• Research Colloquium May 2017

    The next Research Colloquium is this Friday 26 May starting at 1.30pm in G3. The schedule is as follows: Time Presenter Presentation Type Title 1.30pm – 2.15pm Brendan Pratt PhD Presentation Bauman Goes to Church 2.15pm – 3.00pm… Read More

  • Teressa Parish

    May 2017 Post Grad Newsletter

    The first round of HDR reporting is underway, please ensure this is completed in a timely manner.  This newsletter includes the research colloquium dates for 2017, workshops from the Research Office for May and June, scholarship information and… Read More

  • Prospectus 2017 Lifelong Learning

    Check out the 2017 Prospectus for United Theological College and the broader educational offerings of the NSW/ACT Synod of the Uniting Church in Australia. The 48 page document was distributed to Uniting Church congregations, agencies and schools across… Read More

  • CSU International Study Program – Holy Land Tour

    Are you after a different CSU Study experience? CSU Global’s International Short-Term Programs give you a new perspective on where your degree can take you, enhance your learning offer you a unique holiday experience. School of Theology students… Read More

  • Welcome to UTC

    Welcome to United Theological College. Akwaaba, Fakaalofa atu, 환영, 欢迎, Maligayang pagdating, Selamat dating, ողջույն,ترحيب ., Malo e lelei, Ni sa bula, Ki ora, Tudo bem Welcome to the website of United Theological College (UTC), a College of… Read More

United Theological College

United Theological College in Sydney is a key part of the Uniting Learning Network, a Uniting Church resourcing network across New South Wales (NSW) and the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) in Australia. UTC brings together in one college the work of teaching and research faculty, Uniting Mission & Education Resourcing Team, a Ministry Formation community, and Camden Theological Library. Staff work together to deliver an exciting and ground breaking approach to theological education, holding theory and practice together. The college provides theological and practical ministry education that is academically rigorous in all respects but widely accessible, that shapes people’s theological understanding while equipping them to contribute leadership in the realities of a changing Australia both in church and wider community.

UTC’s qualified educators cover key disciplines of Old Testament, New Testament, Theology, Church History, Practical Theology, Missiology, Ministry Practice, Worship, Spirituality and Pastoral Care. Consultants work in diverse fields across the church, including ministry with youth, children and families, religious education, mission development, multicultural ministry, leadership development, education for lay ministry, environmental ministry. Camden Theological Library provides resources to a wide range of people across Australia.

UTC is a partner with St Mark’s National Centre of Theology, Canberra, in the Charles Sturt University School of Theology. UTC is also part of a network of Uniting Church theological colleges across Australia: Trinity College Queensland, Uniting College of Theology and Leadership Adelaide, Pilgrim Theological College, Melbourne, Perth Theological Hall and Nungalinya College.

Teressa Parish

May 2017 Post Grad Newsletter

The first round of HDR reporting is underway, please ensure this is completed in a timely manner.  This newsletter includes the research colloquium dates for 2017, workshops from the Research Office for May and June, scholarship information and… Read More

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February 2017 Post Grad Newsletter

Welcome back to the academic year of 2017. Included in this Newsletter are the dates for the Research Colloquiums for 2017, workshop details from the Research Office for February and beginning of March, details of Broken Bay Institute… Read More

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Prospectus 2017 Lifelong Learning

Check out the 2017 Prospectus for United Theological College and the broader educational offerings of the NSW/ACT Synod of the Uniting Church in Australia. The 48 page document was distributed to Uniting Church congregations, agencies and schools across… Read More

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