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 St Saviour's 

The Anglican Chapel of St Saviour's in Princess Street, Waitara was built in 1927.

The Maori Mission was at this time under the direction of the Auckland Maori Church. Reverend K. Hadfield was largely responsible for raising the funds required to construct the chapel.

In the 1970s Reverend Kaa travelled from Te Kuiti every 3rd Sunday to conduct services. It's not known how frequently services are held at present.

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Meet Our Missioners

Rev Elizabeth Greville

Mihana Tamariki / Mokopuna

With her extensive knowledge in catechism training and her passion for sharing all things Anglican Liz has a real knack when it comes to engaging with our youth. 

Aspirations for our Amorangi?
That the joy, breadth and depth of Anglicanism be understood and made available to all.

Eli Jacob Tapine

Kaiwhakamana Rangatahi

Eli has been in the role of rangatahi enabler since March of 2019. "leading our youth into a growing relationship with Jesus is the goal. Helping them believe that are not simply the “future” leaders of the church, but guiding and encouraging them to the realization that they become leaders of the church today".  

Aspirations for our Amorangi?

That we as mihinare continue to inspire and help grow, nurture and teach all people who want to learn of his greatness, and to help lay a solid foundation for the next generation of mihinare.

Rev Patricia Aranui-Sisley

Mihana Awhina ki te tonga

Archdeacon Reverend Pat Sisley is our missioner responsible for delivering ministry training to all our Priests, clergy and vestry members who reside in the Southern parts of our Amorangi. Te Ūpoko o te ika, Te Wairarapa, Kapiti.

Aspirations for our Amorangi? 

To grow together in Christ. This will require us all to put
Christ at the forefront of everything we do. Christ is our strength.

Rev Marie collin

Mihana Awhina ki te Hauāuru

Reverend Archdeacon Marie Collin is our missioner responsible for delivering ministry training to all our Priests, clergy and vestry members who reside in the Northern parts of our Amorangi. Te Horowhenua, Whanganui, Taranaki, Waiouru

Aspirations for our Amorangi?
To strengthen and continue learning kaupapa Karaitianatanga

Nga Wakahuia

He minita me tōnā rahi kei ngā takiwa o Te Tai Hau-a-uru o Te Ika a Māui te Rongopai e kawe.

Inā e whai ana koe ki ngā kōrero o nga taima  o ngā whakamoemiti kei rō taone, tuku karere mai mā te īmera. Ka whakahokia e mātou i ngā kōrero.

Nga Purongo Korero

New Māori Warden Chaplain finally warranted after 56 years

Rev Bruce Aranga and Linda Olsen

Wainuiomata Māori Wardens Rev Bruce Aranga and Linda Olsen both received their Warrants after being involved with the kaupapa for many decades.




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