Our BOLD Team is currently on their overseas Ministry Exchange in Fiji! They will be away for 11 days (8th - 19th Dec), learning from and serving in the community of Church of the Holy Cross, Dreketi. While they are there the team will be involved in visiting homes and villages, sharing testimonies, praying for people, connecting with young people, running children’s programmes and even leading the Sunday morning service in the church. They will also be attending Archdeacon Henry Bull’s... >> read more
We are looking for a Ministry Assistant!
Do you like running events for teens? Producing content for social media? Being part of a team? We need a completer-finisher, detail orientated person, with good communication skills (written & verbal) who has some experience in youth ministry (ideally a voluntary youth leader). The role is part-time, 10 hours per week over 2 days. The role is perfect for a University student (our office is in Parnell). The role starts mid to late... >> read more
St John's Campbell's Bay are seeking a part time Youth and Families worker.
Are you a creative and organised person of faith who enjoys working with young people and families?
This paid role is for ten hours per week which includes Youth Group meetings on Friday nights.
For a job description or to apply please contact the parish office on firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date 18/11/2017 >> read more
St Margaret's, Hillsborough is passionate about welcoming and equipping people of all ages, genders and races, to find their identity and calling in Jesus Christ and their place in His Church. They are looking for someone who has a strong faith, is passionate about inspiring young people, and is driven to be their best, to be their new Youth Ministry Leader & Co-Ordinator (25-30 hours a week).
The role involves:
Directing and overseeing the whole youth ministry, providing... >> read more
The HHN has asked AYM to recommend to them a female trustee who would bring a youth perspective to their Trust board. The Trust exists to support girls and women and distributes up to $300,000 over 2 funding rounds per year. This would suit a woman between 18-30 years who enjoys making a difference and would value some experience as a Trustee. In the past HHN has supported our Girls Retreats and the Grace Collective.
This is a great opportunity to be involved in praying for... >> read more
Two of our wonderful youth reps, Michael Kennerley and Jeremy Harris, presented a motion to Auckland Synod on homelessness. It read:
THAT this Synod calls for the following courses of action:
That Ministry Units liaise closely and effectively with other community based organisations in efforts to house the homeless;
That the homelessness crisis be on the agenda for each clergy cluster meeting until Diocesan Synod 2017;
That each Ministry... >> read more
Yesterday I filmed a video with Bishop Ross which will be released next week, and in that he prayed for the victims of the Orlando shooting, with humility, pain, deep emotion, lament and hope. That tragedy calls us to our knees in prayer, and to our feet in love to go and be with those who mourn. The Bishop’s love challenges me to love Jesus more, to love more like Him, to turn to God on my knees, and to be his hands and feet. Who in your life challenges you to become more like your king,... >> read more
This new qualification is the result of a collaboration between Laidlaw College and St John’s College. Students would gain a Bachelor of Ministries which would include youth ministry papers, Anglican Studies papers and field work. This qualification will be overseen by our National Youth Advisor for Tikanga Pakeha, Phil Trotter. Phil has managed to secure full scholarships ($7,000 fulltime, $1,200 part-time) for the first year of study and a high probability of ongoing funding through the St... >> read more