Tuesday, 4 February 2025, 9:00am-2:45pm (GMT +11 Australian Eastern Daylight Time).
Moore Theological College, 1 King St, Newtown, Sydney, NSW, Australia, and via livestream.
The Priscilla & Aquila Centre’s research conference is for women. Its purpose is to grow an academic learning community of Reformed evangelical complementarian women.
For our 2025 conference, the theme will be women in the 19th century and today. Our main speaker will be Nicole Starling.
This conference would benefit women in vocational ministry. It also seeks to encourage Christian women interested in writings projects and theological study, whether at an undergraduate or postgraduate level.
It is being held on the day following the annual Priscilla & Aquila Centre’s conference to maximise travel time for those coming from greater distances.
The plan at this stage is to have both in-person and livestream attendees.
About our keynote speaker
Nicole Starling lectures in Christianity in History at Morling College, where she also serves as Academic Dean. Nicole completed her doctorate and post-doctoral fellowship through Macquarie University, focusing on nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Australian religious history. Her first book, Evangelical Belief and Enlightenment Morality in the Australian Temperance Movement: 1832-1930, is to be published as part of the Routledge “Studies in Evangelicalism” series and is due out in early 2024. She is married to David, they have four children and are members of Petersham Baptist Church.