8 Nov - 7 Dec, 2024

A one-month gathering for those who want a deeper union with Father and one another.

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The Re-Union is a one month gathering in a peaceful place which creates a nurturing environment for us to grow in awareness of God in us and gives us time to be in a place of silence, solitude, and simplicity.

The Re-Union is for people who are experiencing and walking in the Revelation of Father’s love and who have attended ‘A’ and ‘B’ School or INS.

Re-Union will centre around rest, fellowship, teachings, group discussions, fun, and contemplation.

Re-Union Testimonies

How have others experienced the Re-Union? Watch the video below to hear their stories.


Community life is a wonderful way to accelerate learning what it is to be a part of the Body of Christ on Earth.

It allows us to extend ourselves for the greater good of others, as we are formed into the image of His Son.

It is a challenging, grace-growing, and life-changing way to experience relationships with each other and with our Father. As this happens, we can begin to minister the heart of our Father from a more authentic place of genuine love.

Dennis Wiedrick once said, “Jack Winter was like an eagle with two wings. One wing is the Love of the Father and the second is Community.” Jack could see that to be truly, authentically the Body of Christ, as sons and daughters, we need to be in a place together so we can learn how to love unconditionally.

The one-month gathering aims to further immerse those who already feel drawn to the revelation of the Father, and who have an affinity with us, to go deeper into these values. We look to deepen our relationships together and to broaden our understanding of Father’s heart for each other by living, sharing, hearing, and playing together. As James Jordan says, “If this revelation doesn’t change our relationships, then it’s just words.”


“If this revelation doesn’t change our relationships, then it’s just words.”

– James Jordan


We will be gathering in Orama which is located on Aotea, Great Barrier Island – a half-hour flight from Auckland, New Zealand.  Orama is set down in its own valley on the picturesque western facing Karaka Bay. It is where James and Denise first met with Jack Winter and where all our Spiritual Fathers converged. It is a place away from the busyness of the world, where we can connect with Father and with one another in the beauty of His creation.

Orama, Great Barrier Island

To find out more about Orama visit their website:

Re-Union Accommodation

During your stay at Orama we want to make sure you feel comfortable and at home. Choosing the right accommodation can make all the difference. Orama offers 4 different types of accommodation. Explore the options below to find the best choice suited for your needs. All school fees including accommodation costs are listed on the Re-Union registration page.

Option A – Self Contained Sea-Side Units (families only)

Do you prefer beach-front, or beach-front?

Our self-contained units are set less than 30 meters from the foreshore. With beautiful west-facing views of the bay, they are one of the best places to see the sunset.

The three bedroom (2 couples, 1 single) units are adjacent to each other and share the same veranda. Each unit has a full kitchen, Bathroom & A BBQ on the veranda for outdoor entertaining. They each sleep a total of 5 people.


  • Small lounge area
  • Private kitchen
  • Private bathroom

Option B – Lodge Rooms

The Main lodge provides a mix of double, queen, twin share and single rooms.

These rooms have shared facilities inside the lodge – A well-equipped guest Kitchen, Showers, Toilets & a large sea-facing lounge area with a wood burner fireplace and couches.


  • Centrally located / easy access
  • Warmer rooms

Option C – Twin Share Seaside Cabins

Our twin-share cabins are dotted up the hillside and face west giving uninterrupted views of the bay and the islands beyond. The view from the verandah of the top-most cabins is the best on the property to see the sunsets.

The cabins are tidy, but rustic and are ideal for tramping groups or those desiring a measure of independence and privacy.

Each cabin has two single beds, a shared verandah, and is closely located by shared bathrooms.


  • Guaranteed ocean view
  • More privacy / quiet environment
  • 3 different levels on the hill accessible by stairs

Option D – Bunk Rooms

Our lodge has three rustic bunkrooms.

Our large bunkroom on the second floor, sleeps up to ten people, and our two downstairs bunkrooms, each cater for up to four people. All the bunk rooms rely on our shared facilities in and surrounding the lodge.


  • Cheapest option
  • Centrally located / easy access
  • We will be allocating accommodation on a first-come first-served basis. Apply early to ensure your preferred option is available.
  • Families will be housed to facilitate their unique needs as best we are able (Option A).
  • Accommodation will only be confirmed after we have received your NZ$1000 deposit following acceptance.

Who will be facilitating?

Dass & Rani

Dass and Rani have spent many years leading the INS school at Orama.

Ready to Join?

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