MINISTRY WANANGA: HOTOKE & KOANGA 2017

Te Rau College is offering 5 Wananga this winter and spring. Please email any queries regarding wananga to sharlene@tairawhiti.org.nz or click here to register for the Himene & Waiata Wananga (22-23 September)

WANANGA VENUE

Wananga for 2017 will be held at Te Rau College, 9 Temple St, Turanga.

TIME

All Wananga will run 6PM Friday to 3:30PM Saturday.

ACCOMMODATION

Marae style at Te Rau College.

Alternative accommodation can be sought by prior arrangement.

Participants are welcome to arrange their own accommodation at their own expense.

TRAVEL

Travel subsidies will be made available by prior arrangement.

If necessary, subsidies will be applied proportionally to those with the greatest need.

ATTENDANCE CRITERIA

Ministry Wananga are open to:

  • Licensed Ministers, Te Tairawhiti.
  • Those invited by Te Rau College for training in ministry generally.

Wananga are compulsory for:

  • All who are currently discerning to be licensed as Kaikarakia.
  • All currently discerning for ordination to the Diaconate & the Priesthood.

TANGIHANGA: 7-8 JULY

  • Background, Tikanga & Practice.
  • Tikanga Karakia (Liturgies).
  • Kauhau Preparation.
  • Kakahu (Vestments) & Taonga a Karakia (Liturgical Resources).
  • Key Scenarios.

KAUHAU: 11-12 AUGUST

  • Models for Preaching.
  • Practical Tools & Skills.
  • Interpreting Scripture.
  • Maramataka (Lectionary) / Themes, Readings & Seasons.
  • Additional Resources.

HIMENE & WAIATA: 22-23 SEPTEMBER

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  • Full Immersion Te Reo (safe & welcoming environment).
  • Himene & Waiata for key occasions.
  • Chants & Canticles.
  • Lyric Background & Explanations.
  • Additional Resources.

KARAKIA: 20-21 OCTOBER

  • Background, Tikanga, & Practice.
  • Tikanga Karakia (Liturgies).
  • Inoi (Collects) & Karakia for various occasions.
  • Kakahu (Vestments) & Taonga a Karakia (Liturgical Resources).
  • Key Contexts.
  • Additional Resources.

TE HAKARI TAPU: 17-18 NOVEMBER

  • Background, Tikanga, & Practice.
  • Tikanga Karakia (Liturgies).
  • Kakahu (Vestments), Taonga a Karakia (Liturgical Resources), & Tohu (Symbols).
  • Performing the Hakari Tapu (Liturgics).
  • Additional Resources.