Our Pō Whakanuia, Pō Fiafia, Māori and Pasifika Achievement dinner, was a special event to acknowledge the success and achievement of our Māori and Pasifika students.
In July 2022, Carey had the honour and privilege of unveiling our newly installed whakairo carvings in Te Whare Oranga at a dawn service. These carvings are on permanent display, so be sure to stop by and see them next time you are on campus.
We are thrilled to welcome Luke Kaa-Morgan to the Carey community. Read more about how Luke will be contributing to the life and formation of the college.
“I think when you’re in places for a long time, and you’re intentional about that, then God uses that to connect you with others in your community so that you can take people on that discipleship path.”
Dr Sandy Kerr, Carey’s Kaiārahi-Rangahau Māori, looks back over the last five years at Carey and describes some of the incredible changes that have taken place as we attempt to embody the gospel of Jesus Christ.
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?