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Mp3's from our 2015 Conference are now available plus full text from Lionel Windsor's talk. Videos to come later. 

Danny Rurlander and other speakers

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Video & mp3 from our 2014 seminar 'Complementarian ministry teams: a personal testimony'

Jonathan Fletcher

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Video & mp3 from our 2014 seminar 'Eve: The Mother of All The Living'

Peter Jensen

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REFRESH CONFERENCE - FOR WOMEN IN MINISTRY 

Topic: 'Stress & Ministry'

Who is this conference aimed at? Women in ministry (vocational, full-time paid, part-time paid, voluntary, women in formal ministry roles) 

Speakers:

Dr Helen Rientis (GP, former missionary, clergy wife, mother, lecturer at Wollongong University)

Kara Hartley (Archdeacon for the ministries of Women, diocese of Sydney)

8:30am coffee for an 9:00AM start. Finish at 12:30PM. 

Moore College, 19 King St, Newtown, 2042, or arrive from the back - keep walking along the Campbell St laneway after the corner of Little Queen St & Campbell St.  

Saturday, August 22, 2015 

Cost $10 per woman (includes morning tea & coffee beforehand) 

REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN PLEASE CLICK HERE 

Questions? Please email Kara Hartley, khartley@sydney.anglican.asn.au, or Jane Tooher, jane.tooher@moore.edu.au 

This conference is co-hosted by the Archdeacon of Women & the Priscilla & Aquila Centre, Moore College.

 

AUG 20

2015

P&A Evening Seminar: Men & women in ministry: Observations from a national church, a gospel network, and a local congregation

Speaker: Willie Philip (Scotland) 
Time: 6:30pm coffee for a 7:00pm start, 9:00pm finish. This is the only one on a Thursday evening. 
Place: Knox Lecture Theatre, 15 King Street, Moore College
Pre-registration (necessary): $5 online here

Group booking for all 4, unlimited number at each seminar is $50 per church / ministry group.

OCT 21

2015

P&A Evening Seminar: Mary - the Second Eve?

Speaker: Peter Jensen
Time: 6:30pm coffee for a 7:00pm start, finish 9:00pm
Place: Knox Lecture Theatre, 15 King Street, Moore College 
Pre-registration (necessary): $5 online here

Group booking for all 4, unlimited number at each seminar is $50 per church / ministry group.

FEB 01

2016

Priscilla & Aquila Centre annual conference 2016:

THE CHRISTIAN & SUBMISSION  

CLICK THIS LINK FOR ANY 2015 LATE CONFERENCE PAYMENTS HERE

Speaker: Main speaker - Mark Thompson. Mark is the principal of Moore Theological College.

Mark will give two talks: (i) Jesus & Submission (ii) The Christian & Submission

When: 9.00am – 4.45pm

Where: Moore College Knox Lecture Theatre, 15 King Street, NEWTOWN NSW 2042

Registration: Registration will open later in the year. Pre-registration is necessary.

Afternoon electives - Session 1 (choose one):

1. Abigail: Was she submissive?  

Description: This elective will look at 1 Samuel 25 and Abigail's relationship with her first husband and with David. Is Abigail a model for women today?

Style: Academic, lecture style with time for questions. 

Speaker: John Woodhouse was previously principal of Moore College and has written a commentary on 1 Samuel.  

2. Domestic violence: A pastor's perspective

Description: This elective will look at the issue of domestic violence from a church pastor's perspective. 

Style:  Popular level lecture, with time for questions. 

About the speaker: Sandy Grant is the rector of St Michael's Anglican Cathedral, Wollongong. 

3. Submission: Personal testimonies 

Description: 

Style: Popular level with time for questions. 

About the speakers: Tara Stenhouse lectures in Ministry & Church History at Moore College, where she is also the Dean of Women. She is married to Ian who is the senior minister at Randwick Presbyterian church. Kate Haggar is the Women's & Children's Worker at Neutral Bay Anglican in Sydney. 

4. Modesty

Description: 

Style: Popular level with time for questions. 

About the speaker: Jim & Lesley Ramsay. 

Afternoon electives - Session 2 (choose one):

1. Submission: A word study  

Description: Popular level with time for questions. 

Style: Academic, lecture style with time for questions. 

About the speakers: Peter Bolt is the head of the New Testament Department at Moore College, and Claire Smith is an itinerant speaker and author. 

2. Submission: Personal testimonies 

Description: 

Style: Popular level with time for questions. 

About the speakers: Alistair Seabrook is rector of Dundas Anglican. He is married to Sarah and they have three children. Brett Hall is minister at Rosemeadow Anglican. 

3. Teaching submisson to children & youth (title to be confirmed) 

Description: 

Style: 

About the speakers: Deb Earnshaw, Pete Tong, & Adrian Foxcroft minister toegther at Naremburn Cammeray Anglican church in Sydney. 

4. Slavery 

Description: 

Style: 

About the speaker: Peter Orr grew up in Northern Ireland, was a missionary in Romania, and has served on parish teams in London and Sydney. He then completed PhD studies in Durham. Before joining the faculty at Moore in January 2014 he served on the faculty of Melbourne School of Theology.  At Moore he lectures in New Testament. Peter is married to Emma who is from Sydney, and they have four young boys. 

2017 Priscilla & Aquila Centre annual conference: Monday, January 30. Main speaker: William Taylor, Rector of St Helen's Bishopsgate, London. Topic to come later.