Kiwis can pay their respects to the victims of Christchurch's horrific terror attack at a number of vigils being held around the country.
So far, communities have rallied together raising more than $8 million families of the 50 people who died and more who were injured following the attack on Friday through a Givealittle page and a Launchgood page.
On Friday, the nation will pay its respects with two minutes silence to be observed around New Zealand.
A list of local vigils is below:
1:30pm, Rec Centre, 17 Symonds Street, Jummah service by UoA Muslim Students' Association.
1:30pm, Mount Roskill Mosque, a 'Cordon of Love' around the mosque.
6pm-8pm, Auckland Domain, Jummah Remembrance vigil organised by Migrants Against Racism and Xenophobia.
6pm, Aotea Square, Jummah Remembrance vigil.
6pm, East Auckland Mosque, Ben Lomond Crescent in Pakuranga, Candlelit Vigil and Memorial.
6:30pm, Imam Reza Mosque, New Lynn.
12:30pm, Nelson Islamic Cultural Society Mosque, 320 Hardy St.
1pm, Manawatu Muslims Association, event to support Muslims at Prayer.
1:40pm, Kāpiti College, Giant haka organised by Kapiti and Porirua Mayors.
7pm, Zeal Youth Centre, 132 Rimu Road.
7pm, Kāpiti Primary School field, vigil for Christchurch.
11am, Otaki on the marae ātea in front of Miria te Kakara, О̄taki to Support О̄tautahi.
1:15pm, Kilbirnie Mosque, a human chain is to be formed around the mosque.
6pmm Kilbirnie Mosque, vigil for Christchurch.
7:30pm, Cathedral of St Paul, Mass for Peace.
OTHER FRIDAY EVENTS
Headscarves for Harmony, encouraging New Zealanders to wear scarves in solidarity for our Muslim population.
Black Ribbons, encouraging New Zealanders to tie black ribbons around the posts of the 50 thousand signs at the entrances to towns and cities throughout the country.
10am, North Hagley Park, March For Love run by three St Andrew's College Students.
2pm, Aotea Square, anti-Islamophobia rally. Organised by Love Aotearoa Hate Racism, with Unite Union and the Migrant Workers Association.
5pm, North Hagley Park, Remember Those Who Lost Their Lives.
OTHER WEEKEND EVENTS
Facebook-free Weekend, encouraging New Zealanders to go Facebook-free for 50 hours to try and change Facebook’s practices re posting videos/live streams.