Becoming Beloved Community from an Indigenous Perspective - by Episcopal Church Indigenous Ministries Office and the United Thank Offering

Wednesday, November 2, 2022 - 1:00pm - 3:00pm
United States

The Indigenous Ministries Office and the United Thank Offering invite you to kick-off Indigenous People’s Month with an opportunity to learn about what it means to be the Beloved Community from an Indigenous perspective. Panelists will each share about their ministries which help to reconnect Indigenous practices within Indigenous communities or those which restore Indigenous practices on lands where Indigenous people were forcibly dislocated.

(Several will share how UTO grants supported them in this work.) They will share stories and discuss how all of creation is connected and through reconnecting humans to creation we can heal historical, environmental, and personal trauma.

Panelists include:


  • Forrest Cuch, member of Ute Indian Tribe, former teacher/administrator/tribal planner

  • Robert Fox, cultural wellness specialist at United Tribes Technical College

  • The Rev. Bradley Hauff, Indigenous missioner for The Episcopal Church

  • The Revs. Kurt J. and Ellen B. Huber, superintending presbyters of the Cheyenne River Episcopal Mission

  • The Rev. Rachel Taber-Hamilton, Indigenous Episcopal priest, vice president of the House of Deputies

  • Bude VanDyke, Episcopal priest, Cherokee descendant, musician
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    Event Type: 
    Community Development
    Mental Health