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Māori saints lead in Lent 2022

Māori Anglicans are journeying this Lent with Māori Anglican saints and ancestors in a series of Wednesday evening services livestreamed via the Pihopatanga o Aotearoa Facebook group.
• Read Rēnata Kawepo's story told in Rev Zhane Tahau Whelan's sermon
• Watch the full online service from Wednesday 8 March

Ōtaki Waitangi Day focuses on hope

When Rev Dr Rangi Nicholson spoke with people from the two churches of Rangiātea and All Saints’ Ōtaki this Waitangi Day, he shared an exciting opportunity for the Anglican Church to play a role in shaping our nation’s future – again. 
• Video of the full Waitangi Day event at Ōtaki:2hrs 20min
• ++David Moxon’s sermon on the biblical roots of Treaty hope

Māori leaders bless new diglot Bible

Archbishop Don Tamihere and Rev Dr Wayne Te Kaawa have joined theology students and staff from Otago University and Te Rau Theological College to bless and launch the new side-by-side Māori-English language Paipera Tapu - Bible.

Joy as northerners gather again

As Anglicans across Te Pīhopatanga o Te Tai Tokerau and the Diocese of Auckland returned to worship in person for the first time in four months this week, their bishops said their people’s joy was palpable at the chance to be together again.
 Tamaki-makaurau church leaders’ Christmas message

Māori bishops urge Covid vigilance

The Māori Anglican Bishops have sent a joint pastoral letter to Hui Amorangi around Aotearoa New Zealand, calling on communities to place vulnerable and at risk whānau at the heart of how they conduct community life under the new “traffic light” Covid-19 Protection Framework.
• Experts look at the traffic light system's flaws 

Archbishop Don talks on faith & vaccines

Archbishop Don Tamihere and the Pīhopatanga o Aotearoa have affirmed the Church’s strong support for vaccination as the wisest path Māori whānau can take to protect themselves and their communities from Covid-19.

Te Aka connects whānau & faith

A newly formed Aotearoa-wide ministry network and digital resource hub for whānau, tamariki and rangatahi is breaking new ground for Te Hāhi Mihinare – the Māori Anglican Church.
• ‘Tamariki Time’ seeds digital ministry

Indigenous Christians stand with Canada

Indigenous Christians from around Aotearoa New Zealand and the Anglican Communion have expressed their solidarity with the indigenous peoples of Canada in a statement released this week.

Te Rāwiri songs go on future record

David Tapene Snr and Te Pihopatanga o Te Tai Tokerau have launched an ambitious project to digitally capture the oral history of more than 200 traditional Mihingare hymns. 
 Radio Waatea: Himene captured for the future


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