The Armitage lecture series was established in 2005 to remember the first Old Boy of the School who entered the ordained Anglican Ministry. Rev Isaac Armitage left funds in trust to provide a small bursary for Old Boys of the School who entered Moore College. The Lecture series aims to encourage thinking on matters to do with Anglican Schooling.
The 12th Isaac Armitage Lecture was delivered by Rev. Dr David John Sandifer, on 26 August 2016. The Lecture: “Cultivating innocence: Character formation in the age of porn” and the response by Mrs Jann Robinson, Principal, St Luke’s Grammar School are available by following the links below.
Previous lectures were presented by The Rev Dr Andrew Cameron (2005), Dr Grant Maple (2006), Dr Simon Longstaff (2007), Dr Trevor Cooling (2008), Archbishop Peter Jensen (2009), Rev Dr Bruce Winter (2010), Dr Briony Scott (2011), Darrell L Bock (2012), Dr Julie Townsend (2013), Dr Timothy Wright 2014 and Professor David Smith (2015).
- Dr Timothy Wright - Armitage Lecture 2014
- Professor Trevor Cairney - Response 2014
- Dr Julie Townsend - Armitage Lecture 2013
- Dr Bryan Cowling - Response 2013
- Darrell L. Block - Armitage Lecture 2012
- Milton Cujes - Response 2012
- Dr Briony Scott - Armitage Lecture 2011
- The Rev Dr Michael Jensen - Response 2011
- The Rev Dr Bruce Winter - Armitage Lecture 2010
- Mrs Judith Poole – Response 2010
- Archbishop Peter Jensen - Armitage Lecture 2009
- Dr Timothy Wright - Response 2009
- Dr Trevor Cooling - Armitage Lecture 2008
- The Rev Dr Bill Salier - Response 2008
- Dr Simon Longstaff - Armitage Lecture 2007
- Dr Grant Maple - Armitage Lecture 2006
- The Rev Dr Andrew Cameron - Inaugural Lecture 2005
Enquiries: Rev Paul Dudley (firstname.lastname@example.org)