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
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
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
Mission Awareness Week (MAW) 2016 is being held this week (25-29 July). MAW is an important annual event in the Moore College calendar. It is held each July and provides the opportunity to see what God is doing in the world, and to be challenged as to how we are going to be involved in God’s mission work.
The aim of Moore's Mission Awareness Week is to raise College’s awareness of global mission opportunities, to encourage prayer for the work of missionary organisations, to think about what … more
Do we need to even care about church unity? What’s going to happen to us after we die? And how do we investigate studying at Moore College? All of these questions – and more – will be addressed at Moore College’s many and varied events this coming month.
August gets off to a flying start with the next public event of Moore’s Centre for Christian Living, to be held at St Luke’s, Miranda, on August 1. The idea of unity between members of … more
“Our College is built on prayer” is the memorable truth we want the entire Moore community to be united by on Moore College Sunday (August 7). But it’s also the dependent attitude we must constantly have and Moore offers plenty of regular opportunities for praying together.
Stop what you’re doing and immediately visit our “Praying for Moore” hub. This page provides links to Moore’s monthly prayer update and its Quarterly Prayer Points. These … more
Is our view too small of what Jesus is doing around our planet? Every year, Moore College’s Mission Awareness Week (Jul 25 – 29 2016) is a dedicated time of encouraging our community to turn its sights beyond the gospel needs of those around us.
With eight mission organisations on campus all week and special seminars to be held, Mission Awareness Week invites students to step into the bigger, global picture of God’s saving work through … more
Knowing God and Jesus is one thing. Living for them, in our modern world, is quite another. The challenge and struggle of Christian living so often can seem to outweigh the joy and contentment found in Jesus.
Wanting to help us with living well the lives which God calls us to is Moore College’s Centre for Christian Living. CCL exists to “bring biblical ethics to everyday issues” in our … more
A one-day forum wants to examine the very core of our ministry and lay bare whether we are being as effective in godly leadership as we could be. To be held at Brighton-Le-Sand’s Novotel Hotel on July 20, “Gospel DNA – Replicating Effective Ministry” will feature several prominent experts and practitioners sharing ways to cultivate a culture of discipleship, focus and direction.
The Centre for Ministry Development and Effective Ministry invites all students, church leaders and invested lay-people to attend this special forum. The Centre has recognised that while plenty of … more
“And God’s people prayed.”
That simple truth is a driving force during the annual Moore College Sunday, to be held in churches far and wide on August 7.
Many helpful and inspiring resources have been created to help the College community unite in remembering what our College is built upon – prayer.
Click here to visit the Moore College … more