Archives for: February 2022

There were 3 posts published in February 2022.

All the latest Buzz (March 22)

We invite you to read the latest edition of the Buzz Newsletter

In this month’s Buzz:

  • Connect – Save the Date
  • Isolation care packages
  • Easter ideas for your church
  • Young Adult Ministry Cohort
  • Recommendations for children’s and youth Ministry in the Traffic Light System
  • NUA
  • Safety WOF Refresher
  • Emerge Leadership Formation
  • No arms, oo legs, no worries

Save the Date: Connect 2022

We have heard from many people who are hoping we can run our national youth ministry conference Connect this year. We communicated that we would be making an announcement about Connect by the 21st February.  

Well, here we are in February, and the Omicron variant of COVID is clearly starting its upward trend on the bell curve, which makes it’s it very hard to be certain about upcoming events. We believe we will be in a much better place in a couple of months’ time to make a decision about Connect 2022.  

What we can say at this point is that we have provisional dates booked for El Rancho, Wellington on the on the 22-24 July, and we ask that you put these dates in your calendar. 

As we discern putting on Connect ‘22 we will continue pray, pay attention to the news and experts, and engage our key stakeholders and colleagues.  

PT Job Vacancy – Wellington

Four Parishes in the western area of Wellington, Wadestown Presbyterian, Ngaio Union, Khandallah Presbyterian and Johnsonville Uniting (The Hub) are looking to recruit a Youth Ministry Worker to strengthen their joint ministries of faith. This half time role will have an emphasis on ensuring the needs of young people within the community are identified and developed. Along with a call to Youth Ministry you will share the Hub vision and direction.

  • To be successful in the role it is expected you will have:
  • Experience in working with young people
  • Strong personal faith and a willingness to support young people to explore their Christian faith in a supportive environment
  • An approachable, energetic and natural easy going leadership style
  • The ability to work ecumenically, cross culturally, and with an open mind across the diversity of the communities.
  • Strong organisational skills and be effective in managing your time

If you believe you are called to minister to the young people across our four parishes and their communities then please contact the Reverend Ryhan Prasad,, for a role description or more information. Applications will close on 28th February 202