A transformative learning community.
Our God is a relational God. We are committed to personal relationships, and place a high value on community. God’s people are just that—a people. In the context of community, we can truly learn.
The Local Church
Your local church is your primary Christian community. During your time at Christ College, we encourage you and your family to remain committed to the life of your church. Our staff and faculty lead by example, each serving in their own local congregation.
The College Community
Studying at Christ College is not a solo activity. We learn from and with each other. Christ College provides a simple Community Program, to facilitate relationships. In order to get the most out of your time at Christ College, we encourage you to invest in this unique community.
Clarence House, affectionately known as ‘The Block’ is our student accommodation. Students and their families can live on-campus, in community. This is a rewarding experience, and a great way to embrace all that Christ College has to offer.
Hear from our Students
“The Internship in partnership with my local church and coach/pastor is world class, creating a program that integrates classroom learning with real world projects, experience, feedback and evaluation. The Leadership Development Program is unlike anything else I’ve ever heard of in Australia for training future church leaders. – Local Church Involvement, Stephen Tan“
“I can’t overstate how positive my experience of the Christ College community has been. I have made great friendships with other students and staff alike at College which are deep, supportive and such a blessing. Specific community times such as Pastoral Care Groups, Chapel, Weekend Away, and Living for Christ have been of immense value and helped me grow in my love and service of Christ, his people and his world. Experiencing the community at College has been a privilege and a great expression of Christ’s love and experiencing His body at work in the service of His Kingdom. – Community, John Murray“
Join Our Open Day
We’d love to meet you, and start a conversation about your future with Christ College. Come to our next open day.
Come to a Class!
Drop by, and listen in to a class. Get a taste of what’s on offer at Christ College.
Student Representative Council
The SRC plays an important role in College life, liaising between administration and the student body. The council is in charge of social and fundraising events.
See what’s happening in the Christ College Community.
Christ College takes community seriously. That’s why we provide regular opportunities to forge friendships and enjoy fellowship.
During semester, every week.
Tuesdays, 12:05pm-1:00pm in the Dining Room.
With the help of lectures and guest speakers, we think about how to serve Christ in all of life. This program is a great way to think creatively about life and ministry. Enjoy lunch together for $5.
Wednesdays, 12.05pm-1:00pm in the Auditorium.
This is a central and precious part of College life. We worship together, sit under God’s word and pray for our community. Students have the opportunity to serve at chapel, in a range of capacities. Families are encouraged to come along too!
After chapel, we have the joy of sharing a meal together. Reflect on the chapel service, catch up, and meet someone new. Lunch costs $5.
Each group is led by a faculty member. These groups are a crucial resource; allowing us to know each other more deeply, and spend time praying for one another. Over the semester, we work through various areas of Christian living.
Make treasured memories with your community and family. Our annual weekend away features engaging Bible teaching and a wonderful kid’s program. Take a step back from normal life, and dive into College community!
This is a much anticipated night of celebration and thanksgiving, as we recognise graduates and prize-winners. As a community, we farewell graduates and send them out to serve God wherever He has called them next.
Serving alongside your peers and teachers, experience the challenges and excitement of mission. College teams partner with churches across NSW—and the world—to proclaim the Good News of Jesus
This event, open to the public, is a highlight of our college calendar. A visiting lecturer addresses an issue for the wider Christian public. Over the years, we’ve enjoyed lectures from internationally renowned scholars.
Together, we celebrate the year that’s been. The Student Representative Council organises this enjoyable evening, including activities for kids. Each year, students and faculty alike look forward to this event.