Public Worship and Right Relations with Indigenous Communities
A conversation with Mike Hogeterp, Sarah Travis, and Kenny Wallace, hosted by Maria Eugenia Cornou. In this webinar session, each panelist will share about their ministry/scholarly work among and with Indigenous communities, followed by a time of moderated discussion and then questions from the audience.
Thursday, November 10, 2022 from 12:00PM to 1:00PM (EST)
Meeter Center Lecture Hall
1855 Knollcrest Circle SE
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Mike Hogeterp is director of the Centre for Public Dialogue (CPD), based in Ottawa, Ontario, blocks from Parliament Hill. Mike does the day-to-day research and advocacy work of CPD and works with ecumenical and civil society partners.
Sarah Travis is assistant professor of Preaching, Worship, and Christian Ministry at Knox College, University of Toronto. Her current research project is a preaching and liturgical resource addressing reconciliation among Settler Canadians and Indigenous peoples for the Presbyterian Church in Canada, based on two Calls to Action from the Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Kenny Wallace, Aboha ‘a Chihowa, is an African American Choctaw Pawnee from the United States living in Canada. He holds a doctorate in Worship Studies from the Robert E. Webber Institute for Worship Studies with a focus on Christian contextualization of Indigenous worship. He teaches about multi-ethnic worship with his organization Kingdom Reflections Multi-Ethnic Worship Ministries.