Key events:

  • Sat
    01
    Feb
    2020
    9:30am - 3:30pmSt Paul's Church, 76 Waiwhetu Road, Waiwhetu, Lower Hutt

    Godly Play is a method of storytelling and wondering that enables children and adults to find and hear God's voice.  Its origins are in Montessori education, and it is supported by authors and theologians Rebecca Nye and Jerome Berryman. We got a taste of it in the beautiful storytelling of Parihaka demonstrated at Ministry Leaders’ Family Camp. If you’d like to know more please contact our Children & Families Enabler, Colette Stevens colette@anglicanmovement.nz

  • Wed
    05
    Feb
    2020
    7:00 pmSt Matthew's Church, 109 College Street, Palmerston North

    You are invited to the installation of Rev. Amy Houben as Priest in Charge of the Parish of St. Matthew.
    Join us for a short service supported by local band Moxy - Manawatu followed by tea/coffee and cake.

    Kids and families most welcome, Come join Amy, Tony, and Oran as they celebrate with St. Matthew's this new leg in the journey.

  • Thu
    06
    Feb
    2020
    3:00 pmRangiatea, Ōtaki

    Rangiatea and All Saints are hosting a 2020 Te Tiriti o Waitangi  Picnic at Rangiatea.

    It starts at 3pm with a combined church service at Rangiatea, followed by bands, food stalls, picnic, bouncy castles and children’s games.

  • Fri
    07
    Feb
    2020
    6:30 pmSt Andrew's Church, 41 Dublin Street, Martinborough

    Alan and Kat Maxwell, currently youth leaders in the South Wairarapa Parish, will be installed as lay leaders of the congregation at St Andrew's Church in Martinborough.  Their installation service will be led by Wairarapa Cluster leader, Rev Pete Watson, on the 7th of February at 6:30pm.

    All are welcome - clergy are invited to robe in alb and red stole.

  • Sat
    22
    Feb
    2020
    9:30am - 4:30pmWhanganui

    Team Members 9:30am-1:30pm (includes morning tea and lunch)
    For all clergy, vestry members and anyone working with children, young people and their families. It will focus on how to keep children, young people, 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. $40 per parish (we will invoice your parish)

    Team Leaders 1:45-4:30pm (includes afternoon tea)
    This is the next step after the Team Member training, designed for team leaders, clergy and anyone with a safety portfolio in your parish or mission unit. It goes into more depth on planning, incident reporting, RAMS forms etc. Participants need to have completed Team Member training. (Yes, you can do the team members training in the morning and stay on for team leaders training in the afternoon).

  • 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@anglicanmovement.nz or visit movementonline.org.nz/refugee for more details.

  • Sat
    29
    Feb
    2020
    9:30am - 4:30pmSt Paul's, 1 Langdale Avenue, Paraparaumu

    Team Members 9:30am-1:30pm (includes morning tea and lunch)
    For all clergy, vestry members and anyone working with children, young people and their families. It will focus on how to keep children, young people, 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. $40 per parish (we will invoice your parish).

    Team Leaders 1:45-4:30pm (includes afternoon tea)
    This is the next step after the Team Member training, designed for team leaders, clergy and anyone with a safety portfolio in your parish or mission unit. It goes into more depth on planning, incident reporting, RAMS forms etc. Participants need to have completed Team Member training. (Yes, you can do the team members training in the morning and stay on for team leaders training in the afternoon).

  • Sat
    07
    Mar
    2020
    Foxton Golf Club

    Save the date, and look out for details in the weekly Anglican Movement newsletter.

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

  • Sat
    28
    Mar
    2020
  • 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.

  • Sat
    20
    Jun
    2020
  • Sat
    17
    Oct
    2020