Time for a Hāpu-based Hāhi Again?

In 1992 after much negotiation Mihinare gained our mana motuhake within the Church. However we then proceeded to break that church up into 5 Hui Amorangi and, contrary to expectations at the time, these Hui Amorangi have effectively become independent Dioceses, each unto their own. Now that might have been fine had it been effective, […]

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How do Mihinare Vote?

Yes Mihinare have always been involved in politics in Aotearoa – even if not always on the sam[...]

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The Future of Karakia?

Above is a Youtube video of the Reverend Spanky Moore from the Diocese of Christchurch presiding ove[...]

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Hikoi of Hope – Nga Ika o Piripane

Louise Tarei is part of a Mihinare ministry to Tamariki and Rangatahi in Brisbane, and they recently[...]

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The Global Indigenous Church

Reverend Tamsyn Kereopa recently attended the biannual meeting of the Anglican Indigenous Network in[...]

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Nga Kura Mihinare

Hukarere Girl’s College recently held their prize giving and end of year karakia at Waiapu Cat[...]

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Te Pihopa o Aotearoa Kauwhau 2013

Excerpts from the charge of Te Pihopa o Aotearoa, The Most Reverend Brown Turei to Te Rūnanganui o [...]

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Opinion: Te Runanganui 2013

Reflections on the good, the bad, and the awesome of Te Rūnanganui 2013[...]

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Opinion: Christopher Huriwai

In under a week Rev Christopher Huriwai will be ordained a priest in the Anglican Church. A church t[...]

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