Archdeacon Liz and Bishop Curry talking about Black Experience

Earlier this month, the St Paul’s Institute hosted a conversation between Bishop Michael B. Curry (USA) and Archdeacon Liz, Honorary Fellow of St Augustine’s, entitled ‘The Experience of Black People in the US and the UK: Looking back and looking forward’. The event was attended by a number of St Augustine’s students,
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Appointment New Tutor

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Natasha Klukach as a new full-time College tutor. Natasha is a lay theologian with an academic and professional background in ecclesiology, contextual theology, and ecumenism. She has worked previously in the Anglican Church of Canada, the United Church of Canada, and the
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Graduation Service – St James’s, Bermondsey

On Saturday 19th October, St Augustine’s College of Theology held its annual graduation service at St James’s, Bermondsey. The event celebrated the academic awards achieved by those who recently completed their programmes of study and training: independent students as well as Readers, newly ordained deacons, and curates. Bishop Karowei, Honorary
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Transforming formation

At St Augustine’s, we commit ourselves to providing theological education that equips men and women for the practical knowledge of God, the knowledge that changes things, that makes its mark on us and those we serve. In our programmes, we have students preparing for ordained ministry and for licensed lay ministry, as well as students engaging with theology for their personal interest, discipleship or as part of a process of vocational discernment.

The Revd Dr Alan Gregory

“What we shall be is yet to be revealed”
1 John 3.2