MINISTRY WANANGA: 2018

Registrations for the first wananga will open in the new year. Please email any queries regarding Ministry Wananga to sharlene@tairawhiti.org.nz

WANANGA VENUE

Wananga for 2018 will be held variously around the rohe and at Te Rau College, 9 Temple St, Turanga.

TIME

All Wananga will run 6PM on the starting date to 3:30PM on the end date.

Dates for each wananga and any exceptions to time will be confirmed in advance.

ACCOMMODATION

Generally Marae style at Te Rau College or elsewhere unless otherwise advised.

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.
  • All ordained in the last two years.

MINISTRY RETREATS
NORTH: 9-11 FebruarY
Turanga + Whangara + Ngati Porou
SOUTH: 23-25 FEBRUARY
WAIROA + MATAU A MAUI + WAIPAWA

  • Sharpening Discernment.
  • Revitalizing Vocation.
  • Sustaining Service.
  • Strengthening Faith & Ministry
  • Worship, Prayer & Meditation.
  • Whanaungatanga.

Te Aranga/Easter MINISTRY Wananga: 29 March-1 April

  • Background, Theology underpinning Holy Week/Great Triduum/Easter.
  • Observances: Liturgy and Traditions
  • Practical Tools & Skills.
  • Additional Resources.

Te Reo For Ministry: 18-19 May

  • Karakia and Reo for key occasions.
  • Whakatauki, Tauparapara & Scripture for key occasions.
  • Examination of key reo examples in Liturgy.
  • Practical Resources and Skills.
  • Additional Resources.

General KARAKIA: 8-9 June

  • Background & Theology.
  • Morning, Evening, in the home & key occasions.
  • Practical tools & skills.
  • Additional Resources.

Mihinaretanga: 10-11 August

  • History, Whakapapa, & Tikanga.
  • Common core marks of being Mihinare / Anglican.
  • Being Mihinare in Aotearoa / Te Tairawhiti.
  • Distinctive Liturgies, Kakahu (Vestments), Taonga a Karakia (Liturgical Resources), & Tohu (Symbols).
  • Additional Resources.

KARAKIA WAIRUA MINISTRY WANANGA: 12-13 October

  • Tikanga & Practice.
  • Time w/ firsthand practitioners.
  • "Tuturu" v "Karaitiana"
  • Practical tools & skills.
  • Additional Resources.

Ministry Retreat: 16-18 November

  • Sharpening Discernment.
  • Revitalizing Vocation.
  • Sustaining Service.
  • Strengthening Faith & Ministry
  • Worship, Prayer & Meditation.
  • Whanaungatanga.