The course is jointly offered by the Department of Theology and Religion, University of Otago, and the Knox Centre for Ministry and Leadership. It will be located at St John’s College, 202 St John’s Road, Meadowbank, Auckland, from 9-5 pm daily.
Applications are now open for the Council of World Mission, A New Face 2019 programme, which will be held in Auckland 7 Oct-19 Nov 2019.
Graduation from Knox Centre for Ministry and Learning is a public occasion to honour God and celebrate the academic achievements of the exiting class of 2018.
Supporters of Christian World Service are invited to the annual CWS Supporters’ Council from 6-8pm on Friday, 30 November at All Saints’ Anglican Church in Dunedin.
Christian history is full of violence, corruption, and oppression. So would we be better off without Christianity? Does religion poison everything? The history of the church offers plenty of ammunition to its critics. Crusades, inquisitions, witch hunts, the oppression of women ...
Manatū Taonga – Ministry for Culture and Heritage is inviting Presbyterian churches to join the centenary of Armistice Day by participating in the Roaring Chorus campaign on Sunday, 11 November at 11:02am.
Please join Presbyterian Support Northern in Wellington for a lecture with Ann Jacobs: "Observations from New York: Incarcerated Mothers and their Children"
From February 2019, managers and leaders in faith-based organisations will be able to gain postgraduate qualifications via new programmes offered by the University of Otago’s Department of Theology and Religion.
The New Zealand Community for Christian Meditation is hosting a two-day seminar called “Contemplative Care: Healthcare and Meditation”.
The event is being held at Auckland Hospital on 17-18 January 2019.
The New Zealand Community for Christian Meditation 2019 Silent Retreat is being held at the University of Waikato, Hamilton from 13-16 January 2019.