Carey Baptist College

Carey Baptist College

Powhiri, Woven Together

This beautiful symbolic artefact, crafted by Nicola Mountfort, was inspired by the weaving together of people by the pōwhiri process on her recent Noho Marae. The challenge now, she writes, is how as church leaders can we weave people together?

Class of 2002

Class of 2002

After 19 years, the class of 2002 reunited for a weekend retreat at the Bowentown baches in March this year. Coming from all over New Zealand, they bonded over good food, beautiful scenery and shared their highs and lows since graduating.

Robust Leaders

Carey Baptist College exists to serve the church by developing leaders for ministry and mission. What core qualities are needed for leaders to be robust and effective in today’s world? Jonny Weir (Carey’s Ministry Training Director) and Sam Kilpatrick (Youth Ministry Coordinator) argue that there are three essential elements to robust leadership.

Serving on Waiheke

Serving on Waiheke

Pastor Roi Nu Maran graduated from Carey this year with a Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Theology. Now Pastoring the Waiheke Island Baptist Church she is thankful for the training Carey has provided enabling her to be robust and to love and lead well.