The Incubator is our key two-year program to serve, train, and develop church planters and ministers in Australia.
City to City Australia has partnered with Bible College SA, Christ College, and Ridley College, affiliated colleges of the Australian College of Theology (ACT). These affiliated colleges of the ACT employ appropriately qualified City to City Australia staff to deliver the Incubator program as accredited units for graduate awards.
The Incubator program can also be taken for audit in these locations, as well as Perth, and the Gold Coast (commencing semester two 2018).
Each learning module addresses the specific needs of planters, including skills in thinking theologically about ministry, and growth in the various areas of ministry. Church planters go through the program during the critical phase of launching their congregations. They get practical help on writing their action plan, the philosophy of ministry, crucial ministry development, and preaching, among other topics. Ideally, this training is accompanied by coaching to encourage the planters to perform to the maximum extent of their giftedness.
For ministers and pastors who are well established, this program is a great opportunity to focus on renewal in your current ministries.
The Incubator will be running in the following locations in 2018:
Adelaide: Bible College SA (Audit or credit)
Gold Coast: NewLife Uniting Church (Audit only) – commencing semester two
Sydney: Christ College (Audit or credit)
Melbourne: Ridley College (Audit or credit)
Perth: Subiaco Church of Christ (Audit only)
how to register
credit students (MA ACCREDITED program)
Enrolment with the Australian College of Theology (ACT) for our Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne programs is through our partners listed below, affiliated colleges of ACT. The tuition fees are set by ACT on an annual basis. More information about tuition fees is available at https://www.actheology.edu.au/tuition-fees. Please contact each college directly for further information and how to register for MA accreditation: