When

Monday, October 10, 2022 from 11:00 AM to 3:30 PM EDT
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Where

Christ Church Parish 
149 Court Street
Plymouth, MA 02360
 

 
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Contact

Margaret Lias 
Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts 
617-482-5800 
mlias@diomass.org 

The Office of Immigration and Multicultural Ministries of the Diocese of Massachusetts, together with the Beloved Community Commission of the Diocese of Western Massachusetts, the Racial Justice Commission of the Diocese of Massachusetts, and the Indigenous Peoples Justice Network of the dioceses of Massachusetts and Western Massachusetts, are pleased to invite you to join the bishops of both dioceses, special guest The Rev. Canon Cornelia Eaton of the Episcopal Church in Navajoland and Indigenous leaders Alison Miller (Pocasset Wompanoag) of New Bedford and Brad Lopes (Aquinnah Wompanoag), Director of Algonquian Exhibits and Interpretation, Plimouth Patuxet Museums, for a morning of sacred listening and responding, lunchtime conversations and a worship service of lament and commitment. All are welcome.

The Rev. Canon Cornelia Eaton 

served   many roles in the Episcopal Church as laity before being ordained to the priesthood on February 7, 2015. She is currently the canon to the ordinary for the Episcopal Church in Navajoland. Cornelia is dedicated to serving the beloved p eople of God and to encourage the laity to have active roles in the life of the Church, believing that we all live into our baptismal covenant. She enjoys sharing God’s love, hope, and grace with all of God’s people through Holy Scripture and Navajo spirituality of Hozhˇ—Peace and Beauty Way. She is a storyteller and a writer of poetry with a particular focus on the Navajo way of life known as Iina BikÚ Hozhˇ–
being in harmony  with divine creation through spirituality, culture, tradition, and relationship. She has deep love and appreciation for the outdoors and enjoys mountain biking, fly-fishing, camping, hiking, and tending to her family sheep camp.

An all locally-sourced and native inspired menu will be provided for you to enjoy by Cambridge-based locavore caterer Cuisine en Locale during time to lunch and learn.