Open events and Taster Fridays….

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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 14th November at West Malling; and Trinity House, Southwark 26 November 2018 (both 3:45-6:30pm).  Ring Becky – 01732 252656 or email r.young@staugustinescollege.ac.uk for further details.  ‘Your Local College’ (V3-2018) A5 Flyer LR WEB

St Augustine’s Workshops on the Road…… new venue

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St Augustine’s are delighted to announce that we are running three workshops at St Mary of Eton with St Augustine, Eastway, London  E9 5JA. “Is your Love in Vain? Reading Ecclesiastes and the Song of Songs” led by Robin Plant, Saturday 3 November 2018 (11-3:30pm).  Islam for Anglicans: an Introduction led by Stephen Laird, 10 November 2018 (11-13:30pm) and Praying into Scripture: a practical guide to Ignatian Prayer and Imagination led by Susanne Carlsson.  All workshops £30 ea. including tea and coffee (bring your own lunch) to book please contact Becky r.young@staugustinescollege.ac.uk ‘Workshops’ (V3-2018) A5…

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St Augustine’s in the Church Times

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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 as Sister of Malling Abbey. The article appeared alongside this comment piece by Archbishop Justin Welby (in which Malling Abbey and St Augustine’s get a brief mention).

Workshops at St Augustine’s autumn term 2018

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See here for details on our autumn workshops at both our Malling Abbey and Southwark centers.  We are also delighted to announce we will start to have workshops at Hove.‘Workshops’ (Autumn 2018) A5 Flyer LR WEB

Biblical Language Classes at St Augustine’s 2018-19

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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;…

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“Tweeting for Jesus” new workshop

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Monday 24th September, 7-9pm Led by Revd Jules Middleton at Trinity House, Southwark. Open to all. Further details to follow.

Academic Registrar Post

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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 r.young@staugustinescollege.ac.uk

Biblical language classes 2018-19

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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…

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“Preaching for the Occasional Preacher” – new workshop

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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.

Bishop Sarah Mullally visiting St Augustine’s

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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…

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