Monday 9 am - 5 pm

Sunday 8.30 am - 1.00 pm (serving in some capacity in either church or community)


Monday 9 am - 5 pm

Tuesday 9 am - 5 pm

Wednesday 9 am - 1 pm

Friday 1 pm - 5 pm


Original Design - CMTTHE503A, CMTTHE501A, CMTTHE504A  

Part A: The Character of God. It is the kindness of God that draws people to Himself. This subject provides opportunity for students to explore any previous understanding of 'who God is', and creates a space for His true character to be known. 

Original Design Part B: The Kingdom. "Your Kingdom come, Your will be done" is the way Jesus taught us to pray. This subject introduces students to encounter the reality of the Kingdom in the context of everyday life.  Belief systems and mindsets conducive to love and acceptance will be explored as compared to our 'all too familiar' operating systems of judgement. 

Original Design Part C: A Royal Priesthood. Being that Jesus is a 'Priest forever, in the order of Melchizedek' (Psalm 110:4), the invitation before us is one of encounter, revelation, and wonder. This subject - A Royal Priesthood - is designed to not only lead us out of 'slavery' and into 'son-ship', but also to reveal all that is available to us, the sons and daughters of God.

Worship: - CHTMIN501A

Worship: Every part of creation has a frequency and a sound that worships God. This subject not only empowers each student to discover and explore their own unique sound, but also invites them to realise the vital role worship plays in their surrounding environment. 

Prophecy - CMTMIN502A

Prophecy:  Students are equipped with confidence to step into their call as effective conveyors of truth. The ability to hear God's voice will be established via opportunities to bless, declare and enhance the environment in the local community and in the life of the individual.

Discipleship -  BSBWOR501, BSBCMM401, BSBINN301, BSBADM502, CMTTHE502A

Discipleship Part A: Self.  With a heart motivation of honour and a desire to see Believers step out from the restraints of self-management mindsets, this teaching employs a new approach to validate individuals in personal development and positions of leadership. Training in communication—with staff and in the community—will assist those who are hungry and have a desire to be true connectors.

Discipleship Part B: Community. This subject delves into the unique gifts and design of each individual student. Through validation, a fresh look at leadership in an environment of freedom will be celebrated as the core value of love is explored in the context of management and innovation.

Discipleship Part C: Nations. “Who has heard of such a thing? Who has seen such things? Can a land be born in one day? Or can a nation be brought forth in a moment? As soon as Zion was in labor, she also brought forth her sons" (Isaiah 66:8). This course releases the student from any expectation associated with evangelism, and in its place offers an understanding of rest.  The role of the Ekklesia as governors of the marketplace is explored, and the Hope of Nations is made known through prophetic activation.