Reverend Gareth Walters – Head Chaplain
Reverend Gareth Walters was appointed to the position of Head Chaplain at King’s College in March 2020.
Rev. Walters will be familiar to many in the wider King’s community having served for seven years as Assistant Chaplain with Reverend Warner Wilder from 2009 to 2016.
Rev. Walters' 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.
We look forward to announcing Reverend Walters' licensing and commissioning as the new Head Chaplain in due course.
Onosa'i Auva'a – Assistant Chaplain
Onosa'i took up the role of Assistant Chaplain at the beginning of Term 2, 2016. Onosa'i 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, Onosa'i has played professional rugby, playing for the Auckland Blues, Counties Manukau, Sale Sharks in England and the New Zealand Sevens, winning a gold medal at the 2006 Commonwealth Games.
Onosa'i relates extremely well to the students and his ministry is marked by his willingness to share his faith with them.