We encourage reconciliation among people of different races, cultures, socio-economic backgrounds, generations, and genders.
At Tenth Church, we believe that being "with God and for others" happens because of Jesus. By taking our sin, shame, and relational brokenness upon himself, Jesus has made it possible for us to have reformed and renewed relationships with God and others - and we believe that Jesus is still reconciling all things together (2 Cor 5:17-21; Eph 2:14-17; Col 1:15-20).
This means that we seek to participate with Jesus in reconciliation and transformation - which involves restoring existing relationships and seeking to form new and healthy relationships with others through a posture of welcome, repentance, and cooperation.
Many people may not be aware of the history and truth of Indigenous peoples and residential schools. But thanks to the historic Truth & Reconciliation Commission, we are able to have our eyes opened and exposed to the tragic history and legacy of our country’s Indian Residential Schools and their ongoing effects on First Nations communities and peoples.
Join us here at Tenth as we journey together in becoming more aware, educated, and equipped to ensure justice and reconciliation for Indigenous people.
We are grateful for our partnerships with non-profit organizations working directly with indigenous people:
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