After Crucifixion: A Symposium on the Theology of Craig Keen

On 27-28 June, UTC will host a small symposium on the work of the contemporary Wesleyan theologian Craig Keen. Central to Craig Keen’s work is the belief that human reflection on the mystery of God is always embodied,… Read More

An Informed Faith

UTC yesterday hosted the launch of “An Informed Faith”, a book edited by William Emilsen, lecturer in Church History and World Religions. There to introduce the book was Rev Dr Andrew Dutney, President of the Uniting Church in… Read More

William Emilsen Retiring

It is with regret that we receive a letter of retirement from Rev. Dr William Emilsen. He will be leaving us at the end of the year. William has been an integral part of the Faculty since 1993…. Read More

The Year Without Prayer

Ben Myers, theology lecturer at UTC, has published a short article on prayer in the latest issue of Eremos: Exploring Spirituality in Australia (June 2014). “To pray — not just to want to pray but actually to speak… Read More

Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea

Joanne & Jenny are hosting the Cancer Council Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea on Thursday 5th June at 10:45am. Please bring along a monetary donation and wear something yellow. Australia’s Biggest Morning tea is a chance for Australians to… Read More

The Hiding God

William Emilsen lecturing

A sermon delivered at St Andrews Chapel, UTC, 30 April, 2014, by William Emilsen At the end of the Leura Mall in the Blue Mountains, there is a park with picnic benches, swings, slippery dips and climbing equipment… Read More