ministering the gospel through kapa haka
Ko tēnei tō mātou kapahaka Roopu ko Te Ohomairangi!
The name of our kapa haka roopu, Te Ohomairangi means ‘Awaken the Heavens’. The name was inspired by an instrument the Pūtātara also known as Ohomairangi. The Pūtātara is a maori trumpet, in the Word the trumpet was blown to bring down the walls of Jericho so that the army of God could capture the city. Our purpose is to encourage and inspire our people with waiata and haka releasing God’s presence into our community and breaking down walls of oppression.
Practices are held after Sunday morning services 12.30pm on the second and fourth Sundays of each month.
If interested in getting involved contact Mereana Vaka on 022 039 8997 or email@example.com.