• News

    12 Oct
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    • Moore breaks boundaries of geography with its newest course

      25 Oct 2016

      After 75 years of supporting lay ministry, Moore College is pleased to announce its first fully-accredited online course for laypeople, the Diploma of Biblical Theology (DBT). In development over the past few years the College will launch the DBT in Semester 1, 2017. 

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    • Moore’s global vision given a new focus

      17 Oct 2016

      Launched at Synod tonight, Moore’s Centre for Global Mission (CGM) promotes theological reflection and practical engagement in cross-cultural mission work.  The Centre provides a pathway for the rich biblical theology taught at the College to be deployed in service of those seeking to make disciples across cultural boundaries in Sydney and around the world. 

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    • Chapman legacy lives on at Moore with Chapman Preaching Clinics

      12 Oct 2016

      John Chapman was a much loved and great evangelist and preacher not only in Sydney but around the world. He was also a champion of engaging expository preaching and the need to train preachers well. He regularly used to say ‘There is nothing in the world like good preaching. Mind you, there is nothing in the world like the opposite either!’ 

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  • Events

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    29 Oct
    • Moore College Library Day 2016 - The Legacy of Broughton Knox

      29 Oct 2016

      David Broughton Knox (26 December 1916 – 14 January 1994) was the long serving Principal of Moore Theological College from 1959 until 1985. This event will explore Broughton's life and theology as well as its enduring influence on Sydney diocese and beyond.

    • Prayer Support Group

      07 Nov 2016

      The Prayer Support Group is a group of women from all over Sydney that meets together to pray for the needs of the College, its faculty, students and staff.  We are always looking for new women to join us as we express our dependence on God for all things.

    • Priscilla & Aquila Centre Annual Conference 2017: Luke's women, and a ministry that builds the church

      30 Jan 2017

      Main speaker: William Taylor, Rector, St Helen’s Church, Bishopsgate. William will give two talks: (i) Mary and Martha and Christian Discipleship in Luke; (ii) Paul, Church Planting and Church Building in Acts. There will be 8 electives to choose from. Speakers include Jane Tooher, Peter Orr, Paul Williamson, Jim & Leslsley Ramsay, Dominic Steele and more. 

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