In Tongan

Greetings

Grace and peace
to you from God.
God fill you
with truth and joy.

Ke ’iate kimoutolu ’a e melino mo e
kelesi ’a e ’Otua
Ke fakaf onu kimoutolu ’e he ’Otua
i he mo’oni mo a fiefia.

The Lord be with you.
The Lord bless you.

Ke ’iate kimoutolu ’a e ’Eiki.
Pea ke ’afio foki ’iate koe.

This is the day which the
Lord has made.
Let us rejoice
and be glad in it.

Ko e ’aho ’eni na’e ngaahi ’e he ’Eiki.

Ke tau fiefia mo nekeneka ai.

The Kyries

Lord, have mercy.
God fill you
Christ, have mercy.

’Eiki ’alo’ofa mai.
Kalaisi ’alo’ofa mai.
’Eiki ’alo ’of a mai.

The Absolution

Through the cross
of Christ
God have mercy on you,
pardon you
and set you free.
Know that you
are forgiven
and be at peace.
God strengthen you
in all goodness
and keep you
in life eternal.
Amen.

’Ihe kolosi ’o Kalaisi ko Hotau Fakamo ’ui. Ke fakamolemole’i ai ’e he ’Otua kimoutolu, pea mo fakatau’ataina, pea ke mou ’ilo kuo f akamolemole’i kimoutolu, pe ke ’fate kimoutolu ’a a melino. Ke fakamalohi kotoa kimoutolu ’e he ’Otua ’aki ’a a angalelei kotoa pe, pea ke tauhi kimoutolu ki he mo’ui ta’engata.
’Ameni.

At the Prayers of the People

During the prayers any of the
following may be used.

Lolotonga ’oku fai
e ngaahi lotu ke fai


AFTER THANKSGIVING
HILI MOE LOTU FAKAFETA’I

For your love
and goodness
we give you thanks,
O God.

Koe’uhi ko ho’o ’of a mo ho’ angalelei.

’Oku mau fakafeta’i ki ho’o ’afio
’e ’Otua.

Let us bless the Lord.
Thanks be to God.

Ke tau fakahikihiki’i ’a a ’Eiki.
Fakefeta’i kiate koe ’e ’Otua.

Give thanks to our God
who is gracious
whose mercy endures
for ever.

Ke tau fakafeta’i ki he ’Eiki angalelei.

Ko ’ene ’alo’ofa ’oku ta’engata.

AFTER INTERCESSION
HILI ’A E LOTU HUFAKI

God of love
grant our prayer.

’Eiki ’alo’ofa e
Tali ’emau lotu.

God of grace
you hear our prayer.

’Eiki a fanongo mai.
’Eiki a fanongo mai ki he’emau
lotu.

Lord, in your mercy
hear our prayer.

’Eiki a ’i ho’o ’ofa.
Fanongo mai ki he’emau lotu.

Lord, hear our prayer
and let our cry
come to you.

Eiki a fanongo mai ki he’emau lotu.
Pea tuku ke au ’emau tangi
kiate Koe.

The Peace

Ko e Melino

All standing, the presiding priest
says to the people

Tu’u katoa, pea ’e fakaafe’i leva
O"e he Taula’eiki ’a a kakai ke nau
fe’iloaki ’i he melino ’i he anga maheni
fakafonua’o nautolu mo lea pehe.

The peace of Christ
be always with you.
And also with you.

Ke ’iate koe ma’u pe ’a e melino ’a
Kalaisi.
Pea ke afio foki ’iate koe.

The people and presiding priest
may exchange a sign of peace
according to local custom.

Pea koe fetongi pe ia ’e he Taula’eiki
mo a kakai ’a e faka’ilonga ’o e melino.

Brothers and sisters,
we are the body of Christ.

Fanga tokoua mo a tuofafine.
Ko kitautolu ko a sino is ’o Kalaisi.

By one Spirit we were
baptised into one body.

I he Laumalie pe taha na’e papitaiso
ai kitautolu ki he Sino pe taha ko ia.

Keep the unity of the Spirit
in the bond of peace.

