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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Weekly language classes at 52 Swan Street, West Malling and/or Trinity house, Southwark. Beginners’ classes can provide you with the basic skills necessary to make use of a much wider range of biblical resources. In the space of one year you will reach the point of being able to read Bible texts in their original language. For those who have studies the basics before, our Intermediate classes can provide you a helpful refresher and take you on the next level. We are planning our daytime classes for 2018-19, which run in Southwark and/or in West…
Join us at Malling Abbey for a one-day introduction to preaching. This is suitable for youth ministers, worship leaders, representatives of charities, missionaries, and all other invited as occasional preachers in church. Led by Ellen Eames chaplain at Saint Gabriel’s College and Assistant Priest at St John the Divine, Kennington. See here for further details.
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 her time as a part-time Ordinand at St Augustine’s (then SEITE). The video below will give you an impression of both the interview And the subsequent talk. Bishop Sarah Mullally speaking to Alan Gregory We were delighted that Bishop Sarah Mullally spoke recently at our Theological Symposium. Afterwards Bishop Sarah spoke to Alan about her new post; and her part-time training at St…
At a recent College open event, students spoke about their experience of study and formation at St Augustine’s. Here are some highlights… Click here for more information about open events.
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 email@example.com
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that we are running an additional open event at West Malling on Wednesday 21st March. This will begin 4pm and finish at 6pm. Everyone is invited to join in afterwards with worship at 6:30pm and sample an evening class 7-9pm. Please contact the office to book a place email@example.com
Bullying is an area readily identified with playground behaviour in childhood. This workshop aims to bring insights from this area to the church context. It will explore definitions of bullying and how to raise awareness in ministry teams, PCC’s and deanery synods. Led by Revd Dr Lorraine Turner, Vicar of St Mary’s Platt. For further details please see https://staugustinescollege.ac.uk/st-augustines-centre-spirituality-mission/
Join us at Malling Abbey for a one-day introduction to preaching. This is suitable for youth minsters, worship leaders, representatives of charities, missionaries, and all others invited as occasional preachers in church. This workshop will be leady by Revd Ellen Eames, chaplain at St Gabriel’s College. For further details please see ttps://staugustinescollege.ac.uk/upcoming-workshops-at-st-augustines/