Rev Warren Watson
Rev Warren Watson was officially licensed and commissioned as the new Senior Chaplain of King’s College on 2 February 2017.
Rev Warren joins the College from Dilworth School, where he served as School Chaplain for more than ten years.
His aspirations for the ministry of the King's College Chapel is to simply support and affirm the College’s goal of delivering a good all round education to the students, especially within the area of Christian spirituality in the Anglican tradition. His on-going prayer is that the Chapel would continue to be a place where our community may find spiritual strength, renewed vision and peace.
Rev Warren's chief responsibility is the oversight of our Chaplaincy, the pastoral care of the wider College community and the College's engagement with the charities it supports. His office is located at the rear of the Chapel.
Mr Onosai Auva'a
Taking up the role of Assistant Chaplain at the beginning of Term 2, 2016 was Onosai Auva’a. Onosai attended King’s College from 1998-2002. He was Deputy Head Prefect, captain of the First XV and leader of the Jazz Band.
Since leaving school, Onosai has played professional rugby, playing for the Auckland Blues, Counties Manuka, Sale Sharks in England and the New Zealand Sevens, winning a gold medal at the 2006 Commonwealth Games.
Onosai relates extremely well to the students and his ministry to date has been marked by his willingness to share his faith with them.
Mrs Rosemary Carrington
Mrs Rosemary Carrington has served as our Community Services Facilitator at the College for the past six years. Married to School Housemaster, Mr Ken Carrington, both their sons and their daughter have been students of the College.
Prior to starting at King's, Mrs Carrington served as Head of Health and Director of Physical Education at Epsom Girls' Grammar School and Dean at Otahuhu College.
Passionate about her pastoral role, Mrs Carrington facilitates the students' community service, including Reading-In-Schools and many of the after-school programmes students attend, including Retirement Home visiting, homework programmes and the Mangere Refuge Centre. Mrs. Carrington also signs off on the community service component of the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme. Her office is located in the Chapel Close.