Archbishop Emeritus David Moxon to speak at Ageing and Spirituality Conference

A study of spiritual icons, Pope Francis and the late Maori Queen Te Arikinui Te Atairangikahu, and an analysis of opportunities for healthy and life-giving spirituality in the third age will be discussed by Archbishop Emeritus Sir David Moxon KNZM, who will be the keynote speaker at this year’s Ageing and Spirituality conference, hosted by The Selwyn Foundation’s Selwyn Institute for Ageing and Spirituality.

Delegates at the conference will enjoy a full-day’s programme of thought-provoking presentations on the theme of ‘Spiritual Leadership in Aged Care’ by an exciting line-up of acclaimed speakers from both New Zealand and Australia.

This conference will be of interest to older people, health and aged-care workers, chaplains and pastoral caregivers, students and academics, and anyone involved in caring for older people.

There is an early bird rate of $150 (incl GST) if you register and pay before Friday, 7th of July 2017. The regular rate is $175 (incl GST).

You can view the agenda and speaker biographies and you can register online by clicking here.