About Me

@RevChrisHuriwaiName: Christopher William Owen Gerney Douglas-Huriwai (flash Maori name, eh.)

Year of birth: 1987.

No whea: Ngai Te Rangi, Ngati Porou.

My Mahi: Minita-a-Iwi, Non-stipendiary Priest.

My Whanau: Sharlene, we have been married since 2008 and she has enjoyed every second of it.

Baptised: By The Ven. Turi Hollis, Christchurch.

Confirmed: By Bishop John R. K. Gray, Christchurch

Ordained: Deacon on Gaudete Sunday 2011 by Bishop Te Kitohi Pikaahu & Bishop Jim White at the Church of Holy Sepulchre, Auckland; Priest on Sunday 17th November 2013 by Archbishop William Brown Turei at St. Mary’s Church, Tikitiki.

Favourite Scripture: Romans 12:15 – I like the entire chapter, but this verse really sums up the calling.

Best Non-Fiction Book: Salvation, Bell Hooks; Being a Deacon Today, Rosalind Brown.

Favourite Album: Based on a True Story by Fat Freddy’s Drop. Memories of summer, beaches, friends and good times.

Interests: Gaming, Blogging, Spirituality, Maori Development.

Mahi: Kaiwhakamana Rangatahi ki Te Pihopatanga o te Tairawhiti

Favourite websites

Huffington Post – News is whats I do!

Ship of Fools – A space for Church Nerds.

Sed Angli – I especially like their ‘Decently Habited’ posts.

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2 Responses to About Me

  1. Brother Tom says:

    Hello, Chris! I am happy to have found your blog and twitter addresses. I have enjoyed reading and feel that I know you a little bit better. I pray that your Lenten observance is proving useful and fulfilling for you, and that your Holy Week will be blessed.

    Brother Tom+ OPA

  2. chrishuriwai says:

    Brother Tom! Fantastic to hear from you! I am not really a regular blogger, but if an issue takes me then I will write about that, usually I will post at least once a month if not more often.

    This Lent proved to be one of the best I can remember, the focused nature of the OPA Postulant Class really allowed me to concentrate and therefore be more present during this past lent.

    I hope this comment finds you and yours well and you remain daily in my prayers.

    Chris.

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