EarthDiverse:2019 Term 3 Class Offerings

EarthDiverse:2019 Term 3 Class Offerings

EarthDiverse is offering the following Term 3 classes in Hamilton:

[ ] ‘Discovering Religious Diversity’ series: “Contemporary Belief & Practice: Selected Topics 1”
• class meets weekly on Thursday mornings during Term 3 from 10:00am-12:30pm (8 sessions)
• classes begin on Thursday 1 August and run through Thursday 19 September 2019
• classes meet at Artmakers, Norris Ward Park Arts Centre, 2 Seddon Road, Hamilton
• Cost per person per term: Waged: $104; Unwaged/Students/Seniors: $84


[ ] ‘Contemporary Issues in Religion’ series: “Other ‘Isms”
• class meets weekly on Thursday evenings during Term 3 from 6:00-8:30pm (8 sessions)
• classes begin on Thursday 1 August and run through Thursday 19 September 2019
• classes meet at Artmakers, Norris Ward Park Arts Centre, 2 Seddon Road, Hamilton
• Cost per person per term: Waged: $104; Unwaged/Students/Seniors: $84

[ ] Hindi Language class: Introductory Hindi: focus on learning Devanāgarī script
• class meets weekly on Friday afternoons during Term 3 from 4:00-5:30pm (8 sessions)
• classes begin on Friday 2 August and run through Friday 20 September 2019
• classes meet at Artmakers, Norris Ward Park Arts Centre, 2 Seddon Road, Hamilton
• Cost per person per term: Waged: $104; Unwaged/Students/Seniors: $84

[ ] Hebrew Language class: Introductory Conversational Hebrew
• class meets on alternate Wednesdays during Term 3 from 6:00-7:30pm (5 sessions)
• classes begin on Wed 31 July with subsequent classes 14 Aug, 28 Aug, 11 Sep and 25 Sep.
• classes meet at Artmakers, Norris Ward Park Arts Centre, 2 Seddon Road, Hamilton
• Cost per person per term: Waged: $66.50; Unwaged/Students/Seniors: $54

Below a flyer with additional information, which includes descriptions of each of the classes. The notice also includes Term 3 classes being offered in Te Awamutu and in Tauranga: https://tinyurl.com/ED0719


Expressions of Interest for Sessional / Contract Academic Staff

Expressions of Interest for Sessional / Contract Academic Staff

 
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The Catholic Institute of Aotearoa New Zealand

Expressions of Interest for Sessional/Contract Academic Staff

Nau mai haere mai

The Catholic Institute of Aotearoa New Zealand (TCI) is a tertiary education provider offering quality courses in Christian Ministry, Religious Education, Theological Studies, Christian Leadership and Pastoral Ministry.

TCI is seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified and experienced individuals to join the TCI Faculty in a sessional/contract capacity.

TCI are particularly interested in receiving expressions of interest from individuals with expertise and experience in the following discipline areas:

  • Religious Education

  • Theological Studies

  • Scripture

  • Ethics

  • Pastoral Ministry

Ideally applicants will possess a recognised Masters qualification in their chosen discipline area, together with a formal qualification in the delivery of education. Applicants will also be required to possess an understanding of and willingness to work within the Catholic ethos.

All expressions of interest must be submitted in writing to the acting Academic Dean, Dr Zachariah Duke, via email, z.duke@tci.ac.nz. Please include a current Curriculum Vitae (including contact details for three referees, including your current manager and your parish priest/minister of religion), as well as a covering letter (maximum of two typed A4 pages) that details your suitability for such a role.

If you require further information or would like to have a confidential discussion, please contact Dr Zachariah Duke on z.duke@tci.ac.nz.

There is no formal closing date for expressions of interest.

For information about TCI, please visit our website at www.tci.ac.nz.

Manager of the Catholic Education Office for the Diocese of Dunedin

Manager of the Catholic Education Office for the Diocese of Dunedin

The Roman Catholic Bishop of Dunedin is seeking an inspirational and visionary leader to support the Diocese and our Education leaders beginning January 2020.  The successful applicant will be a person of faith with a strong connection with the Catholic community.

They will have proven leadership experience and an understanding of the Catholic education system, in particular a good understanding of the Integration legislation.

The Diocese of Dunedin has 24 state integrated primary schools and 4 Secondary Colleges.

The Bishop who is the proprietor of the schools and colleges will look to the newly appointed Manager for assistance in regards to the diocese’s relationship with the Ministry of Education and the National Catholic Education Office. The Bishop also seeks a leader who can provide a strategic vision for Catholic Education in the Diocese. Our school leaders will look to the new Manager of The Catholic Education Office for guidance around matters of compliance, pastoral support and educational leadership. A fuller description of the position is available in the information pack.

  

Confidential enquiries can be made to the Bishop’s secretary, Pauline Lee paulinel@cdd.org.nz or phone

03 474 5750.

 

Applications for this role close at 3pm on Wednesday 17 July 2019

Interfaith Relations

Interfaith Relations

Booklet Launch

Join Bishop Steve to introduce the newly revised booket : Promoting Interfaith Relations in Aotearoa New Zealand

Hamilton | 22nd May | 7-8.30pm | Gerry Sullivan Centre, Marian School

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FAITH and SCIENCE together

FAITH and SCIENCE together

Are you coming to listen to Br. Guy Consolmagno speak at the University on 2 May 2019 at 7pm ?

We would love to see you there for this inspiring evening!

Thanks to Catholic Discovery NZ for making this event happen and our Waicath student volunteers for hosting us on campus.

The talk will start at 7pm and there is parking at Gate 1, Knighton Road. Look out for our volunteers in high-vis who will direct you to the lecture theatre.

Please Register Here: http://bit.ly/BrGuySJ

Thanks to Catholic Discovery NZ for sponsoring this event!

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