It is important that we change how we serve, worship, and come together during this COVID-19 pandemic infection. This is a time to share te aroha o te Atua (God’s love) through our words and our actions to protectour whānau.
“Engari te wai e hoatu e ahau ki a ia, hei puna wai tēnā i roto i a ia e pupū ake ana, a te ora tonu rā āno.
“Indeed, the water I give them will become in them a spring of water welling up to everlasting life”
HE PUNA MĀRAMA
A source of accurate health information
Helping you to understand hygiene and health requirements for ministers and churches to keep everyone safe.
A source of prayer and faith
Helping you to pray, draw strength from our faith, and offer hope and encouragement to others.
A source of heritage and strength
Helping you to use our karakia (liturgy), draw strength from our traditions, care for our sacred spaces, and trust in God’s ability to meet us wherever we are.
A source of care and compassion
Helping you to lovingly respond to those in need in safe and practical ways.
TUIA General Synod Office
200 St John’s Rd