Canon Missioner for Indigenous Ministry
The Rev. Canon Travis Enright
The Rev. Canon Travis Enright is highly involved in both the diocesan liaison work with the Aboriginal community of Edmonton and within the Anglican Church of Canada. He helped to develop Standing Stones, and is is an eloquent and provocative voice advocating for reconciliation and a living faith. He also co-chaired the Regional Advisory Committee for the Alberta Event of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission held in Edmonton March 27-30, 2014.
Oskâpêwis / Aboriginal Cultural and Educational Helper
Sharon is a bridge builder, strengthening partnerships between Anglican and Aboriginal groups and fostering community amongst Aboriginal Anglicans. Her activities include networking, mentoring, counselling, helping with Standing Stones, working with the Inner City Pastoral Ministry, and teaching a sessional undergraduate course on Aboriginal and Christian Spirituality at St. Joseph’s College.
Aboriginal and Rural Communities Liaison
Fiona Brownlee has spent most of her life in rural Canada, is deeply connected to the life of the church, and has seen first hand the struggle that rural churches have to connect with their neighbouring indigenous communities. During her years working for the Council of the North in northwestern Ontario, she learned much from the indigenous leadership of those dioceses and from her indigenous friends, who shared many hard and true stories about life as an indigenous person in this country. Her hope and dream is that we can explore together what neighbourly reconciliation might look like in rural communities, remembering that Jesus calls us to love our neighbours as ourselves.