Kaua hoki tō koutou āhua e rite ki tō tēnei ao; engari, kia puta kē, arā kia whakahoutia ō koutou hinengaro, kia whakamātautauria ai e koutou tā te Atua e pai ai, te mea e pai ana, e manakohia ana, e tino rite ana.
Do not conform yourselves to the standards of this world, but let God transform you inwardly by a complete change of your mind. Then you will be able know the will of God—What is good and is pleasing to him and is perfect.
– Romā / Romans 12:2
Several centres provide theological education and training for students throughout Aotearoa New Zealand and Polynesia; these are a few of them.
The College of St John the Evangelist
The College of St John the Evangelist is the residential theological college of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia, incorporating three Anglican colleges: The College of the Southern Cross (for the Anglican Dioceses in New Zealand), The College of the Diocese of Polynesia (the theological college of the Diocese of Polynesia) and Te Whare Wananga o Te Rau Kahikatea (the theological college of Te Pihopatanga o Aotearoa). The College provides diploma level teaching and ministry formation; it works in partnership with other tertiary providers to facilitate further tertiary theological education.
Te Rau College
Te Rau College: The Whare Wananga o Te Hui Amorangi ki Te Tairawhiti. Te Rau College believes in indigenous and incarnational ways of teaching and learning. It is committed to living out its mission through deliberative and collaborative inquiry by developing, critically examining, communicating, or otherwise engaging the rich resources of Mihinare thought and imagination.
St John the Baptist Theological College
St John the Baptist Theological College provides theological education and ministry formation in Fiji.
Bishopdale College, located in Nelson, is a community of study and training that seeks the One God, who is Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
Theology House, located in Christchurch, provides a stimulating environment in an ecumenical setting for people to learn at whatever level is most suitable for them.
Ōrongonui: Te Kura Mihinare o Te Pīhopatanga o Te Tai Tokerau. Ōrongonui offers their ākonga whanaungatanga and equips them for ministry within their whānau, kāinga, marae and their hāhi.