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Upoko o Te Ika calls Electoral College

Te Hui Amorangi o Te Upoko o Te Ika has announced they will hold an Electoral College to discern who will serve as their next Bishop.

You better send your uncle home!

In May this year, Colenso Eramiha and his cousin May Lloyd shot off to Crete. In a month's time, Colenso will be heading back there again. Here's a story about what he found last time – and what he hopes to find this trip.

Bishops atone for Tauranga land loss

Saturday saw a first in the setting right of the dispossession of te iwi Maori. Hundreds turned out in Tauranga to witness an apology, not by the Crown, but by this church for the 1866 actions of one of its mission agencies.
• Bishop Andrew Hedge's sorrow
• Dr Alistair Reese explains the history
• Tauranga's Deputy Mayor gives his view
• One News report on the apology
• MTS: Te Kaea's report
• The formal apology
• The previous story

Seeking justice for Naboth…

The Old Testament story of Naboth's Vineyard is about a man who refuses to sell his inherited land to the king. So his queen has Naboth stoned, and dogs lick his blood. It's a story missionaries reached for when they tried, and failed, to save the iwi land on which downtown Tauranga is built.
• The General Synod apology to the Tauranga Moana hapu
• Naboth's Vineyard: the Reese report
• The day General Synod said sorry - a report

I was in prison…

And you visited me. About 150 well-wishers from nga hau e wha piled into an Auckland rest home yesterday to celebrate a remarkable life in prison ministry.

Archdeacon Tiki: RIP

The following is a notice from Archbishops Don and Philip about the death, this morning, of one of the giants of Te Haahi Mihinare, the Anglican Church in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Archbishop Don Tamihere: new leader recognised

Bishop Don Tamihere was installed yesterday as the sixth Bishop of Aotearoa. He becomes, therefore, one of our three archbishops. 
• Rangatahi to the fore as archbishop installed
• Big crowd to welcome new Bishop of Aotearoa
• Youngest primate in the Communion installed

Pihopa o Aotearoa date set

A date has been set for the installation of Bishop Don Tamihere as the next Pihopa o Aotearoa, or head of the Maori Anglican church.


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Anglican Taonga Winter 2018