Breaking New Ground

As Nigel Pollock’s time with TSCF as National Director comes to an end, he’s involved with many more new beginnings. As the Programme Director for the International Fellowship of Evangelical Student’s Breaking New Ground initiative, he is furthering...

New year, new staff

Rosie makes it official Rosie Sim’s introduction to student ministry came through her now-husband and Dunedin staff worker Simon Sim. However stepping into the role of staff worker herself, nearly two years after their marriage, has been 25 years in the making. She...

A Sanctuary from the crowds

TSCF staff and students created and hosted two venues at Festival One. The annual event, which celebrates music, art and Christian community, took place 26–29 January just outside of Hamilton. TSCF’s contribution included a student lounge where young adults could hang...

A little drama

The groups that performed the Mark Drama in New Zealand in 2017 were coached by Claire Haworth, a thespian from the UK who also trained locals to coach non-professional actors in future performances. The idea of acting is intimidating for most participants, who not...

Jesus Week opens doors for the lost

Every year, the University of Auckland has a “Jesus Week” where Christian clubs collaborate to hold events, promote discussion and allow fellow students to find answers to their questions about Jesus and Christianity. This year both the City and Grafton...