Moore College is the theological college of the Anglican Diocese of Sydney, with University College status. It was founded in 1856, thanks to a bequest from Thomas Moore (1762-1840), a wealthy pastoralist and benefactor of the Church of England in Australia. Based in Newtown NSW, the College offers courses in theology, ministry and mission from certificate to PhD level. The Donald Robinson Library holds around 300,000 volumes as well as extensive archives, in physical and online format. Our digital collections include content created by the College, as well as collected material from individuals and organisations within Australian evangelical Christianity.