Tauhi a Laumalie ko ia pe taha ’i he
no’o ’o a melino.

Amen. We are bound
by the love of Christ.

’Ameni. ’Oku tau no’ o taha pe ’i
he’ofa ’a Kalaisi.

At the Preparation of the Gifts

The presiding priest may say

Pea ’e lea pehe ’e he Taula’eiki

To you, Lord, belongs the greatness, and the power, and the glory, and the victory and the majesty.

’E’Eiki’oku’o’ou’a a malohi, mo a ivi, mo a naunau, mo a ikuna, pea mo e pule.

All that is in the heavens and the earth is yours, and of your own we give you.

Ko e ngaahi me’a kotoa pe ’i hevani pea mo mamani, ’oku ’a’au ia, pea ’oku mau ’atu pe kiate koe ’a e ngaahi me’a ’oku ’a’au.

At the Great Thanksgiving

The Lord is here.
God’s Spirit is with us.

’Oku ’afio ’ae Eiki ’i heni.
Ko a Laumalie ’oe ’Otua ’oku ’iate
kitautolu.

Lift up your hearts.
We lift them to the Lord.

Hiki hake ho mou loto ki Hevani.
’A ia oku ’i ai ’ae kololia mo a pule
’a Kalaisi.

Let us give thanks
to the Lord our God.
It is right to offer
thanks and praise.

Ke tau fakafeta’i ki he ’Eiki ko
hotau ’Otua.
’Oku tau mo totonu aupito ke tau
fakamalo mo fakahikihiki.

Holy, holy, holy Lord,
God of power and might,
heaven and earth
are full of your glory.
Hosanna in the highest.

Ma’oni’oni, Ma’oni’oni, ’oku
Ma’oni’oni ’a e ’Eiki ’o e ngaahi
kau tau,
’oku fonu ’a hevani mo mamani ’i
ho naunau.
Hosana ki ’olunga.

The following may be used.

Blessed is he who comes
in the name of the Lord.
Hosanna in the highest.

’Oku monu’ia la ’oku haele mai
i’he huafa ’oe Eiki.
Hosana ’i ’olunga.

Glory to you,
Lord Christ;
your death
we show forth;
your resurrection
we proclaim;
your coming
we await;
Amen!
Come Lord Jesus.

Kololia kiate koe ’e Kalaisi

ko ho’o pekia ’oku mau fakaha atu

ko ho’o Toefu’u
’Oku mau fakamafola’i;
ko ho’ o ha’ ele mai ’oku mau Teu’ i
Ameni! Ha’ele mai Eiki Sisu.

Blessing, honour
and glory be yours,
here and everywhere,
now and for ever. Amen.

Ko e Kelesi, naunau mo e Kololia ’Oku a’au is ’i heni pea, Ta’efakangata ngata mei he taimi ’ni, pea ta’e ngata, Ameni.

At the Communion

’Ihe Taimi Feohianga
Ma’oni’oni

THE LORD’S PRAYER
KOE LOTU ’AE EIKI

As Christ teaches us,
we pray

Na’e ako’i kitautolu ’e he ’Eiki ke tau
ka to to pea tau pehe

Our Father in heaven,
hallowed be your name,
your kingdom come,
your will be done,
on earth as in heaven.
Give us today
our daily bread.
Forgive us our sins
as we forgive those
who sin against us.
Save us
from the time of trial
and deliver us from evil.

For the kingdom,
the power,
and the glory are yours
now and for ever. Amen.

Ko’ emau Tamai ’ oku ’ i hevani
Ke tapuha ho Huafa,
Ke hoko mai ho pule’anga,
Ke fai ho fingalo ’i mamani,
’O hange ko ia ’i Hevani.
Pea foaki mai kiate kimautolu he
’aho
ni ha’ a mau me’ akai.

Pea fakamolemole ’emau ngaahi angahala, ’O hange ko ’emau fakamolemole ’a kinautolu ’oku fai angahala mai kiate kimautolu. ’Oua na’ake tuku ’a kimautolu ki he ’ahi’ahi, ka ke fakahaofi ’a kimautolu mei he kovi. He ’oku ’O’ou ’a a pule’anga, pea mo e malohi, mo a Kololia, ’o ta’engata pea ta’engata. ’Ameni.

