Moore College values learning and development in community. As a result we employ chaplains who have ministry experience to partner with faculty to pastorally care for our on-campus students. The chaplains are involved in many aspects of college life, from meeting one-to-one to spending time alongside students on college mission.
Since graduating from Moore in 2005, Emily has been raising their four children together with her husband Luke. Emily has also served in teaching Scripture on behalf of the saints at St Peters Anglican@St Peters and in pastoral care and coordinating Scripture for her church family at Newtown:Erskineville Anglican.
Before joining the chaplaincy team at Moore College, Joan served in various church and college based ministries, equipping and resourcing others to grow in Christ-likeness and lead others in the same direction. She speaks at conferences and facilitates workshops where she shares the gospel.
Louise has worked in youth, student and church ministry in a variety of ways for many years. She has pastored women in a variety of contexts ranging across training small group leaders, mentoring ministry wives and women in ministry leadership, through to identifying and assisting victims of abuse.
Ruth is married to David, who planted The Lakes Evangelical Church, on the Central Coast, 18 years ago. As it has grown Ruth has been involved in serving this church family in many ways, including training and mentoring ministry trainees and volunteers. She counts it a privilege to have such a long and deep involvement as part of the church and the wider community.
Sarah works two days per week for Evangelism & New Church (ENC) doing training and evangelism in local churches. Sarah delights in serving alongside her husband Alistair in parish ministry and raising their children together. She also serves on the Ministry Wives Committee and leads a network group which aims to support and encourage ministry wives in the roles they have.
Sarah spent 12 years in Mexico with CMS, reading the Bible with women so that they would know grace in Jesus, and training Bible Study leaders. While she and her husband Peter were at Moore College they led a church plant in the Inner West, in which they served for 10 years. They continue to work with CMS, and have three adult daughters.
Tim works part time as the minister of a Mandarin congregation and part time in Chinese Christian resources. Since graduating, he has kept up with the work of the college through his involvement with the PTC correspondence course, and he is presently the Partner in charge of the Chinese PTC through Centre for Global Missions.