On the closest Sunday to 6 August - Hiroshima Day - Presbyterian congregations are invited to mark Peace Sunday.
Often overlooked in recent years, Peace Sunday was once marked across the country as a time of prayer and commitment, especially to a nuclear weapon free world.
The Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand believes that ministry to young people is a high priority for the Church, and Presbyterian Youth Ministry has developed a First Year in Youth Ministry Coaching Program to support youth leaders in their work.
In August, the Senatus of Knox Centre for Ministry and Leadership will meet to consider applications for life-long learning grants (formerly known as ministers' study grants).
Presbyterian Women invites expressions of interest from those wishing to be a self-funded member of the 2019 Presbyterian Women of Aotearoa NZ Delegation to the United Nations.
Rev Dr Olav Fykse Tveit, General Secretary of the World Council of Churches, asks WCC members to support upcoming 70th anniversary gatherings with the prayer.
The hungry are of special concern to God for it is on their behalf God will ask us: “Did you feed me when I was hungry?” (Matt 25: 35-40)
Presbyterian Support New Zealand is inviting applications from parishes for grants from the Tindall Foundation.
Application material may be viewed or downloaded from the Presbyterian Support website, and applications close on Friday, 22 June 2018.
Asia Sunday is observed every year on the Sunday before Pentecost, and it coincides with the founding of the Christian Conference of Asia.