Congratulations Professor Gerard Moore

Uniting Mission & Education (UME) congratulates our United Theological College Academic Dean, Gerard Moore, who has been promoted by Charles Sturt University to the rank of Full Professor.

Following a comprehensive process, the university has conferred the professorship upon Gerard in light of his national and international standing in research and scholarship, and his contribution nationally to educational and theological leadership.

Gerard Moore is Academic Dean and lectures in worship and practical theology at United Theological College, and is Associate Head of School with the CSU School of Theology.

Holding a doctorate in theology from the Catholic University of America, Washington DC, Gerard has published extensively, been a consultant to the International Commission on English in the Liturgy (ICEL), and contributed to a number of national liturgical bodies, both ecumenical and within the Roman Catholic tradition, including the Australian Consultation on Liturgy (ACOL).

Gerard has also been a member of the management team for two federally funded projects, Uncovering Theology (Charles Sherlock, 2009) and Transforming Theology (Les Ball, 2012).

His most recent publications include a book on the eucharistic practices of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) tradition, The Disciples at the Lord’s Table: Prayers over Bread and Cup across 150 years of Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) Worship, Pickwick Publications (Eugene: Wipf and Stock, 2015), and an article on worship and justice: “Let Justice Find a Voice: Reflections on the relationship between worship and justice”, Worship 90 (May 2016) 206-224.

Gerard proudly leads the faculty team at United Theological College (UTC) based at The Centre for Ministry, North Parramatta.

“Gerard’s contribution to UTC during his tenure has been of the highest caliber,” said Acting Executive Director, Rev Tara Curlewis.

“Gerard is passionate about his work, mission of the church, direction of the college, supporting his students and working closely with Charles Sturt University to develop the United Theological College and tertiary education programs”

“One behalf of all the teams at UTC and UME, I am proud to congratulate him on this achievement and this milestone gives me the opportunity to thank him for his ongoing commitment to the school and our students.”

Join us in sending Professor Gerard Moore a message of congratulations via: umeinfo@nswact.uca.org.au

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