Faith and Whānau

Cath McVey gets to talk about her two favourite things: children and mission! With experience in teaching, ministry and raising a family in Aotearoa, she shares how to support families in faith formation and develop rhythms of discipleship in the home. Enjoy a balanced perspective from someone who's done the hard yards.
Kids and Family Ministry leader Cath McVey smiles in a colourful Sunday school room

Discipleship at home

Get hands-on tips on nurturing a culture of discipleship at home and how to develop healthy rhythms with realistic expectations. You'll also learn about what God says about family, and how the Church can be involved in coming alongside whānau in practical ways.
A colourful friendly pattern

Learning together

This class can work in a variety of contexts - watch it by yourself to take some ideas home for your own whānau, or gather your ministry team and learn how to support families through the church.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Family on Mission

    • Family on Mission

  • 2

    Jesus and Family

    • Jesus and Family

  • 3

    Church as Whānau

    • Church as Whānau

  • 4

    Supporting Parents

    • Supporting Parents

  • 5

    Regular Rhythms and Patterns

    • Regular Rhythms and Patterns

  • 6

    Praying Together

    • Praying Together

    • Creative Prayer Ideas

  • 7

    Eating Together

    • Eating Together

  • 8

    Forming Faith in the Digital Age

    • Forming Faith in the Digital Age

  • 9


    • Congratulations

A delightful collaboration with the talented team from Strandz - the hub of Children and Families ministry ​in the Anglican Dioceses of New Zealand.