Moore College's annual School of Theology is an important way in which we resource people in their various ministries. School of Theology is held on Wednesday 10th and Thursday 11th September at Moore College this year. Online registration is now open.
The 2014 School of Theology will examine the Gospel of Matthew and promises to be very helpful contribution to our thinking about this part of God's word.
“Across the centuries, Matthew’ … more
Dr Greg Anderson, Head of Moore College's Department of Mission, has been elected as the sixth Bishop of the Northern Territory. Dr Anderson has been a member of faculty since 2007. He previously served in the Northern Territory with CMS and the Diocese of Northern Territory.
Moore College Principal Dr Mark Thompson expressed a positive reaction to the news tempered by sadness that Greg will be departing the College. “It is very good news for the Anglican Church of … more
Moore College seeks to honour Christ by equipping disciples to make disciples who will make still more disciples. We are, and have been since we were established in 1856, vitally committed to the commission of Christ: ‘go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit and teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you’ (Matt 28:19–20).
Christian discipleship and disciple-making requires space. It involves being together, talking with each other, learning with each other, praying with each other. Discipleship is not an isolated … more
The Governing Board of the College has approved the Principal’s nomination of Rev Dr Lionel Windsor to the faculty from 1 January 2015. Dr Windsor is a graduate of the College who is currently serving as Assistant Minister at St Augustine’s Anglican Church, Neutral Bay.
He completed a PhD in New Testament studies at Durham University in the UK in 2013. His thesis examined how Paul’s Jewish identity informed his apostolic ministry and is to be published in the … more
Deaconess Margaret Rodgers, a prominent figure in the Diocese of Sydney for more than 40 years has died. Margaret Rodgers served as principal of Deaconess House from 1976-1985 overseeing the pastoral care of female students studying at Moore College, and giving them guidance as to future ministry options.
Many testify to her clear teaching ability and this was evident when she lectured in church history at Moore. Margaret also had a strong and positive influence over the university students who lived … more