Key events:

For a printable poster of all the key diocesan events in 2019, please click here.  If you need the full and authoritative diocesan calendar, including liturgical dates and dates for courses such as Cursillo and Anglican Studies, please click here.

  • Sat
    09
    Nov
    2019
    2pm - 4pmChurch of the Epiphany,

    This training is for all Anglican clergy, vestry members and team leaders working with children and their families.

    Cost: there is no cost for the team leaders' training, as participants will have already paid for the teams training in the morning or on another occasion.

    This is step two of the "Best Practices" training sessions run throughout the diocese this year, which are open to all ministry / pastoral care team members.

    These workshops are on:

    • July 23rd - Lower Hutt, 6pm - 7pm (dinner provided)
    • August 24th - Whanganui 2pm - 5pm (TBC)
    • November 9th - Masterton 10am - 12pm (just before this session)

    Click here to register.

    Please contact Colette Stevens, Diocesan Children and Family Ministry Facilitator, if you have any questions: colette@wn.ang.org.nz

  • Sat
    09
    Nov
    2019
    9:30am - 12pmChurch of the Epiphany, 54 High Street, Masterton

    This training is for all Anglican clergy, vestry members and anyone working with children and their families - however it could also be useful for anyone in any form of pastoral care.

    Cost: $40 per Anglican Parish/Mission Unit (we will invoice parishes directly).  This includes both the morning session for all team members and the team leaders' session in the afternoon.

    It will focus on how to keep children, their families and ourselves safe. We will look at our roles and responsibilities as leaders, creating a culture of safe practice, discuss possible scenarios, and how to manage incidents when they occur.

    We want to encourage you to bring your whole team - so we are putting on dinner and time to network with each other. Please share this invitation with your ministry teams!  You can also place this image in your newsletters.

    Click here to register.

    Please contact Colette Stevens, Diocesan Children and Family Ministry Facilitator, if you have any questions: colette@wn.ang.org.nz

    By the way, this is the last of several of these workshops being run throughout the diocese this year.  If there's still time, you might want to check out the other dates / locations:

    • July 23rd - Lower Hutt, 6pm - 7pm (dinner provided)
    • August 24th - Whanganui 2pm - 5pm (TBC)

    Team Leaders training (the next step, for key ministry leaders)

    • September 28th – Johnsonville, 2-5pm
    • November 9th – Masterton, 2-4pm (follows on from this training event)
  • Sat
    23
    Nov
    2019
    10am - 3pmWellington Cathedral of St Paul

    Our annual family celebration for everyone.

  • Sun
    01
    Dec
    2019
    Tue
    03
    Dec
    2019
    Wellington Cathedral of St Paul

    Every couple of months, a new intake of former refugee families arrive in Wellington where the New Zealand Red Cross works with them to settle them into their new homes.  Our movement works together with our Catholic brothers and sisters to collect household items, and during this intake period, to sort them into prescribed household lots.  This takes place on the Monday and Tuesday of each intake, starting each day with morning tea and introductions at 9:45am.  It involves checking items for appropriateness (like no toy guns et cetera), ensuring everything is there, and packing it up ready for collection.  It’s perfect if you’ve got time during the day and can manage a short burst of activity, once every couple of months (or just when you can manage it).  Morning and afternoon tea and lunch are provided.

    Contact Patricia Cooper on patricia@wn.ang.org.nz or visit movementonline.org.nz/refugee for more details.

  • Sun
    23
    Feb
    2020
    Tue
    25
    Feb
    2020
    Wellington Cathedral of St Paul

    Every couple of months, a new intake of former refugee families arrive in Wellington where the New Zealand Red Cross works with them to settle them into their new homes.  Our movement works together with our Catholic brothers and sisters to collect household items, and during this intake period, to sort them into prescribed household lots.  This takes place on the Monday and Tuesday of each intake, starting each day with morning tea and introductions at 9:45am.  It involves checking items for appropriateness (like no toy guns et cetera), ensuring everything is there, and packing it up ready for collection.  It’s perfect if you’ve got time during the day and can manage a short burst of activity, once every couple of months (or just when you can manage it).  Morning and afternoon tea and lunch are provided.

    Contact Patricia Cooper on patricia@wn.ang.org.nz or visit movementonline.org.nz/refugee for more details.

  • Fri
    27
    Mar
    2020
    Sun
    29
    Mar
    2020
    Ngatiawa River Monastery, Waikanae

  • Sun
    19
    Apr
    2020
    Tue
    21
    Apr
    2020
    Wellington Cathedral of St Paul

    Every couple of months, a new intake of former refugee families arrive in Wellington where the New Zealand Red Cross works with them to settle them into their new homes.  Our movement works together with our Catholic brothers and sisters to collect household items, and during this intake period, to sort them into prescribed household lots.  This takes place on the Monday and Tuesday of each intake, starting each day with morning tea and introductions at 9:45am.  It involves checking items for appropriateness (like no toy guns et cetera), ensuring everything is there, and packing it up ready for collection.  It’s perfect if you’ve got time during the day and can manage a short burst of activity, once every couple of months (or just when you can manage it).  Morning and afternoon tea and lunch are provided.

    Contact Patricia Cooper on patricia@wn.ang.org.nz or visit movementonline.org.nz/refugee for more details.

  • Sun
    14
    Jun
    2020
    Tue
    16
    Jun
    2020
    Wellington Cathedral of St Paul

    Every couple of months, a new intake of former refugee families arrive in Wellington where the New Zealand Red Cross works with them to settle them into their new homes.  Our movement works together with our Catholic brothers and sisters to collect household items, and during this intake period, to sort them into prescribed household lots.  This takes place on the Monday and Tuesday of each intake, starting each day with morning tea and introductions at 9:45am.  It involves checking items for appropriateness (like no toy guns et cetera), ensuring everything is there, and packing it up ready for collection.  It’s perfect if you’ve got time during the day and can manage a short burst of activity, once every couple of months (or just when you can manage it).  Morning and afternoon tea and lunch are provided.

    Contact Patricia Cooper on patricia@wn.ang.org.nz or visit movementonline.org.nz/refugee for more details.