Thank you to Windsor Park Baptist Church for creating this resource, which we are reproducing each day with permission. It was originally made as a booklet by WindsorCreative with visual identity adapted from reomaori.co.nz resources. Click here for an introduction to Māori Language Week.

Rahīna | Monday

He honore he kororia kite Atua

He maungarongo kite whenua

He whakaaro pai ki nga tangata katoa

Hanga e te Atua he ngakau hou

Ki rota ki tena, ki tena o matou Whakatongia

to Wairua Tapu

Hei awhina, hei tohutohu

Mo tenei ra

Ake, ake, ake

Āmine


Honour and glory to God

Peace on earth

Good will to all mankind

Lord develop a new heart

Inside all of us

Seed your Holy Spirit

Help us, guide us

For this day

Forever and ever

Amen


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