We are currently following measures designed to combat the spread of COVID-19. From now on, our teaching will move online and all students and staff should consult ‘Moodle’ to find more information (log in at the bottom of this page). For anyone interested in learning about the college or thinking about applying to study here, please see the notice, “Still Open for Enquirers.” Be wise, do all you can to stay well, help others where you can, and keep in prayer.
You can attend all or part of these West Malling Friday teaching days, sitting in on classes, meeting with staff, attending Chapel worship and chatting with students over lunch. This is a great way of getting a feel for what we do and how you might flourish at the college. In the spring term you are welcome to come along to Church History; Christian Doctrine; New Testament Studies; and Further Old Testament Studies (MA level)
Coming to visit us is by far the best way to discern if St Augustine’s is the right place for you. At our open events, taster Fridays you’ll meet staff, present and former students, get a chance to ask your questions, worship with us, and attend classes. Next open event 27th February at West Malling; and 4th March at Trinity House, Southwark (both 3:45-6:30pm). Ring Becky – 01732 252656 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details. ‘Your Local College’ (V3-2018) A5 Flyer LR WEB
Biblical Languages at St Augustine’s 2018-19. Autumn and Spring term. Beginners’ Greek 9:15am-10:15am (Fridays.) Intermediate Greek 4pm-5pm (Fridays.) Week commencing 24 Sept; 1, 8, 15, 29 Oct; 5, 12, 19; 26 Nov; 3 Dec 2018 Week Commencing 7, 14, 21, 28 Jan; 4, 11, 25 Feb; 4, 11, 18 March 2019 Trinity House, Southwark. Autumn and Spring term. Beginners’ Hebrew 11-12pm (Mondays.) Intermediate Hebrew 12:05-1pm (Mondays.) Beginners’ Greek time 11-12pm (Fridays.) Week commencing 24 Sept; 1, 8, 15, 29 Oct; 5, 12, 19, 26 Nov; 3 Dec 2018 Week Commencing 7, 14, 21, 28 Jan;…
St Augustine’s is seeking to appoint an Academic Registrar to manage the administration of our students’ programmes, our educational IT, academic records and the college’s accreditation with the University of Durham. If you are interested in this position or you know someone who might be, view the full details on the Work Here page of this website or contact email@example.com
Our next series of open events will be held on 23rd April at Trinity House; and 9th May at West Malling (3:45pm-6pm). To book a place please contact the office 01732 252656 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Our annual celebration of St Augustine’s Day comes on apace. Beginning at 4pm on the 25th May, at West Malling. After coffee, tea, and cake, we shall listen to this year’s St Augustine’s speaker, the Rt. Rev. Dr Jo Bailey-Wells, Bishop of Dorking. A buffet-reception follows the lecture. All current and former staff and students warmly welcome. For further information email@example.com
We are delighted that Sarah Mullally, the bishop of Credition, and St Augustine’s (SEITE) alumna has been nominated the 133rd Bishop of London. Sarah was ordained as a deacon in 2001 after theological training at the South East Institute of Theological Education. Before becoming a priest, Mullally worked as a nurse in NHS hospitals in the capital, including St Thomas’s and the Royal Marsden, and became chief nursing officer in 1999. She was ordained as a priest in 2001. In 2005, she was made a dame in recognition of her services to nursing. Mullally said: “It…
On 23 May we shall be celebrating our first St Augustine’s Day. The Bishop of Chichester, the Rt Reverend Martin Warner, will be blessing our new Library, Professor Mike Higton, from Durham University, will speak on “Doctrine in the life of the Church”, and our 2016 leavers will be presented with their certificates. We begin with a welcome and afternoon tea at 4pm. Contact us for further details.