As fears mount about the impact of Coronavirus (Covid-19), I wanted to reach out to all within our Church.
Greetings in Jesus’ name.
In Aotearoa we are blessed with a breath-taking natural environment that is the envy of many other nations. Our relaxed approach to life is a real drawcard for those choosing to live here. We are a humble people, and we are hospitable.
The Council of Assembly (CoA) has issued a document updating us all on COVID-19 (coronavirus), please download it here .
Knox Centre for Ministry and Leadership advises that there has been a change in timing for applications for Life-long Learning Grants (formerly known as Ministers' Study Grants).
Rev Dr Steve Taylor, Principal, Knox Centre for Ministry and Leadership (KCML) announced the news today that Rev Dr Mark Johnston is leaving his role at KCML.
Rev Dr Fei Taule’ale’ausumai Davis has been appointed as a part-time ministry formation co-ordinator at Knox Centre for Ministry and Leadership.
Fei takes up the role in March. She shares the role with Rev Nikki Watkin who began in February 2020.
The Theological Education and Leadership Review Team (TELT) is pleased to present a summary of some of the feedback received during the consultation process.
Presbyterian and Uniting parishes are invited to support the Presbyterian Women Aotearoa Special Collection on Sunday, 8 March 2020.
Knox Centre for Ministry and Learning (KCML) is delighted to announce the appointment of Rev Nikki Watkin as Ministry Formation Co-ordinator.