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Te Hui Amorangi o Te Tai Tokerau started last night. This is the Beautiful bookcover. “Ka whakanui toku wairua i te Ariki: A e hari ana toku wairua ki te Atua, ki toku Kaiwhakaora.

Te Hui Amorangi o Te Tai Tokerau started last night. This is the Beautiful bookcover. “Ka whakanui toku wairua i te Ariki: A e hari ana toku wairua ki te Atua, ki toku Kaiwhakaora.

Quick Notice

General Synod begins early July. It will be the 60th session of General Synod/Te Hinota Whanui for the Anglican Church in Aotearoa New Zealand & Polynesia.

It is being held at a venue in Nadi, Fiji. More details to come.

Keep an eye on anglican.org.nz and anglicantaonga.org.nz. They will probably have it up before we do.

Four new deacons for Tai Tokerau / Anglican Taonga

Bishop Te Kitohi Pikaahu, Pihopa o Te Tai Tokerau, along with Bishop Jim White, Assistant Bishop of Auckland, ordained Christopher Huriwai, Brendon Wilkinson, Wayne and Jody Ashby.

Tai Tokerau raising new leaders

I spent the weekend in Matauri Bay with future young leaders of Te Hui Amorangi o Te Tai Tokerau, learning about different attitudes and what is required to be a good leader.

Starting next year, Mrs Agnes Cribb, the Enabler for Rangatahi, has a big task on her hands in preparing the new annual Easter Camp.

On Sunday we shared in fellowship with Bishop Te Kitohi Pikaahu & locals of the Whangaroa pastorate, being the first Sunday in Advent. We gathered at the old Marsden Cross to reflect and remind ourselves of the first contact Te Tai Tokerau had with the Bible & God’s mission.

Nov 7

CLOSING SERVICE: Members of the 2011 Runanganui gathered inside St Faiths Church, Ohinemutu, for the meetings final Eucharist on Sunday. 

Nov 7

Photos taken by Tikanga Toru Youth Commission

Nov 7

Maori reject Anglican Covenant

A correction to an earlier article on NZ Herald website

Nov 7
Rev Pani Kawhia preaching about “Serving the kingdom of God” at the closing service of Te Runanganui
For more on her sermon, check the Anglican Taonga here http://www.anglicantaonga.org.nz/Features/Pane

Rev Pani Kawhia preaching about “Serving the kingdom of God” at the closing service of Te Runanganui

For more on her sermon, check the Anglican Taonga here http://www.anglicantaonga.org.nz/Features/Pane

Nov 5

Possible name change for Te Waipounamu

Hmmm the “Anglican Maori Diocese of Te Waipounamu” or “Te Hui Amorangi o Te Waipounamu” decisions decisions. #Runanganui

- K Miller

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