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    Presbyterian Maori
    Pastorate

    136 Randwick Road,                          Moera 
     P.O.Box 36032
     Lower Hutt
     New Zealand

    Office & Kitchen
         Ph 04 568 3885

    Marae Bookings




      Committee & Services
      Hirage & Conditions of Use

     
 Te Kakano Church Services

Church Service 
Sundays 10.00am - 11.30am
(Service followed 
with a light lunch)

Cell Group Meetings 
Mondays 

Prayer Sessions
Tuesdays 

Cell Sessions
Thursday 

Music Sessions
Saturday

 


   
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To make a reservation, please fill in the form below with a brief description of your requirements. Once you push the send button this message will be sent to three contact points who will respond soon after that. 

We cater for weddings, birthdays, funerals, unveillings, opening ceremonies, product launches, meetings, conferences, church services, Sunday school, prayer meetings, Maori tikana and Marae experience or noho Marae, training and workshop sessions for example kapahaka, waiata, karakia, whaikorero, karanga, mihi-whakatau, cooking,  music, choir, visits to retirement homes, corrections departments, hospitals. 

We also hold regular Civil Defense meetings and training sessions for emergency preparedness with Marae 
 in the Hutt Valley region and Wellington Regional Councils    

All services and costs will be discussed after our response

For further information please read our hireage and conditions of use... Nga mihi

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Te Kakano O Te Aroha Marae
The fire symbol found on the left side of the wall represents  BURNING BUSH OF MOSES experienced when Moses climbed Mount Sinai with the church motto meaning "burning, but not consumed".
The TAKARANGI SYMBOL in the right of the wall is the three stranded symbol that represents love - Aroha (gold), joy - Koa (white) and peace - Aio (green). The flame above represents its mauri 


Te Kakano O Te Aroha Marae