From TUIA Anglican General Synod Office, PO Box 87188. Meadowbank, Auckland 1742. 09-5214439
The Anglican Church, working with ecumenical partners, are planning extensive 2014 celebrations including holding a Christmas Day service to mark the 200th anniversary of the first church service held in New Zealand, held by Reverend Samuel Marsden at Oihi Bay on 25 December 1814. They have setup a website where you can track their plans as they develop; www.gospel2014.org.
Click above for further news of the Oihi site.
The REPORT is released: (4 April 2014)
Sir Anand Satyanand, Chair, speaks about the Commission:
Submissions are to submitted in writing, (by June 1, 2013) in the first instance to The Ma Whea? Commission,
c/- The General Secretary, PO Box 87-188, Meadowbank, Auckland, 1742, or firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: the last day for receiving submissions to be considered in the report of the Commission is June 1, 2013!!
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