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+Richard shares his ministry vision

Bishop Richard Wallace has shared his vision for community-integrated mission and ministry across Te Waipounamu.

Awards honour outstanding leaders

As the 2023 Te Rūnanganui came to a close on 30 September, a gala evening celebrated some of Te Pīhopatanga o Aotearoa's most outstanding leaders.

Te Rūnanganui expands reporting

Finances and audit reports led the final afternoon of this year’s Te Rūnanganui o te Pīhopatanga o Aotearoa that has shifted to a full online reporting mode.

Hāhi holds wānanga on bishops

A new Commission on Episcopal Leadership has gathered vital feedback from Pīhopatanga leaders in the first of many wānanga that will help guide its work moving forward.

Hui scopes out Mihinare education

Leaders of Te Pīhopatanga o Aotearoa took a close-up look at Mihinare-led education in an afternoon on ministry formation, kura and mātauranga at Te Rūnanganui 2023.

Hāhi moves to prevent abuse

A motion acknowledging the pain experienced by survivors of abuse within Church-based care, and seeking to restore their mana and tapu, was passed unanimously at Te Rūnanganui 2023 on Friday 29 September.

Hāhi goes deep on suicide

A frank discussion on the sensitive topic of suicide brought together ideas from around the world during Friday’s wānanga at Te Rūnanganui o te Pihopatanga o Aotearoa.

Ōmahu welcomes Te Rūnanganui

Te Rūnanganui o te Pihopatanga o Aotearoa was welcomed to Ōmahu marae in a sun-drenched pōhiri on Thursday, to whenua at the heart of a community whose homes were devastated by the floodwaters of Cyclone Gabrielle.

Hui learns in matrix of relations

Over 50 scholars and clergy ended three days of deep reflection, relationship, intention and action with closing words from Archbishop Don Tamihere and a Eucharist led by visiting leaders Archbishop Marinez Bassotto and Archbishop Chris Harper yesterday.

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