​​INDIAN METIS CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP

Indian Metis Christian Fellowship (IMCF) is a Canadian Aboriginal urban
ministry
serving the spiritual and social needs of Indian and Metis people of
Regina, Saskatchewan.

Alongside the Indian Family Centre in Winnipeg and the Edmonton Native
​Healing Centre
,
IMCF is one of three Urban Aboriginal Ministries of the Christian Reformed Church in North America. The Aboriginal Ministry is comprised of a national committee (Canadian Aboriginal Ministry Committee) the three Urban Aboriginal Ministries, along with a Justice and Reconciliation Mobilizer. Together, these entities support healing and reconciliation between Canada’s Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people. 

IMCF was established by the Christian Reformed Church in 1978. In addition to several congregations and benefactors, the ministry is supported by the Saskatchewan Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada. While affirming individual and cultural contributions, IMCF celebrates the Creator’s gift of healing and forgiveness in Jesus Christ. IMCF worshipping/working ministry recognizes the Creator’s unconditional love and great gifts each of us may offer.

Chimatawa 

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