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Job Vacancies: Two Regional Facilitators for the ASO

Category: News, Uncategorised
Date Added: 28 March 2017

POSITION DESCRIPTION Position Title: Regional Facilitator            Directly Reports To:  Executive Director (weekly), Anglican Schools’ Board (quarterly) and St John’s Trust (annually)            Functional Relationships With: The ASO team and Board Chaplains, principals, staff and boards of Anglican Schools Clergy of the Province Youth and children’s... more

Retirement of Warner Wilder

Category: News
Date Added: 26 January 2017

Warner Wilder’s retirement marks the end of an era for King’s College. Fellow-chaplain until recently, Gareth Walters, wrote this to commemorate his remarkable ministry. Rev Warner Wilder has served as the Chaplain of King's College since 1989. Rev Wilder spent much of his early life on the family sheep farm in the Hawkes' Bay, before attending Christ's College in Canterbury as a boarder,... more

Newsletter – Term 3 2016

Category: News
Date Added: 05 September 2016

ASO Term 3 2016 Please click on the link above to open the PDF... view

2015 Conference challenge

Category: News
Date Added: 06 July 2016

During the conference we held in Christchurch last year we invited schools to come up with an idea to take away to develop and further implement in their school communities. Here is some of the feedback back 11 months on; Samuel Marsden "Our Chaplain Chris Darnell is a star at making services relevant, entertaining, involving but also thought provoking and challenging. He even managed to... more

Welcomes and farewells

Category: News
Date Added: 25 May 2016

WELCOME to new (and moving!) members of our Anglican Schools' Network. Garth Wynn is the new principal of Christ's College. Garth has played an important role in the Australian Anglican Schools' network, and it was wonderful to hear that Christ's College had tempted him to come the right way across the Tasman! Averil Warner is not new to our schools, but is moving from Cathedral Grammar to... more

Prayer vigil for refugees

Category: News
Date Added: 30 October 2015

Following the huge upsurge of concern around the world surrounding the refugee crisis in Europe 22 Anglican Schools took part in a prayer vigil from 3pm Thursday 15th October through to 3pm Friday 16th October. Prayers were said, prayer chains were made and letters were written to refugees during the relay. The prayer chain will be on display in Wellington cathedral from 4 November. A Facebook... more

Installation of Chaplain at Wanganui Collegiate

Category: News
Date Added: 28 July 2015

The Rev'd Guy Savage was installed as Chaplain at Wanganui Collegiate at the start of Term 3. Welcome, Guy, and may your time there be rewarding, energising and blessed... view

Common Life Mission Conference

Category: News
Date Added: 12 June 2015

This year's Anglican Missions conference is being held in Auckland at King's College from 6-9 October 2015. Registration form and details are available on www.angmissions.org.nz. Please note there is an early bird special if you register before 30 June! For further questions please contact Linda at info@angmissions.org.nz or telephone 04) 4735172... view

St Margaret’s girls in Nepal

Category: News
Date Added: 28 April 2015

A team of girls from St Margaret's in Christchuch are in Nepal on the World Challenge. Read the article in Stuff to hear how they have used their experiences in Christchurch to help the local people. http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/68058379/nepal-earthquake-st-margarets-college-students-all-fine... view

Welcome to a number of new faces!

Category: News
Date Added: 03 February 2015

The Rev'd Anne Price has taken on the chaplaincy at Cathedral Grammar for six months, Jason Farley has joined the RE team at Auckland Dio, Jackie Barron has moved from Woodford to be principal of St Hilda's in Dunedin, the Rev'd Jacqui Paterson has agreed to become the permanent chaplain at St Mary's, Stratford, Brendan Pitman has taken up the principal's position at Wellesley, ... more