Indigenous-Settler Reconciliation: Episode 14
In this episode, we’re talking with pastor and chair of the regional Truth and Reconciliation Working Group of Mennonite Church Eastern Canada, Peter Haresnape. We’re going to have a conversation about the future of Indigenous-Settler solidarity work in Mennonite Church Canada. How do we make sense of the shifts that have taken place in our nation-wide church in the last few years? How do we meaningfully move away from the sins of our past? And how do we move forward towards true reconciliation?
Peter is one of the pastors serving the Toronto United Mennonite Church, which is “a Christian community in the Mennonite-Anabaptist ‘peace church’ tradition.” Before beginning his pastoral role, Peter also worked for the Student Christian Movement and Community Peacemaker Teams. He studies theology at Conrad Grebel University College, is one of the co-founders of the Cahoots Festival, and can be found engaging the online social media world.
00:00 - Introduction
09:40 - Interview (Part 1)
30:40 - Resource give-away
32:20 - Interview (Part 2)
1:04:25 - Continuing the conversation
1:09:47 - Outro
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