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Te Piri Poho

Creative Projects


Video Resources

A Message of Divestment

Produced by Rev'd Jacynthia Murphy

The Anglican Indigenous Network’s four part “Prophetic Indigenous Voices on the Planetary Crisis” sparked a worldwide Anglican response connecting many of its participants to participate in various subsequent projects.

Native Voices Speaking to the Church and the World

Winter Talk 2022 of the Episcopal Church in the USA.

The Episcopal Church Office of Indigenous Ministries produced this film and it is used with permission from Rev. Dr. Bradley S. Hauff, Missioner for Indigenous Ministries.

Prophetic Indigenous Voices on the Planetary Crisis – Aotearoa and Polynesia

A collaboration between the Anglican Indigenous Network (AIN), Anglican Communion Environmental Network (ACEN) & the Anglican Alliance (AA) grew out of an ACEN statement released in 2020 on environmental racism.

Trauma and Theology Conference

Dr Karen O’Donnell, produced by Scott Parekohwai and Grace Cox

In June 2023, St. John’s Theological College, Trinity Methodist Theological College, and the Centre for Theology and Public Issues at Otago University, jointly hosted a two-day ‘Trauma and Theology Conference.’ This conference was led by Dr Karen O’Donnell, a specialist in theology and trauma, and Director of Studies at Wescott House, Cambridge, UK.


During the conference, participants were invited to share some of their reflections on what they had heard at the ‘Trauma and theology,’ and ‘Trauma and liturgies’ sessions. These reflections were filmed, with participants permission, and have been developed into a short film clip by two of our St. John’s College students, Scott Parekowhai and Grace Cox. This production is provided to give you an overall impression of the significant work that was covered in this invaluable conference.

Nga mihi ki a koutou to all those who agreed to share their reflections with us. Nga mihi ki a koe e Dr Karen O’Donnell for leading us on this deep dive into the field of trauma theology and trauma and liturgy.

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Kumu Hinaleimoana Wong

"Long ago, four extraordinary individuals of dual male and female spirit brought the healing arts from Tahiti to Hawaii. The name of their leader was Kapaemahu. Beloved by the people for their gentle ways and miraculous cures, they imbued four giant boulders with their powers. The stones still stand on what is now Waikiki Beach, but the true story behind them has been hidden – until now."


The Third Order Society of St. Francis

The video will cover sections related to walking through moral complicity, standing with the Indigenous Peoples, the idea of ecological wholeness and then moving out of a place of fear and into hope and the question of ‘do we matter?’  It does not prescribe or preach.  The whole projection is one of the mutuality and implicit harmony of all creation. This video will close with the Māori whakatauki or proverb: “Nau te rourou, naku te rourou, ka ora te iwi - with your basket and my basket, the people will live"

Doctrine of Discovery

produced by Rev Canon Ginny Doctor and Archbishop Mark MacDonald & the Indigenous Anglican Church of Canada.

This film is one of the responses of the Anglican Church’s Primate’s Commission on Discovery, Reconciliation and Justice.  The purpose of this film is to respond to the calls to action by helping to provide education and insight into the racist foundations of many of our property and other laws still in existence to this day.

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