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All Native Circle Conference (ANCC) was a conference of the United Church of Canada and was based on different Aboriginal cultural ways of life and languages. Understanding and honouring the cultural values, mission and ministry of Native Peoples was at the heart of the conference.
All Native Circle Conference came into being in 1988 and consisted of four presbyteries, 36 pastoral charges, 34 preaching points in First Nations communities, and two outreach ministries in major urban centres including Toronto Urban Native Ministry. When the United Church of Canada restructured as of January 2019, All Native Circle Conference ceased to exist. The Indigenous Church is still in the process of discerning where it will fit within the new structure.
The United Church of Canada is committed to being a welcoming church that is opposed to discrimination against any person on any basis, and affirm that all human beings are made in the image of God regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. We welcome into full membership and ministry people of all sexual orientations and gender identities