Events

Events

Events

Hot tips for parenting teens and tweens

Enjoy your kid's adolescents more than your own! John covers growing a great relationship with your teenager, stepping around common problems and how to launch an awesome young adult into the world. Date: Tuesday 29 August 2017, Time: Doors open at 6.45, presentation begins at 7, Venue: Thornton Auditorium, St Peter's Cambridge, Tickets: $10 per person. All welcome! The St Peter's... more

PD Workshops – Teaching Philosophy and Religion

  READ MORE about the 2017 DAN PD WORKSHOPS                                                BOOKINGS OPEN for Perth, Sydney and Adelaide workshops Taken from http://www.dialogueaustralasia.org/ 31.7.17... view

Prayer spaces in schools – Australian tour

Wed, 09 Aug 2017 09:00 - Sat, 19 Aug 2017 14:00 Interested in getting started with your first Prayer Space? This is for you! Over 2,000 Prayer Spaces have been run in primary schools, secondary schools and colleges around the world. This training hopes to encourage you to create prayer spaces for your local children and families. Phil Togwell alongside the Anglican Schools... more

An invitation to an enrichment day on the four gospels

Father Tom O'Loughlin, Professor of Historical Theology, Faculty of Arts, University of Nottingham is in New Zealand this month and we are fortunate to hear him present on the four gospels. When: Monday 10th July 9-3 (first Monday of the holidays) Where: Pompallier Diocesan Centre, 30 New Street, Ponsonby. Cost: $20 - Morning tea and lunch provided.. Please enrol on the database by... more

The Protestant Reformation and the breaking of the Western Church

If you are a Western Christian then your understanding of faith has been shaped by the sixteenth-century Reformation whether you are aware of it or not. This short course will give you an overview of what the Reformation was all about. You will find the course lively and interesting, even entertaining. It will be taught by Tim Cooper, Associate Professor of Church History in the Department of... more

Why gender equality is good for everyone – men included!

Thought Leader - Michael Kimmel Sociologist Michael Kimmel is among the leading researchers and writers on men and masculinity in the world. He's the executive director of the Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities at Stony Brook University, where he is also Distinguished University Professor of Sociology and Gender Studies. He is the author of many books, including Manhood in... more

The Abbey

div id="event_details"> Friday 25 August - Sunday 27 August 2017 Location: El Rancho, Waikanae Cost: $125 Meet, discuss, laugh, pray, encourage, worship and eat with 200 other Anglican youth leaders who love Jesus and who love working with young people! The Abbey 2017 starts on Friday 25 August at 8pm and finishes on Sunday 27 August at 2pm. We’re back at El Rancho... more

Mental Health and the Church

A one-day conference that looks at a range of mental health issues and is co-convened by Willow Creek Association NZ and Equip. 2017 is focusing on youth and children experiencing mental health issues. Register at http://www.eventzilla.net/user/willowcreeknz 20th June at Hamilton Central Baptist Church, 9-5pm. 22 June at Hope Presbyterian Church, Christchurch 9-5pm 4 July at Windsor Park,... more

Australian Anglican Schools conference

Below is a link to the website for the Australian Anglican Schools conference in Brisbane commencing Friday 11 August 2017.  The theme is JOY. https://bccm.eventsair.com/QuickEventWebsitePortal/asa2017/event-website... view

Waiapu LT4 Youth Winter Camp

“Getting to know God and the Great Outdoors” July 10th-12th at Lake Tutira An opportunity to explore the great outdoors, plant trees, do some adventure activities, touch a kiwi and most of all learn more about God!  All part of the fun at our next LT4Youth Winter Camp (Leadership Training for Youth).  The camp is open to all young people 12 years and older and not only those involved... more