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'Being True to the Gospel and
Honouring the Treaty' hui

listening together, working together

Nau mai, Haere mai, Being True to the Gospel and Honouring the Treaty

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    When: Saturday, 4 October 2014
    What: Guest speakers and group discussion on the topic
    Where: Nga Kete Wananga Marae, Manukau Institute of Technology, Auckland
    Who: Christians of all denominations

Guest speakers: Te Aroha Rountree, Kukupa Tirikatene, Keith Newman, Manuka Henare and Mark Grace. Tauiwi panel: Glyn Carpenter (Chair), Wendy Fowler, Paul Long, and Nick Tuatasi. Speaker biographies are available here.

Kaupapa: Reason for the hui - This year, 2014, we celebrate 200 years of the Gospel coming to Aotearoa New Zealand. Next year, 2015, is 175 years since the signing of Te Tiriti o Waitangi. Christians were closely involved in the events around the Treaty signing and have, therefore, a special role of guardianship for the Treaty relationship. This hui is an opportunity for Christians to consider together what honouring the Treaty partnership means for us today. All welcome.

Ecumenical Organising Committee for the hui: Angela Yerkovich, Mary Moeke, Ricky Waters, Wendy Fowler, and Susan Healy; please address enquiries to Susan Healy.

Donations: to help keep registration charges low would be much appreciated. Details of how you can help support the hui are available here.

Manaakitia mai te kaupapa

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