Sidney Black


  • Sidney Black

    Sidney Black, who was Indigenous bishop for Treaty 7 Territory in the diocese of Calgary from 2017-2019, was named the Anglican Church of Canada’s interim national Indigenous bishop in April. He has served the church in many roles, including as co-chair of the Anglican Council of Indigenous Peoples (ACIP).

  • Caroline Chum

    Caroline Chum has served on ACIP since 2007 and is currently its co-chair. She is a member of the parish of St.Thomas Anglican Church in Moose Factory, Ont.

  • Judith Moses

    Judith Moses is a member of the Delaware people from Six Nations of the Grand River, Ont. She has worked in both the public and private sectors, is currently deputy prolocutor of the Anglican Church of Canada. She has served on numerous committees of the national church, including the Strategic Planning Working Group, and is currently chair of the Jubilee Commission.

  • Murray Still

    Canon Murray Still traces his heritage from Peguis First Nation and serves as incumbent of the Church of St. Stephen and St. Bede in Winnipeg. He is chair of the Rupert’s Land Elder’s Circle and also serves as co-chair of ACIP.


Indigenous Anglicans are building a church in our own image

The visit to Canada by the Archbishop of Canterbury and meetings with Indigenous groups in Saskatchewan were significant and vital steps on our path to healing. We thank him for his apology and for accompanying us briefly on our journey. But we do hope that he also recognized that Indigenous Anglicans have embarked on our own journey of self-healing.

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