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We have come to Moore College from Christchurch, New Zealand. Paula and I have 3 children; James (3), Isobel (2) and Edmund (5 months). We love it here in Australia but are looking forward to returning to Christchurch and being part of how God is building his Kingdom there.

I’m Ash from second year. I’m currently serving at St Andrew’s Anglican Church in Abbotsford. I take care of the kids in the church, and help out with the youth.

I am Matt Bartlett, married to Gemma. We have a daughter, Georgia, who is one. We are convinced of the necessity of long term youth and children’s ministry and are committed to this cause in our diocese for as long as the Lord sees fit to use us here.

After working in child protection it was evident that what people need most is the gospel. I did MTS and then came to college to continue to grow and be equipped. I’m in second year and attend MBM Rooty Hill.




I love being part of College, and New Church in Botany, as I learn to read and understand God’s word well, to know and love him more, and become better equipped to share with people how the gospel changes everything.

After being convicted to pursue full-time ministry during my uni years, I thought I’d better get equipped to so! So here I am at college, currently serving at St John’s Glebe, and open to the many ministry opportunities available to me.

Coming from a background as an accountant and company auditor, I continue to be challenged and humbled with the multitude of gifts God has given us. Currently in second year and a member of St George North Anglican.

BENJAMIN BROADFOOT Katie and I want to head somewhere overseas to be involved in training thousands of keen untrained pastors with the great training we have in Australia. We also want to grow in boldness in evangelism while we’re at college.





I used to work as a landscaper and as a manager of a cycle shop. I was blessed to grow up in a Christian family and love sharing the gospel with people. I have a particular passion to see the under privileged and marginalized come to faith.

Mick is a second year student, studying the B.Div. Mick is currently a student minister at St Albans, Linfield. He loves his sport, is engaged to Kathryn, and they are hopeful of the opportunity to serve Jesus in the Outer Western Suburbs of Sydney when they graduate.

Working as a speechie, the gospel convicted me that I could spend more time proclaiming Jesus than helping children with their communication skills. Excited by uni or kids ministry, but waiting on God to see what postcollege holds.

Hi! I’m the tall Asian guy. It’s been a real blessing studying with my wife Jen. We came to college because what matters is where people stand with Jesus and we want to get better at sharing that!

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Societas 2013  

The annual magazine published by the students at Moore Theological College. You can download a PDF copy at