‘Christian Spirituality’ addresses the heart and substance of faith and practice. Accordingly, this route through our MA programme opens up the traditions of Christian Spirituality as well as its vigorous contemporary forms. [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
St Augustine’s features prominently in a recent Church Times article on theology students learning from religious communities. Click here to read the article, which includes interviews with St Augustine’s students as well [...]
On Saturday 7th April, Bishop Sarah Mullally joined us during our annual Theologial Symposium, on the topic of ‘Transforming Work’. Before she gave her talk, she spoke to Principal Alan Gregory about [...]
Southwark Cathedral provided the delightful backdrop for St Augustine’s College of Theology’s Celebration of Awards. The service was attended by students, staff, friends and relations and those who received recognition of their [...]
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