Public Lecture

On Sunday 14 September 2014, the Feast day of the Elevation of the Precious and Life-Giving Cross, two of our faculty members, the Revd Fr Constantine Varipatis (Lecturer in Pastoral Theology and Practice) and Dr Philip Kariatlis (Senior Lecturer in Systematic Theology), spoke at the Inaugural Seminar on the Life Changing Experience of the Cross organised by the Greek O

New YouTube Videos

Three new snippet videos from Dr Bernard Doherty’s guest lecture on gnosticism and early Christian heresiology have been added to the St Andrew’s YouTube channel. They can be viewed via this link.

Professor David Bradshaw to Visit in 2015!

BREAKING NEWS: St Andrew’s is excited to announce that its Dean, His Eminence Archbishop Stylianos, has given the blessing to begin preparations for the second visit of Professor David Bradshaw (Director of Graduate Studies at the University of Kentucky, Lexington KY, USA) to the College in Semester 2, 2015.

2014 Symposium - Registrations Still Open

Registrations are still open for the 2014 St Andrew's Patristic Symposium.

The Symposium will explore the lives and works of the major representatives of the Cappadocian and Alexandrian spiritual traditions. Papers on other Fathers of the Church will also be delivered.

Please download, complete and return the form to register.


St Andrew's wishes to congratulate the Revd Alan Galt for his promotion by the Sydney College of Divinity to the Academic Classification of Senior Lecturer.

Revd Galt is also a Member of the Order of Australia and Level 3 Supervisor of Clinical Pastoral Education.

Patristic Symposium Program

The program for St Andrew's Sixth Patristic Symposium, to be held within the premises of the College on the 26th and 27th of September, is now available here.

The Symposium's abstracts, registration form and flyer are also available via its main page.

Adult Faith Education Open Learning

On Saturday 4 October 2014, St Andrew's will present a series of catechetical lectures on the topic 'The Divine Liturgy: the Heart of Orthodoxy,' at the Greek Orthodox Parish & Community of the Dormition of the Theotokos, Mt Gravatt QLD, as part of its Adult Faith Education Open Learning (offered to the public for the second year in a row).

Guest Lecture

On Thursday 21 August 2014, Dr Bernard (Patrikios) Doherty, adjunct lecturer at St Mark's National Theological Centre (Charles Sturt University; Canberra) and a graduate of our College, offered a guest lecture on gnosticism and early Christian heresiology for T7281A Early Church Fathers.

Guest Lecture

On Wednesday 6 August 2014, upon the invitation of Protopresbyter Dr Doru Costache, Mr Andrew Mellas (doctoral candidate with the University of Sydney) offered a lecture on Saint Romanos and Saint Cassia for T7383 Later Byzantine Patristic Theology. Both the host and the students were impressed by the erudition and the enthusiasm of the presenter.