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Remembering Parikaha

Join us as we gather on Thursday November 5th to lament the attack on Parihaka, to recall the teachings of Te Whiti o Rongomai and Tohu Kakahi, to celebrate the spirit of nonviolent resistance embodied by the Parihaka community and to reflect on the call to be people of peace and reconciliation ourselves. During the turbulent 1860s, Te Whiti o Rongomai and Tohu Kakahi sought nonviolent, but active, means to subvert the confiscation of Māori land in Taranaki. At Parihaka,... read more

AGM and Sunday Services at Level 2

The return to Level 2 (and the gathering limit of 100) means we will revert to our usual two services (8am and 10am) this Sunday (August 16th). The AGM will take place directly after the 10am service. Level 2 rules mean the return of some (now familiar) changes including: 2-metre social distancing rules will apply (limit 50 parishioners per service) Unfortunately, there will be no singing in the service and no cup of tea before or soup luncheon after the... read more

ANZAC DAY SERVICE

I'm sure many of you will be joining in the “Stand at Dawn” service at 6.00am tomorrow morning in your drive ways, but please do find below a link to a short liturgy for ANZAC Day which includes readings, prayers, choral music, Bugle calls, The Ode, a minute silence, and the National Anthems. There is an Order of Service for you to follow should you wish. The liturgy lasts for 30 minutes and you are welcome to listen to it at any time during the day. read more

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