Cycling for Reconciliation

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When the Right Reverend Rob Hardwick, Bishop of the Diocese of Qu’Appelle (Anglican), decided to cycle across the country he knew it would be challenging, but a collision outside of Wawa made it even more so.

The Bishop who is is cycling across Canada praying for unity, healing & reconciliation whilst raising funds, with his wife Lorraine, was involved in a collision that resulted in the lost of their vehicle, their camper trailer, and Bishop Hardwick’s spare cycle.

Bishop Rob aims to raise $2 million to support indigenous ministries within the Anglican Church of Canada ($800,000), build a medical centre in Muyinga, Burundi, help construct a Habitat for Humanity home in Regina, Sask., and conduct evangelism and mission work in the Diocese of Qu’Appelle, which is located in southern Saskatchewan ($1.2 million).

The collision didn’t stop his journey it just meant he spent a couple of unplanned days in Sault Ste Marie.  While in town he stopped the ONNTv studios to discuss his journey with Lou-Anne Young.

Watch the video of above.

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