At Moore College students and faculty live together as a community which is both a Christian family and an academic fellowship. Our campus is a unique place where men and women build Christian fellowship by engaging with a broad network of like-minded students, staff and faculty.
Fellowship develops between faculty and students meeting together in the classroom. However, it is outside the traditional classroom where fellowship between students and between teachers and students continues to grow. Faculty often meet with students in small Bible study groups, prayer groups and chaplaincy groups to further research projects and engage in robust discussion. It’s a unique part of campus life. A tangible expression of our fellowship is the regular community chapel gatherings to which students, family members and staff are invited.
The Being Moore Campaign will help Moore College bring together innovative people, programs and Christian organisations under one roof to deliver a Bible-based theological education to students which is more practical, relevant and comprehensive than ever.