Fundy St. Lawrence Dawning Waters Region values:
- Its relationship with its Communities of Faith, Ecumenical Partners, Indigenous Communities and differing faith traditions. We strive to build healthy relationships based on trust and respect.
- Diversity as modelled by Creator’s good creation and strives to affirm that presence and love in all our actions and relationships.
- Open, honest and genuine communications both within and outside the organization. We strive to see the Spirit at work in all of our communications
- Celebration of community in all the seasons of life. We strive to share in that life with all of creation.
Fundy St. Lawrence Dawning Waters Region consults with, guides and supports Communities of Faith and other ministries in building trusting, respectful, affirming relationships that embody Creator’s presence within the world in which we live.
That Fundy St. Lawrence Dawning Waters Region embody an active and faithful reflection of Jesus’ ministry in the world; Affirming and respecting people of all sexual orientations, genders and gender identities in particular, different abilities, ethnicity, skin colour, culture, age, geographic location, economic circumstance and mental and physical health in all aspects of its life and work.
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