Equipping every woman to share Jesus Christ in all the world
Moore College aims to provide women with the best possible training to equip them to share Jesus in whatever context God places them.
Moore is a proud partner of EQUIP Women. Since 1856, Moore College has been providing Christian studies in order to prepare men and women for ministry and mission throughout the world. Your time at Moore will enrich your relationship with God while teaching you what you need to go out and serve him.
Women’s Ministry Stream
Moore’s new Advanced Diploma of Bible, Ministry and Mission provides the opportunity to specialise in women’s ministry.
This provides opportunities for women to engage with historical and social issues with relevance for women’s ministry. This focus has been geared to even more effectively, prepare women for ministry.
Women’s Ministry specialisation units include: Women and Children in Church History, Influences on and Issues for Australian Christian Women, and Ministries of Women, along with electives in Greek, Biblical Exegesis or Evangelism.
Advanced Diploma Details
What are my options at MooreSee some of their stories
Where might Moore take me
Moore College offers a pathway to serving God in many different roles across the globe. Moore College graduates have gone on to do great things including (but never limited) to:
- overseas missionaries
- university and church evangelists
- scripture (SRE) teachers
- church pastors
- school, prison, defence and hospital chaplains
- cross-cultural workers
- women specific ministry roles
- aid workers
- church planters
- social and community workers
- refugee advocacy workers
“I oversee the pastoral care of women at Moore”
Originally from beautiful Wollongong, she has spent most of the last 20 years at the University of New South Wales, with nine of those years as women’s pastor with Unichurch and Campus Bible Study. Tara oversees the pastoral care of the women students (along with 12 part-time women chaplains!), including the community of women living in Carillon House. She teaches in the Ministry Department. and enjoys discussing how we serve together as women and men.
Tara is married to Ian and they serve at Randwick Presbyterian Church, where Ian is the senior minister. Tara and Ian love relaxing at Callala Bay on the south coast.
Tara is involved in producing the Equal But Different Journal, and is an itinerant speaker at women’s events and conferences. She taught a small group leadership course called ‘Room for Improvement’.
“My job on the faculty is to help the college work out how to better teach and model biblical manhood and womanhood.”
Jane is Director of The Priscilla and Aquila Centre, a centre for the encouragement of the ministries of women in partnership with men.
Full-time women’s evangelist and trainer at City Bible Forum, worships at Drummoyne Presbyterian Church
Women’s ministry, part-time study, St George North
Former CMS missionary, part-time Anglicare chaplain at Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick, Darling Street Anglican
Itinerant evangelist and Bible teacher, Central Coast Evangelical Church
Cross cultural worker, Greenacre/Lakemba Anglican Churches