About Incubator

City to City Australia has partnered with Christ College, an affiliated college of the Australian College of Theology to offer the Incubator Program. The Incubator is a two-year program to serve, train and develop church planters and ministers in Australia.

Each Incubator unit addresses the specific needs of planters, including skills in thinking theologically about ministry, and growth in the various areas of ministry. Church planters go through the program during the critical phase of launching their congregations. They get practical help on writing their action plan, the philosophy of ministry, crucial ministry development, and preaching, among other topics. Ideally, this training is accompanied by coaching to encourage the planters to perform to the maximum extent of their giftedness.
For ministers and pastors who are well established, this program is a great opportunity to focus on renewal in your current ministries.

The Incubator Program can be studied for credit towards an Australian College of Theology Master of Arts award, or audited (class attendance only).

For more information, visit the City to City Incubator website here.

Unit Details

The Incubator is run at Christ College on four Wednesdays per Semester, 9:00am – 4:00pm. For current date schedules, see the Incubator website here.

Unit costs are as follows:

  Audit MA (4cp) MA (6cp)
Domestic See incubator website $1,600 $2,400
Overseas $2,000 $3,000

Apply

Select an option below to start the application process for the Incubator Program:

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Speaker

About Andrew Katay
Andrew is the CEO of City to City Australia and the Senior Minister of Christ Church Inner West.  He has considerable experience in University ministries and has served as Chaplain to Sydney University.

He is married to Catriona and they have three adult and almost adult children. The things that animate Andrew are sharing the Gospel, seeing God’s grace at work in the community of the Church as well as in the wider community through cultural renewal, and when he has time, a decent game of golf.

Where is Christ College?

1 Clarence St Burwood NSW.
Parking and transport: Limited 2 hour ticketed parking is available in the surrounding streets. Free unlimited parking can be found a few blocks from the college. Please do not park at Burwood RSL Club as Club parking is for Club patrons only.
Burwood Train Station is about a 7 minute walk from the college.