He waka eke noa – naaku te rourou, naau te rourou, ka ora ai te iwi.
Resourcing each other empowers each other to grow.
Faith invites us to ground ourselves in our founding stories – biblical, theological, Presbyterian – exploring their riches and growing in confidence in the gospel.
Community invites us to listen closely to God among us and to one another, build bridges, grow in understanding, care deeply and wisely, and live courageously – together.
Witness invites us to let the Spirit blow us into our communities. As we pay attention to our contexts, listen to our neighbourhoods, embrace diversity of culture and perspective, leave and return, give and receive, we become the good news of the Gospel.
Leadership invites us to follow in the footsteps of Christ, inspired by the Spirit – accompanied, imagining, humble, wondering, insightful, learning, mentoring, growing, prayerful, renewed.
Innovation invites us to journey into the future mindful of our past, attuned to the realities and possibilities of our world, nurturing succeeding generations, hopeful, Reforming while rooted in Christ.