100 years ago, one man founded a new faith that gave hope to thousands of Māori reeling from land losses, disease, and war.
Tahupōtiki Wiremu Rātana’s powerful message of peace fused Christianity with Māori self-determination promised by the Treaty of Waitangi. The church and community he established still thrive today.
This mini-exhibition gives visibility and voice to the musical, cultural, and artistic heritage of the iwi
iwitribeMāori | Noun Mōrehu, Rātana followers.
I roto i ngā pungarehu o ngā tini parekura o tērā rautau ka kite i te whakaputanga mai o te Kaiwhakaora. Ko ia i tangihia ai i roto i ngā kupu whakaari tapu ā ō tātou mātua tūpuna.
Karanga ana te reo i roto i aua rā, whakakotahi ki Te Paipera Tapu, hei muri ka hāpai i te Tiriti o Waitangi me te mana motuhake o te iwi Māori. Mō reanga hou e hiko ai te whakakotahi nei.