Our college site in Penrose is no longer suited to our future training and formation needs. Read about our plans to sell and move to a new location here.
Bronwyn Owen, Chaplain at Large for the central city of Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland, visited students to give us a glimpse into the life of the street whānau who she knows, loves, and works with.
Grace Doak, Bachelor of Applied Theology student, created a piece of artwork for her Revelation assignment, contrasting the two different concepts of victory in Revelation.
Our Pō Whakanuia, Pō Fiafia, Māori and Pasifika Achievement dinner, was a special event to acknowledge the success and achievement of our Māori and Pasifika students.
Bernie Cowan, Bachelor of Applied Theology student, created this emotionally evocative piece of thematic music in response to his reading of Revelation. What do you feel when you listen to this?
After 23 years of outstanding service at Carey, George Wieland has decided it’s time to step down from his role as Director of Mission Research and Formation.
Julie Chamberlain (graduating Pastoral Leadership student) gave the student address at SENDing 2022 on Friday 21 September. You can read it here.
Carey is excited to welcome Emma Stokes as Lecturer in Bible and Mission in 2023. An experienced practitioner and gifted academic, Emma shares Carey’s deep commitment to the mission of God.
Carey is excited to welcome Jonathan Robinson as Lecturer in New Testament in 2023. Jonathan brings to the role 14 years’ experience in pastoral ministry, both in the United Kingdom and New Zealand.
Sarah Beisly discusses how her participation in Carey's postgraduate paper, Human Flourishing, has enabled her to explore the cross-section of theology and psychological trauma.
In July 2022, Carey had the honour and privilege of unveiling our newly installed whakairo carvings in Te Whare Oranga at a dawn service. These carvings are on permanent display, so be sure to stop by and see them next time you are on campus.
Carey graduate, Lachlan Bull, creatively narrates a story of jubilee. In this story, he offers a unique perspective of jubilee as a cairn, a mound of stones intentionally placed, "marking not just a static point, but also a crossing point, a place in which we cross from what was, to what might be."