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Do you know that you can study the Bible and Theology at Morling College through many flexible study modes like Evenings Classes if you can't fit in full-time study? Evening Classes are a great way to get to know God and His Word more deeply, and be better equipped for the ministry God has called you to. 

5 reasons to join an Evening Class

  • Flexible mode of study that allows you to pursue your studies while working full-time.
  • Provision to accumulate credit toward an undergraduate or postgraduate degree or diploma.
  • Strong support from qualified educators and access to the latest research and resources.
  • State-of-the-art teaching and learning facilities (located at our new Macquarie Park campus).
  • Opens a pathway to further study that can lead toward accreditation as a Baptist pastor or being equipped for other ministries.

Evening Classes in Semester 1 2020

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
6.45pm to 9pm  
Morling College: 5 Saunders Close, Macquarie Park
Getting to Morling

Semester 1 runs for 13 weeks, starting on the week of 18–20 February and ending on the week of 26–28 May, with a mid-semester break from 11–26 April.

Courses that Transform

  • Old Testament Foundations by Marc Rader (Tuesday)
    • Deepen your grasp of the Old Testament and its significance for your life as a Christian.
  • Christian Social Ethics by Ian Packer (Tuesday)
    • Broaden your understanding of the implications of Christian faith for the shaping of a just society and equip yourself for a more informed ministry of advocacy.
  • Christian Apologetics by Ross Clifford (This unit is held on Tuesday, 7pm at Morling South: 23 Cahors Rd, Padstow 2211 NSW.)
    • Strengthen your witness as you equip yourself to grapple with the big questions about God and the Christian faith.
  • Christianity in History to 1550 by Nicole Starling and Edwina Murphy (Wednesday)
    • Be encouraged by God's faithfulness in the history of the Church and learn wisdom from the achievements and mistakes of our forebears. 
  • Foundational Christian Beliefs by Matt Andrew (Thursday)
    • Dig into the foundational beliefs that we hold in common as Christians.
  • Pentateuch (English/Hebrew) by Anthony Petterson (Thursday)
    • Enrich your understanding of the history of salvation by studying the first five books of the bible, with a special focus on Genesis and Deuteronomy. (This is an advanced-level class. If you wish to enrol in it for academic credit you will need Old Testament Foundations as a pre- or co-requisite.)

Free Trial Class

You're welcome to trial a class on the first week of Semester 1 - 18 to 20 February 202O. Places are limited. Apply for a trial class early using the form on this page. 

Ready to apply?

Let us know if you're interested in our Evening Classes and we'll be in touch to help you on your way. 

Tour our Campus

Would you like to visit our brand new campus? Register for our OPEN NIGHT on Thur 30 Jan. But if you can't make it, you could also Book a Private Tour,

We're here to help

Questions? Call us on (02) 9878 0201 or email marketing@morling.edu.au