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Church celebrates culture

Saturday August 25, 2018 Written by Published in Culture
Cultural dancers from the Celebration church’s 2017 annual Te Atua Mou which will take place again this Sunday. 18082449 Cultural dancers from the Celebration church’s 2017 annual Te Atua Mou which will take place again this Sunday. 18082449

The second annual Te Atua Mou Dance, drumming and song cultural event will be held this weekend at the Celebration Church, opposite the airport.

 

The event is a celebration of the positive aspects of the Cook Islands God-given culture, says Celebration Church pastor Jonathan Cargill.

“We believe God has blessed the Cook Islands with an incredible culture that can bring joy and celebration, and the church should be able to bring glory to God through the expression of dance, drums, singing and more.”

The church holds regular dance and drum classes throughout the year and all of the performers who will feature on Sunday are connected to the church in some way.

The public are invited to the cultural celebration which will start at 10am and finish with a kai kai.