Welcome to Melbourne School of Theology
Melbourne School of Theology is a non-denominational Bible college with a strong focus on preparing and equipping Christian leaders for mission. Whether you’re going into ministry in a local church, interested in cross-cultural work or just wanting to expand your knowledge of Scripture and grow in your faith, MST has the course you’re looking for!
From Worship and Creative Arts to Philosophy; Church History to Theology; Ancient Greek to Ancient Hebrew; Pastoral Skills to Spiritual Formation, there are a range of very different subjects and courses available.
Have a wander around the site for more information or pop in for a visit! Make an appointment to chat with our friendly Enrolment Coordinator about your study options.
Feeling the need for space to reconnect with God and to enjoy His presence? Been too long since you’ve enjoyed a protracted time of silence and prayer? Is that concept unfamiliar to you—but you’re interested in experiencing it and want to learn how?
Join us for a day of solitude, silence, and prayer on Friday, 4 May, 9:30am-3:30pm. You’ll be given plenty of time to sit quietly with God in the beautiful, peaceful context of Chestnut Hill Conference Lodge in Kallista. We’ll enjoy corporate worship as well, along with good fellowship around the lunch table and during morning tea.
MST will be OPEN on Tuesday May 8th, and we would love to meet you! Whether you’re planning to start studies in second semester, or still considering your options, you are welcome to come and check out our campus, chat with our lecturers, enjoy some delicious food, and meet other students. Check out the schedule for the day on the event page!
Often the Scriptures encourage us to remember: remember what God has done in the past which on occasions also has future consequences. Celebrating milestones and giving thanks are also important aspects of remembering. This year we have the opportunity of celebrating 10 years of God’s goodness to the Arthur Jeffery Centre for the Study of Islam formerly the Centre for the Study of Islam and Other Faiths (CSIOF). Usually celebrations include joining together over food. So, the Arthur Jeffery Centre is inviting you to celebrate this special occasion by joining with us for a celebration meal here at MST on Friday 11th May, 2018. While the main thrust of the celebration will be thanksgiving and praise there will be opportunity to join in the thanksgiving with a gift to help fund future developments.
In this one-day conference, our expert panel of speakers will take up the challenge to explore the foundations and practice of Christian ethics and its implications for the Church, ministry, mission, the academy, and our personal contexts.