Change That Works

Third Monday of the Month at 9.30am
Replayed the following Wednesday at 12pm.


Methodist Mission Southern’s vision is of a safe, caring, and sustainable society where every citizen is valued and respected, and enjoys an equal opportunity to lead a fulfilled life.
Tune into Change That Works to hear how the Mission’s programmes help our communities to achieve that vision.

Gospel Voice

Fortnightly Sundays @ 9.30am

Gospel Voice through Christ Loves All Nations. 

Join this great journey of Christian faith that brings joy, peace, hope, Christ’s love and healing in the community.

What’s News Dunedin?

Fridays @ 12pm

Join Richard Knights for a run-down of the week’s local news and posts that have been sparking interest and conversation on the What’s News Dunedin? online group, as well as interviews with local community superstars with interesting stories to share.
What’s News Dunedin? programme is proudly sponsored by Huzur Kebab Cafe.

Salam Pakistan

Every 4th Monday @ 6pm

The Dunedin Pakistan Society brings you – Salam Pakistan!
Time to delve into the rich and diverse world of Pakistan, exploring its fascinating culture, cuisine, music, and the incredible Pakistani community right here in New Zealand.
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Blockchain and Money

Thursdays @ 7pm

Join Hamiora Bennett to explore life skills economics to help understand the world and systems we live in.

Hami challenges traditional ways of thinking about money and economics, to empower society with tools and concepts to navigate this confusing and sometimes scary space.

Brain Waves

Wednesdays @ 10.30am

Brain Waves – making waves for the brain injury community
Join Jane Butterfield from Brain Injury Otago to discover powerful first-hand accounts of people who have triumphed over the challenges of living with a brain injury.

Explore inspiring stories of resilience, courage and hope that shed light on the journey of recovery.

Brain Waves is made with support from Te Korowai Whetū Social Cohesion Community Fund.

Starfishing For Peace

Mondays @ 8pm
Replays Sundays @ 10.30am

Kirsteen McLay from The Starfish Collective, a humanitarian charity organisation, based in Dunedin, Aotearoa New Zealand looks at different topics pertaining to peace, taking positive steps towards a better, kinder future for Papatūānuku, and for all who live here.

What would world peace look like?

How might we work together towards achieving a World Without War?

Starfishing for Peace is a non-religious Dunedin based Peace Group which meets on the last Saturday of every month in the Matheson Room at Knox Church at 2pm.