Supporting the training of gospel workers world‑wide
Moore College was established in 1856 to train people for the proclamation of the Gospel in what was then considered one of the ends of the world. Since that time the College has played a key role in training people for missionary work and practically supporting other theological institutions around the world.
“Building a bridge between the academic heart of the college and the world in which we minister.”
The Centre for Global Mission, launched in October 2016, cements and expands that role, building a bridge between the academic heart of the college and the world in which we minister. The centre’s ultimate goal is to broaden the reach of this work and to serve our partners overseas in a more targeted, strategic and integrated manner.
Working with the college’s established networks in a range of countries, the Centre for Global Mission offers help with essential practical resources and consultancy services in providing and administering theological education.