Mobile phones are an integral and useful part of modern life, but the effects on our physical, mental and spiritual health are very real.
How can we use this technology wisely, and make sure it is our servant, not our master?
PTC is pleased to announce our intensive unit for 2018, 'Communicating for Ministry in a Distracted World.'
We will be taught by Dr Arthur Hunt III (BRE, BA, MA, PhD), professor of communications and public speaking at the University of Tennessee, Martin.
We are delighted to announce that PTC faculty member Ben Nelson is to be ordained as a minister of the Word and Sacraments in the Presbyterian Church of Victoria.
Come along to celebrate with us at St Stephen's Presbyterian Church of Friday 13th July at 7:30pm!
Join us at the PTC to livestream the Equip18 conference.
Enjoy local fellowship and delicious food with like-minded women, while learning from the wonderful speakers of Sydney!
Registrations available closer to the date.
“Oecolampadius and his Hebrews commentary: exegesis and covenant”
Presented by Mr Ben Nelson
In our rapidly changing culture, we need to wrestle with the big questions about what it means to be faithful citizens of both the heavenly city and the earthly city.
Hear from Simon P Kennedy as he covers political ideas from across history, helping us understand the past and critically reflect on our own political ideas and action.
The Presbyterian Theological College is delighted to invite you to our Commencement & Graduation Ceremony.
Join us for a joyful evening of celebration as we acknowledge the academic achievements of our graduating students, and mark the beginning of the 2018 Academic Year.
“Research Ethics: Implications for HDR studies”
Presented by Rev Dr Felix Chung