Anglican General Synod

Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia

Te Hahi Mihinare ki Aotearoa ki Niu Tireni, ki Nga Moutere o Te Moana Nui a Kiwa

ANGLICAN MĀORI DIOCESE OF WAIPOUNAMU

Bishop

The Right Reverend Richard Wallace
Postal Address: PO Box 10086, Phillipstown, Christchurch 8145
Tel: 03 389 1683 (Office), Fax: 03 389 0912

Email reception@waipounamu.org.nz

Vicar General

The Venerable Mabel Grennell

The Archdeacons of Te Waipounamu

The Venerable Mabel Grennell

The Venerable Hannah Pomare

The Venerable Mere Wallace

The Venerable Harvey Ruru

Archdeacon Emeritus

The Venerable Philip Charles
The Venerable Andy Joseph
The Venerable Miki Thompson

Clerical Canons

The Reverend Canon Bella Morrell

The Reverend Canon Gladys Taingahue

The Reverend Canon Kevin Thompson

The Reverend Canon Wharekawa Kaa

The Reverend Canon Turi Coleman

Canon Emeritus

The Reverend N Peipi Te-Pou

Lay Canons

Mrs Wyn Ehau

Chaplains

The Venerable Hannah Pomare; Dunedin and Wakari Hospital

The Venerable Philip Charles; Dunedin and Wakari Hospital

The Reverend Canon Bella Morrell; Dunedin and Wakari Hospital

The Venerable Mabel Grennell; Wairau Hospital

The Venerable Miki Thompson; Kew Hospital

The Reverend Helen Gray; Christchurch Public, Burwood, Christchurch Women’s

EDUCATIONAL

Te Whare Wananga o Te Waipounamu
Office: 290 Ferry Road, Christchurch 8011
Postal Address: PO Box 10086, Phillipstown, Christchurch 8145
Tel: 03 389 1683 (Office), Fax: 03 389 0912

Kaiwhakamana

Vacant

Email: kaiwhakamana@waipounamu.org.nz

Kaihautu

The Reverend Sarah McGregor

Email: kaihautu@waipounamu.org.nz

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