The Fallen Feather, April 5th at 7 pm at TRU

This film  explores the root causes and government policy behind the creation of Indian Residential Schools, and gives the moving stories of those who attended the Kamloops Residential School.   It will be shown at TRU Alumnae Theatre, Clock Tower Building, Friday, April 5 at 7 pm.

The show is sponsored by TRU Canadian Studies and the T’kemlups Indian Band and is supported by a number of Kamloops churches. The moderator for the evening will be  Dr. Nathan Matthew, Executive Director, Aboriginal Studies, TRU.  Shane Gottfriedson of the TIB will also be in attendance.  An opportunity for discussion will follow the film showing.

Admission:  free

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Installation / Covenanting Service of Rev. Brian Krushel

On Sunday, March 10th at 4 pm at the Church of St Paul, folk from the Pastoral Charge and the wider church will gather to celebrate the start of Rev. Brian Krushel’s pastoral leadership in the North Thompson Pastoral Charge in an Installation / Covenanting Service.

The service will include the Installation traditions of the Anglicans and Lutherans and the Covenanting traditions of the United Church.  Dignitaries from the three denominations who will be participating in the service are Rev. Karen Medland, Chair of Kamloops Okanagan Presbytery of the United Church of Canada, Rev. Rick Schulz, Dean of the Southern Interior Conference of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada, and Bishop Barbara Andrews, Bishop of the Anglican Parish of the Central Interior.  A potluck supper will follow.