The summer edition of Spanz magazine explores how churches are opening their kitchens and their hearts to their communities and explores some of the key events and decisions from General Assembly 2014. We learn how two churches have embraced multiculturalism and cross-culturalism and how a church has strengthened New Zealand-Korean bonds. We profile a ministry building community in central Auckland. We find out about a song written to raise awareness about the pain family violence brings, and...
Applications are invited for the position of principal of Knox Centre for Ministry and Leadership, following the resignation of current principal, the Very Rev Dr Graham Redding to take up the position of Master of Knox College. Applications close 5 December. More info
Christian World Service has launched an appeal to support church and community efforts to stop the spread of the Ebola virus. Churches in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone are playing a critical role in countering the virus. Read more and donate.
Download or watch online video highlights from the GA14 Assembly Week “inspiring” evening programme.
Due to technical difficulties last Friday we had to delay the update of our website search map. Our website will be down tomorrow Tues from 9am for approx. 30 minutes to an hour while the new five presbyteries search map is installed. We apologise for any inconvenience.
Simon Bilton has been appointed acting chief executive at Presbyterian Support Northern to cover the 12-month secondment of current chief executive, Rod Watt, to the Operations Director for the Children’s Teams role with Chidren's Action Plan. Read more
On Friday 17 October our website will be down from 9am for approx. 30 minutes to an hour while the new five presbyteries search map is installed. We apologise for any inconvenience.
Applications close on 8 October. Please apply with a CV and covering letter addressing essential qualities to Jane Milloy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Knox College is a residential college affiliated to the University of Otago and accommodates approximately 260 undergraduate and postgraduate students. The College is 105 years old and is one of the University’s best-known colleges. It is owned and operated in close association with its sister, Salmond College, by the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand.