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Karanga, Mihimihi and Whaikōrero Wānanga

Ngā Pou Amorangi are proud to host this Wānanga, partnering with ā mātou ngā kaiako, our teachers, Whaea Matekitawhiti Chase and Mātua Samuel Rotohiko. Come along and learn how to karanga, mihimihi, whaikōrero or further develop your skills in these areas.

This wānanga is a noho marae.

6.45pm Friday 26 May until 10am Sunday 28 May at Carey Baptist College, Penrose, Auckland.

Koha donation.
Numbers are limited.
Register by 15 May

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Open Day and Online Open Evening

Has God placed it on your heart to study or take a new step in your faith journey? We would love to meet you. Carey Baptist College’s distinctive and innovative approach to theological education transforms the whole person, widens perspectives and deepens understandings about theology. If you want to grow in these ways, Carey may be the place for you. 

Please come along to one of our next open events:

Onsite Open Day – Tuesday 23 May

Online Open Evening – Tuesday 6 June

Upcoming Events

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Regional Training Days

In partnership with baptist churces around Aotearoa, Carey is running regional training days to equip current and future leaders.

Students at Carey

Open Days

Carey Open Days and Evenings are an opportunity to join us for a relaxing and informative time to help you discern where God may be calling you to study.

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Orientation 2023 Semester Two

Orientation marks the start of our journey together at Carey. If you are starting that journey in the second semester of 2023, we would encourage you to attend this event.

Past Events

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Carey Conversations

Carey Conversations seek to demonstrate how the Bible and theology can speak to the complex issues which we are facing in Aotearoa today. Recordings of previous conversations are available to watch.

Flourish Conference 2022

This was a two day conference held in July that explored how science-engaged theology can lead to greater human flourishing.

“At Carey we believe that the God of mission is at work in the world by the Spirit to renew people and places in Christ. Our calling is to equip Christian leaders with the convictions, competencies, and capacity to participate in that mission, bringing gospel renewal in churches and communities across Aotearoa and around the world.”

– John Tucker, Principal