Hīmene on LSM Taha Māori youtube channel

Hīmene Resources

Kia ora koutou – Worship leaders and those who choose music and communion music.

In the Resource Downloads is a Hīmene Resource which gives some of the Hīmene waiata and a translation for the mp4 on our LSM Taha Māori Youtube channel here or at:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrAlwrod5-xFxis05bknx5A/playlists

The Playlists to go with the resource download are in:

Hīmene 1-50, 51-100, 101-150, 151-200, 200-228 & Hīmene/Waiata/Songs

Please note that all the translations in italics are not sung as they are a translation of the reo.

I hope that some Te Reo verses may begin to be inserted within the English hymn

Titipounamu – Study of Joy (starting from closure of Epsom Mercy Centre)

A link to the Newsletter with programmes coming up that cover Ignatian imaginative contemplation, infancy narratives and nativity scenes

Brother Kieran Fenn fms shares recorded insights on the The Gospel of Luke which are some of the readings for Year C 2022

Here is an overview list of available video clips to view

The Farewelling of a Home: a liturgy by Jane Simpson

This is a liturgy written to meet an expressed need for all who have suffered the loss of a home or who are leaving it for the last time.

In it the householders give thanks for their home, hallowed through their everyday lives down the years. In each room prayers and memories are gathered up in times of silence, thanksgiving and taking leave.

Responding to God’s call to journey in faith, the householders are sent out by the group. They say their final goodbyes and proclaim hope for the future. All leave in silence.

The Farewelling of a Home can also mark other life-changing transitions such as moving into a retirement village or into care.

Available from Poiema Liturgies

Prophetic Indigenous Voices (Aotearoa and Polynesia)

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).

Click on the link below to register for webinar and meeting:

https://zoom.us/…/tJ0ode2rqz8rH9dEbrMs6OuPtGPTk2NphV10

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Date Time: Nov 30, 2020 03:00 PM Auckland, Wellington
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