Prophetic Indigenous voices on the planetary crisis – A lament in the present and a horizon of Good.
Nau mai, Haere mai, Me’a mai,
You are all welcome to this wānanga and talanoa. This is a wānanga and talanoa (presentation and discussion) across the Anglican Communion.
God has given us this gift of life, of the earth, and of all creation. It is a gift, a present, an offering. We are the earth’s kaitiaki (guardians) and we have failed in our responsibility to ‘cultivate and care for the earth.’ As Indigenous people, we cannot turn our back on our brothers and sisters, on mother earth.
This is our koha from Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia, Monday 30thNovember @ 3pm (NZDT).
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Te Wiki o te Reo Māori (Māori Language Week) will be held from 14-20 September and we are encouraging our alumni and friends to download the University’s Te Kūaha app, to learn te Reo Māori. In this article Professor Cynthia Kiro, Pro Vice-Chancellor Māori, talks about the University’s ambitious plan to promote and use te reo Māori within our community.
This year, the theme for the season is “Jubilee for the Earth”. We invite you to consider the integral relationship between rest for the earth and ecological, economic, social and political ways of living. This particular year, the need for just and sustainable systems has been revealed by the far-reaching effects of the global COVID pandemic.
This guide will help you learn about the season and plan to celebrate it. More resources, including webinars and prayer services, a Facebook group, and photos, are available online. Please visit SeasonOfCreation.org to access all the materials.