Reflect Conference 2022
Reconciling All Things: a Christian perspective for health
We are delighted that we will be running our Reflect 2022 Conferences in partnership with the Nurses Christian Fellowship of NZ, and we'd love for you to join us!
Auckland 7 May 2022 | Christchurch 28 May 2022
Early Bird Pricing (expires 22 April 2022 for Auckland and 13 May for Christchurch): Waged: $129, Unwaged: $69
Standard Pricing (from 23 April): Waged: $149, Unwaged: $89
CMF and NCF members are entitled to a 10% discount on the above registration fees.
To check your membership status please email [email protected]
In the event of Reflect 2022 being cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions, a full refund will be offered for conference registration fees paid. Click here for further information about our cancellation policy.
Jay Ruka (Te Āti Awa, Ngāti Mutunga, Ngāti Koata, Ngā Puhi) has worked in full-time Christian ministry since his early twenties, as a youth mentor, mission director and church minister. He currently serves as the first Māori Dean of Taranaki Cathedral Church of St Mary and the pioneering Director of Te Manu Hononga, the Sir Paul Reeves Centre. He is married to Erin and they live with their three children in Ngāmotu, New Plymouth.
Sheila Mark is currently a Chaplain at the University of Otago Christchurch Campus and Christchurch Hospital. Prior to that she worked for many years as a Pastoral Care Coordinator for an Open Brethren Church, working both within the church and in the local community. She entered into church work following 20+ years of nursing, with experience in a wide variety of areas. She began her nursing career in Tāmaki Makaurau before moving to Ōtautahi in 2001. She is married to Matt and has four adult tamariki and one and a half mokopuna. Using Mason Durie's 'Te Whare Tapa Whā' model, she has suggested to patients that she is doctor of their wairua. She has a passion for partnering daily with medical teams and caring for the wairua (spirit) of patients and staff.