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Mar 20

To May 21
Dr Gunnar Pedersen: A Personal Journey in Adventist Theology
To May 21

Explore Adventist theology through the lens of Dr Gunnar Pedersen’s wealth of expertise and ongoing academic endeavours. On 20 March in Salisbury Hall, Dr Pedersen, Principal Lecturer Emeritus in systematic and biblical theology, will share his insights and personal journey in Adventist theology. We are delighted to welcome Dr Pedersen as he continues to invigorate our community with his understanding.

Salisbury Hall | Livestream
News

Feb 13, 2024

Newbold Student Association’s Impact Recognised: awarded for exceptional ASNA support

On an inspiring evening in December, the Newbold Student Association (NSA) was honoured with the Outstanding Group Fundraiser Award for their unwavering support of the Adventist Special Needs Association (ASNA). This recognition underscores their commitment to inclusivity and community spirit, as they organised successful auctions and collaborated with the Missionary Impact Agency (MIA) to champion ASNA’s cause.

News

Jan 25, 2024

A Fond Farewell: Dejan Stojkovic Joins the South Pacific Division

In a significant transition to lead as the Youth Director for the Greater Sydney Conference within the South Pacific Division, Dejan Stojkovic, former Youth Director of the Trans-European Division (TED), started a new chapter in Sydney, Australia on January 5, 2024. Expressing our sincere gratitude, we thank Dejan for his unwavering support and active engagement in the revitalised One Year in Mission and Service programme, as well as his impactful contributions to student life and worship experiences on campus.

Blog

Oct 19, 2023

Black History Week: A Reflection by Clarence Jackson

Clarence Jackson is a qualified youth worker, inspirational speaker, poet and mentor who enjoys living life on purpose and encouraging others to do the same. He was a speaker for this year’s Week of Spiritual Emphasis.

He is also the director of ‘The Purposition Project’, which aims to raise participants’ career and life aspirations and awaken purpose through mentoring and inspirational workshops.



Clarence shares a personal reflection as part of the College’s Black History Week.