Thursday, 30 Mar 2017
Graduation day is an important one for any student, ‘A moment of grace’ is how guest speaker, Alan Niven, described it. It is the day when all those hours of study in class and at home, and all the hard work of thinking, reading and writing, finally come to fruition. Graduation is always a significant personal achievement. But it is also an achievement best shared. The University of Divinity’s Graduation Ceremony in Melbourne, held on the 24th of March, on the grand stage of St Patrick’s Cathedral, was an important milestone for a number of Pilgrim students. One by one, they crossed the stage…
Tuesday, 14 Mar 2017
Pilgrim is a great place to ask and seek answers to the ‘big’ questions, where you can wrestle with the large issues in a very open and supportive environment.   Join us in the process of discovery. The 2017 courses are listed here.
Wednesday, 8 Mar 2017
New Study Opportunity Do you have an interest, prior experience in or aspire to work within the field of ministry with children and families? Through the University of Divinity, we now offer a Graduate Certifcate in Children and Families Ministry. This course allows students to delve deeper into the issues, theology, thinking and practice around church-based ministry with children and families. Chris Barnett, the Uniting Church Children and Families Ministry Co-ordinator elaborates further in this video.
Thursday, 2 Mar 2017
What do Ministers gain by studying at Pilgrim? Pilgrim Theological College continues its commitment to ecumenism, as is represented by staff and students alike. It is an inclusive community, with an incredible breadth of theology and thinking, all important traits, especially in contemporary society. Integration Co-ordinator, Sue Withers, further elucidates the benefits to Ministers of studying at Pilgrim: