The Very Reverend Dr. Logan McMenamie with Worship Associate Jane Wilson –
As an Anglican bishop, one of Logan’s areas of focus is healing, reconciliation, and relationships with the First Peoples of this land. In 2016, Bishop Logan began a physical and spiritual journey of reconciliation, walking 480 kilometres from Alert Bay to Victoria seeking permission from First Nations representatives to enter and stay on their traditional lands.
Acknowledging that the first entering of these lands was as colonists, asserting the right to ownership of the land and domination over its Indigenous peoples, he feels that we, in our generation, need to re-enter this land in a new way.
What will that new look be like for us? How do we learn from the people who have lived here for centuries? How do we re-enter this land? Today, Logan will share some of his journey with us. Details of Bishop Logan’s sacred journey.
Logan is an Anglican priest in Victoria and was installed as bishop in March 2014. Prior to graduating from the Vancouver School of Theology in 1986 with a Masters of Divinity he worked in a variety of engineering positions in Vancouver and on Vancouver Island. Logan has been married to Marcia for 39 years. They have seven children and twelve grandchildren.