In response to the sexual abuse crisis in our church communities. Learn about the 'Circle Process' and theological practices of restorative justice in lament, listening and healing. Please join the Wellington Theological consortium seminar 2019 - Lament Listening Healing
The Council for World Mission (CWM) has advised dates and details regarding both their regional gathering in 2020 and their Assembly. As a member of CWM, the Presbyterian Church is entitled to select four people to attend these events.
Knox Centre for Ministry and Leadership (KCML) introduces Listening in Mission 2019, co-hosted by Steve Taylor and Jill McDonald. An online peer learning opportunity, encouraging participants to gather a group from their church to listen local as spring get us out and about.
Beautiful and Quirky, an art exhibition by Vicki Payne. This exhibition of oil paintings reflects visions from God that Vicki has had since becoming a Christian 12 years ago.
Intergroup Conflict and Restorative Peacemaking: The Astonishing Power of Unusual Friendships
The title of this research study is - Period poverty in New Zealand: the failed recognition of menstrual supplies as basic health necessities.
During Assembly in Dunedin in 1969, the report of the Special Committee on Consultation with the Congregational Union was received.
The Department of Theology at Otago University is hosting a series of Faith Thinking events in July, August and September.
Inter-church Trade & Industry Mission (ITIM) trading as Workplace Support is celebrating its 50th anniversary next year!
The course is jointly organised by the National Dialogue for Christian Unity Aotearoa New Zealand and Centre for Ecumencial Studies, Charles Sturt University Canberra Australia.
This course unit will introduce students to the study of ecumenism by: