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Terry LeBlanc

Rev. Terry LeBlanc is Mi’kmaq/Acadian with family roots in Listuguj First Nation and Campbellton, New Brunswick. He and his wife of 43 years, Bev, live in Prince Edward Island, Canada. Their daughters, Jeanine and Jennifer, and son, Matt, are active in ministry within the Indigenous community both inside and outside North America. Active in full-time Indigenous ministry since 1979 and ordained since 1983, LeBlanc serves as executive director of Indigenous Pathways, a non-sectarian organization dedicated to working with the Indigenous community in holistic development. In 1999, he founded NAIITS: An Indigenous Learning Community, focused on building theological capacity in the Indigenous community. LeBlanc has received numerous awards and honours for his worldwide ministry: in 2010, the prestigious Dr. E.H. Johnson Memorial Award for Innovation in Mission; in 2013, the Distinguished Christian Leadership Award; in May 2015, a Doctor of Divinity from Acadia University.
Thursday, June 18

2:45pm EDT