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Ko Tātou, Tātou - We are one: Order of Service

Please find attached the order of service for tomorrow’s National Remembrance Service.

[Scoop note: The service begins at 10am on Friday 29 March, although regional events may begin before the live stream. More info:

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29 MARCH 2019
ORDER OF SERVICE
Ōtautahi Christchurch

KARANGA
Ngāi Tūāhuriri (Ngāi Tahu)

PLEASE STAND for the arrival of the Official Party

ARRIVAL OF THE OFFICIAL PARTY
MC – Julian Wilcox
Chief Operating Officer - Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu

MIHI WHAKATAU
Dr Te Maire Tau
Ūpoko, Ngāi Tūāhuriri (Ngāi Tahu)PLEASE BE SEATED

WORDS OF WELCOME
The Honourable Lianne Dalziel
Mayor of Christchurch

WAIATA
Performed by Marlon Williams

MUSLIM INVOCATION – DU’A

INTRODUCTION
Shaggaf Khan
President of the Muslim Association of Canterbury

ADDRESS
Farid Ahmed
Survivor of Al Noor Mosque terrorist attack

ADDRESS
Dr Mustafa Farouk
President of the Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand

READING OF THE NAMES
Read by members of the Muslim community with the Christchurch Interfaith Society standing in support.

MUSICAL PERFORMANCE
Performed by Yusuf Islam / Cat Stevens

MUSLIM INVOCATION – D’UA

ADDRESS
Her Excellency The Right Honourable
Dame Patsy Reddy
Governor-General of New Zealand

ADDRESS
The Right Honourable Jacinda Ardern
Prime Minister of New Zealand

MUSICAL PERFORMANCE
Performed by Hollie Smith and Teeks

PLEASE STAND for the National Anthem

THE NATIONAL ANTHEM
Performed by Maisey Rika

E Ihowā Atua,
O ngā iwi mātou rā
Āta whakarangona;
Me aroha noa
Kia hua ko te pai;
Kia tau tō atawhai;
Manaakitia mai
Aotearoa
Ōna mano tāngata
Kiri whero, kiri mā,
Iwi Māori, Pākehā,
Rūpeke katoa,
Nei ka tono ko ngā hē
Māu e whakaahu kē,
Kia ora mārireAotearoa
God of Nations at Thy feet,
In the bonds of love we meet,
Hear our voices, we entreat,
God defend our free land.
Guard Pacific’s triple star
From the shafts of strife and war,
Make her praises heard afar,
God defend New Zealand.
Men of every creed and race,
Gather here before Thy face,
Asking Thee to bless this place,
God defend our free land.
From dissension, envy, hate,
And corruption guard our state,
Make our country good and great,
God defend New Zealand.
PLEASE BE SEATED

MIHI WHAKAKAPI
Dr Te Maire Tau
Ūpoko, Ngāi Tūāhuriri (Ngāi Tahu)

WAIATA – HE HŌNORE
He hōnore he korōria
Maungarongo ki te whenua
Whakaaro pai e
Ki ngā tāngata katoa
Ake ake ake ake āmine
Te Atua, te piringa, tōku oranga.

THE DEPARTURE
PLEASE STAND for the departure of the Official Party

IN REMEMBRANCE

Ahmed Gamal Eldin Mohamed Abdel Ghany
Osama Adnan Yousef Abukwaik
Husna Ahmed
Syed Areeb AhmedFarhaj Ahsan
Mohsen Mohammed Al-Harbi
Ashraf Ali
Ashraf Ali
Syed Jahandad Ali
Ansi Karippakulam Alibava
Hussein Al-Umari
Linda Susan Armstrong
Muse Nur Awale
Zakaria Bhuiya
Kamel Moh’d Kamal Kamel Darwish
Ata Mohammad Ata Elayyan
Ali Mah’d Abdullah Elmadani
Abdukadir Elmi
Mohammad Omar Faruk
Mucaad Ibrahim
Junaid Ismail
Amjad Kasem Hamid
Lilik Abdul Hamid
MD Mojammel Hoq
Ozair Kadir
Mohammed Imran Khan
Maheboob Allarakha Khokhar
Haroon Mahmood
Sayyad Ahmad Milne
Mohamad Moosid Mohamedhosen
Muhammad Haziq Mohd-Tarmizi
Hussein Mohamed Khalil Moustafa
Haji Mohemmed Daoud Nabi
Tariq Rashid Omar
Musa Vali Suleman Patel
Abdelfattah Qasem
Ashraf El-Moursy Ragheb
Matiullah Safi
Muhammad Abdus Samad
Muhammad Suhail Shahid
Mounir Soliman
Khaled Mwafak Alhaj-Mustafa
Hamza Khaled Alhaj-Mustafa
Ghulam Hussain
Karam Bibi
Mohammad Zeshan Raza
Naeem Rashid
Talha Naeem
Arif Mohamedali Vohra
Ramiz Arifbhai Vora

THE MEANING BEHIND THIS DESIGN
Ngāi Tahu master carver and artist Fayne Robinson has created an artwork for the National Remembrance Service based on the mangōpare (hammerhead shark) symbol, which signifies unity, strength, courage and determination. Green represents Islam, and also signifies pounamu (greenstone) which is found only in the South Island of Aotearoa. In the context of the National Remembrance Service in Ōtautahi, the two mangōpare reflect our communities coming together as one.
We are one and we will be forever connected.
Ko tātou, tātou.

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