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At Carey one of our values is whakawhanaungatanga. We value relationship and connection. If you have been involved in the life of Carey – as a graduate, staff member, family or supporter – we want to connect with you. Here you will find stories about the ways in which the Carey community is bringing gospel renewal to people and places throughout Aotearoa and beyond. Sign up for our newsletter or contact us directly – we would love to hear from you.

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Alumni Stories

Carey has over 1,500 graduates and they all have their own story to tell and news to share.

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Carey Photo Galleries

During the year, Carey hosts a number of events including Graduation and other celebratory events. Photos from these are published online.

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Support Carey

Through attending events, engaging in webinars or further study, financial support or prayer – there are many ways to support Carey.

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“Studying at Carey has been far more than just an academic venture. It has been a journey of discovery about my faith within a community of students and staff that have become my friends and family in so many ways.”

– Caleb Haurua, Graduate, Master of Applied Theology, Bachelor of Applied Theology

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Alumni and Friends Newsletter

We’d love for you to subscribe to this newsletter to hear about current research and challenges facing the church in Aotearoa from alumni, Carey staff and others as well as the latest Carey Events and Activities.

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Carey Centre for Lifelong Learning

The Carey Centre for Lifelong Learning exists to support and resource the on-going professional development of both leaders and practitioners of ministry and mission.

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Carey Graduate School

Carey Graduate School equips Christian leaders to integrate theological research with contemporary contexts and communities for more robust accounts of Christian faith and practice.

“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