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  • Enrolment for new Moore Distance offerings launched

    Moore College is known around the world for its full-time theological education programs with their focus on learning in community. However, not everyone can come to Moore College to study full-time. We have worked hard to bring many of the benefits of learning in community to the distance education program. We are excited to offer a number of new options.

    Praise God! Thousands of Christians around the world have found great Bible-based teaching with the distance education program through Moore College.

    To meet this growing need, Moore College has … more

  • Ordination Service this Saturday

    Moore College graduates who are candidates will be ordained for ministry at this Saturday's Diocese of Sydney Ordination Service. We invite prayer supporters and friends of the College to attend to encourage, support and pray for Sydney's newest ministers as they formally begin their service. 

    Those candidates ordained will go into a range of different ministry positions within the diocese. To see the positions and prayer points for all of our students who exited the College in 2013 … more

  • Moore College Opening Hours 2014

    The Moore College office is open from 9am-5pm Monday to Friday throughout the year. Days on which the office and Library will not be open to the public in 2014 due to NSW Public Holidays are listed here. 

    NSW Public Holiday


    Australia Day 

    Monday, 27 January

    Good Friday 

    Friday, 18 April

    Easter Monday 

    Monday, 21 April

    Anzac Day 

    Friday, 25 April … more

  • Moore Community Space

    Moore College is known around the world for its commitment to learning in community. We are concerned not just with imparting information but with building convictions and shaping character as we grow together in the knowledge of God.

    But community learning needs community space and Moore College has outgrown its facilities in this vital area. This is what the Being Moore campaign is really all about. The building of the Main … more