Welcome from the Director of the Institute, Dr. Maurice Elliott

Welcome from the Director of the Institute, Dr. Maurice Elliott

Dr. Maurice ElliottWelcome to the website of the Church of Ireland Theological Institute. As you browse these pages, my hope is that you will be both informed and enthused by the vision and the passion which undergird the shared life of our staff and students. 

We are a small but growing community who pray and study together both residentially and at a distance. Our purpose is to serve the whole Church and in so doing, to further the Great Commission. We are committed to striving after excellence, and in everything to emulate and honour Jesus Christ.

Vision Statement

We are called to be a community of faith that integrates living worship with academic excellence for the benefit of all traditions within Irish Anglicanism, the resourcing of ministry, the development of existing and new patterns of church, and the building of bridges between diverse partner agencies. For the sake of His mission in the world, God is calling us to be a model of grace, welcome and integrity.

Latest News

Lent As Seen Through The Movies

Lent As Seen Through The Movies
Saturday 24th January 2015

The Church of Ireland Theological Institute is pleased to announce that throughout Lent 2015, the story of Lent will be explored through 6 movies.

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“Faith in Sport”, an evening of conversation about life, sport and faith.

“Faith in Sport”, an evening of conversation about life, sport and faith.
Friday 23rd January 2015

“As part of the Church of Ireland Theological Institute’s and The Methodist Church’s Edgehill Theological College’s “Faith in Everyday Living” series 2015, Thursday the 12th of February will see Mr Alan Lewis speak about his life and experiences following many years at the top level of international sport.

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CITI students raise £1,500 for children’s hospice

CITI students raise £1,500 for children’s hospice
Thursday 22nd January 2015

CITI’s senior student Nigel Pierpoint handing over a cheque for £1,500 to Amanda Kenny of the Laura Lynn Children’s Hospice on behalf of the students at the Church of Ireland Theological Institute.

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Recent Sermons

11–Feb–2015

11–Feb–2015
Rev’d Cameron Jones
Wednesday 11th February 2015

Rev’d Cameron Jones

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02–Feb–2015

02–Feb–2015
Canon Patrick Comerford
Monday 2nd February 2015

Canon Patrick Comerford

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