The MTSF is a fund that provides scholarships for terms of one or two years to men or women who are desirous of undertaking ministry training under the guidance of the Rector and Ministry Team at St James Turramurra, which will include approved study at a tertiary institution (eg. Moore Theological College, Youthworks College). MTSF scholarships are open to all Australian citizens or permanent residents, and applications will be assessed on merit. To apply for an MTSF Scholarship, please submit an application in writing to:
The Trustees of the MTSF
c/- St James Anglican Church
15 King Street
Turramurra NSW 2074
Members of the public who wish to support the MTSF are invited to contribute to the fund. Donations to the MTSF are tax deductible.
Payable to “St James Turramurra Ministry Training Scholarship Fund” and posted to the above address.
St James Turramurra Ministry Training Scholarship Fund
1st Year Moore College
|“I am currently studying the first year of the Moore College Bachelor of Theology, enabling me to give concerted effort to youth ministry here at St James while also developing my theological knowledge. I am grateful for the support of the MTSF, and thankful to God to be part of a body of believers who value the empowering and equipping of young leaders such as myself. May St James continue to be an environment where potential is identified and nurtured for the sake of God’s glory.”|
2nd Year Moore College
|“In 2017 I am studying full time at Moore College, and also leading the Children’s ministry at BHAC. I am also serving in the Elevate Youth Group and in other ministries at St James. I am very thankful to God for the generous support from St James through the MTSF, which has provided supported me in my accommodation and living costs. Please pray that I would grow in my love and knowledge of God this year.”|
Doctoral Studies at
University of Edinburgh
|“After four years of ministry at Warrawee Anglican, MTSF is enabling me to write a PhD in systematic theology at New College, the University of Edinburgh. I will be researching the way the theologian Herman Bavinck (1854-1921) related the way we acquire knowledge of God to the way we acquire knowledge in general, an area of inquiry which broadly concerns the relationship between revelation and reason. I am deeply grateful for the support of the MTSF, without which this further study would not be possible. It is a privilege and blessing to be supported by St James community and I pray that the MTSF will long continue to equip God’s people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up (Ephesians 4:12).”|