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St Barnabas' College: A New and Exciting Opportunity

We have exciting and somewhat surprising news about the College.

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Listen to Professor Dorothy Lee give our 2014 Commencement Lecture

We were delighted to have Rev'd Professor Dorothy Lee give our Commencement Lecture this year. Dorothy Lee is Dean of the Theological School and the Frank Woods Professor in New Testament. She was born in Scotland and spent her childhood between the UK and Australia. Her first degree was in Classics, before studies in Divinity. For more than 20 years she was an ordained Minister of the Uniting Church, lecturing in New Testament, and became an Anglican in 2007, being received into Holy Orders the following year. Dorothy was appointed to the role of Dean in early 2011. Her main research interest is the narrative and theology of the Gospels, and particularly the Fourth Gospel.

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New Time for College Eucharist -- 4:30pm Thursday

We have decided to move our College Eucharist from 2:15pm to 4:30pm, to allow people to join us for an "end-of-day" Eucharist. This time slot is also a bit easier for our ordinands.

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Patronal Festival Evensong

June 15, 2014

Join us at the Cathedral for the Patronal Festival Evensong.

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End of Year Dinner

Nov. 5, 2014

Details to be advised.

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Flourishing in Faith

Sept. 29, 2014

Flourishing in Faith: Positive Psychology, Theology and Education is an innovative conference that will focus on the contemporary issues of the science of human flourishing ...

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Interest-only Study

Don't want a degree, but still want to learn? There are a range of subjects available to study as "interest-only study" for just $100/subject, plus textbook and library costs. There are no assignments to complete and no prior study requirements. Find out more →

Learn Hebrew from the Experts

Biblical Hebrew 1 and 2 is taught by Rev'd Dr Matthew Anstey, a leading authority in Biblical Hebrew. Matthew has published articles on Biblical Hebrew grammar in Journal of Semitic Studies, Hebrew Studies, and Linguistics.

Biblical Greek 1 and 2 is also available.