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Theme: Flourishing: Land, People, Community
The International Rural Churches Association is a network of people with a passion for rural communities, based on the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Highlights of the IRCA Conference programme include:
This year is the 50th anniversary of the Māori Language petition that was presented to Parliament on 14 September 1972. Every year since 1975, New Zealand has marked Māori Language Week, and te reo Māori became an official language of Aotearoa in 1987.
Presbyterian women are gathering at Te Maungarongo Marae, Ohope, the weekend of 15 & 16 October 2022.
All women are invited to join us, to take time out of their regular daily lives together for a weekend where we can focus on sharing our stories and replenishing each other.
Living Faithfully in the Anthropocene: Theological Imagination and Ecological Practices for the Church
What events could you host for Season of Creation? The PCANZ Moderator suggests:
Central Southland Presbyterian in Winton are once more providing free wholesome meals for farm workers and their families every Wednesday 6.30-8pm 3 Aug - 21 Sept.
Auckland: Winter Lectures on Mātauranga Māori, Science and God 2022
Maclaurin Chapel: 5.30pm with light refreshments, 6.00pm lecture and discussion
Fri 23 Sep, 7:00pm – 9:00pm (arrive 6.45pm)
Little Shop of Horrors
Where: Ngaio Union Church, 3 Kenya St, Wellington
Free Admission (koha)
A training course run every 2 years for people who would like to train as volunteer chaplains and work at the Auckland Hospital site. It is preferable if the applicants live close to Central Auckland.
Read the flyer below for information.
Presbyterian Youth Ministry acknowledge the essential work of ‘key’ youth leaders within the Church’s youth ministries. A key leader is someone who heads up youth ministry at a particular church or organisation and leads a team of youth leaders in a volunteer or paid position.