Since 1948 thousands of graduates from Alphacrucis College (previously known as Commonwealth Bible College and Southern Cross College) have had a significant impact upon their world. To be an Alphacrucis Alumnus is to be part of an association of leaders around the world who are transforming nations and neighbourhoods.
Alphacrucis has formed an
Alumni Committee and support team to facilitate Alumni activities, issues and
events. Also we have a team of regional representatives who can inform you of
special state and local events. Please contact them for what is happening in
your area (details below).
If you have been meeting with some of your past classmates we would love to hear about it! Feel free to get in contact with our team. We would love to share some of our Alumni's great stories on our website or Facebook page.
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All over the world our Alumni meet to stay connected as a family. Have a look at some of the amazing Alumni events we have hosted and our Alumni organise to keep our community together!
In the leafy northern suburbs of Brisbane every Monday a group of retired pastors, church leaders and missionaries meet to discuss the hot topics of the day over a cup of coffee. This group of legends was first brought together by one of our AC Alumni, Pastor Fred Evans.
Brisbane Campus Event
The first building ever owned
by Alphacrucis College (formerly CBC/SCC) and Australian Christian Churches (previously AOG) was in Brisbane many years ago. In March 2017 a new property was purchased in Woolloongabba
to house our Brisbane Campus. This is the first time Alphacrucis has held two
properties at one time and it was very significant for it to be back in Brisbane
where we first purchased the 79 Moray Street, New Farm property. To celebrate
this milestone of our history a number of our Alumni and friends gathered in
the shell of this new building.
Alphacrucis' Education Faculty has been training Christian teachers for some years. Some of our graduates gathered in the latter part of 2016 and celebrated their achievements in influencing their world for Jesus. Kasie (above photo) published a children's book, which has been taken up by many Christian schools in Australia. Other graduates shared about the doors that have opened to them in senior leadership roles in their respective schools.