Action and Contemplation: The Art of Chritian Engagement (UD codes DS3205W // DS9205W // DP3205W // DP9205W) will explore biblical, theological and practical foundations for a Christian contemplative spirituality, and the implications for personal life, relationships, ministry and social involvement.

Lecturer: Tim McCowan

2017 dates:

This intensive unit will be held over 3 x 2-days blocks, as follows:

  • Fri 11 and Sat 12 August, AND
  • Fri 8 and Sat 9 September, AND
  • Fri 13 and Sat 14 October

from 9.30am to 4.30pm at Whitley College, 271 Royal Parade, Parkville


Process for Enrolment:

Decide whether to enrol in the unit for academic credit, or to audit the unit.

Enrolment for academic credit:

This unit may count towards an undergraduate or post-graduate degree in Theology through Whitley College.

Costs are as per University of Divinity schedule (15 point unit).

Students who enrol through University of Divinity may be eligible for FEE-Help to cover course fees (NB: cost of residential gathering is not covered by FEE-Help).

If you already a student with the University of Divinity, contact the registrar at your own RTI (Recognised Teaching Institution) to arrange enrolment.

Contact for New Students:
Gary Heard
Coursework Coordinator
Whitley College
Ph: (03) 9340 8000
Dorothy Morgan
Whitley College
Ph: (03) 9340 8000

There is also the option of auditing this unit at a reduced cost.

Students who audit the course are encouraged to complete the written tasks to gain full benefit of the course, but they do not receive academic credit.


Monique Lisbon
Administrator/Office Manager
WellSpring Centre
Ph: (03) 9885 0277

Monique will send you an invoice for the auditing fees, payable directly to WellSpring prior to the start of the unit.

Alternative payment arrangements may be individually negotiated upon request.