Faith and belief in New Zealand: McCrindle Report May 2018
The latest research on faith and belief in New Zealand has just been released: commissioned by the Wilberforce Foundation, undertaken by Australian research company McCrindle. It explores attitudes towards religion, spirituality and Christianity.
Mike’s blog about the report makes interesting reading – as does the report itself.
Mike Crudge lives in Auckland and is the Director of the Carey Centre for Lifelong Learning, that provides ongoing professional development and support for church leaders throughout New Zealand. It is part of New Zealand’s Baptist theological college.
We now have a separate page on Facebook for Conference information and updates. While you’ll still find information on the Progressive Christianity Aotearoa page, its newsfeed won’t be quite as full of Conference-related posts.
Creation: ecology, theology, revolution on Facebook
Another guest speaker, draft Programme, easier-to-complete Registration form, detailed information about transport, catering, accommodation, parking – and more!
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A prayer for Pentecost – Spirit energy
Prayer at Pentecost in Aotearoa
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Photographs © bronwyn angela white, Kāpiti / Wellington
“Creation: Ecology, Theology, Revolution”
Friday 7 – Sunday 9 September 2018
St Andrew’s on The Terrace, Wellington
Opens 3.00pm on Friday; closes after church and morning tea on Sunday.
Download the REGISTRATION FORM
See more information here: COMMON GROUND 2018 CONFERENCE
Introducing the guest speakers at Common Ground 2018 Conference: we are fortunate to have Professor Martin Manning, Dr Emily Colgan and Grant Robertson MP as our speakers. As we receive them, we’ll post more detailed information, such as bios and abstracts.
You can find information about the workshops on offer.