The Riverina Anglican College is founded on Christian beliefs, values and ethics. All students attend a weekly Christian Studies lesson and a Chapel Service led by the College Chaplain (usually held on Wednesday, Period 3). Students at the College also have the opportunity to select a Studies of Religion course as part of their Preliminary and HSC studies.
Junior Christian Studies students focus on the following topics:
Year 7 – The Bible is a Library: an introduction to the key themes of Christian Studies and an overview of the Bible.
Year 8 – The Book of Mark: an investigation of Jesus Christ through Mark’s Gospel.
Year 9 – The Book of Matthew: a study of Matthew’s Gospel exploring the themes of Jesus the King, the Kingdom of God and Life in the Kingdom of God.
Year 10 – A Sneaking Suspicion: an inquiry into the Christian faith from a topical perspective.
Senior Christian Studies students focus on the following topics:
Year 11 – World Religions: a study of the five main world religions including Islam and Judaism.
Year 12 – The Good, the Bad and the Ethical: a study of Christian ethics with the aim of helping students to become more reflective, moral agents.
The College also offers a weekly lunchtime Christian Fellowship Group and a Senior Bible Study Group for students.