Flexible Study Options: Hybrid Classroom Model
We know you are busy so we decided to make it easier for you.
Our hybrid classroom model has been so successful, it’s become the new normal. Not just during the pandemic, but into the future. While we love having as many students as we can on campus, joining in the livestream is also a good option. You can still participate in classes while caring for young children or keep up with your studies while managing illness. You can also study purely online or mix different study modes!
Those in rural and regional areas don’t have to pack up and move to the city just to be trained for ministry and you can pursue your studies while working full time! We'll really meet you where you are.
Check all units available and time tables Here.
Scroll down to see the units available face to face and/or via livestream in Sydney in the evening and sign up for a free trial on the right.
Join our Evening Classes - livestreamed or face to face - and learn from experienced lecturers who will stretch, challenge and deepen your biblical knowledge and its practical application to your work, ministry and life.
All our evening classes are open to casual (non-award) enrolment for $360/semester.
Why Evening Classes?
Evening classes are the perfect opportunity for those who work during the day to attend on-campus classes and get to know God and his word more deeply and be better equipped for ministry.
Other benefits include:
- the ability to accumulate credits towards an undergraduate or post-graduate diploma or degree;
- strong support from qualified educators and access to the latest research and resources;
- access to state-of-the-art teaching and learning facilities in the brand new Ministry & Learning Centre at our Macquarie Park campus and at out Perth campus in Bentley;
- open pathways to further study that can lead towards accreditation as a Baptist Pastor or being equipped for other areas of ministry
Check the units available in the evenings and via livestream for Bible and Theology in Sydney below:
BIBLE, MINISTRY AND THEOLOGY EVENING CLASSES FACE TO FACE AVAILABLE VIA LIVESTREAM
Semester 2 - 19 July 2021
Tuesday l 6.45pm
Livestream & Face to Face | Macquarie Park campus
Early New Testament Church (NT002 - 5/7)
with Marc Rader and Graeme Dunkley
Enter the world of the earliest church as portrayed in Acts and the Epistles, and how the message of these formative texts still speaks to the church today.
Church Ministry & Sacraments (TH004-6/7/8)
with Ross Clifford and Matt Andrew
Examine the key Christian doctrines about being the people of God today: who we are and what we are called to do. (Pre/co-requisites: students must have completed, or be completing, one additional unit in CH/TH/PE fields and have completed at least two units of Biblical Studies (BB/OT/NT).)
Tuesday l 7pm
Livestream & Face to Face | Padstow Baptist Church
Pastoral Skills and Methods: An Introduction (PC003-6/7/8/C)
with Keith Mitchel
Develop important skills in caring for others in practical ways, whether in vocational pastoral ministry, as a lay pastoral carer, or as a servant-leader in your work community.
Wednesday l 6:45 pm
Livestream l Macquarie Park Campus
Former Prophets (OT010/11 - 6/7/8) With Andrew Sloane
Discover the "history books" of the Old Testament (Joshua - Kings), and work through selected chapters of 1 & 2 Samuel. (Prerequisites: OT001 OT Foundations.) Students wishing to study the text in Hebrew (OT011) have additional tutorials from 5-6pm.
Preaching 1 (PC047-6/7/8) with Tim MacBride
Learn introductory skills in preaching, faithfully communicating the content and function of the biblical text to a contemporary audience. (Fieldwork component: for assessment, students will need to arrange an opportunity to preach a sermon in a church setting: e.g. church service, youth group, or home bible study group.)
Thursday l 7pm
Livestream l Macquarie Park campus
New Testament Greek B (LA006 - 6/8)
with Peter Friend
The second half of our NT Greek course, following on from LA005 (taught every semester 1).
STUDY & SAVE
Don't miss out! The government has announced the extension of the six-month FEE-HELP Loan Fee exemption for undergraduate students between 1 April 2020 to 12 December 2021. This represents a saving of around $500 per subject or $2000 for full time study (4 subjects) in Semester 1, 2021.
Plus, domestic students undertaking Australia College of Theology units, subsidised by Morling College, will save around $1620 on fees when they undertake full-time study (48 credit points) within a semester.
*FEE-HELP is available for all units taken for credit towards an award at Morling (except for Plunge and the Certificate of Theology). Loan fee does not apply to postgraduate students accessing FEE-HELP. See the FEE_HELP loan exemption terms and conditions.
With more time in your hands, and financial support, now could be the best time for you to kick-start your bible college adventure and answer God's call to ministry.