In Dancing the Dream: The First Nations and the Church in Partnership, First Nations people tell their stories and reflect on their spirituality in relation to the church. Native and Non-Native members of the Anglican faith document their historic relationship and current healing initiatives. Includes the residential school experiences of seven survivors, a brief history of church-run schools, and the Primate's apology. Illustrations by Teresa Altiman from Walpole Island First Nation capture the spiritual anguish and healing of First Nations members of the Anglican faith.
First Nations Faith and Ecology is a highly readable introduction to the diversity of contemporary First Nations spirituality and values. Includes brief accounts of several Creation narratives; understanding symbols such as the sacred circle; and examples of healing and spiritual resurgence among the Native peoples of Canada and the U.S. Suitable for high school level to adult.
The Journey: Stories and Prayers For the Christian Year From People of the First Nations is ideal for personal reflection and mediation. This collection of First Nations stories, gathered from members of the Anglican faith from across Canada, are arranged according to the church calendar from Advent to Pentecost. NO LONGER AVAILABLE