Department of Theology and Religion 2017 Faith Thinking Workshops

Healing, Travelling, Seeing: How Augustine Helps Us Understand Christian Formation

Revd Jono Ryan, Minister, Highgate Presbyterian Church, PhD candidate, Department of Theology and Religion, University of Otago

7:00 – 9:00 pm Friday July 14 and 9:00am – 12:30pm Saturday July 15

St David’s Seminar Room 1, University of Otago

Semester Two

Who Is Jesus Really?

Revd Associate Professor Chris Holmes, Department of Theology and... View article

Catechesis of the Good Shepherd training 29 June – 3 July

Rev. Carol Roth will offer training in Catechesis of the Good Shepherd Level II (Part I & II) aimed at those working with children ages 6-12.

The course will include presentations on: characteristics of children aged 6-12, how we work with children and Biblical Texts, the parables, the eucharist, baptism, prayer, Biblical geography and moral formation.

The course is for Sunday School teachers, children’s liturgy of the word leaders, parents, chaplains, RE... View article

Diocese of Waiapu

Dean of Waiapu – The Bishop of Waiapu is seeking to appoint a priest to the role of the Dean of Waiapu Cathedral.

The Bishop has recently held a consultation with the Cathedral Parish of St John the Evangelist including Diocesan representatives to consider the future needs of the parish and their requirements for a priest to be appointed as Dean of the Cathedral. A full report of this consultation giving insight into the perceived needs and issues of high importance for the... View article

Diocese of Christchurch

Canterbury Tertiary Education Chaplaincy Committee

Senior Ecumenical Chaplain – Based at Lincoln University

The Canterbury Tertiary Education Chaplaincy Committee (CTECC) is an ecumenical Christian entity responsible for providing chaplaincy services at Lincoln University and University of Canterbury. We are looking for applicants for appointment as Senior Ecumenical Chaplain based at Lincoln University, Lincoln, Canterbury.

This rewarding and varied role is a... View article

Diocese of Waikato and Taranaki

St Paul’s Collegiate School, Hamilton – School Chaplain

St Paul’s Collegiate is an independent Anglican secondary school situated in Hamilton, New Zealand. Regarded as one of the country’s leading schools, it currently has a roll of 700 students, 320 of whom are boarders. Boys only in Years 9 and 10, St Paul’s is co-educational in the senior school (Years 11, 12 and 13).

The Chaplain plays a crucial part in the daily life of the school, nurturing and attending to the... View article