Welcome to Worldview
Worldview is a training centre located in picturesque Northern Tasmania, incorporating our own working farm. We exist to create a dynamic learning community for cross-cultural ministry, where we grow in Christ so that He may work through us to reach the unreached People’s of the world.
As followers of Jesus we want to live with him each day and follow his example of making disciples of all nations. In practice this means that Worldview is a community for people committed to working with God, who are prepared to learn what it means to be a disciple and to make disciples of others. In short: we are a Christ-centred discipleship community for cross-cultural ministry.
An experience like no other
We offer a cross-cultural ministry learning experience like no other. The content of our courses is prepared and delivered by practitioners who all have mission experience.
We are wholly and completely committed to equipping people for God’s mission in the world. Around 80% of our graduates go on to full time ministry with a range of mission agencies.
Our students come from around the world, and the residential context for our learning community delivers cross-cultural living right to your door. Literally.
Worldview turned 60!
2016 marked 60 years since Worldview began, and we celebrated! In April we held a reunion where graduates made their way down to Tassie for a chance to connect with each other and relive their experiences as students of what was then known as the Missionary Training College.
Our celebrations continued with a creative arts competition held in August, a 60th themed trivia night and a series of public lectures on current themes affecting how we engage in the world today.
… to the ends of the earth
Located in a beautiful part of the world, a trip to Worldview wouldn’t be complete without checking out some of the natural wonders Tasmania has to offer. Pristine beaches, bush walks of all categories, mountain climbs or drives through rain forests are enough to whet the appetite of the adventurous.