We went to the local church service at a beautiful old church. There were about 80 parishioners present. The choir stood in pews to one side at the front of the church, comprised of local men and women, who sang their hearts out. The harmonisations were lovely. The service was explained in English but spoken a and sung in Cook Island Maori. Some of the women wore beautiful locally made white hats and Island style dresses. afterwards we were invited to a lovely plentiful morning tea with many local fruits and delicacies with the welcoming locals who shared lots of information and hopes about the future of their church with us.
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