15. North Dakota diocese to welcome pilgrimages at Standing Rock interpretive center and lodge
    Posted Oct 14, 2019
    By David Paulsen
  16. After theft of historic bell, South Dakota congregation grateful for replacement from closed church
    Posted Sep 24, 2019
    By David Paulsen
  17. First female Māori bishop ordained in New Zealand
    Posted Sep 18, 2019
    By Rachel Farmer
  18. Minnesota Episcopalians’ love for Bishop Whipple is lost on federal building that bears his name
    Posted Sep 13, 2019
    By David Paulsen
  19. Maori trip to South Dakota reservation highlights unity of indigenous Anglicans
    Posted Aug 9, 2019
  20. In groundbreaking vote, Anglican Church of Canada supports a self-determining indigenous church
    Posted Jul 26, 2019
    By Rachel Farmer