Events

Events

Events

Operation Refugee

p class="p1">Operation Refugee is a new challenge from Christian World Service to raise funds for Syrian refugees in search of safety and a decent life. The challenge is to live on the same rations as a Syrian refugee living in Lebanon or Jordan and raise as much money as you can.

CWS will supply you with the rations and you sign up family and friends as sponsors. Your... more

Leadership Camp

"What's the difference?" A leadership camp for Year 11-13. Developing student leadership for chapel, special character and the five marks of mission of the Anglican Church. 12pm Friday April 15 - 12.30pm Sunday 17 April at St Mary's Diocesan School in Taranaki. Anglican Schools Leadership Camp    ... view

PD with Rob Kirkwood March 31st.

Rob Kirkwood - ‘REthinking Approaches to Teaching Christianity’ on 31 March at King’s College, Auckland Click on the link below for more information. 2016 DAN Teacher PD & Student Workshops with Robert Kirkwood... view

Valuable PD Opportunity

div> Dear Colleagues, I hope this last term is going well for you all, in the midst of reports and preparation for Advent and Christmas. The NZARETSC are making provisional arrangements to bring one of the best known Religious Educators in the UK  - Robert Kirkwood - to present a DAN workshop here at King’s College, Otahuhu, in Auckland, on Thursday, 31st of March 2016 for Chaplains... more

A response to the refugee crisis

From 3pm Thursday 15th October through to 3pm Friday 16th we are going to run a 24 "prayer relay" for refugees. Each school that wants to take part will sign up to pray for ONE HOUR. We can share all sorts of ideas about what to do in that hour, but a key thing will be that students who volunteer to be a part of this will be encouraged to write letters to any random refugee. I will get the... more

Common Life Missions Conference (CLMC) 2015

The AMB will be holding a Common Life Missions Conference 2015 at King’s College, Otahuhu, Auckland, 6-9 October 2015. Up to 500 delegates from our province and across the globe are expected to attend. See our latest Mission Action for more on the Conference or visit clmc2015.org.nz for more information. You can register by clicking on the link below. The theme is: Mission Together. ... more

Gospel Roots – Tairawhiti Music & Arts Festival

Gospel Roots is a Music & Arts Festival celebrating the amazing history and creativity inspired by the spread of the Gospel in Tairāwhiti, Aotearoa, and the World. Featuring award-winning international & domestic artists, champion kapa haka teams, inspiring speakers & workshops, festival exhibits & attractions, and summer camping, Gospel Roots is an all-ages festival with fun... more

The Abbey 2015

ABBEY #3. YES! The Abbey 2015 promises to be another great chance to meet, discuss, laugh, pray, encourage, worship and eat with 200 other Anglican youth leaders who love Jesus and who love working with young people. Our theme Metanoia – God of the U-Turn addresses how our God has enough love and power to completely turn around the lives of our young people and our communities. But do we... more

Logo Competition

Starts:Monday 02 February 2015
Ends:Friday 08 May 2015

The Schools' Office is running a competition across our 46 schools to find a design for a logo that can represent all our schools. Any current student of any Anglican School in New Zealand or Polynesia may enter. Each entry should reflect our identity as schools, our unique three Tikanga nature, and our foundations in the Christian faith. Logo designs plus a supporting story or background... more

Anglican Schools Conference

Starts:Wednesday 05 August 2015
Ends:Friday 07 August 2015

Radical Peacemakers. Our students are part of a world where peace is in short supply, and where religion is not known for enhancing it. Many of the topics we teach in RE, particularly in high school, explore times and situations where peace is decidedly absent. Yet Christ's birth was heralded with "Peace on earth", Christ's life was one of radical peace-making, and Christ's death and... more