VISION - WHAT WE SEE
We see Tabor as a Christian Tertiary Institute recognised globally for its excellent scholarship and passionate commitment to faith, knowledge and God’s mission in the world.
MISSION– WHAT WE DO
We sustain high quality, tertiary education through a supportive, multidisciplinary and accessible Christian learning community which nurtures academic excellence, professional competence and dedicated service
to local and global communities.
VALUES - OUR FAITH VALUES
Tabor is a multidenominational College which upholds Christian orthodoxy as expressed in the Nicene Creed. We value and respect the vitality of Pentecostal and Charismatic expressions of faith, the biblical focus of Evangelical Christians and the distilled learning of the wider Church. Our community life is shaped by the following theological emphases:
Christ-centred: Jesus Christ is the centre of our faith. His life and teaching, death, resurrection and ascension declare him to be Lord and Saviour and most fully reveal to us the nature and purpose of God.
Spirit empowered: We look to the empowering presence of God the Holy Spirit to renew, direct and shape our individual lives and the corporate life of the Tabor learning community.
Trinitarian community: The Christian experience of God as Father, Son and Holy Spirit enriches our community with the self-giving love of the Triune God.
Biblically based: We look to the Bible as the inspired word of God, true and reliable in all that it affirms and authoritative for matters of Christian faith, life and ministry.
Respect and care for the individual: We affirm that every individual is created in the image of God and therefore has a God-given worth and dignity which demand our respect and care.
Worship as foundational: We affirm corporate worship as a joy and a service we owe to ourselves and each other as we seek to uphold and nurture the shared faith that underpins our learning community.
The priority of God’s mission: The love of Christ compels us to be active in both evangelism and social concern; together, these express the power of the gospel to overcome evil with grace.
The reality of hope: The resurrection of Jesus, the gift of the Spirit, and the community of the Church collectively fill us with the hope of a renewed Creation and an unhindered relationship with God. We live in faith and love now because we are a people of hope.