Toronto Roundtable Oct 23-25

In just one month from now, ministry practitioners from throughout the United States and Canada will gather at The People’s Church in Toronto to worship, network, and find mutual encouragement and strength to carry on in this often lonely, yet rewarding commission to welcome, love and work together with refugees and the forcibly displaced who come to our hometowns.

It isn’t too late to sign up! You won’t want to miss our plenary speakers and workshops.


Jonathon Maracle
As visionary and founder of Broken Walls, an internationally recognized First Nations musical group and ministry, Jonathan has traveled the world for the past twenty-four years. The vision of Broken Walls is to see people from cultural minorities restored and able to walk in their true destiny. Jonathon will be speaking on "Home as Land."

Rupen Das
Rupen brings extensive global field experience with numerous organizations working in humanitarian and refugee responses - most recently with Syrians refugees in Lebanon and Europe and IDPs in Syria. Rupen will be speaking on "Strangers in the Kingdom".

Karen Gonzalez
Karen is a speaker, writer, and immigrant advocate, who herself immigrated from Guatemala as a child. Karen studied theology and missiology at Fuller Theological Seminary. This spring she launched her book about her own immigration story and the many immigrants found in the Bible: The God Who Sees: Immigrants, The Bible, and the Journey to Belong (Herald Press). Karen will be speaking about Home is a Place of Reconciliation.