Throughout the year Carey organises a variety of events as part of our community life and ongoing learning. From Orientation, Graduation, Open Days, SENDing and our annual Conference we are passionate about providing an environment where Christians can engage with contemporary issues and pursue opportunities for ongoing learning to provide depth and energy to their service to God, the church and the world.
Alongside our undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications in Applied Theology we offer a range of seminars, annual conferences, block courses and other events to stimulate discussion, challenge critical thinking and develop ministry and mission practitioners. They are an excellent opportunity for continued learning and to dip your toe into tertiary theological training.
We also organise a number of special events to ensure that every student feels welcome. We work hard to create an inclusive community that is fun, caring and nurturing.
This fun and interactive course for beginners focuses mainly on developing listening and speaking skills.
In the process of learning the basics of te reo Māori we discover who Māori are as tangata whenua (people of the land) and how relationships might be forged and faith shared.
Semester 1 – Starting 26th February 2018.
Limited to 30 people.
Start your 2018 study with confidence!
Join us for our Orientation Day and enjoy a day meeting our lecturers and staff and finding out more about study at Carey.
9am, Thursday 22nd February 2018.
Saturday 24th March
Come and celebrate with us and our graduating students
Give your preaching an extra ‘shot in the arm’ with these seminars taught by Dr Paul Windsor.
Auckland – 24 May 2018
Wellington – 25 May 2018
Dunedin – 26 May 2018
The Significance of Christology for understanding humans.
What does it really mean to say that Jesus reveals what it means to be truly human? And what difference does that make?
Taught by Dr Marc Cortez (Wheaton College).
25 – 29 June 2018
9-11 July and 17-19 September 2018
An in-depth, sustained study of the life of the Holy Spirit within the Bible, theology, and Christian history that will transform your approach to leadership, church, ministry, and life.
Taught by Prof. Frank D. Macchia (Vanguard University) and Dr Myk Habets (Carey Graduate School).