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Connect: Being away from home and working hard can sometimes be a challenge. We are here to connect with you and help you connect with others.
Reflect: Student life gets pretty busy these days with deadlines, exams and projects. Sometimes it's really good to be able to take time out and take life in.
Support: Sometimes 'stuff' happens that we may not have bargained for. The chaplaincy is there for you in such times.
Massey Wellington is known as 'The Creative Campus.' The chaplaincy recognise the significance of the creative spirit within us that seeks to make sense of the world around us.
The Chaplaincy understand that we are all created in the image of God. Therefore no matter what our faith, gender, race, income, sexual orientation or role on this Earth is, all of us reflect an image or imprint of God.
Ian is on campus Wednesday.
Ian is the Anglican chaplain and oversees the chaplaincy. He is also the family, children's and youth minister at St Mary's Church in Karori. He is on campus every Wednesday and contactable below:
Tel: 021 288 2757 or email: Ian Cook
Koleta is on campus Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.
Koleta is from St Anne's Catholic Church in Newtown, Wellington. She has taught in primary schools and as an Early Childhood Educator. She has also been involved at Wellington East Girls' College for thirteen years. She is a qualified interpreter and has been counselling the inmates at Rimutaka prison. She also has experience in working in court and prisons. She holds diplomas of Pastoral Worker and Theology and is a mother of three young adults - a son and two daughters. She also has a granddaughter (17) and a grandson (12).
Tel: 027 364 14548 or email: Koleta Konise
Lynley is on campus every Wednesday and Thursday.
Lynley has a diploma in Theology and is part of Blueprint Church. As well as pastoral care, she also works at The Free Store on Willis St. She has previously worked in real estate and owned a toy store.
Tel: 027 286 9386 or email: Lynley Webster
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Last updated on Wednesday 20 September 2017