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.
Suffering Christ’s Call: Christian Discipleship and the Way of the Cross.
This Block Course is the Special Topic (Ministry) course taught as part of the Carey Graduate School stable.
Taught by visiting lecturer Dr Michael Mawson.
6 – 10 May on-site at Carey.
Come and see how theological education and training can further equip you to make a difference.
Join the Carey Community for a simple, relaxed, informative day.
No bottom-lines to sign. No special programmes. This is us…as we are.
Nau Mai, Haere Mai! Join us in Aotearoa New Zealand for the 2019 ANZATS Conference with the theme “Missional Theology”
July 1 – 3 2019 @ Carey Baptist College
Registrations and Call for Papers now Open
Reading Paul Missionally.
This Block Course is the Special Topic (Missions) course taught as part of the Carey Graduate School stable.
Taught by visiting lecturer Prof. Michael J. Gorman and Dr George Wieland.
8 – 10 July and 3 – 5 September on-site at Carey.
Join us in Auckland for the 2019 Conference of the International Association for the Study of Youth Ministry
1 – 3 August 2019
How do we live out the Christian faith—from a biblical, theological and historical perspective?
This very practical course introduces students to the major traditions and classic writings within Christian spirituality and engages with a selection of the most pressing issues in contemporary spirituality and ministry.
Taught by Guest Lecturer Alan Jamieson
8 – 9 August and 17 – 19 September 2019
This course examines the family, and family life, in contemporary New Zealand from theological and sociological perspectives.
Perfect if you are engaged in ministry, particularly to children, young people and families.
With Guest Lecturer Carlton Johnstone
2 – 6 September 2019
This course strives to integrate both the practical and theological application of worship design and leadership in order to foster a meaningful, contextual and biblically grounded response to God as His gathered community.
With Guest Lecturer Malcolm Gordon
9 – 13 September 2019