Jennifer Henry is a dynamic speaker with an interesting and important message for us “church folk”.
Join us for the video and discussion this Tuesday, Feb. 16 at 10:30 a.m.
In today’s Canada, settler Christians must enter into a process of decolonization, one that will rattle settler ancestry and religious identity as privileges and narratives of superiority are necessarily unpacked. It is a process that is neither dispassionate nor disembodied – we must decolonize our hearts to recover our humanity.
Jennifer Henry is Executive Director of KAIROS, a coalition of 11 Canada Church groups striving for social justice and human rights. She has worked for KAIROS for 20 years including manager for Dignity and Rights. She serves on the Primate’s Commission on Discovery, Reconciliation and Justice. Originally from Manitoba, Jennifer was influenced by the Mennonite tradition of living out faith and the Catholic idea of working in solidarity with others, and the strong commitment to the social Gospel.