Article Title:Destiny's Enough is Enough rally: Event details
Category:Features
Author or Credit:Destiny/Scoop
Published on:9th August 2004 - 12:00 pm
Published by:GayNZ.com
Story ID:359
Text:The final agenda for Destiny Church's Monday 23 August 2004 anti-Civil Unions gathering at Parliament has been announced. The proceedings will start at 10.15am at Wellington's Civic Square, with live entertainment while the crowd assembles. At 11.20am the gathering will leave Civic Square and march to Parliament via Lambton Quay. A 200-man Kapa Haka group is scheduled welcome officials and church leaders onto Parliament grounds followed by the New Zealand National Anthem. According to Destiny those scheduled to speak outside Parliament include event Kaumatua Pastor Manuel Renata, Trevor Yaxley (Director of Lifeway Ministries), Pastor Paul de Jong (Senior Minister of CLCA), Pastor Tavale Matai'a (Senior Minister of Word of Life Church), Pastor Brian Tamaki (Senior Minister of Destiny Churches), Ewen McQueen (Leader of Christian Heritage NZ) and Richard Lewis (Leader of the Destiny NZ political party). "Our aim is to defend the institution of marriage and uphold common sense standards of living for the sake of our children and the generations to come. It's going to be a significant event", said Tamaki. Destiny/Scoop - 9th August 2004    
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