Nurses Christian Fellowship of New Zealand
Te Kotahitanga Tapuhi Karaitiana o Aotearoa
Notice of Annual General Meeting
On behalf of the Management Committee of NCFNZ please accept this communication as notice of an Annual General Meeting (AGM).
The main business of the AGM will be to:
- Receive a report from the President / Chair concerning NCFNZ’s activities in 2016-17
- Receive a report from the Treasurer concerning the financial status of NCFNZ
- To elect officers to the positions of: President / Chair, Māori Representative, Pasifika Representative, Student Representative, Membership Secretary, and Treasurer
Any other business from the Management Committee and membership at large
With reference to the election of Officers, nominations are welcome from any member of NCFNZ.
Click here: NCFNZ AGM 2017 for a nomination form.
This can be posted to NCFNZ 705A Ridge Rd, RD3 Albany, Auckland 0793, or submitted by e-mail to: email@example.com
NCFNZ is a Society Incorporated with NZ Companies Office – reference 2619651
NCFNZ is a Charity Registered with the Dept. of Internal Affairs – reference CC52520
APPLYING CHRIST’S CALL
TO FAITH COMMUNITY NURSING IN 2017
NZ FAITH COMMUNITY NURSING ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE SEPT 8TH AND 9TH 2017
COME TO AUCKLAND TO HEAR AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE ON FAITH COMMUNITY NURSING: HELEN WORDSWORTH, CO-FOUNDER OF PARISH NURSING IN THE UK, WILL BE IN NEW ZEALAND DURING THE SPRING AND HAS KINDLY AGREED TO SPEAK AT THE CONFERENCE.
Helen will relate her message to our theme verse: “Jesus is the same yesterday and today and forever” HEB 13:8. She will also present the research that she did for her doctorate and has published as “Rediscovering a Ministry of Health: Parish nursing as a mission of the local church.” This provides a compelling argument for churches pondering the value of a Faith Community Nurse so invite people to hear what she has to say.
Other speakers will be from among our membership:
Rachael Westenra – the after effects of an earthquake
Janet Hogan – emergency preparedness
Elizabeth Niven – “current research and thinking on spiritual care in dementia” Elizabeth is one of our Life Members and a past chairperson of NZFCNA.
The conference venue has views stretching across Auckland’s magnificent Manukau Harbour, and bordered on the west by one of the city’s premier parks. Selwyn Heights enjoys a prime location in charming Hillsborough, central Auckland. It is conveniently situated just off Auckland’s south-western motorway and only fifteen minutes from the airport and motorway south, making The Selwyn Heights Retirement Village easily accessible for family visiting from the city, eastern and western suburbs.
Originally known as the Masonic Village it was established over forty years ago and purchased by The Selwyn Foundation in 2005.
SEE THE CONFERENCE WEBSITE FOR MORE DETAILS: