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  • Come to the First Priscilla & Aquila Evening Seminar in 2015

    The Priscilla & Aquila Centre (P&A) has been established to encourage and promote further thinking about the practice of Christian ministry by women. The centre is hosting evening seminars in 2015 to train men and women.

    These informative evening seminars are for preachers, teachers of God's word, bible study leaders, youth group leaders, and Christians generally. You are welcome to come as a bible study group … more

  • Moore College to offer its own PhD

    Moore College is to be the first Anglican College in Australia and one of very few non-university institutions in the country to award its own PhD. The College has been supervising PhDs for many years in conjunction with the University of Sydney and the University of Western Sydney. Now a Moore College PhD will be available.

    On 13 April Professor Nicholas Saunders AO, Chief Commissioner of the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA), informed the College of the decision to grant self-accrediting authority … more

  • You’re Invited to Join Us in Praying for Moore

    The Prayer Support Group is a group of faithful women from all over Sydney that meets together to pray for the College. Parallel to the Prayer Support Group, Moore has created the opportunity for Christian men to support the College in this way. 

    Philippians 4:6 “Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.”

    Prayer Support … more

  • Open Events 2015 Coming Soon

    Do you want to be better equipped for a lifetime of mission and ministry? Come and check out Moore, experience College life and get a taste of the in-depth theological training Moore offers.

    The details of our Open Events in May:

    Open NightMonday 4 May 7:15pm – 9pm15 King St Newtown

    Open WeekMonday 4 May – Friday 8 May15 King St NewtownVisit our Open Events webpage for … more

  • Moore College appoints its first Educational Technologist

    Martin Olmos has been appointed the College’s first Educational Technologist in a role focussed on developing our use of technology in order to enhance the learning and teaching experience in our classrooms.

    Martin has already been serving in a similar role focused on our distance education programs. He has provided an enormous amount of help in bringing our distance courses into the twenty-first century. … more