NZCIS is a nationwide initiative with events and people all around the country. Below is a list of people and events organised into centres. If you find yourself outside these centres make sure you still sign up as many of the events are live streamed for everyone to participate in. If you are wanting to run a small group programme in your region feel free to request resources or contact us if you want support.

Students and staff from all centres are warmly welcome to the September conference. Student scholarships will be available.

please see the website or contact Nicola at  hoggard.n@gmail.com for details

Dunedin

Local coordinator: TBA  Contact Nicola at hoggard.n@gmail.com

Student Discussion some time in September
Professor John Stenhouse will be teaching a course on Darwin in the new year

Winter Lectures to start second Semester

Auckland

Local coordinator: Dr. Nicola Hoggard Creegan

Discussion Series on The Test of Faith 5.15 Maclaurin Chapel May 17, 24,  31, with coke and pizza

Winter Lectures Wed August 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th, at 5.30 with light refreshments. Speakers are Prof. Jeff Tallon, Dr. Helen Bichan, Dr. Graeme Finlay and Dr. Ruth Barton  More details under events

Second semester discussion Wednesdays, July 19th, 26th, August 2nd at the medical school,  5.15pm with Coke and Pizza

CONFERENCE: God of Wonder: Science talks to theology Sept 22/23

September 20th poetry with Christopher Southgate

Hamilton

Local coordinator: Dr. Nick Goodwin, nicholas.james.goodwin@gmail.com

Discussion groups on Reading Genesis upcoming

Wellington

Local coordinator:  Dr. Sean Devine  sean.devine@vuw.ac.nz

Discussion Groups upcoming

September 18-19 Discussions and Seminar with Christopher Southgate. More details to follow.

Oct 7th in partnership with the Centre for Public Theology and  A Rocha, Beyond Blame: Christianity and the Future of Creation  More details to come

Christchurch

Local coordinator:  Professor Stephen Chambers  steve.chambers@otago.ac.nz

Discussion series to be arranged soon.

Discussion of Plenary lecture with Christopher Southgate. September 25/26