News - Te Ao Maori

Carey – A Forerunner for Change?

August 19, 2021 | CareyBC

Carey – A Forerunner for Change?   We at Carey need to be the forerunners of the change that we know the denomination has signalled they want, but don’t know how to do. [Carey...Read More

Pōwhiri, Woven Together

June 11, 2021 | CareyBC

  Written by Nicola Mountfort (Pastoral Leadership student, Eastview Baptist Church) Pōwhiri Arriving at Te Whetū-o-Te Rangi marae, we were a group of a few friends and many...Read More

Protecting Ihumātao

August 16, 2019 | CareyBC

Ihumātao is an issue of our times. It is a significant moment in the history of our nation and for Carey Baptist College, located just a few kilometers from the settlement of Ihumātao, it is...Read More

“Drop Your Nets and Follow Me”

April 16, 2019 | CareyBC

Preparing to Serve and Thrive as Māori Joining Carey’s new Ngā Pou Amorangi (Māori Leadership Training programme) has been a journey of tuakiri (identity) and koronga (purpose/aspiration)...Read More

I Don’t Support Biculturalism

June 18, 2018 | CareyBC

I have a confession to make - I don’t really support the idea of biculturalism at Carey. My issues with biculturalism relate to the historical and contemporary uses of the word and the focus...Read More