Welcome to Taha Māori – an online programme of Zoom discussions designed to build confidence and engagement with biculturalism across the Church.
A New Zealand Prayer Book/He Karakia Mihinare o Aotearoa is used as a primary resource to upskill participants in the confident use of te reo liturgies, hīmene (hymns) and pronunciation.
The programme was put together by The Rev’ds Jacynthia Murphy, Megan Means and Sarah Moss and is open to all.
The dates of the third series are Thursdays 12, 19, 26 August and 2 September from 10am to 11am. To register and get the Zoom link, click here.
Ki te wheiao, ki te ao mārama.
He hōnore, he korōria ki te Atua.
He maungārongo ki te whenua,
he whakaaro pai ki ngā tāngata katoa.
The breath, the energy of life;
to the daylight, to the world of light.
All honour, all glory to God.
Peace upon this land,
and good thoughts to all people.
Second series: 3-24 June 2021
First series: 11 March- 29 April 2021
Taha Māori Session 4: 8 April 2021 With special manuhiri Jo Randerson, daughter of Pīhopa Richard Randerson and Director of RNZ’s Land of the Long White Cloud series. Jo has been writing, creating, directing and teaching theatre for more than 25 years and is Artistic Director of a Wellington-based theatre company, Barbarian Productions.
Karakia and mihi
MyMihi – examples from participants in the online Taha Māori discussions.
Ngā hīmene – a project to document, record, and publish Māori hymns and waiata. Led by David Tapene from Te Pīhopatanga o Te Tai Tokerau.
Toku Wairua Hīmine (My Spirit, Awake) music and words. This hīmene can also be found with the music in With One Voice #664
A New Zealand Prayer Book / He Karakia Mihinare o Aotearoa – online version
Taha Māori Hākari Tapu Eucharistic Liturgies Pīhopa Hori (George Conner) and The Rev’d Jacynthia Murphy kōrero on a translation of the Te Reo text in Hākari Tapu Eucharistic Liturgies p476-p510b from a New Zealand Prayer Book He Karakia Mihinare o Aotearoa.
Pīhopa John Bluck Te Pouhere Sunday 2017 sermon script and video
Archbishop David Moxon – a reflection on Te Tiriti partnership and its inherent expectations that were underpinned by the gospel of Luke.
Māori Pākehā Reconciliation – Archbishop David Moxon’s 2011 reflections on a personal journey to authentic reconciliation between Māori and Pākehā in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Taha Māori PowerPoints and audio (You may need to set up a Google account to access and download these resources.)