APOSTOLIC COUNCIL AOTEAROA

The ONE Party Apostolic Council (Taumata) are a group of seasoned Christian leaders from many denominations and ministries from all around the nation representative of the five fold ministry.

These leaders are selected, commissioned, and approved by the Party Leaders and National Executive with their purpose and function to ensure accountability for all levels of leadership and provide spiritual oversight, guidance, and where required, corrective discipline.

“Like a muddied spring or a polluted well are the righteous who give way to the wicked” 
Proverbs 25:26

Ps Te Hurihanga Rihari

Te Hurihanga is the Kaumatua for the Apostolic Council Aotearoa and the ONE Party. He lives in Kaikohe, is married and is a senior Pastor for Te Kupu Ministries NZ.

Ps Steven Campbell

Ko Hikurangi te maunga, Ko Waiapu te awa, Ko Tuwhakairiora te marae, Ko Horouta te waka, Ko Ngati Porou te iwi, Ko Te Houkamau te tangata, Ko Tipene ahau, No reira, tena koutou, tena koutou, tena koutou katoa

Ps Steven Campbell is the Chairman for the Apostolic Council Aotearoa. He has worked in the transport industry driving trucks and buses in the '70s and '80s and eventually owned his own taxi business and Super Shuttle Airport Transport Franchise. In 1990 he changed his career pathway and achieved an Introduction to Social Work Certificate at A.I.T., Auckland. From there he pursued a career in Social Work and landed my first role as a Whanau Counsellor at a Boys Home in West Auckland and then in South Auckland in a fulltime live-in position for 3 years as a House Parent.

Steven then worked as an Iwi Support Worker in Mental Health in the Far North for Ngati kahu Social Services 5 years. Currently he works in Forensic Psychiatry Kaupapa Maori unit for the W.D.H.B., and has worked there for 15 years.

He has been involved with the local churches in Auckland for the past 35 years, and presently the Senior Pastor at City Gate Church, Auckland.

Steven wants to see a righteous change in this beautiful land of Aotearoa for Tangata whenua and other Nations for his children, mokopuna, and great mokopuna. Now is the time to make a stand.

 Carolyn Shanly

Carolyn is married with two children and one granddaughter. She was raised on the Mahurangi Harbour and is now based in Auckland. Carolyn has worked in Advertising and is a trained Graphic Designer and artist.

'History belongs to the intercessors, those who believe and pray the future into being' Walter Wink.