Tongan

Laumalie Ma’oni’oni ha’ele mai | Come Holy Spirit

Tongan is the main language spoken in the Kingdom of Tonga. There are also large diaspora Tongan communities in New Zealand, and to a lesser degree Australia.

Ko e Lotu Faka-Penitekosi | A Pentecost Collect

‘E ‘Otua, na’a ke akonaki’i ‘a e loto ‘a ho kakai angatonu ‘i ho’o fekau kiate kinautolu ‘a e maama ‘o ho Laumalie Ma’oni’oni; ke ke tuku ke ma’u ‘e kimautolu, ‘i he Laumalie ko ia, ‘a e poto mo’oni ‘i he ngaahi me’a kotoa pe, mo mau fiefia ma’u ai pe ‘i he’ene fiemalie ma’oni’oni; ‘i he ‘aonga lelei ‘o Kalaisi Sisu ko homau Fakamo’ui, ‘a ia ‘oku mo’ui mo pule mo koe ‘i he feohi ‘o e Laumalie ko ia, ko e ‘Otua pe taha ‘i he maama ta’engata. ‘AMENI.

A Zealand Prayer Book / He Karakia Mihinare o Aotearoa has various parts of the liturgy available in Tongan. You can access it electronically here. There are also additional resources here, including this Tongan version of Jesus Culture’s “Holy Spirit.”

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