It’s business as usual today as the College turned 160 years old. There won’t be any celebrations or events held to mark this occasion, just a continued commitment to the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ and to growing men and women in the knowledge of God and equipping them to make God known in all the world.
Moore College opened at Liverpool, NSW in 1856 with one teacher and three students. It came into being as the result of a legacy from Thomas Moore, at first a carpenter and boat builder in the early … more
The Prayer Support Group is a group of faithful women from all over Sydney that meets together to pray for the College. The first meeting for the year is coming up next Monday.
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
You are warmly invited to Graduation 2016 – Into All The World! It will be held on 16 March (Wednesday) at City Recital Hall, Angel Place. This annual event is for our graduating diploma, bachelor and postgraduate students who have completed their training at Moore, and now head out around the world to minister Jesus’ love and saving grace.
Rev Christopher Ash, Christian author and preacher, will be the guest speaker at this year’s Graduation event. We hope you can join us at this special night of thanksgiving, encouragement and … more
Centre for Christian Living (CCL) is an initiative of Moore College. Established in 2010, CCL aims to bring biblical ethics to everyday issues. CCL will be holding the first event for 2016— “Learning to speak Christian in an online world” on 17 March, 7.30pm, at Moore College.
Being filled with God’s Spirit begins to change everything about us—including how we speak to one another and to the world. This has its challenges, but somehow the online world seems to … more
Moore College graduates who are candidates will be ordained for ministry at this Saturday's Diocese of Sydney Ordination Service for 2016. We invite friends and supporters of the College to pray for Sydney's newest ministers as they formally begin their ministry service.
The candidates being ordained will go into a range of different ministry positions within the Diocese of Sydney including parish assistant ministers, prison chaplaincy, university chaplaincy, … more
The 2016 Priscilla and Aquila Conference was held on Monday February 1 at the College. The Priscilla and Aquila Centre is directed by Moore College faculty member Jane Tooher. It focuses on encouraging the ministries of women in partnership with men and the annual conference is the focal point of the Centre’s activities.
This year 234 men and women from Sydney, other parts of NSW, interstate, along with some CMS missionaries back on home assignment, packed into the Knox Teaching Centre to look together at the issue … more