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Karakia o Te Po marks a year online

As ‘Karakia o Te Po’ reached its first anniversary on March 25 this year, the Pīhopatanga o Aotearoa online services are still welcoming the largest single congregations of any Māori Anglican Church today.
• Quick glance glossary of Māori words

Podcast tackles suicide pandemic

Manawa o Te Wheke youth enabler Mira Martin has shared her insights from years of experience promoting wellbeing for Māori youth in a ‘Sacred Teachings’ indigenous wisdom podcast for the Anglican Church of Canada.

Ōtaki Anglicans foster Treaty hope

On 6 February 2021, two Ōtaki Anglican churches will commemorate Waitangi Day together as Māori and Pākehā, taking a step towards strengthening their partnership of hope – shaped by the gospel and inspired by the Treaty of Waitangi.

Bishop Ben Te Haara dies at 88

The first Bishop of Te Tai Tokerau, Bishop Ben Te Haara ( Waiohau Rui Te Haara) has died at his home in Rāwhiti in the Bay of Islands aged 88.

Mihinare & prisons: 4 things to do

While the standoff at Wakeria prison has been resolved – thanks to iwi intervention – it has once again highlighted the failure of Aotearoa New Zealand’s system of imprisonment and justice. Here three Māori Anglican priests lay out four key ways Mihinare can respond.

Mihinare history breaks new ground

Rev Dr Hirini Kaa has published a groundbreaking history of Te Hāhi Mihinare that centres on the dynamic relationship between Māori forms of knowledge and Christianity amongst the women and men who nurtured the Māori Anglican Church as an indigenous church.

Praying anew in Te Reo Māori

Three years of Sunday prayers have been translated into Te Reo Māori for the 2020 edition of 'A New Zealand Prayer Book He Karakia Mihinare o Aotearoa.'

Selwyn honours + Muru Walters

Te Maru Pūmanawa - Selwyn College Anglican University residential college held a day of events in Dunedin on Wednesday this week to appoint Bishop Muru Walters as a life fellow of the College.

Backing Te Reo Māori for the future

Rangi Nicholson says Māori Language Week and the one million Te Reo moment reminds us of a golden opportunity for the Anglican Church in Aotearoa New Zealand – to return to our place as a frontline advocate for Te Reo Māori - the first language to carry the message of salvation across these islands.
• Runanganui moves toward life in Te Reo Māori by 2030


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Anglican Taonga Winter 2018