Tip of the Iceberg anti-trafficking conference

  • Wed
    26
    Jul
    2017
    Thu
    27
    Jul
    2017
    Wellington Cathedral of St Paul

    Bishop Justin would like to encourage those with an interest in this important issue to attend this conference. It is easy to think that at our end of the globe we are immune to the effects of human trafficking and labour exploitation but sadly this is not the case and this conference is a welcome opportunity to educate ourselves and hear from subject experts. We are fortunate to welcome as our keynote speaker Andrew Wallis OBE, CEO of the UK organisation Unseen, who work to eradicate modern day slavery and have been catalysts for the UK’s Modern Slavery Act. Thank you to Chris Frazer for her organisation and advocacy work for this conference.

    Visit movementonline.org.nz/tipoftheiceberg for full event information.

  • Sun
    06
    Aug
    2017
    3:00 pmSt Luke's, Greytown

    The Installation of Reverend Harry Newton as Priest in Charge in the Parish of Greytown will take place on Sunday 6 August at St Luke’s, Greytown at 3.00pm.  Clergy are invited to robe in alb and red stole, and all are welcome to attend.

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  • Sun
    06
    Aug
    2017
    7:00 pmWellington Cathedral of St Paul

    Our very own Paul Carey and his songwriting collaborator have been working on an album based on the Lord's Prayer for several years, and now it's time to present their work.  Each piece is a song based on one phrase of the Lord's Prayer, and they whole album will be performed on the 6th of August in the form of an evening prayer song event, so that audience members can just listen, or pray, or even sing along.

    For more information you can check out their Facebook page, or check out this event graphic.

  • Wed
    09
    Aug
    2017
    Wellington Cathedral of St Paul
  • Tue
    15
    Aug
    2017
    5:30pm - 6:45pmCouncil Chamber. Hunter Building, Victoria University of Wellington, Gate 2, Kelburn Parade, Wellington

    Augustine, bishop of Hippo, is a towering figure in the history of Western thought, philosophy and culture.  In this lecture series, Professor Clark examines Augustine’s central, most influential and contested ideas, exploring their context and origins and assessing their enduring significance.  Gillian Clark is Professor Emerita of Ancient History at the University of Bristol and a Fellow of the British Academy. A prolific author and renowned expert on the social, intellectual and religious history of the later Roman Empire, she is a leading authority on Augustine and his world.

    This series is hosted by Victoria University of Wellington and St John's in the City Presbyterian Church.

    St John's Visiting Scholar 2017 lecture series

  • Wed
    16
    Aug
    2017
    5:30pm - 6:45pmCouncil Chamber. Hunter Building, Victoria University of Wellington, Gate 2, Kelburn Parade, Wellington

    Augustine, bishop of Hippo, is a towering figure in the history of Western thought, philosophy and culture.  In this lecture series, Professor Clark examines Augustine’s central, most influential and contested ideas, exploring their context and origins and assessing their enduring significance.  Gillian Clark is Professor Emerita of Ancient History at the University of Bristol and a Fellow of the British Academy. A prolific author and renowned expert on the social, intellectual and religious history of the later Roman Empire, she is a leading authority on Augustine and his world.

    This series is hosted by Victoria University of Wellington and St John's in the City Presbyterian Church.

    St John's Visiting Scholar 2017 lecture series

  • Thu
    17
    Aug
    2017
    5:30pm - 7:00pmCouncil Chamber, Hunter Building, Victoria University of Wellington, Gate 2, Kelburn Parade, Wellington

    Augustine, bishop of Hippo, is a towering figure in the history of Western thought, philosophy and culture.  In this lecture series, Professor Clark examines Augustine’s central, most influential and contested ideas, exploring their context and origins and assessing their enduring significance.  Gillian Clark is Professor Emerita of Ancient History at the University of Bristol and a Fellow of the British Academy. A prolific author and renowned expert on the social, intellectual and religious history of the later Roman Empire, she is a leading authority on Augustine and his world.

    This series is hosted by Victoria University of Wellington and St John's in the City Presbyterian Church.

    St John's Visiting Scholar 2017 lecture series

  • Fri
    18
    Aug
    2017
    7:00pm - 9:00pmWellington Cathedral of St Paul

    On the 18th of August, Wellington Cathedral of St Paul will host its inaugural Morph event - a TED-style symposium on theology designed for everyone in the Diocese.  Scholars from all over New Zealand will join Cathedral Deacon the Rev Dr Joe McGarry to teach on topics from church history, to missiology, to theology - and it's set to be a fun affair.  It just so happens that the Cathedral's sustainable fashion show is the night after, so Morph will use the same catwalk set up.  It's a free event, and everyone is welcome.

    Read more about the event here.

    For more information, please contact Rev Dr Joe McGarry on joe@wellingtoncathedral.org.nz.

  • Fri
    18
    Aug
    2017
    Sat
    19
    Aug
    2017
    9:00am - 3:00pmKarori Anglican Church, 170 Karori Road, Karori, Wellington

    A two-day workshop for those involved in pastoral care, chaplaincy, counselling or helping others. Develop your counselling skills to help people more effectively gain the freedom they are seeking.

    Click here for full event information.

  • Sat
    19
    Aug
    2017
    7:00 pmWellington Cathedral of St Paul
  • Sat
    09
    Sep
    2017
    10:00am - 4:30pmThe Salvation Army Wellington City Corps, Vivian Street, Wellington

    The Wellington Theological Consortium is holding a day seminar on the Reformation which is open to all.  Speakers include our very own Rev Dr Joe McGarry, who completed his doctorate in systematic theology.  The other speakers are:

    • Dr Nick Thompson, a church historian specialising in the history of the Reformation, in the Faculty of Theology at the University of Auckland;
    • Kieran Fenn, a teaching brother in the Marist order, who is in great demand providing adult education in New Zealand and beyond; and
    • Rev Rob Yule, a retired Presbyterian minister and former Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in New Zealand.  He has recently published a major book on marriage in Christian history.

    View the information poster and registration form by WTC Reformation Flyer.