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Pentecost 2c, 2019

Te Pouhere is the name given to our Anglican Church constitution and it’s a direct reference to the unique structure we’ve adopted. As each of our three Tikanga, our cultural streams – Maori, Pakeha and Polynesian, develops in different ways, the constitution seeks to offer us some points of connection and contact. Te Pouhere is […]

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Trinity Sunday, 2019

This day we are invited to stand in faith, to stand precisely where we are, in the mystery of the Trinity, in the mystery of a God revealed to us in this moment, this age, this life and this faith, a mystery that we explore, unravel and receive together, knowing that in seeing more truly, […]

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Pentecost Sunday, 2019

Now as at the time of the first Pentecost, when the Spirit rushes in and breaks open the old naiveté to reveal the magnitude of God’s connecting power, there is no returning to the old frame of       reference. Lives are changed forever! Hearts are broken open to a    dimension of relationship newly reconciled through the […]

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