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Lori Ransom

Healing and Reconciliation Project Animator

Presbyterian Church

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Email: l***@***.ca

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Presbyterian Church

50 Wynford Dr.

Toronto, Ontario,M3C 1J7

Canada

Company Description

The Presbyterian Church Camp and Conference Association (PCCCA) is an organization whose members are camp and conference professionals and volunteers. Its main goal is to strengthen the camp and conference programs of the Presbyterian Church. PCCCA sponsors an...more

Background Information

Employment History

Elders' Institute


Reconciliation Program Animator

PresbyCan


Director, Executive Services and Communications for the Ontario Region

Indian and Northern Affairs Canada


Affiliations

Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Senior Advisor, Church Relations


St. Andrew's Church

Active Member


Pikwakanagan First Nation

Member of the Algonquins


Evangel Hall

Board Member


Education

Texas A&M University


bachelor of science degree

accounting


Web References(88 Total References)


Study Process Conveners

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Lori Ransom, Presbyterian Church of Canada
Theme 5: Forms of missionary engagement Canon Mark Oxbrow, Church Mission Society, UK Dr. Genevieve James, UNISA, South Africa Theme 6: Theological education and formation Dr. Dietrich Werner, Ecumenical Institute, Bossey, Switzerland Dr. Namsoon Kang, Brite Divinity School, Texas Christian University, USA Theme 7: Christian communities in contemporary contexts Dr. Afe Adogame, University of Edinburgh, UK Dr. Philomena Mwaura, Kenyatta University, Kenya in close association with Erica Dunmow of the JITC UK Urban Mission Congress Executive


Direction: How We Proclaim Christ's Triumph

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Ministry Compass How We Proclaim Christ’s Triumph | Lori Ransom | 246–252 | Next | »
Direction: How We Proclaim Christ's Triumph Lori Ransom Lori Ransom has served for many years as the Healing and Reconciliation Program Animator for The Presbyterian Church in Canada and been employed for over twenty years with Aboriginal and Northern Affairs Canada. In 2011, she took on the role of Senior Advisor, Church Relations, for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. An active member of St. Andrew's, King Street, Toronto, Lori is a member of the Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation (Golden Lake, near Pembroke, Ontario). This sermon was preached on Ascension and Healing and Reconciliation Sunday, May 24, 2009, at Calvin Presbyterian Church, Abbotsford, BC. It is reprinted here by permission.


CCTE: Projects

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Ms. Lori Ransom, Healing and Reconciliation Program Animator at the Presbyterian Church in Canada


The Three Questions: A Day of Learning and Reflection

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Ms. Lori Ransom
Lori has been working as the Healing and Reconciliation Project Animator for the Presbyterian Church in Canada since September 2006. She works with congregations, local church groups, Aboriginal organizations, national staff, the courts of the church and ecumenical partners to further the aims and objectives of the Healing and Reconciliation initiative . Lori has been employed for over 20 years with Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, where she most recently served as Director, Executive Services and Communications for the Ontario Region. Her several positions within the department have given her a breadth and depth of understanding of Aboriginal issues and concerns in Canada. Lori is an active member and elder of St. Andrew's, King Street, Toronto, and is presently serving as the Clerk of Session. Lori also serves on the boards of Evangel Hall and Boarding Homes Ministries. She is a member of the Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation (Golden Lake, near Pembroke ON).


The Three Questions: A Day of Learning and Reflection

www.standrewstoronto.org [cached]

Ms. Lori Ransom
Ms. Lori Ransom Sixteen years after the Rev. Dr. George Vais, Moderator of the 120 th General Assembly, offered the PCC's Confession for the Church's complicity in the residential school system, our denomination continues to fulfill the promise of its Confession to walk with Aboriginal people to find healing and wholeness together as God's people: notably by supporting the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC). Participants in this workshop will learn about the TRC and discuss our call to participate in this national journey of healing and reconciliation. Biographical Information Lori has been working as the Healing and Reconciliation Project Animator for the Presbyterian Church in Canada since September 2006. She works with congregations, local church groups, Aboriginal organizations, national staff, the courts of the church and ecumenical partners to further the aims and objectives of the Healing and Reconciliation initiative . Lori has been employed for over 20 years with Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, where she most recently served as Director, Executive Services and Communications for the Ontario Region. Her several positions within the department have given her a breadth and depth of understanding of Aboriginal issues and concerns in Canada. Lori is an active member and elder of St. Andrew's, King Street, Toronto, and is presently serving as the Clerk of Session. Lori also serves on the boards of Evangel Hall and Boarding Homes Ministries. She is a member of the Algonquins of Pikwakanagan First Nation (Golden Lake, near Pembroke ON).


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