Young people make invaluable contributions to communities and are empowered themselves when they participate. Tikanga Youth Synod is both a forum to train and empower young people to engage, and to put that knowledge into immediate practice.
With the help of leaders on the frontline of Climate Action in Fiji & the Pacific Islands, & with opportunities to engage with communities on the ground, TYE in 2016 will learn about tangible actions we can contribute to and be a part of to build resilience and be prepared in the face of Climate Change.
Raukura 2016 is all about adventure-based learning-strengthening the relationships of Regional, Diocesan/Hui Amorangi, and Tikanga level youth leaders and giving them tools to lead and support others in their own ministries.
The Abbey 2016 promises to be another great chance to meet, discuss, laugh, pray, encourage, worship and eat with 200 other Anglican youth leaders who love Jesus and who love working with young people.
Offering servant leadership at the Church's highest level, the pononga programme provides an awesome opportunity for 6 young people to serve, experience and contribute to the life and mission of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia.
With the help of experts with track records of effective advocacy and action on Climate Change and Refugees, TYS in 2016 will learn more about these issues and look at how we can engage in advocacy and action beginning with our own communities.
Get a new take on the human and faith development of young people and how to best walk with them and be a positive influence on their faith journeys.
We encourage everyone not only to gather together, but also to learn about serving in Mission together. CLMC2015 gives us the opportunity to eat, drink, breathe, sleep, learn and dream Mission together, while forming new mission alliances, partnerships and networks.
The Abbey 2015 promises to be another great chance to meet, discuss, laugh, pray, encourage, worship and eat with 200 other Anglican youth leaders who love Jesus and who love working with young people.
"Prepare the Way" - the Theological Hui 2015 - will draw us together in prayer, discernment, study, pilgrimage and practice to figure out how God is present and active in each of our contexts across Aotearoa-NZ and Polynesia, and how we can all the more effectively witness to it.