National Head of College
MMin (Melbourne College of Divinity), BTheol (Melbourne College of Divinity), Grad CertHE (Australian Catholic University), MOrgLead (Monash University)
Areas of Expertise
Supervised Theological Education
Gregory Morgan has been a Salvation Army officer for more than two decades. Currently he serves as the National Training Principal and Head of National College, a leadership role designed to facilitate the coming together of Booth College and Catherine Booth College to form a new National education and training service for The Salvation Army in Australia.
Gregory's Ministry has included 16 years as a Corps Officer in a range of appointments from small rural communities to large multicultural city Corps. Corps work has often included a focus upon integrated community focused ministries that seek to bring together Corps and Social expressions of mission. He has also held teaching and academic leadership roles for over 12 years (full time and part time), predominantly within Catherine Booth College (Australia Southern Territory).
Gregory is committed to a concept of mission and ministry that calls us to be informed activists, living out our theology as part of the work of the Kingdom of God.
Edge, Lynette and Morgan, Gregory. Partnering with God: Being a Missional Salvationist, Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock, 2017.
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