Tēnā koutou and welcome to the Anglican Diocese of Dunedin’s website. The Diocese of Dunedin covers the provinces of Otago and Southland in the lower South Island of New Zealand. It includes about thirty parishes as well as social service agencies in Dunedin and Invercargill, rest homes, a psycho-geriatric hospital, a girls’ school and a University hall of residence.
National Centre for Peace & Conflict Studies, Wednesday 18 October, Professor David Tombs (Theology and Public Issues) will present a seminar. Research and policy initiatives in recent decades have highlighted the prevalence of conflict-related sexual violence, and the extremity of the abuses that this can involve. This presentation will explore the connections that can exist between crucifixion and sexual violence. The first part will discuss first century Roman crucifixions and the... View article
The Otago Tertiary Chaplaincy Trust Board is an ecumenical Christian Board responsible for providing Chaplaincy at Otago Polytechnic and at the University of Otago. We are seeking to appoint a full-time Ecumenical Chaplain based primarily at Otago Polytechnic, Dunedin. For further information about the position and a job description go to the Board website: http://www.otago.ac.nz/chaplain/about/chaplaincytrustboard.html or the Chaplains’ website: www.otago.ac.nz/chaplain. Applications... View article
NZACPE course for Otago and Southland (based in Dunedin), 18 January – 24 March 2018, to be conducted by Chaplain Mary R. Huie-Jolly,
Clinical Pastoral Education aims to enhance pastoral identity and competence through supervised exploration of ministry practice. Participants will gorw in self-awareness of how they relate to others through use of a peer group for support and feedback, and integrate theology and behavioural science with spiritual care.
Centre for Theology and Public Issues & Department of Theology and Religion The paper is available both on Campus and via distance anywhere in New Zealand (or overseas). A pdf with further information is attached. Available both on Campus and via distance. Topics covered include: Euthanasia, Sanctity of Life, Abortion, IVF and Genetics, Theological Conception of the Person, Autonomy, Suffering and Health, Beneficence and Duty of Care and Dementia
The final Children’s Ministry Network meetings for the year will be held in Dunedin on Thursday, 2 November, and Invercargill on Sunday, 5 November, will focus on Advent and Christmas resources. In addition, there will be a whole day of resourcing and inspiration for Central Otago (hosted in Cromwell on Saturday 4 November. For details visit: http://www.kidsfriendly.org.nz/intergenerational-advent-2/ RSVP appreciated for catering by Wednesday, 1 November:
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