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  • 2017 Reformation Study Tour | 26 April – 12 May 2017

    Moore has created an MA (Theol) Reformation Study Tour unit, in which Moore students can join a tour group in 2017 that will be travelling from Prague through Germany and Switzerland and finishing up in England. 

    In 2017, the Reverend Dr Michael Jensen, Rector of Darling Point Anglican Church, will be leading a tour of the key Reformation sites of Europe. Moore College MA (Theol) students can … more

  • Rev Rick Smith Joins Moore College’s Centre for Ministry Development

    Moore College’s Centre for Ministry Development (CMD) has been assisting in the theologically shaped development of ministers for the past four years. The Centre has recognised the need to assist more clergy through mentoring and for developing new Rectors and has appointed Rick Smith to join the team as a consultant.

    “We are really excited to have Rick join our team in this strategically important role” says CMD Acting Co Director Peter Mayrick.

    “Rick’s life is devoted to serving our Lord … more

  • Societas 2016 has a fearful theme

    Eagerly anticipated each year by the Moore College community, the Societas yearbook is an exciting showcase of our student body and faculty. As it is a welcome insight into College life for those who cannot be a daily part of the Newtown campus, Societas also serves as a prayer resource for supporters. 

    Expected to be available from late August or mid September, Societas 2016 has dared to tackle the theme of “fear”. Among its many profiles, interviews and articles, Societas will wade … more

  • Moore Celebrating the Reformation in 2017

    Knowing where we have come from can help us to better understand who we are and what we are about. Christians find their total identity in Jesus Christ but there are other major figures or events from the past which continue to shape Christianity today.

    Next year, Moore College will host a range of events to celebrate the 500-year anniversary of the European Reformation and its ongoing importance to theology and everyday life.

    “The … more

  • School of Theology to take delegates on a journey from sin and death to redemption and new life

    This year’s Moore College School of Theology offers masterclasses which focus upon key connections between God and His world. “Out of the Depths” is the unifying theme of this annual one-day event, with College faculty discussing a significant spectrum of what it means to rise in restored relationship with God through Jesus Christ.

    “This year’s Moore College School of Theology will take us on a journey from sin and death to redemption and new life,” explains Andrew Shead, Head of Old Testament at Moore, about … more