Course Director – Peter Ryan
Peter Ryan is our Course Director (employed part-time by Cornhill Sydney). Peter works with the directors of Cornhill Sydney to promote, develop and manage the ministry. He co-ordinates the teaching program, and is its mainstay.
Previously Peter lectured at the Namibia Evangelical Theological College (NETS). Currently he is working on his PhD at Moore Theological College.
Well-known Sydney pastors and preachers volunteer to teach at Cornhill Sydney. They provide practical input in their ‘text-to-sermon’ seminars, among other things.
Simon was the senior minister at St Thomas’ Anglican Church, North Sydney (1989-2019). In his retirement, he is acting part-time as the senior minister at All Saints’ Church Woollarah and is a Senior Fellow at Moore Theological College.
He is a frequent convention speaker in Australia and overseas. He is a director of Cornhill Sydney Ltd and was a driving force in starting Cornhill Sydney.
David is a New Testament scholar, part-time lecturer at Moore Theological College and formerly the principal of Oak Hill Theological College, in London. He is the chairperson of Cornhill Sydney Ltd, and a regular teacher at Cornhill Sydney.
David served as Principal of Sydney Missionary and Bible College for 26 years. He is also a former Moderator General of the Presbyterian Church of Australia and Chairman of Katoomba Christian Convention. He has a long history of training preachers both here in Australia and overseas, and continues to speak at conventions throughout the world.
Luke is currently the minister at Campbell Street Presbyterian Church, Balmain. He has been working with the Presbyterian Church for 30 years (Byron Bay, Carlingford & Balmain)
He is an avid surfer, a rugby league supporter and president of Sports Chaplaincy Australia. He has been chairman of Katoomba Men’s Convention.
He is committed to systematic expository teaching; amongst other things he is involved in helping elders to be better preachers in Zimbabwe.
And many more!
Including Michael Clark, Tim Escott, David Ould, Morgan Powell, Nathan Walter, Graham Wintle, Steve Young, and others.