The priest breaks the bread.

Silence may be kept.

E pakipaki ’ae ma ’ehe Taula’eiki.

Fakalongolongo.

We break this bread to share in the body of Christ.

Ko a ma ’oku tau pakipaki ni, ’ikai
koa ko is is ’oku tau ma’u ’inasi ai ’i
he Sino ’o Kalaisi.

We who are many are one
body, for we all share the
one bread.

Neongo ’oku tau tokolahi, ka ’oku
tau ma’u ’inasi ko toa pe ai.

Lamb of God, you take
away the sin of the world,
have mercy on us.
Lamb of God, you take
away the sin of the world,
have mercy on us.
Lamb of God, you take
away the sin of the world,
grant us your peace.

’E Lami ’a e ’Otua ’a is ’oku ne ’ave
’a e angahala ’a mamani,
’alo’ofa mai kiate kimautolu.
’E Lami ’a e ’Otua ’a ia ’oku ne ’ave
’a e angahala ’a mamani,
’alo’ofa mai kiate kimautolu.
’E Lami ’a e ’Otua ’a ia ’oku ne ’ave
’a e angahala ’a mamani,
tuku kiate kimautolu ’a ho ’o melino.

The Invitation

The priest may say

Pea lea pehe ’a e Taula’eiki

Draw near and receive the body and blood of our Saviour Jesus Christ in remembrance that he died for us.
Let us feed on him in our hearts by faith with thanksgiving.

Mou ’unu’unu mai ’o ma’u e Sino mo e Ta’ata ’a Hotau ’Eiki ko Sisu Kalaisi pea mou manatu’i na’e pekia ’a Kalaisi ma’a moutolu. To’o ’eni ’o kai mo ma’u ia ’i hotau laumalie ’i he tui moe fakafeta’i.

The body of Christ
given for you.

Ko e Sino eni ’o Kalaisi kuo foaki atu
ma ’au.

The blood of Christ
shed for you.

Ko e Ta’ata’a eni ’o Kalaisi kuo lilingi
atu ma’au.

Or

Pe Pehe

The body of our Lord Jesus Christ which was given for you.

Ko e Sino eni ’o hotau ’Eiki ko Sisu Kalaisi kuo foaki atu ma’au.

The blood of our Lord Jesus Christ which was shed for you.

Ko e Ta’ata’a eni ’o hotau ’Eiki ko Sisu Kalaisi kuo lilingi atu ma’au.

Or

Pe Pehe

The body of Christ
keep you in eternal life.

Ko e Sino eni ’o Kalaisi kene tauhi koe
he mo’ui ta’engata.

The blood of Christ
keep you in eternal life.

Ko a Ta’ata’a eni ’o Kalaisi kene tauhi
koe ki he mo’ui ta’engata.

The communicant may respond
each time

Koia ’oku ne ma’u ke ne tall ’Ameni
ma’u pe.

Amen.

At the Dismissal

Tapuaki

The congregation is sent out
with these words

Ke fakatutuku atu a Kainga Iota ’o pehe

Go now to love and serve the Lord. Go in peace.

Mou ’alu atu ’i he melino, pea ’of a mo tauhi ki he ’eiki.

Amen.
We go in the name
of Christ.

’Ameni.
e mau ’alu ’i he huafa ’o Kalaisi.

A Blessing in Tongan

Ko a melino ’ae ’Otua
’a is ’oku lahi hake i he ilo kotoa pe tu’u ke ma’u homou loto’
mo homou laumalie,’ia Kalaisi Sisu ko hotau Eiki,
pea ko a tapuaki ’ae ’Otua Mafimafi,
ko a Tamai, mo a Alo, pea mo a Laumalie Ma’oni’oni,
ke ’iate Kimoutolu he taimi ni
pea ta’engata.
’Ameni.

A New Zealand Prayer Book | He Karakia Mihinare o Aotearoa

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