Events and Continuing Ed

Events and Continuing Ed

The Theological School runs many educational events and hosts short courses for lay and ordained members of the community.

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The Continuing Education Program is a opportunity for you to engage critically with issues from a contemporary Anglican perspective. One of the Program’s aims is to enhance and invigorate the ministry of clergy and lay people in their various roles in the Church. We hope to see you at some or all of our events during the year!

Please download the full year's program brochure or follow the booking links below for individual events.

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Thursday, 16 March 2017

Off the Shelf (Book Club) #1

In preparation for the Feast of the Annunciation (Mar 25), this "Off the Shelf" looks at Nicola Slee's The Book of Mary, employing prayer, poetry and visual arts to consider feminist reception of marian doctrine and devotion. Led by the Revd Associate Professor Stephen Burns.

6.00pm – 7.30pm, OWL Building, Trinity College

$20/15 (Please register through Trybooking.)

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Saturday, 20 May 2017

Preparing for Trinity Sunday

Preaching on the Trinity | Contemporary understandings of the Trinity. Led by the Revd Professor Mark Lindsay.

2.00pm – 4.00pm, OWL building, Trinity College

$40/30 (Please register through Trybooking.)

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Wednesday, 31 May 2017

ARCIC II Colloquium: The Knox Lecture

Delivered by the Revd Professor Denis Edwards, Professorial Fellow with the Institute for Religion and Critical Inquiry, Australian Catholic University. Presented in association with The University of Divinity.

7.30pm, The Craig Auditorium, Gateway building, Trinity College

THIS EVENT IS HOSTED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF DIVINITY WHO WILL OPEN BOOKINGS SOON.

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Thursday, 15 June 2017

Off the Shelf (Book Club) #2

A discussion of Leading Mindfully – How to Focus on what Matters, Influence for Good, and Enjoy Leadership More by Amanda Sinclair. Led by the Revd Dr Cecilia Francis.

6.00pm – 7.30pm, OWL building, Trinity College

$20/15 (Please register through Trybooking.)

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Monday, 26 June – Friday, 30 June 2017

People wishing to take part in these five-day intensives must register as AUDIT students with Trinity so as to access the online materials discussed in the course. Please complete the AUDIT ENROLMENT FORM and return to the Registrar (tctsregistrar@trinity.edu.au) BY 16 JUNE 2017.

Anglican Identity

A five day, full-time intensive course for engaged lay people or clergy wishing to do a refresher. Led by Revd Professor Mark Lindsay, Dr Muriel Porter, and guests. This is a formal unit that may be taken for credit toward tertiary studies, or as an Audit unit. The cost for Audit students is $300 for the week (residential packages are available).

9.30pm – 5.00pm, each day, OWL building, Trinity College

$300

Daniel, Resistance, Apocalypticism

A five day, full-time intensive course for engaged lay people or clergy wishing to do a refresher. Led by the Revd Dr Robyn Whitaker. This is a formal unit that may be taken for credit toward tertiary studies, or as an Audit unit. The cost for Audit student is $300 for the week (residential packages are available).

9.30pm – 5.00pm, each day, OWL building, Trinity College

$300

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Saturday, 29 July 2017

A Lay Person’s Guide to the Anglican Communion

A seminar led by Archbishop Paul Kwong of Hong Kong, the new Chair of the International Anglican Consultative Council. The session will be chaired by Lay Canon Mr Campbell Bairstow.

2.00pm – 4.00pm, OWL building, Trinity College

$40/30 (Please register through Trybooking.)

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Wednesday, 9 August 2017

47th Annual Barry Marshall Memorial Lecture

The 2017 Barry Marshall memorial lecture will be presented by Professor Peter Sherlock, Vice Chancellor of the University of Divinity

7.30pm, The Craig Auditorium, Gateway building, Trinity College

The lecture is free, but booking is essential. (Please register through Trybooking.)

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Thursday, 14 September 2017

Off the Shelf (Book Club) #3

A discussion of Miroslav Volf’s Flourishing: Why we Need Religion in a Globalized World. Led by the Revd Dr Don Saines.

6.00pm – 7.30pm, OWL building, Trinity College

$20/15 (Please register through Trybooking.)

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Saturday, 4 November 2017

Year of Mark Study Day

A day for clergy and lay people to learn about the Gospel set as the lectionary for 2018, with opportunities for reflection, input and discussion. Led by Revd Canon Professor Dorothy Lee.

10.00pm – 3.30pm, OWL Building, Trinity College

$40/30 (Please register through Trybooking.)

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Events Contact

For further information on Theology Events, please contact the Administration by email at theologyevents@trinity.edu.au or call (03) 9348 7127.