APTO 2018 Conference, Suva Fiji
Weaving Theology in Oceania: Culture, Context and Practice
Evening Sat 17th November to Evening Wed 21st November 2018
Pacific Regional Seminary (PRS)
461 Queen Elizabeth Drive Nasese, Suva, Fiji
University of the South Pacific
Laucala Campus, Suva, FijiSheets are supplied but not Towels and soap/ shampoo etc So please bring these items. Also if possible pack a plate/bowl and knife/fork and spoon ( we suggest plastic) for yourself for breakfast Breakfast is not supplied as part of the room price however APTO will supply breakfast items – fruit, Yogurt, cereal and milk for participants available in each small kitchen area. It would help greatly if you could pack your own plate etc and utensils for breakfast as these items are expensive in Fiji.
Other meals -lunch and dinner are supplied at the Pacific Regional Seminary as part of the Conference program. The Conference dinner will be at a local restaurant at your own cost if you wish to attend.
|The 2018 APTO Conference is to be conducted in partnership with the|
- Rev Dr Upolu Luma Vaai- Head of Theology and Ethics, Associate Professor at Pacific Theological College-
Eco-Relational Theology: The Trinitarian Structure of Life in Oceania
Rev Dr Seforosa Carroll- Uniting Church Minister and Theologian, Public and Contextual Theology Research Centre, Charles Sturt University, originally from Fiji - Weaving Women, Theology, & Dialogue
Dr Sr Malia Keiti Ann Kanongata'a - Missiologist from Tonga - Empowering women: Responding to the violence and abuse of spousal love/relationship.
- Dr Debra Snoddy Scripture Scholar at Catholic Institute of Sydney - Mary: Woman of the Gospel Woman of Faith
- Most Rev Dr Peter Loy Chong - Catholic Archbishop of Suva - Laudato Si: Implications for Pacific peoples
- Dr. Claire Wolfteich- Professor, Boston University School of Theology Co-Director, Centre for Practical Theology via Video and Audio Link
Rev Dr Arthur Leger - Leadership in context
Sr Evelina Tuia smf, Archdiocese of Samoa-Apia - Contemporary marriage Issues in the Pacific
Rev Dr Donato Kivi - Mary, eco-spirituality and evangelisation
|The 2018 APTO conference is for practical-pastoral theologians, reflective pastoral practitioners, teachers, researchers and policy makers and research students from all Christian denominations across the whole of Oceania in range of fields listed below and beyond:|
|Mission ● Welfare ● Health Care ● Theological education ● Formation for Ministry ● Environment ● Social Justice ● Politics ● Housing ● Employment ● Story -Preaching ● Adult Faith Education ● Pastoral Care ● Clinical Pastoral Education ● Social Media ● Economic policy ● Neo-Colonialism ● Marriage and Family ● Disability ● Social Research ● Church Life Research ● Domestic Violence ● Women in the Church ● Migration &Refugee policy ● Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Education ● Religious Education - Catechetical Instruction.|
|Cost: Conference only, $300 (Australian) Pacific/PNG Delegate $200 (Australian)|
Episcopal Conference of the Pacific