• Congratulations Professor Gerard Moore

    Uniting Mission & Education (UME) congratulates our United Theological College Academic Dean, Gerard Moore, who has been promoted by Charles Sturt University to the rank of Full Professor. Following a comprehensive process, the university has conferred the professorship… Read More

  • 2017 May Macleod Lecture | Tuesday 21 November

    United Theological College is pleased to announce the 2017 May Macleod Lecture will be held on Tuesday 21 November 2017, 7.30 – 9pm, at UTC, located at The Centre for Ministry, 16 Masons Drive, North Parramatta 2151 Presenting… Read More

  • Ben Myers | We say thanks & best wishes

    We say thank you and send our best wishes to our colleague and friend Ben Myers who will be returning home to Queensland and starting a new theological role with the Mills Institute.

  • Bridget Ocean-Perkins, Joanne Stokes and Rohan England

    New Scholarships Announced for UTC in 2018

    A New Scholarship Program to make study more accessible.   Three new United Theological College (UTC) scholarship categories for the 2018 intake have been announced – which are expected to provide financial support and significant savings for over… 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

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.

Congratulations Professor Gerard Moore

Uniting Mission & Education (UME) congratulates our United Theological College Academic Dean, Gerard Moore, who has been promoted by Charles Sturt University to the rank of Full Professor. Following a comprehensive process, the university has conferred the professorship… Read More

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2017 May Macleod Lecture | Tuesday 21 November

United Theological College is pleased to announce the 2017 May Macleod Lecture will be held on Tuesday 21 November 2017, 7.30 – 9pm, at UTC, located at The Centre for Ministry, 16 Masons Drive, North Parramatta 2151 Presenting… Read More

Learn More

Ben Myers | We say thanks & best wishes

We say thank you and send our best wishes to our colleague and friend Ben Myers who will be returning home to Queensland and starting a new theological role with the Mills Institute.

Learn More