Last Thursday, at its final meeting for the year, the Moore College Governing Board approved the Principal’s nomination of the Reverend Susan An to become a member of the College faculty, serving as its Dean of Women. Her nomination came after much prayer and an extensive series of interviews of a field of very strong candidates.
Susan is a graduate of Macquarie University and Moore College and is currently the Assistant Pastor (Maturity & Women) at The Bridge Church in Kirribilli, Neutral Bay and Macquarie Park. Susan has previously served in Anglican churches at Neutral Bay, Strathfield and Enfield, Peakhurst and St Ives. She has taught the Moore College PTC and been a tutor in our online Diploma of Biblical Theology.
“I am delighted that Susan will be joining us in this role”, said College Principal, Dr Mark Thompson. “Susan is very highly regarded by those among whom she has served and has exercised a significant ministry in pastoral care, training, and recruiting people for ministry in the years since leaving College. Her background, experience and gifts make her ideally suited to be the next Dean of Women. We thank God for his kindness in providing us with Susan.”
Jane Tooher, Director of the College’s Priscilla and Aquila Centre, commented, “It is exciting that Susan has accepted the invitation to join the faculty, and I am confident that she will be a blessing to the college in numerous ways. She is a godly woman who has a good theological mind, a deep pastoral heart, and is an excellent team player.”
Susan will join us for the beginning of the 2023 Academic Year.
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