Public Lectures and Events
Make sure you receive information about the public lectures or conferences being held at our Waitakere, Manukau or Christchurch campuses. Many of these events are free. Some feature internationally recognised scholars that you would usually only be able to engage with through the books they have written. Attending these events is one way to keep your interest in theological engagement and the integration of faith and life active without the pressure of assignments and exams.
Laidlaw College's Libraries
We offer an annual alumni library subscription for $80 for those who wish to access the books and databases in the Laidlaw College libraries in Henderson and Christchurch. The cost of an annual subscription for members of the public is $160.
Please note that this subscription does not allow for remote access to the library databases or a distance borrowing service. However it does provide you with access to all library books, e-books and e-journals within the library and borrowing rights of up to six books for four weeks at a time.
For more information, please see the Alumni Library Membership brochure or contact a librarian on 0800 999 777.
Subscribe to Stimulus - the New Zealand journal of Christian Thought and Practice
Laidlaw College publishes three issues of Stimulus per year. As its name implies Stimulus provides provocative and challenging material for thoughtful readers. Stimulus is a journal with a broad editorial approach and a heritage of lively, faithful scholarship which seeks to promote intelligent debate and shape lives and practices in New Zealand and beyond.
To find out more about Stimulus and to subscribe, please click here.
Resources for Church Leaders
Engage, Laidlaw’s Centre for Church Leadership, is an expression of Laidlaw College’s desire to serve the church and be a mutual partner in the Gospel. Its aim is to bring the wisdom of both the pastoral world (including practitioners, mission leaders and church leaders) and the world of those serving the academy together, so that one informs the other with a renewed imagination in facing the impending challenges of societal change.